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It's Never Sunny in Seattle
Episode 67: The Gang Reunites With Jordan Shusterman...and The Mariners Trade For Kolten Wong

It's Never Sunny in Seattle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 54:21


Hello Seattle Mariners fans! This week the gang Mikey and Anders are joined by half of Cespedes BBQ and friend of the pod Jordan Shusterman to talk about the big trade. After what seems like years of rumors, Kolten Wong is finally a Mariner for the price of elder prospect Abe Toro and embattled outfielder Jesse Winker. The hot stove keeps cooking as news broke today Bryan Reynolds has requested a trade out of Pittsburg. Jerry has long coveted Reynolds; could the Mariners swing a trade with the Pirates? Does the team even have the pieces to make such a deal? What does all of this mean for the DH spot? Do all roads lead to Kodai Senga in Seattle? The gang has all these answers and more. DISCORD: https://discord.gg/BwTwFF9e PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/neversunnyinseattle TWITTER: https://twitter.com/_kuyamikey https://twitter.com/EvanJamesAudio https://twitter.com/AndersJorstad https://twitter.com/j_shusterman_ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCCuRrI_LzysoN7erDCcdiQ/featured

Rare Nautical Reads
#101 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 15

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 14:58


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.   If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month. If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Lookout Landing
Sorcerer Supreme In Seattle: Lookout Landing Podcast 211

Lookout Landing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 75:36


Hello Seattle Mariners fans! Trader Jerry strikes again! After adding Teoscar Hernandez several weeks ago, the Mariners have continued to forge the 2023 roster by acquiring long-rumored Mariner and much needed second baseman Kolten Wong in exchange for struggling prospect Abraham Toro and Jesse “change of scenery” Winker. The crew Kate Preusser and John Trupin are here (Evan is out sick) to fit all the pieces together and see how the Mariners currently stack up against their primary competition: The Houston Astros (who just signed Jose Abreu) and the Texas Rangers (who just signed Jacob deGrom). While this trade seemingly closes the door on signing one of the big ticket free agent infielders, it also closes a big hole in the Mariners infield and opens up the possibility to use prospects and free agent dollars to add at other positions. With some interesting options available on the trade market, do you think this was the right strategy for the team? Who would you like to see the team acquire (Brian Reynolds) or sign (Mitch “for Mayor” Haniger) in the wake of this trade? Do you think Aaron Judge gets a full 10 year deal? What do you make of Kolten Wong's strage defensive season in 2022? Crank up the heat and let the hot stove cook! TWITTER LINKS: https://twitter.com/LookoutLanding https://twitter.com/JohnTrupin https://twitter.com/KatePreusser https://twitter.com/EvanJamesAudio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Rare Nautical Reads
#99 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 13

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 29:45


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.   If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month.   If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Rare Nautical Reads
#100 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 14

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 25:18


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.   If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month. If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Rare Nautical Reads
#98 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 12

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 25:58


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.   If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month.   If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Rare Nautical Reads
#97 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 11

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 25:48


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.   If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month.   If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Rare Nautical Reads
#96 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 10

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 24:11


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.   If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month.   If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Rare Nautical Reads
#95 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 9

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 21:43


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in Capt.du Baty's veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.   If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month.   If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Rare Nautical Reads
#94 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 8

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 29:03


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.   If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month.   If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Lookout Landing
The 2022 Lookout Landing Awards Show

Lookout Landing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 91:55


Hello Seattle Mariners fans! The crew Kate Preusser and John Trupin are joined by staff writer Zach Mason to uncover the secrets of The Lookout Landing Awards. But first up, the crew analyzes the Kyle Lewis for Cooper Hummel trade, noting how hard the road in Seattle has been for Kyle. Zach espouses a deeply dangerous opinion on Taylor Swift. Do you think Taylor Swift live lives up to the hype? Are you rooting for Kyle Lewis: Arizona Diamondbacks DH? Tell us your favorite memory of the 2019 rookie of the year in the comments below. Zach smoothly segues into the 2022 Lookout Landing Awards, aka “The Lookies”, formerly “The Landies”. Prospect of the Year, goes to a rising pitcher star, but Kate reminds all that Harry Ford had a star making season in his own right. Everyone collectively glows over man and the vibe that is Eugenio Suarez, Mariners legend. Macklemore catches a little shade but Luis Castillo gets his flowers for a sterling introductory season in Seattle. Cal Raleigh rightfully takes the Hit of the Year award and honestly, we're it up to me, I'd have broken ground on the statue already. Where does Cal's broken hand, curse shattering, walk off home run rank for you in all of Mariner lore? Julio wins most of the rest of the awards because, well…you know. John remarks that Julio is rated for the 3rd highest WAR in baseball for 2023, his age 22 season. From making the team out of spring training to the home run derby all the way into fabled, October baseball in Seattle, 2022 was The Season of Julio. Obviously it's tough to distill so much greatness down to a single moment, but tell us what was your favorite Julio play from this past season? Who would you have voted for in any of these categories? Tell us in the comments below. Lastly the crew offer their favorite Thanksgiving dishes and a Mariners player who embodies the qualities of said meal. Do you have a Mariner you associate with a specific food? Note: John's audio desyncs a little bit in the first half, so there's a bit of cross talk, but it's mostly just lolzing.   TWITTER LINKS: https://twitter.com/LookoutLanding https://twitter.com/JohnTrupin https://twitter.com/KatePreusser https://twitter.com/EvanJamesAudio https://twitter.com/RealZachMason Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Rare Nautical Reads
#93 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 7

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 25:02


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.     If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month.     If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

lostfrontier.org
#990, la sonda Magallanes

lostfrontier.org

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 121:41


Tras el lanzamiento de las sondas soviéticas Mariner y Venera a principios de los años '60, y de las Pioneer Venus y Venera 11 a 16 a finales de los '70 y principios de los '80, y de las Vega 1 y 2 en 1985, el 4 de mayo de 1989 fue puesta en órbita terrestre la sonda estadounidense Magallanes lanzada a bordo del transbordador Atlantis hasta el momento en que el motor de su etapa superior inercial le diera el empuje necesario para ubicarla en una trayectoria de transferencia a Venus. El 10 de agosto de 1990 Magallanes llegó a Venus y empezó a tomar imágenes en radar. Cada día completaba 7'3 órbitas de imágenes en franjas que cubrían entre 20 y 25 kilómetros de ancho y unos 70.000 km de largo. La cobertura de todo el planeta requirió de 1.800 franjas de imágenes que fueron debidamente combinadas en un mosaico para recrear una imagen coherente. Las primeras imágenes de Venus fueron recibidas el 16 de agosto de 1990. El primer ciclo de mapeo duró 243 días terrestres y concluyó el 15 de mayo de 1991 habiendo mapeado el 84% de la superficie de Venus. Durante este tiempo realizó mediciones conjuntas con la sonda Pioneer Venus, que todavía permanecía operativa, hasta que finalmente agotó su combustible de maniobra, momento en el que perdió su orientación. En agosto de 1992, la Pioneer Venus cayó en la atmósfera de Venus y se destruyó. Tras la primera etapa de mapeo se continuó con el Ciclo 2, que se extendió hasta el 15 de enero de 1992. En este segundo ciclo, el mapeo de la superficie fue hecho con una inclinación de observación derecha para compensar la inclinación izquierda utilizada durante el Ciclo 1. Estas técnicas de observación radar hicieron posible determinar la altura de ciertos patrones geográficos. El Ciclo 3 debía finalizar el 14 de septiembre de 1992, pero su conclusión tuvo que adelantarse un día debido a problemas con el equipo de a bordo. En total se logró una cobertura radar del 98% de la superficie de Venus con el 22% de las imágenes en estéreo. Las imágenes proporcionadas por la sonda Magallanes son las más nítidas que tenemos de Venus y su número es mayor a las producidas por todas las sondas anteriores. El Ciclo 5 se dedicó a la recopilación de datos de gravedad y concluyó el 24 de mayo de 1993. Los Ciclos 5 y 6 se dedicaron a recoger datos de gravedad con mayor precisión; para conseguirlo, hubo que situar la sonda en una órbita más baja. La órbita segura más baja en Venus se encuentra a unos 200 km sobre la superficie. La sonda redujo su velocidad por la fricción con la atmósfera de manera que empezó a ser atraída por la gravedad del planeta. Esta maniobra se llevó a cabo desde el final del Ciclo 4 hasta principios de agosto de 1993. Se había programado que la sonda entrara en la atmósfera de Venus el 12 de octubre de 1994 para estudiar su dinámica. Ese día los controladores en la Tierra perdieron el contacto. Se dio por hecho que Magallanes se había desintegrado en la atmósfera de Venus pudiendo haber alcanzado algunas partes la superficie del planeta. Tangent, Jeff Greinke, Wings of an Angel, ATŌMI, Michael Stearns, Solar Fields, Stellardrone, Thomas Newman, José Manuel Guerra, AstroPilot & Spacecraft, Joseph Loibant. El playlist detallado con enlaces a las audiciones íntegras de cada album: lostfrontier.org/episodios/2022/990.

Rare Nautical Reads
#92 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 6

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 18:32


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.     If you are enjoying these stories and would like to enjoy the creation of more free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site at https://www.patreon.com/themariner and pledging $5 a month.     If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Murph & Mac Podcast
11-21 Mike Krukow joins Murph and Mac to evaluate the Giants interest in former Mariner Mitch Haniger and other free agents

Murph & Mac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 17:20


11-21 Mike Krukow joins Murph and Mac to evaluate the Giants interest in former Mariner Mitch Haniger and other free agentsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
11-21 Mike Krukow joins Murph and Mac to evaluate the Giants interest in former Mariner Mitch Haniger and other free agents

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 17:20


11-21 Mike Krukow joins Murph and Mac to evaluate the Giants interest in former Mariner Mitch Haniger and other free agentsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rare Nautical Reads
#91 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 5

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 22:34


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.     If you are enjoying these stories and would like to support the creation of more great free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site and joining the community there. Click here to support the show for $5 a month    If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Coach & Kernan
Coach & Kernan Episode 89 ... A Day at the Yard Common Sense Pitching with Wiley & Will and special guest President of the Seattle Mariners Jerry Dipoto

Coach & Kernan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 53:37


Wiley, Will and Dave entertain special guest Seattle Mariner team President Jerry Dipoto. The former 3rd round pick gives valuable insight into the experiences that have lead to the evolution of one of the best baseball team builders in MLB. The lessons learned go all the way back to instructional league as a player to his time with Dan O'Dowd to present day experiences with contemporaries and thinkers within his own organization. We are treated to an introspective look on himself as a young pitcher, how he handles the multitude of inputs, the balance of analytics and baseball, his core tenants when evaluating a player, and the #1 question he asks when hiring a skipper. As a true leader he spreads the credit for both his and the Mariner's success around- Scott Servais, Perry Hill, Andy McKay, and of course Wiley and Will.

Rare Nautical Reads
#90 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 4

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 26:39


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.     If you are enjoying these stories and would like to support the creation of more great free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site and joining the community there. Click here to support the show for $5 a month    If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Rare Nautical Reads
#89 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 3

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 24:37


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.     If you are enjoying these stories and would like to support the creation of more great free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site and joining the community there. Click here to support the show for $5 a month    If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Bob, Groz and Tom
Hour 2 - Who is Teoscar Hernandez? Sportsnet's Ben Nicholson-Smith on the newest Mariner

Bob, Groz and Tom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 41:15


The Mariners landed a big bat on Wednesday, so who is Teoscar Hernandez? Sportsnet's Ben Nicholson-Smith dials in to the show to share his insights on the former Blue Jay. In Four Down Territory, what improvements has Bump seen in Cody Barton over the last few weeks? Pac-12 Network analyst Nigel Burton joins Bump and Stacy for this week's edition of Washington Wednesday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chuck and Buck
H4: 11-15 Rick Neuheisel and Alvin Davis

Chuck and Buck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 36:59


Rick Neuheisel makes his weekly visit, courtesy of Taco Time. Mr Mariner, Alvin Davis joins the show to celebrate ROY, Julio Rodriguez.

