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Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Mark Lye, Tom Patri, Jonathan Shuskey, & Tony Ruggiero Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 114:00


Former Tour Player & Broadcaster Mark Lye, Top Instructor Tom Patri, Retired Army Infantryman & 39 Year Old College Golfer Jonathan Shuskey, & Host of Tour Coach Podcast Tony Ruggiero Join Me...

Cuentos para irse a Dormir
El Cuento de Monkey Island

Cuentos para irse a Dormir

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 24:52


Acompáñanos para descubrir como Guybrush Threepwood, un joven inocente lucha por conseguir su sueño y se convierte en pirata y forja su leyenda, que sigue viva más de 30 años después viviendo nuevas aventuras. AMIGUITOS MAIL NUEVO cuentos.laraymanu@gmail.com Carmen nos manda un audio de Curri. Somos Estrella (hija) de 5 años y María José (mamá). Nos gusta mucho vuestros cuentos y Estrella los oye todas las noches, en especial el del Tren Mágico que es su preferido. Os manda un audio con el cuento que le gustaría que hiciérais. Muchos besos y muchas gracias! Saludos desde Grazalema. ACIERTAN MISION IMPOSIBLE La respuesta es “misión imposible”.Saludos desde San Sebastián de Marta, Lucía y Santiago. Muchos besos La respuesta a la adivinanza es misión imposible gracias por vuestros cuentos son geniales,saludos a Galletana y Jimena de Extremadura muchísimos besos y abrazos Hola Lara y Manu , soy Alejandro de Sevilla la adivinanza es ajente 007 ( James Bones) hola soy lucia de 9 la adivinanza es misión imposible llevo viendo este podcast desde que empezaste a acer podcast y me los he visto todos y mi hermano se llama Marcos hola Lara y Manu soy Marco de 8 años y mi mamá Patri de 46 la adivinanza es misión imposible un besito para todos Hola,soy Asier el hijo de noelia la adivinanza es misión imposible y me gustaría que hicierais un cuento de cup head otro de my hero academia hunter x hunter saludos desde Funes que estamos de vacaciones Violeta: Hola lara y manu la adivinanza ses de 007 o james bond chao lara y manu Sem Melero: Jajajajaja que buena la adivinanza... María ha dicho que es de Misión Imposible y eso que no ha visto ninguna película. Muy bueno también el cuento. Gracias por compartir y Feliz Verano, chicos. Hola Lara y Manu, somos Ángela y Luciano , de 7 y 5 años. la adivinanza es Misión Imposible ( me ha ayudado mi papá ) . Nos gustan mucho vuestros cuentos y los podcasts. Siempre que vamos de camino a algún sitio mi papá nos los pone. mi cumple es el 30 de agosto, cumplo 8 años, me haría mucha ilusión que me felicitarais. De Sevilla. Crescente, María Paz, José Pedro y Manuel (todos de apellido Tuñón y de 10, 8, 5 años y el último de 10 meses) dicen que es Misión Imposible!!! Ya tenemos una Lara y un Manuel en nuestra familia (le pusimos Lara a nuestra perrita por ustedes❤️❤️❤️😊). Hola Lara y Manu. Somos Eva (de 5 años), Ana (de 3 años) y Mario (de 11 meses), de Valladolid. Nos gustan mucho vuestros cuentos y queremos que contéis el de Vaiana, Caperucita Roja y Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Nos habéis entretenido mucho las comidas de este verano, muchas gracias. PD. Misión: Imposible Vicente Antonio Caravaca Just: La respuesta es misión imposible SALUDITOS Nadal Gracias por las recomendaciones... ¡¡y muchas felicidades Manu!! Patricia Perelli: Cada día disfruto más de vuestros estupendos cuentos, así estoy con los cascos puestos sonriendo al escucharles y al verme mi familia ya me dicen : - Ahhh jeje con seguridad estás escuchando a Lara y Manu 😂😉👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Jeje y ASÍ ES!!!! Besitos y MUCHAS GRACIAS por los saluditos! Les quiero MOGOLLÓN!!!! 🙌🏻🙋🏻‍♀️😘😘😘 hola somos Lucas de 8 años y Valentín de 6. nos gustaría que hicierais un cuento mikekrak y la estrella maldita Hola soy León de 6 años, la adivinanza es la canción de los Fragel Rock. Es la primera vez que mando un mensaje. Me gustan mucho vuestros cuentos, sobre todo el de Conan el Bárbaro. Lara y Manu, a mí me gusta mucho que sigáis leyendo libros por capítulos. ¿Cuáles son los próximos? Gracias Perdon. Hola soy David y ha mi hija le gustan mucho vuestros podcast y cuentos para ir a la cama. Mi hija se llama Lucía adeuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu. Hola, soy Lucía tengo 8 años y medio y me ha encantado este podcast. Y os recomiendo la película de encanto en Disney plus. Os recomiendo un videojuego de Nintendo Switch, se llama lego Harry Potter y un juego de mesa que se llama el Hobbit un viaje inesperado. Un serie que se llama papar girls en Amazon prime adiós besos. Nos gustaría saber si podéis hacer un podcast sobre el hobbit besos Holaaaaaa me encantan vuestros cuentos soy Carlota de Sevilla Hola Lara y Manu. Soy Erik de 7 años. Me encantan vuestros cuentos. Me gustaría que contarais la historia del Cid Campeador LILIANA MARTINEZ MELO : Hola Lara yo puedo tocarmela nariz con la punta del dedo gordo del pie Soy Estrella de 5 años. Me gustan mucho vuestros cuentos y los oigo todas las noches, en especial el del Tren Mágico que es mi preferido. Me gustaría que hicierais un cuento de Bluey. Muchos besos y muchas gracias! Gonzalo Marlene: vamoooooos ya estáis por aquí. Alegría máxima. Gracias por el cuento joapen: a Javier le habéis dado una alegría!! Jon. 8 años. "Me encantan vuestros cuentos. Espero pronto otro de Harry Potter". 😁😁😁😁 Vanesa: Bienvenidos!! A tope Harry Potter!! GRACIAS!! Macdidia: Buenas tardes, nos encanta vuestro podcast. Cómo os podríamos mandar un audio?? gracias De donde sois???????? Me llamo Jesús 😘😘 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Libertarian Radio - The Bob Zadek Show
Patri Friedman on the Competitive Governance Universe

Libertarian Radio - The Bob Zadek Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 52:37


At the center of the competitive governance movement is Patri Friedman –the co-founder and Director of the Seasteading Institute, who more recently founded Pronomos Capital, a venture capital firm devoted to transforming the “governance industry” by promoting the idea of startup countries.Patri was one of my first guests when I started broadcasting in 2009. Much has changed since he first launched the Seasteading Institute, and I invited Patri to share what he's been up to and how the landscape (seascape?) has changed in the last 13 years.Seasteading and related land-based projects represent the next frontier for radical libertarianism, following in the footsteps of Patri's father – the anarcho-capitalist thinker David Friedman – and his grandfather, the late Milton Friedman. Milton Friedman showed how free trade areas like Hong Kong could supercharge growth and lead millions out of poverty. Patri's ambition is to revive the fading legacy of Hong Kong, enabling the establishment of a thousand new nations – floating or otherwise – to pull humanity into the more optimistic scenario for the future. However, as we will discuss, these new governing entities need not adopt libertarian principles to still advance the broader libertarian agenda of enhancing freedom and competition at the level of choosing one's jurisdiction. What freedom could be more important?

Historias de Sazón
Historias patrióticas Vol. 2

Historias de Sazón

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 46:49


En el episodio de hoy les traemos un par de historias para el especial del Mes Patrio de este año! Primero te contamos la historia de las kermeses, un evento muy típico de México, después, te contamos como la independencia de México tiene impacto en los chiles en nogada.

El Replay
La Corte del Meneo con Patri y Chepe

El Replay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:12


Corte del Meneo: Patri y Chepe tuvieron el caso de esta chica  Chayito que es muy coqueta y súper atenta con el esposo de su mejor amiga, y ella la esposa no sabe que hacer. Escucha aqui el desenlace de la historia de la Corte de el meneo. Patri y Chepe de lunes a viernes de 5-10am por el Zol 107.9FM desde Washington D.C y bajando nuestra app gratis Auday 

Flyover Conservatives
Trigger Warning | This Cigar Smoking Patriot has NO FILTER as He Drops Truth Bombs with Alan Jacoby

Flyover Conservatives

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 21:34


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Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Tom Patri Talks Sergio Leaving the BMW, All-Time Great Swings, Xander & Phil, Proper Alignment Techniques & A Whole Lot More...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 21:33


Tom Patri shares his thoughts on some of the all-time great swings, players like Sam Snead, Fred Couples, Tom Weiskopf, Tom Purtzer, and Adam Scott. On the opposite side of that coin, Tom talks about how you go about fixing it when a player with an unorthodox swing starts to struggle. I also get Tom's thoughts on Sergio withdrawing from the BMW Championship and showing up on the sidelines at the Texas/Alabama game. Plus, we get a lesson on how to make sure our setup and alignment are correct. Be sure to subscribe to Tom's channel on YouTube to get over 300 free video lessons.

SER Madrid Sur
Charlamos con Patri Blázquez, ‘Chuli' y Natalia Orive, jugadoras del C.D. Leganés

SER Madrid Sur

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 17:07


Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Tom Patri, Allison Fillmore, & Brenda Calcavecchia Join Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 86:17


On this episode, I'm joined by Top Instructor Tom Patri, PGA Tour VP of Product Development Allison Fillmore, and Brenda Calcavecchia, Mark's wife, caddie, and by his own admission, funnier half. Tom Patri shares his thoughts on some of the all-time great swings, players like Sam Snead, Fred Couples, Tom Weiskopf, Tom Purtzer, and Adam Scott. On the opposite side of that coin, Tom talks about how you go about fixing it when a player with an unorthodox swing starts to struggle. I also get Tom's thoughts on Sergio withdrawing from the BMW Championship and showing up on the sidelines at the Texas/Alabama game. Plus, we get a lesson on how to make sure our setup and alignment are correct. Be sure to subscribe to Tom's channel on YouTube to get over 300 free video lessons. It was great having Allison Fillmore back on the show. She catches us up on the great things she's been doing over the past year since she was last on the show. We hear about her new role as PGA Tour VP of Product Development. She tells why it's good business to partner with sports organizations. She also talks about what it was like for her to return to her previous stomping grounds at East Lake Country Club for the Tour Championship and the exciting Sunday she got to see firsthand at the tournament. Brenda Calcavecchia was a hoot. She tells the story of how she met Mark at the 2001 Memorial Tournament and what led to them starting to date. We hear why she decided to start caddying for Mark, the things she can get away with saying to him that would get other caddies fired, their amazing experience this year at The Open Championship when they got to wave goodbye to the fans from the Swilken Bridge, and their life RV'ing from tournament to tournament.

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Brenda Calcavecchia, Allison Fillmore, & Tom Patri Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 87:00


On this episode, I'm joined by Top Instructor Tom Patri, PGA Tour VP of Product Development Allison Fillmore, and Brenda Calcavecchia, Mark's wife, caddie, and by his own admission, funnier half. Tom Patri shares his thoughts on some of the all-time great swings, players like Sam Snead, Fred Couples, Tom Weiskopf, Tom Purtzer, and Adam Scott. On the opposite side of that coin, Tom talks about how you go about fixing it when a player with an unorthodox swing starts to struggle. I also get Tom's thoughts on Sergio withdrawing from the BMW Championship and showing up on the sidelines at the Texas/Alabama game. Plus, we get a lesson on how to make sure our setup and alignment are correct. Be sure to subscribe to Tom's channel on YouTube to get over 300 free video lessons. It was great having Allison Fillmore back on the show. She catches us up on the great things she's been doing over the past year since she was last on the show. We hear about her new role as PGA Tour VP of Product Development. She tells why it's good business to partner with sports organizations. She also talks about what it was like for her to return to her previous stomping grounds at East Lake Country Club for the Tour Championship and the exciting Sunday she got to see firsthand at the tournament. Brenda Calcavecchia was a hoot. She tells the story of how she met Mark at the 2001 Memorial Tournament and what led to them starting to date. We hear why she decided to start caddying for Mark, the things she can get away with saying to him that would get other caddies fired, their amazing experience this year at The Open Championship when they got to wave goodbye to the fans from the Swilken Bridge, and their life RV'ing from tournament to tournament.

Hoje na História - Opera Mundi
Hoje na História -13/09/1923 - Primo de Rivera encabeça golpe de Estado na Espanha

Hoje na História - Opera Mundi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:39


Em 13 de setembro de 1923, Miguel Primo de Rivera y Orbaneja encabeça um golpe de Estado na Espanha, dissolvendo o Parlamento e implementando uma ditadura. Primo de Rivera era um militar e ditador espanhol, fundador da organização fascista União Patriótica, inspiradora da União Nacional portuguesa.Como general, em 1922 confrontou-se com graves problemas de ordem pública na Catalunha, nomeadamente o terrorismo anarquista e o pistoleirismo patronal, em pleno auge da luta pela autonomia da região. A estes problemas locais juntava-se a instabilidade ministerial e a rápida decomposição do sistema partidário.Quer contribuir com Opera Mundi via PIX? Nossa chave é apoie@operamundi.com.br (Razão Social: Última Instancia Editorial Ltda.). Desde já agradecemos!Seja membro deste canal e ganhe benefícios:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOjUlJ4EpPxuhtT0zEVw25A/join------------Se você acha importante que um site brasileiro se dedique a conteúdos como este, apoie Opera Mundi! Faça uma assinatura solidária em http://operamundi.uol.com.br/apoio

El Replay
La Corte Del Meno: Chica se llevo a chico después de la disco pero algo fallo

El Replay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 3:38


La Corte del Meneo: Patri y Chepe tuvieron el caso de esta chica en la Ciudad de Baltimore que conoció a un chico en el club y se lo llevo a casa después de la disco, pero el chico le fallo en algo. Escucha aqui el desenlace de la historia de la Corte de el meneo. Patri y Chepe de lunes a viernes de 5-10am por el Zol 107.9FM desde Washington D.C y bajando nuestra app gratis Auday

Traditional Latin Mass Gospel Readings
Sept 10, 2022. Gospel Luke 12:32-34. St. Nicholas of Tolentino.

Traditional Latin Mass Gospel Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 0:49


[32] Fear not, little flock, for it hath pleased your Father to give you a kingdom. Nolite timere pusillus grex, quia complacuit Patri vestro dare vobis regnum. [33] Sell what you possess and give alms. Make to yourselves bags which grow not old, a treasure in heaven which faileth not: where no thief approacheth, nor moth corrupteth. Vendite quae possidetis, et date eleemosynam. Facite vobis sacculos, qui non veterascunt, thesaurum non deficientem in caelis : quo fur non appropriat, neque tinea corrumpit. [34] For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. Ubi enim thesaurus vester est, ibi et cor vestrum erit.

Chant School
Omnis Expertem | Mary Is Free From ALL STAIN

Chant School

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 20:28


Happy feast of the Nativity of Our Blessed Mother! Today we learn a hymn from Vespers on the Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary Immaculate. As the first verse says, literally: "The supreme teacher of faith [the Pope] solemnly affirms that Mary is free from all stain." This happened in 1854, and the hymn refers to St. Bernadette, who lived after this proclamation, so this hymn isn't older than the mid-to-late 19th century. We hope you enjoy it!Lo! Mary is exempt from stain of sin, Proclaims the Pontiff high; And earth applauding celebrates with joy Her triumph, far and high.Unto a lowly timid maid she shows Her form in beauty fair, And the Immaculate Conception truth Her sacred lips declare.O honored cave, by Mary's smile adorned! O hallowed rock, whence spring The living waters of a gushing stream, The gifts of life to bring.And thither from the farmost bounds of earth The pilgrims wend their way, And suppliant around the Virgin's shrine Her powerful help they pray.The sufferers' cry the Mother fondly hears, And grants the longed-for grace; And health restored, the pilgrim throng returns Unto its native place.O Virgin! have compassion on our needs, Refresh us laboring on; Obtain for us the joys of heavenly life, When sorrow all is gone.All praise and honor to the Father be, And to His only Son, And to the Spirit, power of both, for aye, In Godhead ever One.Omnis expertem maculæ Mariam Edocet summus fidei magister; Virginis gaudens celebrat fidelis Terra triumphum.Ipsa se præbens humili puellæ Virgo spectandam, recreat paventem, Seque conceptam sine labe sancto Prædicat ore.O specus felix, decorate divæ Matris aspectu! veneranda rupes, Unde vitales scatuere pleno Gurgite lymphæ.Huc catervatim pia turba nostris, Huc ab externis peregrina terris Affluit supplex, et opem potentis Virginis orat.Excipit Mater lacrimas precantum, Donat optatam miseris salutem; Compos hinc voti patrias ad oras Turba revertit.Supplicum, Virgo, miserata casus, Semper o nostros refove labores, Impetrans mœstis bona sempiternæ Gaudia vitæ.Sit decus Patri, genitæque Proli, Et tibi compar utriusque virtus Spiritus semper, Deus unus, omni Temporis ævo.

Ampliando el debate
Los paraísos perdidos que nunca tuvimos - Ampliando el debate

Ampliando el debate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 105:50


Las vacaciones se acaban y volvemos al ataque desde nuestra pequeña isla corsaria, allá donde los motines son una realidad cotidiana y no el mundo fantástico y plastificado que nos venden los mass mierda y las redes asociales. Robínsones y piratas @Absalom42, @hijodelprofe, @rosenthalanmg y @desempleado666. Con síndrome postvacacional, @TxusMarcano. Bibliografía: https://ctxt.es/es/20220801/Firmas/40596/Ammar-Ali-Jan-Internacional-Progresista-tribuna-nostalgia-politica-reaccionario-Bolsonaro-Trump.htm https://traficantes.net/libros/la-hidra-de-la-revolución https://traficantes.net/libros/por-el-bien-del-imperio-0 https://books.google.es/books/about/El_dinero.html?id=C176AgAAQBAJ&redir_esc=y https://books.google.es/books?id=NEMpzwEACAAJ&dq=impresiones+de+un+hombre+de+buena+fe.+Wenceslao+fernández+flórez&hl=es&sa=X&redir_esc=y https://books.google.es/books?id=0MlWAwAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=%22La+doctrina+del+shock%22+Naomi+Klein&hl=es&sa=X&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=%22La%20doctrina%20del%20shock%22%20Naomi%20Klein&f=false https://books.google.es/books?id=0MlWAwAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=%22La+doctrina+del+shock%22+Naomi+Klein&hl=es&sa=X&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=%22La%20doctrina%20del%20shock%22%20Naomi%20Klein&f=false https://rafaelpoch.com/2022/08/30/luces-y-sombras-de-mijail-gorbachov-1931-2022/ Second Thought: "EEUU no interviene en asuntos extranjeros»: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwyjlmEAcYM Adam Something: "Cómo la Educación Patriótica hace crecer el fascismo" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOsVNAqYO28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvRtNGW9Ajk https://www.planetadelibros.com/libro-la-gran-transicion/357895 https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Realismo_capitalista:_¿No_hay_alternativa%3F https://www.amazon.es/How-South-Won-Civil-War/dp/0190900903 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Tom Patri Talks LIV Golf, Rory's Win at the Tour Championship Plus What NOT To Do When Chasing More Clubhead Speed....

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 23:38


Tom Patri and I discuss the players that continue to stream over to LIV Golf plus his reaction to what we say at the Tour Championship, was Rory's win bigger for him or for the PGA Tour, the surprise crowd reaction to Cam Smith, and a gotcha playing lesson for what not to do as we all chase more clubhead speed.

El podcast de Cristina Mitre
Menopausia y hormonas: ¿Qué me está pasando?, con Clotilde Vázquez, Gema Herrerías y Patri Psicóloga.

El podcast de Cristina Mitre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 80:27


Estrenamos sexta temporada a lo grande, con tres mujeres que conoceréis seguro porque han pasado ya antes por el podcast: la gran experta en dermofarmacia Gema Herrerías, nuestra querida Patri Psicóloga, y la Dra. Clotilde Vázquez, endocrina, quien protagonizó uno de los episodios más escuchados de la pasada temporada, el dedicado a la menopausia.Con ellas vamos ahora a profundizar más en la menopausia, especialmente en el impacto que los cambios hormonales tienen en todo nuestro organismo, desde los órganos internos hasta la piel y el pelo, y, por supuesto, nuestro estado emocional. Las tres nos van a ayudar a entender qué nos pasa a las mujeres en esta etapa vital y a poner remedio a cualquier síntoma que podamos sufrir, con opciones de tratamientos, rutinas cosméticas específicas y consejos psicológicos para ayudarnos a estar bien por dentro y por fuera.En septiembre nuestro mecenas del mes es Visionlab, que nos quiere recordar la conveniencia de revisarnos la vista periódicamente para prevenir alteraciones visuales. Y ahora que empieza el cole, conviene saber que, en el caso de los niños, no tener una correcta visión puede afectar a su capacidad de realizar actividades esenciales para su desarrollo y aprendizaje, como leer, estudiar, atender… En Visionlab las revisiones de la vista son gratuitas para todos. Allí pueden detectarte cualquier problema de vista como miopía, hipermetropía o astigmatismo o los síntomas de vista cansada, y podrás elegir las gafas que necesites entre su amplia oferta. Si es tu hijo quien necesita corrección visual, en Visionlab podréis elegir unas gafas perfectas para niños. Y en septiembre tienen varias ofertas para adultos y niños.Puedes suscribirte a mi nueva newsletter "A micrófono cerrado", donde comparto material inédito de mi podcast y mis apuntes. https://cristinamitre.substack.com/A diario puedes seguirme en mis redes sociales:Instagram @thebeautymailTwitter @cristinamitreYouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/CristinaMitreLinkedIn Cristina Mitre ArandaFacebook https://www.facebook.com/Crismitre Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

No es un día cualquiera
No es un día cualquiera - Patri Muñoz y Laura del Val

No es un día cualquiera

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 20:35


Nos despedimos con las risas que nos provocan Patri Muñoz y Laura del Val. Escuchar audio

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Tom Patri, Tom Purtzer, Bob Estes, & Bruce Devlin Join Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 103:04


In this episode I'm joined by, Bruce Devlin, Tom Purtzer, Bob Estes, & Tom Patri Join Me... Tom Patri and I discuss the players that continue to stream over to LIV Golf plus his reaction to what we say at the Tour Championship, was Rory's win bigger for him or for the PGA Tour, the surprise crowd reaction to Cam Smith, and a gotcha playing lesson for what not to do as we all chase more clubhead speed. Tom Purtzer shares his thoughts on LIV Golf. We go back in his playing career and hear what it was like being paired with Jack Nicklaus in the final round of the 1977 Tournament of Champions, and his memories of Tom Weiskopf. Bob Estes is one of the best players in the history of both the University of Texas and the State of Texas. We talk about his 6 wins during his college days. We also talk about the year he's having out on the Champions Tour, and his thoughts on LIV Golf as well. We also learn what made him one of the top putters on Tour. Bruce Devlin and I walk through his great career. You'll hear how he got started in the game, winning the 1959 Australian Amateur Championship, his 19 wins on the Australian/New Zealand circuit, playing against Arnold Palmer in the 1964 Masters, being tied with Roberto De Vincenzo going to the back 9 of the 1968 Masters, beating Billy Casper at the 1966 Carling World Open, teaming with David Graham to win the 1970 World Cup matches, being inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame, and the podcast he's doing now with Mike Gonzalez called "Fore The Good of the Game. 

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Bruce Devlin, Tom Purtzer, Bob Estes, & Tom Patri Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 103:00


Bruce Devlin, Tom Purtzer, Bob Estes, & Tom Patri Join Me...

No es un día cualquiera
No es un día cualquiera - Patri Muñoz y Laura Del Val - Humor

No es un día cualquiera

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 18:25


Se acerca septiembre y en nuestro espacio de humor de todos los domingos Patri Muñoz y Laura Del Val nos cuentan lo que pretenden hacer con la llegada de este mes. Escuchar audio

Traditional Latin Mass Gospel Readings
August 23, 2022. Gospel Luke 12:32-34. St. Philip Benizi.

Traditional Latin Mass Gospel Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 0:43


[32] Fear not, little flock, for it hath pleased your Father to give you a kingdom. Nolite timere pusillus grex, quia complacuit Patri vestro dare vobis regnum. [33] Sell what you possess and give alms. Make to yourselves bags which grow not old, a treasure in heaven which faileth not: where no thief approacheth, nor moth corrupteth. Vendite quae possidetis, et date eleemosynam. Facite vobis sacculos, qui non veterascunt, thesaurum non deficientem in caelis : quo fur non appropriat, neque tinea corrumpit. [34] For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. Ubi enim thesaurus vester est, ibi et cor vestrum erit.

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Golf: Tom Patri Talks LIV Golf, Tiger's Meeting, PGA Tour Expense Reimbursement and Playing in Windy Conditions...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 26:48


TP shares his disappointment about LIV Golf and the impact it's having on the game. As we wait to hear the details about the players-only meeting Tiger Woods earlier in the day, we speculate on what he might have been sharing. We also talk about whether it's time for the PGA Tour to at least reimburse players for their expense money if they don't make the cut. Since they seem to have more cash than they've let on, should players get reimbursed for their travel, lodging, food, and caddie expenses if they don't make the cut?

The Market Huddle
Inflation Guy: Super Hero (guest: Michael Ashton)

The Market Huddle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 161:23


In this episode, Patri ck and Kevin welcome Michael Ashton from Enduring Investments to the show. They have a great discussion where Mike answers all the questions Kevin had about inflation trading, but didn't know who to ask. Check out Michael's podcast: https://inflationguy.podbean.com/ ⭐️ Visit our merch store!!! 👉https://www.markethuddlemerch.com/ ⭐️ *Got questions for Kevin and Patrick? Submit your questions to: 📩nostupidquestions@markethuddle.com To receive our emails with the charts and links each week, please register at: https://markethuddle.com/

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Mark Calcavecchia, Tom Patri, & Jon Goin Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 79:00


In this episode, I'm joined by Top Instructor Tom Patri, 1989 Open Champion Mark Calcavecchia, & Jon Goin, Owner of Timber Truss Golf Course in Olive Branch, Mississippi. TP shares his disappointment about LIV Golf and the impact it's having on the game. As we wait to hear the details about the players-only meeting Tiger Woods earlier in the day, we speculate on what he might have been sharing. We also talk about whether it's time for the PGA Tour to at least reimburse players for their expense money if they don't make the cut. Since they seem to have more cash than they've let on, should players get reimbursed for their travel, lodging, food, and caddie expenses if they don't make the cut? Mark Calcavecchia shares his experiences from playing in his final Open Championship a few weeks ago. We hear what it was like to stand on the Swilken Bridge and make that final wave to the fans that we've seen so many legendary players make. Mark also shares his thoughts on LIV Golf and what he might have said had Greg Norman presented him with this opportunity during his prime. Jon Goin updates us on all the great things going on at his course Timber Truss. Jon always puts the emphasis on how to create fun experiences first and then providing a great golf course to play. He talks about their use of single rider Finn Scooters that ramp up the fun as well as the pace of play. We hear about the family friendly simulators they have available year-round. Jon was also the Head Golf Professional and General Manager at TPC Southwind for several years. Southwind is the site of the FedEx/St. Jude Classic. Jon shares his thoughts about this year's tournament and Will Zalatoris getting his first PGA Tour win.

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Tom Patri, Mark Calcavecchia, & Jon Goin Join Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 78:51


In this episode, I'm joined by Top Instructor Tom Patri, 1989 Open Champion Mark Calcavecchia, & Jon Goin, Owner of Timber Truss Golf Course in Olive Branch, Mississippi. TP shares his disappointment about LIV Golf and the impact it's having on the game. As we wait to hear the details about the players-only meeting Tiger Woods earlier in the day, we speculate on what he might have been sharing. We also talk about whether it's time for the PGA Tour to at least reimburse players for their expense money if they don't make the cut. Since they seem to have more cash than they've let on, should players get reimbursed for their travel, lodging, food, and caddie expenses if they don't make the cut? Mark Calcavecchia shares his experiences from playing in his final Open Championship a few weeks ago. We hear what it was like to stand on the Swilken Bridge and make that final wave to the fans that we've seen so many legendary players make. Mark also shares his thoughts on LIV Golf and what he might have said had Greg Norman presented him with this opportunity during his prime. Jon Goin updates us on all the great things going on at his course Timber Truss. Jon always puts the emphasis on how to create fun experiences first and then providing a great golf course to play. He talks about their use of single rider Finn Scooters that ramp up the fun as well as the pace of play. We hear about the family friendly simulators they have available year-round. Jon was also the Head Golf Professional and General Manager at TPC Southwind for several years. Southwind is the site of the FedEx/St. Jude Classic. Jon shares his thoughts about this year's tournament and Will Zalatoris getting his first PGA Tour win.

Hechos Ecuador
Asamblea rindió homenaje a la gesta patriótica del 10 de Agosto de 1809

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 3:57


El Pleno de la Asamblea, presidido por Virgilio Saquicela Espinoza, rindió homenaje a los 213 años de la gesta patriótica del 10 de Agosto de 1809, que constituyó el Primer Grito de Independencia de América. El acto inició con el ingreso del Estandarte Nacional, seguido por el Himno Nacional de la República del Ecuador, entonado por los presentes en el hemiciclo legislativo. Luego, el asambleísta Pabel Muñoz, representante por Pichincha, exaltó la importancia de esta fecha histórica pues, dijo, es un día fundamental para los hombres y mujeres libres del Ecuador y América Latina, trascendencia que fue creciendo con el paso del tiempo y se marcó el 24 de mayo de 1822, con la independencia de la Real Audiencia de Quito, actual Ecuador. No solo se trató de un grito emancipador, fue un día en el que se sembró la conciencia insurgente en los pueblos de nuestra América; si bien las condiciones de este grito libertario fueron limitadas, marcadas por acontecimientos externos, como la Revolución Francesa, la independencia de los Estados Unidos, la invasión de Napoleón a España, son las demandas locales las principales razones de la revolución quiteña y su relevancia está escrita en la declaratoria de independencia y en la constitución de la Junta Soberana que resumió los anhelos de libertad. De su lado, el presidente de la Asamblea Nacional, Virgilio Saquicela Espinoza, calificó al 10 de Agosto como un grito sin par que marcaría el sendero de la libertad para hombres y mujeres del Ecuador y de América Latina, en suma, una fecha trascendental en nuestra historia, porque implica no solamente el “Primer Grito de la Independencia”, sino un clamor emancipador, que ha sido la siembra de la conciencia libertaria y rebelde de nuestros pueblos. Esta gloriosa fecha marcó el inicio del proceso de la independencia del Ecuador y es, sin duda, nuestro Día Nacional, el día de la Patria, un memorable acontecimiento con el cual nuestra nación dio ejemplo de libertad al mundo. Resaltó que el “Primer Grito de la Independencia” se germinó en la esencia indómita de las ecuatorianas y ecuatorianos quienes, hastiados de las medidas arbitrarias tomadas por el Gobierno de la época, la innegable decadencia del régimen colonial español en todo el continente, dieron paso para que un grupo de quiteños encabezados por Juan Pío Montúfar, decidiera conformar una Junta Soberana de Gobierno que relevó de sus funciones al Conde Ruiz de Castilla, presidente de la Real Audiencia de Quito, hecho ratificado seis días más tarde, en un cabildo popular. Indignémonos, por cada niño o niña sin alimento, por cada padre o madre de familia sin trabajo, por cada joven sin educación, por cada adulto mayor sin cuidado y protección, por cada hogar desprotegido y en la inseguridad; jamás dejemos de recordar “cuando Manuela Cañizares, indignada, se planta en la puerta de la casa, con coraje, para evitar que los comprometidos abandonen el lugar sin tomar una firme decisión; levanta Manuela la voz, como solo pueden hacerlo las mujeres dignas, inteligentes, libertarias, y grita: ¡Cobardes! ¡Hombres nacidos para la servidumbre! ¿De qué tenéis miedo? ¡No hay tiempo que perder!”. “No hay tiempo que perder, ecuatorianos y ecuatorianas, colegas asambleístas; 213 años después aún somos presos del hambre, la desigualdad, la inseguridad, la injusticia, el desempleo. Y el único camino para vencer esas cadenas es el del trabajo conjunto. Por eso, hemos convocado a trabajar de la mano, a reconocer las diferencias pero a converger en las necesidades insatisfechas de un pueblo, que todas las funciones del Estado, Ejecutivo y Legislativo trabajemos de manera articulada, y hagamos, desde nuestra atalaya todo lo que nos corresponda en bien de nuestra patria”, enfatizó el Titular de la Legislatura. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
601: Dr. Seth O'Neill: Achilles Tendinopathy: Diagnosis and Treatment

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 46:55


In this episode, Physiotherapy Lecturer and Tendinopathy Researcher, Seth O'Neill, talks about tendinopathy. Today, Seth talks about his interest in tendinopathy, and his presentation at the Fourth World Congress of Sports Physical Therapy. What is the warmup response? Hear about Seth's diagnosis framework, the appropriate use of imaging, rehabilitation, and get his advice to his younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “You're going to have some discomfort with these exercises and that's okay.” “Get your diagnosis right in the first place.” “Say yes to things when you can. Push yourself and you'll get there.” More about Seth O'Neill Seth is a Physiotherapy Lecturer at the University of Leicester whilst also maintaining clinical work. He has a PhD on tendinopathy, within this Seth has identified prevalence rates of tendinopathy in UK runners and developed a greater understanding of risk factors surrounding Achilles tendinopathy. His later work has completed a more in-depth analysis of how tendinopathy affects the Plantarflexors. This has focussed on how the strength and endurance is affected and which of the Plantarflexors is most involved. This work has highlighted the involvement of the Soleus muscle in human Achilles tendinopathy. This has led to the further work related to Calf injuries in sports. Whilst Seth's focus is on the Lower limb he maintains a strong interest in all MSK conditions. Seth feels passionately about supporting Physiotherapists to undertake further research either as standalone projects or MRes's or PhD's. Seth is currently examining tendon structure and changes that occur during health and disease along with Biopsychosocial interventions for tendinopathy and LBP and developing an international database of calf injuries. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Tendinopathy, Physiotherapy, IFSPT, Injuries, Recovery, Rehabilitation, Diagnosis, Exercises, Resources IFSPT Fourth World Congress of Sports Physical Therapy To learn more, follow Seth at: ResearchGate: Seth O'Neill Twitter: @seth0neill Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: 00:02 Hey, Seth, welcome to the podcast. I'm so happy to have you on. 00:06 Thanks very much for having me, Karen. It's great to be here. 00:08 Excellent. And today we're going to be talking about tendinopathy, maybe specifically Achilles tendinopathy. But before we get into that, I just want to let the listeners know that you're one of the amazing speakers at the fourth World Congress of sports, physical therapy taking place in Denmark at the end of this month, August 26, and 27th. And you will be talking about tendinopathy. So before we move on, I would love to know why. Why tendinopathy? How did that become sort of your specialty, your interest? 00:46 Yeah, tricky to sometimes answer these type of questions, really. But I've had tendon problems myself. So being active and sporty, I developed an Achilles problem, number of years back when I was a relatively junior physio, and we didn't really understand how we were trying to manage these things. And that took a long time to settle down. So that really sparked it off. And then not long after I developed poutine. And problem as well, my Achilles from wearing sorts of constricted footwear. So wearing wetsuits, boots, for a day, with doing wakeboarding and stuff. So developed the interest because I had the problem myself, which is probably the answer for most people, I think, with how we ended up specializing in one thing and went on to look at Achilles problems and differentiating these out as part of a master's dissertation project that did, and then still had some clinical questions I wanted to answer to help me understand how to manage people better. So I did my PhD in it as well. So yeah, it's one of those sort of sorry, stories of a while me. 01:50 And before this sort of deep dive into the literature, and a master's in a PhD, and maybe even during that journey, are there any cases that you worked on that you were like, Man, I would do it so differently now? Because I'm sure I mean, I know I have that every physio listening to this can probably relate to this. But where have you learned from your mistakes in relation? We'll say, we'll stick to Achilles tendinopathy. Right. So in relation to Achilles, tendinopathy, so that the listeners out there can be like, Oh, I think I just did that. And maybe I'm gonna change my mind. Yeah, 02:28 yeah, we're at a good number of these things, including not too distant past as well. I think like everyone, we're always learning. And we've all just got to admit to mistakes and where we can benefit and do better. So I think my early ones, particularly were around differential diagnosis, getting or missing things that were going on as well. So remember, one relatively young lad with an Achilles problem, sent him off doing Alfredsson Essentrics, this was probably 2001, something like that, came back loads loads worse and had this funny swelling around the back of his money, hola. And I was like, never seen this, this is rare, and didn't know what was going on at all. So sent them off for an MRI scan via our consultant at the time and came back with an accessory soleus, which is where part of the muscle is low lying and actually sort of fills where cake is fat pad is back in money can cause pain and be symptomatic. And the old school approach is to just go in and cut it out. So the surgeon is booked out and ordered and dusted. But I totally missed it. The first time I saw him, I don't know whether the swelling was there at that point, or whether I triggered him off or made him worse with the sort of rehab. So possibly, but also then I've had a couple of people during Alfredsson regimes that have actually ended up with ruptured or partial ruptures, partial tears, as a consequence, and then yeah, you end up sort of feeling terribly bad that what you were doing to try and help someone's actually caused a significant worsening of their function and symptoms, and they even had a patient with this happened last year, who will go and try and write up as a case study because it's really interesting management program afterwards with scans and stuff, but ultimately, they have big problems. 04:15 Yeah, it does. It happens to us all. And how do you from that? You can, you know, we can edit this out if you don't want to answer this. But how do you deal with that from sort of the mental standpoint of oh, shoot, like how do you mentally deal with that? Because I think that when that happens, it can you start to question why am I doing this? Am I the right person for this job? It can lead to burnout, that stress. So how do you manage that from a mental health standpoint, when things like this happen? 04:53 I think the thing is often as a junior therapist, you beat yourself up more because you sort of think I should have known I should sort of understand that, I think as you get more experienced than me, I'm 22 years 23 years qualified. Now you have lots of experiences like this and have to pick yourself up from them. And you just start to accept that that is like that's normal, whatever area of work you specialize in, or work in, whether it's physio, or even being an accountant or something, mishaps in things that you can learn from learning experiences happen all the time. And it's really just then taking what you can from it and developing and getting better. And when you have a bit of a boo boo happen like this, we tend to remember it and you never then miss it in the future. I mean, a couple of examples that I had in the past would be like federal stress fractures wasn't even on my diagnostic radar back when I was a junior therapist. You don't get taught at university and stuff, and then you sort of you miss one. And it's like, right, never missed one again. Now, it's always high up on your index of suspicion. So it's really just not trying to beat yourself up, realize it's a learning experience and identify what you can do. Going forward with it. Part of your CPD of your reflective practice that we're all encouraged to do and often do do but not formally. So yeah. 06:14 Yeah, great advice. Okay, now, let's get into the meat of the podcast here. So what we'll talk about is kind of you mentioned it differential diagnosis. So we'll talk a little bit about that, and then go into some possible treatments and, and outcomes and things like that. So let's say someone comes to you, with posterior ankle heel pain, they haven't been to their GP or to the orthopedic yet, because that happens a lot. Here in the US, I'm sure it happens a lot with you in the UK, as well. So I will hand the mic over to you. And you can maybe walk us through your differential diagnosis framework, what are you looking for when someone comes in with that? 07:03 So the first thing, I think is, as everyone already knows, is not to take whatever the previous diagnostic decision was, if they have seen someone as well, I make sure you do your own workup, because let's face it, we all make mistakes as well. So I'd always look at them with fresh eyes and not go with the the original diagnosis and make my own mind that the three big things that mimic Achilles tendinopathy really then are related to posterior ankle impingement. So in order to try going on, whether it's a bony impingement or not, and they're the ones actually see quite commonly that have been mismanaged that add a cricketer, recently, his professional cricketer, who had been sent from their medical team in one of the counties in the UK, or England, I should say, and unfortunately, that miss that he had a posterior impingement, not an Achilles problem and been trying to manage them and manage him using some invasive procedures, and actually scan and everything else when I scanned in, but absolutely pristine and fine. And that's the one thing I do come across time and time again, it's just people miss the impingement side of it, and normally, the x, so aggravating factors and easing factors that the patient will report to you if you listen carefully, and inquire, will be very, very different. It'll be a totally different set of positions, not about tendon load, it'll be their ankle position. And being in that plantar flexed position that's relatively simple and straightforward. But again, it just, it commonly crops up other common or relatively frequent presentations, then we'll be around several nerve. So one of the branches of your sciatic nerve runs on the lateral aspect of your Achilles, we just want to simply look at something like a straight leg raise with a neural bias for the inverter area. So you do inversion with dorsiflexion. And if movements like that provoked the pain, that's not normal for a tendon, it would normally only hurt when you put larger loads through it. And energy storage demands not simple structures, except in very highly irritable cases. But you can only determine that clinically. So they're the two big things that the third group then is other localized tendinopathies. So to be honest, posterior, or per Nei, which I think you guys call something different in the States. What are the perineal inverters of the foot? We always have problems when we teach anatomy with our students, if they use an American app, it gives it a different name. I forgot this. But anyway, so yeah, so just looking at the differential between those other tendons. So patients may refer and sort of suggest its posterior heel, but actually it's in front of the Achilles. So it's normally relatively localized pain and there's lots of debates on social media about what happens when you get diffuse pain in that area. diffuse pain is really quite rare in this area, and I do see a lot I still work clinically as well as work in that university from a research perspective and I do a lot of consultant work in sports. and wider as well. And we just don't see widespread pain in this region particularly. And the evidence really suggests that tendon off the Achilles particularly will be localized pain. It doesn't sort of spread out. But there will always be some exceptions, I'm sure. 10:15 And it sounds like from what you're saying one of the other really important things is that subjective interview. Yeah, right. So what questions are you honing in on? What are you What do you really want to know? 10:29 So I'm actually take a leaf out of Peter O'Sullivan's approach for back pain and look at the patient's story. How do they describe this originally starting? What's gone on with it from then? And what are their thought processes around that. So we really look at the whole patient, not just that the mechanical bio sorts of components here, but then our teas into the aggravating and easing factors. So where the pain is what makes it worse, what makes it better how long it takes to come on, often expecting a latent response. So the pain is not necessarily happening during this activity, it will be a latent flare up later. Although you'll sometimes get a warm up response during the activity as well. So we're looking for these hallmarks. And what we should pick up in the subjective is progressive tendons stress. So the example would be walking for the Achilles versus running versus hopping or jumping or London being progressive load, the higher you go up that ladder, the more it will flare them up or make them sore. And then what we're trying to do is look at the sin factor, then if you guys use that, as well, so severity, irritability, and the nature, but the irritability is key, the more irritable these are the lower level, we're going to start your rehab. And a lot of this subjective really helps guide our initial intervention program. But of course, on top of all this, we've got to consider the patient and the complexities that we get from our psychosocial component. And we've just had a sort of paper out with Neil Miller, and the group from Glasgow on biopsychosocial approach to tendinopathy. This the icon statement from the international group, that Karen Silverado that you mentioned earlier, and that's really looking at the psychological factors and social factors that are relevant for tendinopathy. Because like any musculoskeletal condition, the person's important, it's not just the the localized tissue that we sometimes can get overly focused on. 12:25 Absolutely, I'm preaching to the choir there. Now you had mentioned something in that, just now the warm up response. So can you explain what that is for the listeners in case they're not quite familiar with that? 12:38 Yeah. So this will be the person that will go for a walk or a run, or whatever their activity tennis, squash, whatever it happens to be, and they'll find it sore initially, and then it will get better, it feels better during the activity. And we tend to see this happens when they've sat for any length of time, if they're an inactive person, they'll get the same response then so the first five minutes of getting up having sat for an hour or two will feel sore, and then it gets better. And this is particularly common in the morning, where patients get up. And they say I was sore for 10 minutes until I've walked downstairs, made myself a coffee or had a shower. And then I feel better ready for the day. And that's typically what we see. So this sorts of pain that is focused around starting an activity when you've been inactive for a period. So that's 13:27 excellent. Thank you so much. So going back to our fictional patients here, they come in, they've got sort of posterior ankle pain, you've ruled out posterior ankle impingement, sural, nerve, local tendinopathies. And now you're really thinking well, given their subjective exam, given the little bit of objective exam that I've done, I think that we're dealing with an Achilles tendinopathy. Right, so you've kind of made that diagnosis. Now, what happens? 14:03 So once we've determined that we think it's an Achilles problem, we just want to make sure that's the case. And the best, most accurate, sensitive clinical test at this moment, whilst it gets a bad press is actually the site of pain. So asking the patient's point to it, or you look at then gripping it and looking at how Patri pain, they should put them to touch that tendon. If it doesn't, then we perhaps not dealing with an Achilles problems that would set up some alarm bells. The next thing then is to work out what sort of tendinopathy they have. And within that, what I mean is there's this sub entities, so there's different groups that will cause Achilles pain. So you could have a parent teen and disorder, like I mentioned, with myself earlier, which is essentially inflammation of the sheath around the tendon a bit like you get with the equivalence, Tina synovitis in the wrist or thumb is that same process, and that probably needs to be managed very differently because that's about friction of the sheath against the tendon. And so we've managed differently, we'd also then consider insertional, tendinopathy versus midportion, the risk factors, and some of the subtle management may differ. And as part of that, often we'll talk about trying to reduce compression of the tendon, which is what happens when you're in a dorsiflex position where the tendon will swash against the superior aspects of the calcaneus. That is had probably inappropriate interpretation from lots of clinicians, where they've heard about it and then say, we should avoid dorsiflexion. And patients then get told to avoid it. But that is forever. And of course, dorsiflexion is normal. So we've got to make sure we have encourages it. But in a highly irritable case behind center factor, we'd avoid that in the initial phases, or reduce it. So might use a heel wedge, so midportion and insertion burn, then with the mid portion, we're trying to look at whether it's really related to the Para tienen there's a potential of a partial tear. Or you can get these other disorders, which we have academic disagreements about, called splits, where actually, if the fibers run sort of longitudinally, you can get a pull in a part of the fibers. And they're called longitudinal splits, or occasionally get a flat tear where the back of the tendon or deep section and tendon pulls off. 16:18 Clinically, for me, they are much harder to manage. And they're the ones that I have, certainly in the last 510 years, made much worse, both symptomatically, functionally and also structurally. And they're the ones I think we need to be cautious about how we look at differentiating those out clinically is on subjective, again of how did it start? Was this a onset that you develop during a sporting activity or a activity a functional activity, like crossing the road and stepping up a curb? Or going down stairs or making a bed or something? Or did it involve whatever else or did it just come on gradually, you were sore the next day, after you did a long walk or a long run, that's more akin to normal typical tendinopathy being a generalized process of degeneration with some inflammatory elements that we sort of know and love as tendinopathy. But these sub entities seem to be very different, I think for management, the problem with all the research, nobody splits them out. So all the research doesn't differentiate out these sub entities, they stick them all together. And part of this is why I think a lot of regimes have washed out, they they look like people get a generally good response, some get worse, some don't respond. But generally about 70% of people get better. I personally think if we can look at these different entities, we will probably improve our rehabilitation. And Karen silver novels work I've forgotten now is going to go ahead and first author a bit. So I apologize. Currently the senior author, they've looked at actually identifying clinical groups, so psychological. So the profile group, a structural group, and more of a biomechanical sort of weakness group. And that's, I think, got some legs to go forward with how we might look at our patients in the clinic. And remember, if there's one more group, there is one more sort of sub entity which is plant Taris, induced tendinopathy. So typical presentation will be middle section pain, a little bit higher than typical midportion. And they may find that actually been in plantar flexed or dorsiflex positions when contracting the muscle, and therefore loading the tendon actually hurts. And that's because the RENNtech muskies work that he's done has shown that you get some compression of the plantaris tendon against the Achilles tendon, it seems to then set up a tendinopathy based on compression. So we can identify that clinically with palpating, the medial side. But ultimately imaging is probably then the better way to identify it. But it doesn't mean they need surgery, either. That's the other important message for you to take away from it, they've always had that plantaris. It's always been there for that person's life, they've developed the symptoms for whatever the reason, and they will probably respond to normal management, but maybe with some modification to load in in dorsi, flex or plantar flex positions. So we work in the middle a bit more initially until we're starting to settle and improve. Certainly in my clinical work, they will settle just as well as any other area does. But of course, with a lot of the research people are seeing tertiary sort of work failed, we have failed rehab with multiple people. And then of course, they're more likely to go on to surgery. So we've always got to interpret the literature a little bit with caution based on the populations that the research groups or whoever is writing the paper actually see and deal with clinically. 19:45 Yeah, that was a great overview. Thank you so much. Now that you mentioned imaging, so can you explain how you explain to the patient Do you need imaging? Do you not need imaging? When it comes back? Let's say an MRI comes back. And they're all out of sorts, because Oh, the doctor said, I have damage to my tendon, how am I going to fix this? Right? So how do you deal with that? Because if that is what happens, and then people say, well, when we're done, should I get another MRI? So that I can see the tendons back to normal? So how do you respond to that? 20:29 So that last one I'll deal with first, that is that actually, you're probably going to see some residual changes in the tendon that will take a long time to settle down. And this may be akin to scarring. So when you put your hand you end up with the scar afterwards. And that actually, what we're seeing on the imagery at a later date may be similar to that scoring process. And also reminding them that attendance is very slow to remodel and recover. So really, we're talking about imaging a year plus, if we want to look at it. And it doesn't matter what the tendon looks like, it matters, whether their symptoms and their function and good early on, I would have a different conversation in an elite sporting population, though, where actually, we know that attending that has structural changes is seven times more likely to develop symptoms the next season. And actually, I would probably then want to be changing the tendons structure. But again, that will be a discussion I have with the medical team, perhaps not the athletes so much, because we don't want to, we have to be very careful about the psychological impact of our words with our patients. And this is why imaging has had bad press over a number of years. Because it's often given to patients and they get told, Well, you've got tendinopathy, you've got big tearing there, there's loads of fluid and inflammation and the patient's like, well, I need to then rest until it settles, I need to sort of get this better, and how the hell is it loading exercise is going to help me get better when that's actually what's triggered it. So they're the clinical challenges that we have to explain in terms of the first phase, when we do the imaging, I simply try and D threaten them with it. So say, Look, this is typical of what we'd observe for somebody with tendinopathy. So that is tendon pain that you've presented with. This is not out of the ordinary, this isn't something that's particularly severe, assuming that that's the case based on the imaging. And I've also with MRI identify that it's actually a poor technique to look at collagen. So all we're going to see is high signal, really, it's very, very hard, you need to be have an excellent scan and an excellent radiology radiologist to really examine collagen fibers with it. So it will tell us how big the tendon is. And it will tell us how much fluid there is in there. But we know that that doesn't have a strong relationship with pain. And this is again, part of the reason why we wouldn't want to do it down the line say much. Having said that, again, Karen southern handles group, it's got some lovely papers that have come out that showing structural change does occur with functional resolution and improvement in symptoms. So we've got 42 different research groups in the world at the minute the Australians have often said we shouldn't be looking at imaging, whereas actually Karen's group and I think where we're taking it in the UK is that we should it has a use. But we've got to be very careful with that interpretation. And we certainly see changes in tendon structure as we have patients, we don't need to see it in order to get resolution. But that's because structure doesn't correspond to what's likely to be the key chemical factors in the tendon that are actually what's triggering pain. And we know there's lots of different chemicals involved in tendinopathy. So it's sort of trying to tie it all together. My reason for imaging, I use imaging in practice most of the time is to help we lay patients fears because often they're concerned about the risk of rupture. And this has come out in Shama core lifts qualitative work on Achilles patients. So by imaging, I can actually say, Look, your tendon has plenty of healthy tissue here. This, as best we can say, at this moment in time, is a very low risk for rupture is no higher than a normal person, because there's the same amount of tissue as a normal person would have. 24:06 Where we then have to be careful is where we find that's not the case. And we've just been doing a big longitudinal study in premiership rugby in the UK. Looking at this to see about how that changes. And Matt, who's doing a PhD with me, is going to be analyzing and looking at that data. So Matt Lee is head of medicine at Northampton saints. So Matt's got a big bit of work to determine whether really it ties in and whether we can predict who gets more symptoms, how that ties and, and they don't leave those, but we need to test that and so we're going into it to see probably, but yeah, good use, I think for imaging but not longitudinally imaging for most of your patient group. And it's not necessary and most of you patients you've got coming through your front door for a normal practice. But where there was a sudden onset of pain during activity, and they don't respond Do a six week sort of period of intervention or 12 week period, that's when I would want to image to see what I'm dealing with. Or where there's overt metabolic changes in the person. So adiposity, so high lipid levels, high adipose levels, so the waist circumference, and diabetes, then we want to just make sure they've not got some underlying problems, like, sort of gout that's going on or pseudo arthritic complaints. So yeah, that's where we're going, we might just step up a little bit and maybe consider blood tests as well. 25:33 Great, thank you. Now, let's move on to some treatment options. Right? So we've we've done the differential diagnosis, maybe we got imaging, maybe we didn't, we've, we've ruled everything out, we're pretty confident we've got an Achilles tendinopathy, I will leave it up to you, if you want to say well split it from like, you know, lower to sort of an upper you can, I'll let, I'll leave that in your hands, and how the rehab may be different. 26:05 There's no magic. So that's the first thing. There's no exercise, it's better than the other. It's about understanding the basic principles of rehabilitation here. And this is really what we do, I think, for all of our patients we ever see during a normal clinical role is going well, what do they want to do? Where are they now? How do we bridge that gap? And that's essentially what you're trying to do with your patient is, what's their functional ability at this moment in time? What do they want to do going forwards and coming up with a strategy to try and progress through that? Making sure that that allows for appropriate timescales. So tissue recovery, after exercise, if we're trying to adapt muscles, and muscle strength, which is often one of our big aims, we need to allow appropriate timescales. So 12 weeks plus, rather than expecting rapid changes quickly. So what that looks like in practice is going well, initially, we're going to start off with some form of loading for the Achilles tendon. Now, I would use a very, very isolated exercise, because you can compensate by offloading us in other muscles if we do more complex tests often. So an isolated simple exercise will be a heel race, you can't cheat, you can't use your quads and glutes to compensate, you have to use your calf and it puts stress through your tendon. And there's a nice work with Steph Leser, there's just to out on a systematic review, we're just sort of tweeting about earlier today on tendon material properties and how loading modifies the tendon, and part of what we want to do is improve the stiffness of the tendon, because with the Achilles tendinopathy, it will be less stiff. And that's generally pretty accepted. So we want to make it stiffer. And loading does that the loading needs to be progressive in nature. So we use the symptoms to determine that current simple novel, initially pioneered the pain monitoring model. So looking at how sources during the activity and afterwards, getting an appropriate level of discomfort that the patient can tolerate, doesn't impact their function and making it harder. So something like bilateral heel raises if somebody's really Niggli and saw progressed to a unilateral heel raise, that's about four times body weight through the Achilles tendon. For a bilateral erase, again, depending on the modeling method that's used Josh Baxter in the state system, some nice work on this in his lab, and he's got a lovely paper with Karen as well showing exercises that increase tendons stress. And that's a really good paper for your listeners to have a little read off to look at how to progress or to give ideas of exercises and how they would progress through that. Running, for example, be about five to six times body weight for the Achilles per step. So what we're trying to do is go well walk ins for running six, how do we cross that boundary and use other exercises, or just add external load on to heel race, which is probably easiest way. And that then allows very isolated, monitored exercises. At the same time, I would always use walking or running the same period of time, we wouldn't withdraw them unless we're very, very slow and very struggling. So we'd always use that. And in most patients, if we're not talking athletic, we don't need to use plyometric training jumping up in and stuff we can use walking and running, if necessary to do that. But the more elite athletes, I would always be looking at plyometrics. So hopping jump in London, whatever it happens to be accelerations decelerations off tangent runs, they all increase the stress through different fascicles of the tendon. And that's I guess one of the aspects we can consider that's not been researched yet, and it's where we're going with our work is how we might bend the knee or straighten the knee or rotate the foot to isolate the stress through different sections of the Achilles that correspond to where on imaging we see the degradation. So if we ever want to remodel the tendon, we also need to Reese stress To the tendon at an appropriate threshold, that needs to be 85 to 90 or more percent of your maximum voluntary contraction. And let's face it, we have never done that because most rehab doesn't quantify strength. So I'd always measure spend 30 on a lot of you guys, I think in the states have access to isokinetic devices within your clinics or in local clinics, or other force measurement devices. And I, Scott Morrison's, got quite a lot of sort of workout suggesting how you might be able to do this with a handheld dynamometer, then there's methods we can do with that, or even a set of bathroom scales, to actually utilize a measure strength to give a patient a marker. So our normal data in rugby and football on large cohorts is twice body weight is normal. And we've got similar in endurance runners, our patients are typically one and a half times the weight. But that means doing a heel raise with just their bodyweight will not strengthen them significantly. And that's where we lack we have been our rehab has to be a lot heavier than we've often done in the past. So yeah, so in a nutshell, bilateral raises unilateral progressing through I don't use isometrics early as a method for pain relief, because the evidence substantiates it's not actually that good for pain relief, unless patients find it when the fork which case use it, the heel raises. good warm up response anyway. 31:24 Perfect. Yeah. And in the states do a lot of places have isokinetic testing? I don't know. Sorry. I don't I don't know about that. Even here in New York, I don't think you know, outside of like the larger systems. I don't know that a lot of individual physical therapy offices have that i i do have a handheld dynamometer. And I'm lucky enough to be friends with Scott Morrison. So he was able to kind of take me through and and how to use it. And but it's sometimes this setups can be a little complicated, especially if you don't have an office, if you go to people's homes, how do you stabilize one end and use the other end, and I've come up with some interesting options? Yeah, it's work. I use a seatbelts, I have chains, I have like this, the green, you know, the green stretch strap. Yeah, that with all that I started using that, because it doesn't give, you know, it's pretty, it's pretty good. So kind of it kind of along the line of a seatbelt, you know. So I started using that instead of using even some chain link, I found it to be a little bit easier, a little more gentle for people on their phones, 32:49 strap ratchet strap that you might use on a roof bar. So roof rack, you might actually use that strap and those type of straps can be very good, especially if the wider if the narrower than it hurts the person's knee when you strap it on top. But ultimately, I like it because we can showcase that they need to do strength work because they are weak, more data to give them when you haven't got that opportunity, it's really just sort of giving them this sort of step sort of wise approach to go while you're here need to be there, we need to progress through this and you then just target an exercise that is tolerable, but is sort of getting a little bit of reaction afterwards for a short period. So I've said bilaterally raises unilateral, unilateral with weight, or progressive forwards. And if you're a physio or PT that likes lots of different exercises, give them a dozen, that's fine. But if you're like me, I'm very simple, I just give them one or two things to do really well to do very regularly. And what we avoid in that way is they don't do the things that feel comfortable and easy, because that's what patients generally do. And they're avoid the ones that hurt them because they think it's making them worse. But if we educate them that this is critical, we've got to poke it a little bit to stimulate the cells and improve muscle strength to help the muscle shock absorber for the tendon, which is our current understanding of what we're trying to do with rehab. Then we've got to actually sort of work very well in a bit of discomfort. 34:21 And you beat me to the punch that was going to be my next question is how do you talk to the patient about like, this is not going to be pain free, necessarily, you know, you're gonna have some discomfort. So you kind of beat me to the punch on that. But I think it's important that patients know that you're gonna have some discomfort with these exercises and that's okay. Because a lot of people have been told, I certainly I see it, I'm sure you see it their whole life if it hurts, don't do it. 34:47 Yeah. says and what you've got to explain to them and I often use examples of relatives that you might have had that have had a hip or knee replacement done in the hospital and how afterwards they have to bend it have to walk And actually, yes, it hurts when he gets better or if you've broken your arm and you're in a plaster how gently stretching out when you come out of plaster help to get better. And that's then normally enough to help people go. Yeah, I understand that I can see how that would help and I also then often just explain that as you do this and you get the symptoms afterwards that's the cells in the tendon excreting some chemicals that whilst it makes it a bit sore, they also actually be modelled the tissue. And what we're trying to do is wait the cells up to repair the tissue, wait, repair the tendon, but also improve your muscle as well at the same time. And we've got to stimulate it. It's no different from delayed onset muscle soreness if you go to the gym so that's the other one that are commonly used as the example then we'll turn them penis Dom's is this chap called William Gibson in Australia has done a whole PhD on delayed onset soreness, because it's tendons that you've looked at and connective tissue, not muscle fibers sarcomere itself. And his work I think is really pivotable pivotal with our understanding of it. So yeah, flip it around as Dom's most patients have had Dom's at some point in their life. Yeah. 36:11 Oh, that's great. Yeah, I love that. Well, I have to say, I'm gonna have to re listen to this a couple of times, even though I'm here, I feel like I'm missing things. Like you're speaking I'm like, wait, what? Wait, did I miss this? And we have to listen to this over and over again, because everything is so good. And I think thank you for making it so applicable to the practicing therapist. Because I think that there are nothing against researchers. But there are a lot of practicing therapists out there probably more so than researchers who depend on you guys to be able to to some disseminate this information in a way that is practical and makes sense. So thank you for that. Now, as we start to wrap things up, what do you want the audience to take away from our conversation today? What are some key points, 36:56 I guess the most important parts of monitoring and treating people with tendinopathy is just get your diagnosis right in the first place. Differential diagnosis gets a lot of bad press at the moment, I think on social media, and it's been wanting to sort of dumb down and go with just we've got posterior heel pain, but how I treat an impingement versus tendinopathy will be very, very different, you need to differentiate. And then you need to look at isolated tendon and muscle exercises that is progressive in nature. And I think the key message to physical therapists and physios is that we need to load a lot heavier than often we've done in the past. And by getting normative values for certain sports like we're doing at the moment will help guide what we should be targeting. And they have performance relevance as well when you're dealing with athletes. But for a normal patient, this is a difference between crossing the road quickly in front of the car that's coming in, versus actually ended up with the car getting a bit too close to you. 37:55 Got it? Yeah. And and I love that load heavier and looking at the normative values, because like you said, if running is five to six times body weight, and you're working with someone doing a single leg heel raise, just with their own body weight, that's just not going to be enough. Yeah, right, we've got to we've got to push them a little bit more to load a little heavier. So thank you for that. Now, Seth, where can people find you if they have questions they want to ask you or they, you know, they want to find your research, where can they contact you. 38:27 I'm not a huge one for pushing the sort of research out other than via Twitter. So I have a Twitter handle that we sort of use regularly. And we'll put papers on there and things. But I don't have technically got a website that's on my Twitter profile, but I don't update it. So I'm terribly slack and too busy to bother updating it and need to sort it out. But hopefully this next year, I have a bit more time. So Twitter's The best one is just Sefo Neil, but yo is zero, because there's already another stuff anyone in the world someone and then my other handle is Achilles tendons on there. And just so you all know, it wasn't ego thing. We set it as Achilles tendons, because we went on Twitter originally to recruit patients for our research because some cancer specialist at the University had suggested it was a really good way is terrible, because you need loads of followers to be able to recruit patients and actually get your message out there. It was great for networking. And that's I think the big thing with it. So I network predominantly and occasionally advertise research projects that we're doing now. I've got enough followers to actually get some patients through the door that way. But yeah, not ego because it just so we're clear, 39:33 of course, and we'll have links to those Twitter accounts in the show notes at podcast at healthy, wealthy smart.com. And like I said at the top of the our conversation, you are speaking a few times at the fourth World Congress is Sports Physical Therapy in Denmark at the end of this month, August 26 to 27th. So do you want to give a little sneak peek about what you're going to be talking about? At And what are you excited about for the conference? 40:03 So, myself and Karen Silva novel are going to be running a joint session for the British Journal Sports Med breakout on treating people with tendinopathy. So we're gonna do two sort of sessions of that. So replicate it. So hopefully, if you're interested in coming in, you can come in and send that and hopefully, it'll be nice and interactive, and flesh out some of the aspects we've discussed now, Karen, and then I'm chairing the session, which will be the session that I'm most looking forward to with Karen's there, who else have we got, I gotta get it right now. Michael Caja, and also Ben, Steph, Dakin, as well. So really looking forward to that. We're really nice to hear these guys talk because they are literally at the top of that sort of pinnacle of researchers and clinicians really worldwide. And then Denmark's nice. I mean, every conference, all I've ever managed to see is a little bit of Copenhagen. Because it's been sports Congress. And I normally dash in and bash out at conferences. So it's a little bit the same this time around. But I'm actually looking forward to seeing a bit of seen a bit of Nyborg. And also put two hours in the middle of the day for activity. And they've suggested paddleboarding. And whilst I dislocated my shoulder a week ago, or two weeks ago, it's my second time and I'm actually I was paddleboarding at the end of the week. So I'm hoping that there'll be a bit better by then and actually get out and have a decent paddle board and some exercise rather than just sat at the conference. So that's one of the things I'm looking forward to, and of course, enjoying a small beer with yourself. 41:40 That's yeah, it's a small beer. I look forward to it. And I'm looking forward to going in the summer, because I've only been to Copenhagen in February, and it is cold, and snowy and rainy, and all that stuff. So I'm looking forward to going in the summer. And just looking forward to seeing a lot of people that I haven't seen in a while. So that'll be really fun. And now last question, it's a one I asked everyone knowing where you are now in your life and in your career, what advice would you give to your younger self? 42:13 Oh, gosh. Yeah, it's a really hard question. For me. I always fancied doing research, but I was always put off because there was no ability to do it when I first qualified to do a PhD in the UK was rare in physio, and you might have been able to get a stipend which is 15,000, a year, UK, which actually quite peaker often they further physios as well. Whereas now I'd actually say if that opportunity comes up, even if it's a bit of paper, I take it if you can, because it does open a lot of doors as you progress forwards. And I would unlike other people, sometimes I'd actually say yes to everything. Generally speaking, when it comes to work, not anything else in life, to look at options that we can just opens doors, you get so many things that you don't realize where it will lead and you agree to do something and actually, certainly in these uncertain other things that are fantastic and change your career. So say yes to things when you can push yourself. And yeah, you'll get that. So read the next Roscoe put that. 43:21 Perfect. Thank you so much. This was a great interview you gave us so much to think about as myself as a practicing clinician. So this was great. Thank you so much. 43:31 Pleasure, absolute pleasure. And thank you very much for having me, Karen. Yeah. And 43:35 everyone. Thanks so much for tuning in. Have a great, great couple of days, stay healthy, wealthy and smart. And also if you hope to see you in Denmark, so there's still time we've still got a couple of weeks before the end of August. So if you haven't already, sign up because it's going to be great. So thanks, Seth, and thanks everyone for listening and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.

Cuentos para irse a Dormir
El Cuento de El Tren Magico

Cuentos para irse a Dormir

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 22:20


¿Os imagináis que existiera un tren tan fantástico que permitiera viajar a los lugares más maravillosos? ¿Y si os digo que lo hubo? Acompañadnos a descubrir la historia del tren mágico y qué fue de él. AMIGUITOS MAIL cuentos@agenciarom.es ¡Hola Manu y Lara! Jose (papoch) y Lucía (hijilla) os escribimos para dar respuesta a tan rockera adivinanza. ¡¡¡Abrazos!!! ACIERTAN FRAGGLE ROCK SEM Y MARIA Muy bonito el cuento. La canción adivinanza es de la serie Fraggle Rock. Un abrazo fuerte. Soy Lucia de 9 yo creo que son 150 y la adivinanza es los Fraggle rock yo era la de escuchar mi nombre de parte también de mi hermano que va a cumplir los 8 veso 👨‍👩‍👧🐶❤️👌👏👏 David Griso Soler Hola hermosos!!! preciosísima leyenda, iremos a ver a Vega y Altaïr el 7 de Julio. muchas gracias por compartirlo 😊. La adivinanza es " Hay que trabajar, no podemos descansar, para disfrutar ven a fragel rock🎈 saluditos de Yunna y Nohan. Hola Lara y Manu. Soy Juan de Dios, de Villanueva de Algaidas, Málaga. La adivinanza no la se. Quiero que hagáis un cuento de Cuphead o de Undertale. Saludos. Feliz fin de curso 2022. Hola Lara y Manu. La adivinanza es Fraggle rock y creemos que el número de cuentos que tenéis es 197. Un besito! Chao!! Hola Lara y Manu soy Marco de 8 años y mi mamá Patri de 46 . La adivinanza es Fraggle rock y creemos que el número de cuentos que tenéis es 197. Un besito! Chao!!😁😁😚 Hola Lara y Manu !!!! Soy Iago. La adivinanza es los Fraggles rock. Mis papas y yo creemos que llevais 140 cuentos!! Seguir así nos encantan!!! Por cierto os recomiendo la serie La leyenda del rey mono de Neflixt.. Nosotros ya la hemos terminado. Besos Muy buenas. Somos Asier, Ibai y sus padres, Nando y Noelia. Nos ha encantado esta historia. Estaremos pendientes el próximo 7 de julio. La canción es la de la entradilla de Fraggle rock. Empezamos a ver la serie cuando, hace mucho tiempo, hablasteis de ella. A nuestra madre le gustaba mucho de niña. Hola Lara y Manu!! Somos Cloe, Diana y Cristina de Sevilla. La respuesta de la adivinanza es Fraggel Rock. Nos encanta esa serie, la estamos viendo ahora 😊 Por cierto, nos ha gustado mucho la leyenda del 7 de julio. Besitos Ovillo degato Hola lara hola manu la respuesta de la adivinanza es Fraggel Rock Hola Lara y Manu somos Julia y Vera de 11 y 8 años. La adivinanza es de Fraggle rock. Ojalá podamos ir a ver las estrellas el 7 de julio. Creemos que tendréis entre 120 y 140 cuentos. Chao 👋🏻 Hola Lara y Manu somos María y Lola la adivinanza es de Fraggle rock Ven a disfrutar (clap-clap), con los cuentos de HROM. Ven a disfrutar (clap-clap), Lara y Manu son. Si a la cama vas (clap-clap), hay mucho donde elegir. De momento son (clap-clap), ciento trenta y och (clap-clap) 138 (clap-clap) Laraaa y Maaanuuuu SOOOOOONNNNNN !!!!! (Chim Pón) Os queremos!!! Un super abrazo de Alma, Luna y Dani. xD 😆 SALUDITOS EMILIO RUIZ NÚÑEZ Hola, Lara y Manu. Me gustaría que hicieran cuentos “de cine” Os pido estos: Un cuento de “Con faldas y a lo loco”, un cuento de “Cantando bajo la lluvia”, un cuento de “El chico”(una película de Charles Chaplin), un cuento de “Matar a un ruiseñor”, un cuento de “El globo rojo”, un cuento de “Mi tío” (una película de Jacques Tati), un cuento de “Con la muerte en los talones”, un cuento de “La diligencia”, un cuento de “My fair lady” (una película donde sale mi actriz favorita, Audrey Hepburn), un cuento de “Bienvenido Mr. Marshall” (o sea, cine español en un cuento) y un cuento de “Green Book. Hola soy Júlia tengo 10 años. Quiero que conteis el cuento de Alexa Y Katie es una serie de Nettflix es muy divertida. Un beso desde Valencia. Ovillo degato hola puede que tengais 30 cuentos adios a soy violeta de 10años ¿cuantos tiene lara? Gregorio Sanchez la canción se titula No se habla de Bruno Hola soy Julia con accento en la u tengo 10 anosVengo de Valencia me ha encantado este podcast💖. Sois maravillosos y muy divertidos. Os escucho todas las noches al irme a dormir. Lara lo hace muy bien y es muy simpatica y alegre. Muchos besos. Me gustaria que hicierais el cuento de Go Vive tu manera es una serie de Nettflix. Y el cuento Una pizca de Magia es una serie de Prime Video. Un saludo🍒 Hola Manu y Lara somos Daniel y Teresa, nos encantan vuestros cuentos y nos gustaría que hicierais un cuento de Red y de Fall Guys. Y tenéis 135 cuentos más o menos. hola Lara y Manu , me a gustado mucho la leyenda de Altair y Vega.La respuesta de los cuentos es 306 cuentos hola Lara y Manu✨✨✨✨✨✨les puedo pedir un cuento de DC súper giro girs a un resumen xd PATRICIA PERELLI Qué maravilla!!!! La vida que le dan a la historia es Increíble ternura inigualable! Muchas gracias! un abrazo desde la lejana Ciudad de Buenos Aires 🙌🏻❤️❤️🙌🏻 Cuántos años tiene Lara??? hola, soy Curri, casi de cinco años ya, desde Sevilla. El cuento de Altair y Vega es precioso, me ha encantado. Me gustan mucho vuestros cuentos. Un beso. Hola Lara hola Manu nos encantan vuestros cuentos somos Ángela y Raúl de 10 y 8 queremos que hagáis un cuento de Henry danger y Gravity falls adios Hola soy Iago de 8 años. Ha estado genial como siempre!!! Gracias!! Ya tengo ganas de escuchar el próximo capítulo... soy lucia de 9 hay 418 podcast Hola lara y manu me llamo hugo y tengo 12 años si si 12 y mis amigos no entendian como me gustaba pero yo se los enseñé y les gusto.Muchas gracias amigos😉 Hola muchas gracias por vuestros vídeos son de lo más bonito y maravilloso del mundo Saluditos a Julia gracias por vuestros vídeos me encantan desde hace años Hola podríais hacer un podcast de padre no hay más que uno Sois los mejores !Seguid así!!!!!!!!!!😘😘 Un fuerte abrazo desde Bogotá(Colombia) Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

La Ventana
Cosas que necesitas saber antes de acabar el día | Country a la catalana con Greg Ryan, Vigo y sus luces de navidad, un poco de ciencia y una agenda cultural ¡a ciegas! con Patri Muñoz

La Ventana

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 27:32


Los cómicos Pilar de Francisco y Edgar Hita cierran La Ventana con Cosas que necesitas saber antes de acabar el día. Greg Ryan nos descubre el country a la catalana y el furor a la música country que hay en Cataluña. Marci Valera desde Radio Vigo nos cuenta cómo son este año las famosas luces de navidad de Vigo. Nuestro especialista en ciencia Javier Gregori nos trae las últimas novedades del telescopio James Webb. Terminamos con una agenda cultural ¡a ciegas! protagonizada por la cómica Patri Muñoz.

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¿Os imagináis que existiera un tren tan fantástico que permitiera viajar a los lugares más maravillosos? ¿Y si os digo que lo hubo? Acompañadnos a descubrir la historia del tren mágico y qué fue de él. AMIGUITOS MAIL cuentos@agenciarom.es ¡Hola Manu y Lara! Jose (papoch) y Lucía (hijilla) os escribimos para dar respuesta a tan rockera adivinanza. ¡¡¡Abrazos!!! ACIERTAN FRAGGLE ROCK SEM Y MARIA Muy bonito el cuento. La canción adivinanza es de la serie Fraggle Rock. Un abrazo fuerte. Soy Lucia de 9 yo creo que son 150 y la adivinanza es los Fraggle rock yo era la de escuchar mi nombre de parte también de mi hermano que va a cumplir los 8 veso 👨‍👩‍👧🐶❤️👌👏👏 David Griso Soler Hola hermosos!!! preciosísima leyenda, iremos a ver a Vega y Altaïr el 7 de Julio. muchas gracias por compartirlo 😊. La adivinanza es " Hay que trabajar, no podemos descansar, para disfrutar ven a fragel rock🎈 saluditos de Yunna y Nohan. Hola Lara y Manu. Soy Juan de Dios, de Villanueva de Algaidas, Málaga. La adivinanza no la se. Quiero que hagáis un cuento de Cuphead o de Undertale. Saludos. Feliz fin de curso 2022. Hola Lara y Manu. La adivinanza es Fraggle rock y creemos que el número de cuentos que tenéis es 197. Un besito! Chao!! Hola Lara y Manu soy Marco de 8 años y mi mamá Patri de 46 . La adivinanza es Fraggle rock y creemos que el número de cuentos que tenéis es 197. Un besito! Chao!!😁😁😚 Hola Lara y Manu !!!! Soy Iago. La adivinanza es los Fraggles rock. Mis papas y yo creemos que llevais 140 cuentos!! Seguir así nos encantan!!! Por cierto os recomiendo la serie La leyenda del rey mono de Neflixt.. Nosotros ya la hemos terminado. Besos Muy buenas. Somos Asier, Ibai y sus padres, Nando y Noelia. Nos ha encantado esta historia. Estaremos pendientes el próximo 7 de julio. La canción es la de la entradilla de Fraggle rock. Empezamos a ver la serie cuando, hace mucho tiempo, hablasteis de ella. A nuestra madre le gustaba mucho de niña. Hola Lara y Manu!! Somos Cloe, Diana y Cristina de Sevilla. La respuesta de la adivinanza es Fraggel Rock. Nos encanta esa serie, la estamos viendo ahora 😊 Por cierto, nos ha gustado mucho la leyenda del 7 de julio. Besitos Ovillo degato Hola lara hola manu la respuesta de la adivinanza es Fraggel Rock Hola Lara y Manu somos Julia y Vera de 11 y 8 años. La adivinanza es de Fraggle rock. Ojalá podamos ir a ver las estrellas el 7 de julio. Creemos que tendréis entre 120 y 140 cuentos. Chao 👋🏻 Hola Lara y Manu somos María y Lola la adivinanza es de Fraggle rock Ven a disfrutar (clap-clap), con los cuentos de HROM. Ven a disfrutar (clap-clap), Lara y Manu son. Si a la cama vas (clap-clap), hay mucho donde elegir. De momento son (clap-clap), ciento trenta y och (clap-clap) 138 (clap-clap) Laraaa y Maaanuuuu SOOOOOONNNNNN !!!!! (Chim Pón) Os queremos!!! Un super abrazo de Alma, Luna y Dani. xD 😆 SALUDITOS EMILIO RUIZ NÚÑEZ Hola, Lara y Manu. Me gustaría que hicieran cuentos “de cine” Os pido estos: Un cuento de “Con faldas y a lo loco”, un cuento de “Cantando bajo la lluvia”, un cuento de “El chico”(una película de Charles Chaplin), un cuento de “Matar a un ruiseñor”, un cuento de “El globo rojo”, un cuento de “Mi tío” (una película de Jacques Tati), un cuento de “Con la muerte en los talones”, un cuento de “La diligencia”, un cuento de “My fair lady” (una película donde sale mi actriz favorita, Audrey Hepburn), un cuento de “Bienvenido Mr. Marshall” (o sea, cine español en un cuento) y un cuento de “Green Book. Hola soy Júlia tengo 10 años. Quiero que conteis el cuento de Alexa Y Katie es una serie de Nettflix es muy divertida. Un beso desde Valencia. Ovillo degato hola puede que tengais 30 cuentos adios a soy violeta de 10años ¿cuantos tiene lara? Gregorio Sanchez la canción se titula No se habla de Bruno Hola soy Julia con accento en la u tengo 10 anosVengo de Valencia me ha encantado este podcast💖. Sois maravillosos y muy divertidos. Os escucho todas las noches al irme a dormir. Lara lo hace muy bien y es muy simpatica y alegre. Muchos besos. Me gustaria que hicierais el cuento de Go Vive tu manera es una serie de Nettflix. Y el cuento Una pizca de Magia es una serie de Prime Video. Un saludo🍒 Hola Manu y Lara somos Daniel y Teresa, nos encantan vuestros cuentos y nos gustaría que hicierais un cuento de Red y de Fall Guys. Y tenéis 135 cuentos más o menos. hola Lara y Manu , me a gustado mucho la leyenda de Altair y Vega.La respuesta de los cuentos es 306 cuentos hola Lara y Manu✨✨✨✨✨✨les puedo pedir un cuento de DC súper giro girs a un resumen xd PATRICIA PERELLI Qué maravilla!!!! La vida que le dan a la historia es Increíble ternura inigualable! Muchas gracias! un abrazo desde la lejana Ciudad de Buenos Aires 🙌🏻❤️❤️🙌🏻 Cuántos años tiene Lara??? hola, soy Curri, casi de cinco años ya, desde Sevilla. El cuento de Altair y Vega es precioso, me ha encantado. Me gustan mucho vuestros cuentos. Un beso. Hola Lara hola Manu nos encantan vuestros cuentos somos Ángela y Raúl de 10 y 8 queremos que hagáis un cuento de Henry danger y Gravity falls adios Hola soy Iago de 8 años. Ha estado genial como siempre!!! Gracias!! Ya tengo ganas de escuchar el próximo capítulo... soy lucia de 9 hay 418 podcast Hola lara y manu me llamo hugo y tengo 12 años si si 12 y mis amigos no entendian como me gustaba pero yo se los enseñé y les gusto.Muchas gracias amigos😉 Hola muchas gracias por vuestros vídeos son de lo más bonito y maravilloso del mundo Saluditos a Julia gracias por vuestros vídeos me encantan desde hace años Hola podríais hacer un podcast de padre no hay más que uno Sois los mejores !Seguid así!!!!!!!!!!😘😘 Un fuerte abrazo desde Bogotá(Colombia)

Hechos Ecuador
CPCCS exhorta que se reconozca la gesta patriótica y libertaria de Esmeraldas

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 2:59


El Pleno del Consejo de Participación Ciudadana y Control Social (CPCCS) resolvió, este 3 de agosto, realizar dos exhortos al presidente de la República, relativos a la memoria histórica de Esmeraldas. Walter Rivera, historiador de la fundación Eloy Alfaro, expuso ante el Pleno del CPCCS, que en el Reglamento General de la Ley Orgánica de Servicio Público (Losep) se establece un calendario con las fechas de creación de todos los cantones del Ecuador, donde se registra erróneamente la fecha de cantonización de Esmeraldas como el 25 de julio. Razón por la cual, el Pleno del CPCCS resolvió exhortar al presidente de la República, para que reforme de manera inmediata la disposición general cuarta del mencionado Reglamento, cambiando la fecha de cantonización de Esmeraldas al 25 de junio de 1824, como corresponde de acuerdo a los documentos históricos. Además, el Pleno del Consejo resolvió exhortar al Presidente de la República, para que declare el 5 de agosto de 1820 como reconocimiento de la gesta patriótica y libertaria de Esmeraldas como medida de reparación, reconocimiento y resarcimiento de la realidad histórica de la provincia y de sus ciudadanos. Así mismo, exhortar al Ministerio de Cultura y Ministerio de Educación para que se informe del cumplimiento del exhorto de noviembre de 2017, realizado por la Asamblea Nacional, para concretar las acciones de reparación, reconocimiento y resarcimiento a la realidad histórica de la provincia de Esmeraldas y se comprometan a realizar las actividades pendientes para cumpir esta reparación. La consejera Ibeth Estupiñán, proponente de ambas resoluciones, destacó que se ha realizado un trabajo conjunto con los mencionados ministerios y se cuentan con informes de la Academia de Historia Nacional, para que se realice este justo reconocimiento a los esmeraldeños que iniciaron la gesta independentista el 5 de agosto de 1820. Abg. Hernán Ulloa Ordóñez Presidente del CPCCS --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Las cosas como son
Conmemoración patriótica y definiciones políticas

Las cosas como son

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 1:56


Este año, con más intensidad que en los años precedentes, el discurso del presidente de la República puede contribuir a la salida de la crisis política o, quizás al revés, a profundizarla.

Non Solo Veggie
Charlamos un rato sobre Stranger Things 4 Vol.2

Non Solo Veggie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 48:42


Ya está en Netflix el volúmen dos de Stranger Things, por lo que toca comentar lo que nos ha parecido la cuarta temporada de esta serie. Si quieres pasar un buen rato escuchandome hablar sobre ella y sus teorías, este es el lugar. Primera, segunda y tercera temporada de Non Solo Veggie: https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-non-solo-veggie_sq_f1620473_1.html Si te gusta mi contenido invítame a un cafecito (en mi caso a un té): - Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/aquiconpatri Recuerda que puedes seguirme por mis redes sociales: - Twitter: @misslolailo?lang=es - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/misslolailo... Puedes seguir mi podcast Non Solo Veggie: - Ivoox: https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-non-sol... - Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/es/podcast... - Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0... - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1suUoRJ... Mi canal de youtube (Aquí, con Patri): - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPjsgHO2Xc_OBNDiw8gWkWg/featured Discord (Hablaremos sobre diversos temas, veganos y no veganos e incluso podréis participar en la elección de la temática a tratar en los próximos episodios del podcast): -https://discord.gg/GrZv7Ehc Si compartes este podcast, porfavor, recuerda poner desde donde lo has podido oir y etiquétame si es posible. PlayList Spotify: Non Solo Veggie. Música: Stranger Things Theme - EPIC VERSION (feat. Running Up That Hill) y Stranger Things S4 Running Up That Hill - EPIC ORCHESTRAL VERSION (Kate Bush Cover) - Samuel Kim Music; Running Up That Hill (Cover)

El podcast de Cristina Mitre, Summer Edition
Hábitos: pequeños cambios para vivir mejor, con Patri Psicóloga. Episodio 2

El podcast de Cristina Mitre, Summer Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 62:33


Seguimos con nuestro Summer Edition en Madrid, en el jardín del Hotel Mandarín Oriental Ritz. Hablamos con Patri Psicóloga sobre los 31 puntos clave para cambiar tu vida.

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Golf: Tom Patri Unloads on the LIV Tour Plus Shares Tips To Improve our Mental Game...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 25:54


In this segment of Next on the Tee, TP lets us know how he feels about LIV Golf & Ian Poulter. We discuss the rumors that 3 more of the Top 30 players could be headed to LIV after the Open Championship. We also get tips on how to improve our mental approach, how to put a poor shot in the rearview mirror, and not get ahead of ourselves when we're playing really well.

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Golf: 3 of the Top Instructors in the Game: Tom Patri, Bob Grissett, and Chris Sheehan Plus Whiskers Laces CEO Kyle Groth Join Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 95:50


In this edition, I'm joined by 3 of the Top Instructors in the game Tom Patri, Bob Grissett, and Chris Sheehan, plus Kyle Groth of Whiskers Laces. Tom Patri and I talked about the latest players to go over to join the LIV Tour plus the rumors that 3 more of the Top 30 players could be next. We also get tips for how to improve our mental approach regarding how to put a poor shot in the rearview mirror and not get ahead of ourselves when we're playing really well. Bob Grissett breaks down some of the all-time best ball strikers including what makes them so good. We also hear the gruesome details of Tiger's injuries following his 2021 car accident. According to the doctor, Tiger's right leg was only attached by a few tendons. Chris Sheehan is the Head Golf Professional at one of the oldest golf courses in the country, the Pittsburgh Field Club. We hear all about the course's rich history, from the numerous legendary course designers who have lent their hands there, to the incredible legend of the 18th hole where some members died back in the day climbing the steep incline, to the famous athletes who have come and requested to play the course. Kyle Groth is the Co-Founder and CEO of Whiskers Laces, a company that makes quality shoelaces that add a flash of color to your golf shoes, dress shoes, boots, and/or sneakers. Set your shoes apart by checking out their great laces and cool, matching socks at: www.whiskerslaces.com

Flyover Conservatives
The Left is Insane with Christina Bobb | Flyover Clip

Flyover Conservatives

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 14:17


Christina BobbTRUTH SOCIAL: https://truthsocial.com/christinabobbARTICLE: https://thelibertydaily.com/anti-life-domestic-terrorists-surround-arizona-capital-with-state-legislators-trapped-inside/KARI LAKE VIDEO: https://twitter.com/robschneider/status/1540064239792029700?s=10&t=WY-uwooxHQBwg8rbfkDxVgBRETT BAIER VIDEO: https://twitter.com/jackposobiec/status/1541560083489984521?s=10Christina Bobb: 2020 Election Update - Rapid Fire Q&A: https://rumble.com/vr5aib-christina-bobb-2020-election-update-rapid-fire-q-and-a.htmlChristina Bobb: The Arizona Audit and Trump's Next Move:https://rumble.com/vkt4ye-christina-bobb-the-arizona-audit-and-trumps-next-move.htmlTO WATCH ALL FLYOVER CLIPS -https://banned.video/playlist/622553248186d152c5d07f5dSPONSORS FOR TODAY'S VIDEO►  ReAwaken America- text the word EVENTS to 40509(Message and data rates may apply. Terms/privacy: 40509-info.com)►  Kirk Elliott PHD - http://FlyoverGold.com ►  My Pillow - https://MyPillow.com/Flyover►. Z-Stack - https://flyoverhealth.com Own Your Own Business As An Option To Avoid The Jab- http://FlyoverCarpet.com https://TipTopK9.com/Want to help spread the Wake Up • Speak Up • Show Up -https://shop.flyoverconservatives.com/-------------------------------------------Follow our Social Media so we can be best friends

Documentos RNE
Documentos RNE - Lo que se perdió en Cuba. Los esclavos ojiazules de Urbano Feijóo - 01/07/22

Documentos RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 56:44


1852 y 1853 están marcados en negro en la historia de Galicia. Tanto, que son conocidos como los annos de la fame (los años del hambre). A la pérdida de cosechas por las inundaciones, le siguió una epidemia de cólera morbo que diezmó la población. En ese contexto de calamidades, surge la figura del empresario orensano Urbano Feijóo Sotomayor; un antiguo negrero con intereses en Cuba que propone llevar a miles de gallegos a la isla caribeña para salvarlos del hambre y, de paso, cubrir la demanda creciente de mano de obra que tienen las plantaciones azucareras, acrecentada por los acuerdos internacionales sobre la trata, que obligaban a España a poner fin al comercio de esclavos. Urbano Feijóo concretó su idea en la Compañía Patriótico Mercantil. Un proyecto que, gracias al apoyo gubernamental, se convirtió en la más importante empresa de colonización de Cuba. La Compañía envió 1744 gallegos a la isla en sus ocho expediciones, entre marzo y agosto de 1854. Rápidamente se reveló como un caso flagrante de esclavitud encubierta. De hecho, en los primeros meses de funcionamiento habían fallecido ya más de trescientos inmigrados por culpa del cólera y de las pésimas condiciones de vida. Trabajaban de catorce a dieciséis horas bajo el sol cubano, con mala alimentación y por la cuarta parte del sueldo que cobraban los esclavos africanos liberados. Urbano Feijóo, que además de empresario era diputado, había prometido que, un gallego ha de hacer el mismo trabajo de dos negros y al precio que cuesta un esclavo. Pero los gallegos ni querían ni podían soportar esas duras condiciones y muchos se rebelaron y huyeron haciendo fracasar el proyecto. Muchos de los gallegos fugados se esconden como cimarrones en los palenques de los negros, dando pie al mito cubano de los esclavos ojiazules. Algunos de ellos consiguen mandar cartas a sus familias a través de escribientes en las que cuentan cuál es su penosa situación en la isla. A través del abogado Bernardo Placer, las cartas llegan al Congreso de los Diputados donde se creó una comisión para el estudio del caso. El dictamen aprobado el 28 de junio de 1855, declara rescindidos los contratos entre Urbano Feijóo y los inmigrados gallegos. Una decisión política que pasó de puntillas por la gravedad de los hechos, y que evitó que el Estado tuviera que asumir costosas indemnizaciones. Para esta documental sonoro, con la firma Juan Ballesteros, hemos contado con el testimonio de un descendiente de uno de esos 1744 gallegos esclavizados por Urbano Feijóo, Xulio Pardo, tataranieto de Antonio José Fernández; un hombre que llegó a La Habana en la primera expedición, el 6 de marzo de 1854. También recogemos las intervenciones de Ascensión Cambrón, profesora emérita de Filosofía del Derecho de la Universidad de La Coruña; y de Elisa Vázquez de Gey, autora de Una casa en Amargura. Junto a ellas, recuperamos del archivo de RTVE la palabra de expertos en la materia como los historiadores cubanos Óscar Zanetti y Carmen Barcia, de la Universidad de La Habana; Ricardo Lago, administrador de Xenealoxia.org o la escritora Bibiana Candia, autora de Azucre, entre otros. Escuchar audio

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Tom Patri Talks LIV Golf, Advice for Will Zalatoris, & To Forward Press or Not To Forward Press...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 22:55


Our resident Director of Instruction Tom Patri shares his concerns about the LIV Tour, the proposed changes the PGA Tour is looking to make for next season, and if Will Zalatoris was his student, what he would have said to him Sunday night after his third 2nd place finish in a major. We also Tom's a tip on whether to forward press or not to forward press.

Chant School
Ut Queant Laxis | The Chant That Inspired the Sound of Music

Chant School

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 23:31


Link to the musicA hymn to St. John the Baptist, written by Paul the Deacon in the 8th century. You may never have heard of this hymn, unless you've studied music history or theory, as it's not particularly well-known or popular, but it is actually extraordinarily influential. In this episode, you'll learn about the origin of SOLFEGE, which of course culminated in 1956, when Rogers and Hammerstein composed the most important piece of music ever written; Do, a Deer. Enjoy!Link to full lyrics (all 13 verses)For thy spirit, holy John, to chastenLips sin-polluted, fettered tongues to loosen;So by thy children might thy deeds of wonderMeetly be chanted.Lo! a swift herald, from the skies descending,Bears to thy father promise of thy greatness;How he shall name thee, what thy future story,Duly revealing.Scarcely believing message so transcendent,Him for a season power of speech forsaketh, Till, at thy wondrous birth, again returnethVoice to the voiceless.The heavenly citizens celebrate you with lauds, one God and at once triune; we also come imploring forgiveness; spare us among the redeemed.Thou, in thy mother's womb all darkly cradled, Knewest thy Monarch, biding in His chamber, Whence the two parents, through their children's merits, Mysteries uttered.Praise to the Father, to the Son begotten,And to the Spirit, equal power. possessing,One God whose glory, through the lapse of ages,Ever resoundeth. Amen.Ut queant laxis resonare fibris mira gestorum famuli tuorum, solve polluti labiis reatum, sancte Joannes.Nuntius celso veniens Olympo, te patri magnum fore nasciturum, nomen, et vitae seriem gerendae, ordine promit.Ille promissi dubius superniper didit promptae modulos loquelae; sed reformasti genitus peremptae organa vocis.Laudibus cives celebrant supernite, Deus simplex pariterque trine; supplices ac nos veniam precamur: parce redemptis.Ventris obstruso recubans cubili, senseras Regem thalamo manentem: hinc parens, nati, meritis, uterque, abdita pandit.Sit decus Patri, genitaeque proliet tibi, compare utriusque virtus, Spiritus semper, Deus unus, omni Temporis aevo. Amen.

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Golf: Tom Patri, Debbie O'Connell, Charlie Mechem, & Steve Yellin Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 101:00


Two of the Top Instructors in the game, Tom Patri and Debbie O'Connell plus former LPGA Tour Commission & Author Charlie Mechem, and the Designer of a program called Fluid Motion Factor, Steve Yellin, Join Me... Our resident Director of Instruction Tom Patri shares his concerns about the LIV Tour, the proposed changes the PGA Tour is looking to make for next season, and if Will Zalatoris was his student, what he would have said to him Sunday night after his third 2nd place finish in a major. Debbie O'Connell is annually recognized by the LPGA as a Top 50 Instructor. We delved deeply into our mental approach. We hear about what "flow state" is, her Keys To A Champion Mindset, how to not listen to our inner critic, and how to stay in the moment when we're on pace to shoot our best round ever and our buddies say things like, "hey if you par the last 2 holes you'll break 80." Charlie Mechem has a new book out titled: "Arnie & Jack, Stories Of My Long Friendship with Two Remarkable Men". Listen in as Charlie shares several of the stories in the book including, how he convinced them to co-design The King & The Bear Course at the World Golf Village when neither wanted to do it. We hear how different both men viewed playing golf when they got older, Arnie played every day and Jack rarely plays. He tells the hilarious story of how Arnie couldn't understand why anyone wouldn't go for it on 13 & 15 at Augusta National...do you know how many times I finished 2nd in The Masters? Neither do I. Steven Yellin created a program called Fluid Motion Factor. He delves deeply into brain function and how we've grooved our swings but what gets in the way is our minds. We learn about turning our intellect off, finding wholeness and the key element being that moment before we start our backswing. 

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Two of the Top Instructors in the game, Tom Patri and Debbie O'Connell plus former LPGA Tour Commission & Author Charlie Mechem, and the Designer of a program called Fluid Motion Factor, Steve Yellin, Join Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 100:54


Our resident Director of Instruction Tom Patri shares his concerns about the LIV Tour, the proposed changes the PGA Tour is looking to make for next season, and if Will Zalatoris was his student, what he would have said to him Sunday night after his third 2nd place finish in a major. Debbie O'Connell is annually recognized by the LPGA as a Top 50 Instructor. We delved deeply into our mental approach. We hear about what "flow state" is, her Keys To A Champion Mindset, how to not listen to our inner critic, and how to stay in the moment when we're on pace to shoot our best round ever and our buddies say things like, "hey if you par the last 2 holes you'll break 80." Charlie Mechem has a new book out titled: "Arnie & Jack, Stories Of My Long Friendship with Two Remarkable Men". Listen in as Charlie shares several of the stories in the book including, how he convinced them to co-design The King & The Bear Course at the World Golf Village when neither wanted to do it. We hear how differently both men viewed playing golf when they got older. Charlie tells the hilarious story of how Arnie couldn't understand why anyone wouldn't go for it on 13 & 15 at Augusta National...do you know how many times I finished 2nd in The Masters? Neither do I. Plus so many more great stories from his multiple interactions with both men. Steven Yellin created a program called Fluid Motion Factor. He delves deeply into brain function and how we've grooved our swings but what gets in the way is our minds. We learn about turning our intellect off, finding wholeness and the key element being that moment before we start our backswing. 

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Tom Patri, Debbie O'Connell, Charlie Mechem, & Steve Yellin Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 98:00


Two of the Top Instructors in the game, Tom Patri and Debbie O'Connell plus former LPGA Tour Commission & Author Charlie Mechem, and the Creator of Fluid Motion Factor Steve Yellin, Join Me...

The After Dinner Scholar
A Semester of Latin Hymns with Prof. Eugene Hamilton

The After Dinner Scholar

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 13:39


NUNC, Sancte, nobis Spiritus, unum Patri cum Filio, dignare promptus ingeri nostro refusus pectori.        Now, O Holy Spirit (given) for us One with the Father (and) the Son condescend to enter [us] at once (you) having been poured into our breasts Wyoming Catholic College students study Latin during their freshman and sophomore years. From there they move to two years of Latin reading groups. One of the groups this last semester read Latin hymns including Nunc Sancte nobis Spiritus. Prof. Eugene Hamilton—better known simply as Magister—led the reading group along with Dr. Travis Dziad. Prof. Hamilton is our guest on this podcast.

OPOSICIONES DE EDUCACIÓN
Defensa de la programación (EMPIEZA ASÍ)

OPOSICIONES DE EDUCACIÓN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 8:46


Clase gratuita sobre exposición de la programación y UDI: https://preparadoredufis.com/webinar-comunicacion Acceso a mi formación de exposición oral a precio reducido hasta mañana: https://preparadoredufis.com/cursos/c... Mi defensa de 50 minutos (máxima nota de mi Tribunal 10) para que cojas ideas del hilo conductor, las metáforas, la performance que hice en los primeros minutos y mucho más... Un primer módulo llamado ENAMORATORIA 🥰 Multitud de ideas para empezar de manera diferente y acabar en alto. Metáforas para que tu exposición brille y si tienes hilo conductor le saques el máximo partido. El segundo módulo: Miedo escénico y gestión de los nervios Masterclass completa y al grano para que puedas controlar los nervios, con meditación incluida que ha creado Alba experta en mindfulness. El módulo tres: enfocado a la defensa de la primera parte Módulo enfocado en vender cada elementos curricular cuidando los detalles y sonando de manera diferente. El módulo cuatro: defensa de tu unidad didáctica Varias estrategias para exponer tu unidad didáctica y que el Tribunal entienda tus actividades. Módulo para cuidar tu tiempo y el uso de la pizarra. Gestión del tiempo, uso de la pizarra y propuesta práctica para sacarle el máximo partido a la encerrona. Cuidamos cada detalle. Apartado con defensas en formato vídeo. Varias exposiciones completas de opositores que han sacado plaza recientemente. BONUS Una tutoría mensual dirigida para que no te quedes con ninguna duda y sepas cómo decir cada parte. Mi exposición analizada. Metáforas, forma de vender cada parte. Masterclass de Pepe de su exposición de 10 utilizando el visual thinking. Consejos de Esther experta en educación emocional y opositora con plaza. Consejos de Laura escritora y preparadora de secundaria en lenguas extranjeras. Consejos de Patri, especialista en lengua extranjera y plaza a la primera.

FUTURATI PODCAST
Ep. 91: Building cities on the high seas. | Patri Friedman

FUTURATI PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 61:17


From monarchy to laissez-faire capitalism, from communism to anarchism, much has been written advocating for different political philosophies. Though it has proven much harder to test these ideas in practice, it would be much easier if it became possible to actually create new countries with new rules, economic systems, and social arrangements. Tonight we're joined by Patri Friedman, a man who has a proposal to do just that. Patri is an American libertarian, anarcho-capitalist, and theorist of political economy. He founded The Seasteading Institute, a non-profit that explores the creation of sovereign ocean colonies. If you enjoy this interview please subscribe to the podcast and share it with your friends, and don't forget to check out our website, futuratipodcast.com ERRORS: I wasn't in on this one and Thomas doesn't take notes on errors. Maybe just ask him if there were any whoppers and then keep your ears open during the conversation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Jane Blalock, Tom Patri, Jeff Tracy, & Damon Hack Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 114:00


LPGA Legend Jane Blalock, Top Instructor Tom Patri, the Host of Grilling at the Green Jeff Tracy, & Golf Channel Host Damon Hack Join Me... Jane Blalock updates us on the upcoming tournaments on the Legends of the LPGA Tour and Annika Sorenstam's impact of playing last year in the US Women's Senior Open. We also look back to what it was like playing on the LPGA Tour during the 1970s and '80s, her desire to start a Women's Masters Tournament, and the PGA Women's Clinics that she's a part of to help grow the game. Tom Patri shares his thoughts on Mito Pereira's collapse on the 72nd hole at the PGA Championship and on whether any shine comes off Justin Thomas' win because of how it transpired. We also hear his thoughts on whether Tiger should continue to play this year, the meteoric rise of Steven Alker on the Champions Tour, and not only is the equipment and golf ball better than it was in the 70s and 80s but also how much better course conditions are now. Jeff Tracy shares the story of how he got his start in broadcasting 30 years ago hosting The Horseman's World. He shares how golf and food started to get intertwined with his shows. He talks about working with The Galloping Gourmet, Graham Kerr, having a role in the Kevin Costner film The Postman, and whether he gets more satisfaction out of playing a great round of golf or barbequing the perfect rack of ribs. Damon Hack shares his thoughts on whether Jack Nicklaus' reputation is under any threat after being sued by the Nicklaus Companies. We hear which milkshake is his favorite that's being served this week at The Memorial Tournament and who he likes to win the event. I also get his thoughts on Mito Pereria and Tiger Woods, plus when or if we'll see Phil Mickelson playing this season.

Alineación Indebida
El Manchester City es campeón, que prueben con la placenta de yegua y un derecho constitucional

Alineación Indebida

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 125:55


Ander Iturralde da la bienvenida a Rafa Pastrana, Patricia González y Gonzalo Carol para analizar la última jornada de la temporada 2021-2022 de la Premier League, con el Manchester City coronándose con una victoria ante el Aston Villa tras un susto de épicas proporciones en el Eithad; el Liverpool sufriendo también muchísimo contra el Wolverhampton pero finalmente haciendo lo que tenían que hacer y ganando para cerrar la liga a tan sólo dos puntos de haber conseguido el título; el Leeds logrando su deseada, ansiada salvación tras una dramática victoria en Brentford para ser el primero en salir del descenso en la última jornada en 11 años (y recibimos la reacción de Joe Brennan); el Burnley siendo arrollado por el Newcastle cuando necesitaba ganar pero será, finalmente, equipo de Championship el año que viene; el Arsenal haciendo todo lo que podía hacer con cinco goles hechos al Everton; el Tottenham haciendo lo propio con sendos cinco goles en Norwich para sellar su billete a la próxima Champions League (y Son siendo máximo goleador); el Chelsea ganó al Watford; el Brighton se lució contra el West Ham; el Crystal Palace echó la última palada de tierra sobre la temporada del Manchester United; el Leicester sumó otros positivos puntos para cerrar el año ante el Southampton; también, el Sunderland alzándose en Wembley con el último ascenso disponible a Championship; los ganadores de los torneos de las copas menores; el significado del paso de Jake Daniels en Blackpool con el análisis de Borja García; respondemos a las preguntas de la audiencia y recibimos las reflexiones de parte de nuestra alineación madridista sobre el no-fichaje de Kylian Mbappé.¡Volvemos el Miércoles!Donad y donad mucho a la causa de Borja en la Maratón de Edimburgo: https://fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/borja-garciaApoya a Alineación Indebida en su viaje a Paris para cubrir la próxima final de la Champions League el día 28 de Mayo y accede a todo nuestro contenido premium suscribiéndote al programa en: https://www.patreon.com/alineacionindebida¡Suscríbete al programa en tu plataforma favorita!¿Quieres cobertura futbolística-humorística de calidad? Necesitamos tu apoyo.Sigue a Ander en Twitter: https://twitter.com/andershoffmanSigue a Rafa en Twitter: https://twitter.com/RafaPastrana7Sigue a Patri en Twitter: https://twitter.com/patrigonmunizSigue a Gonzalo en Twitter: https://twitter.com/gonzalocarol29Sigue a Joe en Twitter: https://twitter.com/j4brennanSigue al programa en Instagram: instagram.com/podcastindebidoContacto: anderpodcast@gmail.com // alineacionindebidapodcast@gmail.com Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.