Beautiful day in STL. Sweet new items available at TMASTLshop.com, go check em out. Plowsy and Tim's match today. Match play. Dotem week. The new trophy is sick. Iggy may scrap with some listeners. Iggy's new title is Donut guard. Iggy is putting. Puck drop tomorrow. Free your balls. Pujols pitched last night, his ERA is now 36. Tyler O'Neil. DeJong in Memphis. Iggy talked to Bill the 3rd about the baseballs going to the stands. Iggy isn't sure this note club has much of shot. Gotta beat the best to be the best. John Mayer's sexual history. Mr. Skin. The Lisa Ann dating game. Iggy will reprimand anyone swiping donuts.
Game Pass News SEASON 2!!!Welcome to the new Season of GPN!This weeks Episode will feature news on;Fortnite Free on CloudPlus the Sever meltdown it made!EA ditching FIFA! Xbox's new patent for the future of Digital gamingThe Microsoft Puck? Could this be the new hardware for Gaming GiantFor news on what games are dropping this week, head to our YouTube and Twitch channel to see the GPN Showcase where we will be previewing the trailers for this weeks games!Plus don't forget the two ways you can earn yourself some sweet Microsoft cash to spend with Achievement Hunters and the Co-Op Campaigns! Listen to find how you could win from $15 - $50All this and more in your weekly dose of your favourite unofficial Xbox Game Pass PodcastEmail - firstname.lastname@example.orgSocial - @Gamepassnews
On this podcast that will receive a nostalgia-bait remake in 20 years, Andy, Flask, Greg, and Vito mention Citizen Sleeper, Jedi Academy co-op, Barry, Trek to Yomi, Doctor Strange 2, Godzilla and Kong in Warzone, Spider-Man, Mad Max, EA losin' FIFA, Avatar 2: Blue Lagoon, Star Wars, Netflix's Resident Evil, and more! Find out more at https://broken-campfire.pinecast.co
Jim is still not sold on the Mariners, Puck tries to remind Jim there's still a lot of time left in the season. The Mariners aren't playing well but give them a break right? We also play audio messages from listeners, and Tweet of the day.
Bitcoin fell to its lowest in 16 months today, leading a rush out of risk assets, while the collapse of TerraUSD, a so-called stablecoin, underscored the strain on cryptocurrency markets. Bitcoin, the world's largest cryptocurrency, has lost a third of its value in the last eight sessions. Disney reported stronger-than-expected growth in streaming subscribers across all of its media platforms, but the stock fell today after the company warned it's still seeing the impact of Covid on its theme parks in Asia. Puck's Matthew Belloni and Tom Rogers, Engine Media executive chairman and founder of CNBC, react to Disney's latest quarterly earnings report and the streaming wars. CNBC's Robert Frank reports how several corporate insiders and executives managed to avoid the tech wreck with big payouts. WeWork's first-quarter loss narrowed sharply as gross desk sales reached pre pandemic levels with the gradual return of employees in the U.S. to in-person work. Plus, Beyond Meat shares tumbled after it's jerky launch leads to wider-than-expected losses.In this episode:Matthew Belloni, @MattBelloniRobert Frank, @robtfrankAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawk Becky Quick, @BeckyQuickZach Vallese, @zachvallese
Micaela Mannix joins host Stephanie Crugnola on this week's episode to choose their respective MLS squads of Shakespeare characters! Micaela's Real Salt Lake Squad includes: Coriolanus , Chiron, Titania, Celia, Joan la Pucelle, Pisanio, Tybalt, Laertes, Margaret of Anjou, Helena, and Ariel Steph's Austin FC Squad includes: Rosalind, Tybalt, Mercutio, Hector, Lysander, Puck, Laertes, Cleopatra, Hamlet, Beatrice , and Feste, with Hal on bench Vote for who you think should win on Facebook (/p2mpod), instagram, Twitter (@p2mpod), and now TikTok! Make sure to follow Micaela through 10kShakespeare on Instagram and TikTok, and her podcast Bowls with the Bard on Instagram! Please check out our Patreon for bonus materials and extra content - including my picks for each of the months' episodes, and some new audition monologue content! Special thanks to our new network: Serious Business for bringing us on board and giving us the space to discuss such an important element of Shakespearean Theatre. Check out their other two shows Adventure Incorporated (an actual play DnD 5e podcast) and Ask The Pokedexpert (a highly academic question and answer podcast/stream about Pokemon)!
