For years, George MacKay has been one of the most fascinating and versatile actors working out of the U.K. Having made his acting debut in 2003, in P. J. Hogan's magnificent adaptation of "Peter Pan," MacKay quickly went on to give diverse, but invariably gripping performances in films such as "Defiance," "The Thief Lord," "The Boys are Back," and "Private Peaceful," all before he turned 20. More recently, MacKay electrified the screen with two top-tier performances in 2019 and 2020, first as Lance Corporal Schofield in Sam Mendes' groundbreaking "1917," and then as Ned Kelly in Justin Kurzel's Australian Western "True History of the Kelly Gang." MacKay's latest project, Nathalie Biancheri's "Wolf," sees the actor play Jacob, a boy who believes himself to be the titular animal, contending with his own visions and beliefs at the same time that he receives psychiatric treatment for his condition. "Wolf" is a stunning, deeply unique film with a central performance from MacKay that allows him to dive deep into his craft, as he howls and prowls around while being torn back and forth between his fantasy wilderness and the cold reality of the clinic that is treating him. MacKay sat down with us to talk about “Wolf” and the ways in which he inhabited Jacob. "Over the last few years, so much socially and personally is being redefined by us questioning how we've been in the past as a species, to each other, and how we speak about that," said MacKay. "We look to animals because I think, at the end of the day, so much of what we're kind of discussing at the minute are articulations of very primal wants and needs to survive, very human versions of those primal desires or requirements." MacKay also discussed the artistic intent of the film, including its bold style and unconventional sensibilities, and why it was important that they be played straight. Finally, upon reflecting how "Wolf" aided his growth as a performer, MacKay added, "I realized [before] how much I'm in my head, how I've almost revered thoughts. I stand by that in certain times. I think everything needs a lot of thought and discussion, but sometimes the noise in your brain can get in the way. The calm of being in your body, being a little less in your thoughts, is something I'll definitely take away from [making 'Wolf']." During our conversation with George MacKay, we dive deep into all things "Wolf," including the moment MacKay found the physical cadence of Jacob, his experience working with movement coach Terry Notary, and more! "Wolf" hits theaters on December 3, 2021. Interview conducted by Kaleena Steakle (@ShutUpKaleena) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theplaylist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theplaylist/support
What is Smart Water Metering and what does it mean for sustainability across Australia? Is this the future of water conservation? Enter into the movement of smart cities and have a look into a brighter future - one step at a time - with Steven Tye. Meet Steven Tye Steven's Role as a Smart Water Utilities Leader at Tyeware Steven Tye has been the Owner, Director, and Solutions Consultant at Tyeware for the past 14 years and counting. He has been involved in smart metering projects since 2011 and has experience working with over 50 water utilities on smart metering pilots and rollouts. Tyeware is an internationally recognized digital water metering & IoT solutions provider leading Australia's IoT revolution in smarter water solutions for agriculture. Data Science in Smart Water Metering Solution They developed the MiWater and MyH2O systems for Mackay Regional Council and now partner with Taggles Systems for the Australian and international commercialisation of this software suite. MiWater processes, interprets and integrates data received from Automated Meter Infrastructure (AMI) to give utilities control and oversight over their water infrastructure, from the largest networks down to individual services. MiWater has assisted in identifying leaks totaling six billion litres of water, in turn, saving residents of the Mackay region hundreds of dollars every year. In addition, MiWater assisted in regulating water consumption among the town's population, allowing the Mackay Regional Council to reach its goal of reducing annual water consumption by 10%. Customer Experience and Telemex More recently, Tyeware has developed "Telemex", an industry-first integrated CRM, demand management and customer portal for water irrigation schemes. It includes the full management of water allocations, titles, transfers and changeovers, as well as meter management, scheme management and automated notifications. At the heart of Telemex is a customer portal used by water customers to lodge, manage and visualise the impact of water orders. Telemex builds on Tyeware's expertise and innovation across the Australian water industry to cultivate water sustainability through customer-centric solutions. Data Analytics and Smart Water In this exclusive analytics podcast episode, Steven shares: His entrepreneurial journey and experience in growing a software business What a smart water metering solution is and why it plays a vital role in solving climate change Real-life examples of how utilities, local governments, and agriculture businesses use the solution in their own businesses The type of data collected for these solutions How analytics is used to identify water leakages and plans for infrastructure development How he started his journey in developing smart water metering solutions The challenges and advice in applying data analytics with a digital water metering solution If you are in a C-suite position, working for a utility company or local council, and find yourself intrigued about how data science can assist you with infrastructure planning and engaging with your customers, this is the episode you do not want to miss out on. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/analyticsshow/message
Visit our Patreon page to see the various tiers you can sign up for today to get in on the ground floor of AIPT Patreon. We hope to see you chatting with us in our Discord soon!NEWSMarvel teases next X-Men era Destiny of X for Spring 2022X-Men Monday reveals “Immortal X-Men”Luke Cage: City of Fire canceledSilk Hills OGN announced for summer 2022Image announces ‘Razorblades: Small Cuts Special' #1 for April 2022GROO THE WANDERER animated adaptation in the works‘Nocterra' Series Based on Image Comics Title in the Works at NetflixWicked Comic Con 2022 coming to Boston April 9, 2022Standout KAPOW moment of the week:Nathan - Star Wars: Life Day (A whole bunch of people)Dave - Death of Doctor Strange #3 (MacKay, Garbett)Our Top Books of the WeekDave:Amazing Spider-Man #79 (Cody Ziglar, Michael Dowling)Night of the Ghoul #2 (Scott Snyder, Francesco Francavilla)Nathan:Night of the Ghoul #2 (Scott Snyder, Francesco Francavilla)Hulk #1 (Donny Cates, Ryan Ottley)TOP BOOKS FOR NEXT WEEK Dave: The Me You Love In The Dark #5 (Young, Corona)Nathan: The Me You Love in the Dark #5 (Young, Corona)JUDGING BY THE COVER JR.Dave: Fear State Omega #1 (Jamal Campbell)Nathan: Amazing Spider-Man #80 (Art Adams)OFF-TOPIC TOP SHELF: The Beatles: Get Back and Hawkeye
Over the past 70 years, innovations in the veterinary field have facilitated massive changes in the profession. This week, Shawn & Ivan chat with Dr. Clayton MacKay of MacKay Veterinary Consulting about the evolution of innovation in veterinary medicine. Clayton recommends The Rose Code by Kate Quinn (amzn.to/3raw0G4) & The Spy and the Traitor by Ben Macintyre (amzn.to/3HSKhx2). Learn more about Clayton at claytonmackay.com.
Join The Community!In Season 5 we spoke to Nhi Mai a Swiss born and raised Viet Kieu who decided to live in Saigon to discover more about her roots and gave her another perspective of her motherland.She decided to create a YouTube channel about it, called Now Or Nhi to give insight into her life as a Viet Kieu / Expat in Saigon.I was lucky enough to be a guest on her show and this was the first YouTube interview I had done before. Nhi wanted to talk to me about how I ended up in Vietnam after living in different countries, the journey of his podcast and how Seven Million Bikes started hosting comedy shows.Thanks Nhi, come back soon, and enjoy hearing me be the interviewee!----------------------------------Watch Herehttps://www.youtube.com/c/NowOrNhiSeven Million Bikes is one of the top English-speaking podcasts in Vietnam. And I was so lucky to be the first YouTuber who got Niall Mackay, the founder of Seven Million Bikes, in front of the camera for an interview! We talked about how he ended up in Vietnam after living in different countries, the journey of his podcast and how Seven Million Bikes now also hosts comedy shows. If you are not really convinced by podcasts (or comedy shows) yet, give this one a try! Niall gave me an insight into the world of podcasts and comedy, one that I didn't know about before. And even more of a surprise: All this is happening in Saigon / Vietnam!NhiFollow & Support Seven Million Bikes:https://www.facebook.com/SevenMillion...https://www.instagram.com/seven_milli...youtube.com/channel/UCcLcj_HUDZ0sswA7...If you order before the end of November Masqd are giving A Vietnam Podcast listeners 20% off orders over 330k. Click the link in the notes to their Instagram or Facebook and message them directly with the code 7MB to get your discount!In 2020, 2,900 disposable masks were thrown away every minute! Protect the environment, yourself and others. Have you thought about starting your own podcast, but don't know where to begin or have the time. Seven Million Bikes can help you with this. Read our Free Blog Post here - 10 Tips To Start Your podcastBook A Free Consultation.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/SevenMillionBikes)
