Do you have any expectations for Frank Clark? Plus, Clark Hunt is not a fan of Bob's singing, Mitch Holthus joins the guys for his weekly chat, go ahead & hammer the under for next week, and Neil Smith joins the guys on a Red Friday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome aboard the Decade Bird, where I, protocol droid J O 3, am reading and recapping Star Wars Books from both Star Wars Canon and Star Wars Legends, also known as Star Wars Expanded Universe. Today, I am recapping Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of ThonBoka, the conclusion of L. Neil Smith's masterpiece Legends trilogy, Star Wars: The Lando Calrissian Adventures. So let's make the jump to hyperspace, and join Lando and Vuffi Raa, in Deep Space. Special thanks to Wookieepedia https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Lando_Calrissian_and_the_Starcave_of_ThonBoka --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/decadebird/support
In The 2021 Primer, Steve Bonham and Neil Smith go over some of the big storylines to watch and understand as you listen to the 32 in 32 series. The Primer will be referenced multiple times throughout the individual team breakdowns and is the perfect jumping-off point for the team discussions.
Welcome aboard the Decade Bird, where I, protocol droid J O 3, am reading and recapping Star Wars Books from both Star Wars Canon and Star Wars Legends, also known as Star Wars Expanded Universe. Today, I am recapping Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon, the second installment of L. Neil Smith's masterpiece trilogy, The Lando Calrissian Adventures. So lets make the jump to hyperspace, and join Lando Calrissian, and Vuffi Raa, in the Rafa system. Special thanks to Wookieepedia https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Lando_Calrissian_and_the_Flamewind_of_Oseon#Plot_summary --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/decadebird/support
A new breed of digital-only retailers are spending huge sums of money marketing themselves as the best way to buy a car, but is this really the case and can more traditional showroom-based dealers win online as well as off-line? In the latest Auto Retail Live broadcast we'll look into the detail of these business and what retailers with physical showrooms can learn from this new model. In our next Auto Retail Live webinar New entrants, the changing landscape of auto retail, Simon Dixon, founder of Rockar, Neil Smith former operations director for Cazoo and Darren Preddy, Rapid RTC sales director will all delve into the details of online retailing. The focus for this webinar will be to provide insight into online retailing and what traditional retailers can learn from the new online-only entrants. Key topics for discussion include: How to cope with vehicle returns Do customer buy without a test drive National vs local marketing How to handle customer enquires without a showroom Stock sourcing and stock turn Logistics of home delivery
The running buddy for Chiefs all-time great Derrick Thomas, Neil Smith achieved stardom on his own as well. The fierce defensive end who usually lined up on the opposite side of the defense as Thomas, Smith stands as the third leading tackler in franchise history, even though he only played nine seasons in Kansas City. The Chiefs gave up a lot to move up one spot to grab him in the 1988 NFL Draft, and it was well worth it.
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Suicide is not something that discriminates. It does not have any economic, status, or gender boundary. Margaret Stone and Neil Smith join us to talk about a topic impacting so many people. Speaking from the heart and a place of vulnerability, Margaret and Neil share their experience with suicide in their family and how to help people who are going through a difficult time in their lives. Visit our website at: beyondthebalancesheet.com
In this second episode of our series on the government's response to the Paycheck Protection Program, white collar practitioners Chris Nasson, David Rybicki, Neil Smith, and Hayley Trahan-Liptak discuss the second phase of enforcement actions that are expected from the government, what the government may be looking for when reviewing borrower's PPP loan, and how a PPP borrower can prepare for a potential audit or enforcement action.
Marx is often accused of what has been called a Promethean vision of human social organisation, namely that human beings, using their superior brains, knowledge and technical prowess, can and should impose their will on the rest of the planet or what is called ‘nature' – for better or worse. On the 200th anniversary of his birth, Engels too must be saved from the same charge.Actually, Engels was well ahead of Marx (yet again) in connecting the destruction and damage to the environment that industrialisation was causing. Engels' major work (written with Marx's help), The Dialectics of Nature, written in the years up to 1883, just after Marx's death, is often subject to attack as extending Marx's materialist conception of history as applied to humans, into nature in a non-Marxist way. And yet, in his book, Engels could not be clearer on the dialectical relation between humans and nature. it's time to revise the revisionists. Engels and Ecology The Urban Political Ecology of Friedrich Engels - Camilla Royle This paper takes the 200th anniversary of Engels's birth in November 1820 to rethink his contribution to what we might today call urban political ecology. Marxist thinkers within critical environmental geography, have long argued for a focus on the natural processes that constitute the urban environment, demonstrating how the urban is shaped by both social and ecological processes. Their approach is rooted in a dialectical rather than a mechanistic materialism. While some have cited Engels as an early advocate of these views, others – such as Neil Smith in Uneven Development – have been more critical of his views on nature, seeing them as representing a dualist approach alien to Marx's understanding. This paper will address these debates by highlighting Engels's work on housing conditions, air and water pollution as well as his writings on infectious disease pandemics of the time such as typhus and cholera. It will show how Engels's approach to public health and his accusations of “social murder” perpetuated by the ruling class predates the analysis of structural violence developed by critical theorists of global health over a century later. It will suggest that Engels's understanding of how capitalist social relations produced an urban environment detrimental to workers aligns with Marx's views. PLEASE NOTE: All events for HM Online are free to register, however we would ask comrades who are able to please consider supporting the Historical Materialism project. Please consider subscribing to the Historical Materialism journal, published by BRILL, who are currently offering a 25% discount on individual subscriptions, valid until the end of the year. To use the offer, quote the discount code 70997 when subscribing at: www.brill.com/hima Also, please consider subscribing to the Historical Materialism book series through Haymarket Books. For $25 per month, this subscription gets you every new title from the Historical Materialism series when it is released (as long as your subscription remains active) plus a 50% discount on *all* Haymarket books titles via our website. Non-US subscribers will be charged an extra $20/month for international shipping. https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/894-haymarket-book-club-historical-materialism-series Watch the live event recording: https://youtu.be/EbGrV9UzYo4 Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks
In this first episode of our series on the government's response to the Paycheck Protection Program, white collar practitioners Chris Nasson, David Rybicki, Neil Smith, and Hayley Trahan-Liptak provide an overview of the program, identify issues that arose with the roll out of the program, and discuss the first phase of the government's enforcement response.
A real treat on Sports Daily, former Chiefs defensive end Neil Smith gives us a call. We talk Chiefs, football, and a smooth swing sack celebration. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Don't be shocked when you finish listening to this interview, you tell yourself this is one of the best episodes you've heard on the Cam and Strick Podcast. The name Neil Smith is more familiar to some than others, depending on your age. But if you scroll through hockey history his name pops up everywhere. And we mean everywhere. From drafting Nicklas Lidstrom and Sergei Federov, to bailing Kevin Stevens out of an East St. Louis jail, to almost landing Eric Lindros out of the OHL, to even fighting with Mike Keenan and Mike Milbury. Seriously, this is just the tip of the iceberg with Neil Smith, there is so much more. He's the only one to lead the New York Rangers to a Stanley Cup since 1940 too so he brings some credibility as a hockey man, not to mention his draft excellence. Was he blackballed out of the NHL? His stories are endless, do yourself a favor, sit back and enjoy this installment of the Cam and Strick Podcast.
