On Tue.'s No Dunks, the guys discuss Lakers' reserve Lonnie Walker IV scoring 15 points in the fourth quarter of a Game 4 win, the Warriors' questionable late-game possessions, Jordan Poole missing in action, Miami embarrassing New York on the glass, Lowry leading the Heat's second unit, Jokic getting a $25K fine for pushing Mat Ishbia, whether the Suns are better off without Chris Paul, NBA All-Rookie Team snubs and surprises, and more. --
Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Hear from Chiefs head coach Andy Reid (:33), running back Deneric Prince (6:45), defensive end Wyatt Hubert (9:39), linebacker Cam Jones (17:43), and defensive back Martez Manuel (20:22). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Hear from Chiefs pass rusher BJ Thompson (:30), defensive tackle Keondre Coburn (5:55), and cornerback Nic Jones (15:08). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Hear from defensive end Felix Anudike-Uzomah (:35), wide receiver Rashee Rice (9:09), tackle Wanya Morris (14:52), and defensive back Chamarri Conner (19:02). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Javier Mesta, a rancher from Chihuahua, Mexico, shares his inspiring journey of transforming a 3,000-acre desert ranch through high-density grazing. By effectively managing the land and avoiding overgrazing, Javier has increased his stocking rate by 2.5 times and plans to double it once more. He discusses the challenges and rewards of managing a ranch in a desert environment, the importance of proper grazing, and how high-density grazing can lead to better regeneration of grasslands and improved land value. Javier also shares his experience with obtaining carbon credits, the certification process, and the use of satellite technology to monitor carbon capture on individual ranches. Follow us on social media!Website: https://grazinggrass.com/Facebook: Grazing Grass PodcastInstagram: @grazinggrassTwitter: @grazing_grassAffiliate links:Riverside - Create professional-quality podcast episodes with ease using Riverside's seamless recording and editing tools.Podium - Unlock your podcast's potential with Podium, the AI copywriter for show notes, articles, social posts, and more!Transistor -
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
On Wednesday afternoon, Eagles new RB D'Andre Swift and new WR Olamide Zaccheaus both spoke with the Philly media at their introductory press conferences. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, we dive into the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on small businesses' operations and growth. Our guest, Jiovan Melendez, Product Manager at Podium, shares insights on how companies can leverage AI technologies to streamline processes, reduce costs, and drive revenue growth. We discuss real-world examples of small businesses that have successfully integrated AI into their operations and the benefits they have seen. Additionally, we discuss the ethics and morality of leveraging AI to make our lives easier. Leverage AI for your business through Podium's powerful suite of tools. Click here to learn more and try out a 14 day free trial:https://www.podium.com/punchmark-free-trialSend feedback or learn more: punchmark.com/loupeLearn about Punchmark's website platform: punchmark.com Punchmark on Facebook
Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Hear from Chiefs general manager Brett Veach discussing the Chiefs 2023 draft class. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Hear from Chiefs head coach Andy Reid (:30), general manager Brett Veach (7:36), defensive end Felix Anudike-Uzomah (19:27), wide receiver Rashee Rice (30:19), tackle Wanya Morris (35:50), assistant general manager Mike Borgonzi (43:46), defensive back Chamarri Conner (55:26), edge rusher B.J. Thompson (59:37), defensive tackle Keondre Coburn (1:07:36), and cornerback Nic Jones (1:15:59). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman and Head Coach Nick Sirianni discuss their Day 3 decisions with the Philly media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
With the 105th pick overall the Philadelphia Eagles selected CB Kelee Ringo from...you guessed it! Georgia! Ringo speaks with the Philly media for the first time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
After the conclusion of Day 2 of the 2023 NFL Draft Eagles GM Howie Roseman and Head Coach Nick Sirianni spoke with the Philly media and are at the podium with a presser that's locked loaded and ready for you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
Jalen Carter speaks with the Philly media for the first time after being selected 9th overall by the Eagles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
On Friday, we heard from Chiefs owner Clark Hunt ahead of rounds 2 and 3 of the NFL Draft. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What should you know about podium expectations and behavior at IBJJF Tournaments? That's where we are starting this week's episode. We also discuss the importance of exhibiting good sportsmanship, even after a tough loss. AJ shares what she expects from her students when she is coaching them and Jen takes us way back to the 1980s for a BIG lesson she learned the hard way about sportsmanship and yelling at referees. Key Takeaways: What you need to know about podium expectations at IBJJF Tournaments Why you should register for the open when you leave the podium, even if you're unsure if you will compete Why your behavior matters more than a win or loss Why you should let your coach argue a bad ref decision on your behalf The podcast recommendation you need to hear Links and Resources Mentioned BJJ Mental Models episode with Emily Kwok https://podcast.bjjmentalmodels.com/243161/12269801-ep-229-the-abundance-mindset-feat-emily-kwok https://www.rollmodelswanted.com/ Recording, Theme Music, Editing, and Production of this podcast by Jen at The Brassy Broadcasting Company If you Love the Podcast, Share it with a Friend! You can also leave us a 5 Star Rating in Spotify or Apple Podcasts https://open.spotify.com/show/3IHT3BNicukNtCVa3AAwBI https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beauty-and-the-gi/id1458389465?mt=2 Learn More about Roll Model Grappling Camp https://rollmodelswanted.com/ Roll Model Radio Podcast https://pod.link/1561020212 New to the Podcast? Start with these episodes https://open.spotify.com/playlist/19P8KcTyNTIA0hZPQYAbuN?si=f841456b4906439f https://beautyandthegi.libsyn.com/category/Start+Here Subscribe to Beauty and the Gi on YouTube or in your Favorite Podcasting App https://link.chtbl.com/beautyandthegi YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7EBCzi7znNuvxKlpLvue-w Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beauty-and-the-gi/id1458389465?mt=2 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3IHT3BNicukNtCVa3AAwBI Google Podcasts https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9iZWF1dHlhbmR0aGVnaS5saWJzeW4uY29tL3Jzcw Audible Beauty and the Gi on Audible https://www.audible.com/pd/Beauty-and-the-Gi-Podcast/B08JJMFS1D? Learn More about Roll Model Grappling Camp https://rollmodelswanted.com/ Roll Model Radio Podcast https://pod.link/1561020212 Connect with Jen and AJ Beauty and the Gi Podcast on Instagram @beautyandthegipodcast Jen on Instagram @brassybroadjen Jen on TikTok @brassybroadjen AJ on Instagram @ajclingerman AJ on TikTok @roll_model rollmodelhq on Instagram @BeautyAndTheGi on Twitter Beauty and the Gi Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/374782593437482/ Beauty and the Gi Facebook Page
From Musical Theatre to the SoulCycle Podium: Ryan Jones has always carved his own unique path to serving others and developing an authentic voice of his own.Ryan is a Senior SoulCycle Instructor and on the Talent Development Team: training up and coming instructors after nearly 10 years working for the company himself.We talk about imposter syndrome, comparison, competition within instructors and in the industry, social media and the *realities* of delivering an experience that's truly inclusive vs. what looks amazing on Instagram... The conversation IS SO GOOD and truly two fitness professionals who respect and connect with one another in an effort to break down barriers for new, aspiring, and instructors looking for guidance.Topics covered:Inclusive choreographyRecovering from an InjuryWhat you can do to be authentic, lean into your quirks, and lead by exampleThe creation of Musical Mondays and how he turned an 8:00 pm Monday slot into a waitlisted ride concept Moving cities and starting over in a new market Mindset BS: comparison, imposter syndrome and more Vulnerability and Instructor DevelopmentRyan's Ten Year Journey with Soul CycleTaking care of the body while teachingUnderstanding Privilege and Finding Your People in the Fitness IndustryLearning to Balance Self-Confidence and Ego in Public SpeakingFind Ryan on IG HERE5 Keys to Fitness Coaching Mastery: a free masterclass to help fitpros level up, fill classes, and change lives is happening on MAY 9th at 7:15 pm! Save your seat now by registering HERE Wanna be the first to know about Instructor Magic's launch? Join the waitlist HERE.
Rebels, this took a few tries, but ultimately, was well worth it. If you hear my Wisdom chats (see info below), you'll notice Joe is a pretty regular visitor, and we always get into some interesting chats. Which is really what the Wisdom app is all about. (Okay, please stop wondering what your sherpa is doing on an app called "Wisdom"...)I always learn a little more about Joe with each of our chats, and the info you'll hear was pretty new to me,too! To me, he's on that "elite list" of folks you'll want to chat with on Wisdom, and he loves meeting new people, as well! (And check out his podcasts, too!) Thanks so much, Joe, for swinging by! Joe's info: Link page: mojoe.studio; Instagram & Clubhouse:@mojoemac; Facebook:@moJOEmac; YouTube: @joemccarthymedia Joe's Faves: A Bit of Optimism; The Tony Robbins Podcast, Own Your Future These are the episodes sampled in"Sherpa Samples": American Scandal A Short History of.... Real Life Real Crime Deep Cover: Never Seen Again Dag Heward-Mills The Shawn Ryan Show C & Whit Productions Aware and Aggravated The Witch Trials of JK Rowling StarTalk Radio More thanks: Publicist Extraordinaire: Steven Joiner Music Credits/Voiceovers: Bruce Goldberg ( aka Lord Mr. Bruce) Other Voices: The Sherpalu Studio Players beatoven.ai for background music Music by Slip.stream - "On The Deep Blue" - https://slip.stream/tracks/bcb8fce2-ad72-4c76-827d-b33b9e4b63a4 Places: sherpalution.com : All episodes and side projects, Merchandise. Affiliate Shop, etc.; @sherpalution : social media for FB, IG, Twitter, & TikTok Link page: https://bio.link/jimthepo Comment on galas.fm: https://galas.fm/p/too_many_podcast Helium Radio Network Fridays at 8:30 AM EDT, on Channel 1, Life Improvement Radio. Communicate: Wisdom App (live chats Wed nights, 10 PM EDT); Email:firstname.lastname@example.org ,Swell App (leave messages) Support: Review the show on Apple Podcasts or Spotify (Enter the 100-Review Contest, and win podcast merch!) Listen on Podopolo (access code-TheSherpa) or Podimo podcast apps (both free); but we're available on ALL podcast apps for free Money donations? Feel free to click here. No pressure! I'll just hold my breath the entire next episode if you don't. Podium is your tool for AI generated show notes, chapters, clips, transcripts, and more. Try it out today and get 3 free hours and 50% off your first month: https://hello.podium.page?via=sherpa Liquid I.V. Ready to shop better hydration, use my special link https://zen.ai/sherpa1 to save 20% off anything you order. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jim-the-podcast-sherpa/message
Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation joined me on Ditching Hourly to talk about how he grew his mailing list and podcast audiences to 100k+ each and how he got started making money without offering high-ticket services. Side Hustle Nation The Side Hustle Show Custom Playlist http://hustle.show https://twitter.com/nloper https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickloper/ (Additional show notes generated by Podium.page)Episode Keywords:Podcast Sponsorships, Monetizing Content, Content-First Businesses, Nick Loper, Side Hustle Show, Thought Leadership, Listener Pyramid, Email List, Mailing List, Multiple Income Streams, Online Content Empire, Freelancing, Consulting, Customized Playlist, Podcast Audience, Podcast Ad Sales, Sponsored Links, Evergreen Content, Facebook Groups, Keyword-Rich ContentEpisode Summary:In this episode, I explore podcast sponsorships and monetizing content-first businesses with guest Nick Loper, host of the Side Hustle Show. We discuss the importance of differentiating oneself from competitors and how publishing thought leadership can attract better clients. We delve into the challenges and potential benefits of monetizing a podcast through sponsorships and the significance of a captivating title. I also share my experiences in finding sponsors and growing my podcast audience. We also discuss the concept of climbing the listener pyramid, the importance of creating compelling content to attract and retain an audience, and the value of building an email list. I share my experience on the importance of mailing lists, the frequency of sending out newsletters and incorporating sponsored links as an additional revenue stream. We examine the numerous small income streams that can be generated through content-first businesses and strategies for building multiple income streams. Finally, we explore the benefits of a curated, customized playlist for podcast listeners and how it can help grow freelancing, consulting, and productized service businesses. By answering a few short questions, listeners can receive a selection of relevant episodes tailored to their interests and needs, ensuring they get the most out of their listening experience.Chapters:(0:00:00) - Monetizing a Podcast and Mailing List(0:10:05) - The Listener Pyramid(0:16:21) - Building an Online Content Empire(0:22:38) - Strategies for Building Multiple Income Streams(0:34:40) - Growing Freelancing and Consulting Businesses ----Do you have questions about how to improve your business? Things like: Value pricing your work instead of billing for your time? Positioning yourself as the go-to person in your space? Productizing your services so you never have to have another awkward sales call or spend hours writing another custom proposal? Book a one-on-one coaching call with me and get answers to these questions and others in the time it takes to get ready for work in the morning.Best of all, you're covered by my 100% satisfaction guarantee. If at the end of the call, you don't feel like it was worth it, just say the word, and I'll refund your purchase in full.To book your one-on-one coaching call, go to: https://jonathanstark.com/callI hope to see you there!
Run Farther & Faster — The Podcast!
What an honor to co-host a panel of pioneering women with Cherie Louise Turner of Women's Running Stories. A huge thank you to these fabulous pioneer women for continuing to share their knowledge and stories! All three women on the panel were among the best in the world during their running careers and helped lay the foundation for women's marathoning. They have also been instrumental in moving the sport forward through activism and coaching. The panelists: Jacqueline Hansen, winner of the Boston Marathon and first woman to break 2:40; she's been a major advocate for women's distance running, especially around getting distance races into the Olympics; she continues to coach. Marilyn Bevans, the first African American woman to break 3 hours and finish top three at Boston. Featured in the documentary, Breaking Three Hours, Marilyn continues to be an advocate in the sport and has been a major inspiration for women's running. Marilyn continues to coach as well. Patti Catalans Dillon, multi-distance world record setter, three time top three finisher at Boston, first American woman to break 2:30; is a major inspiration in the running community, especially the Native community, specifically as head coach with the Wings of America Elite team. Patti shares how she started running to lose weight and eventually quit smoking. We were also thrilled to see Marilyn Bevans honored on stage immediately after the panel by the Black Unicorn Marathoners; by Team Bevans, including Alisa Harvey, Sika Henry, Ingrid Walters, and Shawanna White, who ran in Marilyn's honor; and in honor of Mariyn getting inducted into the Springfield College Athletic Hall of Fame the previous day. A heartfelt thanks to the Boston Marathon and the Boston Athletic Association, especially Katie Hawkes, Suzanne Walmsley, and Adrienne Benton, and to all who attended and supported the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/runfartherandfaster/message
This is a special live recording of the Podium Pioneers Panel, which took place at the 2023 Boston Marathon Expo live stage. Women's Running Stories host Cherie Turner once again teamed up with Lisa Levins and Julie Sapper of the Run Farther and Faster podcast to co-cost a live Boston Marathon event. This year we welcomed three women who helped form the foundation of marathoning; they have each also placed among the top three at the Boston Marathon. Please enjoy the panel discussion with these three groundbreaking guests: Marilyn Bevans: Marilyn was the first African-American woman to break 3 hours in the marathon and the first Black woman to podium at Boston also in 1977. Two years later, Marilyn ran her PR on the Boston course in 2:49. Among her many honors, just yesterday, Marilyn was inducted into the Springfield College Athletic Hall of Fame. She is also featured in the documentary Breaking Three Hours, and this year, four women ran the Boston Marathon as Team Bevans in Marilyn's honor. Marilyn resides in Baltimore, Maryland, where she continues to coach youth runners. Jacqueline Hansen: fifty years ago, Jacqueline won the Boston Marathon. After her Boston win, Jacqui set two world marathon records and became the first woman to break 2:40. Jacqui is also a leading advocate for women's running. Among her many roles, she served as the president of the International Runners Committee, which advocated for more women's distance races at the Olympic Games, including the addition of the marathon in 1984. Jacqueline resides in California where she continues to coach and advocate for women's running. Patti Catalano Dillon: Patti started running at age 23 in an effort to lose weight. Just a few years later-in 1980, Patti became the first American woman to break 2:30 in the marathon. She is a three-time Boston Marathon runner-up and a NYC Marathon runner-up. She is also the first Native American woman to achieve all of these accomplishments. Patti is the head coach for the Wings of America Elite Team Program for Native youth athletes, the first team of its kind. Learn more about the Breaking Three Hours documentary: http://mobile.breakingthreehours.com/ Ways to Connect with Run Farther and Faster Instagram: @runfartherandfaster Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RunFartherFaster Twitter: @RunFartherfast Website: https://www.runfartherandfaster.com/ Ways to Connect and Engage with Women's Running Stories Instagram: @womensrunningstories Twitter: @WomenRunStories Website: womensrunningstories.com Email host Cherie: email@example.com Women's Running Stories is a member of the Evergreen network: https://evergreenpodcasts.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
Eagles QB Jalen Hurts spoke with the Philly media for the first time since agreeing to a 5-yr contract extension that made him the NFL's highest-paid player and is at the podium with a presser that's locked loaded and ready for you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
Eagles Head Coach Nick Sirianni and General Manager Howie Roseman spoke with the Philly media on Thursday about the NFL Draft, Jalen Hurts contract extension and trending towards hiring Matt Patricia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On the tenth episode of Season 6, Jack Shontis and Jason try to stave off the madness as they continue to wait out the excruciatingly long period of time before the Panthers make their historic number one overall pick. They break down the latest press conferences from the Panthers top brass and newest editions!
Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Hear from Chiefs general manager Brett Veach as we're officially one week away from the NFL Draft. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jack and Ike react to Nick Sirianni and Howie Roseman's comments in real time.
Join us as we get to know Thomas Bradford, Kappa Kappa Psi's new National Publications Manager, and hear about his vision for the Fraternity's publications.
Welcome to Episode 94 of the Everything Moto Racing podcast! In this episode we discussed Alex Rins winning on the LCR Honda, Bagnaia being... well, Bagnaia, Oliveira and Viñales impressing, Quartararo's podium, Moto2 antics, Canet underperforming, Moto3 chaos and dangerous riding once again from Muñoz.
SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter
Episode Four of The Road to Paris, breaking down the Olympic beach volleyball race with Travis Mewhirter. After two wild weeks of @volleyballworld Challenge events in Itapema and Saquarema, Brazil -- as well as an @avpbeach in New Orleans -- we've had a ton of changes, including: - Miles Evans and Chase Budinger rebounding in a HUGE WAY - George Wanderley and Andre Loyola staying the Kings of Itapema - The Brazilian women have gone sicko mode - Terese Cannon and Sarah Sponcil are evolving - Valentina Gottardi is getting ridiculous And a whole lot more! SHOOTS! *** NEW BOOK ALERT!!! Travis Mewhirter and Kent Steffes just published a seminal work on the history of beach volleyball in their new book, Kings of Summer: The Rise of Beach Volleyball. Check it out on Amazon!! https://www.amazon.com/Kings-Summer-rise-beach-volleyball/dp/B0B3JHFKM7/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1WGJFWHPBGPQ2&keywords=kings+of+summer+book&qid=1658922972&sprefix=kings+of+summer+book%2Caps%2C1328&sr=8-1 We are FIRED UP to announce that we've signed on for another year with Athletic Greens! Stay healthy with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter and get your greens today! https://athleticgreens.com/partner/d35ctoffer-strength/en?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=influencer&utm_campaign=sandcast_d35ct__a3172__o27&utm_term=cac__a3172__o27&utm_content=sport__a3172__o27 We now have SANDCAST MERCHANDISE!! Rock the gear of your favorite podcast today! https://www.sandcastmerch.com/ If you want to receive our SANDCAST weekly newsletter, the Beach Volleyball Digest, which dishes all the biggest news in beach volleyball in one quick newsletter, head over to our website and subscribe! We'd love to have ya! https://www.sandcastvolleyball.com/ This episode, as always, is brought to you by Wilson Volleyball, makers of the absolute best balls in the game, hands down. You can get a 20-percent discount using our code, SANDCAST-20! https://www.wilson.com/en-us/volleyball Check out our book, Volleyball for Milkshakes, written by SANDCAST hosts Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter: https://www.amazon.com/Volleyball-Milkshakes-Travis-Mewhirter/dp/B089781SHB
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Hour 2: More sound for the Bills podium.
Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Hear from Chiefs head coach Andy Reid (:27), quarterback Patrick Mahomes (50:52), and linebacker Nick Bolton (36:36). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week Nick Maxwell joins the crew again to talk about his return to the podium. We catch up with Nick and hear about his time at Rotor Live with the XL Power team, his 1st place performance at the Dubai Masters competition, and then dig into the details of some of the new equipment he's been flying, and even get a bit of a math lesson and chat about servo refresh rates and performance. There's also the usual news, catching up with the guys, and an important debate over who is the biggest "dirt magnet". As always, thanks for listening, and thanks for all of your support. We appreciate all the great feedback we've been getting and continuing to keep Dan in your thoughts as he battles his way back.
In the 80's and 90's, California was rocked by an astounding number of arson attacks. Clothing stores, grocery stores, forests... nothing in the state was safe. But when one of these attacks eventually took the lives of four individuals, the attention of the authorities was captured, and the manhunt to catch the killer arsonist began. Little did the authorities know, however, that the killer was hiding among them, like a wolf amongst sheep... - Listen to HOW TO FIND ZODIAC, the new audiobook that aims to unmask the Zodiac killer, on Podium now! https://www.audible.com/pd/How-to-Find-Zodiac-Audiobook/B0BX4NMCGG - Visit https://www.betterhelp.com/mia to get 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp! - To learn more about Microdosing THC, head to https://www.microdose.com and use our special code "MIA" for FREE SHIPPING and 30% off your first order! - Sign up for HelloFresh today at https://www.hellofresh.com/state50 and get 50% off your order and free shipping on your first box! - Stay Connected: Join the Murder in America fam in our free Facebook Community for a behind-the-scenes look, more insights and current events in the true crime world: https://www.facebook.com/groups/4365229996855701 If you want even more Murder in America bonus content, including ad-free episodes, come join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/murderinamerica Instagram: http://instagram.com/murderinamerica/ Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/people/Murder-in-America-Podcast/100086268848682/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MurderInAmerica TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theparanormalfiles and https://www.tiktok.com/@courtneybrowen Feeling spooky? Follow Colin as he travels state to state (and even country to country!) investigating claims of extreme paranormal activity and visiting famous haunted locations on The Paranormal Files Official Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheParanormalFilesOfficialChannel - SOURCES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcNN6gNldt0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2G2PT82ckYM&t=2s Season 9, Episode 21: Point of Origin – Forensic Files Ex-Fire Investigator Gets Life Term in Fatal Arson – LA Times Manuscript Adds Fuel to the Fire in Murder Case – LA Times Firefighters searched the rubble of a gutted hardware store… – UPI Ex-Fire Captain Charged in 4 Deaths in 1984 Store Blaze : Arson: Once acclaimed investigator, now serving a 30-year sentence for setting six fires, could face death penalty if convicted of South Pasadena crime – LA Times Burning Ambition – People History in flames – Glendale News-Press United States of America, Plaintiff-appellant, v. John Leonard Orr, Defendant-appellee, 977 F.2d 593 (9th Cir. 1992) United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. John Leonard Orr, Defendant-appellant, 29 F.3d 636 (9th Cir. 1994) Arson: The Scorched-Earth Obsession – Newsweek https://www.frontlinewildfire.com/wildfire-news-and-resources/california-wildfires-history-statistics/ https://www.savethechildren.org/us/charity-stories/california-wildfires-how-to-help-facts-faq#:~:text=More%20than%205.7%20million%20acres,began%20on%20July%2029%2C%202022. Fire Lover: A True Story https://anca.org/remembering-the-1990-college-hills-fire/ https://www.healthline.com/health/pyromania#definition https://www.aetv.com/real-crime/john-orr-arsonist-father-firefighter-murderer-family-lori-orr-kovach
The HKT Podcast - The Mountain Bike & Action Sports Show
The lads are back back shootin' from the hip for episode 92 of The Ride Companion. On this episode Olly and Davi discuss bike thefts, the suprising truth about Northern weather in the UK, Olly has a home renovation update, a TRC studio update and there's a double helping of podium picks plus loads more... Support Davi's Outdoor 4x4x48 attempt. JustGiving Page & Information Ride Companion OFFICIAL merch SALE. https://theridecompanion.co.uk Episode Sponsors:- Looking for a comprehensive solution to your supplement routine? Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/RIDECOMPANION to learn more and to take ownership of your nutritional needs. COMPEX make the best recovery equipment on the planet. One of our favourite products is the FIXX 2.0 massage gun for pre and post-ride muscle stimulation. If you'd like to browse the range of products and learn more head to compex.com and use code THERIDECOMPANION to get 20% off everything on the store. Follow #TheRideCompanion and check out Olly Wilkins & The Ride Companion on social media! Olly Wilkins: @odub_23 / YouTube The Ride Companion: @theridecompanion / YouTube BIG THANKS to our presenting sponsor Focus Bikes @Focusbikes on InstagramFocus Bikes YouTube Enjoying the Ride Companion?PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, SHARE AND SPREAD THE LOVE. #theridecompanion
If you want full disclosure, I've had a YouTube channel for quite some time, and I kind of forgot about it for a while. But I found that as I got better with my audio (I did...didn't I?) , I was actually having fun with creating my video promos. Now, not everyone follows me on social media (and you know who you are...) so I wanted to provide them with a chance to not only check out the promos, but to hear the podcast as well. So, voila! the resurrection of my YouTube channel! But in this episode, we also talk about "The 100 Review Contest", which is absolutely free to enter, the newsletter, and of course, "Sherpa Samples"! So have a listen...and a view(See my YouTube link below)! These were the podcasts featured on "Sherpa Samples": The Mike Hosking Breakfast Start Here The Tudor Dixon Podcast The Glenn Beck Program The Herd The Breakfast Club Letters From Sing Sing The Piketon Massacre The Matawauk Caves Inside Jeopardy! _____________________________________________________________________________________________ More thanks: Publicist Extraordinaire: Steven Joiner Music Credits/Voiceovers: Bruce Goldberg ( aka Lord Mr. Bruce) Other Voices: The Sherpalu Studio Players beatoven.ai for background music The Website: sherpalution.com : All episodes and side projects, Merchandise. Affiliate Shop, etc. Click: Link page: https://bio.link/jimthepo Comment on galas.fm: https://galas.fm/p/too_many_podcast Helium Radio Network Fridays at 8:30 AM EDT, on Channel 1, Life Improvement Radio. YouTube Channel: @jimthepodcastsherpa7996 Communicate: Swell App (leave messages) Wisdom App (live chats Wed nights, 10 PM EDT) firstname.lastname@example.org (email) Support: @sherpalution on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Tik-Tok Review the show on Apple Podcasts or Spotify (Participate in the 100-Review Contest, and win some podcast merch!) Listen on Podopolo (access code-TheSherpa) or Podimo podcast apps (both free); but we're available on ALL podcast apps for free Money donations? Feel free to click here. No pressure! I'll just hold my breath the entire next episode if you don't. Affiliate links: Podium is your tool for AI generated show notes, chapters, clips, transcripts, and more. Try it out today and get 3 free hours and 50% off your first month: https://hello.podium.page?via=sherpa Liquid I.V. Ready to shop better hydration, use my special link https://zen.ai/sherpa1 to save 20% off anything you order. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jim-the-podcast-sherpa/message
Why Chat GPT can be like having a sort of infinite number of (free) interns.How to learn and deal with the limitations of the service so you can ensure you're getting reliable information.Various use cases for your authority business, including blind spots to watch for.Understanding the application's privacy and IP challenges and making decisions in line with your mission.Quotables“I've heard it described as it's like having a sort of infinite number of interns for free.”—JS“It doubles down on the things that are already there versus exploring the new and the interesting and the quirky.”—RM “It has the opinion of the sort of collective unconscious of people who have posted stuff online. So it's skewed and not perfect and not true…But I used it as a sparring partner for some of my maybe more controversial ideas.”—JS“Somebody has to take that extra step right now to say, oh what other voices are there on this topic?”—RM“(We have been experimenting with) an app called Podium that you can upload your audio, your MP3 file, and it goes through and creates the show notes and highlights and quotes and timestamps and chapters with summaries and timestamps, and it takes about 45 seconds and it's free.”—JS“In this case it's a thinking assistant because it's listening to your words and deciding what to do with them.”—RM “Okay here's a wild one, especially for the non-technical people: I told Chat GPT to hand code a webpage for a solo consultant…and boom, it puked out the HTML and the CSS and you just open 'em in your browser and it's like a website.”—JS“I don't need somebody to listen to an hour (of the podcast) if they can get value in three minutes. That's okay. You're not hurting my feelings. Take what you need. It's a gift.”—RM
In this episode of Streamed and Screened, we dive deep into the latest entertainment offerings, from new movies and TV series. A trio of musicals are dropping, including "Schmigadoon!" on Apple TV+, "Up Here" on Hulua and "Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies" on Paramount+. New movies like "Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves" and "The Super Mario Bros. Movie" are in theaters and no gaming knowledge is required. We also chat about the return of HBO's hit show "Succession," which is back for its forth and final season, discuss the early success of "The Night Agent" on Netflix and talk with actor Jesse Metcalfe about his role in the film "On a Wing and a Prayer," which will get a limited theatrical release and is streaming now on Amazon's Prime Video platform, just in time for Easter. Where to Watch "Succession" on HBO "The Night Agent" on Netflix "On a Wing and a Prayer" on Amazon Prime Video "Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves" in theaters "Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies" on Paramount+ "Schmigadoon!" on Apple TV+ "Up Here" on Hulu "The Super Mario Bros. Movie" in theaters About the show Streamed & Screened is a podcast about movies and TV hosted by Bruce Miller, a longtime entertainment reporter who is now the editor of the Sioux City Journal in Iowa and Terry Lipshetz, a senior producer for Lee Enterprises based in Madison, Wisconsin. Episode transcript Note: The following transcript was created by Podium.page and may contain misspellings and other inaccuracies as it was generated automatically: Transcript generated by Podium.pageHelp us spread the word by tweeting about us at @PodiumDotPage and including us in your shownotes! https://podium.page 0:00:03Welcome everyone to another episode of streamed and screened and entertainment podcast about movies and TV from Lee Enterprises. Rises. I'm Terry Lipshetz, a senior producer at Lee and cohost of the program with Bruce Miller, editor of the Sioux City Journal and a longtime entertainment reporter. Bruce, Spring is here. Weather is getting better, but it it seems like we might be heading back to the movie soon. A lot of good stuff coming out. You know, we're in that period now. Where you're gonna see new stuff that maybe won't be Oscar bait, and it isn't quite holiday fair, you know, like, or it's lie is big time, Memorial Day is a big time, Labor Day is a big time. They all have tentpole, which are kind of considered the big money grabbers. Features, but there will all be also be a lot of these ones that, you know, there's a place for them and they'll make money. So we're starting to get into that era. And we're also seeing, like because of the holiday period, there will be a lock out there so that everybody has something. You will find something for grandma, something for mom, something for dad, something for the kids, and if you hold a bunch to the theater, you'd say, well, that's just all those separate ways and see what we wanna see. So there are enough enough movies out there to keep us kind of interested, but there are also TV series that are are popping now too. And I don't know why this kind of Third season is rising up, but there are a lot of things that are happening. In fact, it's odd. There are three new musical series. That are popping right now. What what is that a second season? But Schmigadoon!, did you see Schmigadoon! last year? I did not know. 0:01:42This spoof of Broadway musicals. So last year, they did forties and fifties. This year, they're doing sixties and seventies. And it was supposed to be called Shnicago but they realized that they couldn't change the name without, you know, kind of confusing people. So it's called Schmigadoon!, but it's said in Chicago. Okay. 0:02:02It spoofs musicals for, like, a pippin, a hair, Jesus Christ superstar, and it's about this couple that kind of wander into this goofy town where they all will act like characters from these shows. He and Michael Key and essentially strong are the are the two who enter into the world. And then it's just a herd of Broadway people. Then the people who are behind the cameras on Broadway or behind the scenes rather have made a thing called up here. And Up Here is kind of a What would it be like if musical set in New York City? And it's big names, the people who did Frozen hamilton, you name it, they are doing something, and it was their big pandemic project. And so they did this whole thing, wrote this whole thing, got it all together, and now it's finally premiering. 0:02:56And then finally, the the last of the three big musical shows coming out is Grease Rise of the Pink Ladies. And that's a prequel to the grease that you see as a movie. So it set four years earlier and how did those pink ladies kind of come to be a a gang, if you will, and what do they represent? It's a way for them to kind of correct some of the myopic views of the movie. So you're going to see a much more diverse cast. You're not going to hear the songs from Greece except the title song. And then you'll see other characters. And there is hope that at some point you will see Sandy and Danny come into the thing in, like, your three or your four if it lasts that long. 0:03:41So it'd be, like, freshman kinda coming into Right. So you say who is that one? Yeah. I don't think he would hire John Travolta to come in and play himself as a high school freshman. But, you know, strange or things have happened. Could they bring in John Travolta to play like a teacher, kind of. But it would also be bringing him back kind of because he started on Welcome Back, Kotter. And he could almost turn the tables on him career wise. 0:04:10I like the way you think. Doesn't matter how that goes. Yeah. And they can get them to do a cameo or a thing. Huge. But I think it's got a built in audience as it is because kids love to sing those songs and it's filled with a lot of original content. A lot of original songs that were written just for this. So those are just three musicals that we've got coming on streaming and television networks. 0:04:36And then you get all of the the kind of the creepy ones that are out there. There's a bunch of creepy shows HAR does really well. And for some odd reason, at last night, I watched a preview of a horror film that's how do I explain it? It's a gay bachelor party where they go to an old mansion and they are gonna have a say odds to call on a mother who killed her son in the house. The concept. I mean, how do they come up with this stuff? It was another pandemic project, but you're gonna see a lot of horror films around this time as well. So those are the big things itself. And then the big ones that we've got, duchess and dragons, honor among thieves, that's already in theaters. And it'll do really well because it's very adventurous. It's like an Indiana Jones film. So I never play dungeons and dragons. Did you ever Nor will I. 0:05:33I think it has too many pieces, too many characters, too many things to learn. And this is very good at kind if it's like the the game at all, it pulls you through it, and it makes you understand what they're doing and where they're going. And it's kind of a dumb down version, I would assume. But it does allow you to kind of laugh with them and add them. And then there's a Hugh Grant. Remember how we talked about Hugh Grant at the Oscars and how he was kinda snarky with one of the interviewers? Well, that's That's the character. He was he was probably just coming off the set or whatever because he's very kind of Pattington too in his approach to this, but he's the villain, and he's trying to steal this daughter away from Chris Pine And they've got to try and rescue her. That's all it is. It's just to rescue, search and destroy. So it's some so it almost sounds like even though I'm not a Dungeons and Dragons person and you aren't It's entertaining. It's something that you don't have to be into it. Yeah. And Mario brothers is another game that they are are throwing out there this time. 0:06:41And I think it's finding how you can make something that really has no plot have a plot. That's the the goal of all these things. Yeah. I could give you, you know, sorry or scrabble or something as a series or a movie. But what's the plot? You know? And at least with these are adventures of some sort where they're getting to somewhere, they're always on levels. We're always going to another level. With this. And I think that's what you'll find with these. They're realizing they've got to have a plot. 0:07:12Imagine if they did monopoly the the TV show. It would be twenty hours long, and you would just be frustrated and hate yourself at the end of it. At some point, somebody tips the the gameboard. That's how it always I've never finished a game of monopoly ever because somebody gets mad at the person who buys up all of the properties and puts hotels on them and you have no money and so you're just bankrupt. And then they leave and they're mad. They're sitting in another room. And then you've got two people as well. Do we really wanna continue this if it's not we're not having everybody else? And then you just throw the table away. I've never finished it. I've never figured out who is the winner of a monopoly. It's such a frustrating game. 0:07:50I'll I'll play it. My kids love to play it and then I'll get rope and Sure. Sure. That sounds like a grand idea. And I'll be the banker fourteen hours later. I'm just like, why are we doing this? This is the worst decision of by weekend. Right. You need something like Yatze, where it's done after a few roles, and then you're even gonna move by any more. That'll be a good Yatze, the movie. Yatze, the movie. 0:08:13So I've been watching some shows too. Were you a fan or a fan at all of succession on HBO that is back? I well, you know, this is the last year. Right? I was not a hardcore succession person because it reminded me too much of reality. It is. It's like what's going on in the media world beyond us, way beyond us. But you see these it's very fox news ish, I think. It's like the the family that's running all of that. And that's all it is. It's you know, Logan Roy, who's played by Brian Cox, is the head of Waystar RoyCo. 0:08:50And this fourth season just kinda picks up a few months after the end of the third season. So if if you watch the end of the third season, there was a lot of drama his the three younger kids who were looking to kinda up him up end him, the plot was turned, the tables were turned because Shiv's husband, Tom, kind of played the other side, Logan Roy. So it kind of picks up at that point. You know, the three kids are trying to make a deal for a company. The question is, is will they kind of hold him hostage he looks on load, but he's also gonna hold on to his Fox News channel, ATN. He's gonna hold on to that, and he's looking to make a move And then Connor, who's the older son, who's played by Allan Rock, who was Cameron Fry and Ferris Bueller's day off. He's looking to get married, but he's also running for president, and he's polling at, like, one percent. So that's not going well. 0:09:50You know, we're back in the thick of things to session. It's one of my favorite shows that they've done in recent years. It's part of the reason it it's is is succession the best show ever to come off of HBO. No, but it feels like it's just another in a long line of very good programs. Do you see where I will end? I mean, can you see kind of hints that this is the end. Yeah. I mean, my assumption is that we'll get a resolution on the company in somebody's gotta come out on top. You know, whether he sells and the kids take over or or what. 0:10:25But who knows? It could be just you know, like, reality is reality, and sometimes it's just, you know, something will happen at the end, and we're gonna be, like, what happened to Tony Saprano? We'll just cut to black really hard. And and like you know something will happen after it, you're just not gonna do a season five. It it could be, you know, if you may remember Rupert Murdoch just stopped a paper in London. It had so many lawsuits and everything and they just said, we're done. And maybe the ones that they do is they just you know, or somebody gets sent to prison. And then, you know, it's left open. So if they wanted to do a movie, they could do a movie, then you figure out who actually is the one that's running the place. 0:11:02So who knows? Well, I'm glad it's good. It's it's one of those ones that I started watching and I was just too nervous by it because it reminded me too much of everything. And so I just let it go and I'm okay with that. I don't need it, but I know that those who love it are clearly devoted, hopelessly devoted. I am hopelessly devoted. I love it. And I I will I'm gonna be sad when it's off the air because it's just it's one of those programs that It had it even had large gaps in between c's and not just because of the pandemic, but because of the locations they were filming at. 0:11:35So it always felt like season one ended, when is season two coming? Season two ended, when is season three coming? Because it wasn't on that traditional twelve months later, it's coming back. It's coming back at weird intervals. So it just feels good that it's back, and then I'll I'll be sad to see it go It's just great drama. And, you know, it it is the reality, you know, that that, I guess, you don't like. You you wanna get away from the reality. But I I kind of find it fun in just this context of of media and what's going on in the world today. And it's watching entitled people get annoyed about things that, like, what who how is this even a problem in somebody's life? I would love to have that when you're having. 0:12:17Do you like the way they just drop an episode or do you really like when you could binge it? I go back and forth. I mean, I I like the binging concept because it just especially if it's a show that I'm watching with my wife, which is kinda going on right now with Netflix in the night age which I'll I'll mention in a moment. But for a show like this, I I just watched it by myself. She watched season one with me and kinda liked it, and then tapped out in season two. Just really didn't want to keep going with it. So from that perspective as a weekly program, I'm fine with it because we'll watch things together during the week. And then, you know, she goes to bed early and I might stay up a little bit. I'll watch it on my own. So I I don't need to have all ten episodes right there. So I like I like both concepts. 0:13:03It just depends on the program. Do you feel like I've gotta see it right away when they drop it on Sunday night? Or Oh, yeah. Like, kids go to bed. Daddy go to bed. Everybody go to bed. It's Terry Scott. Watching his show now. Right? Everybody leave me alone to tuning into succession. Speaking of, you know, those bingible programs, Netflix dropped one. Kinda out of the blue. I wasn't really looking for it or paying attention for it, but it's called the night agent. And it's trending on Netflix right now. It seems to be pretty popular. It's got some good write ups on rotten tomatoes from from fans and reviewers. 0:13:44So it takes place, like the concept of this, is that there is a FBI agent. He's played by Gabriel Basso. And at the very beginning of it, he prevents a bunch of deaths on a subway explosion. He finds a bomb. Right? But what happens is there's some accusations by conspiracy nutjobs and, you know, was he involved with it? So he kinda has to take a year off and and they fast forward a year to where he's working in the basement of the White House, sitting in a room with a telephone that probably will never ring, but one day it rings. And it's to to take a call from a like a devout agent in the secret agent and to kinda help them through a situation. Meanwhile, you have this other character Lucy Ann Buchanan, who's kind of a newcomer to acting, doesn't really have a whole lot of credits where whereas Gabe Gabbasa, he played J. D. Vance and Hillbelly, LG. So he's been out there before But Lucy Anne, a little bit more of a newcomer, she plays a cybersecurity person entrepreneur who loses her company, you know, so she's got this company at the start, fast forward a year, and she's staying with her relatives, her her aunt and uncle. 0:14:57Who are all of a sudden murdered and she has to make the phone call. They're like, you gotta call this number, get help. And that number goes to Gabriel Baso in the basement. So it's it's a spy thriller. It's pretty intense. You know, it's who's playing? Who? There's the the thought that there's, you know, some some bad actors in the White House. What's gonna happen? It also stars Hung Chow. She plays Diane Far, the White House chief of staff. You would of course know her. She was nominated for best supporting actress in the whale. 0:15:30So we've got a few names in this program. It's pretty good. I I've we've gotten roped in only a couple episodes in I'm not gonna drop any real spoilers. That's just the basic plot development to get you going through the first ten minutes of of episode one. But, yeah, it's it's a pretty good show and and we're gonna keep coming back to it. Did you ever see the Knight Manager Tom Houston. He played the manager of a very high end hotel, and he was also an agent where he was trying to dupe a lot of people that come into the hotel, basically. He had all this access to stuff fascinating series. They're gonna do another season of it. So if you happen to see that floating around, don't confuse the two, but it's very much that kind of duplicity that you wonder about. What's going on here? This is this is kind of fascinating. I'm I'm intrigued. 0:16:22Let me rail for a minute about Netflix. Because they have the worst way of letting people know about something that's coming on. I mean, until you hear people talking about it, you have no clue that these things are popping. And they just will drop and they'll get foreign language series that were huge hits in, you know, whatever is Slavia. And they'll just drop it on there. And then you'll hear everybody talking about this. And maybe that's their their method. But I find it's really kind of undercutting because then you think, well, I'm missing out on something. How come I don't know about this? And then sometimes they'll do way too much where you'll see Adam Sandler on every talk show there is talking about the movie he did and it's okay. So I really wish they would be either a little more discriminating about what they push or help us through it a bit. 0:17:18I don't remember ever getting any messaging because I'll get those emails maybe on a weekly basis saying, you know, based on the shows you've watched, hear something coming to Netflix that you might be interested in. I don't remember ever seeing anything for the night agent. You know, I've seen plenty of other things out there, but that one just we're we're literally out of things to watch because we kind of finished up one show looking for something new and we're just skimming through the Netflix and what's out there and we we kinda got sucked in by a trailer and thought, okay, well, let's let's give it a whirl. The categories that they have and that, you know, when you go to that kind of the directory page, you might like. And then you're thinking, what have I watched that they think I would like this crap? And there's a whole bunch of, like, goofy films that you think, I this is not me. Are you profiling me somehow? I don't know what you're doing. I don't know where you came up that I wanted to see elf part three, but, you know, it's on there. So I that's another thing that just throws me. And then you keep scrolling down because they have different different categories for things. 0:18:24Shows people are talking about. Shows nobody's talking about. Shows you could talk about comedies that you haven't seen in a long time. You want to watch this. Now maybe you want to watch it again. You know what? It just keeps going. You think, oh, please. Please. Please. Please. So be careful what you watch because it might come back to haunt you. Yeah. There's my rant. Was that my rant for the day? That's your that's your rant for the day. But yeah. And, you know, it's funny how Prime Video, which used to be called Amazon Prime, but it's now called Prime Video, have been putting out an awful lot of product. In fact, I've been inundated with a lot of interviews. You'll see as we go along, but they have air coming out this this weekend, which will be huge in theaters. And that's the story of Nike when they pitched Michael Jordan to be their standard bearer for basketball shoes. And fascinating look at a true story with Ben and Matt. That'll be big. But they've got a lot of these other series too where they're remaking things, re kind of molding things. 0:19:31And one of the things that I actually saw was a what they they consider a faith based film. Faith based film. Now, I don't know what that means to most people. I always think, oh, it's a religious film. You're trying to show me a religious film. Is that what it is? But it's not necessarily that. It's it just says that people believe in some kind of higher power. And this one is called on a wing and a prayer. 0:19:59And it's a true story about a a businessman who takes a couple of lessons of flying lessons, but doesn't really, you know, think much of it, and then ends up in a plane with his family and the pilot dies. And he's gotta figure out how do I land this plane. Because I really wasn't paying attention that much when I was, you know, in classes. Because I figured I wouldn't need this. Right? So they get the dead body in the back of the plane, and then he gets behind the in the cockpit and starts trying to figure out how do we land this. And they bring in help from the outside. One of the people they find is somebody who actually flew one of those planes and he's played by Jesse Metcalf. 0:20:47Jesse Metcalfe, you may remember was the gardener, the hunky gardener that Eva Longoria fell for in desperate housewives. And this is his way of trying to move into a different layer of filmmaking. So for him, it was a good move to let people see him as something other than the hunky garter. And then he was on a long time on hallmark channel. He he's been in every Christmas iteration you could find, and he was also in Chesapeake Shores, which was a series that they had on the Hallmark Channel. So I was able to talk to him and we have us his interview, I believe. 0:21:25And you'll find out about what actually happened with on a wing and a prayer. I guess faith based, there's there's that element of Is there divine intervention to perhaps intercede? I think they're pitch on this is there are angels among us who help us through these kinds of situations. And the angels could be even the person on the ground that tells you what button to press at the right time. Gotcha. And the film also, it stars Dennis Quade. Correct? Dennis Quade, Heather Graham. So there are some some big names in this. Yeah. 0:21:55Dennis Quinn plays the the guy who has to pilot the plane. Okay. Heather, the name is his wife. I replaced his wife. And, yeah, and you'll find other you know, they do a little bit before we get into the plane, they do a bit of back story. So you get to see what he's kind of a, I think, a very swaggerish businessman. You know, they're kind of or if you will would say they're kind of full of themselves. So I think it's a humbling experience for him when he gets up in the plane and realizes, hey, I don't know how to do this. He thinks he's a big barbecue guy and He wins barbecue contests and but not they have a huge in the film. They have a huge house that looks impressive, very impressive. And if he's going flying private, come on. He's gonna have a buck or two. Right? Right. End of the film, you get to see the real guy and the real people who helped him out. Okay. 0:22:48So Dennis Quinn, he's it's interesting because he it feels like he's in these types of feel good movies he's done it before. He was in that movie, the rookie, that Disney movie, where he he was a a baseball pitcher. It it was a true story where, you know, he came back at ages like forty, whatever, and made it to the big leagues despite, you know, our injury. So it feels like he likes to do these feel good movies now. He likes to make money too. So I could be behind it. But I'm I'm tired of seeing him in these kinds of roles, to be honest. I'd like to see him as a good old villain because I think he's really good at playing a villain. And you know, maybe he doesn't have to be the star. Maybe he's like the third build, who always is a villain, by the way. If you ever look at a movie, Which one is the villain? Look who's third in the villain? They're always the one who's the villain. So maybe now with your when you're looking at the night agent -- Mhmm. We can see his third build. That's your problem at all right there. But yeah. And he gonna it's it's a feel good one for the holiday weekend and the holiday week. 0:23:56It will be in some theaters and it will also be on Prime Video. So you'll see it on your Amazon Prime channel if you have that. If you bought enough crap on Amazon and you have the free shipping, you'll get this show. So you'll be able to see it. But it's it's nothing complex. It's something that you could watch while you're doing something else. And then you go, okay, that's good. I I understand what was going on there. It's a happy movie for this time of the season. So We have an interview with Jesse Metcalfe, so let's go ahead and listen to that. 0:24:34Have you ever been in an emergency like this in any kind of transportation thing or not? I was on a private plane once where there were some concerns. I wouldn't say it had really gotten to this level. I certainly didn't have to crawl into the cockpit and lay on the plane. But I I understand people's fear of flying. I mean, I started flying at a very early age. My mom would ship me off to my grandparents at, like, six or seven. So I I don't have a fear of flying, like, at all. And actually, you know, after the experience I had, the wonderful experience I had on this home. I'm considering getting my pilot's license. I think it'd be really, really amazing. 0:25:18Yeah. Look how good you are. You can help somebody. Yeah. What is that like when you're going through things and what is this? I don't know what these words are, what they mean. How do you you know, get a grasp on that so that you can convey it in the right way. That's that's a great point. You know, I had to look basically everything up. There's a lot of aviation jargon specifically for my character. And I definitely had to at least have a cursory understanding of what I was talking about. Certainly walked away from this movie with a greater appreciation for aviation and for pilots. 0:25:53When you're sitting there and you're like giving them instructions, who are you talking to? Is somebody else reading the lines of things to you? Or I mean, because you're very into you're good at being intense in those situations. I'm like, Who is he talking to? I'm sure they're not there. Thank you. That's a that's a high compliment. I appreciate that. 0:26:11Generally talking to, you know, either the assistant director or sometimes like you're standing. Really, anyone who's available to read the dialogue off camera and You know, I'll be honest with you. Not a lot of care is is taken when, you know, someone's reading this dialogue off camera. It's usually pretty flat and monotone. You know, you can you can ask them to pump it up a little bit. But it's really, you know, it's our job to bring all that emotion and energy to to our performance, you know. I mean, that's that's what we do as active guy. 0:26:46I didn't get to meet I didn't get to meet Carrie, unfortunately. Hopefully, I'll get to meet him in the future, but I just basically looked up everything I could find on him, print interviews, what little video there was of him out there, I mean, the picture that was painted of him within our script was more than enough for me to grab hold of as an actor. Sure. You know, this coming at this time in your career, what is that telling you? Is it are you going in another direction? Is there something new that we're seeing with this film? Well, it's funny that you asked that. I mean, that's the plan. I mean, you know, I definitely want want to move away from the matinee Idol and move into more serious roles and, you know, work with you know, more producers and directors that I that I really respect. I mean, such a great team on this project with Roman Downey, Autumn Bailey Ford, Sean McNamara, who I I had previously worked with, and I was really excited to get the opportunity to work with again. I think it was just it was the right team on this one with the right script and I'm really proud of what they produced. 0:27:54I mean, it's a very watchable movie that really keeps you on the edge of your seat. You know, they talk about this being a faith film or a faith based film. And I don't think that it's you know, I wouldn't use those terms for it. I think the faith is is underlying. Absolutely. But it isn't something that hits you over the head. You know what I mean? We're a lot of those things, they're like, oh, I'm not going to that. No. No. I I agree with you completely. I mean, honestly, I don't I don't consider this faith based movie at all. And I I think this this movie is of the caliber that, you know, could have gotten a theatrical release. I mean, it's just it's It's a different landscape these days. Very happy to have been picked up by Amazon Prime Video. They're really behind the movie. Yeah. I mean, you know, when people believe in a project and they know that the the the the content is good, I mean, it's just it's a it's a good feeling, you know, to have to have that kind of momentum. 0:28:51Take me back to those days of desperate housewives. How how really unreal was that? I was it was incredibly unreal. I didn't anticipate the success of that show at all. Coming off of daytime television, moving into a nighttime show, but that felt very daytime. It was a easy transition. I mean, look, it wasn't the most challenging role in the world, but I tried to bring, you know, your vulnerability and and depth to the role. But, I mean, it was a it was a whirlwind, you know, that just, like, kinda swept me right off my feet. I didn't anticipate the success. 0:29:30And to still be talking about the show twenty years later, I mean, I guess it's achieved some level of, you know, iconic television status which is something I'm, you know, I'm I'm proud to have been part of. Did it did it just kind of throw you coming so early in your career? Or was it You know, I I I had been in the business for for five years on daytime television, but, I mean, you know, daytime television and primetime are just, you know, their their night and day. Right. They they really are. You can we can work on daytime your entire career and he, you know, the average person might might not know your name. You know, so to to become a household name pretty much overnight was was definitely interesting. 0:30:17Was it good to learn those lessons early on? Or do you say, oh, I'd be much more prepared now if I had that, like, real heat? Well, hindsight is twenty twenty, you know. So I I'd be much more prepared now, definitely. And I'd like to think you know, I'll I'll have some of those big opportunities again. I I mean, I'd like to believe that that the best of my career is is still ahead of me here. You know? Yeah. I I know I know I know I'm ready for it now. That's for sure. All we need to look at is this year's best picture winner and you look at those people and you say, all of them were at some point told you're out of the game and look at them now. They're on top of the game. So it's just It's very it's very only one project away, you know? Right. This could be yours. You never know. 0:31:06Then you you have your kind of I I I love to see these different periods that you've had. You have your hallmark period. What is that world like? Well, I mean, the hallmark channel was very very good to me. They allowed me to executive produce some projects with them and kinda, you know, be involved in the creative and the casting of those projects. I really learned a lot during my hallmark period. And, you know, I'm I'm proud of a a lot of the work that I created during that period as well with this show that I did for them called Chesapeake shores where I played, performed, and wrote some of the music for the show. Right. I mean, you know, I I give a hundred and ten percent to everything that I do. I mean, I I'm one of those actors that really cares. Maybe I care a little too much, but, you know, I like to look back at different periods, as you say, and and be proud of those periods. So, you know, that that was a great time in my career. 0:32:06In the learning process, do you go, oh, that's something I'll never do again? Or is it, okay, this is how I would change those things up if I did this again? Well, there's always lessons. You have to find the lessons in everything you do in life. But specifically in this business, You know? I mean, you wanna continue to become a better actor. You know, I I am very interested in doing more producing and executive producing. So you know, you have to learn those lessons, but it's really about it's it's it's it's about relationships and it's a it's a it's a very people oriented business. It's a collaborative art form and you have to work well with others. And, you know, I mean, those are the best lessons, I think. 0:32:50What is it like when you wanna create something? Is it hard to actually get others on board with you? Or what do you to me, it'd be a big sales job. I'd have to sell others on my vision and I don't know that I could do it. While producing is a big sales job, isn't it? You know, I mean, generally, you're trying to find financing for ideas that you have. And that that can be a little soul sucking at times because as artists, you know, we don't wanna be, you know, making phone calls and sending emails begging people for money. You know, but there's also some great facets to executive producing or producing as well, you know, kind of like being in charge of the entire picture. 0:33:33Which sometimes, you know, when you're just an actor on a project, you know, hire to do one specific thing, it can be a little limiting. Specifically when you see things that could be better or, you know, maybe, you know, holes in a story that could be patched up and you have ideas for that, you're not always you're not always in the position to share those ideas. Would would you ever not act? Would that ever be in the cards? Would I ever not act? Yeah. Yeah. I think I think that could be in the cards. I I think I would like to move behind the camera, you know, specifically in producing roles. And and and I have I have an interest in directing. I mean, I went to New York University for writing and directing teach school of the arts But over the over the years, I've seen how much work directing is. I mean, you're literally, you know, the first person on the set, the last person to leave and up all night preparing. So, you know, I I think producing might be my lane. Better. Yeah. Is another thing. 0:34:36You know, and how they I forgive me for not knowing what this is like, but when they're judging you to to cast you in a role, based on a look, how how do you deal with that? I I would find that very difficult. Well, a lot of people say that there's a lot of rejection in our business, but I think you can't look at not getting a role as rejection. Because getting a role is like finding a needle in a haystack. You know, there's so many variables as to what our producers and directors and casting directors are looking or for a specific role. So I think, you know, you have to just put yourself out there, give the best audition possible, and if it doesn't go your way, just let it go. I mean, easier said than done, but dealing with the rejection would be the very difficult thing. Well, why wasn't I right for this. Exactly. I mean, hey, nobody likes dealing with with rejection, but that's life. It's life. Right? 0:35:32What's next then after this? Are you already working on something? Well, I have two other films coming out this year. I mean, three, actually. One's called the comic shop. Which is kind of like a Kevin Smith esque story about a disgruntled comic book store owner who had some trials and tribulations in his life. It's kind of a interesting story. Then I have another one that's on the festival circuit right now called the Latin from Manhattan. And then I have a a a a a VC Andrew series of movies coming out on a lifetime where I I play dad in the early sixties. So it's it's my first dad role, so I'm kind of excited about that. 0:36:13See, I've seen -- Oh. -- I've seen -- Oh. -- I've seen -- Oh. -- I've seen -- Oh. -- I've seen -- I've seen -- I've seen -- -- I've seen -- -- I've seen -- I've seen -- I've seen -- wonk long. I've I've seen some of the footage actually doing a ADR for the for the movies and I I play opposite this adorable you know, effervescent actor of Breck Bassinger, who's from from the series star girl. I play her father And it's very, very charming actually. I'm I was really, really pleased with it. I'm excited for people to see it. 0:36:40Well, you know, if we're ever on a plane together and something happens, I'm calling you into action here. You're gonna be helping land the plane Okay. I know nothing about that. You might wanna call Dennis, but hey, you know. Yeah. I would run up and down the aisles going, no, we can't do this. This is not good. This is terrible, but it was very fun to watch you in this. I enjoyed it. Thank you so much. Alright, Bruce. Thank you for that interview. What else do we have on top? Coming up. Big big big kind of surprising thing. Rachel vice, Oscar winner, Rachel vice. 0:37:16Is in a new adaptation of dead rangers. It's about twins who are in the birthing business, if you will, and if you may remember Jeremy Irons started in this film in the nineties. It was a David Cronenburg film Well, now, Rachel has the part where she plays two characters. And she's trying to get this clinic off the ground, a birthing center. And she has to appeal to various and sundry people and how it's a very kind of political world to be in the medical field, but it's also really, really creepy. So when you see this, you'll see the creep factor. One of the people we talk to is Poppy Lou who plays their kind of assistant, and she has a big handle on the differences between Beverly and Elliot Mantel. So we'll have that next week and we'll talk about some other kind of creepy ones that aren't coming. Alright. That sounds good. So we'll look forward to that. Thank you everyone for listening to another episode of streamed and screened.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you heard? We are launching a Patreon! For those that are not familiar with Patreon, it's a platform that allows creators (like podcasters) to offer their followers more content, experiences, and even gifts. We have an exciting list of ideas on what we will offer you listeners, but we want you to make the final decisions on which benefits we end up offering you. So get your votes in through our survey. It only takes 60 seconds to fill out. Thank you SO much!!In this episode, we explore the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and genetics, focusing on the potential impact of AI policies and regulations on the field. Why do our show notes look different this week? We decided to stay on brand for this episode and use AI (shoutout Podium) to write this content. We discuss the rise of AI chatbots like ChatGPT and BioGPT and their potential to transform healthcare and the genomics industry by assisting humans in interpreting vast amounts of genetic data. We delve into the importance of using AI-powered tools like ChatGPT to enhance our understanding of genomic data while maintaining privacy, and we discuss The Family Vault, which helps parents maintain ownership and control of their babies' genomic data. We also explore the challenges of implementing AI solutions in the clinical genomics industry, focusing on the importance of data provenance, quality, and privacy. Join us as we examine the future of data management in a hybrid world of centralized and decentralized databases, and learn about the exciting developments in the world of genetics.Daniel Uribe is the father of a rare disease child. He is an expert in cybersecurity, data laws, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and genomics. Daniel is the inventor of BioNFTs to tokenize revocable digital rights over human biosamples and derived biodata based on data privacy laws to enable ethical AI training in genomics and healthcare.Top 10 Keypoints:AI chatbots like ChatGPT and BioGPT are transforming healthcare and genomics by assisting humans in interpreting vast amounts of genetic data.AI policies and regulations, such as the AI Bill of Rights, are being proposed to ensure responsible and ethical AI systems in healthcare and genomics.Data used to train AI must be accurate, properly presented, and free from bias to avoid producing misleading or harmful results.AI-powered tools like ChatGPT can help individuals explore their genomic data while maintaining privacy and control over their genetic information.The Family Vault enables parents to maintain ownership and control of their babies' genomic data while collaborating with researchers in federal programs.Data provenance, quality, and privacy are essential when implementing AI solutions in the clinical genomics industry.A hybrid world of centralized and decentralized databases is emerging for data management in genomics, with a focus on digital hygiene and controlled access to sensitive genetic information.Creating sub-datasets and limiting access to relevant data for specific purposes can help maintain control over genetic data while contributing to research and receiving personalized medical care.Trustable, certified genetic testing is crucial as AI continues to play a larger role in healthcare and genomics.The future of genetics will involve exciting developments in the understanding and interpretation of DNA data, with AI technologies playing a significant role in augmenting human knowledge and capabilities.Episode Chapters:AI in Genetics and HealthcareThe Best of Both WorldsCentralization vs Decentralization in Digital DataExploring the Wonders of DNAChapter Summaries:(0:00:02) - AI in Genetics and Healthcare (16 Minutes)In this episode, we explore the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in genetics and the potential impact of AI policies and regulations on the field. Our guest, Daniel Uribe, is an expert in cybersecurity, data laws, NFTs, and genomics. He discusses the rise of AI chatbots like ChatGPT and BioGTP and their potential impact on healthcare and the genomics industry. AI has the potential to assist humans in interpreting large amounts of genetic data and augment human knowledge. However, the data used to train AI must be accurate, properly presented, and free from bias.(0:15:47) - The Best of Both Worlds (10 Minutes)In this portion of the conversation, we delve into the potential of AI-powered tools such as Chat GPT to enhance the understanding of our genomic data while maintaining privacy, enabling individuals to make informed decisions about their health. The Family Vault is discussed as a means to help parents maintain ownership and control of their babies' genomic data, while still collaborating with researchers in federal programs. The conversation also touches on the importance of decentralized data storage and privacy-preserving technologies for protecting sensitive genetic information from hackers and unauthorized access'(0:26:03) - Centralization vs Decentralization in Digital Data (6 Minutes)In this part of the discussion, we examine the future of data management in a hybrid world of centralized and decentralized databases, focusing on the importance of digital hygiene and controlled access to sensitive genetic information. By creating sub-datasets and limiting access to only the relevant data for specific purposes, individuals can maintain control over their genetic data while still contributing to research and receiving personalized medical care. We also touch on the potential implications of genetic data on insurance pricing and the importance of trustable, certified genetic testing as AI continues to play a larger role in the field'Learn more about Genobank.io here. You can also check out this DNA Exchange article that Kira read in preparation for this interview. Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on April 14th, 2023! New episodes are released every Friday. In the meantime, you can binge over 230 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes since 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. DNA Today is hosted and produced by Kira Dineen. Our social media lead is Corinne Merlino. Our video lead is Amanda Andreoli. Our Outreach Intern is Sanya Tinaikar. Our Social Media Intern is Kajal Patel. And our Graphic Designer Ashlyn Enokian.See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNAToday.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNAtoday.com. Juno Diagnostics has developed the next generation of non-invasive prenatal tests so that all pregnant people can access a higher standard of care. Juno Diagnostics is the only genetic testing company on the market that performs NIPS for common aneuploidies on blood samples from a finger stick instead of a traditional venous blood draw. That means you collect your sample on your own time, at home, and still have NIPS at a CLIA laboratory! Juno's Hazel™ NIPS screens for common chromosome variations seen in pregnancy, such as Down syndrome or trisomy 21, trisomy 13, and trisomy 18 – in addition to testing for fetal sex. You can order this test yourself, or have your healthcare provider order for you. Head to JunoDx.com and use the code "DNATODAY” for 10% off! Keep your eye out for our full episode interview with experts from Juno Dx including fellow genetic counselor Katie Sagaser and Dr. Allison Rodgers. In the meantime, check out JunoDx.com to learn more about Hazel and their other test Birch (which tests just for the sex of your baby). (Sponsored)Surely you have heard of whole genome sequencing, but what about rapid and ultra-rapid whole genome sequencing? This is an emerging method of diagnosing genetic conditions for quick management. PerkinElmer Genomics offers this incredibly valuable test, which can be life saving for ill babies and kids. Learn more in our full episode (#226) with PerkinElmer Genomics. You can visit perkinelmergenomics.com for more information. (Sponsored)As many of you know through podcasting I have become an entrepreneur including consulting for other podcasts. Since I don't have a business degree I have learned a lot through podcasts like Porch Talks. The inspiration to start this show was from the host Melissa Bradley who wanted to inform, instruct, and inspire fellow entrepreneurs, especially in people who identify as women, people of color, immigrants, veterans, people with disabilities, and folks in the LGBTQIA+ community (which drew me in initially). So if you are thinking about starting a business or just love hearing stories about how businesses grow, Porch Talks is for you. (Sponsored)
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
Eagles new backup QB Marcus Mariota talks with the Philly media for the first time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Wex Appeal - Barbells, Beats & Buffoonery
Marston Sawyers is a content creator and entrepreneur that is one half of the creative team called "The Buttery Bros." Marston, alongside Heber Cannon (Episode 26), travel the globe chronicling their adventures with numerous people in the Fitness space. They created a sort of cult following in CrossFit after they were let go from CrossFit with the rest of the media department in 2018. That led them to create the Buttery Bros brand and gave them the freedom to create content that they, and their fans, would enjoy. They have been responsible for producing many of the best CrossFit Games documentaries and have been able to partner with many other businesses in the space with the goal of bringing them all up successfully together. They are also the co-founders of Podium Supplements along with the 5x Fittest Man on Earth Mat Fraser (Episode 38) and Paul Haverland (Episode 36). Follow Marston on Instagram @marstonsawyers @butterybros @321Podium Youtube:www.YouTube.com/ButteryBros1 Follow Wex Appeal on Instagram and TikTok @wexappealpodcast
This week we revisit our conversation with Hally Pinaud, VP of product marketing at Podium. She spoke on all things marketing in the medical aesthetic space, covering: The power of online reputation management; How to arm small businesses to compete in the age of Amazon; The need to be innovative to market in the medical spa industry; Consumer research around local businesses; How small business owners feel about their prospects going forward in 2022; The consumer focus on ease of doing business, and what that specifically means for medical spas; The importance of being involved in your community; How text message marketing can be a game-changer for local businesses; And more!
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At the Edges of Jimmy's Heart Jimmy T. Martin lost his first wife Linmarie to cancer. She was only 29 when she died, leaving him heartbroken, lost and his childhood faith and belief in God in shambles. What did remain was his commitment to the dream of a business called Brrrn. She said of his entrepreneurial endeavor as it was unfolding in the last months of her life that it was the proudest thing that he created that she wouldn't live to see. And not soon after that statement, she was gone. It was with the help of his family, his friends, therapy, and his wry sense of humor, that Jimmy was slowly able to rebuild a life for himself, and with his business partner Johnny Adammic find a way to bring Brrrn to life, not once, but twice. As Covid-19 gripped the world, Jimmy and Johnny had to shutter their Brrrn Fitness Studio located in the Flatiron District in Manhattan. Another death for Jimmy to endure. This story, however, does have a happy ending. He finds new love with Rachel – his and Linmarie's friend from their college years who eventually becomes his wife. He and Johnny transform their once in person studio into a thriving online fitness offering with the Brrrn Slide Board at its core. And there is even a son. Miles. A living, breathing embodiment of a life and a love that had to travel many distances to be found. Even his lost faith has been re-found as a belief in a higher power that calls him and Rachel to serve other people and believe in themselves. But there, at the edges of Jimmy's heart, is also the wisdom of experience and loss that filters through his life that you cannot help but see, hear, and feel. It is there when he remembers Linmarie. It is there at the mention of the 23,000 people who will no longer walk through the doors of his and Johnny's fitness studio. More than giving up and feeling sorry for himself, Jimmy leaves us with a compelling question that underpins our conversation and his life: What happens when you show up and start living your truth and navigate all that life is? Jimmy's answers are quite profound. When you show up in truth you choose to be made better by the painful experiences, not to be consumed by them. When you navigate all that life is and will be, “You really find out who you are by the obstacles that you're facing.”At the Podium WebsiteAt the Podium on IGPatrick on IGFor more information contact Patrick at email@example.com
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
Philadelphia Eagles new defensive lineman Kentavius Street speaks with the Philly media for the first time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Get ready to sweat it out on the Podium. Dr. Kevin Sprouse and Patrick Morris dive into the hot topic of heat training in endurance sports, discussing everything from training in it and adapting to it, to cooling off effectively.Once athletes consider individual health conditions prior to heat training, it is possible to build capacity in the heat within your training cycle. Dr. Sprouse and Patrick cover the technology, tools, and practices used in training, how best to monitor body temperature, and the benefits of passive heat exposure. Plus, hand cooling and the possible pitfalls of an ice bath.To learn more about Podium, visit www.podiumsportsmed.com.Patrick Morris on InstagramDr. Sprouse on Instagram- - - - - - - - -Check us out at Podium Sports Medicine Website | InstagramSubscribe: Apple Podcast | SpotifyShow Produced by Palm Tree Pod Co.
The Always Aggressive crew returns for the first podcast of the offseason recapping an incredible tournament run for Purdue at the 2023 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Tulsa, Okla. An exclamation point on an incredible year. Head coach Tony Ersland talks about bringing home two All-Americans, the program's first national placewinners since 2013, and all that the Boilermakers were able to accomplish in Tulsa. The usual podcast trio breakdown the tournament runs for the four Purdue wrestlers, all of whom came away with at least one win. The bulk of the conversation centered around the two podium climbers, Matt Ramos and Parker Filius. Ersland spoke to the work ethic and longevity of Filius, who earned his All-American honors in his sixth and final year with the program. After breaking down Filius' impact, the guys talked about the incredible run to the national finals for Ramos. The cardiac kid put together an incredibly entertaining tournament on his way to becoming the 13th finalist in program history. Finally, Ersland and company wrap up with a discussion of the different conversations they've had with fans and strangers alike in the days since the tournament ended.
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Eagles Head Coach Nick Sirianni speaks with the media at the NFL Annual Meeting about free agency moves, Marcus Mariota, his excitement for the running back room and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast
Rachael Burks may be the most stoked skier on the planet, and that stoke is contagious. Whether she's sending the biggest cliffs, picking the most technical lines, or doing what she can to promote women and women's skiing, Rachael is the person everyone wants to be around in the mountains. On the podcast, we talk about how she ended up in Texas, finding a ski career in her 20s, Billy Poole, TGR, paying to play, Going Greenland, mentoring women, and a lot more. Legendary airman Julian Carr asks the Inappropriate Questions. Rachael Burks Show Notes: 5:00: Going Greenland, growing up in Utah, and being recruited to the church 12:00: Team sports, skiing, mountain biking early on, risk-taking, SMU, and depression 21:00: Best Day Brewing: All of the flavor of your favorite IPA or Kolsch, without the alcohol, the calories, and sugar. Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 23:00: Dropping out of school and landing a job at Snowbird, shop-life, contests, and the Crested Butte comp 32:00: Finishing school in Oxford, competing on the European Tour with $350 in the bank, one speed in skiing, and getting a sponsor through crashing in Verbier 38:00: Who was Billy Poole, going on shoots uninvited 43:00: Stanley: Get 30% off sitewide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there 45:00: Getting on the Levitation Project, not knowing how to film on an all-time trip, Powder Awards, sponsorship, and money 49:00: Julian Carr sized cliffs, losing Billy, TGR, paying to play, Angel, Red Bull Cold Rush, McConkey PMS, and mentoring women 72:00: Inappropriate Questions with Julian Carr
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Eagles new CB Greedy Williams speaks with the Philly media for the first time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices