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95 Tesis - Dr. Miguel Núñez
PN apresa hombre que ultimó anciana para robarle en San Pedro de Macorís

95 Tesis - Dr. Miguel Núñez

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 2:02


Música Cristiana
PN apresa hombre que ultimó anciana para robarle en San Pedro de Macorís

Música Cristiana

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 2:02


Tu Historia Preferida
PN apresa hombre que ultimó anciana para robarle en San Pedro de Macorís

Tu Historia Preferida

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 2:02


Transformando la mente
PN apresa hombre que ultimó anciana para robarle en San Pedro de Macorís

Transformando la mente

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 2:02


Música Cristiana (Gratis)
PN apresa hombre que ultimó anciana para robarle en San Pedro de Macorís

Música Cristiana (Gratis)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 2:02


C'est pas si pire !
17. Mieux écouter les red flags

C'est pas si pire !

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 59:14


Dans cet épisode, nous écoutons l'histoire de Valentine. Val, elle sait qui elle est, ce qu'elle aime et ce qu'elle désire. Et tout cela, d'un air plus qu'assumé. Son histoire, si elle vient nous la raconter dans C'est Pas si Pire, c'est pour aider un maximum de filles ou de garçons qui croiseront un jour le chemin d'un ou d'une perverse narcissique. Valentine vient de vivre une de ces histoires qui marquent et blessent à vie. Pourtant, c'est avec beaucoup de détermination qu'elle désire partager son expérience avec un maximum de personnes afin de nous éviter ces mêmes blessures en écoutant mieux ce qu'on appelle les red flags ou ces signes qui devraient nous alerter comme des drapeaux rouges.

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar
11 mayores generales sin visa gringa. Sin Maquillaje, enero 5, 2023

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 29:43


Que Estados Unidos haya cancelado la visa a más de 3 mil dominicanos en los últimos doce años no es noticia si usted piensa que la media de deportaciones de ciudadanos dominicanos desde Estados Unidos cada año está entre 1600 y 1700. Como para saber quiénes han sido castigados con la exclusión del permiso de estada en Estados Unidos hay que solicitarlo en términos individuales y con algún tipo de justificación y como la autoridad competente no está obligada a decirlo, en esos casos todo es especulación. Hay eventos excepcionales como el de Roberto Rosario cuya cancelación de visa virtualmente fue anunciada pero en el resto de los casos es una notificación individual y en ocasiones ni siquiera se notifica. Mucha gente se ha dado cuenta de que le han revocado el visado en un aeropuerto. Un documento apócrifo que circula en las redes cita que una familia completa fue despojada del documento y eso tampoco es noticia ni debe dar lugar a especulación porque la normativa norteamericana en los casos de corrupción se extiende a los beneficiarios. Ustedes recordarán porque lo he dicho en este espacio que en el caso del senador Félix Bautista cuyos hijos fueron excluidos de las universidades gringas, cuando le reclamé a un funcionario de la embajada que los hijos no eran responsables de los actos de los padres me respondió que podían pagar esas universidades con el dinero de la corrupción. Recuerdo como ahora que el funcionario me preguntó si yo podía pagar una universidad de la Ivy League y tuve que callarme. Esa familia se fue en pleno. Ente el primero de enero del 2012 y el final del año pasado Estados Unidos ha tenido 2758 días laborables, 1148 días en fin de semana y 126 dias feriados. Si los deportados son unos 3 mil porque el numero exacto es especulación, apenas se habrá cancelado el visado a un ciudadano por día como media. 1.08 es el numero exacto. Que en el listado haya más de 400 miembros de las fuerzas armadas tampoco es noticia si usted hace el cálculo de los uniformados vinculados a los grandes casos de drogas que incluso se han entregado a las autoridades norteamericanas. Quienes han negociado en Estados Unidos como los oficiales Hiraldo Guerrero y Terrero Nin de seguro han hablado de sus socios y o protectores en los cuerpos castrenses. Quizá la única noticia de ser confirmada, es que el listado incluye 11 mayores generales de las FFAA y la PN porque ese club aun en el desorden de los uniformes en RD, es chiquito.

PN podcast
Radiation and the nervous system

PN podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 42:48


Dr. Amy Ross Russell(1) discusses a recently published review by Dr. Jeremy Rees(2) and Dr. Michael Kosmin(3) on the subject of radiation therapy on the brain, the history and motivation of its use, and its benefits and limitations. Read this latest Editor's Choice paper on the Practical Neurology website (https://pn.bmj.com/content/22/6/450) and the December print issue of the journal. The paper is also discussed by Practical Neurology editors, Dr. Phil Smith and Dr. Geraint Fuller, in their latest podcast: https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/editors-highlights-of-the-december-2022-issue?in=bmjpodcasts/sets/pn-podcast (1) Neurology, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, UK (2) Neurology, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London, UK (3) Clinical Oncology, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK Please subscribe to the Practical Neurology podcast via all podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify, to get the latest podcast every month. If you enjoy our podcast, please consider leaving us a review or a comment on the Practical Neurology Podcast iTunes page (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/pn-podcast/id942932053). The PN podcast is produced by Letícia Amorim and edited by Brian O'Toole. Thank you for listening.

Podcast do PublishNews
251 - Retrospectiva 2022: Equipe do PN comenta o que foi noticia no mercado em 2022

Podcast do PublishNews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 68:21


Em sua já tradicional retrospectiva, equipe do PN se reúne para comentar o que foi notícia do mercado editorial e livreiro mundial no ano que passou. O crescimento dos audiolivros, as novidades tecnológicas, a influência do TikTok no mercado editorial, a retomada das feiras e eventos literários no Brasil e no mundo, as novas editoras e selos, as movimentações na Europa e nos EUA, a força das livrarias grandes e independentes, os resultados das pesquisas sobre a indústria do livro e aas leis relacionadas ao livro, tudo fez parte de 2022 e fez parte da cobertura do PublishNews. Além das notícias no portal, nossa equipe explicou tópico por tópico e deu sua opinião sobre alguns dos assuntos, além de comentar as expectativas e planos para 2023. Este podcast é um oferecimento da MVB Brasil, empresa que traz soluções em tecnologia para o mercado do livro. Além da Metabooks, reconhecida plataforma de metadados, a MVB oferece para o mercado brasileiro o único serviço de EDI exclusivo para o negócio do livro. Com a Pubnet, o seu processo de pedidos ganha mais eficiência. https://brasil.mvb-online.com/home Já ouviu falar em POD, impressão sob demanda? Nossos parceiros da UmLivro são referência dessa tecnologia no Brasil, que permite vender primeiro e imprimir depois; reduzindo custos com estoque, armazenamento e distribuição. Com o POD da UmLivro, você disponibiliza 100% do seu catálogo sem perder nenhuma venda. http://umlivro.com.br Este é o episódio número 251 do Podcast do PublishNews do dia 2 de janeiro de 2023 gravado no dia 23 de dezembro. Eu sou Fabio Uehara e esse episódio conta com a participação Guilherme Sobota, Karina Lourenço e Talita Facchini. E a edição de Fabio Uehara. E não se esqueça de assinar a nossa newsletter, nos seguir nas redes sociais: Instagram, Linkedin, YouTube, Facebook e Twitter. Todos os dias com novos conteúdos para você. E agora a Retrospetiva de 2022 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcast-do-publishnews/message

Best of Interviews - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota
Matt’s Holiday Interviews: Robert Pilot

Best of Interviews - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 42:24


Robert Pilot is owner and host of Native Roots Radio, every weeknight at 6 PN on AM950

The Matt McNeil Show - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota
Matt’s Holiday Interviews: Robert Pilot

The Matt McNeil Show - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 42:24


Robert Pilot is owner and host of Native Roots Radio, every weeknight at 6 PN on AM950

Native Roots Radio Presents: I'm Awake - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota

Robert Pilot is owner and host of Native Roots Radio, every weeknight at 6 PN on AM950

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Origin of wiring specificity in an olfactory map: dendrite targeting of projection neurons

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.12.28.522173v1?rss=1 Authors: Wong, K. K. L., Li, T., Fu, T.-M., Liu, G., Lyu, C., Kohani, S., Xie, Q., Luginbuhl, D. J., Upadhyayula, G., Betzig, E., Luo, L. Abstract: How does wiring specificity of neural maps emerge during development? Formation of the adult Drosophila olfactory glomerular map begins with patterning of projection neuron (PN) dendrites at the early pupal stage. To better understand the origin of wiring specificity of this map, we created genetic tools to systematically characterize dendrite patterning across development at PN type-specific resolution. We find that PNs use lineage and birth order combinatorially to build the initial dendritic map. Specifically, birth order directs dendrite targeting in rotating and binary manners for PNs of the anterodorsal and lateral lineages, respectively. Two-photon- and adaptive optical lattice light-sheet microscope-based time-lapse imaging reveals that PN dendrites initiate active targeting with direction-dependent branch stabilization on the timescale of seconds. Moreover, PNs that are used in both the larval and adult olfactory circuits prune their larval-specific dendrites and re-extend new dendrites simultaneously to facilitate timely olfactory map organization. Our work highlights the power and necessity of type-specific neuronal access and time-lapse imaging in identifying wiring mechanisms that underlie complex patterns of functional neural maps. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

En Perspectiva
Entrevista Laura Raffo - Viene trabajando a nivel nacional ¿Porqué da este paso?

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 45:02


La economista Laura Raffo emergió en la actividad política pública como candidata a la intendencia de Montevideo por toda la coalición y luego se transformó en la cara visible de un proyecto político que aspiraba a fortalecer al Partido Nacional en Montevideo Sin embargo, ahora su trabajo político trasciende las fronteras de la capital. En los últimos meses, Raffo se lanzó a construir un “movimiento nacional” visitando varios departamentos. Además, ha mantenido conversaciones informales con dirigentes blancos en donde ha manifestado su intención de ser candidata. El miércoles de la semana pasada, en el acto por los 30 años de la Lista 71, Raffo, fue una de las principales oradoras y habló en clave nacional. Durante su discurso la presidenta de la comisión departamental de Montevideo del Partido Nacional, sostuvo que se “necesita” otro gobierno de coalición “liderado por el PN” y llamó a “combatir en el territorio la mentira del FA”: "Los quiero invitar a combatir en el territorio la mentira del FA. Porque todos ustedes están en el territorio, yo también estoy en el territorio. Tenemos que combatirla juntos, en el barrio, charlando con los vecinos, charlando con los compañeros de trabajo, charlando con los amigos. Los blancos del territorio tienen que desarmar el relato de mentiras del Frente Amplio". Conversamos En Perspectiva con Laura Raffo a propósito de estos nuevos pasos políticos que está tomando.

UMNO Online
RABU 21 DISEMBER 2022 - BERITA 5@5

UMNO Online

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 6:00


1. SEMUA JAWATANKUASA PENGURUSAN BENCANA SIAP SIAGA HADAPI BANJIR 2. TERIMA KASIH PM TERUSKAN INISIATIF KELUARGA MALAYSIA, FOKUS KESEJAHTERAAN RAKYAT 3. TUMPU AGENDA PERKASA EKONOMI NEGARA, FOKUS BANTU RAKYAT 4. CUKUP-CUKUPLAH DRAMA POLITIK, RAKYAT MAHU KHIDMAT KERAJAAN SEBAIKNYA 5. PN, JADILAH PEMBANGKANG BERPRINSIP RANGKUMAN 5 BERITA JAM 5 PETANG

Saturday Morning with Jack Tame
Bob Campbell: Best wine buy of 2022

Saturday Morning with Jack Tame

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 4:34


Wine: Akarua Rua 2001 Pinot Noir, Central Otago $27  Why I chose it:  - It is my best buy of 2022  - Really good PN doesn't often dip below $30  - Everyone who loves PN as much as I do should try this wine  - Perfect with ham and turkey  What does it taste like?  - Akarua's entry level Pinot Noir famously offers great value. Bright fresh wine with pronounced fruit flavours. Sweet cherry, ripe plum, a hint of floral and an attractively spicy finish.  Why it's a bargain:  - I'd be happy if I had paid $45 for it.  Where can you buy it?  - Whisky and More, Waikato $22.99; Winesale.co.nz, Lower Hutt $22.99; The Good Wine Co, Auckland $24.99  Food match?  - Smoked salmon is my favourite  Will it keep?  - Drink within two years while it remains fresh and fruity  Wine Tip  - Don't drink red wine too warm. Pop your glass of wine in the fridge for 5-10 minutes (it takes longer to chill the whole bottle) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Podcast de Puissance Nintendo : PNCast
Toute l'actu Nintendo de cette fin 2022 passée en revue !

Podcast de Puissance Nintendo : PNCast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 100:25


Atar, Guiome, Kurogeek et Xavier reparcourent l'actualité Nintendo des dernières semaines : PN Awards, Nintendo Direct spécial Super Mario Bros Le Film, ouverture de Super Nintendo World à Hollywood, solide performance de Nintendo avec des millions à tout-va, il y avait de quoi parler pour ce nouveau PNCAST ! Joyeuses Fêtes à tous !

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar
La policía batea para 300 en Los Alcarrizos, Sin Maquillaje, diciembre 15, 2022

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 29:49


Dos policías y un empleado del 911 servían a una estructura delincuencial que fue “desmantelada” a tiros en un intercambio de disparos con agentes de la Dicrim. Asumiendo como válida la versión de la policía, o sea que los tres empleados públicos de áreas de seguridad estaban al servicio del delito, hay que concluir que las bandas de controlan los barrios y que tienen estructuras de control similares a las de las grandes ciudades de mundo no son tan artesanales como se quieren vender. Se supone que tanto los policías como el empleado del 911 tiene acceso a un rango de información privilegiada. En el caso del 911 puede saber donde están las cámaras de seguridad de las que tanto se vanaglorian las autoridades y la forma en que se puede saltar su control. En el caso de los policías desde poner su arma al servicio del delito hasta cuando y como patrullan los policías que: “no se han apartado de los lineamientos de la institución” para usar las palabras del vocero. En mi condición de ejecutiva de medios de comunicación, porque ocupé puestos de dirección durante más de 20 años, una de las primeras cosas que se aprende es a identificar a los subalternos y sus capacidades. Una tiene que saber qué puede esperar de cada uno de los miembros del personal que se tiene a cargo. Parece que en la policía dominicana hay una excepción de la regla y las gerencias locales no conocen a su gente. Es la única explicación para que en el caso de Los alcarrizos la policía batee para 300 y se queda de lo más tranquila. De seis supuestos delincuentes acribillados dos pertenecen a la propia institución. Yo supongo que hoy se abre una investigación de los superiores de esos alistados. Quisiera saber cual era su conducta bajo el uniforme, cuánto rendían y en que tiempo trabajaban para la banda 30-30. Ayer hablé con varios residentes de las inmediaciones del barrio Las Mercedes donde ocurrió la tragedia. Ahí todo el mundo sabían quienes eran y de lo que eran capaces. ¿Porqué no lo sabia la policía hasta ayer? El gobierno de Abinader ha fracasado en su política de seguridad pública porque no tiene política de seguridad pública. Reacciona como han reaccionado los gobiernos anteriores cuando el bote se le llena de agua. Militarizaron Santo Domingo norte y aplicaron una política se ley seca que duró menos que una cucaracha en un gallinero. Desde ayer militarizaron Los Alcarrizos. Vamos a ver cuanto dura. Todavía República Dominicana es uno de los países con una tasa relativamente baja de violencia delincuencial y victimización. Eso lo dicen los números de las prestigiosa Insigth Crime, pero eso no es consuelo. Encubrir las responsabilidades del gato no disminuye la cantidad de ratas. Si ayer la PN bateó para 300 en los Alcarrizos para cuanto batea en cada municipio?

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
Bersatu, Ready To Be A Strong And Formidable Opposition?

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 37:08


While Perikatan Nasional lost the bid to form the government of the day, its influence to shape the political future of Malaysia is not to be underestimated. Wan Ahmad Fayshal, MP for Machang, and youth chief for Bersatu, one of the core parties of the coalition, tells us whether PN is a coalition for all Malaysians and what kind of opposition they intend to be.

Podcast do PublishNews
249 - Eiffel: a nova livraria dos arquitetos, urbanistas e designers

Podcast do PublishNews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 37:05


Uma ótima notícia para quem gosta de livros e de Arquitetura, Urbanismo, Design e Paisagismo. São Paulo tam mais uma livraria independente. A Livraria Eiffel. Inaugurada no último dia 8 de dezembro na Praça da República, 813 no prédio homônimo desenhado por Oscar Niemeyer. No podcast do PN dessa semana, conversamos com E conversamos com Leo Wojdyslawski, o idealizador da Eiffel. Nesse bate papo, falamos sobre como surgiu a ideia de abrir uma livraria especializada, como o centro de SP se tornou um corredor de livrarias, de como lidar com a concorrência da internet, de como foi pensado o conceito da loja e a curadoria das obras e muito mais. Este podcast é um oferecimento da MVB Brasil, empresa que traz soluções em tecnologia para o mercado do livro. Além da Metabooks, reconhecida plataforma de metadados, a MVB oferece para o mercado brasileiro o único serviço de EDI exclusivo para o negócio do livro. Com a Pubnet, o seu processo de pedidos ganha mais eficiência. https://brasil.mvb-online.com/home Já ouviu falar em POD, impressão sob demanda? Nossos parceiros da UmLivro são referência dessa tecnologia no Brasil, que permite vender primeiro e imprimir depois; reduzindo custos com estoque, armazenamento e distribuição. Com o POD da UmLivro, você disponibiliza 100% do seu catálogo sem perder nenhuma venda. http://umlivro.com.br Este é o episódio número 249 do Podcast do PublishNews do dia 12 de dezembro de 2022 gravado no dia 7. Eu sou Fabio Uehara e esse episódio conta com a participação de Guilherme Sobota e Talita Facchini. E a edição de Fabio Uehara. E não se esqueça de assinar a nossa newsletter, nos seguir nas redes sociais: Instagram, Linkedin, YouTube, Facebook e Twitter. Todos os dias com novos conteúdos para você. E agora Leo Wojdyslawski --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcast-do-publishnews/message

Astro Awani
AWANI Pagi: Berita Tumpuan & Pasca PRU15 [08 Disember 2022]

Astro Awani

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 27:46


Ketahui berita yang perlu anda tahu hari ini bersama Geegee Ahmad dan Hafizi Rosli dalam #AWANIpagi  Antara fokus AWANI Pagi hari ini merangkumi:   PN menang di Parlimen Padang Serai, BN menang di DUN Tioman  Calon timbalan menteri dimuktamadkan dalam masa terdekat - PM   #AWANInews #PantauKerajaanBaharu 

Astro Awani
Consider This: Bersatu | A Formidable Opposition?

Astro Awani

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 27:05


Will Perikatan Nasional prove to be a formidable Oppostion, with a Shadow Cabinet to rival the Coalition Govt on the policy front? Or will ethno-religious rows derail constructive debate on reforms? On #ConsiderThis we ask Bersatu Information Chief Datuk Wan Saiful Wan Jan about PN's next move.

Pravda
IDE O PENIAZE - Elektronický účet poistenca neznie ako sexi produkt. Ale môže vám zachrániť dôchodok

Pravda

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 12:13


Čo všetko nájdete v elektronickom účte poistenca? Prečo je dôležité mať prehľad o svojom sociálnom poistení už od prvého zárobku a kontrolovať si ho? Čo všetko o vás Sociálna poisťovňa vie a čo robiť, ak niečo nevie, aby ste si zachránili váš budúci dôchodok? Kedy sa v účte objavia údaje aj spred rokov 2004 a 1993, teda aj z obdobia Československa? Čo je elektronická PN a ako funguje? A napokon, kedy v účte pribudne aj predbežný výpočet vášho budúceho dôchodku? Elektronický účet poistenca v relácii Ide o peniaze exkluzívne predstaví generálny riaditeľ Sociálnej poisťovne Michal Ilko.

ASPEN Podcasts
Multivitamins Outside of a Shortage: Am I Practicing Standard of Care?

ASPEN Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 56:17


With an adequate supply of multivitamins now available in the U.S. market, it is important to ensure that your clinical practice for dosing multivitamins for your patients on parenteral nutrition (PN) meets the standard of care. This podcast discusses the appropriate dosing of multivitamins in pediatric and adult PN patients when rationing is not needed. It addresses misconceptions on the adequacy of substandard dosing and uses patient cases to demonstrate the importance of consistency in dosing and delivery of vitamins to patients on PN. Here are links to access the ASPEN Appropriate Dosing for Parenteral Nutrition practice tool: https://bit.ly/PNdosing and the handouts from the webinar which was converted into this podcast: https://bit.ly/DosingMultivitamins. December 2022

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar
La PN haciendo cuentos, Sin Maquillaje, diciembre 6, 2022

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 29:14


Ayer alguien me envió una frase atribuida a Albert Einsten que reza que nadie puede esperar resultados diferentes haciendo lo mismo. Eso lo he dicho yo con menos sabiduría respecto a la nuestra vida cotidiana. Hoy todos los medios anuncian que 33 mil policías saldrán a patrullar con motivo de las fiestas navideñas. El anuncio debe motivar una serie de preguntas. ¿Son nuevos esos policías; Qué hacían antes o dónde estaban? ¿Porqué en medio de tanta queja de la ciudadanía y de tanta exposición de la delincuencia esos policías estaban guardados como enantes el vestido de la pascua? Según la nomina pública la PN tiene 37 mil miembros, supongo que ese numero variará pero no en 33 mil. Si según la nómina la uniformada tiene 37 mil miembros y ayer se anunció que 33 mil saldrán a patrullar hay que colegir que son los 33 mil que deben patrullar siempre y que parece que estaban ocupados en otra cosa y que por tanto con motivo de la navidad nos van a hacer el favor de cuidar de la ciudadanía que se supone es lo que tienen que hacer siempre. En favor de las actuales autoridades hay que decir que el anuncio no es nuevo y que si se le pregunta a Google nos daremos cuenta que se hace todos los años no importa quién dirija la policía, quién sea el ministro de interior ni de cual gobierno. Es la misma pendejada, se anuncia el patrullaje, se dice de una cantidad enorme de policías como si hubiera una contratación extraordinaria para navidad. Los gobiernos del PLD inauguraron para la República Dominicana el apogeo de la comunicación y el reinado de la percepción. El sistema de comunicadores pagados para decir lo que convenía a la administración sustituyó las acciones reales para enfrentar cualquier problema. Cuando usted escucha el anuncio del patrullaje masivo tiene que llegar a la conclusión que es la misma estrategia. Ojalá y hoy no escuchemos al bocinerío alabando la presencia policial con motivo de la navidad y sin preguntar y después de navidad qué?

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Shattering Glass Ceilings w/ Jen & Zach Pelka, Une Femme

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 61:34


In less than three years, Jen & Zach Pelka, the sister and brother co-founders of Une Femme, have taken what was supposed to be an in-house wine brand for their Champagne Bars The Riddler to the fastest-growing sparkling wine in the US. Leveraging data from The Riddler sales with a mission of promoting women and enabling the shattering of glass ceilings, Jen & Zach have taken a CPG approach to rocket Une Femme to become a national player.  Detailed Show Notes: Une Femme launchInitially designed as an in-house brand for The RiddlerData from The Riddler, from 2 bars, 150-200 wines sold by the glass, 70% women, difficult to find affordable, approachable sparkling rosés by the glass led to Une Femme designLaunched Feb 2020 - a bad time for on-premise, Covid closures forced more national distributionWine portfolioThe Betty - sparkling white, named after Betty White, no dosage, 80% PN / 20% CHThe Callie - sparkling rosé from California, 1st wine to take off$32 retail ProductWork directly w/ wineries and winemakers, capital-light modelMostly Central Coast, CAMade in 3 locations w/ a Type 2 winery licenseMade w/ Charmat method (tank) - faster, less expensive, more scalable, spends 1-3 months in tankMotto - “World-class women-made wines that give back to female-centered charities”Each wine partnered w/ charities, which gets a lot of pressThe Callie - Breast Cancer Research FundThe Betty - Dress for SuccessLimited Edition Wines (Piquettes) - Tree SistersBatonnage Forum (for more detail, see XChateau Ep 40)Assesses donations every quarter for contribution amount; can't tie a specific $ amount to a bottle due to alcohol complianceFastest growing sparkling wine brand in the US2020 - 1,500 cases2021 - 5,400 cases2022E - ~100,000 cases2023E - >200,000 casesAspiration - 400-500k case brand to become a “call brand” for sparkling wine, where customers ask for it by nameDiversity at scale is mostly restricted by access to capital (Une Femme just able to raise $10M Series A)PackagingMultiple formats - 750ml, 187ml, 250ml cansSmall formats launched to take advantage of events, charities where small bottles (w/ straws) / cans will be photographed/seen vs. drinking from a glass250ml cans driven by Delta - lighter, more scalable, sustainablePrice - will be ~$24.99 from major retail partners as the product scalesTargeting premiumization categories ($20-40 range) and growing the sparkling categoryPromotionBrand partners - Marriott (by the glass in high-end hotels - Ritz Carlton, St Regis, JW Marriott), DeltaMost successful promotion - Hall of Femme awards program celebrated 365 women who have shattered a glass ceiling. Sent them a crate of wine with stunt glass and a hammer to shatter it. Based on the brand name “Une Femme,” meaning it only takes 1 woman to shatter a glass ceilingHas done social media, paid advertising, email marketing, & just started text marketingDoes a lot of events and donations to lots of charitiesWord of mouth from friends in the industry (e.g., wine shop owners, sommeliers) Branded credit card - to be part of customers' lives, introducing similar, women-focused, women-owned brands (e.g., Milk Bar), capitalizing on the movement of women supporting women, esp with their walletsBrand ambassador program - run through a 3rd party as a way to have affiliate marketing for influencersHighest ROI marketing - things that lead to partnerships w/ large national players, e.g., trade shows Get access to library episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

PantyNectar Podcast
PN47. Fuck your boss, do what makes you happy!!!

PantyNectar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 30:08


So many times we worry about the judgement of others. Why, though? It is a common issue that many of us face. We are so worried about what others may think that we fail to live our own happy lives. After all, what is the purpose of life if it's lived in a miserable state? You should be happy and do what you want, even if that means cross dressing and your boss not approving of your activities. Yeah, I know, PN podcast can cover the gamut! This epidote is about you finding you and doing what makes you happy. I tell the story of a fan that messaged about him cross dressing and how he and his wife have grown to a place in their relationship that they are both comfortable enough to accept and explore. It's not always perfect, though, as you will find out!  I truly appreciate you listening and supporting the podcast. PantyNectar wouldn't be possible without you, and I really mean that. Please consider checking out my other socials, as well.Twitter: @PantyNectar9IG: PantyNectarIGTikTok: pnpodcastreddit: u/PantyNectarYoutube: @PantyNectarDiscord: https://discord.gg/pantynectarOfficial Site: https://pantynectar.comMister P's Official Site: https://mrpnectar.com

Podcast do PublishNews
245 - O futuro da Lei Cortez e do preço do livro no Brasil

Podcast do PublishNews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 66:44


A Flip 2022 terminou no último domingo como a festa literária da retomada – e que também viu o sucesso da programação na nossa Casa PublishNews. Foram 26 eventos entre debates, lançamentos, apresentações artísticas e painéis falando sobre os assuntos mais relevantes do mercado editorial: e alguns deles você vai conferir aqui no nosso Podcast. O primeiro debate escolhido foi um de grande importância para a indústria do livro. O futuro da Lei Cortez e do preço do livro no Brasil. Debaterem conosco: Roberta Machado (diretora de comunicações do SNEL, Sindicato Nacional dos Editores de Livros, Vice-presidente do Grupo Editorial Record) Alexandre Martins Fontes (diretor-executivo da WMF, dono da livraria Martins Fontes Paulista e vice-presidente financeiro da ANL, Associação Nacional de Livrarias) Rosely Boschini (CEO da Editora Gente e ex-presidente da CBL, Câmara Brasileira do Livro) Eles falam sobre como o projeto de lei prevê que todo livro sob edição nacional receba uma precificação única em até um ano do lançamento. Os três se mostraram otimistas com a possibilidade de que a Lei seja aprovada em breve. Desde julho de 2022, a Lei se encontra pronta para a pauta na Comissão de Assuntos Econômicos do Senado Federal. Este podcast é um oferecimento da MVB Brasil, empresa que traz soluções em tecnologia para o mercado do livro. Além da Metabooks, reconhecida plataforma de metadados, a MVB oferece para o mercado brasileiro o único serviço de EDI exclusivo para o negócio do livro. Com a Pubnet, o seu processo de pedidos ganha mais eficiência. https://brasil.mvb-online.com/home Já ouviu falar em POD, impressão sob demanda? Nossos parceiros da UmLivro são referência dessa tecnologia no Brasil, que permite vender primeiro e imprimir depois; reduzindo custos com estoque, armazenamento e distribuição. Com o POD da UmLivro, você disponibiliza 100% do seu catálogo sem perder nenhuma venda. http://umlivro.com.br A a casa PublishNews 2022 tem o patrocinio Master de CBL - TranspoExpress e o patrocinio de Um livro, Maralto Edições, Outra Margem, Nversos Editora, Bookwire, Primavera Editorial, MVB, Bella Editora, Baderna Literária, SNEL e Editora Labrador Este é o episódio número 245 do Podcast do PublishNews do dia 29 de novembro de 2022 gravado no dia 23. Eu sou Fabio Uehara e esse episódio conta com a participação de Roberta Machado, Alexandre Martins Fontes, Rosely Boschini . E a edição de Fabio Uehara. E não se esqueça de assinar a nossa newsletter, nos seguir nas redes sociais: Instagram, Linkedin, YouTube, Facebook e Twitter. Todos os dias com novos conteúdos para você. E agora Audiobooks: formatos, modelos e possibilidades , gravado na casa PN em Paraty com a mediação de Ricardo Arcon --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcast-do-publishnews/message

BFM :: Morning Brief
UMNO, A Party At Crossroads

BFM :: Morning Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 10:05


Despite the shocking defeat of UMNO at GE15, winning only 26 seats, this party is now playing kingmaker in determining which coalition will run Malaysia. Dr Azmi Hassan, Senior Research Fellow, Nusantara Academy for Strategic Research helps us make sense of their statement which states that it would be part of a unity government not led by PN. He also delves into the future of current party president, Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.Image credit: Shutterstock

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar
Abinader derrotado por la delincuencia común, Sin Maquillaje, noviembre 21, 2022

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 28:54


Las imágenes de varios cuerpos ensangrentados y sin vida no han llegado aún a los medios pero ya circulan profusamente en las redes sociales. Varios audios identifican los cuerpos como integrantes de una banda del sector La Puya de Arroyo Hondo e indican que solo un integrante del grupo se salvó de la embestida policial por ocultarse tras una mujer. No compartiré las imágenes porque el morbo no es relevante en el periodismo profesional y hay que dejarlo para quienes viven de eso. Lo relevante de esto no es la cantidad de sangre derramada en un barrio modesto enclavado en una zona de alto ingreso sino el método utilizado por la PN para enfrentar la delincuencia que en un momento de especial intensidad.. Si se confirma la matanza de la Puya, no tengo que dudar mucho porque el cabo que me la envió es una persona bien informada, hay que decir que ocurre horas antes de que el presidente de la república en su propia voz hiciera una advertencia a los infractores de la ley para que se entreguen a la policía y de que el jefe de la PN hiciera los mismo. O sea que el método para enfrentar la delincuencia sigue siendo matar delincuentes o supuestos delincuentes. Siempre digo que este país goza del privilegio de insistir en lo que no funcionan y cuando Luis Abinader era candidato y hablaba de la asesoría del ex alcalde de New York Rudolf Giulliani para reducir la criminalidad guardaba alguna esperanza aunque el método del republicano no me gustaba. Ahora que Giulliani está en problemas y pesa sobre la una investigación federal no se dice nada sobre ese personaje y las acciones adoptadas por la administración de Abinader rondan entre la improvisación y el más de lo mismo. En ausencia del famoso plan Giuliani apareció un asesor español que no se entiende ni con el mismo y mientras, pasan las mismas cosas o sea los mismos asaltos callejeros y los mismos excesos policiales, como si la ciudadanía no tuviera derecho ni siquiera a una esperanza de tranquilidad. O la política de seguridad pública del gobierno de Abinader fracasó o el gobierno de Abinader no tiene política de seguridad pública. No sabemos que es peor o cual interpretación es peor pero si sabemos que en el camino estamos los ciudadanos y ciudadanas victimas o de la delincuencia o de la policía.

BFM :: Market Watch
Fundamentals Will Prevail....Eventually

BFM :: Market Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 9:22


The outlook for the FBM KLCI is looking uncertain. But there will be more clarity once a new government is formed when leaders meet the YDPA. In a possible PN led government, the differentiating factor is PAS which has the largest number of seats in parliament at 49. How will this be viewed by investors in terms of policy making and representation in various Ministries? For insights, we speak to Alexander Chia, Regional Head of Research, RHB Investment Bank.Image credit: Shutterstock

Podcast do PublishNews
244 - Curadores explicam escolhas para a Flip 2022

Podcast do PublishNews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 54:39


Paraty se transforma quando as tendas da Flip, os livros e o público invadem suas ruas. A edição deste ano, que começa nesta quarta-feira, celebra os 20 anos da festa, trazendo para o centro de seus debates a pluralidade de visões e sensibilidades que estão em jogo na contemporaneidade. E seguindo a edição anterior a Flip traz novamente uma curadoria coletiva, desta vez com um trio: Milena Britto, professora na Universidade Federal da Bahia e que, entre outros temas, pesquisa gênero, literatura e estratégias de legitimação no campo literário. Fernanda Bastos, jornalista, tradutora e editora de livros. Fundou, ao lado do crítico literário Luiz Mauricio Azevedo, a editora Figura de Linguagem. E Pedro Meira Monteiro, professor brasileiro na Universidade de Princeton, onde fundou, com João Biehl, o Brazil LAB (Luso-Afro-Brazilian Studies), que congrega pesquisadores de diversas áreas e inúmeros países. E neste episódio do podcast do PN, conversamos com dois deles, Fernanda e Pedro. No bate-papo falamos sobre expectativas, sobre os desafios, sobre a autora homenageada, Maria Firmina dos Reis, sobre o impacto da FLIP e de toda movimentação que o importante evento literário leva para Paraty, sobre a escolha dos convidados, das possibilidades de uma curadoria coletiva, entre outros temas. Este podcast é um oferecimento da MVB Brasil, empresa que traz soluções em tecnologia para o mercado do livro. Além da Metabooks, reconhecida plataforma de metadados, a MVB oferece para o mercado brasileiro o único serviço de EDI exclusivo para o negócio do livro. Com a Pubnet, o seu processo de pedidos ganha mais eficiência. https://brasil.mvb-online.com/home Já ouviu falar em POD, impressão sob demanda? Nossos parceiros da UmLivro são referência dessa tecnologia no Brasil, que permite vender primeiro e imprimir depois; reduzindo custos com estoque, armazenamento e distribuição. Com o POD da UmLivro, você disponibiliza 100% do seu catálogo sem perder nenhuma venda. http://umlivro.com.br Este é o episódio número 244 do Podcast do PublishNews do dia 21 de novembro de 2022 gravado no dia 14. Eu sou Fabio Uehara e esse episódio conta com a participação de Talita Facchini, e Guilherme Sobota . E a edição de Fabio Uehara. E não se esqueça de assinar a nossa newsletter, nos seguir nas redes sociais: Instagram, Linkedin, YouTube, Facebook e Twitter. Todos os dias com novos conteúdos para você. E agora Fernanda Bastos e Pedro Meira Monteiro, --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcast-do-publishnews/message

Anita Girlietainment Sprachmemos
Mit dem Pferd in die Arbeit geritten / Mein Zeichen gegen die Klimakrise

Anita Girlietainment Sprachmemos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 30:51


Folg mir gern auf Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/anitagirlietainmentsprachmemos/ Schick mir da gern auch das Codewort der heutigen Episode und wenn du in der nächsten Folge auch vorkommen möchtest, deine Frage (gern auch als Audiomemo per PN) als Nachricht auf Insta an mich! Ich freu mich! :) *Anzeige Schau mal auf podcast.formelskin.de/anita und spare 40% auf deine ersten 2 Monate FORMEL Skin mit dem Code ANITA40

Commercial Real Estate Pro Network
Real Estate Investing Offense vs Defense in Changing Market with Spencer Hilligoss - CRE PN # 379

Commercial Real Estate Pro Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 58:14


Today, my guest is Spencer Hilligoss. Spencer is the CEO and co founder of Madison Investing a real estate investment firm specializing in real estate syndications. As a passive investor and active syndicator. He understands the unique challenges that busy professionals face when starting out in their real estate investing journey. Spencer's mission is to arm investors with a know how they need to make confident investment decisions tailored to their individual life goals. Prior to pivoting to real estate, Spencer held several executive roles in the financial technology industry, including positions at Intuit and gusto. forging a 13 year track record of building high performing teams across five companies, three of which are valued at over a billion dollars. Throughout his career, one thing has remained consistent his ability to keenly focus on professional development, helping teams and individuals reach their full potential. Spencer is a member of the 2021 Forbes real estate Council and has been featured in publications such as Business Insider, when he's not shifting the way people think about investing, you can find him listening to metal, adding to his tattoo collection and jogging through the Bay Area with his wife and two sons. Ask him about the time he played on stage in San Francisco at the Vans Warped Tour. And then just a minute, we're going to speak with Spencer about playing financial offense versus defense. But first, a quick reminder, if you like our show, CR e PN radio, there are a couple things you can do to help us out. You can like, share and subscribe. And as always, we encourage you to leave a comment. We'd love to hear from our listeners. Also, if you want to see how handsome Our guests are, be sure to check out our YouTube channel. You can find us on YouTube at commercial real estate pro network. And while you're there, please subscribe. With that I'd like to welcome my guest, Spencer Hilligoss,  Welcome to CRE PN Radio. 

Astro Awani
Agenda AWANI: ‘Grand Finale' Demi Malaysia

Astro Awani

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 25:26


Gelombang 72 jam menuju PRU15, berjayakah PN kuasai sokongan pengundi Melayu? Bagaimana pula nak yakinkan pengundi bukan  Melayu? Bersama Pengerusi PN, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

PN podcast
Editors Highlights of the December 2022 issue

PN podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 38:18


Practical Neurology Editors Phil Smith and Geraint Fuller talk you through the highlights of the December 2022 issue of the journal (https://pn.bmj.com/content/22/6/445). Please subscribe to the Practical Neurology podcast via all podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify, to get the latest podcast every month. If you enjoy our podcast, please consider leaving us a review or a comment on the Practical Neurology Podcast iTunes page (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/pn-podcast/id942932053). The PN podcast is produced by Letícia Amorim and edited by Brian O'Toole. Thank you for listening.

Dépasse-toi !
[capsule 3 minutes] Ne vois pas le MAL partout, les vrais 'PN' sont rares !

Dépasse-toi !

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 2:54


Anita Girlietainment Sprachmemos
Pferde True Crime: Mysteriöser Fall um Züchter Torsten

Anita Girlietainment Sprachmemos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 30:57


Folg mir gern auf Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/anitagirlietainmentsprachmemos/ Schick mir da gern auch das Codewort der heutigen Episode und wenn du in der nächsten Folge auch vorkommen möchtest, deine Frage (gern auch als Audiomemo per PN) als Nachricht auf Insta an mich! Ich freu mich! :) *Anzeige Schau mal auf podcast.formelskin.de/anita und spare 40% auf deine ersten 2 Monate FORMEL Skin mit dem Code ANITA40

Dave and Dujanovic
National Election Roundup

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 9:23


All aboard on our election train ... with stops in PN where John Fetterman beat celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz to turn that senate seat blue -- Ohio -- where Trump backed JD Vance goes from Hillbilly Elegy to the US Senate. D2 takes a trip around the nation to check in on election results in races that intrigued them most.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dave and Dujanovic
11/9/2022

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 113:51


9:05 - The Red Wave that Never Happened A red wave was the minimum of what Republicans expected... The really wanted a Red Tsunami... it felt like they were on the edge of their seats all night long.  Lots of status quo across the nation. Lots of big swings from candidates, but instead of homeruns... we had good quality at-bats. Good moral victory... keep your head up kid... but close only counts in cornhole. Dave and Debbie go over the swings and misses. 9:20 - Mike Lee takes victory against Evan Mcmullin - would it have mattered if McMullin would have run as a democrat?Republican Senator Mike Lee declares victory, Independent candidate Evan McMullin concedes defeat -- but let's not gloss over the numbers -- let's get granular -- in SLCO -- Evan is up 17% over Mike. Hypothetical question: what if McMullin would have run as a democrat -- would that have mattered? For an overall loss -- this is a win. Statewide Lee is up 14% -- but let's remember last election -- Lee won by 41%. James Curry, Political Science Professor at the University of Utah joins the show.9:35 - National Election Roundup All aboard on our election train ... with stops in PN where John Fetterman beat celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz to turn that senate seat blue -- Ohio -- where Trump backed JD Vance goes from Hillbilly Elegy to the US Senate. D2 takes a trip around the nation to check in on election results in races that intrigued them most.9:50 - $595 Million Bond not to pass in Orem effecting split from Alpine District Let's swing through Orem to see how that big push for a school district divorce is shaping up. Did Orem voters end the marriage to the Alpine District -- or did they decide to stay in it? Aimee Cobabe, KSL Newsradio Reporter joins the show with the latest. 10:05 - Representative Blake Moore Reacts to Election Results Blake Moore is expected to take the win at 68.4% against Rick jones in CD1, Representative Blake Moore joins the show to share reaction to his re-election. 10:20 - The Fall of the Celebrity Candidate We've had a number of celebrity candidates running in this year's midterm elections, but as some races including celebrities such as Dr. Oz and Herschel Walker not seeing an immediate win, is the fall of the celebrity candidate among us? 10:35 - Did Trump's Endorsement Help JD Vance in the Ohio Senate RaceWe're going to look at some of this midterm's popular Republican races. The results for Ohio's midterm elections are out, and Republicans have swept the state. Senate: J.D. Vance (R) won with a 53.3% of votes, while Tim Ryan (D) got 46.7% of votes.  Paul Beck, Academy Professor of Political Science at Ohio State University10:50 - A check in on the Nevada and Arizona Senate Race D2 continues our discussion on the popular Republican races for the midterm elections. We're going to take a look at what's happening in Nevada and Arizona.  Colton Lochhead, Las Vegas Journal-Review joins the show to discuss the latest in Nevada. Taylor Kinnerup, KTAR Breaking News Reporter joins the show live from Arizona with the latest there and the significance of the state.11:05 - 11:20 - Was a lack of voters behind the minimal red splash? Was it a red splash after yesterdays election night? and did it have anything to do with the lack of voters, Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources joins us next for his analysis.11:35 - The Trump Effect The Trump effect... What is it doing for his endorsements? And is it working? Trump is posing as the leader of the Republican Party by endorsing Republican candidates. He handpicked Dr. Oz as a candidate for Pennsylvania Senate, but he lost to Democrat John Fetterman. Taylor Morgan, Executive Director of Count My Vote and KSL @ Night Host joins the show to discuss the trump effect11:50 - Local Election Roundup Debbie and Dave continue their discussion with Taylor Morgan, Executive Director of Count My Vote and KSL @ Night Host surrounding local elections in Utah. KSL Newsradio Reporter Lindsay Aerts joins the discussion to share what she has been watching for the past 24 hours. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BFM :: Morning Brief
Who Will Win The Hearts Of The Malay Heartland?

BFM :: Morning Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 14:03


In politics, the Malay heartland of FELDA and FELCRA covers 90 parliamentary seats, or 41% of the total seats in the Dewan Rakyat. With the Malay demographic expected to split three-ways between BN, PN and GTA, who will succeed in winning the hearts and minds of the Malay heartland? Dr. Bridget Welsh, Honorary Research Associate, Asia Research Centre, University of Nottingham Malaysia weighs in.Image credit: Muaz Jaffar/Shutterstock.com

Ráno Nahlas
November'89: Nespravodlivosť režimu vo mne prebúdza až zlosť, rovnako nezáujem mladých, tvrdí filmárka Eva Lokajová z ÚPN

Ráno Nahlas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 30:40


„Neviem si predstaviť, že si si v tej dobe nemohol povedať svoj názor, alebo že si nemohol počúvať hudbu, ktorú si chcel“, reaguje filmárka Eva Lokajová z Ústavu pamäti národa na obdobie pred Novembrom'89 .   Je tu november a s ním aj November s veľkým N, ten z roku'89. Čas, keď sa do našich končín vracala sloboda, po štyroch dekádach neslobody pod komunistickou nadvládou. Už vyše desaťročie je tento čas spojený aj s Festivalom slobody, za ktorým stojí Ústav pamäti národa a aj takýmto spôsobom napĺňa program svojho zakladateľa Jána Langoša – tešiť sa zo slobody, avšak nezabúdať na to, ako sa žilo bez nej. A za týmto Festivalom slobody stojí aj Eva Lokajová, jeho dramaturgička.   Sama sa narodila už do slobodných čias v Lokci na Orave. Neskôr vyštudovala masmediálnu komunikáciu na univerzite v Nitre a už tretí rok je v Ústave pamäti národa. Okrem toho, že je dramaturgičkou Festivalu slobody, filmársky sa podieľa na zachytávaní osudov pamätníkov komunistického útlaku. Najmä obetí nastupujúcej komunistickej totalitnej moci z prvej polovice päťdesiatych rokov minulého storočia. ÚPN ich uchováva vo svojich archívov vrámci tzv. oral history.   „Som veľmi rada, že sa cez príbehy pamätníkov doby neslobody dozvedám o nej nesprostredkovane“, tvrdí. Na pozadí príbehov dlhoročných väzení, nemožnosti štúdia, šikanovaní len pre názor hovorí, že sloboba je hodná oslavy.   „Pre mňa je až inšpirujúce, že tí ľudia prežili veľkú krivdu, bolo im neprávom ublížené, a napriek tomu dokázali žiť svoj život autenticky a udržali si svoju vnútornú slobodu“, približuje filmárka ÚPN. „A sú to pozitívni ľudia, nezostali zatrpknutí“, dodáva.   „Keď ich počúvam pri nahrávaní (pre oral history ÚPN – pozn. red), je vo mne priam hnev, veď to nie je fér, čím si museli prejsť.“   Festival slobody   Dobu neslobody si už dvanásty rok pripomína Ústav pamätí národ multižánrovým Festivalom slobody. Od dnešného 7. novembra až do výročia Nežnej revolúcie si bude môcť verejnosť pozrieť viacero slovenských premiér, ktoré reflektujú dobu neslobody aj za hranicami. Prehliadka prinesie hrané a dokumentárne filmy z Nórska, Poľska, Rumunska či susednej Českej republiky. Rovnako výstavy, komentované prehliady priestorov archívu ÚPN, ale aj divadelné predstavenie.   Podcast pripravil Jaroslav Barborák

Diet NPO Podcast
EN vs. PN, Practice Questions, and Halloween Treats

Diet NPO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 15:43


Episode 19: EN vs. PN, Practice Questions, and Halloween Treats This week, Zak talks about when to eat orally, use enteral, or go with parenteral. He pairs these up with some great questions and tells you about some spooky treats. 1. A 45 y/o female arrives to the hospital with intractable vomiting. She has had poor oral intake and abdominal pain for 1 week. She is found to have a short-bowel obstruction. What would be your FIRST step? A. Start the patient on an oral diet B. Place an NG Tube and infuse enteral nutrition C. Keep the patient NPO for 2 weeks before transitioning to an oral diet D. Initiate parenteral nutrition slowly. 2. A patient with pancreatitis and severe malnutrition reports abdominal pain after eating. What diet would be BEST to initiate? A. High-Fat Diet B. Low-Fat Diet C. NPO. Place an NG and initiate tube feeding D. NPO. Place an NJ and initiate tube feeding 3. A 50 year old female with head and neck cancer will be undergoing radiation therapy affecting her ability to swallow for about 2 months. Which of the following would you recommend for her? A. Level 7 IDDSI Diet B. NG Tube for tube feeding C. PEG tube for enteral nutrition D. Total Parenteral Nutrition DM for your RD Exam tutoring needs! Instagram: @zak_snacks Youtube: Zak Kaesberg MS, RDN

Anita Girlietainment Sprachmemos
Pferde weggeben wenn keine Zeit & kein Geld?

Anita Girlietainment Sprachmemos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 31:17


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Anita Girlietainment Sprachmemos
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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 27:44


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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 30:35 Very Popular


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Jeremy Scott Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 53:56


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The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
In the Dirt 32 - LIstener questions

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 44:45 Very Popular


This week Randall and Craig open up the floor to questions from The Ridership. Support the Podcast Join The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: In the Dirt 32 [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. I'm going to be joined Really By my co-host randall jacobs for another episode of in the dirt [00:00:34] Craig: randall, how you doing today? [00:00:36] Randall: I'm doing well, Craig, good to see you, bud. [00:00:39] Craig: Yeah. Great to see you too. I mean, I've been looking forward this just a, a little bit of reprieve from everything else that's going on in life. It's just nice to connect with you and just purely have a half hour an hour conversation about bikes. [00:00:51] Randall: Yeah. Yeah. I know you've been going had a lot going on with your mom and so on. So, you know, definitely sending a lot of love and good vibes to you and your family going through some challenging times. [00:01:01] Craig: Yeah, I appreciate that. I mean, we it's the conversations we've had on the podcast and certainly within the ridership community, just about the value of this pursuit of gravel cycling and just kinda getting outta your head. I I've always loved it in that, like when you're on a, a gravel trail, particularly a technical gravel trail, like I ride you can't really think about anything else, but what's in front of you. And it's just so, so helpful for me to just sort of think about the bike and performance and riding. Rather than thinking about everything else going on all the time. [00:01:32] Randall: Yeah. Yeah, I can, I can relate. I've been processing some heavy things in my own life these days. And at the same time returning to the bike, I've been doing a lot more walking, hiking trail running lately as well as like canoeing and kayaking the canoes great with the kids. But there's. There's that flow state that you can get into on the bicycle that is, you know, people talk about runners high. I've never really had that. I don't think I can run long enough to get to that head space, but on the bicycle, there's just a place where everything is just in sync and the it's. I just feel very connected to everything, but not overwhelmed by it. If that makes sense. [00:02:13] Craig: yeah. You know, I was up in lake Tahoe last weekend and did a bunch of standup paddle boarding. I got some good recommendations from people on the ridership as to where I should explore to ride. And I had a bike, but honestly I just left it on the patio because I, it was just enjoying the lake so much. And to your point, like with standup paddle boarding, I found, you know, I just have to focus on the balance piece. So I, I, it sort. Took me to that same place. I just got in the rhythm of stroking on either side of the standup paddle board and, and being focused on the physicality of it. And, and the moment that I was experiencing, which, which I also really enjoyed. [00:02:49] Randall: Yeah, standup paddleboards are great. I actually like them. I use them occasionally standing up, but having them as like your own little floating island in the middle of a lake or a pond you know, you can have two adults. I've had, you know, another adult and a, a toddler on one. And so one adult is in the water swimming and the toddler is kind of jumping on and off and, and it's, it's just so much fun. Yeah, [00:03:12] Craig: but you've got, you've got something coming up. That's kind of probably forcing you a little bit to get back on the bike. Right. [00:03:17] Randall: Well, so, well, one I'm wanting to start coordinating more group rides. We've talked about this quite a bit and just life has gotten in the way you know, the logo launch and some things in, in my personal life and so on. So there's that the O positive festival. In Kingston, New York is coming up. That's the seventh through the 9th of October and community member, Joe conk in the ridership. He is the founder of that festival. And once again, we're gonna be coordinating a gravel ride. Together with a road ride and a a mural tour ride, which will be through the, the city of Kingston and is very family friendly. As part of that weekend, I believe it's gonna be on the eighth. So we'll be posting more information about that in the ridership and would love to have people come out and join. [00:04:00] Craig: That's super cool. I remember you talking about the festival last year and some of the riding that you've done with Joe up there. So that sounds awesome. So for anybody on the east coast, that's within range of that, we're able to travel, as Randall said, it'll definitely put some notes out there. Maybe we can talk about it again, more specifically when you lock down the details. [00:04:17] Randall: Yeah, we're, we're finalizing the route right now and we'll create a page for the event. So if you're interested in staying in touch, we'll definitely announce it here on the pod. I might even bring Joe on for a few minutes to share some more details, but the festival itself, it's, it's arts, it's music, it's community, it's great food and just a wonderful vibe right outside the Catskills and the riding out there is great. I've done quite a bit of riding out there with him and others. So if you're in that area, definitely come out and join us. We'd love to see you. The, the event is it'll be, the ride will be you know, we may ask like for a recommended donation, which doesn't have to be provided, and that goes towards the artist community in Kingston. And then, you know, there'll also be an option to get a wristband for the entire festival too. So. So, yeah. And if you wanna be participate in the conversation, definitely join the the Hudson valley channel in the ridership. That's where, where we'll be talking about this [00:05:07] Craig: Cool. I similarly am trying to get my act together. Cause I signed up to support the Marin county bike coalition and the NorCal NACA league for the eventual adventure revival ride. I think it started three, maybe four years ago. They did had one year that was virtual during the pandemic, but I missed last year cause it sold out. So I was sure to get on it this year. And it's a great route starting out of Fairfax, California. So super fun route , very technical it's only 60 miles, but it's got a decent amount of climbing, particularly up the aply named Randall trail. Off of highway one is a, is a grind at the end. And then you're coming across Fairfax BOS Ridge, but it's a lot of fun. And I believe I saw that Rebecca Rush is joining. [00:05:51] Randall: oh, great. [00:05:52] Craig: So that's gonna be cool. She's so nice. Former podcast guest couldn't have been more friendly when I've connected with her and subsequent times when I've ran into her, it's been awesome. So looking forward to seeing her again. [00:06:04] Randall: I got to meet her at a dinner hosted around sea Oder some years back. And yeah, she's, she's a rad woman. And a great rider. Very, very cool. Is it the same route as the original cause I did the original one some years back living in the bay. [00:06:18] Craig: Yeah, I don't, I don't think they've changed anything. I mean, I'll tell you after the 17th, but I I'm pretty sure it's the same route [00:06:24] Randall: Well, if anyone's considering doing this run higher volume tires and have a properly low gear, cuz you will want both and maybe a suspension stem. [00:06:34] Craig: and maybe a suspension for Randall. [00:06:36] Randall: Yeah. And maybe a suspension fork sacrilegious. But yeah. [00:06:39] Craig: No. Yeah, no, it's a great route and, and totally perfect recommendations Randall, cuz it's, it's, it's technical. It'll push your limits. I mean, I loved it. I just thought it was like one of those roots that favored adventure, like the name, the name is perfect, cuz you're just out there on the mountain. They're carving the route through rugged terrain, you know, basic fire roads and just this awesome part of the north side of Marin. [00:07:06] Randall: I mean, it's the location where mountain biking got ITSs start. And frankly, the gravel bikes that we ride are far superior mountain bikes than they were riding back in those days. So [00:07:14] Craig: Yeah, a hundred percent. I think I recently was at the, at the, the museum up in Fairfax, the mountain Mike museum, and looking at a clunker. And I was just [00:07:23] Randall: Mm-hmm [00:07:24] Craig: I can't even imagine with a kickback break, how they even survived going down Mount. [00:07:29] Randall: well, they had to rebuild those hubs pretty much. Every run is my understanding. So. [00:07:34] Craig: he hence the name repack downhill. [00:07:38] Randall: Yeah. I've ridden with a few of the, the OGs of the mountain biking scene and it, it wasn't the good old days. We definitely have it better now speak speaking of which we have a new bike to nerd about. [00:07:49] Craig: Yeah, not may not maybe a bike that I would take on adventure revival per se, but a very interesting bike for people to take a look at it. It's the BMC now, how do we decide that? It would say pronounce it [00:08:02] Randall: CAS say it with confidence. It's gotta be KIS, maybe [00:08:05] Craig: Kay. [00:08:06] Randall: Ks. Yeah. Something like that. [00:08:08] Craig: Super racey bike, actually, what I would've thought that BMC would've introduced to begin with kind of in the vein of the Cervelo ESP Sparrow, this bike looks, I mean, this bike could have been a road bike. When, when you see a picture of it. [00:08:23] Randall: It's stunning. I love they, there's some unique design elements on the top tube that are very BMC. I like how the, you know, the chains, the seat stays are perfectly paralleled with the down tube and it's just a very elegant bike. The, the paint schemes, particularly on that top end model are quite striking and definitely a gravel race bike. And in fact, I would say a dedicated gravel race bike, which is a little bit different than that as Sparrow. [00:08:48] Craig: Yeah. Yeah. I mean it's seven dedicated 700 C. But it still manages a fairly tight change stay and fairly good tire clearance. I mean, 700 by 45 is nothing to sneeze. [00:09:00] Randall: Yeah, especially in such a, a, you know, a tight change stay. And it's, it's optimized for that. It has 80 milli BB drop, which is to say like the bottom bracket drop relative of relative to the axles. And that's quite a bit, so anyone running longer cranks is. Going to have say like a pedal strike issue. If they try to run smaller tires, which is why I say, like, it's not quite like the Aspero, the Aspero is much more of a one bike. Like you could use it as a dedicated road bike as well. And it would be great for that sounds like bikes like that or ours, or you know, the, the open up that I always call out. So this is. The the bottom bracket drop the fact that it's a, a longer top tube, so longer reach relative to the stack, just make it a bike that is very much optimized for bigger 700 seat tires, shorter stems. And all of this works really well. Well, offroad, but kind of takes away from its versatility as a, as a road bike which [00:09:56] Craig: I also, [00:09:57] Randall: for what it's designed for. [00:09:58] Craig: yeah, I mean, it's very intentional, right. I also saw that they speck like a fairly narrow handle bar on there with a wide flare. So like keeping again, keeping that body tight in that race, race position. Yeah. [00:10:12] Randall: Yeah. Which I, I'm not sure how much I like that. I think it makes a ton of sense on the road. But I, I feel like often, well, we'll, we'll see I think there's, I think there's a place for it. I would probably want if I was gonna go so narrow, I'd probably wanna do a compound flare in order to get even more flare in the drops without having the hoods super kicked out. Because that, you know, that that extra leverage in the drops is, is nice to have, and it's kind of, but, you know, interesting to see some some difference of perspective there, [00:10:43] Craig: Yeah, let me be clear. Like I would be terrified to ride. I think it was a 37 millimeter bar hood to hood. I would be terrified to ride that. I mean, that just seems really tight. I have heard of some of the pros kind of going super narrow and maybe on a, a non-technical course, like a S B T gravel, or if you live in a part of the country where it's, you know, you're just basically on dirt roads that might, that might work. But yeah, for me, I think I'd be terrifi. [00:11:10] Randall: I think that there's a, a place for this. And you, you see it on, on the road. You've seen some road pros go towards more narrow up top and it does improve arrow. And there a lot of gravel races are not that technical. And so that arrow benefit is meaningful. I just think that there's a little bit more evolution to happen in terms of one getting even more arrow on those narrower hoods. So maybe like something to support the forearm a little bit. So you can be grabbing the, the top of the, of the hoods, but, and, and have your your forearms perpendicular the ground at parallel the ground in your upper arm perpendicular. So you really get that arrow benefit, but then, you know, again, compound flare to get that, maintain that extra leverage in the drops when you need it. Nonetheless we're we're getting into deep handlebar nuance here. Let's let's back out and look at the rest of this machine. [00:11:56] Craig: Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I do think it's, it is just sort of interesting as you pointed out, like this is for a very specific rider and it's pretty natural. Companies are gonna continue to evolve around speed and ultra performance for one side of the market, not the side of the market, that's gonna attract me per se, but as more and more dollars going into racing and more and more people are looking for super high performance, like it's natural that bike companies are gonna do this type of thing. [00:12:24] Randall: There's also an element of like, you know, the bike industry likes N plus one. And so this is distinct enough from a, a road bike where you would have your road bike and, and this bike and the type of person who has this bike probably has multiple bikes. I mean, it is a dedicated race bike so that, you know, it makes sense. [00:12:46] Craig: Yeah, yeah. Yeah. You pointed out a few other interesting things about the design as well. [00:12:50] Randall: Yeah, so I like, I like how they did the inter I'm not a huge fan of integrated cabling through handlebars and stems. And I like how it seems that they kept the, the cabling external to the handlebar and then ran it underneath that new rock shop. That new shock stop stem. I think they're calling it some something different. They, they built it in using RedShift's suspension, stem tech. And so it stays external until it drops into the upper headset bear. So that could be a lot worse in terms of serviceability and adjustability and so on. The top end model is a one piece HBAR and stem that has fully internal routing looks stunning, looks really, really beautiful but an absolute nightmare to set up and service. And I wouldn't recommend going that route on any sort of bike period, because even a pro rider needs to be able to get their fit adjusted properly. [00:13:45] Craig: Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you and I share the same opinion on like, on elements of bike design that make it constrained from modification, easy modification. So yeah, I'm I'm with you on that. It absolutely looks gorgeous, but knowing me, like, I think I'd be frustrated at the limitations of it. [00:14:03] Randall: yeah, yeah. But kudos to them on the keeping the, the cabling outside the bars on the Lower end models, which I say lower end, they start at six grand, which is another thing about this bike, which is on trend. Everything is so expensive. It's remarkable. How expensive bikes are these days? [00:14:19] Craig: Yeah, we gotta, we got a question about that in the, in the ridership, right? Just sort of, why are bikes so expensive and it's yeah, I don't know. You know, when you look at a $10,000 bike or $6,000 bike, it's just that's. I mean, that's a hell of a lot of money. Yeah. [00:14:33] Randall: I mean, there's, I think there's a few things that go into that. So this was we, we put out some, you know, we asked the, the ridership community for some questions in comments. So this was Matthew Kramer chiming in, you know, asking about why bikes have gotten so expensive. I think a, a big part of it. I mean, of course there's inflation, right? And one of the major drivers of inflation in recent years are COVID related supply chain constraints. Right. So it's harder to get, it's hard to get parts and it's hard to get complete bikes, which means there's, you know, Up until recently. And there was a flood of, of like stimulus money for example, into the market. So you had all these dollars chasing less available product. And so by companies focused on the higher end, I mean, we did the same thing. We, we, you know, we actually kind of regret having eliminated the mechanical model cuz but it was because we couldn't get parts and we went with all access, which is really great, but puts it at a, a more premium point. But. [00:15:27] Craig: you're layering. You're layering in increased fuel costs for transportation. There's a lot of things that have gone into it. [00:15:34] Randall: Yeah, that is a factor. But I, I don't think that that's a major driver for this. I think it's more well, honestly, a, a significant part of it is people are paying it. Right. And there's some R and D that goes in here, like the, you know, this, some of these bikes that you see coming out. On the really high end, you know, the volumes are not that great. And so that R and D has to be incorporated somewhere and with bike companies focusing on the higher end, cuz that's where the bigger margins and dollars are and riders having limited options in the more affordable end of the market, because that's not where bike companies are focusing. I mean, I think it's, it's kind of like the automotive industry right now where, you know, I bought, I bought a used Prius for like seven grand and I've put a bunch of miles into it and like, Like scrape the bumper and things like that. And I could probably sell it for 11 [00:16:24] Craig: Right. [00:16:25] Randall: like, you, you just see that in a number of different domains. And I think the B the, the bike space is no different. But you do get bikes are improving in incremental ways. But I, I, it has been a pretty radical shift towards the top of the market. It's is hard to find middle end products that is frankly, just as good in many ways. [00:16:45] Craig: Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you hope over time. We know historically it does trickle down and there's, I mean, don't get us wrong. I, I think there's a lot of good entry level bikes out there. It's just getting your hands on one and finding one today is a challenge. [00:16:59] Randall: When supply chains go from 30 to 60 day lead times to, you know, at one point you know, there were like, you have very limited options for your levers and, and Dils and so on. Right. We have a duopoly in our industry, you know, and can't be is now, you know, they have a, a good product a competitive product in gravel now with their 13 speed stuff ECAR groups. But you know, that stuff was like one to two years. So when that's the case, you know, if you have a limited buy, where are you gonna focus? You're gonna focus on the higher end and that's that? I think that's part of it too. [00:17:32] Craig: Yeah, that makes sense. And I also remember you mentioning on an earlier podcast, just the amount of commitment level the component manufacturers are expecting from you. So, you know, in order to get a, a seat at the table, maybe you have to buy 50 of something, which as a small builder, you know, that could, that's a, that's a lot of dollars out of pocket. [00:17:50] Randall: Well, and the, the smaller builders generally are like, if you're a domestic builder and you're assembling domestically, it's a different supply. You're paying, you're paying more from say like STR for their domestic distributor versus the, you know, their Taiwan based distributor, just because they're manufacturing a lot of that stuff in Taiwan. But yeah, there were greater constraints. Sometimes you had to put a deposit up front and, you know, you put a deposit on something that is not going to, you're not gonna have for a year and you can't get that deposit back. So the, the risks associated with, you know, well, is something else new gonna come out or what's the market gonna look like in a year? So there's, there's all these you know, it, it really drives home, just re how remarkable it was prior to the pandemic that supply chains worked so well. I mean, truly it is a miracle of a whole lot of very complex decentralized coordination that, you know, any of this works at all. As a supply chain nerd, it's, it's something that, that is, is is not lost on me. And yeah, even the current circumstance, it's still pretty amazing what humans do. [00:18:52] Craig: Yeah. [00:18:53] Randall: All right. So where do we want to go from here? [00:18:55] Craig: Yeah. I mean, one thing I did did I thought was interesting that you pointed out about that BMC is that they do have an integrated suspension stem offering from that they've worked with, it sounds like Redshift on [00:19:05] Randall: Yep. [00:19:06] Craig: yeah. [00:19:07] Randall: I thought that was well executed. One downside I believe is that you can't flip the stem and with that beat bike being relatively long and, and on the lower side, like, you know, it's a race bike you know, it's, again, you have more constrained fitment options. I think the standard shock stop, then you can run in the up upward pointing direction. [00:19:28] Craig: Yeah, you can. I think what's interesting to point out there though. So if this in BMCs designer's mind, this is a flat out thoroughbred race, bike. To have that be an option suggests that designers are coming around to the fact that suspension and suppleness can, can be a performance benefit, like put putting, I mean, you and I have talked about that and obviously I'm sold on it, but it just struck me as like this incredibly arrow stretched out race bike is offering that they must have determined that this is gonna help people win races. [00:20:02] Randall: Yeah. Yeah. Fatigue and control it's material. And they've also done a few things with the frame design, which you see on other bikes like the really the, the seat tube towards the bottom gets really narrow. It gets really thin. So it has a lot more flex built in you saw that with bikes, like, you know, the GT grade is, is kind of an extreme example of that, but compliance is, is a great thing. That's the reason why we have one of the reasons we have such wide rims now, too. And what's so great about, you know, high volume, supple tubus tires, you know, it, it all, it all improves speed as a system. [00:20:35] Craig: Yeah. I mentioned this when I had someone from BMC on talking about the S and the S LT. I have a, I have a hard tail BMC, 20 Niner mountain bike from back in the day, like at least a decade ago. And I remember getting on that bike, I came off of a, a similar Niner. Coming to that bike, the back end definitely had a supplement to it. It had that, that exact drop stay design that you're kind of talking about and it really worked. And I was super impressed. I remember when I got on that bike, it just felt so fast and I could control it so well. [00:21:10] Randall: Yeah, well, I had you know, you probably heard the conversation I had on the pod with Craig Cal talking about suspension on road bikes and whether or not you fully agree with that thesis. I think it's, I think it's fairly compelling. Definitely higher volume tires. Like I don't see, even, even in Marin, I would be running minimum 28 mill tub plus tires. Nice low pressures on wide rims. There's no reason to run narrower than that. And you see a lot of the new arrow wheel options for road being built to a width where you can actually get an arrow benefit with those tires, you know, adhering to the rule of one oh 5%, which we had talked about in the wheel episode. So, so yeah, all of these things are, are good developments. [00:21:53] Craig: Yeah. You know, speaking of good developments, I managed actually to hook up with Matt Harvey from Enduro Barings, they did a ride. Out of Fairfax, California, a few weeks back. And I, I joined probably 50 people up there, Yuri, Oswald and other podcast guests was on there. And I think a couple others, I, I think I counted four old podcast guests on that ride, which was great, but a hell of a lot of fun. You had some conversation, some great conversation with him about Enduro Barings, which I hope people will go back in reference. But I think there was a question or a comment about from the ridership about. [00:22:27] Randall: Yeah. So, you know, one of the things that we covered in that episode, which I had so much fun with Matt he's just has a wealth of knowledge about the bicycle industry. He's an engineer, an engineering mindset clearly cares a lot about what he does. And you know, talking about the merits or lack thereof of a lot of ceramic bearings and long story short, most ceramic bearings. Rubbish, the ones that are of those that are good, the majority of them require a lot more maintenance to stay. And the, and the benefit is pretty trivial. And then there's this XD 15 bearing that Enduro makes. And I'm sure, you know, others probably have some, some equivalent, but I haven't looked into it, but that I find really interesting. And this is an Aeros, you know, a, I think a French aerospace alloy used for steel alloy used for the races. And then they have these high, very high grade ceramic ball. And because of this particular steel, which is very expensive and they have to buy it they don't, they can't buy it in tube form. They have to, you know, buy it in sheets and, and take it from there, I believe. But because of the unique properties of this material You can get you can use ceramic bearings and if it gets any contamination, essentially the contamination gets like pulverized and kicked out as opposed to pitting and, and starting to, to damage the the metal, because in many cases, the ceramic bearings, that metal is a lot less hard than the bearing itself. And thus, as a consequence, it's the thing to give. We go into a lot more detail in that episode, but yeah, Hans, I'm gonna, I might butcher this. So, bear with me here. Lale I'm guessing L E L L E I L I D he, he brought up this article that James Wong, why admire immensely? He's at cycling tips now wrote about an Enduro bottom bracket with this XD 15 bearing set. And what James said was incredibly low friction feel phenomenal toughness. We did everything we could to kill it, but this thing is simply incredible. And like that is coming from someone like James Wong. It makes me really think, okay, this is something that we're gonna still do a little bit more investigation and Matt's gonna be sending us some data, but we'll probably, we're strongly considering this in incorporating these into a, a higher end version of our, the logos wheels in the. [00:24:36] Craig: Got it. Nice. Yeah. I mean, I had enough smart people tell me that that was the way to go and happy that I've got that in my bottom bracket of my, my unicorn. That I've started riding. [00:24:47] Randall: Oh, it's an XD 15. [00:24:49] Craig: Yeah, I believe so. [00:24:49] Randall: Oh, sweet. Yeah. Yeah. Genuine benefits that you don't have to spend a lot of time servicing. In fact, the service, it should essentially be zero service. That's pretty cool. [00:25:00] Craig: that's what I'm looking for. [00:25:02] Randall: Not cheap though. Not cheap. So everyone else, high quality steel bearings. [00:25:07] Craig: Yeah. And I think Hans was also leading the conversation around just kind of, like flared bars, flat pedals, different kinds of like, you know, We're just out there for enjoying the ride kind of features of a bike or ways in which you could set up a bike. [00:25:22] Randall: Yeah. I mean, I think flare borrows are de rigor. I. Would run flared bars on every drop bar bike, including a pure road performance bike, just with a, maybe a different philosophy on my road bike, I'd go super narrow and get the flares to have more control in the drops for aerodynamics. But flare is here to stay. You see levers being designed with a little bit of flare. So with flare in mind and you know, any sort of, you know, is there an arrow cost? I have no idea. I, I don't think so. As long as the lever is aligned with. The bar behind it, it should sit in its wake, but if, even if there was the control benefits more than outweigh it. [00:25:58] Craig: Yeah. I think that co that the arrow part might come into play on the trend towards super wide bars. And as the, as you know, I've played around with that, I mean, I've got, I think I've. A 48 on one of my bikes and my fitter kind of brought me back to a 44. I, I do miss kind of the offroad control the way to rip the bike around that I got out of the wider bars, but I'm, I'm fairly comfortable at 44 as well. So I, I think I just need to play around with the flare on the bar that I'm running right now. And then it will be the right, right mix for. [00:26:37] Randall: Well, we've talked about in the the, in the ridership that we're thinking about developing a bar that has a compound flare. So you can get, say like eight degrees on the hoods and then 16 to 20 in the drop. So you kind of get the best of both worlds in that you still get that. You know, that roady fit up top, but then the extra control the, the first bar to do this, I believe was the three T a GI. And, and I don't even know if I'm pronouncing that right. We've talked about it on the pod [00:27:02] Craig: Yeah. And I think there was the other one that was like the Whis whiskey components has something similar [00:27:07] Randall: also does a compound. Yeah, I think compound flare makes a ton of sense for, for all of these bikes. [00:27:15] Craig: I wish it wasn't so costly. And you, you didn't have to sort of go all in to create a bar, like cuz you can't 3d print, something like this, right? [00:27:23] Randall: no, but it, it would be easy enough for somebody to create, say a, a high quality aluminum version. It's just another bending process plus testing regime to make sure that it, you know, it doesn't, it doesn't break on you. [00:27:38] Craig: yeah. I'm gonna keep exploring that. I'm I'm not sort of locked and loaded on my handlebar and stem right now. Still just wanted to make sure that the bike was fitting me correctly. And I feel like I've got enough inputs to figure out which way I wanna go with any one of the cockpit components. [00:27:55] Randall: Well, depending on your, what your timeframe is, I may have a prototype for you in time, so let's [00:28:00] Craig: All right. Many, many reasons why you're a good friend Randall and that's just one of 'em [00:28:04] Randall: you know, a guy, you know, a guy who can get you stuff. [00:28:07] Craig: yeah. [00:28:09] Randall: Tom SHEEO was asking about suspension seat posts. What's your take here? [00:28:14] Craig: I I'm a yes. So, I mean, I've been running on the thesis. I have a, a, a P N w coast dropper that has both a drop and a suspension, and I found that it's air tuned. So. Very tuneable very predictable. And I came to the conclusion, like anytime it moved, when my first inclination was like, oh crap, I'm losing performance. Anytime it moved, I wasn't in a fluid pedal stroke. Like I had hit something unexpectedly and it was just saving me. Similarly, although I think it's less active rock shock on the wireless. Their wireless dropper post does have what they call active ride. And I'm probably not tuned correctly on it right now. Cause I don't feel a lot of movement. The big difference between the two is on the PWC PMC. What am I saying here? Pacific PM. Yes. That one moves when you're fully extended. So it doesn't matter whether you're dropped or not. Like it it'll move. If the amount of pressure applied to it from your, your backside is, is forcing it to move. Whereas the rock shock post, it has to be lowered a little bit. So if you're in the full position, you're who locked out. It's only active when you're down a little [00:29:30] Randall: I wonder if that's a design constraint, because meaning something inherent in how they architected it as a dropper post, because from a product standpoint, that's exactly the opposite of what I would want. [00:29:41] Craig: I'm kind of with you and, and I, you know, in talking to rock shock, they did say some of their riders will actually set it up a little bit high so that they can basically constantly ride it with it on. [00:29:53] Randall: Yeah. I think that makes sense, especially adjustability. So to, to answer Tom's question, I think we both agree that suspension has its merits. I would definitely get a dropper first though. I like the best suspension you have is your arms and legs. And the, the float between your body and the bike. That's, that's my strong opinion. And from there you have pneumatic suspension from the tires you can do, you know, a slightly cushier saddle, like, you know, you can have some, some compliance in the frame. There's a whole bunch of things you do before you do a suspension seat, post primary amongst those being a dropper. [00:30:28] Craig: A hundred percent dropper. Number one, upgrade for gravel bikes, period. You'll never go. I don't know if I've ever met anybody who went back. Honestly, once they had a dropper. [00:30:37] Randall: Yeah, I mean, I occasionally talk to people, looking at our bikes who are like, oh, well, you know, can I swap in a rigid post? And I was like, well, if that's what you wanna do, get the, you know, the access wireless droppers are really expensive and they're heavy. But you could have a saddle on one of those and, and, you know, a standard post and swap it in, in and out with a single bolt. So that that's an option. [00:30:58] Craig: I've got that set up now. And I will tell, I will tell you, I will tell our friends in the community if I ever swap it. [00:31:05] Randall: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, [00:31:07] Craig: I don't think, I don't think I will, but [00:31:09] Randall: yeah. I can see on a city bike or like a burning man rig not having a dropper. That's that's about it. that's a whole, that's a whole separate conversation though. [00:31:18] Craig: I will argue with you on the city bike, but anyway, you still wanna drop her on the city bike? [00:31:22] Randall: Let's see. Luke Lopez and Larry Rose were commenting about non-competitive gravel setups, you know, alternative handlebars, flat pedals bags, and fun rides, and so on. Inspired by our friends over at pathless pedals who very much do a lot to create content around the non-competitive side of cycling. So what are your [00:31:41] Craig: Yeah. I mean, I think whether or not you set your bike up in a specific way to go out and have this non-competitive experience, or it's just a mindset. I think we're aligned in that gravel, gravel is for everyone. Right. And whatever your jam is going fast, going slow. Just getting out there is important. I mean, for me, I often change my clothing. [00:32:04] Randall: Mm-hmm [00:32:05] Craig: When I'm out there for just a fun ride, like, like I've got some, some, you know, great baggies that I can wear and different things. And it's definitely a different mindset rolling out the door. Not that I'm out there hammering on a general basis, but it's definitely a different mindset when I'm just out there to stop and smell the roses. [00:32:21] Randall: Yeah. Yeah. And I, I appreciate that mindset, but I still vastly prefer Lyra and, and being clipped in and, and, you know, and so on. [00:32:35] Craig: And I've got a, I've got a mountain bike. So like having a flat bar on a gravel bike, like I I've had that set up on an old cross bike. I loved it. Super fun, nimble, but for me, like if I'm gonna go flat bar right now, it's definitely gonna be more on a mountain bike than a, a traditional gravel bike setup. [00:32:52] Randall: But at the same time, you see, I can't recall if it was Luke, but you see folks with like an old Bridgestone mountain bike that they've converted into, you know, a flat bar or a drop bar, gravel bike. And it's, you know, they got a, you know, a handlebar bag on there and it's much more of like a let's go out and get lost and have an adventure, maybe do coffee outside or things like this party pace as you know, as Russ likes to say over. You know, PLP. [00:33:18] Craig: Yeah. If you've got a quiver by all means like, I, I love all bikes and I'm one who appreciates the nuances between them. So, you know, I just don't have a garage big enough for all these things. [00:33:28] Randall: yeah, yeah, no, I, I like I like the, I like being able in the middle of a ride to decide that I feel like throwing down a little bit. Sometimes I get that, that little jolt of energy less. Now that I'm 40, I suppose, but, but still [00:33:41] Craig: I I've seen you have those jolts Randall. I know it's there. [00:33:45] Randall: Let's see, what else? Oh, Matthew Kramer turned me on to something that I thought was really cool in the ridership, which was E 13. Now has a 12 speed, 9 45 cassette that is compatible with standard 12 speed chains. So you don't need that funky flat top chain. That's fair. Still, you know, pretty proprietary to Ram in order to run a tighter cluster. [00:34:07] Craig: So is that, is that 12 speed cassette from shrimp? Something you have to run on their product. [00:34:15] Randall: So the way that SW has set it up, they have migrated all their road. And then now they're dedicated gravel drive trains to this 12 speed flat top chain which is, you know, it, it has a slight benefit in terms of like, You, you get the same cross sectional area of the side plates with a thinner side plate so they can make the chain a little bit thinner. And that helps with the, the already very tight spacing of those cogs and like, but also makes it so that it's something proprietary. And so they've been expanding that I, I suspect that you'll see it on their mountain bike groups soon enough. And, you know, I really like to adopt, you know, proven open standards and non-pro proprietary stuff whenever possible. And the fact is that standard 12 speed works really well and nobody was making a tighter cluster for Eagle, like, you know, or for, for like, you know, a mullet set up where you have. A mountain bike rear derailer, but maybe you want a little bit tighter cluster a little bit tighter cassette for your road or your, your certain gravel applications. [00:35:17] Craig: when you talk about tighter cassette. I remember seeing this pop up and I was like 9 45. Okay. Why do I really care? Talk about the tighter cluster? Cause I think that's an important maybe nuance beyond just like, oh, you got a 45 and a nine. [00:35:30] Randall: Yeah. So the, the biggest knock that people have against one by drive trains is the jumps between cogs. Right. And yeah, I get it. A lot of this can be mitigated by proportional, crank length, and by having a proper bike fit. Because it allows you to spin at a wider range of cadences without, you know, while still maintaining a smooth pedal stroke. And I've, I've been fine with my setups. This 9 45 is it's the same as a, a 10 speed, 1138. Which is, you know, a, a larger road cassette from, from a few years ago. And it just adds a, a taller cog and a bigger cog you know, on that same cassette. And so you get, you know, jumps that I think are probably tight enough for the vast majority of roadies to say like, okay, well, if I had any concerns about jumps, now those are mitigated some. Want it to be like one tooth jumps between cogs and you know, okay. Go ride your road bike. That that's fine. But but yeah, I like, I like to see this. I was actually considering having us develop something if someone else didn't. So I'm glad to see this in the market, I think is a real gap for it. [00:36:35] Craig: Yeah, it's interesting. I wonder why, like SHA doesn't go to a nine cause you think like, I understand why smaller companies kind of pop up and they see an opportunity like this gap, but E thirteen's been doing this kind of thing for a while. [00:36:49] Randall: The nine tooth is so it it's gonna wear all else equal same material and everything it's gonna wear itself and the chain more quickly than a 10 tooth or an 11 tooth. Right. And so the, the entire philosophy of the drivetrain changes with a nine tooth in that. You know, I like to think of the nine tooth as an overdrive gear, plus the jump between the nine and the 11 is significant. Right? So if you're spending a lot of time at the top end of the range, you know, you might not love that, but for me, you pair it with a 42 chain ring and that 42 9. With a, you know, a, a 700 by 28 or 700 by 30 tire is the equivalent of, of a road bike with, you know, 51 11, which is to say, you have plenty of top end. You're not gonna spin out all the time on, on a high speed descent, but it's not all that often that I'm descending at those sorts of speeds. And so that jump from the 11 to the nine is not a problem for me on that end of the cassette. And so in turn, when you have that nine tooth that also informs the chain ring that you pair. Because you, you know, you kind of need to set your chain ring based on how you wanna calibrate that range that the cassette has. So yeah, I'm not surprised that Ram didn't go that didn't go that route. But I do think it makes a ton of sense and I love one by drive trains and I'm all about one bikes as well with one by drive trains. And so the nine two really facilitates that. [00:38:08] Craig: Yeah. Yeah. Super interesting. And Eli Bingham who often chimes in, in the ridership about some real technical stuff and tends to explore a lot of components. He had a kind of note on this didn't. [00:38:18] Randall: Yeah. So, one thing you gotta make sure, because of, and again, this gets into like proprietary standards and so on. So like the free hub, the XD XDR free hub standard that this cassette is compatible with is a proprietary standard that you know, Sam made it. So any. It's really easy for a wheel company to create a wheel with a free hub that, that uses the, you know, XD XDR. But they patented every possible way. They could think of, of attaching a cassette to that so that only they could produce the cassettes. And so E 13 has a came up with a really clever solution, but it requires like a cinch bolt. That clamps around the free hub body. And if that comes loose, it can affect the shifting. So that's kind of like the one issue that these can have. I've never had that issue with E 13 cassettes and I've run them exclusively for several years now. But it's just something to keep in mind. I find that they shift shift really excellent and they're light and they hold up well, cause they're, you know, most of the cogs or steel. [00:39:11] Craig: Right. Yeah, right on. And then I think we should end with, I think, which, which was one of my favorite questions coming out of the ridership from our friend, Silas, pat love is the pursuit of a quiet bike without creeks, an achievable goal or a pipe dream. [00:39:27] Randall: , it depends on what you're starting with. Unfortunately. I think in general I mean, this should AF absolutely be the standard. It, there's no reason why things should be rattling around. And you know, there are ways to get around it. So there, you know, wireless shifting and so on helps. But also like in our case, we run full housing through the frame and then we put it in a, we put it in a foam sleeve and we do that with. Hydraulic hoses too. And every bite company should be doing that because rattles suck bottom bracket Creek, again, like any bottom bracket will Creek if it gets contaminated. But you know, having a bottom bracket set up that aligns and supports the bearings sufficiently. You know, should eliminate the vast majority of those creeks. Yeah, it, this, this should entirely be possible. Unfortunately, there are a lot of bikes that, mm let's just say that this sort of thing was an afterthought. So it may cost, it may cost some money and require some expertise to chase out the, you know, all those creeks. [00:40:25] Craig: I think that's gotta be the worst task as a bike mechanic to be tasked with is when someone comes in and says, my, my bike is creaking. Help me resolve it. [00:40:34] Randall: Yeah. And, and honestly my experience, it it's a special mechanic. Who's who's really good at. I've had bikes that you know, our, our bikes will have a Creek here and there. And we'll say like, you know, bring it to a mechanic, have them take a look and they can't chase it. And I've actually had an instance where I had the bike shipped to me personally, and I chased it, but I chased it in a way that like, you know, it's I'm trying to remember what it was. Oh, it wasn't even a Creek. It was just that. Axis rear derailer the hanger on the was ever so slightly misaligned. And then the axis derailer was harder. When it's miscalibrated it makes a lot of noise on the cassette and that was the noise. So we're like, they were looking at the bottom bracket, they were looking at the seat post. They were looking at the, the headset interface and, and so on. And unless you have that, like the time and that deductive mindset and some experience of like, what things sound like, it's really hard to, to chase. So if you have a mechanic, who's a good chaser. That that's that's someone who really knows their stuff and [00:41:39] Craig: Yeah. A hundred percent. Yeah, my, my go to, I mean, as a non methodical bad mechanic, definitely like I clean my bike when a Creek arrives and that usually, like, it's say 85% of the time solves the problem. And then if, if I need to go further, it's about. You know, greasing things, making sure, just kind of being a little more I inspect of, of what's going on. I I've generally been pretty lucky that I haven't had creeks that I weren't, that I wasn't clear on how to resolve. [00:42:10] Randall: Yeah. Yeah. Well, I'd like to end with a with something that I'm excited about, which is I haven't nailed it down yet, but I had pinged you about coming out west for a bit. And so once those dates are locked down you know, getting a big group ride in the bay area and potentially in a couple other parts of the us. Something I'm super excited about and to meet some of the riders that are in the forum and that are, are regular listeners and so on. So more on that as we approach. But that would probably be Denver, Boulder, maybe San Diego, and then definitely the bay area. [00:42:40] Craig: That's super exciting. I feel like, you know, before the pandemic we had kicked off some really amazing group rides and [00:42:47] Randall: I miss it. [00:42:48] Craig: you. Yeah. And you and I have been longing for, we've had a lot going on to not kind of be putting that out there ourselves personally, but I think it's, it's a great time to do that and hopefully we can get some knocked out by the end of the year and super excited to see you when you're in the bay area. [00:43:04] Randall: Likewise. It's been too long. [00:43:06] Craig: We're good to catch up. My friend, [00:43:08] Randall: Likewise. All right, my friend. [00:43:09] Craig: take, take care. [00:43:10] Randall: See it. [00:43:11] Craig Dalton: That's going to do it for this week's edition of in the dirt. From the gravel ride pod cast How's a bit of a postscript. I did attend the adventure revival ride up in Marine county, out of Fairfax this past weekend. Quite a lovely event, benefiting Nika. The course is amazing and difficult as I imagined and remembered from the last time I did it such a great route put together by the Marine county bike coalition. Super challenging on a gravel bike. I remember thinking about halfway through. Wow. I'm about halfway through feeling quite beat up. And I was riding my unicorn with a front suspension fork on it. I certainly saw a number of riders out there on mountain bikes, which would not have been a bad choice. Anyway, phenomenal event, definitely something to have on your radar, down the line. If you're interested in connecting with myself or Randall, please join the ridership. Simply visit www.theridership.com. That's a free online, global cycling community where you can connect and discuss gravel, cycling with athletes from all over the world. If you're interested in supporting the podcast, please visit buy me a coffee.com/the gravel ride. And remember, ratings and reviews are always hugely appreciated. Until next time. Here's to finding some dirt onto your wheels

Dermasphere - The Dermatology Podcast
88. PN with Dr. Shawn Kwatra - Dupilumab facial redness - Isotretinoin labs are unnecessary - Dupilumab for LS - SCC after AK treatment

Dermasphere - The Dermatology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 65:52 Very Popular


PN epidemiology and clinical features with Dr. Kwatra - PN pathogenesis and management with Dr. Kwatra - Dupilumab facial redness - Isotretinoin labs are unnecessary - Dupilumab for LS - SCC after AK treatment - Connect with Dr. Kwatra! @drshawnkwatra Luke's Practical Dermatology for Primary Care course: https://registration.socio.events/e/pdpc2022 Join us at Texas Derm: https://www.texasdermatology.org/amsimis/TDS/Meetings/Annual_Meetings/Annua_Meetings.aspx Connect with us! Web: https://dermaspherepodcast.com/ Twitter: @DermaspherePC Instagram: dermaspherepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DermaspherePodcast/ Check out Luke and Michelle's other podcast, SkinCast! https://healthcare.utah.edu/dermatology/skincast/ Luke and Michelle report no significant conflicts of interest… BUT check out our friends at: Kikoxp.com (a social platform for doctors to share knowledge) https://www.levelex.com/games/top-derm (A free dermatology game to learn more dermatology!)

Jeremy Scott Fitness
Burnout & Boundaries

Jeremy Scott Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 87:58


Talking about burnout and boundaries on today's episode with Heather Scott. We breakdown what burnout is, dig into the hustle culture, how to create boundaries and some basic steps to help you identify when you need to take your foot off the gas and get in some deep recovery. Playing off a great little article from our friends over at PN if you want to dive into the quiz you can check the link here - https://www.precisionnutrition.com/burnout-test Thank you as always for the support. Jeremy Scott Fitness App Sign Up Here Just $1 for our 34 Day ABS & Core Challenge Starts Sept. 12th https://jeremyscottfitness.app/ Thanks to our Sponsors: Athletic Greens www.athleticgreens.com/jeremyscott Free year supply of vitamin D3 with 5 free travel packs or want a free sample? Shoot us a DM and ask! Sleeves Sold Separately My Workout Gear - https://sleevessoldseparately.com/collections/jscott Code JSCOTT15 for 15% off all clothes & gear Jaylab Pro Our Protein, Turmeric, Collagen, Krill Oil - https://jeremyscottfitness.jaylabpro.com/products.html Code JSF40 for 40% off Collagen if you wish to try it. Dry Farms Wine - dryfarmwines.com/jeremyscottfitness Each new member will earn an extra bottle for just a penny with their first order of wine when they use this link. BEAM CBD Enter Code “jeremyscott” at checkout for 20% all subscriptions 35% off products - My nightly sleep aid if you want a free sample just message us https://glnk.io/mplp/jeremyscottfitness Kettle & Fire Bone Broth Use code SCOTT20 for 20% off our favorite healthy high protein bone broth. - https://glnk.io/v153/heathascott