This week, Liberty and Kelly discuss The Cold Vanish, The Voting Booth, Want, and more great books. This episode was sponsored by Book Riot Insiders, the digital hangout spot for the Book Riot community; TBR, Book Riot’s subscription service offering Tailored Book Recommendations for readers of all stripes; and Ecco Books and The Son of Good Fortune by Lysley Tenorio. Pick up an All the Books! 200th episode commemorative item here. Subscribe to All the Books! using RSS, iTunes, or Spotify and never miss a beat book. Sign up for the weekly New Books! newsletter for even more new book news. BOOKS DISCUSSED ON THE SHOW: The Cold Vanish: Seeking the Missing in North America’s Wildlands by Jon Billman Into the Streets: A Young Person’s Visual History of Protest in the United States by Marke Bieschke The Color of Air: A Novel by Gail Tsukiyama The Voting Booth by Brandy Colbert Want: A Novel by Lynn Steger Strong The Sirens of Mars: Searching for Life on Another World by Sarah Stewart Johnson Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century by Alice Wong WHAT WE’RE READING: My Eyes Are Up Here by Laura Zimmermann Leave the World Behind: A Novel by Rumaan Alam MORE BOOKS OUT THIS WEEK: Once You Go This Far: A Mystery by Kristen Lepionka Alice Knott by Blake Butler Mother Daughter Widow Wife: A Novel by Robin Wasserman Separated: Inside an American Tragedy by Jacob Soboroff Marah Chase and the Fountain of Youth: A Novel by Jay Stringer After the Body: New & Selected Poems by Cleopatra Mathis Seekers of the Wild Realm (The Wild Realm) by Alexandra Ott Eight Lane Runaways by Henry McCausland Let Them Eat Pancakes: One Man’s Personal Revolution in the City of Light by Craig Carlson Breathing Through the Wound: A Novel by Víctor del Árbol, Lisa Dillman (translator) Memoirs and Misinformation: A novel by Jim Carrey and Dana Vachon Antkind: A Novel by Charlie Kaufman You’re Next by Kylie Schachte Katrina: A History, 1915–2015 by Andy Horowitz Long Story Short: Turning Famous Books into Cartoons by Mr. Fish Let them Eat Tweets: How the Right Rules in an Age of Extreme Inequality by Jacob S. Hacker, Paul Pierson The Marked Volume 1: Fresh Ink by David Hine, Brian Haberlin, Geirrod Van Dyke Hard Wired by Len Vlahos Girl, Serpent, Thorn by Melissa Bashardoust The Damned by Renée Ahdieh The Psychic Soviet by Ian F Svenonius Members Only by Sameer Pandya Paying the Land by Joe Sacco Coop Knows the Scoop by Taryn Souders Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall Feminist City: Claiming Space in a Man-Made World by Leslie Kern How to Take Awesome Photos of Cats by Andrew Marttila The Rules of Contagion: Why Things Spread–And Why They Stop by Adam Kucharski Fresh Water for Flowers by Valérie Perrin, Hildegarde Serle (translator) The Hungover Games: A True Story by Sophie Heawood The Lost City: The Omte Origins (from the World of the Trylle) by Amanda Hocking The Well-Gardened Mind: The Restorative Power of Nature by Sue Stuart-Smith Rockaway: Surfing Headlong into a New Life by Diane Cardwell Dewey Defeats Truman: The 1948 Election and the Battle for America’s Soul by A. J. Baime Demagogue: The Life and Long Shadow of Senator Joe McCarthy by Larry Tye The Golden Thread: The Cold War and the Mysterious Death of Dag Hammarskjöld by Ravi Somaiya Live to Tell the Tale: Combat Tactics for Player Characters by Keith Ammann Notes on a Silencing: A Memoir by Lacy Crawford Gatecrasher: How I Helped the Rich Become Famous and Ruin the World by Ben Widdicombe A Natural History of Color: The Science Behind What We See and How We See it by Rob DeSalle One to Watch: A Novel by Kate Stayman-London Random Sh*t Flying Through the Air by Jackson Ford Lady Romeo: The Radical and Revolutionary Life of Charlotte Cushman, America’s First Celebrity by Tana Wojczuk Miss Graham’s Cold War Cookbook: A Novel by Celia Rees Of Mutts and Men (A Chet & Bernie Mystery) by Spencer Quinn The Ballad of Big Feeling by Ari Braverman Modern Witchcraft: Goddess Empowerment for the Kick-Ass Woman by Deborah Blake The Book of Fatal Errors (The Feylawn Chronicles) by Dashka Slater Quitter: A Memoir of Drinking, Relapse, and Recovery by Erica C. Barnett The Lost and Found Bookshop: A Novel by Susan Wiggs Bonnie: A Novel by Christina Schwarz True Love: A Novel by Sarah Gerard In the Land of Good Living: A Journey to the Heart of Florida by Kent Russell The End of White Politics: How to Heal Our Liberal Divide by Zerlina Maxwell Red Dust by Yoss, David Frye (translator) Say It Louder!: Black Voters, White Narratives, and Saving Our Democracy by Tiffany Cross The Good Luck Stone by Heather Bell Adams Monstress: Stories (Art of the Story) by Lysley Tenorio Craigslist Confessional: A Collection of Secrets from Anonymous Strangers by Helena Dea Bala Every Sky a Grave: A Novel by Jay Posey Watching You Without Me: A novel by Lynn Coady The Big Book of Mars by Marc Hartzman The Book of Dragons: An Anthology by Jonathan Strahan Sensation Machines by Adam Wilson Bright Precious Thing: A Memoir by Gail Caldwell Mapping Humanity: How Modern Genetics Is Changing Criminal Justice, Personalized Medicine, and Our Identities by Joshua Z. Rappoport Lake Life: A Novel by David James Poissant Fast Girls: A Novel of the 1936 Women’s Olympic Team by Elise Hooper You Again: A Novel by Debra Jo Immergut An Education in Ruin by Alexis Bass B*witch by Paige McKenzie and Nancy Ohlin Dress Coded by Carrie Firestone Survivor Song: A Novel by Paul Tremblay Last One Out Shut Off the Lights by Stephanie Soileau The Caiplie Caves: Poems by Karen Solie Desert Notebooks: A Road Map for the End of Time by Ben Ehrenreich The Lost Art of Dying: Reviving Forgotten Wisdom by L.S. Dugdale American Follies by Norman Lock Scorpionfish by Natalie Bakopoulos 22 Minutes of Unconditional Love by Daphne Merkin Out of Time by David Klass Open Secrets by Sheila Kohler The Case of the Vanishing Blonde: And Other True Crime Stories by Mark Bowden The Party Upstairs by Lee Conell Haunted Heroine (Heroine Complex Book 4) by Sarah Kuhn Not Like the Movies by Kerry Winfrey The Princess Will Save You by Sarah Henning Accidental by Alex Richards A Peculiar Peril (The Misadventures of Jonathan Lambshead) by Jeff VanderMeer The Vapors: A Southern Family, the New York Mob, and the Rise and Fall of Hot Springs, America’s Forgotten Capital of Vice by David Hill Cinderella Is Dead by Kalynn Bayron All These Monsters by Amy Tintera The Bright Lands by John Fram Becoming Duchess Goldblatt by Anonymous Unravel the Dusk (The Blood of Stars) by Elizabeth Lim Not Your All-American Girl by Wendy Wan-Long Shang and Madelyn Rosenberg Faith: Taking Flight by Julie Murphy Unconquerable Sun by Kate Elliott Cool for America: Stories by Andrew Martin Florence Adler Swims Forever: A Novel by Rachel Beanland Vernon Subutex 2: A Novel by Virginie Despentes, Frank Wynne (translator) Branwell: A Novel of the Brontë Brother by Douglas A. Martin Artifact by Arlene Heyman Scare Me by K. R. Alexander Cinderbiter: Celtic Poems by Martin Shaw and Tony Hoagland Hurry Home: A Novel by Roz Nay The Heir Affair (The Royal We) by Heather Cocks, Jessica Morgan Or What You Will by Jo Walton Ghost Hunter’s Daughter by Dan Poblocki Love, Jacaranda by Alex Flinn Not Another Love Song by Olivia Wildenstein The Golden Thread: The Cold War Mystery Surrounding the Death of Dag Hammarskjöld by Ravi Somaiya The Act of Living: What the Great Psychologists Can Teach Us About Finding Fulfillment by Frank Tallis The Beauty in Breaking: A Memoir by Michele Harper The Unleashed by Danielle Vega A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor: A Novel by Hank Green The Golden Cage by Camilla Läckberg, Neil Smith (translator) Finders Creepers (Half Past Peculiar Book 1) by Derek Fridolfs, Dustin Nguyen Fraternity: Stories by Benjamin Nugent The Last Wife by Karen Hamilton The Heart and Other Monsters: A Memoir by Rose Andersen Standoff: Race, Policing, and a Deadly Assault That Gripped a Nation by Jamie Thompson The Shadows: A Novel by Alex North The Patient by Jasper DeWitt The Son of Good Fortune: A Novel by Lysley Tenorio Muse Squad: The Cassandra Curse by Chantel Acevedo How to Write a Story by Kate Messner, Mark Siegel Danbi Leads the School Parade by Anna Kim History Smashers: The Mayflower by Kate Messner
Ron Duguay opens the show chatting with NY Post sports writer Mollie Walker about the Rangers playing in Las Vegas when they return to the ice in July. NY Post senior writer Kirsten Fleming then joins the show to talk about her story on Jacob Trouba's cooking and his upcoming marriage. NY Post Rangers beat writer Larry Brooks then joins Ron to look back on the Blueshirts' 1994 run to a Stanley Cup title, when he was covering the Devils. A member of that '94 team, Jay Wells, then chats with Ron and Larry. Wells discusses the memories from that team, the transition from the '92-93 team to '93-94, his role in New York, the tension between Mike Keenan and Neil Smith and the team's unsung heroes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices