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Shep-A-Day Fatheads Podcast
Jean Shepherd 1974 10 17 Lead Quarters

Shep-A-Day Fatheads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021


Wally Show Podcast
Crazy Lengths You Went to On a Diet: October 12, 2021

Wally Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 45:25


TWS News 1: Emergency Landing – 00:30 Crazy Lengths You Went to On a Diet – 3:31 TWS News 2: Finding a Lost Boy – 11:10 How Much Help is Too Much Help for Your Kids – 13:48 TWS News 3: Gen Zers and Coffee – 21:01 Old School – 24:00 Face Your Fears Day – 27:48 I Challenge Gavin: Mayo Coffee – 30:35 Least of These: I Hate Alabama – 34:33 Add It to the List: Women on Quarters – 37:15 Name It & Claim It: Booster Seat – 42:34 You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 62 - TRADE TALK - Clark's value, Lobb stays and who's left?

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 48:05


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian and  Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I Like That Story
S341- 2nd and 3rd Quarters- Strategies for Getting Noticed and Getting Paid

I Like That Story

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 6:38


a third of your life is your job or business. To get paid what your worth is a journey that requires persistence and strategy- this is the 3rd and last podcast with tips and tricks for those on the career path. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Good News Podcast
New Quarters

The Good News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 3:22


Exciting new quarters are coming to the US in 2022!

Founder's Journal
What to Learn from a Business That 10x'd in 5 Quarters

Founder's Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 15:37


In this episode, I discuss the lessons we can learn from Notarize, one of the fastest growing startups I've ever seen.Check out the full transcript at https://foundersjournal.morningbrew.com to learn more, and if you have any ideas for our show, email me at alex@morningbrew.com or my DMs are open @businessbarista.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 61 - TRADE TIME and does the WAFL have a Subiaco sized problem?

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 67:28


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. Jordan Clark looking for a Geelong exit (1.00) Rory Lobb wants out but will it get done (9.00) Sam Petrevski-Seton's move west (17.00) Oobi doobi ... is there something wrong at Subi? (26.00) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I Like That Story
S340- 2nd and 3rd Quarters- Strategies on Getting Noticed and Paid- part 2

I Like That Story

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 9:05


for those in the 2nd and 3rd Quarters of Life- some strategies on how to get noticed and paid- tricks from a former advertiser and marketer that can help small business and employees alike Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

4quarterspod
Is Dabo's Dynasty Dead? Favorites for the CFP, Is Trevor a bust? Week 4 Picks and My Thing Is.

4quarterspod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 61:20


On this weeks episode of 4 Quarters we take a look at the dying Clemson Dynasty. We have found the CFP to be forming but are Arkansas and Oregon sleeper teams? Moving on to the NFL is Sam Darnold turning into the QB we expected him to be out of USC and should the Chiefs begin to worry after a 1-2 start.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 60 - Grand final wrap, WAFL Eagles turfed & trade talk begins

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 59:11


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. Grand final wash-up (1.00) Did Perth nail their only chance at a GF? (13.00) Trade rumours, Cat Clark to the Dockers? (19.00) West Coast to remove WAFL side (26.00)   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I Like That Story
S339-2nd and 3rd Quarters-Strategies on Getting Noticed and Getting Paid- Part 1

I Like That Story

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 5:27


Once you get into the workforce- how the heck do you get paid?! The first of three podcasts for those trying to get to a place of decent compensation and are looking for a few strategies Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 59 - GRAND FINAL PREVIEW, Voss goes Blue & mailbag

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 43:12


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. Grand final preview (1.00)   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 58 - It's GF week! Dees v Dogs, Midfielder's Medal and Clarko says NO

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 47:04


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. 2.50 If Dogs win, does Bevo top Clarko as best coach of the modern era? 7.30 The only 'clear advantage' between the Dogs and Dees. 15.10 Alastair Clarkson says NO to Carlton. 22.20 JUICY TOPIC: Ollie Wines wins the midfiel-sorry, Brownlow Medal.  37.15 SAM'S (NOT JOSH'S) MAILBAG: Punters play list manager and make offers for Adam Cerra trade What mature-age WAFL players can get an AFL gig When will Gold Coast stop being the destination for delisted veterans? Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Behind the Steel Curtain: for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
Here We Go Steelers Pregame Show: The Steelers will need a strong 4 quarters to kick gift-horse Raiders in the mouth

Behind the Steel Curtain: for Pittsburgh Steelers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 39:52


Steeler Nation has a renewed confidence in a team that never quit and found themselves in the second half against Buffalo in Week 1. Week 2 brings the Las Vegas Raiders into Heinz Field. Can the Men of Steel put together more than one good half in the same contest? Join Bryan Anthony Davis and Kevin Smith for Here We Go, the Steelers Pregame Show. The BTSC duo break down the contest like no one else does to get you ready for the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Too Many Thoughts
Dealer's Choice Vol. 2

Too Many Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 119:14


Nico and Adam mourn the losses of Norm McDonald and Michael K Williams before nominating six random movies for induction into the Movie Hall of Fame. They are: McCabe & Mrs. Miller (17:12), The Year of Living Dangerously (13:05), Come and See (44:19), Talk Radio (1:07:14), City of God (1:23:22) and The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters (1:37:53). Chat with the TMT Community on Discord! For More TMT Shenanigans: toomanythoughtsmedia.com Twitter: @funnynicotweets, @someadamhall, @TMT_Media E-mail: toomanythoughtsmedia@gmail.com Subscribe and Rate on Apple Podcasts!

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 57 - The MCG contract is a JOKE, Naitanui's B&F, Eagles woes, ticket turmoil & Brownlow preview

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 59:45


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. 1.00 - Nic Naitanui claims second best and fairest, where to for the Eagles? 20.00 - Brownlow Medal preview 36.00 - MAILBAG 49.00 - 10 minute deep dive into the AFL's shortsighted GF contract with the MCG. Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 56 - Prelim wrap, Gawn's all-time performance, Cats/Port & more trade talk for Freo

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 70:11


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. 1.00 - Two deepest teams locked in for the grand final. 4.00 - Max Gawn with a performance for the ages, Bailey Smith's star continues to rise. 19.00 - Wildcards to step up in the GF. 36.00 - Implications for Geelong and Port Adelaide. 46.00 - MAILBAG - Are Rivers, Pickett any chance to end up at Freo? Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Land Line Now
Physical damage coverage: optional but necessary

Land Line Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 50:59


LLN (9/13/21) – Physical damage coverage may be optional, but it might as well be necessary. Why picking up the insurance coverage covers you on a number of fronts. A new song inspired by an OOIDA member involving terminal cancer, a Facebook post, a surprise gone wrong and a lasting tribute that the driver's widow will never forget. Plus, takeaways from the recent CVSA conference, tort reform, towing and medical certificates. 0:00 – Newscast. 10:14 – Pocketful of Quarters. 25:06 – Physical damage coverage. 40:02 – CVSA takeaways.

I Like That Story
S337- 2nd and 3rd Quarters- Why I am so Good at Predicting the Future- Part 2

I Like That Story

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 6:09


After doing sooo many funerals, I can see how peoples lives play out well in advance. Let me tell you why you should take a trip of a lifetime and why you probably won't. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

How To Dressage Podcast
How to Stop Your Horse's Quarters From Coming in During Canter

How To Dressage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 12:12


Quarters-in in canter is a big mark-loser in dressage tests as it tells the judge that the horse is not supple through his back and is, therefore, not engaged or balanced.If you would rather read the article on our blog, click here - https://howtodressage.com/troubleshooting/quarters-coming-in-during-canter/         To view our equestrian books and training diaries on Amazon, click here - https://amzn.to/2SFL633     To get some FREE STUFF, click here - https://howtodressage.com/free-stuff/   If you would like to join our Facebook Group, click here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/howtodressagegroup/   If you would like to support the show and donate via PayPal, click here - https://www.paypal.me/howtodressage Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/howtodressage)

West of Everest: An Oklahoma Football Podcast
Ep. 203 - Spencer Rattler, Playing 4 Quarters, and a Mixed Message on Defense

West of Everest: An Oklahoma Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 107:18


In the opening take, Grant provides more thoughts on OU-Tulane after completing his re-watch. Then Lee joins as Grant calls Jalen Hurts underrated, which leads to a debate about Hurts' effectiveness at OU -- which then leads to a discussion about Spencer Rattler's play so far at OU (4:30). Lee thinks the Tulane game is part of a trend of Rattler underestimating teams that aren't supposed to pose much of a threat to OU (12:40). Lee goes through what he likes about Rattler, and then what he doesn't like about Rattler (14:10). Lee's not sure if Rattler has the full "buy in" from his teammates after listening to a recent comment from Lincoln Riley about leadership (18:20). Riley said his team may have bought in to the preseason hype. The main goal now is to play a full 60 minutes and Lee asked Riley how they can work on that in practice (24:30). Over to the defense. Riley and Alex Grinch explain why they played so many guys on defense Saturday. Upon review, the guys didn't think the mass substitutions and constant rotation was that big of deal. Also, we found out which players Grinch believes are the true starting 11 (32:00). Tulane's offensive gameplan will likely be mimicked by other teams this season. Get the ball out quickly, neutralize OU's pass rush. What can OU do to prevent teams from hitting the quick passing game (40:20)? Lee noticed some inconsistencies in defensive messaging after the Tulane game. Lee questions Grinch's messaging strategy. Also, this strategy directly leads to David Ugwoegbu being hung out to dry when he was answering questions from the media. Lee hopes we are not about to embark on a season where the defense tells us they're really good, but the evidence on the field does not show that (43:25). It sounds like the Shane Whitter hype was a bit premature (56:20). Grant wants a lot more from DaShaun White. Grinch said he believes the play of the linebackers will get much better (58:00). Grant briefs us on Western Carollina (1:00:00). The guys say what they want to see from the Sooners on Saturday (1:05:50). We go to the "West of Everest" Facebook page for comments and questions (1:09:00). Let's take a look at the Big 12 schedule this week and comment where appropriate about how these teams played in Week 1, and what to expect in Week 2 (1:20:20). We get to the 5 biggest games of the week and make our picks. Ohio State-Oregon/Iowa State-Iowa/Texas-Arkansas/Washington-Michigan/Utah-BYU and Grant has some thoughts on that UCLA-LSU game (1:28:10). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 55 - Neale NO-DEAL, Luke Jackson to Freo? & prelim tips

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 49:02


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. 1.00 - Preliminary finals tips 16.00 - Vardy hangs up the boots 25.00 - Lachie Neale announces plan to stay in Brisbane. 32 - Luke Jackson into MAILBAG   Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Press Quarters Podcast
2021 Press Quarters Podcast - Ep. 3 - Northwestern Recap and Youngstown State Preview

Press Quarters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 67:12


Ronnie and Andrew take a look at Michigan State's big win over Northwestern, discuss any changes to the preseason predictions and provide a cursory look at MSU's only FCS opponent on the schedule - the Youngstown State Penguins.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 54 - 'DON'T SELL THE FARM' for Lachie Neale & finals review

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 65:37


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. 1.00 - Preliminary finals and semi-final wrap 36.00 - Lachie Neale looking west - Duffield, "Neale will bring Freo closer to the finals but further from a premiership." 45.00 - MAILBAG - Neale and more   Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
The US Open Catch-Up: Round Four - Raducanu Rules Rogers; Felix & Fernandez fly flag for Canada; Muguruza's MTO fury; Medvedev motors on; The ‘Roger & Rafa-less' slam impact

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 59:45


In the latest episode of The Passing Shot, the tennis podcast by fans, Joel and Kim revel in Emma Raducanu reaching the Quarter Finals of the US Open, as they round up the 4th round action from Flushing Meadows.With Emma Raducanu overcoming Shelby Rogers in convincing fashion, Leylah Fernandez upsetting Angelique Kerber from a set down and Botic Van de Zandschulp reaching the Quarters as a Qualifier, there has been plenty of surprises a plenty in this year's event.Joel and Kim also discuss the progress of Alexander Zverev and Daniil  Medvedev, FAA fighting off Frances Tiafoe in a 4 set tussle and the Krejcikova - Muguruza MTO debate, as well as rounding up the British Men's Doubles results as Jamie Murray and Joe Salisbury both make the Quarter Finals.Share your fan thoughts on the week with the #passingshotpod on social media.______________DOWNLOADTENNIS.COMTo stay up to date on all tennis around the world including ATP, WTA and Challenger tours, download TNNS Live Scores.Download on Apple PodcastsDownload on Google PlayFollow  TNNS Live Scores on TwitterAnd check out the TNNS Lives Scores website at www.downloadtennis.com______________SOCIAL MEDIAShare your fan thoughts on the week with the #passingshotpod on social media.Twitter: @passingshotpodInstagram: @passingshotpodEmail: [email protected]Website: thepassingshot.co.ukWritten, presented and produced by Joel Girling and Kim MackenzieCrowdfunded by our listeners.Recorded on 6th September 2021

I Like That Story
S336- 3rd and 4th Quarters- Why I am so Good at Predicting the Future

I Like That Story

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 5:31


My ability to predict peoples outcomes is pretty accurate! Watch how I predict loneliness- a most dangerous and preventable disease! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 53 - Eddie blocked, Lyon out of Blues' race, week 2 tips & Eagles assistant coach options

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 72:16


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. Eddie McGuire stopped at the border (4.00) Ross Lyon's favourite memory (9.00) Craig McRae appointed Collingwood coach (15.00) Week 2 finals tips (22.00) Ross Lyon OUT of Carlton race (37.00) West Coast and Fremantle offseason options, Eagles assistant coach options (46.00) Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Press Quarters Podcast
2021 Press Quarters Podcast - Ep. 2 - Michigan State vs. Northwestern

Press Quarters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 86:01


Michigan State takes on the Northwestern Wildcats in the first game of the 2021 college football season. Last year the Spartans handed the then-#8 Wildcats their only regular season loss. Can Mel Tucker go 2-0 against one of the most revered coaches in the Big 10 West? Stay tuned to find out!

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 52 - Greene gets 3, finals week 1 wrap, Carlton coaching development & much more

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 63:10


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. Greene ruled out for 3 games (1.00) Comparison with Andrew Gaff missing finals/Lachie Neale incident (8.00) Week 1 of finals review (14.00) Carlton's coaching developments (34.00) MAILBAG - Greene, Port fans fire back, why not Tassie and more. Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I Like That Story
S335- 2nd and 3rd Quarter- The Problem with Safety

I Like That Story

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 5:18


The best route is the Safe Route...right? A story about the hazards of safety for those in the 2nd and 3rd Quarters of Life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From The Rookery End (Watford FC)
3 quarters of a chance: Watford pipped by Spurs

From The Rookery End (Watford FC)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 48:24


After a respectable 1-0 lose away at Tottenham Hotspur, Jon, Mike and Jason talk through a far more postive performance than 7 days ago in Brighton. With changes across the team the boys reflect on the strengths and weaknesses but find themselves in a better place than last weekend. Jon also talk to the newly appointed General Manger of Watford Women, Amber Wildgust, about start of the new season as they head into the FA Women's Championship after winning promotion last season. And of course, with the transfer window close to it's end, they have to reflect on the exit of Will Hughes and the potential exit of one Troy Deeney THIS IS FROM THE ROOKERY END Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Press Quarters Podcast
Press Quarters Podcast 2021 EP 1 - Pre Season Talk

Press Quarters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 77:57


The 2021 Press Quarters Podcast is back, with a first look at the Michigan State Spartans' fall football season!

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 51 - Teague train stops, Ross Lyon, delisted Dockers, finals tips & Cerra trade options

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 72:08


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. Teague given the flick after months of speculation (1.00) Ross Lyon waits in the wings (7.00) Cerra headed to Carlton? (14.00) Docker delisting into finals tips (19.00) Grand final confirmed for Perth (38.00) MAILBAG - Fans offer Cerra'trade options Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 50 - Cerra's exodus, Eagles & Dockers' seasons in review, Perth GF & finals ahead

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 57:10


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. 1.00 - Grand Final to Perth 10.00 - Who wins it from here? 19.00 - Eagles and Dockers' seasons in review 31.00 - Adam Cerra officially flags exit from Freo, Carlton or maybe Richmond? 41.00 - Mailbag - Teague to Freo and plenty of trade talk Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

dialogep's podcast
Annies Adventures 08 18 21 S3 E9 Cesar Hernandez Youth Impact El Paso javy JJ Caballero singer song writer Producer Casey Goins The Head Quarters Salon and Barber Shop

dialogep's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 36:06


Annie's invited Guest Cesar Hernandez of Youth Impact El Paso talks about his organization and how you can help mentor a youth. Javy Caballero talks about being a Singer Songwriter in El Paso.  And Casey Goins of The Head Quarters Salon and Barber Shop.

I Like That Story
S334- All Quarters- How to Get Motivated

I Like That Story

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 5:55


It's true- you can do pretty much whatever you want with your life- here is a story to motivate you to live the best one possible! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 49 - Eagles & Dockers facing delist, final round race to finals, Carlton coach & more.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 63:29


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. Final round race to finals (1.00) Out-of-contract Eagles and Dockers (10.00) Round 23 tips (18.00) West Coast v Brisbane (24.00) St Kilda v Freo (35.00) Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Running Podcast
198: Liam Adams on his Olympic Marathon | Jarryd Clifford's Road to Tokyo

Inside Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 141:50


198: Liam Adams on his Olympic Marathon | Jarryd Clifford's Road to Tokyo This week is sponsored by New Balance, where you can check out their full range of running shoes including the recently released and reviewed Vongo v5.   Brad finally joins in the lockdown experience after a solid Deek's Quarters session. Julian works through his knee issues but still rolls out a 10K time trial with Surf Coast TC. Brady long runs with podcasts as lockdowns on both sides of the border.    Peter Bol bounced back from his Olympic campaign in Szczecin, Poland winning the Men's 800m in 1:45.49, beating bronze medallist Patryk Dobek. Results https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/peter-bol-wins-800m-in-poland/    The London Marathon scheduled for 3rd October announced the 2021 Elite Field, including Australia's Sinead Diver and World Record holder and Olympic silver medallist Brigid Kosgei. Official London Marathon Press Release   Diamond League Zurich to hold the 5000m Final on a temporary outdoor track laid around the opera house, held on 8th September. Diamond League Press Release   Liam Adams joins in from halfway through his quarantine experience to recap his Olympic marathon performance at Sapporo, how his training went into the lead up and how he executed his race plan and whether he met the goal he set for himself. How he's kept busy in quarantine and what his plans for the year ahead with Commonwealth Games & World Championships. https://www.instagram.com/p/CSeTHEwnsbd/    Listener Question asks what the boys would do if they were in charge of athletics in Australia, coming up with a variety of initiatives to boost the sport while Moose prepares for life with Baby Moose. Jarryd Clifford returns to the show calling in from Cairns, two weeks out from the start of the Paralympic Games, where he plans to take on the 5000m, 1500m and the marathon. In this conversation, Jarryd gives an explanation on how the classification system works and who to look out for during these Paralympic Games. https://www.instagram.com/p/CRqaBhZgCPs/   Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/ Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 48 - Perth GF, derby wash up, Rioli's return and retirements

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 67:45


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. In this episode, Duff, Quarters and Skeet discuss: AFL plan from here, finals, grand finals and Perth's chances. (1.00) Derby wash-up (14.00) Willie Rioli poised for AFL return (21.00) Kennedy, Hurn and retirements (30.00) Tom Hawkins (38.00) MAILBAG - Rapid fire derby questions and trade table. Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I Like That Story
S333- All Quarters- The Fastest Way to Improve

I Like That Story

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 6:01


Sad but true! If you want to improve you must listen to EVERYBODY- even people who not as good, smart, or gifted as you -lol - a dose of bitter medicine in story form Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk
SOB: The Expert Incentive, or ‘God Save the King of Kong'

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2021 12:37


On today's episode of Speaking of Bitcoin, correspondent George Frankly explores the expertise paradox through the lens of two very different historical figures.TRANSCRIPTHello there- I'm George Frankly and I'm going to take a look at how even the best and brightest people can make truly stupid decisions and terrible predictions- and what we can learn from them. This is Dare to be Stupid.This time on Dare to be Stupid, “The Expert Incentive,” or “God Save the King of Kong.”I'm not looking forward to this. I loathe misinformation. I loathe innumeracy. And before anybody asks what the word innumeracy means let me say I also loathe illiteracy. The world needs experts and experienced professionals in positions of power, now more than ever- I firmly believe that.So it honestly sucks that I've decided to sit here today and tell you that expertise is dangerous. Experts are a complicated concept, and despite agreeing on the broad strokes of the word we all have granular disagreements in what being an “expert” actually means. I want to get into the nitty-gritty of where expertise goes right and wrong by talking about two sides of the same coin- two closely-intertwined experts in their respective fields: 18th century Hungarian scientist and medical physician Ignaz Semmelweis, and 20th century professional Donkey Kong player and Hot Sauce Entrepreneur Billy J. Mitchell. I absolutely cannot tell the story of one without the other.As a dedicated fan of both men, it's hard to know where to begin. Semmelweis was an expert that pioneered the earliest concepts of germ theory, and Mitchell is an expert that cheats at the 1981 arcade game Donkey Kong for money.The key difference is that Semmelweis's fellow experts insisted he was a fraud, and Mitchell's contemporaries insisted for years that he wasn't.Ignaz Semmelweis studied law, science, and medicine at the University of Vienna and made his mark on history working at the obstetrics clinic in Vienna General Hospital. There, he was frustrated by the high rates of maternal mortality in the clinic. The death of mothers by post-childbirth fever was uncomfortably common, and he wanted answers. Infection and germ theory were not yet understood concepts, so all he had was deductive reasoning and experimental design- that thing your middle school teachers called “the scientific method.”The immediate observation that spurred him forward was the most confusing one. The mortality rate for new mothers was as high as 15% in the practicing doctors' ward… but in the next ward over, which was staffed by traditional midwives instead of university-educated doctors… the average mortality rate was under 5%. The rate of contracting fatal childbed fever was three times higher in the clinic run by the elite doctors than in the clinic run by the supposedly-unprofessional midwives. He was certain that if he could isolate the cause of the lower rates, he could adapt it into the other clinic and save lives. I'll give you a hint: he was right. But we'll get to that.Billy Mitchell is an icon. An icon of what varies from person to person, but he is nonetheless iconic. For over 25 years he's rarely been seen without a sharp suit, loud American flag necktie, and a magnificently coiffed, flowing mane of hair. He was one of the earliest faces of video game world records- a massive hobbyist sport of competing for the fastest times and highest scores in arcade and home video games.Mitchell rose to fame with his record of the world's first perfect Pac-Man score in 1999 and further for his world record high score in Donkey Kong. The 2007 documentary The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters chronicled his dramatic victory and cemented his public image as a fierce competitor… and a bit of a cinematic villain. His personal ties to the company that officiated and validated the scores allowed him to skirt a lot of the scrutiny that other competitors faced. Whereas most world records had to be achieved in a public exhibition on inspected hardware… Mitchell was able to turn in a fuzzy VHS tape of his record Donkey Kong run at home and had it accepted on the spot. The suspicion soon boiled over, and by 2018 multiple detailed technical analyses found that Billy Mitchell… had cheated.170 years previously, Dr. Semmelweis had catalogued several differences and tested their correlations over many long months. Midwives delivered with women on their sides- he had doctors move women to their sides. No effect. Patients in the doctors' ward were regularly visited by Priests with loud bell-ringing attendants. He had them ditch the bells. No effect. But then, inspiration struck. One of his coworkers died. Wait, that sounds terrible. No wait, it is terrible. But, grim or not, it gave him a lead: a fellow research doctor had accidentally lacerated his own hand while performing an autopsy, and succumbed to rising temperature and death identical to the stages of childbed fever. The link to the autopsy was a bit circumstantial, but Semmelweis noted that nearly all of the Doctors in his ward did routine autopsy research- the midwives never handled cadavers. He had a frankly absurd theory. He suspected there were “fine cadaverous particles” (in his words) being transmitted to vulnerable women and causing the illness. Midwives were rarely exposed to corpses and routinely rinsed their hands with hot water and soap, so he adopted a similar process: doctors in his ward would regularly rinse their hands and tools in a chlorinated lime solution- weak bleach, essentially. He guessed- very luckily- that the chlorine solution's ability to cleanse strong odors meant it might remove his mystery particles. He had discovered germs and then disinfectants- long before either could be fully explained.The maternal mortality rate in his ward eventually dropped under 2%- and at a few points even went entire months with no deaths. He brought his method to his next hospital posting, where rates dropped from 10% to less than 1%. He soon wrote a paper about his findings and began to distribute it across the region. It was widely and aggressively rejected. Semmelweis's core thesis of “please wash your goddamn hands” went against all of the expert consensus. His insinuation that it was Doctors- academics and experts every one of them- Doctors that were spreading childbed fever was considered insulting, hostile, and an affront to their authority. His hand-washing solution was seen as little more than magical thinking without scientific merit, and the medical establishment shunned him. He eventually died in a mental institution of complications from a hand injury- the exact same fever he had railed against. It wasn't until decades later that he would be vindicated by Louis Pasteur's seminal work on germ theory, and the history books have proven kinder to him than… well, kinder than history itself was.In the 21st century, Billy Mitchell faced the opposite problem. A small but vocal group of analysts and programming experts had found ultra-fine discrepancies in his world record video. At first, coding experts found that Mitchell's luck was supernaturally high- the random elements of the game were suspiciously generous during the recording. Soon they found that split-second variations in how the ladders and girders of Donkey Kong's stages loaded onscreen didn't match the display of real arcade hardware; in fact it perfectly matched the behavior of PC emulator software. Mitchell had essentially pulled off his miracle run on a home computer simulation of the game, with access to limitless modifications and instant do-overs. But Billy Mitchell was unbowed. The highly-technical evidence struck many as unconvincing. More than that, Mitchell and his fans touted a bigger point: he wouldn't need to cheat. Billy Mitchell had numerous public performances of extremely good Donkey Kong runs. He knew all the ins and outs of the game. Billy Mitchell was, indisputably, an expert at the game of Donkey Kong. Why would an expert bother to cheat?Ignaz Semmelweis was called a fraud because he defied the experts. Billy Mitchell was called the real deal because he was an expert. By most definitions, all these experts are experts. Why did expertise choose the wrong side of history both times?That's easy. They're all people. And being an expert doesn't cure you of common reasoning errors- in fact, it can teach you all-new ones.The doctors weren't just guided by simple egotism, although that was definitely a factor. No, they fell into something that sociologists have begun to call “the expertise paradox.” Specialists in a field- including the very best in their fields- inevitably develop tunnel vision. Hyper-specialization in a field or an industry begins to close them off to outside knowledge. To a man with a hammer, every problem is a nail: to a man with a prestigious medical degree in 1830, microbiology looks like magical bullshit. Innovation rarely grows from within a rigid institution, much less its tenured experts: hell, Donkey Kong, a groundbreaking arcade game that revitalized and revolutionized video games, didn't come from the established pioneers at Atari. It was made by upstart toy company Nintendo, and wasn't even designed by a professional coder- it was created by Shigeru Miyamoto, an aspiring cartoonist. In all trades, in all workplaces, and at every age, cross-training and cross-disciplinary learning is vital. The best discoveries come from those who are hungry to learn, not those who sit soaking in what they have learned.Hunger to learn versus hunger to be learned can be seen in every technical field- if you went to college for a specialized subject you've seen it. There are the masters who can recite every equation, muscle group, and atomic mass- the rote learners. And then there are the masters who dig into comprehension and mechanisms- the ones that can derive the equations, visualize the function of each muscle group, and see how the atomic weight informs the material properties. Expert decision-making can easily degenerate into fast-thinking repetition from muscle memory. The chess master Herbert Simon criticized the glorification of expert intuition when he said: QUOTE “The situation has provided a cue; this cue has given the expert access to information stored in memory, and the information provides the answer. Intuition is nothing more and nothing less than recognition.” END QUOTESemmelweis wanted more than memorizing and reciting answers: he wanted to understand. He experimented and extrapolated and went wherever it took him. At the end of the day he was a scientist first and a doctor second- and many of his colleagues were barely doctors at all.So what of Billy Mitchell's grand defense? Why would an expert cheat?Because experts are the most effective cheaters. In any competitive arena, the most successful cheats and cons are inevitably done by the ones that best know the craft. Gaming speed-runner and historian Karl Jobst put it best;QUOTE “You might think that having the talent to achieve a world record would make someone less susceptible to cheating, but it often works against them.” “They feel like they deserve the world record, and when the game they play doesn't give them the luck they need, they become increasingly frustrated. On top of this, having talent and deep knowledge of a game makes you a better cheater. You know what tools to use and how to hide your edits. You understand what does or doesn't make sense, what is or isn't possible, and what's believable. When top players cheat, it's almost always detected by other top players looking much deeper than a normal spectator might.”“The fact that better players make better cheaters means that arguments such as ‘he's such a good player, he has no reason to cheat' are fundamentally flawed.” END QUOTEThe incentive to prove and protect your expertise can undermine it in an instant. Billy Mitchell was routinely within spitting distance of the world record, so he employed his expertise to just take it. The fact that he could have theoretically done it for real was all the justification he needed. Semmelweis' peers worked too hard to get where they were to let an upstart with wild ideas make them feel inferior. They were doctors- to think they were making people ill was an insult to their entire identities. Experts are hugely important- vital, even, to all of society. But their self-perception and public perception can lead them down dangerous paths: experts are not inherently geniuses, and, like any human being, they are not perfect or infallible. The best experts are constantly looking to expand their understanding, and the worst are constantly trying to prove their worth. Both kinds will make mistakes, but only the former will admit to them and learn from them. Every human being has a range of their own expertise and must govern themselves similarly: respect the limits of your own knowledge, be grateful to those who can fill in the gaps, and don't put anyone on a pedestal… especially yourself.Thanks for listening. As usual I'd like to remind you that all of my illustrious job titles come with the prefix “armchair”; if you're an expert, and you're hearing me get it wrong, I'd like to hear from you.-This episode was written, performed and edited by George Frankly with additional production support by Adam B. Levine. Our theme song comes courtesy of Jared Rubens and this episodes album art features a photograph provided by Kelly Sikkema/Unsplash, modified by Speaking of Bitcoin. Have any questions or comments? Send Adam an email at adam@speakingofbitcoin.showSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 47 - DERBY PREVIEW, Perth's GF bid, Margett's goodbye and round 22 tips

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 72:06


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. In this episode, Duff, Quarters and Skeet discuss: The growing pressure on David Teague (1.00) AFL add four sides to the AFLW (10.00) How realistic is Perth's GF bid? (17.00) Round 22 tips (28.00) Dean Margetts bids farewell to WA footy fans (42.00) Western DERBY PREVIEW (48.00) MAILBAG - (1.00.00) Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Scotty Talks Philly Sports
Trending for 4 Quarters: Eagles Camp update w/ Football Kelly and an NFC East check in on the Giants w/Justin Connery and Marc Saulino

Scotty Talks Philly Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 71:04


Trending for 4 Quarters: Eagles Camp update w/ Football Kelly and an NFC East check in on the Giants w/Justin Connery and Marc Saulino-We are joined by Football Kelly the host of The Kelly Green show on Eagles Unfiltered... talking her outlook on camp so far and her expectations for Nick Sirianni and Jalen Hurts-We will also answer some fan questions-Then we begin our NFC East breakdown series with a look at the Giants-Marc Saulino, CEO of Statement Games, and Giants Blogger Justin Connery join the show to give us first hand accounts on the Giants offseason, their outlook in 2021, and their opinions on the Eagles upcoming season!

Hidden Gems Movie Podcast
One Hit Wonders!

Hidden Gems Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 92:26


And we are back! Sorry for the wait. In an episode that is sure to be controversial, Sam and Steve discuss directors who only made one good movie in their careers. They chose King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters, and The Thing!

First Encounter
Out of Quarters presents Bastion Ep.1: A Beginning After The End

First Encounter

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 36:09


Today's bonus episode is brought to you by Out of Quarters, an audio only let's play podcast in which Ryan tackles video games with only a single chance at making it through! When you finish listening here, continue their journey through Bastion at Anchor.fm/Out-of-Quarters or wherever you prefer your podcasts!

Inside Running Podcast
197: Tokyo Olympics Week 2

Inside Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 124:23


197: Tokyo Olympics Week 2 This week is sponsored by New Balance, where the boys will review the newly released Vongo v5 at the end of the episode. Brad gets through a rare patch of dry weather in Canberra and back into Deek's Quarters. Julian grinds through his biggest week of mileage with Nipsey Hussel, then left beaming after Ellie's run in Sapporo. Brady puts in a big mileage in anticipation of race week before lockdown strikes again. Peter Bol, with the nation behind him, came 4th place in the Men's 800m after a brave performance where he led from the front for most of the race. Men's 800m Final Result https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/de-grasse-supreme-peter-bol-a-magnificent-4th-and-gen-gregson-heartbreak-plus-hall-hull-mixing-it-with-the-best/  Men's 1500m Oli Hoare ran 3:36.09 and Stewy McSweyn 3:36.39 to progress in their first-round heats, while Jye Edwards avoided a collision in a slower paced heat to finish with a 3:42.62. Both Stewy and Oli advanced into the final, where Stewy McSweyn took the lead and gave himself every chance until the final lap where he was caught and passed by the field, finishing seventh overall while Oli finished eleventh. Men's 1500m Final Result https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/day-9-evening-session-our-high-jump-girl-wins-silver-hassan-wins-the-double-javelin-upset-ingebrigtsen-incredible-and-aussies-give-it-a-red-hot-go-in-1500m-relays-round-off-a-great-night/  Dave McNeill in the Men's 5000m ran 13:39.97, just missing out the final based on placing, while Morgan McDonald's 13.37.36 for him missed the final based on times. Pat Tiernan withdrew, unable to recover from the 10000m. Men's 5000m Heat 1 (Dave McNeill) Men's 5000m Heat 2 (Morgan McDonald) On her birthday, Gen Gregson in the 3000m Steeplechase Final had an unfortunate fall at the final water barrier where she ruptured her achilles and was unable to finish the race. Women's Steeplechase Final Result https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/chemutai-wins-steeple-becoming-ugandas-first-women-olympic-champion/  Jessica Hull set a new National Record of 3:58.81 in the Women's 1500m to advance into the Final, while the previous record holder Linden Hall placed third in her heat to also advance. In the final Linden overcame being boxed in early to finish 6th with a PB of 3:59.01, with Jess placing 11th in a deep field. Women's 1500m Final Result https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/you-gotta-have-faith/  Sifan Hassan unleashed a strong kick in Women's 10000m Final over the top of Bahrain's Kalkidan Gezahegne and world record holder in the event to not only win the final but also to complete a rare treble in to medal in the 1500m and 5000m as well. Women's 10000m Final Result Women's marathon Sinead Diver ran strongly to place 10th with a time of 2:31:14 in humid conditions. Ellie Pashley 2:33:39 23rd ran along with Lisa Weightman 2:34:19 26th. Peres Chepchirchir of Kenya won the race over teammate Brigid Kosgei with previous IRP guest Molly Seidel of the USA taking the bronze medal. Women's Marathon Result https://www.instagram.com/p/CSWZVeqnC9Q/  In the men's Marathon Liam Adams was our top runner, bettering his result from Rio coming 24th place 2:15:51. Brett Robinson had a hard race in humid conditions to run a time of 2:24:04 for 66th place, while Jack Rayner withdrew in the early stages citing a femoral stress fracture affecting his training. Eliud Kipchoge dominated from 30km onwards to better his time from Rio to take back-to-back gold medals in 2:08:38, while Abdi Nageye of the Netherlands and Bashir Abdi of Belgium rounded out the minor placings. Men's Marathon Result https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/kipchoge-writes-another-chapter-of-his-legendary-story/  Caitlin Adams sets a new parkrun world record as Team Tempo turn it up at Lochiel parkrun. parkrun Press Release The boys summarise the Olympics with their standout performances of the games before reviewing the newly released New Balance Vongo v5, before Moose goes Loose on commentators glossing over Liam Adams and Brett Robinson's performance in tough marathon conditions. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/ Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
WESTERN HUDDLE | Wishy-Washy Freo, Bizarre Quarters & The WCE Dartboard Theory

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 16:25


The footy podcast for the teams out West. As Finals footy gets ever closer, Fordy and Tommy look back at the week from a Freo & Eagles' fan perspective. 00.30 – The longest quarter in AFL history? 1.20 - Dennis Cometti awards the game to Melbourne 2.27 – WCE ticker 4.19 – The WCE dart board theory 6.20 – Wishy Washy freo 6.50 – Nathan Wilson must depart the club 9.11 – Freo's scoring fire power 10.10 – Hill's lap of honour & Cerra's final freo performance? 12.26 – Unproven footy theories: Mundy's 2023 career move & mid-year trades See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 46 - Thunderstruck Eagles, Kennedy's future, Hill's retirement and much more

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 66:25


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. In this episode, Duff, Quarters and Skeet discuss: Thunder at Optus Stadium - 1.00 Josh Kennedy's future - 7.00 Fremantle and Andy Brayshaw's hit 14.00 Stephen Hill retirement - 22.00 Top eight to finish the season - 34.00 MAILBAG - 50.00 Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2021 - 45 - Venables' retirement, round 21 tips, Bolton re-signs and Optus double header

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 61:18


Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sport editor of The Sunday Times and Mark Readings is an AFL and Olympic caller for Channel 7 and 6PR, with their powers combined they make Duff and Quarters, the footy podcast for the pragmatic & passionate fan. In this episode, Duff, Quarters and Skeet discuss: Grand final call following another COVID setback (3.00) Bolton re-signs, Cerra chat continues. (7.00) Round 21 tips - (11.00) Daniel Venables retirement from West Coast (22.00) Fremantle v Brisbane (34.00) West Coast v Melbourne (39.00) MAILBAG (50.00) Send your mailbags through to josh.garlepp@wanews.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Product Entrepreneur Podcast
Episode 17: Going From Invisible to Visible

The Product Entrepreneur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 31:35


Maureen and Marketing Expert Nicole share how to use organic traffic and ads to grow your business reach, the importance of strategizing a year in advance, growing your reach during Quarters 1-3 to leverage for Quarter 4, and the challenges of entrepreneurship.   Subscribe and rate our podcast on iTunes here (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-product-entrepreneur-podcast/id1534055172). Android users can subscribe and rate our podcast on Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/2Z3hz5HEyaDebUWY4rHCSn?si=cWsFg2IZQ3i-v3z0bxbkfA). Join our incredible community - Product Entrepreneurs Who Scale (https://www.facebook.com/groups/ProductProfitLab) Book a Brand Growth Strategy Call with Maureen (https://startwardconsulting.as.me/growth-strategy-call)