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The Hot Slice
129: A 3-Month Waitlist on Pizza Orders! How?

The Hot Slice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 35:29


Moto in Seattle, Washington has a three-month waitlist on pizza orders. That's right, 3 MONTHS! We talk to owner Lee Kindell on this phenomenon and how he set up the business with an order-ahead approach. But, Moto is growing, will order ahead work at the new locations? Don't miss this conversation on innovation and ingenuity.

The Shop: A Moto Podcast
EP. 44 - Local Moto with Mac Treadwell in studio

The Shop: A Moto Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 90:10


This week we invite friend and listener, Mac Treadwell, in studio. We dive into local moto in our area and do a little Q&A.

The Noco Moto Motorcycle Podcast
Electra Glide in BLue Commentary w/Junky Turdmeister

The Noco Moto Motorcycle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 178:06


Its Thanksgiving...so that means another weird movie commentary.  Stay after the movie for a way too long conversation about not much. Warning, this movie does have an N-bomb in it which is hard to see coming.Support the show

Notnerd Podcast: Tech Better
Episode 363: Reverse Upgrade

Notnerd Podcast: Tech Better

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 32:00


Candy Crush turns 10, MrBeast is the top YouTuber, Ticketmaster isn't great, and FTX really isn't great. That and so much more to get you caught up on the world of tech, so you can get out there and tech better! Followup:  FTX is worse than we thought (00:30) https://twitterisgoinggreat.com/ (01:55) Bird overstated its revenue for two years (05:20) iPhone 14 Emergency mode goes live (06:25) New iCloud on the web - iCloud issues (07:25) Microsoft November 2022 Patch Tuesday (10:00) Dave's Pro Tip of the Week: iPhone Volume (11:30) Takes: Candy Crush turns 10 (13:40) MrBeast takes over top YouTube spot from PewDiePie (15:10) Ticketmaster scrutiny after Taylor Swift ticket issues (17:40) Atari 50th anniversary collection (20:00) Apple prepares to get chips made in USA (21:15) Bonus Odd Take: Hipster Star Wars (22:00) Picks of the Week: Dave: Digital Giza (23:15) Nate: Notpicks.com! AILKIN 56W PD USB C Car Charger, Type-C Super Fast Power Charging Block 3-Port USB A & USBC Auto Cargador Carro Lighter Adapter for iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, LG, Google Pixel, Moto, USB-C&A Port (24:40) Find us elsewhere: https://www.notnerd.com https://www.youtube.com/c/Notnerd https://ratethispodcast.com/notnerd https://www.tiktok.com/@notnerdpod https://www.twitter.com/n0tnerd/ https://www.instagram.com/n0tnerd https://www.facebook.com/n0tnerd/ info@Notnerd.com Call or text 608.618.NERD(6373) If you would like to help support Notnerd financially, mentally, or physically, don't hesitate to get in touch with us via any of the methods above. Consider any product/app links to be affiliate links.

Two Guys Garage Podcast

Foo Dog Motorcycles in Denver, CO is the brainchild of traveling-musician-turned-classic-restorer Carson Allen, a die-hard fan of vintage 1960s to early 80s Japanese bikes, with a special affinity for those in distress. Of course, parts for these lost legends can be pretty hard to come by, and that's okay with him. “Preserving the past is really my focus,” he tells Willie and Kevin. “I know that these bikes we put enough love and care and attention to detail into them that they're never gonna go back to the state they were before.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Phones Show Chat
Phones Show Chat episode 723 ("Moto vs Sony, iPhone imaging",18/11/2022)

Phones Show Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 46:00


Phones Show Chat 723 - Show Notes Steve Litchfield and Ted Salmon MeWe Groups Join Links PSC - PSC Photos - PSC Classifieds - Steve - Ted Feedback and Contributions James Raeburn on ESR HaloLock Universal MagSafe Ring, Kit, Sticker Full Resolution Photos on MeWe Which Dead Smartphone Brand Would You Resurrect? Device Week Motorola Edge 30 Neo - Ted's Review Sony Xperia 5 Mk.IV - Ted's Review Sony Xperia 5 Mk.II Imaging Test of Xperia 1 Mk.IV vs the new iPhone 14 Pro Max SeaMonkey Composer Microsoft Surface Duo 2 Imaging and Android 12L Bug Steve's New URL for his YouTube Shorts - tinyurl.com/SL-shorts Featured Photo from PSC Photos St Andrews Cathedral, Mark Mochan, Pixel 7 Pro: Thanks Links Amazon Steve - Amazon Ted - PayPal Me Ted - PayPal Steve Links of Interest PodHubUK - Twitter - MeWe PSC Group - PSC Photos - PSC Classifieds - WhateverWorks - Camera Creations - TechAddictsUK - The TechBox - Chewing Gum for the Ears - Projector Room - Coffee Time - Ted's Salmagundi - Steve's Rants'n'Raves - Steve's YouTube Shorts

Highside / Lowside: Motorcycle Podcast
S6 E7: Biggest Moto Controversies

Highside / Lowside: Motorcycle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 118:11


For all the fun and positive experiences that come with life on two wheels, some motorcycling topics and laws are incredibly controversial. How do you feel about helmet laws? Loud pipes? Lane splitting? In this episode of Highside/Lowside, Zack and Spurgeon take a deep dive into some of the spiciest debates and divides you'll find among riders. Check out more from RevZilla: Common Tread: News, opinions, and written reviews RevZillaTV: Bike reviews, How-To's, and product videos

TalkBricks Masters - A LEGO Masters Recap Podcast
LEGO Masters | Season 3, Episode 8 - Mini Golf Masters Recap

TalkBricks Masters - A LEGO Masters Recap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 107:32


Welcome to TalkBricks Masters - A LEGO Masters Weekly Recap Podcast! This week Michael (from the LEGO YouTube channel TalkBricks) is joined by former contestants, Moto & Caleb Schilling to talk through episode 8!! We break down each of the builds to see which builds were a hole in one and which builds got stuck in the sand trap!! Check out our social media to send along questions for our future guests - @TalkBricks on all social media platforms!

The Whiskey Throttle Show
Ryan Sipes' Power of the Mind ft. Zach Osborne

The Whiskey Throttle Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 115:57


This week's guest on "Power of the Mind" is Pro Motocross 450 Class Champ Zach Osborne. 

Motorcycle Men
Episode 329 - On a Stick with Bear

Motorcycle Men

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 109:00


Hello Boys and Girls, In Today's show we talked about...... Riding to the KeysRiding a JetskiRiding home from the KeysItchy Boots Finishes rideMillion Dollar Bogan finishes MexicoTed makes reservations for SturgisPaul Pelland - Chasing the Cure for MS - Riding a million miles for MS   Buy us a coffeeMotorcycle Men JeopardyMotorcycle Men Fat Ass Santa Christmas Giveaway Special Thanks to our Sponsors: Tobacco MotorwearScorpion Helmets Wild-Ass Seats  The Motorcycle Men is supporting: David's Dream and Believe Cancer FoundationThe Gold Star Ride Foundation  Chasing the Cure for MS Don't forget to get over to YouTube and check out the Ride with Ted videos. Support the podcast and BUY US  A COFFEE Remember boys and girls, we say stupid crap so you don't have to.Support the show

Stop Struggling Now - We help Improve your Personal and Business Wealth Mindset
My Easy Tron Bot Court Case. Moto - Cabrera - Acosta & Fundmetb Nov. 2022

Stop Struggling Now - We help Improve your Personal and Business Wealth Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 13:01


My Easy Tron Bot Court Case.  Moto -  Cabrera - Acosta & Fundmetb. Update on payouts, change in website and news station covering METB❤️️"My Easy Tron Bot": ¿Nueva estafa piramidal por Telegram? | Nuria Piera. News report in Spanish but use Closed Caption to understand: https://youtu.be/HMXY-USi-44❤️️IX Global allows you to buy Debt Box nodes at a wholesale price. Commodity Nodes are here. Earn passive income 24/hrs a day. Please use this link to find out more: https://www.ixacademy.us/en/team2win/us/v13/ref-member

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast
TPM Episode 304: Chris Beresford, Snowboarder, Founder, Dang Shades

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 72:51


Chris Beresford's young life was tough; he lost his mom young, then he's raised by an alcoholic dad, then the family loses everything, and at the age of 13, Chris is responsible for things like his own food. While things could have turned dark, Chris didn't end up dancing on stage 3; he was on the podium at all his moto races and then found family and community through snowboarding. At 20, he landed a gig at High Cascade Snowboard Camp, and from there came sponsorship and the creation of his brand Dang Shades. This one is a rags-to-riches story of perseverance. Scott Stevens asks the Inappropriate Questions Chris Beresford Show Notes: 5:30:  What does he suck at, his family life, losing his mom, and the impact that has on his dad and childhood 12:00:  Moto, more about his dad, skiing, and snowboarding 21:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off sitewide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Over 60 years of getting you out there Outdoor Research:  The best outerwear ever built just got better 24:00:  His crew, losing the house, making ends meet, money, and going to the resorts in Vermont 32:00:  Meeting Grenier, partying, filming, and getting a life-changing job 38:00:  Jesse Burtner, Think Thank, and filming his first video part  41:30:  10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers; they support action sports more than anyone Elan Skis:  Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 43:00:  K2, making it “pro,” 32, getting dropped, and his Dang Shades dream and Empire 63:00: Inappropriate Questions with Scott Stevens

Tunay na Rider
Episode 124: Euro Trip Special part 2: Moto news and Live! at EICMA with Vince Tagle

Tunay na Rider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 41:35


In this episode, we are joined in by Vince Tagle with a recap from our trip to EICMA and the latest in Moto News. Tune in and find out more!

Five Dirty Bikers
S4 | EP43 - Doodle on a Motorcycle

Five Dirty Bikers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 81:31


The popularity of the Doodle on a Motorcycle is undeniable. We spend some time getting to know this talented young lady and learn about her transition to being a full timer on Youtube, and how her channel has lead to so many great opportunities with travel and working with several Moto brands.Check out her websitel here.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Buy some FDB merchandise here.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Go here to join our FREE Discord!Visit Five Dirty Bikers on social media!FacebookInstagramTikTok- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Visit the website: www.fivedirtybikers.comSupport the show

The Tech Addicts Podcast
Sunday 13th November - Find N2 Found

The Tech Addicts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 113:05


With Gareth Myles and Ted Salmon Join us on Mewe RSS Link: https://techaddicts.libsyn.com/rss Direct Download iTunes | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Tunein | Spotify  Amazon | Pocket Casts | Castbox | PodHubUK Feedback and Contributions Did Ted plug his monitor into the graphics card? --------------- Motorola Edge 30 Neo (from last week's Bargain Basement) I couldn't resist it and I'm so pleased to be back in the Moto way! - Ted's Review - AmazonUK Buy Link (Still £319) -------------- Chris Kelly on Acuce A10 Pro:Portable Multifunction M.2 SSD&14-in-1 HUB Here's an interesting one - a multi port hub come wireless charging pad that you can install an, up to 8TB, SSD into. KickStarter - from $69 ---------------- Blimey! The thing of the week is certainly Mastodon! Here's me - https://mstdn.social/@tedsalmon Hardline on the hardware Oppo Find N2 will arrive in December, leaked screenshots confirm specs Oppo Find X6 Pro specifications leak online UK government now scanning all internet-connected devices to assess vulnerabilities This Is Lenovo Tab M8 (4th Gen) - 8-Inch Android Tablet (Leak) Nikon unveils retro-inspired 'Black Edition' Z fc and 40mm F2 SE In France, all large parking lots now have to be covered by solar panels The world's most expensive Bluetooth headphones: €3000! - battery long-life issue Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro snaps in half - Test point in the Video Leica Leitz Phone 2 launches in Japan with 1” 47MP Sensor The Name of the Game Oculus founder claims he made a VR headset that actually kills you if you die in a game Nintendo Forms New Studio for Mobile Games Google Stadia refunds are starting to roll out, so watch your inbox   Flap your trap about an App Amazon just announced the cheapest annual Prime Video plan ever in India Disney Plus announces price hikes, ad-supported plan coming next month Optimised YouTube Shorts player for TVs rolling out Microsoft is going to clamp down on your OneDrive data cap Chrome Corner Google to expand free Drive storage from 15 GB to 1TB - not for personal accounts Google ramping up ChromeOS testing with 'Beta Tester Hub,' sign-ups now open Hark Back Freescape Bargain Basement: Best UK deals and tech on sale we have spotted Google Pixel 7 128GB only £599 / £499 with a nice trade-in option over at Amazon  – also has 12 monthly payment options of £49.92 for those who qualify. (Pixel 6 not included) Elgato Stream Deck Classic £50 off, now £89.99 INIU 30W USB C Plug, PD 3.0 Charging Power Adapter - £9.99 Xiaomi 12 - Smartphone 8+256GB 30% off, £849 down to £539 SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 4TB - £302.99 CCleaner Professional One Year Subscription for £1 Jabra Elite 45h Wireless On-Ear Headphones - £39 Sony WH-1000XM5 £299 - think this is the lowest I've seen ‘em Main Show URL: http://www.techaddicts.uk | PodHubUK Contact:: gareth@techaddicts.uk | @techaddictsuk Gareth - @garethmyles | garethmyles.com | Gareth's Ko-Fi Ted - tedsalmon.com | Ted's PayPal | Ted's Amazon | tedsalmon@post.com YouTube: Tech Addicts

Phones Show Chat
Phones Show Chat episode 722 ("Adrian Brain and the Zen of Zenfone",13/11/2022)

Phones Show Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 77:00


Phones Show Chat 722 - Show Notes Steve Litchfield and Ted Salmon with Adrian Brain MeWe Groups Join Links PSC - PSC Photos - PSC Classifieds - Steve - Ted Feedback and Contributions Xiaomi 13 Renders - Xiaomi 12 Specs Paul Sargeant - My Pixel 7 won't sell! Samsung's Latest Good Lock Module RegiStar Device Week Sony Xperia 1 Mk.II Apple iPhone 14 Pro Asus Zenfone 9 - Zenfone 8 vs Zenfone 9 Nothing Phone 1 Pixel 6a Motorola Edge 30 Neo - Ted's Review Motorola Edge 30 Neo vs Edge 30 Fusion vs Edge 30 Ultra Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max and Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max Comparison Winner of the October 2022 Photo of the Month from PSC Photos Puddle People by Chris Clayton using an Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max: Thanks Links Amazon Steve - Amazon Ted - PayPal Me Ted - PayPal Steve Links of Interest PodHubUK - Twitter - MeWe PSC Group - PSC Photos - PSC Classifieds - WhateverWorks - Camera Creations - TechAddictsUK - The TechBox - Chewing Gum for the Ears - Projector Room - Coffee Time - Ted's Salmagundi - Steve's Rants'n'Raves - Steve's YouTube Shorts

Creative-Riding Motorcycle Podcast
Creative Riding Episode. 285 - Ghost Rider 666

Creative-Riding Motorcycle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 80:33


Welcome to episode 285 - On this week's show we attempt to do something that Swedish Police have not been able to do for the last 20 years: Uncover the identity of Ghost Rider. Support our sponsors! o visit www.mimiandmoto.com where you can purchase the couple's motorcycle books (‘The Adventures of Mimi and Moto' and ‘Mimi and Moto Ride the Alphabet'), along with t-shirts, onesies, ornaments, and plushies. Field Initiative Knives - Need to slice open a box? Need to slice through tape? Need to slice through a box of tape? Field initiative knives are custom, hand-made knives that are crafted to suit the most important customer - you. Made by Harley Hooligan Flat Track and BRL Lite Weight Twins racer, Chris Wiggins, FI Knives are made in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit your purpose. www.instagram.com/Field_Initiative_Knives Creative Riding is available on Apple Podcasts, Sound Cloud, Stitcher, Google Play, Tune In, Spotify, etc. Leave the show a rating and review on your favorite podcast app. Check out our blog: creative-riding.com Contact the show: Email: creativeridingpodcast@gmail.com FB/IG: @creativeridingpodcast Reddit: @Creative_Riding Suppport the show: patreon.com/creativeriding

The Upshift Podcast
Music when you ride? Dealer or indepent motorcycle shop. Who is going Moto camping? What if Harley-Davidson did not exist....

The Upshift Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 76:42


Do you listen to music when you ride, are a little country or just rock and roll? Packing up a tent to go Moto camping, who's going? You will find out who is and you ain't! The Harley Dealer or the independent shop, where are you spending your money? One more question, if Harley-Davidson did not exist? How sad would life be. What would you ride, or not at all? All these questions are answered and so much more in this fun fill informative action packed episode! Sit back clear your calendar for just one hour and maybe a few mins. THANK YOU for tuning in - The Upshift Podcast!!!!! Brian NH & Brian SC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theupshift/message

LIVE Ontwowheels
Suzuki FINALLY did something new...ish with the GSX-8S! | Live Ontwowheels S2:E38

LIVE Ontwowheels

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 96:50


On this week's Live Ontwowheels show, Chase and Beau discuss Suzuki's recently announced GSX-8S that was just revealed! Is it something brand new or is it just the same old thing we are used to from Suzuki? Best way to support the show: http://www.wbrgarage.comThis week's episode is sponsored by Revzilla's RPM program: http://bit.ly/chaseRPMIt's amazon prime for motorcycle gear! Check it out at the link above!Welcome to LIVE Ontwowheels, the weekly motorcycle live show that covers all things motorcycle-related here on the Internet! Audio Versions of the show HERE!Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2OW73gOSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2OFWpdOGoogle Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3thQyukBuying Gear? Support the show when you buy from Revzilla with the link! Revzilla Link: http://bit.ly/L2Wrevzilla(This is an affiliate link. When you click on it and purchase anything on Revzilla you pay the same but it helps support the show!)Join our Live Ontwowheels DISCORD: https://discord.gg/8erHCTJMzk___________________________________Show Notes:

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 082: Boris Of The Overflow

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 106:45


Our intrepid trio aren't the types to look back. Lord knows, the carnage they would see if they did might just make them stop and think and stopping and thinking are NOT among their strengths. But the season is over and so there must be harsh judgement made with the benefit of hindsight and this is very much in their wheelhouse. Boris has a poem (that doesn't miss anyone) and The Captain, Rossi and George all weigh in with end of season thoughts. Freido has joined Twitter (and people think Elon Musk is the one who will ruin it), Tug has some predictions for 2023 and a plan has been hatched for a MotoPG Christmas party (the word 'plan' is doing A LOT of work here). So hit the play button and find out why four out of five people agree this is the Greatest Motorcycling Podcast On Earth. (You can find Freido on Twitter here (https://twitter.com/FreidoMotoPG) if you are brave or stupid.) The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. ​ We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. ​ Click on the bloody links. Please. ​ Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. ​ Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. ​ Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. ​ Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. ​ Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. ​ Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. ​ Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules.

Creative-Riding Motorcycle Podcast
Creative Riding Episode 284- Mid November Chat

Creative-Riding Motorcycle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 80:58


On this week's show, we bring you some industry updates. Junky also finds a bike that Wiggins may be interested in. Finally, Junky cries because his favorite team, one of the best in North America, got blasted in the RLCS Grand Finals today. Creative Riding is available on Apple Podcasts, Sound Cloud, Stitcher, Google Play, Tune In, Spotify, etc. Leave the show a rating and review on your favorite podcast app. Check out our blog: creative-riding.com Contact the show: Email: creativeridingpodcast@gmail.com FB/IG: @creativeridingpodcast Reddit: @Creative_Riding Support the show: patreon.com/creativeriding -Go visit www.mimiandmoto.com where you can purchase motorcycle books (‘The Adventures of Mimi and Moto' and ‘Mimi and Moto Ride the Alphabet'), along with t-shirts, onesies, ornaments, and plushies.

RaceLine Podcast
Episode 406: Ep 406: Trak Talk "Mark Merical" w/ Pit Pass Moto

RaceLine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 9:09


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Black Women Are Scary
Final Friday: Wi-Moto Nyoka w/ guest hosts Nightmare on Fierce Street

Black Women Are Scary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 49:18


Join Shirai and Trent of Nightmare on Fierce Street as they guest host our Final Friday episode. They talk about complicated black female protagonists, annoying family members, and how ghosts can be mean. Music by Community Education

KPFA - APEX Express
APEX Express – 10.27.22 Cathy Ceniza Choy

KPFA - APEX Express

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 59:59


A weekly magazine-style radio show featuring the voices and stories of Asians and Pacific Islanders from all corners of our community. The show is produced by a collective of media makers, deejays, and activists. Tonight on APEX Express Host Miko Lee interviews Cathy Ceniza Choy author of Asian American Histories of the United States. Show Transcripts [00:00:00] Opening: Asian Pacific expression. Unity and cultural coverage, music and calendar revisions influences Asian Pacific Islander. It's time to get on board. The Apex Express. Good evening. You're tuned in to Apex Express. [00:00:18] Jalena Keane-Lee: We're bringing you an Asian American Pacific Islander view from the Bay and around the world. [00:00:22] Miko Lee: This is Miko Lee. And in August, I had the wonderful opportunity of hosting a live event. One of the first live events. That KPFA was offering at the back room in Berkeley. And it was an interview with Catherine Cinzia Choi on her new book Asian-American histories of the United States. So take a listen to the interview. You're going to hear some clapping and some noise because it was a live audience. we hope you enjoy it and find out more information at our website kpfa.org. take a listen welcome to KPFAS live virtual event. I'm Miko Lee from apex expressed in your host for tonight. A big round of applause to our producers of K PFA events that are here. Kevin Hunt, Sanger, and Brandy Howell in the back of the room. Wow, it's so great to be in front of a live audience. Thank you to Sam Rudin and the back room. This amazing glorious space for hosting us this live evening. Okay. Y'all we're coming back. We're coming out. We're still pandemic land. People are in their beautiful masks, but we're coming back and KPFA has a few more upcoming events. I wanna do a land acknowledgement, and I want to acknowledge that K P F a is located on unseated, Cho Chino speaking, Lonni land known as the Huk, as journalists and community members. We have the responsibility to engage critically with the legacy of colonists. Colonialist violence and to uplift the active and ongoing indigenous struggles connected to the land that we are gathered on tonight. If you wanna check out more, go to native land dot California, and if you live in the east bay, I'm asking, do you pay the Shmi land tax, which is led by indigenous women, find out more about Ante's work of reation and returning in indigenous lands to the people establishing a cemetery to reinter stolen alone, ancestral remains and building urban gardens, community centers and ceremonial spaces. So current and future generations of indigenous people can thrive in the bay area. Thank you so much for joining us. We are honored tonight to welcome author Cathy Cenzia Choy. Cathy is currently a professor of ethnic studies at our own UC Berkeley, and she has published multiple books around Asian American identity. And is here tonight to chat with us about her latest book, Asian American histories of the United States. Welcome Cathy. Yes. Thank you. Okay. I'm gonna do anode to the great poet Chinaka Hodges, and ask, who are your people and where do you come from? [00:03:19] Cathy Cenzia Choy: I am the daughter of Filipino immigrants born and raised in New York city. I've been in Berkeley since 2004, and UC Berkeley has been a very important institution and community for me. And it's just such an honor to be. Your presence today and tonight I wanna thank you Miko for taking the time to, to host this. I wanna acknowledge my family and friends who are in the audience, my husband and my daughter are here. And I'm so pleased about that. And I feel like I'm with my people right now. [00:04:03] Miko Lee: what are the legacies that you carry with you from your ancestors? [00:04:11] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Wow. These are really Deep questions. I know. I feel like I care, even though sometimes I'm not aware. All the details. I feel like I carry the histories of my ancestors, even though, as I write in the book. So many of us in including myself didn't grow up knowing much about Asian American history because it wasn't taught to us in our schools. And even with that I feel my ancestors' presence with me. And I especially thank my mother Petri, za and other family members for also making that presence alive in so many ways while I was growing [00:04:57] Miko Lee: up in New York city. And are there certain elements that you carry with you on the daily? [00:05:05] Cathy Cenzia Choy: I don't know. In terms of the daily, because now I'm at this point in my life where I've had many experiences and I. Learned more to own my voice. And I feel owning that voice like through speaking and through writing is something I've learned and carried from them. But it took me also some time to, to get to this point. And even though I've talked to so many people in public spaces I always feel still some, some. nerves every time. [00:05:50] Miko Lee: So maybe it's self-expression and passing on the torch to the next generation around storytelling, around [00:05:56] Cathy Cenzia Choy: teaching. Absolutely. I think one of the things that I try to impart in, in my teaching at UC Berkeley at university of Minnesota twin cities, where I had taught for six years prior to coming to Berkeley, I try to impart that, that lesson of learning to, to cultivate your confidence and to own your voice. [00:06:19] Miko Lee: Your book is such an interesting collection because you're talking about some deep Asian American history stories, and then you're intertwining it with your own personal stories. And I wonder if you could speak a little bit more about your personal family story and your her story and how that intertwines with Asian American, her story. [00:06:39] Cathy Cenzia Choy: One of the things that is different from in terms of this book compared to my previous two books, is that it was intended for a very broad audience. And given what Asian Americans have been going through in this country since 2020 in many ways it was also born out of some very difficult, challenging circumstances. And I've experienced like many Asian Americans have experienced since 2020, a level of fear and anxiety and grief, at what has been happening with the surgeon anti-Asian violence, its relation to coronavirus related anti-Asian racism and. all of this has infused a different approach to writing in this book. And I write in the first person, the second person in one chapter on, on world war II. And I write in the more traditional third person which is typical and scholarly history books. So when I write in the first person, I share personal experiences that are intertwined to these histories. And this includes some of the fear and anxiety I was already mentioning. And that concern about the surge in anti-Asian violence and that when I see those stories on the media I see my family members, I see my elders and. in the book. I talk about how I've talked to my children and I realize that they see me. And so that's one personal experience, but my husband is. And his family's history is also on the, in the book. There's one chapter titled 19, 19 declaration of independence and 1919, that declaration of independence is referring to the declaration of. Korean independence, both in Korea against Japanese imperialism but also a Korean Congress that came to Philadelphia in April 19, 19. And my husband's parents on his father's side were among those Korean independence activists in the early 20th century. And I share experiences also how we've tried to pass on Asian American history to our children. And I talk about a moment where we brought our son to the Japanese American Memorial garden in tan Farran, which is now a shopping mall, but used to be a horse racing track and then was converted into an assembly center or what they would call a relocation center which forcibly relocated Japanese Americans here in, in the bay area there before. Forcibly incarcerating them in internment camps during world Wari. So there's quite a bit of my history, my family's history in this, even though the, of, it's not the, all of the histories that I talked about, you're [00:09:50] Miko Lee: telling part of your family stories, but then you're also telling a bunch of personal stories, small stories of people to help really illuminate a moment in history. And I'm wondering how you went about the process of selecting those individual stories to help shed light on a bigger [00:10:03] Cathy Cenzia Choy: issue. Yeah that's a great question. I think that's one of the challenges with history, which has story in it history and is about communicating stories and the choices we make matter. So I chose stories that I felt reflected key moments events, groups in Asian American histories over the past almost 200 years. And the idea also was that in selecting these stories, many of which came from research, I had done in the past and also my teaching. But I also wanted to create this feeling in the book of engaging and inviting readers to think about what stories would they want to include and not to cut it off and say, these are the stories we need to know, but rather these are the stories of. People's families and communities. And what are the stories of your families and communities? [00:11:09] Miko Lee: So in a way, it's an invitation for the readers and the audience members to look at your personal stories and how they intertwine with Asian American [00:11:17] Cathy Cenzia Choy: history. Yes. I hope that one of my hopes is that the book is as accessible as possible and that it is shared across an incredibly diverse audience. Also multi-generational and it would mean a great deal to me, for people to share the histories in this book with their elders and people of their generation and younger generations. [00:11:44] Miko Lee: And speaking of stories and connections, one of the biggest connections of a API community is around our food. people. It doesn't matter where you are, people know about Asian food and Asian Pacific Islander food. And you have a whole section in your book that is an interlude around food. And I'm wondering if you can just read the bolded sections of the interlude to the audience as a teaser, and then we'll talk about it some [00:12:08] Cathy Cenzia Choy: more. Okay. Yes. I'd love that. Okay. We, [00:12:13] Miko Lee: so for those of you that haven't read the book, , here's a little bit of a teaser of what the book has to offer Yes. And just the fact there, there's an interlude in the book. Which is also do you wanna talk about that now or after you pretty different? [00:12:19] Cathy Cenzia Choy:  It's just it was, getting at a point that I had made earlier about how I wanted to write differently. I also felt compelled to write differently. And there's an interlude in the book and it's entitled 1965 reprise the faces behind the food. And I'm going to read an abridged version because this way of reading, it makes it like a shout out poem.yeah. So 1965 reprise the faces behind the food. This is for the Asian American faces behind the food that nourishes Americans and enriches American cuisine. The general public knows. So little about Asian American people, but our food is everywhere at one's exotic and mainstream. This is for Larry. I Italy on the Filipino American farm workers who started the grape strike in Delano, California in 1965. This is for Dawn Baan and those who champion labor history. This is for the over 300,000 Asian migrants, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Filipino, whose labor made sugar production, Hawaii top industry. This is for the Chinese workers who transformed tens of thousands of acres of California, swamp land into airable land, and who applied their ingenuity to orchards from Oregon to Florida. This is for the Chinese, Japanese and Filipino workers in the canned salmon industry of the Pacific Northwest. This is for the Japanese fruit and vegetable farmers. This is for the Asian, Indian, agricultural workers. Many of whom found work in California's fields in the early century. This is for the restaurant workers like chinch wing, who started working at an Americanized Chinese restaurant in 1936 in New York city. This is for the food service workers in cafeteria. This is for the writer and migrant worker, Carlos bloon. This is for de leaping sound who in 1956 became the first person of Asian descent elected to serve as a us representative and champion the farmers of his Southern California district. This is for Thai American. Who have a complicated relationship with Thai food because they are often conflated with it. This is for the monos. Mono is a term that conveys respect for Filipino elders in the 1920s and 1930s, they followed the crops from California to the Pacific Northwest. The Mons demonstrated their militancy. The 1965 grape strike was not an exception, but rather a singular point on a continuum. In the age of COVID 19 Asian Americans continued to be the many faces behind the food, using their creativity and leadership to promote communal care during a critical time. This is for Hannah DRA, a self-identified Pakistani American Muslim, and the co-founder of transformation. A technology platform that redistributes leftover, prepared food from restaurants and companies to places that need them like homeless shelters. This is for heart of dinner, whose mission is to nourish New York, city's Asian elders with love and food every week, the irony of Asian Americans producing America's food and enlivening, the overall food experience and the context of hate and violence has not been lost on them historically. And in the present day in March, 2021, people gathered at North Dakota state university in Fargo to protest against anti-Asian hatred. One poster red love us. Like you love our food. [00:16:51] Miko Lee: Thank you so much. Yes. Can make some noise. That's good. And if I may add, this is for. Adding all of your stories so that our Asian American history and tapestry can become richer and deeper. Thank you so much, Kathy, for sharing that. Now talk about why you wanted a kind of musical interlude in the middle of the book. [00:17:15] Cathy Cenzia Choy: It had to do with the histories the multiplicity that I emphasize in the book that there are multiple origins of Asian American history. And we should refer to these as Asian American histories, because my approach in the book is less about a linear, a traditional linear approach which can sometimes suggest causality or. Progress all the time and rather than take a linear approach. One of the things that's distinctive about the book is that the first substantive chapter begins with the year 2020. And the book concludes with 1869 and then each of the chapters. So it goes back in time and each of the chapters moves forward and back in time. So one of the chapters is titled 1965. And it's about the faces of post 1965 Asian America. And it's referring to the immigration and nationality act of 1965, which dramatically changed the democratic the demographics of our country. And. Yet, it was difficult to weave in seamlessly the story of Larry Italy and the Filipino farm workers and how important that grape strike was in, in Delano, California. And I thought to myself I don't ne I, I don't wanna put a, another chapter entitled 1965. So I'm gonna do, I'm gonna do this interlude and then, and write in a different way to give people a break from the style and then encourage you to give shout outs of your own. [00:18:57] Miko Lee: Thank you. Speaking of Larry Iley who in a bunch of your book, you talk about erasure or as Helen Z talks about missing in history. What are those moments that are MIH? And Larry I. Long is one of those many stories we always hear about Cezar Chavez and the great boycott when it was actually a Filipino man, Larry Ile that you write about. And I'm wondering after doing this exhaustive research for your book and as a professor, what are some kind of key missing in history moments? Do you think stand out in Asian American Pacific Islander history? [00:19:30] Cathy Cenzia Choy: There are key moments in every chapter in this book. In the first chapter on, on 2020 I talk about the disproportionate toll of COVID 19 on Filipino nurses in this country. And so one of the things that's MIH, which I've tried to address in my own research and was the topic of my first book was why and how the Philippines became the world's leading sending country of professional nurses and a specifically to, to the United States. And so in, in every chapter, the chapter after 2020 is one on 1975, and it's about Southeast Asian Americans and the refugee experience, but also the descendants of refugees in Southeast Asian immigrants. And so much of their stories are MIH because we are familiar with the Vietnam war, but often from the American perspective. And we, the. Participation of and Laosian Americans were part of a secret army and a secret war. So there's so many instances of that in every single chapter where this I, ideas of erasure secrecy being overlooked like Larry Ile who worked closely with Suor Chavez for years, they were director and assistant director of the U F w but many of us yes, know that story. [00:20:58] Miko Lee: I'm wondering if you could talk a little bit about the great former photojournalist quirky Lee and his impact, because I think one of those things about missing a history are those that have stood up to try and tell that story again, and you profile quirky. Can you tell a little bit the audience about Corky Lee and what he did. [00:21:14] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Yeah, well, thanks for giving me the opportunity Corky Lee was one of the most important, I think photo journalists of the late 20th and early 21st century and is such a pioneer in Asian American journalism. And he is just one of the over 1 million people we have lost in the United States as a result of COVID 19. And I wanted to honor his memory in the book. He was well known for taking a photograph of a sick American after nine 11 and so many sick Americans in our country after nine 11 were targeted for anti-Asian violence, they were conflated with the stereotypical image of what a terrorist might, might look like in our country. And so we took this photograph of a sick man wearing a red turban with the United States flag draped around his shoulders. And the other thing he's also very well known for is something that is a major theme in this book, which is the theme of erasure of Asian American history and experience in the overall us experience and that era. one of the key moments is in 1869 with the completion of the building of the first transcontinental railroad, which took place at a Ary summit in Utah. And this is a very important moment in, in the history of our nation as a symbol of our modern progress that, enabled us expansionism across the continent. And eventually also into the Hawaiian islands and Asia and Chinese workers at were. About 90% of the labor force of the central Pacific here in the Western region of building [00:23:17] Miko Lee: my family that railroad. Yes. Yeah. My ancestors built that railroad. [00:23:21] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Yes. I re we talked about that briefly and there might be other descendants here too of the railroad workers. And when they finally met at Promentory summit, there was a celebratory photo it's quite known and there was not a single Chinese worker in this photo. Not a single Chinese worker and quirky Lee. When he was in grade school, he remembered, learning about Chinese participation in the building of this railroad. And so he looked at that photo and he noticed that absence and erasure. And so I believe it was the hundred and 45th anniversary of the building of. that railroad. And he rest staged that iconic photograph. And this time he included the descendants of the Chinese railroad workers and other Asian Americans. And it was a joyous moment. And he referred to these moments, photographic justice. [00:24:24] Miko Lee: I love that whole even ethos of photographic justice. And you wrote in your book that was a 2014, that's so recent that this has happened. It's just this and also one person. And it also shows the power. Hello, ethnic studies, professors in the house, the power that he, this one, man heard this story and said, why isn't this being told, right? [00:24:46] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Yes. And that's the, one of my hopes for the book is you'll notice that in, throughout the book in the various chapters, I oppose these questions. No questions for us to think about. It's not solely about here's the experience and here are the dates and the years and the events, but it's the way we all participate in history, but by what we choose to remember to reflect upon and how we use that historical knowledge to, to move forward, [00:25:20] Miko Lee: next up listen to girl gang by Rubia barra That was girl gang by the amazing Ruby Abara. [00:27:26] Miko Lee: You are tuned into apex express on 94.1 K PFA and 89.3 K P F B. Now let's get back to my interview with author Kathleen. Cinzia joy. [00:27:41] Miko Lee: Keeping on with this conversation about erasure and representation, you quote this study by Nancy Angwin, who is amazing. That is it really recent last year, 2021 study that says 40% of films have no zero Asian American Pacific Islander representation and of the films that do have representation over 25% of the characters die, violent. talk to us a little bit more about what does that say? How is that connected to erasure? What does that mean to the broader multicultural universe? What does it say about Asian Americans? [00:28:19] Cathy Cenzia Choy: In that chapter I'm gonna paraphrase since I'm not directly reading from it, but in that chapter, I reflect on that study and those statistics. And one of the things that if you wanna look directly at that study because in the notes, there's the URL to it. You, you will read that those statistics are juxtaposed with statistics about anti-Asian violence in 20, 20 and 2021. And I posed the question in that chapter. Are you, are we human? If we're not portrayed in a dignified and humane way. in popular culture. And if the only representations or the major representations of you are as, one dimensional flat stereotypes. And if it gets to the point where you're so used to the narrative on screen, that you can expect that Asian or Asian American character to die and not make it, what does that do to our psyche and how we view real world Asian Americans. So I didn't share this in the book, but when my children were younger, I actually had this experience. We, we brought them to this action film and this Asian American character was on screen. and I remember putting my head down thinking, oh I really hope this character doesn't die. and I turned to my son who was quite young at the time, and I tried to like, prepare him for that. And then the character did die in, in, in the film. So it's that feeling of why are we seeing such similar stories over and over again? And how can we begin to change that narrative? [00:30:14] Miko Lee: Connected to that and connected to your earlier book about Filipino nurses. One of my pet peeves, I love watching doctor shows as just totally fluff. And one of my pet peeve is that there are never enough Asian doctors and I am in the bay area. Every single one of my doctors is Asian. So I've always been like, this is such I don't understand. And especially with how many Filipinos are in the medical profession. So can you expand a little bit more of that and bringing in your last book, which is empire of care, nursing and migration and Filipino American history? [00:30:50] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Yes, I oh the present the past present and future of American nursing is inextricably linked to the presence of Filipino American nurses in this country. And Filipino American nurses have been in the United States for six. Decades. Many of them are immigrants, so they were born and raised in the Philippines, but the United States has been their home and they have made this incredible contribution to us healthcare delivery. And California we are one of the beneficiaries of their labor they're in hospitals, they're in elder care. And in the book I mentioned the Emmys, I forgot what year that was, but one of the co-host Michael Shay actually, said can you believe, Hollywood is a diversity problem and can you believe they did 15 seasons of ER without one single Filipino nurse? And have you been to a hospital in this country? And I feel also that frustration and that irony and it's, I have to say it's. It was especially painful since 2020 because Filipino nurses and other Asian American healthcare workers were also among the targets of anti-Asian violence. And hate in this country, even while they were wearing medical scrubs. For example, there was testimony given and there's one hospitalist in, in New York who I I quote in, in the book who, who talked about this paradox that here they are contributing to the health of our nation and putting their lives on the line yes. Through exposure and dealing with this hate and violence. And he said, it's really challenging being. celebrated and villainized at the same time. And that's the problem when so much of our common understanding or what we think is an understanding of Asian Americans is based on stereotypes. Because stereotypes are flat. They're one dimensional. They dehumanize even the most seemingly positive ones. [00:33:13] Miko Lee: Okay. I wanna talk about a different topic, which is in 1997, time magazine released this cover and on the cover where all these cute Asians, and it said the model minority. And I remember being in school and my teacher bringing that in and showing that magazine cover the class and pointing to me and I just had this like visceral gut reaction to it. Can you talk about how the model minority, the whole ethos of model minority has been used as a tool for white SuPM. [00:33:49] Cathy Cenzia Choy: I, I appreciate you phrasing the question that way. The model minority stereotype, which is a myth is such a complex stereotype. And some people might say, the model minority is about Asian Americans being smart and economically successful. And what's wrong with that? Isn't that positive? Isn't that the best kind of branding any group or could ask for. And it is a tool of divide and conquer. It is a tool of white supremacy which is, I think the way I understand. You're phrasing of the question because it too has a history. And part of that history is emerging in the late 1960s during civil rights and other, social movement protests, and having media stories quoting academics as experts contrasting Asian Americans as successful model minorities who don't complain. Don't ask for government help pull themselves up by their bootstraps in contrast to black Americans. And it was really direct like that now in, in contrast to African Americans who are protesting and demanding justice and change from the government this is a. Strategy of divide and conquer and prevent us from seeing. So in some ways it's another form of erasure that I talk about in the book that there's this longer history of Asian American and black solidarity and friendship living in neighborhoods together, working together in organizing [00:35:39] Miko Lee: together, [00:35:39] Cathy Cenzia Choy: organizing together work, interracial relationships and families. And we're [00:35:45] Miko Lee: talking about you, Grace Lee [00:35:46] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Boggs yes, I right. Grace Gracely BOS is certainly, part of that, one of many right. One, one of many who was married to James Boggs, a a black auto worker and author and activist. And they were married for a long time and together created. Summer which was this community, youth based organization and out of that love and marriage and mutual activism created something which is relating to another main theme in the book of resistance. It's like that creative spark like Detroit summer to create community gardens and to paint murals and to have intergenerational dialogues and to move forward in, in the most hopeful and an inclusive. Possible. And that's just one example. [00:36:42] Miko Lee: Yeah. I appreciate how in the book you're talking about erasure, you're having resistance stories, and then you did bring up talking about mixed race and global adoption. And I know your former book was around global families. So I am you share some really lovely tidbits in there, like about Punjabi Mexican communities that I think maybe folks don't know about, or maybe folks in the bay area went to go see the amazing Bonura ballet folk, Loco production that told that whole story in dance that Joti sing and Zenon Beon did. But you also talk about Kip full books' book about Hopper's mixed race folks. So do you feel that and your own kids are mixed race? My own kids are also mixed race different Asian ethnicities together. I'm wondering. Okay, sorry, this is a long question, but I'm thinking back to years ago, the amazing performer David photo Moto did a production where he came out, dressed in Scottish. It came out, dressed in entire Kabuki outfit with a kimono and a face, and he did a whole entire Kabuki dance and then picked up his bagpipe and played a Scottish bagpipe. And it was such a great combo of his two cultures that he meshed together and that he was sharing about himself with the audience. So with that being said, and with your both personal family story, and you're having written this book, what is your take on cross racial adoption and mixed race folks being a bridge to the future? [00:38:17] Cathy Cenzia Choy: well, so it's an interesting way of saying that because I think in that chapter, which is titled 1953 mixed race lives I don't necess, I do say they're about our future because our future is multiracial. And we know that since the 2000 census and in the most recent 20, 20 census we know that an exponential number. The largest growing group are of people who I identify as more than one racial category. But one of the key things I key points that I make in that chapter is that being a mixed race and multiracial is not solely about our future, but it's also about our past and our present. and we have a multiracial past. And that includes some key examples in the, in that chapter are early 19th century Chinese and Irish marriages and in New York city and east Bengali Puerto Rican, African American, west Indian families and communities in Harlem and Filipino and Irish multiple generational families in new Orleans. And you had mentioned, P Punjabi Mexican Americans from Texas to California and MES Filipino, Mexican family is especially in Southern California. That is just as much about our past and our present as, as well as our future and the adoptees also figure in, in, in that chapter and 1953 each year serves as a touchstone for going back and forth in time. 1953 is referring to the end of the Korean war and how foundational the international adoption, especially by American families of mixed race Korean and American children, born of us servicemen and Korean women. How important that group was in terms of transforming the United States into an international adoption nation to. Which, which leads the world in terms of internationally adopting children. And even though Russia, Guatemala Romania, Ukraine are also major sending countries of adoptive children to the United States. Most of those adoptive children are from Asian countries and Korea plays an important role in that history, but so does Japan and Vietnam as, as well. And they're an important part of Asian American history that I also think tends to be marginalized in our understanding of the Asian American experience. [00:41:09] Miko Lee: Okay. My last questions before we open it up to our lovely audiences, juicy questions is what would you like readers to walk away with after reading your book? [00:41:20] Cathy Cenzia Choy: I would love for readers to walk away with a more. nuanced and deeper understanding of Asian American histories and to reflect upon how relevant that is for this moment. This is a moment when so many of us are confronting so many different existential crises from climate to economic insecurity, but since 2020 for Asian Americans, this this dual crises of the pandemic and the surge in anti-Asian hate has really made an impact on so many of us and our communities. And I believe that understanding Asian American histories, understanding them as multidimensional human beings, who are part of the American experience Is one important step to, to reduce and end this violence. Thank [00:42:24] Miko Lee: you. Okay. We're passing out cards. Do we have, oh, we have some collected. Rolling. Does anybody have any questions? Does anybody have any questions? Oh, wow. [00:42:34] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Yeah, jump in the [00:42:35] Miko Lee: card. Okay. I read this. Can you talk a little bit about medical scapegoating, which you mentioned in your book? [00:42:44] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Yes. One of the things that we are observing since 2020, and since COVID 19 has become a pandemic, is that medical scapegoating of Asian Americans. And in the book, I talk about how there's a long history of anti-Asian medical scapegoating that is as old as the oldest migration. Oldest mass migration of Asians to, to the United States. And in the second half of the 19th century Chinese and by extension Chinese American bodies were blamed for smallpox outbreaks. Japanese immigrants were blamed for typhoid. South migrants were associated with hookworm. And what this does is that it scapegoats people, it dehumanizes them and makes them targets for egregious forms of violence. And that what we are experiencing today is not new. And this relates to that point about kind of one of my hopes for the book is that learning and engaging about these histories is really important. To end this medical scapegoating and the violence that accompanies it. [00:44:02] Miko Lee: I think people don't even realize that China towns were burned down during those times, too. [00:44:07] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Yes, I in addition to erasure and resistance violence is a third major theme, of the book and violence means many different things. We, in the media, it often focuses on the most egregious forms of violence like mass shooting. But the anti-Asian hate incidents and violence have ranged from bullying and harassment in schools, spitting on Asian Americans name calling I'm telling Asian Americans to go back to where they, they came from and you were referring to arson and burning down of Chinatowns and , this was something here in California and in, in the Pacific Northwest the method of anti-Asian violence was all often in the form of expulsion of Chinese from their communities through arson shooting stoning threats, [00:45:04] Miko Lee: right. You talked a little bit in the beginning, and this is an audience question. You talked a little bit in the beginning about the order of the book and we had you read the interlude and you said that it was done in a different order, starting with, 20, 20. Can you talk a little bit more about your thought process in creating the book in this kind of non-linear time structure? [00:45:24] Cathy Cenzia Choy: In the preface I write and also in the acknowledgements I give thanks to my students over so many years at university of Minnesota UC Berkeley especially but also other institutions that earlier in, in my career, I've learned so much from my students, from listening to them from engaging in dialogue about what we're reading. And in spring of 2021, I taught this class on Asian American history in the age of COVID 19. And some of the students were telling me that they really appreciated having taken previous courses in Asian American history, but how sometimes the courses they would go in that linear approach and then primarily end. Maybe in like the 1980s or maybe the, the glass class would be here, are these contemporary issues now related to all the things that we've talked about. And they were just voicing, some concern about how is history relevant today. And so I played with the chronology using a non-linear approach to make this point that Asian American history is relevant. Now, it's relevant in 2020, it's relevant in 1975. It's relevant in 1953. It's relevant in 1869. And it's relevant right now. And we're all we're all a part [00:46:59] Miko Lee: of it. So I'm gonna combine a few questions here. And this one is really about the different waves of Asian American immigration and how those impacted the storytelling. And I think. The different, there's different immigrant communities have gone into really specific fields for instance, Chinese laundries and, Vietnamese nail salons, Cambodian donut shops. Can you talk a little bit about how the storytelling is connected to the different waves of immigration first generation second, third generation? [00:47:35] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Yes that's a great question. And the book is not organized that way in the sense, like this year represents a particular wave and so does the next year. But there are particular chapters in the book that refer to immigration waves. And one of the chapters not the 1965 reprise, but there is a chapter 1965 about the faces of post 1965 Asian America and 1965 referring to the immigration act. Of 1965 is often considered this a major wave and a new kind of immigration that was different from late 19th and then early 20th century waves of immigration. Because by that point, immigration policy had created preferences for highly educated persons with needed skills. And one of the reasons why we are seeing so many Asian immigrant professionals in the United States is not an outcome of our innate ability in stem. But is also an outcome of but is an outcome of immigration policy. It's not in any ability there's quite a bit of training, that, that goes into it. And I actually didn't have much talent in the stem fields, even though I write sometimes about them like, like nursing but in the chapter, 1975 trauma and transformation, I talk about waves theory and how there's often the conceptualization of three different kinds of waves to describe Southeast Asian refugees to the United States with. the first wave beginning immediately after the fall of psych on in 1975 tended to be this wave of people who Southeast Asians who had connections to the us military there, I had worked with them and were more highly educated. And that was part of the first wave. And then the second wave, which is sometimes referred to as the boat people, even though a number of Asian American studies scholars have criticized the use of that term because it obscures their heroic will to live, but more, more, much more di diverse, ethnically a lot of Chinese Vietnamese people of farming backgrounds from rural areas in contrast to the first and then like this third wave that, that came later that involved groups like ations and even later than that also immigrants through immigration policy as opposed to, to refugee policy. And what I also point out is that these kinds of conceptualizations are important. They help us, understand historically some major changes in terms of Southeast Asian American demographics in this country. But I wanted to emphasize, so I write in the book, waves are constantly moving and taking different shapes. And in 2000 there was a new group of refugees who were resettled in Minnesota. And this is a living history and that newer waves of refugees are coming from Myanmar and Butan and who are working in places like. The state of Iowa and working in our meat packing plants and who also have been exposed disproportionately to COVID 19 because then president Donald Trump had invoked the defense production act to keep meat, packing plants open. So waves are important, but they're not set and they're always moving and flowing like our histories [00:51:16] Miko Lee: as a follow up to that. One of our audience members has a question about how many immigrants have when they first arrive have been exploited in their labor positions. And they're wondering if you could share some positive stories and I M I wonder if you could share with the audience about uncle Ted and what he did with donuts [00:51:35] Cathy Cenzia Choy: well, I think. it isn't it isn't as though there are positive and negative stories, oftentimes when you are really deeply engaging with these histories and these stories, there's often these moments that might be negative and then others that are more positive. And I think that adds to the humanity of people. And so just to give an, the example of the Filipino healthcare workers, some of 'em are nurses, but are also working in elder care. And some of those conditions that they're working in are very challenging. It's very challenging to be a caregiver. And at the same time, so many of them also take pride in their. I don't wanna portray them as just solely being, having a negative experience. They're proud of their caregiving and we need to care for our caregivers a bit more in this country. In terms of positive stories, so one thing I'll share is there's this and this is an example. I, I feel of resistance and that creative spark there's something called the south Asian American digital archive SAA D and they have this project called the first day's project. And it's a project where immigrants, regardless of immigrants from around the world can share their story on this digital platform to describe their first days in, in the United States. And. Even though these first days have a mix of like positive and negative aspects. I have to say while reading these stories it brought just smile and joy. For me and reading these stories that are so unique and universal at the first time, same time. And so one of the stories was of this young girl who was nine years old back in, in the early 2000 tens and she was from Nepal. And so she came from Nepal and she was. I imagine they were, they landed at SFO and then they had to go to San Pablo and she wrote she said I was disappointed that what I saw wasn't like, TV shows of New York city with all those tall buildings and all that fun stuff, but she took her first Bart ride. And she said that was just so amazing. She had never been on this kind of faster public transportation that brought them from San Francisco to San Pablo and something like 40 minutes. And then she said, she was working really hard. She was like nine years old. And then she became, because her, both her parents were working, I believe in the fast food industry. And she had a younger sister, so she had to learn how to cook for her parents and her. Her sister and even some extended family. And so she said I learned English from like watching, watching the joy of painting with Bob Ross. Wow. Yes. And then she said she watched shows with Rachel Ray and em, Emerald Lagosi like on food network and, and she said like she wanted to become, she learned from those shows. She wanted to become really famous. And so she would do the cooking in like she was on her own food network show in front of the audience. Her younger sister, [00:55:00] Miko Lee: so cute. So cute and shout out to VIN G and bar go, who founded that and also run the Berkeley south Asian radical history walking tour. If you haven't been on that, you should because it's amazing. I am sad to say that this brings our evening to a close. Thank you so much for joining us. I wanna just say that back in the corner, we have the most amazing east wind books, our local bookstore, yay. East wind books. And we didn't touch on one of the questions that I wanted to ask, but about Asian American, the terminology, Asian American Pacific Islander actually. Expressed a whole episode on that interviewing Harvey, Don, who is the founder of east wind books and is a fellow professor of ethnic studies at UC Berkeley. [00:55:49] Cathy Cenzia Choy: And one of the veterans of the strike is also here from the late 1960s both that took place in San Francisco state college as it was then as, as well as UC Berkeley. And that's part of the reason why I have my livelihood and is it part of the legacy? This book is part of that legacy. [00:56:09] Miko Lee: So check out our legacy Asian American history is of the United States by our amazing guest, Kathy Cena Cho, you can get the books and get autographed back in the corner. We thank you for supporting independent bookstores. [00:56:24] Cathy Cenzia Choy: Thank. [00:56:31] Miko Lee: Thank you so much for joining us, please check out our website, kpfa.org backslash program. Backslash apex express. To find out more about our show tonight and to find out how you can take direct action. We thank all of you listeners out there. Keep resisting, keep organizing, keep creating and sharing your visions with the world. Because your voices are important. Apex express is a proud member of the acre network, Asian Americans for civil rights and equality apex express is produced by Miko Lee, Jalena Keane-Lee, Paige Chung, Hien Nguyen and Nate Tan and with special editing by Swati Rayasaman. Thank you so much to the KPFA staff for their support. Have a great The post APEX Express – 10.27.22 Cathy Ceniza Choy appeared first on KPFA.

Motorcycle Men
Episode 328 - Riding on Dumb Woman's Lane

Motorcycle Men

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 99:00 Very Popular


Hello Boys and Girls,In Today's show we talked about......Zero and BDR Team upHarley Wins Flattrack ChampionshipHBO Max releases Jessi Combs DocumentaryTesla Autopilot kills motorcyclist..... again.Clubs Chris can JoinEventsPaul Pelland - Chasing the Cure for MS - Riding a million miles for MSBuy us a coffeeMotorcycle Men JeopardyMotorcycle Men Fat Ass Santa Christmas GiveawaySpecial Thanks to our Sponsors: Tobacco MotorwearScorpion Helmets Wild-Ass Seats The Motorcycle Men is supporting: David's Dream and Believe Cancer FoundationThe Gold Star Ride Foundation  Chasing the Cure for MSDon't forget to get over to YouTube and check out the Ride with Ted videos. ​​​​​​​Support the podcast and BUY US  A COFFEERemember boys and girls, we say stupid crap so you don't have to.Support the show

Arrive Alive!
Moto- Entrepreneurs Share Their Approach to Dirt & Street Riding Safety

Arrive Alive!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 58:16


Jay and Jon's passion for riding helped to build a platform called KickstandUp,  that brings motorcyclists together. You can't run a business if you crash your bike - so safety is just as important as riding pleasure. Today, they share how they enjoy riding and staying safe while explaining how they hope to transform the motorcycle community. 

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 081: Like A Beaver Full Of Cheese

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 84:45


'The art of rhythmical composition, written or spoken, for exciting pleasure by beautiful, imaginative, or elevated thoughts.' None of these words from dictionary.com's definition of poetry relate in any way to what Boris delivers each episode. For that, you would need to add terms like tawdry, profane, puerile, defamatory and NSFW. Oh, and entertaining. As this week's effort - 'The Hot Girl Yogurt' - proves. It is as offensive as the title suggests and yet, somehow, the giant mad bastard makes it work. There's other stuff in this episode, too, but really, it's the poem that steals the show. Again. Get it in your ears, people. It won't make you a better person but it will make you laugh and ultimately, that's all we can really hope for isn't it? The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. ​ We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. ​ Click on the bloody links. Please. ​ SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. ​ Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. ​ Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. ​ Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. ​ Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. ​ Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. ​ Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. ​ Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock.

The Noco Moto Motorcycle Podcast
Early Serial Killer Detection Scooter

The Noco Moto Motorcycle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 112:01 Very Popular


Were back after only 1 week this time! Phillip Island was rad, we suggest some new rules around motorcycle lighting and Swigs brings a contender for all time worst bike ever.worst bike this week: the nippi trppibest bike this week: The Majestic Support the show

Mobile Tech Podcast with tnkgrl Myriam Joire
Exploring decarbonization with Infineon, Moto rollable phone concept, iPad Pro M2, and Razer Edge with Rob Conant and Max Buondonno

Mobile Tech Podcast with tnkgrl Myriam Joire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 74:52


This is episode 291 of the Mobile Tech Podcast with guests Rob Conant (Infineon) and Max Buondonno (Matridox) -- brought to you by Infineon. This week's show comes in two parts. First, we discuss how decarbonization is becoming critical for the companies making the chips in our mobile devices. Second (16:02), we share our thoughts on Moto's rollable phone and laptop concepts, then cover Apple's perplexing new iPads, the exciting new Razer Edge, and more.Episode Links- Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tnkgrl- Donate: https://tnkgrl.com/tnkgrl/- Infineon: https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/promopages/oktobertech/americas/ (sponsor)- Rob Conant: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robconant/- Max Buondonno: https://twitter.com/LegendaryScoop- Moto rollable phone concept: https://www.theverge.com/2022/10/18/23409591/motorola-rollable-phone-concept-flexible-device-lenovo- Lenovo rollable laptop concept: https://matridox.com/news/lenovo-made-a-laptop-with-a-growing-screen-teased-during-tech-world-2022/- Apple iPad Pro M2: https://www.theverge.com/2022/10/18/23398242/apple-ipad-pro-m2-2022-features-specs-price- Apple iPad 10th gen: https://matridox.com/news/apple-ipad-10th-generation-announced/- Razer Edge: https://www.gsmarena.com/razer_edge_handheld_android_console_announced-news-56188.php- iQOO Neo 7: https://www.gsmarena.com/iqoo_neo7_announced_with_dimensity_9000_and_120w_fast_charging_-news-56234.php

Tunay na Rider
Episode 119.5: What to consider when planning a Moto Trip with JT Elliot

Tunay na Rider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 24:57


The fun is not over with JT! This episode, JT shares his tips and tricks on what to prepare when going on an adventure ride. Side A Side B underwear? Dry fit clothes? bringing 30000 pesos? listen in for more.

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 080: A Dingo Ate My Baby!

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 96:55


Boris might be an imposing figure of a man but when it comes to motorcycles and the men who race them he much more resembles a 12-year-old girl at a boy band concert. And it's a beautiful thing. Fresh back from Phillip Island where the cult of Moto PG came into the light (with everyone from riders to officials pledging their love for the Greatest Motorcycling Podcast on Earth) Boris has news. And a poem. And a letter from George. And there is racing to talk about, too. Some of the best racing ever seen. Freido does an Australian accent and Tug tries to keep the whole thing on track. Of course, it's a disaster and a shambles. And glorious. And it's ready for you to listen. What are you waiting for? The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. Click on the bloody links. Please. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto.

The Fabrication Station
Episode 12 - With Special guest Michael Torres from Cyclus Moto

The Fabrication Station

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 67:57


I was able to catch up with Michael Torres from Cyclus Moto while hanging out in Wildwood NJ a the rain out for TROG. Michael is a new comer to the fabrication world and gives good insight on his journey of starting out into fabrication.check out Cyclusmoto.com for all the great products Michael has to offer as well as how he gives back to the community

Pulsa Start
Los Caballeros de Gotham irán en moto a 30 fps

Pulsa Start

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 13:20


La productora ejecutiva lo confirma a través de Discord. La productora ejecutiva de Gotham Knight confirma que el juego irá a 30 fps sin modo rendimiento en consolas, algo que ha generado cierta disconformidad entre la comunidad y los fans de la saga.  Hazte mecenas y apóyame en Patreon Sigue a @a_marquino en Twitter.

The Noco Moto Motorcycle Podcast
Link Hogthrob will return to Leopard

The Noco Moto Motorcycle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 93:01 Very Popular


Lets very quickly catch up on GP and make horrible predictions and wild speculationsJaume masialink hogthrobworst bike: cb750 hornetSupport the show

Enduro Method
Mike Tlusty of Deja Moto Suspension

Enduro Method

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 70:53


Suspension is more than forks and shocks, it encompasses every aspect of how the machine responds to the inputs that are expressed by the rider and terrain. Each individual has different levels of competency on the bike, so no two setups will be exactly the same for optimal performance. The nuances are endless, and usually not where your time and money are best spent. Mike is able to give some great actionable advice about how to figure out what is best for you and your riding style and discipline, before worrying about going off the deep end on a premium setup. Enduro Method Links: Enduro Method is an online strength and conditioning program built for those who ride by those who ride. We are Professional coaches dedicated to building the best and most revolutionary off-the-bike training for dirt bikers around. We are offering a special discount to our podcast listeners…use discount code empodcast22 for 50% off your first month of subscription. Website: https://enduromethod.com The gram: https://www.instagram.com/enduromethod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/enduromethod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh-kUIDoNbuBD38rZGJUh9g Got questions? Podcast topics? Interested in training? Send us a DM on the socials or send us an email at info@enduromethod.com!

Bitches on Comics
Episode 139: I'm Telling You What I'm Scared Of featuring Wi-Moto Nyoka

Bitches on Comics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 75:28


Learn more about Wi-Moto Nyoka at Follow Dusky Projects and Black Women Are Scary on InstagramListen to Black Women Are Scary anywhere you get podcasts and don't forget to show some financial support if you like what you hear, which you will! You can learn more at her website!Monika and Sara have both guested on BWAS's Flash Fiction Friday to discuss some of the excellent selections of the series. You can listen to Monika's episode discussing "Outcasts" by Valjeanne Jeffers here and Sara's episode discussing "Nature" by Kim M. Musamy here.You can follow Bitches on Comics on Instagram and Twitter @BitchesOnComics and you can follow our hosts: Sara Century: @saracentury (Instagram and Twitter), S.E. Fleenor: @se_fleenor (Instagram and Twitter), and Monika Estrella Negra: Instagram and Twitter. Follow our Sound Editor Kate on Twitter.Show us some love by giving us a 5-star Review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, PodChaser, or wherever you get your podcasts.Support us by joining our Patreon Community.Keep in touch with us and see what we're up to by visiting our website: BitchesOnComics.comBitches on Comics is a Queer Spec project. Check out our other projects! Learn more about Queer Spec at: QueerSpec.com

TeapotOne - Bru Time
Bru Time #103 - Ollie Moto

TeapotOne - Bru Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 115:53


Ollie Moto is a youtuber within the motorbike world, but also a full-time winchman and paramedic within British Search and Rescue. His friendly and open character, together with his skills behind both the handlebars and camera, make for highly entertaining and engaging content.Check out his incredible 'Full HD' series at https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5Foa5nsEbYvP7lSTLjyenwNNyCQeXbYMOllie's Socials:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OllieMotoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ollie_motoFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olliemotoTravel Escapes Hassle free Tailor-made holidays from staycations, day experiences, cruises, luxury holidays & moreINNOVV UK INNOVV the BEST motorcycle dash cam systems - Use the code TEAPOT for 5% OFF all camerasUltimateAddOns Premium manufacturer of phone and action camera mounting solutions - Use TEAPOTONE10 for 10% offInfluencer Store The Influencer Store helps you build your brand and apparel - mention TEAPOTONESupport the show

Phones Show Chat
Phones Show Chat episode 716 ("Steve Heinrich, Only buy if the back is cracked!",09/10/2022)

Phones Show Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 62:00


Phones Show Chat 716 - Show Notes Steve Litchfield and Ted Salmon with Steve Heinrich MeWe Groups Join Links PSC - PSC Photos - PSC Classifieds - Steve - Ted Feedback and Contributions Google Pixel 7 Event Microsoft Launch event on the 12th October Pixel October Security Update with 9 fixes Android 13 QPR1 Beta 2 Malcolm Bryant on Banking apps on Android Xiaomi 12T Pro launches w/ 200MP camera, Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, 120W charging Xiaomi 12T and 12T Pro will receive 3 major OS Updates and 4 Years of Security Xiaomi 12T vs Xiaomi 12T Pro Device Week Samsung Galaxy S10e Moto One 5G Ace Samsung Galaxy Flip3 - Ted's Review Nothing Phone 1 Wavelet Brushed Titanium from XtremeSkins Sony Xperia 5 Mk.II vs Mk.III vs Mk.IV Qi Coil on Amazon Photo of the Month Winner for September 2022 from PSC Photos Armadillo Building, Kenny Gordon, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: Links of Interest PodHubUK - Twitter - MeWe PSC Group - PSC Photos - PSC Classifieds - WhateverWorks - Camera Creations - TechAddictsUK - The TechBox - Chewing Gum for the Ears - Projector Room - Coffee Time - Ted's Salmagundi - Steve's Rants'n'Raves - Steve's YouTube Shorts

Highside / Lowside: Motorcycle Podcast
S6 E4: The WORST Moto Purchases

Highside / Lowside: Motorcycle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 119:27 Very Popular


Sometimes buying a motorcycle doesn't quite live up to our expectations. You can do all the research but sometimes you just get disappointed or worse, a lemon. The associate editor of Common Tread, Andy Greaser is no stranger to finding lemons but he also loves turning those lemons into lemonade. Andy joins Spurg and Zack to chat about some of the worst motorcycle purchases they've ever made. Have you had a bike purchase turn out to be not quite what you expected? Let us know!   Check out more from RevZilla: Common Tread: News, opinions, and written reviews RevZillaTV: Bike reviews, How-To's, and product videos

Orbital
5G is here. Should you buy a 4G phone?

Orbital

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 32:40


5G is starting to roll out in India. Is this still a good time to purchase a 4G-only smartphone? Gadgets 360 senior reviewer Sheldon Pinto and reviewer Pranav Hegde join Orbital host Akhil Arora to discuss just that — through the perspective of the Moto G72. Read: Moto G72 hands-on: promising all-rounder misses out on 5G Launched earlier this week, the Moto G72 is a sub-Rs. 20,000 phone that offers a 120Hz HDR OLED display, a 108-megapixel rear camera, and a big 5000mAh battery. But there's no 5G. Pinto and Hegde offer their expert views, to help you decide whether you should buy a 4G phone in India today, or opt for a 5G alternative from Moto, Redmi, OnePlus, and beyond. Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at podcast@gadgets360.com Chapters Intro (00:00) 4G phone in 5G era (00:22) The 5G hype (06:23) Moto G72 (11:14) What does Moto think? (14:35) 4G and 5G alternatives (25:24) Outro (31:49) Photo credits: Pranav Hegde/Gadgets 360

TalkBricks Masters - A LEGO Masters Recap Podcast
LEGO Masters | Season 3, Episode 3 - Brickin' Bull Ride Rodeo Recap

TalkBricks Masters - A LEGO Masters Recap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 125:47


Welcome to TalkBricks Masters - A LEGO Masters Weekly Recap Podcast! This week Michael (from the LEGO YouTube channel TalkBricks) is joined by former contestants, Moto, Mell Brown, & Dave Kaleta to talk through episode 3!! We break down each of the builds to see which ones rode to victory and which got bucked by the bull!! Check out our social media to send along questions for our future guests - @TalkBricks on all social media platforms!

Pit Racing
Episode 20 - Live From Moto City (feat. Nate Orr, Daniel Orr, & Mark Blackwell)

Pit Racing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 154:01


In this episode we are joined by Nate and Daniel Orr from Newcastle, Oklahoma. Nate is an up and coming amateur motocross racer who has recently had some impressive finishes at major national championships such as Loretta Lynn's and Mini O's. We discuss Nate's future goals in the sport, and he and his dad Daniel tell the story of how he got into motocross. Daniel was an accomplished racer in his own right, having raced alongside Robbie Reynard during his career and even finishing ahead of him one year in the mud at the Dallas supercross. Daniel talks about his time in the sport as well as his perspective on being a moto dad. He also tells a story about how he wound up with Robbie Reynard's 125 supercross championship bike in his garage for 25 years! Later in the episode we are joined by our good friend Mark Blackwell and we talk about the state of Oklahoma motocross as well as some discussion on professional racing. 

Habari za UN
METHALI: Kinga na kinga ndipo moto huwaka

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 0:01


Hii leo katika Jifunze Lugha ya Kiswahili, Dkt. Josephat Gitonga ambaye ni Mhadhiri Mwandamizi katika Chuo Kikuu Nairobi nchini Kenya, kitengo cha Utafsiri na Ukalimani anachambua maana ya methali, Kinga na kinga ndipo moto  huwaka. Karibu!

Motorcycle Men
Episode 327 - Up on Kitchen Dick Road with Steve

Motorcycle Men

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 104:00 Very Popular


Hello Boys and Girls,In todays episode we talk aboutWhere we've beenRidesHarley kicks butt in MotoAmericaYoutuber to ride around the world on an electric ZeroLivewire S2 Del Mar opens reservations again.Chris Comly writes of his Hoka Hey ExperienceBarber Vintage FestivalSpecial Thanks to our Sponsors: Tobacco MotorwearScorpion Helmets Wild-Ass Seats The Motorcycle Men is supporting: David's Dream and Believe Cancer FoundationThe Gold Star Ride Foundation  Don't forget to get over to YouTube and check out the Ride with Ted videos. Support the podcast and BUY US  A COFFEERemember boys and girls, we say stupid crap so you don't have to.Support the show

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 079: The Birth of F*#ky Boy

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 99:28


You'd think three talentless bums who lucked their way into a successful podcast thanks to some extraordinary (and ongoing) work behind the scenes would be grateful for the help, wouldn't you? Especially when the figure of their fun is the person who writes the show notes? And yet here we are. But enough about the internal squabbling that is integral to what makes this the Greatest Motorcycling Podcast In The World. This week Simmo is back in the studio because apparently three listeners didn't hate him, Tug is back from Japan and busy not fixing his girlfriend's bike and Boris and Freido are...well...Boris and Freido. If you're new, welcome. If you're a regular, welcome back. But no matter which you are, hit the play button now. The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. Click on the bloody links. Please. Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to.

The Noco Moto Motorcycle Podcast
Almost lost

The Noco Moto Motorcycle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 88:00 Very Popular


holy crap we almost lost this episode, but now it is foundSupport the show

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official
A TikToker took a 100-year-old war vet to Disneyland.

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official