Rare Nautical Reads
#88 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 2

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 34:26


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.     If you are enjoying these stories and would like to support the creation of more great free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site and joining the community there. Click here to support the show for $5 a month    If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Rare Nautical Reads
#87 | Rare Nautical Reads | 15,000Nm in a Ketch | Capt. Raymond Rallier du Baty | Part 1

Rare Nautical Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 28:51


Although only a young man of 25 when he set out on this fabulous expedition in 1907, salt water clearly flowed in his veins and it is a real pleasure to be learning, 115 years later of the unique adventure he and his small crew embarked upon in a world that had yet to journey to the South Pole. I would like the listener to keep in mind when enjoying this book that at that time in the early part of the twentieth century, the Kerguelen Islands far to the South of Australia, to which Capt du Baty was heading; were known as the 'Islands of Desolation'. To be frank, that was as good a name as any, lying as they did at the edge of the known world- just imagine setting out now in a fishing boat with five other people to sail, and then live at the edge of the world- it's almost beyond belief. Truly, a wooden ships and iron men. This is a book that I have never even heard of before I found it here on the shelves of the Mariner's library, and yet within just a few pages I have found Captain du Baty to be a kindred spirit who is able to capture effortlessly the thoughts and emotions of those who venture out on surface of the deep.     If you are enjoying these stories and would like to support the creation of more great free content, please support the podcast by heading over to my Patreon site and joining the community there. Click here to support the show for $5 a month    If you have any sailing books that you think would be an interesting read for modern sailors please contact me at csmthemariner@gmail.com and we will see if we can bring them and their forgotten voyages back to life here on Rare Nautical Reads.

Behind the Mic with Greg Wrubell
DL Earl Tuioti-Mariner, Media Availability on Nov. 14

Behind the Mic with Greg Wrubell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 6:22


DL Earl Tuioti-Mariner, Media Availability on Nov. 14

Rye Bread & Mustard a Mariners Podcast
Which Mariner free agent will return in 2023? Nov 9, 2022

Rye Bread & Mustard a Mariners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 20:03


Which of the Mariner free agents will return in 2023? Nov 9 2022 To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

West Side Sports Podcast
Ep #73: Mariner's Hot Stove Season Begins!

West Side Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 19:02


The Hot Stove season begins! The Mariner's have started their offseason work, with them choosing to not offer a qualifying offer to Mitch Haniger. Chris Flexen is a popular name in trade circles. I go over 2 different trade proposals between the M's & Blue Jays. Spring Training dates have been announced!

West Side Sports Podcast
Ep #72: ATW, NFL Recap, Hawks Sweep Season Series Vs Cards, M's Positional Spotlight: Luis Torrens, Abraham Toro, Curt Casali

West Side Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 22:32


Happy Monday everyone! The World Series has officially ended, with off course the Houston Astros winning. The Colts are in complete disarray, with the HC being fired this morning. NFL recap is a whirlwind, with the Bucs finally getting off the loss train. Green Bay continues to flush the season down the drain, as the Vikings continue their strong start to the season. Mariner's positional spotlight for today is Luis Torrens, Abraham Toro, and Curt Casali. Hawks sweep the season series in the Desert! Some amazing stats on the defensive emergence the last few weeks and how it compares to the rest of the league! Enjoy everyone! Thanks for listening!

The Mariner's Mirror Podcast
Iconic Ships 19: Preussen

The Mariner's Mirror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 34:14


Preussen was a marvel of a ship. A steel-hulled, five-masted, ship-rigged sailing ship built in 1902 and named after the German kingdom of Prussia.Until the launch of Royal Clipper in 2000, a sail cruise liner, Preussen was the only five-masted full-rigged ship ever built and carried six square sails on each mast. Not only did she have a fascinating career at a time when the sun was setting on the great clipper ships, she also had a fascinating and abrupt end in 1910, and ended up wrecked in the English Channel near Dover. Parts of her hull can still be seen today.To find out more Dr Sam Willis spoke with Frank Scott, a retired naval aviator and qualified square rig ship-master, who commanded various square riggers ranging from 80 to 800 gross tonnes. In his long sail training career Frank served in fourteen square riggers, under seven different national flags. This podcast goes alongside an animation of the Preussen's rigging plan which can be seen on the Mariner's Mirror Pod's YouTube Channel. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Discovering Trek: A Star Trek Discovery Companion

This week on Star Trek Lower Decks, Captain Freeman gets her wish as "Project Swing By" is approved by Starfleet Command!  The Cerritos has been chosen for the first mission to return to, of all places, Omara - you know the drug addict planet from TNGs Symbiosis?  You would think the mission was a piece of cake, but this is Lower Decks, so nothing goes as planned  - especially when a reporter from the FNN comes on board to do a report on the Cerritos and its mission.  Not only does Freeman have to deal with a potentially damning interview from, of all people, Mariner, but she also has to deal with an old enemy of the Federation during a sneak attack! There is a pie eating contest, there is great artwork about life on Ornara and there are great messages about trust and friendship on this penultimate episode of season 3, Trusted Sources! Dan, Kasey and Bill have a great time talking about every aspect of Episode 9! From Starbase 80 to the planet Brekka, strap in and get ready for some great fun and discussion! WE COVER LOWER DECKS LIKE NO ONE ELSE Interested in great talk about Star Trek: Lower Decks? Look no further than the Trek Geeks Podcast Network! Discovering Trek breaks down every episode with our own Lower Decks crew of Dan, Kasey and Bill. Plus, check out all of our other podcasts on the Trek Geeks Podcast Network by downloading our free Trek Geeks Mobile App! Head on over to trekgeeks.com/app for all the details! No One Talks Trek Like We Do. FIVE YEAR MISSION Music for Discovering Trek is provided by Five Year Mission. They're writing one song for each episode of The Original Series! Plus, check out their podcast right here on the Trek Geeks Podcast Network! Find out more and download all 6 of their current albums at FiveYearMission.net

Trek Geeks Podcast Network
Discovering Trek: The Star Trek Universe Companion Trusted Sources

Trek Geeks Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 36:16


This week on Star Trek Lower Decks, Captain Freeman gets her wish as "Project Swing By" is approved by Starfleet Command!  The Cerritos has been chosen for the first mission to return to, of all places, Omara - you know the drug addict planet from TNGs Symbiosis?  You would think the mission was a piece of cake, but this is Lower Decks, so nothing goes as planned  - especially when a reporter from the FNN comes on board to do a report on the Cerritos and its mission.  Not only does Freeman have to deal with a potentially damning interview from, of all people, Mariner, but she also has to deal with an old enemy of the Federation during a sneak attack! There is a pie eating contest, there is great artwork about life on Ornara and there are great messages about trust and friendship on this penultimate episode of season 3, Trusted Sources! Dan, Kasey and Bill have a great time talking about every aspect of Episode 9! From Starbase 80 to the planet Brekka, strap in and get ready for some great fun and discussion! WE COVER LOWER DECKS LIKE NO ONE ELSE Interested in great talk about Star Trek: Lower Decks? Look no further than the Trek Geeks Podcast Network! Discovering Trek breaks down every episode with our own Lower Decks crew of Dan, Kasey and Bill. Plus, check out all of our other podcasts on the Trek Geeks Podcast Network by downloading our free Trek Geeks Mobile App! Head on over to trekgeeks.com/app for all the details! No One Talks Trek Like We Do. FIVE YEAR MISSION Music for Discovering Trek is provided by Five Year Mission. They're writing one song for each episode of The Original Series! Plus, check out their podcast right here on the Trek Geeks Podcast Network! Find out more and download all 6 of their current albums at FiveYearMission.net

The Azure Podcast
Episode 445 - SAP for Azure Landing Zone Accelerator

The Azure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022


Cynthia, Sujit and Russell discuss the SAP for Azure Land Zone Acclerator with Pankaj Meshram from the Microsoft Product team, and Matt Ely from Microsoft's Global Partner Solutions CSA team.   Media File: https://azpodcast.blob.core.windows.net/episodes/Episode445.mp3 YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1FPIp0mWDo   SAP on Azure Landing Zone Resources: SAP on Azure Deployment Automation Framework SAP on Azure Landing Zone Accelerator SAP Deployment Automation Framework Other updates:   Public preview: Vertical Pod Autoscaler | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure Public preview: Mariner container optimized OS | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure Public preview: New Azure Maps Creator feature - Dataset with GeoJSON | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure Generally available: Logic Apps Standard Support for Functions Runtime V4 | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure Public preview: SAP S/4HANA events are now available on Azure Event Grid | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure Generally available: Azure Communication Services short code functionality for SMS | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/sharing-the-latest-improvements-to-efficiency-in-microsoft-s-datacenters/

Infinite Diversity: A Star Trek Universe Podcast
ID 124: Lower Decks: “The Stars at Night”

Infinite Diversity: A Star Trek Universe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 69:56


Chrissie and Thad talk about the season three finale of Lower Decks, “The Stars at Night,” with Mike Wong from the Strange New Worlds Podcast. Join us in BQN Podcast Collective on Facebook. Find us on Twitter:The Network: @BQNPodcastsThe Show: @IDICPodcast. Chrissie: @TheGoddessLivia. Thad: @Tyranicus. And our guest, Dr. Mike Wong, @miquai and @ScienceOfTrekThe BQN Podcast Collective is brought to you by our listeners. Special thanks to these patrons on Patreon whose generous contributions help to produce this podcast and the many others on our network! AnonymousTim CooperChrissie De Clerck-SzilagyiThad HaitPeter HongMahendran RadhakrishnanJim McMahonJoe MignoneGreg MolumbyJustin OserTom Van ScotterDavid Willett Carl Wonders You can join this illustrious list by becoming a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/BQNUnder Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.STAR TREK and all related marks, logos and characters are owned by CBS Studios Inc. Infinite Diversity is not endorsed or sponsored by or affiliated with CBS/Paramount Pictures or the STAR TREK franchise.

Business Black Belts
James Junkin, Chief Executive Officer at Mariner-Gulf Consulting & Services, LLC on leadership: Business Black Belts Episode 147

Business Black Belts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 25:25


Set Phasers: A Highly illogical Star Trek Discovery Podcast
Star Trek Lower Decks S3 E10 ”The Stars At Night”

Set Phasers: A Highly illogical Star Trek Discovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 32:36


Mariner's gone; the Cerritos is in dry dock; and the new Texas-class ships are all the rage. In a meeting with the admiralty, Freeman learns of Buenamigo's plans to scrub all the Cali-class ships and replace them with automated Texas class. In response, she challenges him (and the USS Aledo) to a “mission race.” Meanwhile, Mariner tries to uncover what mystery benefactors are behind her new gig as a private (pirate) space archeologist. The LDers play John Henry and they can't win for losing — until a dangling thread gets pulled...   Just your nerdy friends Stevie and Akie at https://patreon.com/setphasers

Star Trek: Age of Discovery
Star Trek: Lower Decks S3, E10 - "The Stars At Night"

Star Trek: Age of Discovery

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 39:49


Star Trek: Age of Discovery is a fan podcast for the Star Trek Universe including Classic Trek as well as the Paramount + shows STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, STAR TREK: PICARD, STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS, STAR TREK: LOWER DECKS, STAR TREK: PRODIGY and STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS.Subscribe to Star Trek: Age of Discovery in Apple Podcast, Amazon Music, Google Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or iHeartRADIO.Email the show at startrekaod@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @StarTrekAoD and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/StarTrekAoD/. Visit our website at http://startrekaod.net where we offer additional articles on Star Trek canon, interesting sidebar issues, and aspects of the show.www.facebook.com/StarTrekAoD/. Visit our website at http://startrekaod.net where we offer additional articles on Star Trek canon, interesting sidebar issues, and aspects of the show.2022 © Star Trek: Age of Discovery

The Pop Culture Podcast by Phantastic Geek
Star Trek: Lower Decks -- 310 "The Stars at Night"

The Pop Culture Podcast by Phantastic Geek

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022


The fate of the entire California class of starships hinges on one mission. Mariner looks to get to the bottom of the archeologist guild. Matt and Pete illuminate episode 310, “The Stars at Night.”Thanks as always to everyone who supports the podcast by visiting Patreon.com/PhantasticGeek.Share your feedback by emailing PhantasticGeek@gmail.com, commenting at PhantasticGeek.com, or tweeting @PhantasticGeek.MP3

Lower Decks: A Star Trek Podcast by Phantastic Geek

The fate of the entire California class of starships hinges on one mission. Mariner looks to get to the bottom of the archeologist guild. Matt and Pete illuminate episode 310, “The Stars at Night.”Thanks as always to everyone who supports the podcast by visiting Patreon.com/PhantasticGeek.Share your feedback by emailing PhantasticGeek@gmail.com, commenting at PhantasticGeek.com, or tweeting @PhantasticGeek.MP3

Lookout Landing
Lookout Landing Podcast 209: The Cold Before The Hot Stove

Lookout Landing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 93:33 Very Popular


Hello Seattle Mariners fans! The crew Kate Preusser, Evan James and John Trupin are back in the habit of looking forward with the 2022 season firmly in the rear view mirror. John kicks off the chat with a deep dive on the Houston Astros roster and how they might be looking to patch a few leaky spots this offseason. Next Kate looks at Mitch Haniger and his continuing fit in Seattle versus what he might get on the free agent market. Then John looks at the newest Mariner, Luke Weaver, who just arrived from Kansas City and may have a future role in the Seattle bullpen. We collectively marvel at how healthy the Mariners have been while acknowledging a need to plan for worse faring in the future. Lastly the whole crew takes a wider glance at the 40 man roster and where some squeeze might come for the current players.   TWITTER LINKS: https://twitter.com/LookoutLanding https://twitter.com/JohnTrupin https://twitter.com/KatePreusser https://twitter.com/EvanJamesAudio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Strange New Pod
"The Stars at Night" Lower Decks S3 Finale Review w/ Matthew Kaplowitz

Strange New Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 111:01


Ten weeks have warped by as quickly as Q snaps a finger, and the SNP team has their review and breakdown of the Lower Decks season three finale, "The Stars at Night." Trek Untold's Matthew Kaplowitz lends his voice as the show's special guest for this week's finale review!What happens when Carol challenges Admiral Buenamigo's Texas class to a second contact race with the fate of the Cali class at stake? What does Boimler do to deeply offend Shaxs? Mariner is having a BLAST, so why is her spider sense going off? And finally, Rutherford's big secret is finally revealed; is the team satisfied? The crew breaks it all down!Plus, a quick wrap-up on Lower Decks season three as a whole, mailbag, and so much more on this jam-packed 107th episode of Strange New Pod!Follow Trek Untold: Twitter | InstagramSupport the show

The Greatest Discovery: New Star Trek Reviewed
The Wrath of Badgey (Lower Decks S3E10)

The Greatest Discovery: New Star Trek Reviewed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 67:34 Very Popular


When Captain Freeman challenges Admiral Buenamigo to a mission race, the fate of the entire Cali-class is on the line. But when Mariner tunes in to FNN, her career as a tomb raider is cut short. Is Star Trek full of sex candles? Why aren't there more contest episodes? Have the pronunciation waters ever been muddier? It's the episode that didn't check for nubbins!Support the production of Greatest TrekMusic by Adam RaguseaFollow Greatest Trek on Twitter, and discuss the show using the hashtag #GreatestTrek!Greatest Trek on Twitch | Facebook group | Subreddit | Discord | WikiSign up for our mailing list!

Fanaddicts
Tawny Newsome Loves Hosting Guests

Fanaddicts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 44:36


We know you're as devastated as we are for this season of Lower Decks to be over, but we've got something that we think will make you feel a little bit better. That's right, we have Ensign Mariner herself Tawny Newsome. And while Mariner might go out of her way to make life on the Cerritos as chaotic as possible Tawny goes out of her way to make life at her abode as enjoyable as possible for all her guests. That's right, Tawny Newsome loves hosting guests! She spills the dish on her lovely property out in the middle of nowhere (her words not ours) and everything she loves about hosting her friends and family and even spills the tea on who isn't' invited back and why. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Star Trek Universe Podcast
Lower Decks 3x09 - "Trusted Sources" Review

Star Trek Universe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 27:36


Mariner gets a one-way ticket to Starbase 80. Must've done something bad. Totally wasn't everyone else.We're talking Star Trek: Lower Decks 3x09 - "Trusted Sources"

The Greatest Discovery: New Star Trek Reviewed
Hairy Glitter Hot Dogs (Lower Decks S3E9)

The Greatest Discovery: New Star Trek Reviewed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 61:29 Very Popular


When Mariner wants to gush about life on the Cerritos to a visiting reporter, everyone mistrusts her intentions and tries to shut her out of the story. But when Captain Freeman assumes the worst about her daughter's unauthorized interview, her epic overreaction forces Mariner to choose between Starbase 80 and striking out on her own. Is nepotism still legal in some states? How are we supposed to feel about Captain Freeman? Is a bunk bed shuttle the ultimate indignity? It's the episode that's still looking for (and finding) glitter!Support the production of Greatest TrekMusic by Adam RaguseaFollow Greatest Trek on Twitter, and discuss the show using the hashtag #GreatestTrek!Greatest Trek on Twitch | Facebook group | Subreddit | Discord | WikiSign up for our mailing list!

Infinite Diversity: A Star Trek Universe Podcast
ID123: Lower Decks "Trusted Sources"

Infinite Diversity: A Star Trek Universe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 53:07


Chrissie and Thad talk about the Star Trek: Lower Decks episode "Trusted Sources" with Heather Kirby from the Promenade Merchants podcast.Join us in BQN Podcast Collective on Facebook.Find us on Twitter: The Network: @BQNPodcastsThe Show: @IDICPodcast.Chrissie: @TheGoddessLivia.Thad: @Tyranicus.And our guest, Heather: @Nerdygal33The BQN Podcast Collective is brought to you by our listeners. Special thanks to these patrons on Patreon whose generous contributions help to produce this podcast and the many others on our network! AnonymousTim CooperChrissie De Clerck-SzilagyiThad HaitPeter HongMahendran RadhakrishnanJim McMahonJoe MignoneGreg MolumbyJustin OserTom Van ScotterDavid Willett Carl Wonders You can join this illustrious list by becoming a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/BQNUnder Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.STAR TREK and all related marks, logos and characters are owned by CBS Studios Inc. Infinite Diversity is not endorsed or sponsored by or affiliated with CBS/Paramount Pictures or the STAR TREK franchise.

I Quit Star Trek
85: Grounded, or The One Where They Trust The System

I Quit Star Trek

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 73:32


This week, John and Olivia are joined by Ayinde (@Blake1701D) to talk about Lower Deck's Grounded, where Mariner and the gang jump about 24th-century earth to steal the Cerritos and end up being vindicated by the wheels of justice (and space Fraiser Crane). John gets really mad about time zones. Come and see us LIVE at the Science Museum on the 26th of October! https://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/see-and-do/lates Support our nonsense on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/IQST Buy our merchandise at https://www.teepublic.com/user/i-quit-star-trek

Softy & Dick Interviews
Bret Boone on Mariner Season Ending, Offseason Needs, Playoffs

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 11:25


Bret Boone joins Dick Fain to talk about the Seattle Mariners season coming to an end last weekend in an ALDS sweep to Houston, what the team needs to do in the next few months of the off-season, and the ongoing MLB playoffs with both championship series.

Mike Salk
Hour 4-Gossip Guy, Ranked and Will Mitch Haniger be a Mariner next year?

Mike Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 39:03


Brock and Salk react to Jerry Dipoto's comments on Mitch Haniger's free agency status. Will he be back next year? Then, Gossip Guy is back with some Russell Wilson content and Justin and Salk bring you another edition of Ranked.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Hour 4-Gossip Guy, Ranked and Will Mitch Haniger be a Mariner next year?

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 39:03


Brock and Salk react to Jerry Dipoto's comments on Mitch Haniger's free agency status. Will he be back next year? Then, Gossip Guy is back with some Russell Wilson content and Justin and Salk bring you another edition of Ranked.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Hour 3-Jessica Mendoza (ESPN), Which Mariner Will ________?

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 42:04


ESPN's Jessica Mendoza will be calling the first Mariners / Blue Jays games this weekend and joins Brock & Salk to discuss the biggest storyline she will be following in the series, how do the Mariners win, and what will the environment be like in Toronto? Salk asks her to compare the raw stuff between Luis Castillo and Alec Manoah and she gets "nerdy" with her (fantastic) response. In place of Jerry Dipoto's usual show we play a game of "Which Mariner" and ask a variety of questions regarding the M's in the playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.