Positive and negative takeaways from the Pack's OT loss to Air Force (7:43). Pack hoops apparently figured some things out after Bramah's departure (15:39). Nevada football ends the regular season Saturday night at Colorado State — three things to know, keys to a win, biggest concerns, and predictions (27:40). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend (39:43), look for a four-game hoops winning streak (53:15, and discuss what Bramah's departure means (59:37) To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
NEWSDC Comics supports childhood COVID-19 vaccines awareness with superheroesDC Comics solicitations for February 2022 are inBatman's moves from Gotham to New York City in ‘I Am Batman' #6New series Aquamen comingMarvel Solicitations February 2022 are in!Marvel celebrates Carnage's 30th anniversary with 'Carnage Forever' #1Marvel reveals new Sorcerer Supreme coming March 2022Image gives details on ‘Radiant Black' universe expanding February 2022Webtoon expanding into print graphic novels with Webtoon Unscrolled50,000 expected to attend Comic-Con Special Edition next weekStar Wars returns to Dark Horse Comics with all-ages comics in 2022Standout KAPOW moment of the week:Nathan - Amazing Spider-Man #78.BEY (Jed MacKay, Eleonora Carlini)Dave - Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow #5 (King, Evely, Lopes)Our Top Books of the WeekDave:Amazing Spider-Man #78.BEY (Jed MacKay, Eleonora Carlini)Moon Knight #5 (MacKay, Alessandro Cappuccio)Nathan:Amazing Spider-Man #78.BEY (Jed MacKay, Eleonora Carlini)Darkhold: Wasp #1 (Jordie Bellaire, Claire Roe)TOP BOOKS FOR NEXT WEEK Dave: Grrl Scouts: Stone Ghost #1 (Jim Mahfood)Nathan: Hulk #1 (Donny Cates, Ryan Ottley)JUDGING BY THE COVER JR.Dave: X-Men Legends #9 (Andrews Cover)Nathan: DC vs. Vampires #2 (Warren Louw cover)Segment: What we're thankful for
Positive and negative takeaways from the Pack's crushing 23-21 loss to SDSU (8:00). Pack hoops is all out of sorts (22:52). Nevada football hosts Air Force Friday night — three things to know, keys to a win, biggest concerns, and predictions (32:00). Pack hoops is at San Francisco Thursday (50:38). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend (55:19), consider whether preseason expectations were unfair for football (1:16:16) or basketball (1:23:24), consider if the OL struggles will hurt Jay interviewing for P5 jobs (1:35:25). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Welcome to another episode of the Deskbound Therapy podcast. I am joined by Performance and Lifestyle Coach and CEO of M Perform, Marcus Mckay. We are going to talk about mobility, health and wellness, and how to get that dream body through mindset, training, nutrition, and recovery, all while living your greatest life. Listen in and learn the secret to getting the best of both worlds.Marcus Mackay has a ten-year track record as an award-winning coach, master trainer, and fitness leader in health and wellness coaching. While leading Equinox Toronto for back-to-back Personal Training Club of the Year awards (2017/2018), he was responsible for managing 40 trainers and 500+ client programs monthly.Where you can find Marcus:Website: https://www.marcusmackay.co/LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/marcus-mackay-53a6b0101IG: https://www.instagram.com/marcusmackay/FB: https://www.facebook.com/marcusmackayfit/Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarcusMackay_Show notes:[1:15] More about Marcus and what he does[3:35] The biggest challenge he had to face while getting out of his survival mode[6:44] The importance of being around like-minded people[10:59] The right mindset and commitment in fitness[14:33] Failing forward and taking action[17:29] Marcus' philosophy about nutrition and time management[21:25] Another quick testimonial from one of my clients[23:40] If you need coffee to start your day — you have a problem[30:43] Have a plan for working out[32:18] Structural alignment in working out[36:33] Cold mobility[41:07] Where to find Marcus and learn more about his program [42:15] OutroFor online coaching inquiries and questions about my online programs, connect with me below.IG: https://www.instagram.com/DeskboundTherapyEmail: David@deskboundtherapy.comApply for Mobility Coaching: https://bit.ly/DBTCoaching2021
The final week of the regular WBBL|07 season is set to be a special one with the inaugural Big Bash First Nations round taking place across Adelaide and Mackay. To celebrate the occasion, proud Indigenous women and Sydney Thunder young guns Hannah Darlington (Kamilaroi) and Anika Leaoryd (Gumaynggirr) join hosts laura Jolly and Emily Collin to talk about the significance of a First Nations round and the impact it will have on young aspiring Indigneous cricketers around the country. Also on the show is resident expert Kristen Beams to chat through all the big talking points leading into the finals series - including the big questions swirling around the Sydney Sixers as they look set to miss the WBBL Finals for the third straight season.
Mackay gives the 20,000 foot overview of his roadmap for staying relapse-free, going from "better" to "bulletproof."
Positive and negative takeaways from the Pack's narrow 27-24 win over SJSU (11:12). Pack hoops opened the season Tuesday night with a 91-76 win vs Eastern Washington (20:04). Nevada football goes to San Diego State Saturday night in a must-win game — three things to know, keys to a win, biggest concerns, and predictions (26:04). Pack hoops hosts San Diego Friday night (42:29). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend (48:24), weigh whether Norvell bet the season last week (1:16:06), debate whether Saturday is Norvell's biggest game (1:19:46), and determine if Nathan was already wrong about Will Baker (1:27:00). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Annie Seaton's eco-romance is earning her a strong following, both in her Australian homeland and with readers in the United States, and it's not difficult to see why. Her books celebrate some of Australia's most remarkable locations, from the Daintree country to the Great Barrier Reef. That's the setting for her latest book, Osprey Reef. Hi there, I'm your host, Jenny Wheeler, and in Binge Reading today Annie talks about the passion for her homeland that drives her romantic adventure stories. Every story comes alive with scenes from the remarkable Australian landscape. We've got three eBook copies of Osprey Reef to give away to three lucky readers. Enter the draw on our website, or on our Binge Reading Facebook page. ENTER GIVEAWAY DRAW Before we get to Annie, just a reminder. For the equivalent of a cup of coffee a month you can support the podcast and get exclusive bonus content, access to Behind The Scenes stories, tips about who's coming up next so you can read the books ahead of time, and insights into the featured authors - and this week it's Annie - in the Getting-To-Know-You Quick Fire Questions. All a great deal of fun. Check it out on www.patreon.com/thejoysofbingereading. SUPPORT BINGE READING ON PATREON Six things you'll learn from this Joys of Binge Reading episode: The novel system Annie has for doing her researchHow her love of nature is expressed in her booksTransitioning from teaching to fulltime writerThe personal history in Osprey ReefThe next fabulous environment to feature in her booksA Great Summer Read for charity Where to find Annie Seaton: Website: https://www.annieseaton.net/ Twitter: @annieseaton26 Facebook: @AnnieSeatonAuthor Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/series/list/5779458.Annie_Seaton.html Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/annie-seaton What follows is a "near as" transcript of our conversation, not word for word but pretty close to it, with links to important mentions. Introducing eco-adventure romance with author Annie Seaton But now here's Annie. Jenny Wheeler: Hello there Annie and welcome to the show. It's so good to have you with us. Eco-romance author Annie Seaton and her best selling Australian adventures Annie Seaton: Hello, Jenny. It is so good to be here, how many years later? Two, three years it's been. Jenny Wheeler: That's right. This is your third appearance here. That is a record. Nobody else has been on three times. The first time was to talk about your work and the second time, two years ago, was very graciously to act as host for the show when we had a 100th episode birthday. Do you know, in December we're going to be having our 200th episode birthday. That's how long ago it's been. Annie Seaton: Fabulous. Jenny Wheeler: You have been busy writing away all of those two years. Your latest book is very much in your tradition of the eco-adventure romance genre. It is called Osprey Reef and it's related to one of the formations on the Great Barrier Reef. Tell us about the attraction for you of these romances set in memorable Australian settings. Annie Seaton: We spend a lot of time traveling around this beautiful country of ours and normally I will find a setting that resonates with me and think, ooh, I could set a book there. Then I find an issue that threatens that setting and I populate it with my characters and then I give them their conflicts. It usually works like that. Osprey Reef was very different. How the Osprey Reef romance came to be written The motivation for Osprey Reef was the boat which in Osprey Reef is called the Lady Stella II. It is based on a real boat called the Elizabeth E II, which is a boat exactly the same as Stella that operates out of Mackay. It belongs to one of our family members, a nephew, and my husband has done quite a few fishing trips on it. Every time we go up, I climb onto the Lizzy, and I wander around and I look at, oh,
Shandee Blackburn is a popular, outgoing young woman who lives with her mother Vicki in a Queensland town renowned for its sugar, Mackay. Shandee walks home at night from her coffee shop job sometimes and she's filmed by CCTV cameras - along with her killer who runs to launch a frenzied and savage knife attack. Shandee's murder stuns the community and triggers ongoing trauma and investigations into her relationships including with a former boyfriend. Subscribers to The Australian have exclusive first access to episodes of Shandee's Story via The Australian app. Subscribe to The Australian here. You can download on The Australian's app in Apple's store here. Also get it on Google Play here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Positive and negative takeaways from the Pack's 51-20 rout of UNLV (7:09). Nevada hosts San Jose State Saturday night — three things to know, keys to a win, biggest concerns, and predictions (20:14). The 2021-22 Nevada hoops season preview (33:10). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend (1:05:29), debate whether Will Baker will be a reliable three-point shooter (1:12:15), and is backcourt depth a concern behind Grant and Des (1:16:47)? To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Groundswell NZ is appalled with the Government's decision to mandate the appropriation of Councils 3 waters assets into the 4 new mega 3 Waters administrations for peppercorn compensation. They say this is just one more example of the tsunami of unworkable regulations being forced on New Zealanders, and is blatant theft of the assets of Council Ratepayers. But is the “Mother of all Protests” a tone-deaf exercise considering the plight of many urbanites? LISTEN ABOVE
Positive and negative takeaways from the Pack's crushing 34-32 loss at Fresno (7:38). Sage Advice No. 15 with attorney Matt Winters (23:31). Nevada hosts UNLV Friday night — three things to know, keys to a win, biggest concerns, and predictions (46:16). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (1:02:44), discuss why Jay Norvell went for two early vs Fresno (1:27:39), debate likelihood Matt Wells coaches Nevada in 2022 (1:42:08), and Nathan is not ready to fly to Brazil (1:55:15). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Actualidad del Deportivo. Trilli no termina de superar sus molestias físicas, mientras que Jaime Sánchez se retiró antes de finalizar la sesión. Escuchamos a Mackay, uno de los capitanes, hacer balance de las nueve primeras jornadas. Y entrevista a Alberto Quiles. Y la victoria del Liceo
Not only is Ellen MacKay the only registered technology transfer professional in her department, but she is also the only one in the whole of Northern Ontario! After completing her Master's in education at Lakehead University, Ellen's first job landed her in the technology transfer field of her alma mater, as an assistant. She quickly worked her way up, and for the past few years, she has been fostering a thriving, innovative community as the Director of Innovation Development. Ellen's Office of Innovation, Partnership, and Economic Development is the intellectual property resource for faculty, staff, and students at Lakehead. The many hats that Ellen wears also include the overseeing of Ingenuity, the university's first business incubator, which she played a vital role in establishing. As well as giving us an insider's perspective of technology transfer at Lakehead University, Ellen shares the pros and cons of technology transfer in Northern Ontario as a whole. Among other topics, we also discuss her involvement in AUTM, how she and her team are changing how success is measured in technology transfer, and the technology transfer related goals of the Government of Ontario. In This Episode: [00:53] An introduction to Ellen MacKay, today's guest. [02:11] Ellen explains how she entered the world of technology transfer, and how her role has evolved over the past 12 years. [03:58] Work that is done by Ellen's Office of Innovation, Partnership, and Economic Development. [05:28] The goal of Ingenuity, Lakehead University's first business incubator, and the role Ellen played in setting it up. [07:49] Ellen shares what makes Canada's technology transfer sector unique. [09:45] Goals that are outlined in a report recently published by the Government of Ontario. [11:20] Challenges that Lakehead University faces because of their location, and the factors which give them a competitive edge. [12:32] How Ellen's office is structured, and the benefits of its small size. [15:17] Ellen explains how they have shifted their metrics to focus more on impact. [17:15] Why caring about people is key to success in the technology transfer field. [18:24] An exciting corporate partnership that Lakehead University has recently entered into. [19:19] The benefits of corporate partnerships. [20:49] Some of the greatest success stories to come out of Lakehead University's technology transfer office. [23:14] Challenges that Ellen's office faces. [25:20] How Ingenuity supports women and indigenous populations. [27:03] Ellen's involvement in AUTM, and the positive impact the organization has had on her work. [29:55] Why Ellen sees a lot of value in credentialing. [31:28] The three wishes that Ellen has for the field of technology transfer. Find Ellen: Email
Steve "Stevic" MacKay of Twelve Foot Ninja is our guest this week to discuss the band's new album, Vengeance, sitting on it for over a year while the pandemic raged on, the new novel and graphic novel connected to the album, teaching himself how to code to build a Twelve Foot Ninja video game, working with Huey Lewis and Jinjer's Tatiana Shmayluk on music videos, and a session gig he took working on a season of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, among other topics. Petar, Brandon, and Jozalyn discuss Dani Filth blowing off Faust's murder confession in 1993, and Chino Moreno blaming weed for Stephen Carpenter's flat-earth and anti-vaccine viewpoints. Thank you to our sponsor, Metal Blade Records, for their continued support! Songs: Twelve Foot Ninja - “Start the Fire" and “Over and Out" (Featuring Tatiana Shmayluk of Jinjer), Wolftooth - “The Voyage”
This week on the podcast, I am joined by Bruce Mackay. Bruce is a meditation and yoga teacher, the founder of The Yoga Shop, as well as the co-founder of Yoga Alliance Professionals. In this episode, Bruce shares how he got into yoga, what inspired him to become a yoga teacher, and his career as a yoga teacher over the last 30 years. Bruce also shares what inspired the creation of Yoga Alliance Professionals and how they are helping to set higher standards in the yoga industry. We also discuss some of the most important ways that yoga teachers thrive in their careers, and much more. Enjoy! This episode is brought to you by OfferingTree. If you're interested in finding an all-in-one platform for online or in-person teaching, then you should check out OfferingTree. OfferingTree has been supporting M.B.Om for over a year now and I not only love the product but I also love the people. OfferingTree is providing special pricing for M.B.Om listeners, so be sure to visit offeringtree.com/mbom.
Tribal politics is so 2020, yet we've been dealing with politics and land use since the Xerox machine. Zoning is at the intersection of politics and land use, and as result, predictability is thrown out the window and uncertainty remains supreme. Listen as we discuss how politics and land use work together (and against each other) as we talk about the infamous Trump Tower zoning case from 2004, when The Donald was just The Apprentice!
Positive and negative takeaways from the Pack's 34-17 win over Hawaii (8:39). Nevada goes to Fresno State Saturday evening with all kinds of West Division title implications — three things to know, keys to a win, biggest concerns, and predictions (20:07). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (44:33), weigh the likelihood of Jay Norvell taking the now-vacant Washington State job (1:11:50), and give odds the UNLV game sells out next Friday (1:19:45). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Our guest this episode is Stevic Mackay of the insanity that is Twelve Foot Ninja. Stevic is a virtuoso player and composer who has been turning heads for quite a long time. Though I'm new to TFN they have a loyal following and notoriety built over the course 12+ years that has garnered critical praise and numerous awards, including Golden Gods "Best New Talent" in 2014. Twelve Foot Ninja's newest release, Vengeance, is a multimedia masterpiece with components in the graphic novel, book, and video game formats as well as the musical release. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did! If you're enjoying Couch Riffs podcast or the cover song videos we produce please consider supporting us at Patreon and help this channel grow, improve, and become the best version of itself it can be. Thank you for watching, listening, sharing, commenting, and most of all subscribing! https://patreon.com/couchriffs https://couchriffs.com
Positive and negative takeaway's from the Pack's 55-28 win over New Mexico State (10:08). Nevada hosts Hawaii Saturday night, looking to move to 5-1 — Three things to know, keys to a Nevada win, biggest concerns and predictions (19:36). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (36:59), debate whether Saturday could be a “super duper mega” trap game (1:01:08), and if UTSA and North Texas would make the Mountain West stronger (1:10:24). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Positive and negative takeaways from Nevada's 41-31 win at Boise (8:52). Nevada head coach Jay Norvell joins (21:32). The Pack concludes non-conference play Saturday vs New Mexico State — Three things to know, keys to a Nevada win, biggest concerns, and predictions (37:23). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (51:08), pump up Justin Lockhart (1:13:20), and determine whether it's fair to think about the Pack's next head coach (1:08:08). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
Nevada goes to Boise State Saturday for maybe the biggest game of the year — Three things to know, keys to a win, biggest concerns, and predictions (6:54). Attorney Matt Winters joins for Sage Advice No. 14 (29:18). For slants, the Shoup brothers give best of the weekend with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (57:28), debate whether the Mountain West should try to retain Air Force/Colorado State (1:25:39), and consider whether the Craig Thompson angst is warranted (1:29:43). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.