Ben Maller talks about Brooklyn Nets GM Sean Marks making comments that seem to put Kyrie Irving's future with the team in question, Puck the World w/ Eddie Garcia, Fact or Fiction, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike, Reagan and Merav begin breaking down the teams ahead of tomorrow's puck drop at the IIHF World Championship. What does Canada have to do to finish first again? What should we expect from Sweden? Can Austria make some noise?
Brent, Kasey, and Brian discuss Doug Pederson at the Icemen game, make AT&T Byron Nelson Golf picks, and play a game of Cash it or Trash it
It's a What's up w/ That Wednesday! Puck and Jim react to the Mariners winning over Shockey's Phillies. Jim wears his emotions on his sleeve as one of his kid's steps to the plate and hits a home run, plus the Mariners have a few players that are unvaccinated and when they travel to Toronto could cause some problems.
Puck and Jim discuss if it's ok to have a punishment for your league's Fanasty Football loser. We learn a member of the show can't swim and hear a homerun call from a local high schooler on Cross Talk with Furness
Time Stamps: 01:00 Panel Intros 09:00 NEW info of Forza Horizon 6 and that it might be in early active development, could the franchise FINALLY find its way to the land of the rising sun?? 45:00 Halo Infinite's Lead, Joseph Staten talks about "Classic Maps" returning on the NEW Episode of The Xcast on Kinda Funny. All I can say is BLOOD GULTCH & Valhalla PLEASE! 1:25:00 As reported by Venture Beats, Jeff Grubb, Microsoft may be releasing a "Puck" streaming device that could be the "Trojan Horse" that Xbox needs to gain access to the 3-Billion gamers in the market, but will it work? 2:02:00 Panel Outros and Special Message to the Community! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craig-ravitch/support
Puck and Jim continue their Mariners discussion, should the Mariners bring back Kyle Lewis, will Ken Giles get an opportunity, and what can Puck do to convenience Jim that the season isn't lost... We wrap things up with Ian Furness on Cross Talk.
John Canzano joins Puck and Jim for his weekly visit to discuss his latest story regarding a High School female golfer, writing about his mother on Mother's Day, PAC-12 pre-season North and South winners for college football, who is likely to lose their job in the PAC-12, and much more.
In this episode, we have Andrew and Nic talk to us about the disaster the Rangers have put themselves in and the way they are playing. We break down the pain and what exactly went down for this to happen as well as can they get themselves out of it.Thanks for listening! Please rate and review our show on your favorite listening platform. Check out our partner's website at www.insidetherink.com for all your latest hockey news.
Today in the Cage with Michael Ball - Pete's Puck with Pete Loubardias - Weston Dressler (17:00) - Ottawa Redblacks Play-By-Play AJ Jackubek (24 :00) - NHL Network's Mike Kelly (37:00) - Former Rider Coach Ken Miller (47:00) - Luc Mullinder (1:00:00) - Glen Suitor (1:07:00) - Mike Mccullough (1:27:00) - Sportnet's Arash Madani (1:37:00)
Puck and Jim react to the Kentucky Derby as Rich Strike surprises everyone with a huge victory. Also, we find ourselves discussing tipping and the automatic gratuity, Puck isn't the biggest fan. We also have multiple Tweets of the day for you!
Are laces part of the glove, Puck and Jim discuss whether or not it's a fact, and also how long should laces be on a player's glove? Thew fellas continue to chat about the Mariners, including Matt Brash and George Kirby, we wrap things up with Ian Furness on Cross Talk.
We’re back! Kinda? Sorta? It’s been a while because, honestly, this year has been ROUGH. What happens when the thing you love doesn’t love you back? Deb and Erika talk about the heartache of hockey, and we don’t mean the stuff that happens on the ice. But like any heartache, you grow and move on, a little tougher, a little wiser, and a whole lot sassier. We can’t wait to see you next season! Host Erika Ensign and Deborah Stanish.
Chris Egan of King 5 news is back for his weekly visit with Puck and Jim! It's game time between Christopher and Jim as they get set to play horse for $100, and we wrap things up with Ian Furness on Cross Talk.
Happy Friday y'all! Puck and Jim get things rolling as today is the day Jim and Christopher go head to head in a game of Horse for $100. The Mariners continue to struggle having lost Thursday night, Matt Brash is not looking great, how can this team bounce back?
The three old men are back. This show is a heavy comicbook show. Paul, Scott, and I, well Scott and Paul talk do more talking than I. we talk about #comixolgy #deathinthefamily #punisher #thor #batman #watchmen #aliens #sabertooth Plus reviews
The Sounders are victorious as they knocked off Pumas on Wednesday night. Puck and Jim discuss how big this opportunity is for the team and city. Jim shares with us how he plays horse, and well he's wrong... We wrap things up with Ian Furness on Cross Talk!
Ian Furness will be chatting with Pete Carroll, so of course, Puck and Jim have a few questions they want Ian to ask Carroll. The PAC-12 is looking to make a change regarding NIL but is it too late, and the Mariners are struggling and they're moving players around, but this team still has time to turn things around, at least Puck is optimistic.
Tina Nguyen joins Peter to discuss how enterprising hillbilly candidate J.D. Vance milked Peter Thiel and Donald Trump for more money and a life-changing endorsement, and what it means for the berserk race between Dr. Oz and David McCormick in Pennsylvania. Then Ben Landy brings us into the Puck newsroom with updates on Elon, Ackman, and Roe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick, Jermaine and Eric are back for another edition from the room! Free Comic Book Day is May 7th. NHL Playoffs is back with more action packed ice hockey and we've got the bets for you to make. NBA Playoffs round two is off to a pretty strange start and UEFA Champions League Final has been set with Liverpool seeking revenge on Real Madrid. So come on down and step into the room!!!
Draft Recap x Puck & Hoops Playoffs x Racin' & a big Cinco de Mayo weekend of sports! Segment 1 “NFL DRAFT RECAP -Winners? -Losers? -Biggest Surprise/Most Shocking? -Favorite Selection? Segment 2 “NHL PLAYOFF PREVIEW” -1st Round Series Breakdown/Predictions -Conference Finals Predictions -Stanley Cup Final Predictions Segment 3 “NBA PLAYOFFS CONFERENCE SEMISFINALS” -Conference Semifinals breakdown/predictions Segment 4 “RACIN” -NASCAR Dover Recap & Darlington Preview -F1 Miami GP expectations? -Where else should F1 go? -Predictions? AND WHATEVER ELSE TICKLES OUR FANCY! RATE REVIEW SUBSCRIBE! Follow the show on Twitter @podcockpeacast & like our Facebook page, search PodCock PeaCast, Available on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast & the rest of the major podcast platforms!!! Finally enjoy your listen!!!! A semiprofessional sports podcast that may or may not have a gambling problem, we will touch some entertainment subjects as well & elements of general tomfoolery, also it may have a witty moment or two along the way. Twitter @podcockpeacast Facebook PodCock PeaCast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcock-peacast/message
Puck and Jim chat with the President of the German Sea Hawkers, Lukas Spies a huge fan club based out of Germany! Seahawks' new offensive tackle, Abe Lucas stops by and we have a new tweet of the day, thanks Will Smith...
Lukas Spieß, President of German Sea Hawkers joins Puck and Jim as the Seahawks will be playing in Germany in November versus the Bucs. Lucas shares his initial reaction to the news of the Seahawks coming to Germany, thoughts on the Russell Wilson trade, who he envisions will be the starting QB and much more.
The Seattle Sounders' next home game, the second leg of the Concacaf Champions League finals against UNAM Pumas is Wednesday evening at 7 pm. With that, we have a pair of tickets to give away for a lucky listener. Puck and Jim open the phone lines for callers to explain why they should get the tickets to check out this big game. We wrap things up with Ian Furness on Cross Talk.
It's too spicy for you, somehow, someway we find ourselves discussing spicy foods and we also learn about Puck's favorite Thai spot just three blocks from where he lives. Brad Adam makes an early appearance to talk about the Mariners. Jarred Kelenic continues to struggle but what's the next set for him?
Puck's senior political correspondent Tara Palmeri joins Peter to discuss the stunning revelation that the Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, what it means for women, what it means for the midterms, and whether there's anything that Democrats can do to stop it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of What The Puck, Brandon and Coach Dan get ready for the Caps vs Panthers in Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. What are the keys to winning this series, can the goaltending hold up?
Photo: An April 22, 1885, cartoon from the Puck magazine depicting an army of clergymen assaulting a fortress defended by newspaper editors including from Puck, while atop a hill in the background a statue labeled "Constitution" that states, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion" can be seen. #Musk: First Amendment absolutism: "crude and inexact." @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/musk-should-choose-to-run-twitter-under-the-spirit-of-the-first-amendment-opinion/ar-AAWGSlP
Puck and Jim react to JP Crawford's good start as he now has four home runs this season, last year he had a total of 9. Jarred Kelenic and Julio Rodriguez were supposed to be 1A & 1B, both players have had their struggles but Rodriguez seems to be turning the corner, should we be concerned about Kelenic? We wrap things up with Ian Furness on Cross Talk.
Well, not a lot of sunshine in the month of April... Puck sounds off on how bad the weather has been in Spring thus far. Mariners bounce back and get a win over the Florida Marlins. Also, the discussion of positional value as it relates to the Seahawks' pick of RB Kenneth Walker III in the 2nd round, and the trio recap their busy weekends.
As the US began May of 1954, there was word that a new Soviet bomber had the ability to reach the United States. It was displayed for the public for the first time at the Moscow May Day Parade. On May 7th, the Battle of Dien Bien Phu would end in a French defeat. U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles declared Vietnam non-essential to security in Southeast Asia. The U.S. would not intervene for France. And as several massive U.S. fishing vessels were sinking off the coast of Alaska, the Boeing 707 was being released after two years of development. On May 1st, NBC affiliate WSM signed on with The Big Sound. WSM is a 50,000-watt clear channel station located in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded by the National Life and Accident Insurance Company, the station's call sign stands for We Shield Millions. WSM first signed on October 5th, 1925. The next month on November 28th, The WSM Barn Dance took to the air for the first time. On December 10th, 1927, the program's host, "Judge" George D. Hay referred to the show for the first time, as The Grand Ole Opry. The Opry began running coast-to-coast on Saturday evenings in 1939. The show moved to the Ryman Auditorium in 1943. As it developed in importance, so did the city of Nashville, which became America's country music capital. By 1954, WSM was considered the outstanding music station in the country. That October 2nd a teenage Elvis Presley would have his only Opry performance. The times, they were a-changin'. Tonight, we'll dive in for a closer look. ___________ Welcome to Breaking Walls episode 127. My name is James Scully. Tonight we keep on with our look at 1954 by picking up in May during one of the most important months of the decade. ___________ Everett Sloane was born in New York City on October 1st, 1909. At age of seven, he played Puck of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream, and decided to become an actor. In 1927 he joined a Theater company. He made his New York stage debut in 1928. In the 1930s Sloane was appearing on The March of Time. It was there he met a young Orson Welles. Welles hired Sloane to be part of his Mercury Theatre. He moved from New York City to Los Angeles after Welles signed his contract with RKO. Sloane had a prominent role in Citizen Kane. In the 1940s, he worked on both coasts, guest-starring in radio on Inner Sanctum Mysteries, The Shadow, The Mysterious Traveler, and in films such as The Lady From Shanghai, Journey Into Fear, and Prince of Foxes. By 1953 he was being featured on TV and starring on radio in The 21st Precinct as Captain Frank Kennelly. The 21st Precinct debuted on July 7th, 1953 over WCBS radio in New York. It put the listener into the drama from the opening phone call until the final report. In May of 1954 it was airing Wednesdays at 8:30PM against The Great Gildersleeve on NBC. Starring with Sloane was Ken Lynch as Lieutenant Matt King and Harold Stone as Sergeant Waters. John Ives produced and Stanley Niss directed. Everett Sloane continued to be a busy actor until 1965. On August 6th of that year, recently diagnosed with Glaucoma and fearing blindness, he took his own life. He was survived by his wife Lilian and two children. Everett Sloane is buried at Angelus-Rosedale Cemetery in Los Angeles.
Eric Williams of Fox Sports joins Puck and Jim to discuss his thoughts on how the 1st round of the 2022 NFL Draft, and what is the future of D.K. Metcalf, will the Seahawks take a QB, who is more under pressure than Russell Wilson, or Pete Carroll, plus more.
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Podchaser Leave a Review Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events St. Robert's Day Saint Robert of Molesme ("mo-LESS-mah") was an 11th-century herbalist, abbot, and founder of the Cistercian ("sis-TUR-shin") order - a Catholic religious order of monks and nuns that branched off from the Benedictines. They are also known as Bernardines ("BUR-nah-deen"), after the highly influential Bernard of Clairvaux, or as White Monks - a reference to the color of the cowl worn over their habits as opposed to the black cowl worn by Benedictines. They are commonly called Trappists. Many common wildflowers are named in honor of St. Robert. Some believe that Herb Robert, or Bird's Eye, the little Wild Geranium, was named in honor of St. Robert. Another theory is that Herb Robert is named for Robin Goodfellow, a pseudonym for the forest sprite known as Puck. 1852 On this day, Henri Frederic Amiel, Swiss philosopher and poet, wrote in his journal: I went out into the garden to see what progress the spring was making. I strolled from the irises to the lilacs, round the flowerbeds, and in the shrubberies. Delightful surprise! At the corner of the walk, half-hidden under a thick clump of shrubs, a small-leaved corchorus had flowered during the night... the little shrub glittered before me... Mother of marvels, mysterious and tender Nature, why do we not live more in thee? 1869 Birth of Agnes Chase, American botanist. Agnes was an agrostologist—a studier of grass. She was a petite, fearless, indefatigable person and entirely self-taught as a botanist. Her first position was as an illustrator at the USDA's Bureau of Plant Industry in Washington, D.C., working for the botanist Albert Spear Hitchcock. When Hitchcock applied for funding to go on expeditions, higher-ups approved the travel for Hitchcock, but not for Agnes - saying the job should belong to "real research men." Undeterred, Agnes raised her own funding to go on the expeditions. She cleverly partnered with missionaries in Latin America to arrange for accommodations with host families. She shrewdly observed, The missionaries travel everywhere, and like botanists do it on as little money as possible. They gave me information that saved me much time and trouble. During a climb of one of Brazil's highest mountains, Agnes reportedly returned to camp with a "skirt filled with plant specimens." One of her major works, the "First Book of Grasses," was translated into Spanish and Portuguese. It taught generations of Latin American botanists who recognized Agnes's contributions long before their American counterparts. When Hitchcock retired, Agnes was his backfill. When Agnes reached retirement age, she ignored the rite of passage altogether and refused to be put out to pasture. She kept going to work - six days a week - overseeing the largest collection of grasses in the world in her office under the red towers at her beloved Smithsonian Institution. When Agnes was 89, she became the eighth person to become an honorary fellow of the Smithsonian. A reporter covering the event said, Dr. Chase looked impatient as if she were muttering to herself, "This may be well and good, but it isn't getting any grass classified, sonny." While researching Agnes Chase, I came across this little article in The St. Louis Star and Times. Agnes gave one of her books on grass a biblical title, The Meek That Inherit the Earth. The story pointed out that, Mrs. Chase began her study of grass by reading about it in the Bible. In the very first chapter of Genesis, ...the first living thing the Creator made was grass. ... for grass is fundamental to life. [Agnes] said, "Grass is what holds the earth together. Grass made it possible for the human race to abandon... cave life and follow herds. Civilization was based on grass [and] this significance... still holds." 1954 Birth of Jerry Seinfeld, American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and producer. He is best known for playing a semi-fictionalized version of himself in the sitcom Seinfeld, which he created and wrote with Larry David. He once joked, Why do people give each other flowers to celebrate various important occasions? They're killing living creatures? Why restrict it to plants? "Sweetheart, let's make up. Have this deceased squirrel." 2017 On this day in 2017, The New York Times tweeted that, The Brooklyn Botanic Garden cherry blossom festival is set for today and tomorrow, regardless of when nature [decided] to push play. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Language of Butterflies by Wendy Williams This book came out in 2020, and the subtitle is How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect. If you're a fan of blue morpho butterflies, you're going to love the cover of Wendy's book because it is covered with a kaleidoscope of blue morpho butterflies. So it's impossibly beautiful. And Wendy's book is a five-star book on Amazon. Now Wendy is an author who loves spending time outdoors. She loves skiing. She loves horseback riding. (In fact, her first bestselling book was called The Horse. And Wendy has traveled the world. She's spent a lot of time in Africa, Europe, and North American mountain chains and prairies. But when it comes to just regular daily life, Wendy lives in Cape Cod in Massachusetts with her husband and her Border Collie, Taff. Now I love the way that Wendy writes because she's very conversational. And I also like how she organized this book into three main sections: the past, the present, and the future. And then, to show you how friendly her writing is, her chapters have very intriguing titles. In the section on the past, there's The Gateway Drug, The Number One Butterfly, and then How Butterflies Saved Charles Darwin's Bacon. (Great chapter.) And then, in the present, chapters include A Parasol of Monarchs, The Honeymoon Hotel, and On The Rain Dance Ranch. Great story there. And then, in the future section, Wendy's chapters include The Social Butterfly, The Paroxysms of Ecstasy, and The Butterfly Highway. And Wendy is right; butterflies are the world's most beloved insects. They've been called flying flowers, and gardeners are passionate about butterflies. And many gardeners today are working to help save the Monarch from extinction. Now The Washington Post said this about Wendy's book, Williams takes us on a humorous and beautifully crafted journey that explores both the nature of these curious and highly intelligent insects. And the eccentric individuals who coveted them. And, of course, most of those folks were scientists and or botanists. So I love this book, and I love all of those stories. This book is 256 pages Of butterflies. It's eye-opening and tender. It's an incredibly profound look at butterflies - it's a butterfly biography. And it examines the vital role that butterflies play in our world. You can get a copy of The Language of Butterflies by Wendy Williams and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $2. Botanic Spark Here's an excerpt from Karel Ćapek's chapter on The Gardener's April from his book The Gardener's Year (1984). Gardeners have certainly arisen by culture and not by natural selection. If they had developed naturally, they would look differently. They would have legs like beetles, so that they need not sit on their heels. And they would have wings - in the first place for their beauty and secondly, so that they might float over the beds. Those who have no experience can not imagine how one's legs are in the way when there's nothing to stand on. How stupidly long they are... Or how impossibly short they are if one has to reach to the other side of the bed without treading on a clump of pyrethrum (that's chrysanthemum) or on the shoots of Columbine. If only one could hang in a belt and swim over the beds. Or have at least four hands with only a head and a cap and nothing else. But because the gardener is outwardly constructed as imperfectly as other people, all he can do is to show us of what he is capable. To balance on tiptoe on one foot, to float in the air like a Russian dancer, to straddle four yards wide, to step as lightly as a butterfly or a wagtail, to reach everywhere and avoid everything, and still try to keep some sort of respectability so that people will not laugh at him. Of course, at a passing glance, from a distance, you don't see anything of the gardener but his romp. Everything else like the head, arms, and legs is hidden underneath. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.