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Eat The Damn Cake
Episode 78 - BIG BIG ENERGY

Eat The Damn Cake

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 42:22


Carly and Maddie dive into the pros and cons of energy drinks this week and how they can affect your exercise. They also catch you up on their lives and tease a special Eat The Damn Cake event this summer!!

JePodcast
JePodcast EP 39: One month countdown to CEO 2022, upcoming events, my first F1 race experience and more!

JePodcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 28:17


Catching up with all of you on the last few months getting ready to CEO 2022 in Daytona Beach, FL on June 24-26. My upcoming travel/event schedule as events return all at once, checking out the F1 Race in Miami thanks to Red Bull and my new Origin PC setup. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jepodcast/support

Out of Bounds Podcast
Out Of Bounds – E202 – Hannah Bergemann Talks RedBull Formation & More

Out of Bounds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 45:19


Hey y'all! Thanks for tuning into the podcast —> If you're not subscribed to the YouTube, you can do that here & WATCH Hannah's interview.   Follow Hannah on the ‘gram at @hannahbergemann Red Bull Formation – https://www.redbull.com/us-en/events/red-bull-formation Dark Fest – https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JcpTg7uMblw&vl=en Hangtime – https://www.vitalmtb.com/videos/member/Blasting-Blue-Steel-HANGTIME-Jam-Session,39237/BHowell,45918   Sponsors: Thank you to [...] The post Out Of Bounds – E202 – Hannah Bergemann Talks RedBull Formation & More appeared first on Out Of Collective.

PR Racing Sports
QUE PASO CON FERRARI Y RED BULL EN EL GP F1 EN ESPAÑA?

PR Racing Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 18:19


Saludos corillo! En el episodio de hoy hablamos sobre las expresiones de Kevin Magnussen y hablamos sobre qué ocurrió con el monoplaza de Leclerc y el DRS de Max Verstappen. instagram ANANI: @ananipr shop www.prracingsports.com patreon.com/prracingsports --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prracingsports/support

F1 Nation
Red Bull reign in Spain - Spanish GP review ft. Christian Horner + Carlos Sainz Snr

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 42:37


The Spanish Grand Prix was an old-school, drama-filled fiesta. Charles Leclerc led the race early on, until unreliability struck his Ferrari, which left Max Verstappen to take his fourth win of the year. But it was far from easy for Max: his race included a spin, a DRS failure and a breathtaking battle for the lead with George Russell. You read that right: Merc were back in Barca! Russell took the final podium place behind Sergio Perez in the second Red Bull. Tom Clarkson is joined by Alex Wurz, three time finisher in F1 and two-time winner of Le Mans, and Natalie Pinkham to assess the drama that unfolded over 66 laps. This week's guest line up includes Red Bull's Christian Horner and Adrian Newey, Mercedes' chief engineer Andrew Shovlin, Pirelli boss Mario Isola, Ferrari test driver Marc Gené and Carlos Sainz Snr.  This episode is sponsored by:  F1 Manager: Launching on PC, PlayStation and Xbox, Summer 2022. Visit F1manager.com to Wishlist the game on your platform of choice and follow @F1Manager on Twitter to stay up to speed Calm: Go to calm.com/nation for 40% off unlimited access to Calm's entire library

Track Talk
DRAMA in Barcelona - Spanish Grand Prix Review

Track Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 92:45


The Track Talk trio are back to take you through what was actually an enjoyable Spanish GP. It was heartbreak for Charles Leclerc who was denied a certain victory after his power unit failed. Max Verstappen was on hand to take his third race victory in a row and the lead of the drivers' standings, but it wasn't without controversy after Red Bull instructed Sergio Perez to let his teammate through. There was action through the field, and we take you through all of it, including a clash between Kevin Magnussen and Lewis Hamilton. As always, we give out our prestigious awards for all the action this weekend with the usual debates and hot takes.

Formula Latina
Ep. 85 - ¿Revancha para Leclerc y Checo en Monaco?

Formula Latina

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 62:15


El Gran Premio de España nos regaló una carrera bastante entretenida y nos dio mucho de hablar en este episodio. Mercedes ha dado un paso firme en la mejora del W13 y ha colocado a George Russell en la pelea con los Red Bull. Hablando de toros, expusimos nuestro punto de vista sobre las ordenes de equipo en Red Bull en la cual no se le permitió a Checo Pérez luchar por la victoria. Los problemas de motor de Charles Leclerc le abrieron la puerta a Red Bull y Max Verstappen para colocarse primeros en ambos campeonatos, pero la revancha podría llegar muy pronto, esta semana en Mónaco. Conoce al ganador del giveaway de Edasi. Comparte la pasión por la pista con tus seres queridos. http://www.edasi.com ✅ Suscríbete: https://www.youtube.com/formulalatina/UCSGiYB5I3n3Rxnp2ypFs0fw?sub_confirmation=1

Beyond the Ordinary
Nims Purja – The Nepalese mountaineer who breaks boundaries for a living

Beyond the Ordinary

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 17:12


Nepal-born Nirmal ‘Nims' Purja is the first Gurkha to serve in the United Kingdom Special Forces. After 10 years of service he decided to give everything up to climb all the world's 14 peaks over 8,000m in seven months – the last person who achieved the feat took seven years. Hear his story, in his own words, about his humble beginnings and his big dreams.This long read from RedBull.com is written and read by Josh Sampiero.Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.

Out Lap F1 Podcast
S4 E17: Spanish GP Race Review

Out Lap F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 59:12


Join us this week as we recap round 6 of the 2022 F1 World Championship, the Spanish GP! From what started as a "Green Red Bull" controversy, to a Red Bull taking the win, we discuss it all! Was Red Bull right to use team orders, and what does LeClerc need to do to get back on track? We dive into each of these questions and answer some others as well! Chat with James, Jon, Andy, and Deanna on Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, and Discord @outlapf1podcast. E-mail us at chatnow@outlapf1.com and check out our website at www.outlapf1.com. Also be sure to subscribe to the Relapped YouTube channel hosted by Deanna. Donate to the podcast at https://anchor.fm/outlapf1/support. This episode is also sponsored by Manscaped - Use code OUTLAP to get 20% off and free shipping on Manscaped.com

The Race F1 Podcast
Spanish Grand Prix 2022 review

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 70:37


Scott Mitchell and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to discuss a dramatic Spanish Grand Prix, with title rivals Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen again lining up on the front row for Ferrari and Red Bull. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click here.  Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube For F1 news, analysis and must-read features visit the-race.com Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show

Lito Cavalcanti
Análise do GP da Espanha - com Sérgio Siverly

Lito Cavalcanti

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 65:39


Lito Cavalcanti e Sérgio Siverly trazem as primeiras conclusões da vitória de Max Verstappen e seu Red Bull na prova de Barcelona

Bros Motorsport
Reaction Time #10 GP Cataluña, España

Bros Motorsport

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 24:39


Reaccionamos a los resultados de GP en Cataluña España 2022

The Late Braking F1 Podcast
2022 Spanish GP Review

The Late Braking F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 75:15


Sam, Ben and Harry review an eventful Spanish GP, where Max Verstappen took victory despite a trip through the gravel. The boys discuss Carlos Sainz' performance, team orders at Red Bull and the Mercedes comeback. They also review their bold predictions and give their verdict on Best and Worst Driver of the Day. JOIN our Discord: https://discord.gg/dQJdu2SbAm SUPPORT our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latebraking TWEET us @LBraking BUY our merch: https://late-braking-f1-podcast.creator-spring.com/ SUBSCRIBE to our podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WTF1 Podcast
Reaction to Spanish GP Qualifying

WTF1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 34:28


It's another Leclerc/Verstappen front-row as Charles took his 13th career pole position. There were more reliability concerns for Red Bull, Mercedes could be back in the mix and Aston Martin's controversial new upgrades didn't even get them out of Q1. Join us for another post-quali reaction. Beer 52: http://beer52.com/wtf1 Manscaped: https://www.manscaped.com/ [Use the code WTF1]

Chequered Flag Formula 1
Spanish Grand Prix preview

Chequered Flag Formula 1

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 26:42


Jennie and the team look ahead to the race this weekend. They hear from Red Bull boss Christian Horner who has accused Aston Martin of copying their car design. And the team debate whether Mercedes have finally sorted out their problems.

WTF1 Podcast
Green Red Bulls, improved Mercs and red hair at Williams

WTF1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 22:37


There's been upgrades galore in Spain so we're back for another podcast to discuss what's been going on in the F1 world. Aston Martin have caused controversy with their new car, Mercedes could be back (again) and we saw two newbies make their F1 weekend debuts in FP1.

MLS Today (Official Podcast)
Mega MLS Weekend Preview on MLS Today with Gass and friends!

MLS Today (Official Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 56:17


Another weekend of Major League Soccer action to preview on MLS Today! Jordan Angeli in her usual role to break down all of Saturday's action. Michael Lahoud stops by to talk Austin FC and their big weekend match against Orlando City. Plus, for Red Bulls legend Conner Lade stop by to go over the state of the Red Bulls! 

Old School Lane
In Search of the Crystal Skull Episode 15: The Last Unicorn

Old School Lane

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 32:29


In this episode of In Search of the Crystal Skull, Patricia and Arun continue with Fantasy Month with the 1982 animated film adaptation of The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle produced by Rankin/Bass and Topcraft. A unicorn is informed that she is the last of her kind when a red bull summoned by a king named Haggard had kidnapped them and lured them to the ends of the earth. The unicorn journeys into the forest to look for the Red Bull when she is captured by a witch named Mommy Fortuna. She is rescued by a wizard named Schmendrick and together with the wife of a group of passengers named Molly, they meet up with King Haggard and his son Prince Lir to find the other unicorns. But things get even more tricky when Schmendrick turns the unicorn into a woman, she slowly forgets that she is a unicorn, and falls in love with Prince Lir. When the film came out in theaters, it was praised for its animation, scary moments, fun adventurous tone, and its mysterious appeal. It has since become a cult classic and is currently rated as 73% on Rotten Tomatoes. This is the first time Patricia and Arun are watching the film. Will they enjoy it as much as its dedicated fans? Listen and find out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/old-school-lane/support

l8nightwithchoccy's podcast
A conversation with Vipe "VIPESTER" Desai #2

l8nightwithchoccy's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 115:59


The second sit down with the BOMBAY BOARD MEMBER Vipe "VIPESTER" DesaiSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Rich Zeoli
The U.S. Must Say No to Worth Health's Pandemic Treaty and Keep Its Sovereignty (Full Zeoli Show 05-20-22)

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 194:29


6:04-NEWS 6:10-Voting against $40 billion in aid to Ukraine doesn't mean you're pro-Russia  6:40-Is an elephant a person?  6:51-Netflix scraps woke projects  7:04-NEWS 7:10-NPR sets up a "snitch hotline" for violations to their mask guidelines  7:25- Another spin-off "Yellowstone" is coming  7:30-Biological female skateboarder speaks out against Red Bull for allowing transgender a female who ended up winning the competition.  7:45- CUT SHEET | The Late Show With Stephen Colbert welcomes Secretary of State Tony Blinken on the show | Biden's weird analogy for Sweden and Finland wanting to join NATO | Pelosi says she's happy with Biden's response to the formula shortage | FDA Commissioner says it will be a few weeks before the supply is back up | Senator Gillibrand blames corporate greed for the baby formula shortage |  8:07-People are getting monkey-pox  8:23-NEWS 8:35-Biden Administration and other governments are preparing to enter a "Global Pandemic" treaty with the World Health Organization.  9:04-NEWS 9:08- Update on the U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania for a Republican nominee  9:12-Senator Tom Massie is the lone vote against a censorship bill   9:42-CUT SHEET | All 50 states have surpassed an average of $4/gallon of gas | CNN's feature on the insane gas price rises | Interior Secretary won't say if gas prices are too high when asked during hearing | She also couldn't explain the decision to shut down oil production | Expect gas prices to go up more | Pelosi believes abortion is a kitchen table issue  9:55-Final Thoughts 

Rich Zeoli
We're Still Weeks Away from Fixing the Formula Supply According to the FDA

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 55:39


7:04-NEWS 7:10-NPR sets up a "snitch hotline" for violations of their mask guidelines  7:25- Another spin-off "Yellowstone" is coming  7:30-Biological female skateboarder speaks out against Red Bull for allowing a transgender female to compete who ended up winning the competition.  7:45- CUT SHEET | The Late Show With Stephen Colbert welcomes Secretary of State Tony Blinken on the show | Biden's weird analogy for Sweden and Finland wanting to join NATO | Pelosi says she's happy with Biden's response to the formula shortage | FDA Commissioner says it will be a few weeks before the supply is back up | Senator Gillibrand blames corporate greed for the baby formula shortage |  Photo: Getty Images

l8nightwithchoccy's podcast
A conversation with Vipe 'VIPESTER" Desai #1

l8nightwithchoccy's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 143:43


Our guest this week is an Award-Winning Executive and Philanthropist with 3 Decades of experience. In the early 90's he bought a surf shop and created the H2O Winter Classic, a surf and snowboard contest. He helped create and launch Red Bull's Marketing Strategy in the US, and has helped numerous Brands, Boards, CEO's, and Political Campaigns as a strategist and advisor. As a founding member of the Business Alliance for Protecting the Pacific Ocean which represents over 7,500 businesses on the West Coast, he has been presented 3 certificates of Special Congressional Recognitions for protecting our Ocean and Coastal Communities. His influence and contribution to our industry, the community, and the planet is unprecedented. We are honored and welcome the guy who's put a whole new meaning to “a of quiver of Boards” Mr. Vipe “ VIPESTER“ DesaiSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Scuderia F1: Formula 1 podcast
Red Green Bull | F1 coming to the Big Apple? | Spanish GP Preview

Scuderia F1: Formula 1 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 99:24


And it's back to Formula 1 racing this week as we hit the track in Barcelona for the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix. It's also been a pretty busy week off the track with lots of news of all the upgrades the teams will be putting on the cars for the race this week, and that the new Aston Martin is looking a lot like the new Red Bull. We also preview the race and run down all the latest news from around the F1 world. All this and more on the podcast that is always up to speed with Formula 1! Check out The RaceWknd magazine here! Contact & Feedback: Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you enjoy podcasts Website: http://www.scuderiaf1pod.com Email: scuderiaf1pod@gmail.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ScuderiaF1Podcast Twitter: @ScuderiaF1Pod Facebook: Scuderia F1 Podcast To advertise on this show, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com/ScuderiaF1 or email Overtime@AdvertiseCast.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Seeing Red! The NY Soccer Roundup
Episode 493: Draws Away and Home, former Red Bull Lloyd Sam

Seeing Red! The NY Soccer Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 72:10


New York impresses with a draw at Philly, but has to fight back late to save a point against Chicago. Still in the Eastern dogpile, how can the Red Bulls pull away?  We welcome back former Red Bull and current Charlotte broadcaster Lloyd Sam! Support by: Get 20% OFF Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SEEINGRED at MANSCAPED.com! Athleticgreens.com | Betway

astroinsight's podcast
Astro-Insight for May 22-29, 2022

astroinsight's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 11:29


After a week of candor and revelations and huge power move, we're downing cases of spinach and Red Bull chasers and then....BAM.  Astro-Insight for May 22-29, 2022. Please do not forward w/o copyright notice intact, which is: Text & recording © ℗ Kathy Biehl 2022. Mercury retrograde guide Support this podcast   My Taurus/Scorpio eclipse talk  Working With Pluto visualization Listen to Celestial Compass on OM Times Radio Find out what this means for you! Bonus content at Patreon Instagram: @kabiehl Facebook: Empowerment Unlimited The Astro-Insight Lounge  Read my Uranus in Taurus guide Watch my talk about Saturn in Aquarius Listen to this podcast on your iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone. My podcast app host uses an app called The Podcast Source. You can download that app (and from it, my Astro-Insight app) from the Apple App Store  and from Google Play. You can also subscribe to my podcasts through Apple Podcasts (which have replaced iTunes) and get them delivered straight to your email box! Visit the astroinsight page to sign up. And please give them lots of stars! For the Windows Phone, go to the Windows App store and search for astroinsight.

¡Nadie Me Preguntó!
EP. #66 NMP SE | Red Bull NO quiere renovar a Checo? Las probabilidades…

¡Nadie Me Preguntó!

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 70:27


Pantuflitas y Papirrines, Su servilleta y el gran David Sanchez Olmos estamos de vuelta platicando de esta semana deportiva! Empezamos con la carrera que vimos este domingo de IndyCar que fue un gran espectáculo, pero no el mejor resultado para mi favorito Patricio O'Ward! También brincamos a F1 y platicamos de todas las transformaciones que estamos esperando ver en Barcelona de todos los equipos para esta temporada. Y para cerrar con broche de oro, nos vamos a la NFL donde discutimos el nuevo contrato de Tom Brady, si Drew Brees va a regresar a jugar de verdad y también platicamos de la mejor y la peor division en la NFT! Esto y más fue lo que Nadie Nos Pregunto - Sports Edition!

Good Morning Thailand
Good Morning Thailand - Episode 261

Good Morning Thailand

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 44:47


“Don't drink and vote” Alcohol ban this weekend | GMT Following Thailand's alcohol ban for the Buddhist holiday of Visakha Bucha Day, Pattaya and Bangkok dwellers can prepare for yet another alcohol ban coming just a week later! A popular Facebook page has posted a video and photos this week of black, dirty water flowing into Phuket Kamala Beach on the island's west coast. Thailand's public prosecution committee unanimously agreed to kick ex-general attorney Nate Naksuk out of the civil service for choosing not to indict the “Red Bull heir,” who killed a police officer in a hit-and-run incident back in 2012. For an amazing hotel experience and stay in Phuket visit Dewa Phuket Resort and Villas: https://www.dewaphuketresort.com/ To purchase Thaiger merchandise visit Thaiger Shop... https://thethaiger.com/shop/ BROWSE to read the latest news: https://thethaiger.com

Paddockast
Paddockast #148: O que está em jogo no GP da Espanha mais pesado dos últimos tempos

Paddockast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 53:32


O GP da Espanha costuma ser um dos mais esquecíveis do calendário da Fórmula 1. Só que, em 2022, a história pode ser diferente. É que a prova em Barcelona vai marcar a introdução de atualizações em quase todas as equipes e pode, de certa forma, direcionar a briga pelo título. Ainda que não seja uma corrida em um grande traçado, pode vir aí um momento fundamental para Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, Ferrari e Red Bull. Está tudo no podcast de Fórmula 1 do GRANDE PRÊMIO. O programa tem Gabriel Curty no comando, com Gabriel Carvalho e João Pedro Nascimento nos comentários, com produção de Pedro Prado e da Central 3.

Jim Beaver's Project Action
From the Vault: Ryan Dungey

Jim Beaver's Project Action

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 40:25


In this "From the Vault," Jim throws it back with supercross and motocross legend Ryan Dungey.

Off The Air
#197 The Circus Maximus

Off The Air

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 49:59


Dan and Noah wax nostalgic about the bygone days of... chariot racing? Also it's new Redbull season.Off The Air is a podcast hosted by 3 friends that mostly agree on things.Get a free audio book from audible! audibletrial.com/OffTheAir This podcast is also available on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and TuneIn for your convenience.The Podcastofftheairpodcast.comFacebook.com/OTAPodcastTwitter.com/TheOffTheAirPatreon.com/offtheairThe HostsNoahTwitter: @BubbadabadInstagram: @BubbadabadTwitch: BubbadabadDanTwitter: @Borntorule57Instagram: @Borntorule57Twitch: BorntoruleJacksonTwitter: @JacksoniummInstagram: @JacksoniummTumblr: Turning Point USATikTok: @jacksonium

Adaptabilia
Episode 20 - Nicole Surdyka: Why the "Window of Opportunity To Train" is Trash

Adaptabilia

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 80:40


Mason and Chris sat down with Nicole Surdyka to talk about her current role as the Lead Physio at the Red Bull Performance Center in Santa Monica, CA. We discuss  a variety of topics including: Nicole's career path, comparison's between working in professional women's soccer and working with athletes at Red Bull, injury risk reduction and early specialization, communication and education with athletes, why the “window of opportunity to train” is a poor excuse to perform passive treatments, and Nicole's goals for this year and for the upcoming years working with Red Bull. Nicole's Website: https://www.nicolesurdykaphysio.com/Nicole's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.nicolept/?hl=en

NUsport – De boordradio
'Eerste venijn tussen Red Bull en Ferrari is een feit' - S05E12

NUsport – De boordradio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 54:11


Gebroederlijk stonden Red Bull en Ferrari naast elkaar in de strijd tegen Mercedes, maar afgelopen week leek dat romantische huwelijk iets meer scheurtjes te krijgen. NU.nl-verslaggevers Joost Nederpelt, Ho-Pin Tung en Bas Scharwachter blikken in deze aflevering vooruit op de Grand Prix van Spanje en bespreken het eerste venijn tussen beide teams.Vragen?Voor vragen of opmerkingen over De Boordradio kan je ons altijd mailen op podcast@nu.nl of je kan reageren via NUjij of Twitter.Je kunt je ook gratis abonneren op de De Boordradio-podcast. Dat kan via Apple Podcasts, Spotify of jouw favoriete podcast-app.GP-spelDenk jij meer verstand van Formule 1 te hebben dan Joost, Patrick, Ho-Pin en Bas? Doe mee aan het het leukste GP-Managerspel van Nederland! Daag de mannen en de rest van de luisteraars uit in de subleague van De Boordradio.Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

PowerFall Project
Top 5 BRANDS that had IMPACT ! S2 E14, Coors Lite, Carmen Electra & Jardín!

PowerFall Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 68:55


Welcome to the PowerFall Project!We are known for our TOP 5 lists!  We discuss everything from top 5 movies, athletes, cars and sometimes venture into hypothetical lists such as top 5 things we'd want for the zombie apocalypse.A handsome, mild mannered, ex motocross, former fitness coach and media production entrepreneur...Nick Powers!A goof ball, former athlete, coach and serial entrepreneur...Addy Drip DaddyThis week:  Top 5 brands that had impact! Last week:  Top Real World Roommates!Next week:   Top 5 first time experiences!Also discussed:   Whiskey, Trader Joe's, Brendan Schaub, The Gringo Papi, South Park, Coors Lite, Michael Jordan, Costco, ESPN, HotWheels, RedBull, 4 Hour Work Week, Tim Ferriss, Jardín,  Barstool, Family Guy, Trader Joes, Coors Lite, Abercrombie, Uggs, Crocs, and Black Rifle Coffee. If you have an idea for a list you would like us to discuss, send us a message!Be sure to follow us on Instagram!>>> PowerFallProject

Lance Roberts' Real Investment Hour
Should You Buy What They're Selling?

Lance Roberts' Real Investment Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 47:54


(5/18/22) What misses by Amazon, Target, and WalMart are telling us about the state of the consumer, which is the backbone of the economy. Markets remain in a well-defined downtrend, but are working off an over-sold status. All the free money that came into the economy is gone--here comes the post-sugar rush crash. The part of Keynesian Economics that everyone misses; Why proprietary investment vehicles might not be a good idea: No transferability = highly illiquid. Inflation is a monetary phenomenon, not the Russians. What inventory problems at Target & WalMart are signaling; the brilliance of Container Store. SEG-1: Why Target Missed the Red Bull's Eye SEG-2: When Consumers Come Down from Their Sugar Rush SEG-3: The Problem w Propriety Investment Products SEG-4: The Monetary Phenomenon of Inflation Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, and Senior Advisor, Danny Ratliff, CFA -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMA8HHyMwdI&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Is the Reflex Rally Over?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQV7948NgeQ&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 -------- Our previous show, "The Year of Shortages & High Inflation," is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhJdOkKpejc&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1&t=2638s -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/the-disinflationary-impact-of-fed-policy-on-equities/ https://realinvestmentadvice.com/sugar-rush-why-the-economy-will-run-hot-then-crash/ -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #EarningsMisses #Target #WalMart #Amazon #GasolinePrices #Shortages #Inflation #Disinflation #FederalReserve #Markets #Money #Investing

The Real Investment Show Podcast
Should You Buy What They're Selling?

The Real Investment Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 47:55


(5/18/22) What misses by Amazon, Target, and WalMart are telling us about the state of the consumer, which is the backbone of the economy. Markets remain in a well-defined downtrend, but are working off an over-sold status. All the free money that came into the economy is gone--here comes the post-sugar rush crash. The part of Keynesian Economics that everyone misses; Why proprietary investment vehicles might not be a good idea: No transferability = highly illiquid. Inflation is a monetary phenomenon, not the Russians. What inventory problems at Target & WalMart are signaling; the brilliance of Container Store. SEG-1: Why Target Missed the Red Bull's Eye SEG-2: When Consumers Come Down from Their Sugar Rush SEG-3: The Problem w Propriety Investment Products SEG-4: The Monetary Phenomenon of Inflation Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, and Senior Advisor, Danny Ratliff, CFA -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMA8HHyMwdI&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Is the Reflex Rally Over?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQV7948NgeQ&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 -------- Our previous show, "The Year of Shortages & High Inflation," is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhJdOkKpejc&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1&t=2638s -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/the-disinflationary-impact-of-fed-policy-on-equities/ https://realinvestmentadvice.com/sugar-rush-why-the-economy-will-run-hot-then-crash/ -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #EarningsMisses #Target #WalMart #Amazon #GasolinePrices #Shortages #Inflation #Disinflation #FederalReserve #Markets #Money #Investing

Woke Wasted
Stop Controlling & Be More Authentic

Woke Wasted

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 33:45


Ask Us A Question and we'll answer on air - TAP HERE TO ASKEpisode HighlightsNeil drank 3 rockstars a day & childhood Zach stayed up for 3 days after Redbull 3:41Neil's current intentions around having fun in the mundane & “being” from the soul 9:05Catching yourself when you're inauthentic 14:00Is extroversion or introversion actually a learned response? 22:47Caffeine converts feminine yin into masculine yang 29:41The masculine feminine balance of the chakras 31:03Check Us OutZach  @justzachkaufmanGet a reading w/ Zach by emailing - zelikaufman125@gmail.comNeil  @neildisyGet a reading or mentorship w/ Neil at  www.neildisy.comContactHeartsoulhuman@gmail.comCreditsMusic-Max Van Soest @ max_fly5

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de
Systemupdate F1 22.2.0 steht bereit!

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 61:35


ExpressVPN ist Sponsor dieser Folge. Wenn du also wie ich auf kein Rennen der Saison 2022 verzichten möchtest, dann hol dir jetzt ExpressVPN. Als Hörer:in meines Podcasts bekommst du auf dein Jahresabo noch 3 Monate kostenlos oben drauf. Gehe dazu einfach auf expressvpn.com/STARTINGGRID. Der echte Europaauftakt der Formel 1 steht am Wochenende vor den Toren Barcelonas auf dem Programm. Auf einer der sogenannten "Referenzstrecken" messen sich die F1-Piloten, dem Circuit Barcelona-Catalunya. In unserer knackigen Vorschau auf das Rennwochenende bei bestem Wetter bringen wir euch up to date, was die Teams so an Updates mitbringen. Kevin Scheuren hat dafür mit Sophie Affeldt und Ruben Zimmermann vom Motorsport Network Germany gesprochen, dessen Facebook-Seite ihr jetzt auch abonnieren könnt. Ferrari in der Bringschuld In der Entwicklungshistorie hat das Team aus Maranello nicht immer für positive Schlagzeilen gesorgt. Zum ersten großen Wurf in Sachen Updates will Ferrari aber wohl an diesem Wochenende ansetzen. Es wird Zeit, denn Red Bull ist kurz davor wieder an die Spitze zu fahren. An welchen Stellschrauben man bei Ferrari dreht, um bspw. das Porpoising in den Griff zu kriegen wissen wir natürlich nicht. Trotzdem stellt sich auch die Frage nach dem Geld, denn alle Teams müssen sich als Budget Cap halten. Keine leichte Aufgabe, die man auch bei Red Bull lösen muss. Es wird spannend! Zeit für ein B-Auto in British Racing Green? Bei Sebastian Vettel ist die Hoffnung sicher groß, dass sein Aston Martin-Team beim Spanien GP ein rundum erneuertes Auto an den Start bringen kann. Das sogenannte B-Auto soll die Wende schaffen. Die Frage ist dann nur, ob lediglich Lance Stroll in den Genuss dieses neuen Autos kommt oder Vettel selber auch profitiert. Klar ist, es muss was passieren, sonst rennt Aston Martin die ganze Saison weg. Wird das Update in Barcelona für den Aufschwung sorgen können? Den wünscht man sich auch dringend bei Mercedes. Der Weltmeister ist zwar schnell, aber hüpft zu viel. Um das zu kontrollieren, könnte man zum konservativen Seitenkastenkonzept von den Testfahrten im März zurückkehren. Aber macht man das? Will man das? Updateschlacht im Mittelfeld oder Vertrauen in alte Versionen? Alfa Romeo bringt was mit, Alpine auch, aber was machen McLaren und AlphaTauri? Nicht jedes Team lässt sich vor dem Wochenende in der spanischen Hitze in die Karten schauen, ob sie Updates in den LKWs haben oder nicht. Bei Alpine kommt noch die Frage dazu, ob Fernando Alonso auch 2023 noch fährt oder von Oscar Piastri ersetzt wird? Im Juli soll es dazu eine Entscheidung geben, aber wir sprechen heute mal drüber. Für Haas und Williams gibts wohl keine Updates, beide Teams sind nicht gerade auf finanziellen Rosen gebettet. Wohin kann es aber trotzdem gehen beim Großen Preis von Spanien? Besonders auf Alexander Albon schauen wir in diesen Tagen mal, denn der will auch im Qualifying mal für eine gute Startposition sorgen um vielleicht noch mehr Punkte einzuheimsen. Wir wünschen euch viel Spaß mit unserer neuen Ausgabe und freuen uns auf Rückmeldungen! Euer Feedback ist uns wichtig Schickt uns gerne für die nächsten Sendungen eure WhatsApp-Sprachnachricht an folgende Nummer: +49 331 298 50 28 GANZ WICHTIG: bitte sendet an diese Nummer NUR SPRACHNACHRICHTEN ein und beginnt eure Sprachnachricht mit den Worten STARTING GRID und eurem Namen, damit das zugeordnet werden kann! Bitte haltet die Sprachnachrichten bei maximal 1:30 Minute, danke euch. Ihr könnt uns über verschiedene Kanäle erreichen und mich anderen F1-Fans in Verbindung bleiben: Instagram Facebook-Seite Facebook-Gruppe Twitter  Telegram-Gruppe Mail YouTube Kicktipp Sehr gerne würden wir auch eure Rezensionen auf iTunes lesen, bitte nehmt euch 3 Minuten Zeit für 5 Sterne und ein paar warme Worte, vielen Dank! Bewertet uns auch gerne bei Spotify! Keep Racing!

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 536 · Semana grande de la F1 en el GP de España

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 64:01


Para haceros fans sólo tenéis que pulsar el botón azul Apoyar en la página del podcast o en la App. Página del podcast en Ivoox: https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-tecnica-formula-1-podcast-f1_sq_f1361567_1.html ¡Muchas gracias a todos de corazón! ---------------------- El fin de semana próximo se presenta calentito en cuanto a competiciones de motor. Y dos de las más importantes se disputarán en la península ibérica: el GP de España de Fórmula 1 y el Rally de Portugal en el WRC. Los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos hablarán largo y tendido de lo que esperan de ambas competiciones, pero, sobre todo, del GP de casa para la mayoría de ellos. Mucho más contenido de lo habitual. Este fin de semana, además, coincide con la nueva iniciativa de los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 para ofrecer más y mejor contenido a sus seguidores. Así, esta semana no habrá tan sólo dos programas, sino que los seguidores más fieles - fans en Ivoox - tendrán varios contenidos más a lo largo de la semana, manteniéndose al día en este emocionante fin de semana. Una carrera clave desde el punto de vista técnico. El Gran Premio de España es una carrera clave desde el punto de vista técnico para la F1: todos los equipos, salvo Red Bull, han esperado hasta este momento para desplegar un arsenal de mejoras. Éste será el momento en el que Ferrari tendrá que mostrar lo que tiene para superar a los chicos de la bebida energética. Por otra parte, hay una pregunta en el aire y es el mejor momento para responderla: ¿podrá Mercedes revertir sus problemas técnicos para acercarse a sus dos grandes rivales? ¿O van a seguir toda la temporada en la parte media? Los chicos del Podcast nos contarán que esperan del Gran Premio de España, que ya estábamos todos deseando este año, así como nos destacarán las características técnicas del trazado, nos hablarán del setup del coche, las anécdotas y estadísticas históricas del GP de España y de cómo ven a los diferentes equipos. Los datos principales de un conocido circuito. Pirelli trae los neumáticos más duros de la gama, una elección bastante sencilla, la misma que el año pasado - eso sí, con nueva familia de neumáticos. Las exigencias del Circuit de Barcelona - Catalunya son muy conocidas, por las pruebas y carreras anteriores y, entre estas exigencias, destacan la larga curva número 3 y la 9, que ponen mucha energía sobre los neumáticos. Los equipos estuvieron ya en Barcelona con estos coches y estos neumáticos, pero fue en febrero, con condiciones meteorológicas mucho más frescas. Además, entonces los equipos se centraron en probar los compuestos medios del rango, y ahora trabajarán con los duros. Ahora mismo, sin embargo, se esperan temperaturas mucho más secas y cálidas, que sumarán aún más exigencias a los neumáticos. Por otra parte, los monoplazas que se probaron en febrero tenían especificaciones de lanzamiento, es decir, mucho más básicas. Ahora mismo los coches han avanzado considerablemente y va a ser interesante ver cuánto es realmente la mejora con las últimas actualizaciones. Una pista con poca evolución. Dado que el de Barcelona es un circuito muy usado (a lo que hay que sumar un gran número de competiciones de apoyo), se espera poca evolución de la pista durante el fin de semana. En cuanto a la pista, no ha cambiado en comparación con el año pasado, cuando se modificó la curva 10, aumentando ligeramente la longitud total del circuito. En resumen, según Mario Isola, responsable de Pirelli, los equipos tendrán una buena oportunidad para evaluar el progreso que han hecho desde principio de temporada, aunque las condiciones climáticas hayan cambiado. Por último, entre otros interesantes temas que se tocan en el programa, los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos darán su parecer sobre las noticias que insinúan que se va a eliminar la chicane y dejar una rapidísima curva final en el circuito de Montmeló. No olvidéis seguirnos en nuestra redes sociales donde tendréis información extra: Twitter: @PodcastTecnica / @RaulMolinaRecio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastTecnicaFormula1/ Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Formula Latina
Ep. 84 - ¿Quién pegará más fuerte con sus mejoras en Barcelona?

Formula Latina

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 52:47


La Fórmula Uno regresa a Europa, y vuelve a Barcelona, a la pista donde se prueban los autos por primera vez al inicio de temporada y el circuito de donde los equipos y pilotos tienen más información. Es por eso que es el lugar ideal para incorporar nuevas piezas en los autos buscando mejorar tiempos y rendimiento. Mercedes tiene una de las tareas más importantes y complicadas este fin de semana pues de su resultado decidirá si vuelven o no al modelo del W13 con el que probaron por primera vez, la versión del auto con pontones que no era rápido pero que era más estable que el actual. Ferrari por su parte también pretende tener una gran mejora en este fin de semana y seguir ampliando la ventaja sobre su más cercano rival, Red Bull, aunque los austriacos seguro que también contarán con cambios como el resto de la parrilla. ✅ Suscribe: https://www.youtube.com/formulalatina  ✅ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FormulaLatinaPodcast/  ✅ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Formula_Latina  ✅ Instagram: https://instagram.com/formulalatinapodcast  Únete a nuestra liga en GRIDRIVAL en este enlace: https://bit.ly/3HNQ19T

Les fous du volant
Verstappen vs Leclerc vu par Hélary, le gâchis Mercedes et Ferrari obligée de gagner

Les fous du volant

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 64:07


Avant le Grand Prix d'Espagne, les Fous du Volant accueillent l'ancien vainqueur des 24 Heures du Mans, Eric Hélary, pour évoquer la saison de F1 en cours. Du début d'exercice de Mercedes ("C'est un gâchis de voir Mercedes comme ça") à son avis sur Max Verstappen et Charles Leclerc ("On est sur du très lourd avec le Néerlandais"), Eric Hélary balaie l'actu du moment sans langue de bois.Dans la deuxième partie de l'émission (22:39), il est question des équipes du milieu de peloton : Mercedes, McLaren et Alpine. Que faut-il penser de ces écuries ? Stéphane Vrignaud et Gilles Della Posta font le point.Enfin dans la troisième partie (51:43), focus sur Red Bull et Ferrari qui se battent pour le titre depuis le début de la saison. Où en sont-elles ? Quel avenir pour les deux teams de pointe de 2022 ? On fait le tour. Bonne écoute !Ecoutez d'autres épisodes des Fous du Volant en vous abonnant sur Apple Podcasts.Vous pouvez réagir à cet épisode sur notre page Twitter.Retrouvez tous les podcasts d'Eurosport ici.Animation : Gilles Della Posta et Stéphane Vrignaud.Réalisation de l'émission et conception des visuels pour les extraits-vidéo à retrouver ici : Quentin Guichard et Hadrien Hiault Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Talkin' Schmit
Talkin' Schmit: MURILO PERES

Talkin' Schmit

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 114:45


Deep down in Brazil with Murilo Peres this week catching up and talking early days in Sao Paulo, meeting Pedro Barros, V, Marlon and the crew, coming to United States for the first time, Josh Borden and Omar Hassan stories, his compound with his company PUG, Red Bull event in Florianopolis, RTMF, inspo from Jake Phelps & P-Stone and much more. Always a pleasure Murilo, viva Brazil! --------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE NOW: https://bit.ly/2RYE75F --------------------------------------- FOLLOW Murilo: http://www.instagram.com/muriloperes --------------------------------------- DISTRIBUTORS THAT CARRY OUR SCHMIT: AWH SKATEBOARD DIST: http://awhsales.com TALKIN' SCHMIT SOFT GOODS IN JAPAN: https://www.instagram.com/underdogdistribution TALKIN' SCHMIT SOFT GOODS IN CANADA: https://www.instagram.com/platformdistribution --------------------------------------- INTRO MUSIC: "Mary's Cross" by Natur FIRST IMPRESSION: Omar Hassan CREDITS MUSIC: “Adirondack gate” by Shane Medanich CLOSING MONOLOGUE: Noelle Fiore EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Sharal Camisa INTERVIEW & EDITED: Greg "Schmitty" Smith If you want to help support the show, head over to https://www.talkinschmit.com/ and pick up some merchandise. There's also lots of photos, video and extras to help complement each interview. WEBSITE: https://talkinschmit.com/ YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/epiclytrife INSTAGRAM: @Talkin_Schmit FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TalkinSchmit/ --------------------------------------- SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS: BLOOD WIZARD (http://bloodwizard.com/) BLUE PLATE (http://www.blueplatesf.com/) --------------------------------------- CONTACT with comments or suggestions: TalkinSchmit@Gmail.com During these difficult times I encourage you to help your local skate shops, your favorite restaurants, friends and family. Be kind and give what you can to those that are in need. If you have good friends, tell them you love them while you still can. #skateboarding #podcast #TalkinSchmit #MuriloPeres #Brazil #Pug #HERPants --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/talkin-schmit/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkin-schmit/support

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast
Chewing Glass - T.J. Littlejohn

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:39


Chewing glass is what Solana developers do. Introducing the fifth episode in a new series on the Solana Podcast, Chewing Glass. Chase Barker (Developer Relations Lead at Solana Labs) talks shop with the most interesting builders in the Solana ecosystem. It's for devs, by devs.Today's guest is T.J. Littlejohn, the founder of MtnPay, which won 1st Prize in the Payments Track of the recent Riptide Hackathon. 01:30 - Origin Story and Background05:12 - MntDAO08:42 - Building with Solana12:04 - MntPay13:25 - The APIs15:43 - Winning at Riptide17:37 - From starting in Solana to winning 20:41 - Starting to build in Solana23:38 - Improving onboarding on Solana25:26 - The Developer ecosystem27:07 - Missing Tooling29:30 - Advice for newcomers DISCLAIMERThe information on this podcast is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only, without any express or implied warranty of any kind, including warranties of accuracy, completeness, or fitness for any particular purpose.The information contained in or provided from or through this podcast is not intended to be and does not constitute financial advice, investment advice, trading advice, or any other advice.The information on this podcast is general in nature and is not specific to you, the user or anyone else. You should not make any decision, financial, investment, trading or otherwise, based on any of the information presented on this podcast without undertaking independent due diligence and consultation with a professional broker or financial advisor. Chase (00:29):Hey everybody and welcome to Chewing Glass, the show where we talk to developers building in the Solana Ecosystem. Today we have with us, TJ LittleJohn. He is the founder of mtnPay, winner of the most recent Solana Hackathon Payments Track for Riptide. TJ, how's it going, man?TJ (00:55):Dude, it's going good. We're stoked to be here. Thanks for having me on.Chase (01:00):Yeah, man. You and I basically met, I feel like a few months ago when you were building some stuff for iOS. Basically some IDL stuff with Anchor and we were talking about potentially getting you some work going on and then next thing you know, a couple of things happen and here we are. But before we dive too much into that, let's hear a little introduction. I know a lot of people probably don't know a ton about you. Where'd you start your journey and how'd you end up here, building in the Solana Ecosystem?TJ (01:31):Yeah. Wow. For sure. Abridged version. So, I'm from Florida originally born and raised. Grew up in South Florida, went to school in Tallahassee, Florida State Granoles. Originally I was a big Math guy. Always wanted to do pure Math and trying to see how I could make a career out of that. Finance was an option. And so I was exploring that and someone told me I should learn to code. So, I started learning to code, from that found Hackathons, from that found iOS development. And just down the rabbit hole there. At a hackathon, I ended up securing an internship at Apple, which turned into a job. And then I spent four years there doing research and development and experience prototyping. And then about a year ago I decided I was done with that and I wanted to be in startups. And so I left, joined a startup. Five months after that I found Solana through some friends and I just noticed the point in time we were at. And I was just stoked. And so I quit and I just immediately started building.Chase (02:36):Wow. So you don't have a CS degree, you're self-taught programmer and landed an internship at Apple dealing on the development side of things?TJ (02:44):No, I do have a CS degree.Chase (02:46):Oh, you do?TJ (02:46):So, I did both. I did Math and CS, but the CS portion to me was the less interesting one. I loved pure Math. I thought it was so cool. CS was more of the necessity one. And then I thought it was cool when I started doing it. But I think I learned a lot more through just the apps I built outside of class. So, partially self-taught. Because that was the more important part, but my education was super important too.Chase (03:13):You have a CS degree, you ended up interning for Apple. You did that for how long was it again?TJ (03:20):It was four years.Chase (03:22):Four years. And you said research, were you actually doing development while you were there?TJ (03:26):Yeah, so we did data collection for new products. So think how face ID was trained on millions of images. We built the software to facilitate those user studies that captured the data to train the models, to enable face ID. So we were brought in super early product.Chase (03:44):Oh, so I mean, I guess that's a little more interesting, like somebody who's into Math, you're dealing with lots of data and information, or opposed to just writing a high level code or something like that.TJ (03:55):Not exactly. The Math thing, it's like pure Math. I don't do with data and numbers and processing. I just think pure Math is fucking cool. And when I have an itch about something, I just want to dive. And so, that was the Math thing for me. That was just pure. I love it and I think it taught me how to understand stuff, which I think I still, every now and then, I'll see, I have the power to do that, which is really cool. The thing with Apple was that it let me just hack on shit. I had month long projects and software efforts that, because I get bored really quick, which is a blessing and a curse. Historically. Apple just let me work on a project and then a month later I was working on something else.Chase (04:41):Yeah, we've had some conversations, like you said, you get bored really quick, it comes through a little bit in your personality. You get super excited about things and bounce around and that's why I like your energy, it's super crazy and incredible. So it's nice to have people so excited about these things and especially considering the fact of some of the more recent, great things that have happened. I want to really start this whole conversation outside of your past on where it all truly, truly began, which from what I understand was really mtnDAO. That's like, lit this whole fire off. I don't know if everybody knows about it and if they do, maybe not how great of a thing that it turned out to be. Maybe about Barrett and Edgar and what they set up and how it was and then how that whole month went for you, that led to this moment.TJ (05:31):So yeah, mtnDAO, for people that don't know was a month long hacker house in Salt Lake City, Utah, where people from all over just congregated and we spent a month working on whatever it is you want to work on, in this co-working space called The Shop. And like you said, Edgar and Barrett, they're actually the ones that got me into Solana. They were the first people to introduce me and they just threw this hack house to grow the ecosystem out of the kindness of their own hearts and love for co-working and developing and hacking. And so yeah, a bunch of us came through and we just were chilling in Utah. We'd go snowboarding on the weekends. We'd throw parties on Fridays and bring in people from around the City and just strips, just get after it.And that was the best part. We'd be working from like 10:00, 11:00 AM was when I would roll in till like 1:00, 2:00 in the morning, most days. And a good crew of people were always there doing that too. Maybe if you wanted to go grab dinner, you could and people would come back. But yeah, it was just a lot of incredibly focused work and a nice little crew formed out of that. And so I've seen a lot of the same mtnDAO folks at the next hacker houses and stuff, and that's always fun. And you just become friends with these people.Chase (06:51):Yeah, it seems like there was a lot of building going on. I'm not going to lie, I saw that notion that Edgar and Barrett, or I think it might have been Edgar, correct me if I'm wrong, put together this notion. And I was like, a Dev did this? Just because it was so organized and well put together. And then, those guys pretty much put this thing, from start to finish, got this thing going.TJ (07:09):Yeah. There was a lot of people that participated in the setup of it. I know Sam had a big part, Edgar and Barrett had a big part. A lot of those core Salt Lake City people were doing this stuff. But yeah. I mean, they took out the trash. There was, under the tables the first day, taping extension cords. So they, I mean, yeah, they did the stuff.Chase (07:28):Yeah. I talked to him in Miami and he was like, yeah, I have a room and an office that's filled with about a hundred monitors. I can't remember what it is at some point, but it looked like there was tons of building going on there. Whenever I see the community, they didn't really ask for permission. And a lot of people would say, why don't you bring a hacker house to our city or this or that? And the reality is, you don't need that. You have an idea, you execute, you make it known. And people are going to come there and you're probably going to likely get some sponsors to help you put it on because this is like an incubator. And obviously mtnPay came out of this, which is incredible. Let's talk a little bit about that. I'm pretty sure, maybe I'm wrong, is that Solana Pay, was it announced before you got to mtnDAO? Or was it announced while you were there?TJ (08:13):It was actually the same day. February 1st is when I rolled through.Chase (08:19):I was on a phone call with you actually, whenever you showed up, you remember that?TJ (08:22):Really?Chase (08:23):Yeah, you were like, I just got to mtnDAO. Yeah. We were...TJ (08:27):I probably called you from the airport. Yeah. I've been like--Chase (08:29):You did.TJ (08:30):Probably over-committing myself. And I remember we were talking about doing a possible grant or something for that IDL stuff. And I was like, just trying to not lose that. Not doing my end of it. You were like, TJ, if you just write a notion page on your idea, I can move it through. And I was like, ah, I don't know. I'm building. And yeah. So we never got through there, but yeah.Chase (08:55):Well, I think it worked out pretty well. So, you got there, Solana Pay's announced, and you were just like, okay, well I'm just going to build something with this.TJ (09:04):No, not at all.Chase (09:06):Okay.TJ (09:07):There was two funny touch points with Solana Pay that got me rolling. The first one was, I hopped out of mtnDAO to go to the LA hacker house for a two day stint, because I was working with these people. And then as I was about to leave, I remember my friend Greg from Solana News was like, I missed the news cycle on Solana Pay. They must have had insider information, that was a couple of days after it was announced. And I was like, what do you mean, dude? It's been going on. He's like, what? I'm like, yeah. Are you not on Twitter? Do you not see this stuff? So, that was funny.And so, that had top of mind a little bit, but the idea for mtnPay, it was Friday night, it was the night of the first party we were having, we had parties every Friday or Saturday. And I was grabbing a Red Bull from, they had this self-service checkout kiosk, as I do. I just consume just stupid amounts of Red Bull. And I was buying another one and you pay through square, tap your phone. I don't know. I just had a random idea that it was like, yo, wouldn't it be hilarious if we rebuilt this self checkout experience and then just added the Solana Pay stuff, because we're all Solana people here for a month, this the first week and that would just be funny.And I told him, I was like, I'm just going to do it. And they're like, that's hilarious. Do it. And then so on Sunday, my boy Scott was in town and we were at the hacker house just trying to think of things to work on for Riptide. And we were skating through all these different ideas on creator tokens or I don't remember all the different things. And it was like, what if we do that Point of Sale thing? That'd be cool. And whatever, we could probably build this in a two day stint. Not a big deal and yeah, that's why we built it.Chase (11:00):Yeah, I remember starting to see a couple of days after Solana Pay launched, I started to see all these videos of people filming themselves and you guys paying with Solana Pay. I was like, this is crazy. This just came out. I can't believe, well, I could believe that you had put that together already. And then from there, Solana Pay's really gained a ton of traction, but you were really the first person to come out and be like, look, hey guys, I did it. And it's actually live in this place right now. And it's still there to this day? They keep that?TJ (11:32):Yeah. As far as I know. Our customer success could use some work. And so I haven't followed up with them in a couple weeks. But we got them set up on our new version, which was a more self-service thing. So as far as I know, it's still running there. There's even a week where it wasn't working and Barrett was texting me nonstop. Like, bro, you need to get this working again because I need this. And so, that's that classic, build something, people would be upset if it goes away. And so we did that.Chase (12:01):Yeah. So you did this in a short amount of time and since then, there was a lot left in the hackathon to go. So, since that first day or that you got that live, I guess you've been doing a ton of work up until the point where you made your final submission, tell us a little bit about mtnPay and what work was involved and what are the features and maybe what's the future of mtnPay.TJ (12:30):Yeah, for sure. So the first half the gate was just, it's an iOS Point of Sale app that enables users to use Solana Pay to pay. And then the second thing is a square integration. So, we use the square APIs to tie it into your current Point of Sale System. So the transactions show up in line. Chase bought a Red Bull here for $3 with his MasterCard and then he bought a cookie for a dollar using Solana Pay. And so that was the core thing. And we had built it specifically for The Shop. We got a bunch of inbound of like, how can I set this up? How can I do it? So we had to take a step back and use a couple weeks to make it more robust and actually usable in self-service. Which was our base for what we wanted to submit to the hackathon, was just like a usable Point of Sale by everyone, it's still in test flight.And then Solana Pay evolved to a new spec while we were there. And then immediately became gas on that. And ever since the wheels have been turning there and then that initial spec change is what led us to where we are today, which is honestly, and not a lot of people know this, but we're more of an API company now. We're more like SaaS APIs and stuff like that.Chase (13:43):I guess, doing the API side makes it a little more versatile so that anybody can use it and they don't have to use a specific device or framework or anything like that.TJ (13:55):Yeah. I think the APIs, to be honest, they came more out of this idea of defensibility, because with a lot of the attention we got, it was like, what's the opportunity here? Is there something worth building out? And in that, there's a lot of things that could make you super existential, like just square adding Solana pay themselves. And so how do we actually build a moat in this industry or something. And so we were like, this transaction request thing came up, which enables you to use APIs in Solana Pay, what if we open that up to people and then let that be our defensibility and our moat. And so we spent a lot of time thinking about what that API suite would look like and then realize that, that's the bigger opportunity from our point of view, but probably more importantly, it's what we want to build in this space.I think there's a lot of opportunities for a lot of people to participate and building out the client that people would use. There's also a lot of stuff that we weren't interested in building. Like inventory management and tax reporting and accounting. Like, nah. I want to do the Solana stuff. And the APIs is the Solana stuff. And so that's where we're at now.Chase (15:08):Now. Yeah. I mean, it makes sense. Here's the thing, you build a project and you don't want to start taking on things that you don't enjoy because then you probably stop enjoying your job. So you do what excites you and then you offload or allow connection points for other people to build that stuff who see that opportunity. But it makes a lot of sense. I've talked to people who have created businesses and then they pull in, maybe not this specifically, but like the tax stuff and all these different sort of inventory management. And then it becomes like, I don't really like this anymore. This is not what I signed up for.TJ (15:42):That's what was happening. And so it was like, really I had to focus on something specifically in there and that's, we picked the APIs and it's been cool. We've been working with different protocols to add their functionality to our APIs. And yeah, it's been fun since we started focusing there.Chase (16:04):So obviously it was the right move because you, just to circle back to this is, you won the Payments Track of the Riptide Hackathon. There was a lot of competition. There was a lot of good stuff in there. So I'm just curious, how did that feel when you saw that?TJ (16:18):I'm dumb competitive. And so it was so funny because it was like, it started off as people are, oh, you going to submit this to Riptide? And it was like, yeah, probably, but we're not really focused on that. And the closer we got to Riptide, we're like, we want to win. And then so we had been paying a lot of attention to other people that were building in this space, seeing where people's attention was. The whole time we were like, I don't know, fairly confident we would do well to some extent, but then I think it was up to, what did the judges value? You don't know. But we were super proud of what we built and we're hoping other people saw what we saw and seeing that we won the Payments Track, it was just like a pat on the back. It was like, we agree.Chase (17:07):We agree.TJ (17:09):Yeah. That's what it was. And there was some chest pounding, there was something like, yes. But I also think the part I was more stoked on was just the attention that would follow and knowing that we could leverage that to build something. Because I think the attention is just like, it's fuel. And you can't do it with only attention you have to follow it up. But we knew it would empower a lot of the things that we wanted to do.Chase (17:37):Yeah, for sure. And I think these aren't necessarily your classic typical hackathon, where you hack on some little thing for a week or a month. These sorts of events are actually catalysts to build real businesses. And this is meant to be inspirational to developers that are watching this, that may or may not have dipped their toes into Solana. Maybe they have, but they haven't gotten anywhere. These stories are super inspirational. So I want to put it in context. What is the timeframe from the day that TJ wrote his first piece or read his first Solana doc to winning Riptide Payments Track? What's that timeframe?TJ (18:13):September, August. I was reading, I was staying up late. I was still working at the startup and I was staying up till like 3:00, 4:00 in the morning, reading that classic, Paul article on doing an escrow. It was partly that it was partly that Packy podcast.Chase (18:30):Oh yeah.TJ (18:30):On Solana Summer. That was super dope. I remember I was at the gym and I was listening to him talk about the DJ Apes Mint and two weeks prior I was at Miami hack week, it was like, I remember I was chilling with Barrett, I met him for the first time, we had met through our friend Eve, shoutout Eve. And it was just me, Barrett, Edgar and Eve in this apartment and they were just talking about crypto and I knew nothing. So I wanted to fit in and I was like, oh, I bought some Ethereum lately.I thought I would impress him. And he is like, nah, and he's looking at me, he's like, fuck Ethereum. And I was like, what? And just turns around and he goes, Solana. And I was like, what is Solana? I thought it was like some shit coin. And that was just when it got on my map. And then I saw the Packy thing. I did that. And then all these NFT things were popping up and I'm like, all right, what's going on? And then Candy Machine pops up. So I'm like reading that contract and I'm reading the Levi's thing and trying to set one up for myself and it feels like explosions all around me. And I'm like, what is this world? And people are just shipping and I can't keep up. And it was like overwhelming. And then I quit.Chase (19:41):So it's been about, from zero to hero in seven months, basically. Is what I'm hearing right here. Seven or eight months.TJ (19:49):Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. I feel like I got onboarded fairly quick. I feel like I was doing stuff to me that felt like mattered, immediately. All that iOS stuff that I was doing, to me felt groundbreaking.Chase (20:04):Yeah.TJ (20:05):And I felt like a hero then, honestly. That stuff made me feel more of a hero than what I felt like with Riptide.Chase (20:11):Really?TJ (20:12):To be totally honest.Chase (20:12):So it was more so just that you win Riptide, like, wow, I got this thing, but the more part for you was the personal win of actually just starting on this new journey and figuring out how to build on Solana.TJ (20:26):Like I said, I'm dummy competitive. So winning Riptide was great. It was a good job power, but with mtnPay, I don't feel like I've done anything yet. I think there's opportunities too. And we're on a path to actually really contribute to the Solana Ecosystem. But I don't feel like I've had a major accomplishment there yet. But with the iOS stuff, I totally did. I, from native iOS code, minted an NFT through Candy Machine. I figured out how to talk to Anchor programs from native iOS code. And that to me was like, that gave me so much energy.Chase (21:05):So tell me about that. You started building on Solana, did you start messing around with Rust? Did you start messing around with Anchor? Or did you go straight to those SWIFT SDKs that existed? What was your process for getting rolling on Solana?TJ (21:18):Totally. Yeah. That's a great thing to preface here is, I've done barely any Rust. I haven't shipped a smart contract to Mainnet. Mostly client work. So there's massive opportunities in this space to really participate and have impact just doing client work. That being said, the way I really learned it was just wanting to write an iOS app that would work with Solana. And so I found a couple of open source SWIFT packages that was doing iOS transaction stuff. And so, that's how I learned what a transaction object looked like and where you serialize it and how you add accounts to that. And what's an account. And what's [inaudible 00:22:02] coding. All of that stuff I just learned because I had to, to make an iOS app that talked to Anchor. And so me and my friend, Michael, we went to college together, and so we were up till like 4:00 in the morning for weeks just printing out transaction objects in JavaScript, on the Anchor thing and figuring out how do we bridge that to iOS? And that was the coolest.Chase (22:30):And then this is exactly the point we've talked about a couple times on this show. And I say it on my Twitter all the time. You just won Riptide Payments Track and you'd never shipped a smart contract. How? Well it's because not everybody needs to be this guy who writes the smart contracts. You just need to know how to talk to them, using these different APIs, SWIFT, JavaScript. There's a C# SDK, there's a Unity One built on top of that. There's a [inaudible 00:22:57] one, they're all out there and you can learn Solana, and in a way you're comfortable, which is in your native language. And you're talking about just doing print lines and printing out and just reading, what is this object? And now I get it.TJ (23:10):Yeah. That was the process. And it was great. And I think we have a long way to go before developers can step in and build incredibly easily and efficiently, but the process is still fun. And there's a lot of toys you get to use when building this up, a lot of exposure, you feel super low level. And yet, they encourage everyone to just dig in and start building shit.Chase (23:38):In your opinion, what are some of those things that need to improve to make this easier for the new guys or the old guys? It doesn't really matter. What needs to happen? And what do we need?TJ (23:47):Error messages.Chase (23:49):Error messages.TJ (23:52):It is like, you will get like, Error A4, and there's nowhere to go. And you're digging around. I'm like, dude, you literally got to clone the repo and go line by line and figure out what's that error? What are we doing? It's fun. And from when I got into it to like what Armani's done with Anchor now and the Anchor books, that's there, the Solana Cookbook, that's all there now. So it's easier to do it now. And even when I try to do more on-chain stuff or build out stuff that I'm not comfortable with, I'm able to go reference those materials, but they weren't there in September.Chase (24:30):Yeah.TJ (24:31):And that was kind of fun though. It was like a point in time. And I was always envious of people that got to code in machine code, because they had to and what a point in time that must have been to get to be a part of that. And that's why I started building in Solana, I saw that point in time again, I thought Solana was going to pop and I was like, I'm not missing it.Chase (24:53):You were basically like, I see Solana, I see that not everything's been created and there's massive opportunities and I'm going to carve myself out a slice of that and just do it. So it's pretty crazy to be talking about this now.TJ (25:05):Yeah, it's been a journey.Chase (25:07):Yeah. And a lot of this was all Discord Support. It was a huge pain in the ass. You answer the same questions 5,000 times a day. Shoutout to the [inaudible 00:25:16] team at Solana labs that really just spent way too much time in Discord and the core engineers that shouldn't be there all.TJ (25:22):Shoutout Alan.Chase (25:23):Yeah. Alan has actually been obviously incredible.TJ (25:26):Fun story, in that with Alan, we were working on that iOS stuff till dumb hours at night, I think it might have been 2:00 in the morning. And we were having these errors we could not figure out. And so we posted in Discord and Alan answered and we're going back and forth with this guy. Didn't know him at all. This is our first thing. He's like, I'm happy to hop on a call with you to help you sort it out. And we were on that call for three hours. But that to me is such a story of people in Solana. There is so many people that just are cool with just helping you. And they're in the weeds with you and it's that developer ecosystem that attracted me and I think is going to attract so many people after me.):Which to your credit, I think you've set up a lot of it. Being the dev relations at Solana, just creating the environment for those developers to thrive and giving them the resources. I think that's where this has come from, but yeah, that was just a monster classic Solana moment for me that I wanted to highlight.Chase (26:31):Yeah, for sure. And there's a lot of people. It started with Toly and Raj and then that attitude and welcomeness humor came down to me and Armani and so many different people that feels like you can approach anybody in the ecosystem. And I agree, I think this side of tone and vibe is what will attract a lot of younger developers.TJ (26:56):Yeah.Chase (26:57):There's lots of different complaints out there. One of the biggest ones we've been hearing a lot is about tooling. If you agree with that, what web tooling or blockchain tooling are we missing right now at Solana? Do you have anything personally that you would like to see?TJ (27:12):No, I don't have the most robust engineering background. When I was at Apple, we used Apple internal tools. So that was all I really knew. And so, even now, I'll be coding on something with someone at a hackathon and they're like, wait, you're not using this plugin. You're not using the Anchor plugin for VS code. I'm like, no, what is that?Chase (27:34):Here's the old-school.TJ (27:36):Yeah. They're like, baby come here. They would set me up with some stuff. So, that's so cool. I think examples are going to be great. I think just like getting examples out there for people so that they could learn that they can do it too is going to be really cool.Chase (27:48):And self-onboard.TJ (27:48):Yeah. Self-onboarding's massive. And that's one of the ways we want to go with mtnPay, because we're just like a set of APIs. I think we can open up these APIs to iOS native developers to be able to build apps, they don't need to do the exact transaction building. We can have just a normal API that lets them build the transaction themselves. So that's one of the directions we definitely want to go into and we feel like can bring native developers to Solana, hopefully.Chase (28:16):Yeah. It's about giving the tools, the education to onboard people like mtnPay and the rest of the ecosystem who then drives in the users and then that it just spreads outwardly from there. So it's pretty incredible to watch right now, I'm not going to say, like I started last May about, next month will be my one year. And the difference in one year has made, like you said, even in September, you didn't have half the things that are available now. It's happening at the speed of light and it's, who knows? In one year from now it's going to be, again, unrecognizable. So I mean, it'll be unrecognizable in like six months, most likely or less. We'll see.TJ (28:57):Yeah. Just being along for the journey, I feel grateful.Chase (29:00):Yeah.TJ (29:01):Just what a point in time that we're in. I was talking with Edgar the other day, I was like, we got to remember, we're in the good old days right now.Chase (29:08):I guess, to round this off and you kind of already touched on this and I always do this at the end of every single episode of the show is, to just give some advice to whoever you want to give to advice to, maybe it's the new devs looking to come into blockchain that might be scared or intimidated by just the name, blockchain, scares some people.TJ (29:30):I mean, just start. Just start and just build. There's so many opportunities within yourself to push things off and it's so easy to complain or give yourself reasons to not build stuff. Even within myself every day I'd catch myself either complaining or giving excuses or whatever. But reality is, just build because when you just start building, you'll figure it out. You can ask the questions, you'll get there. And then that building really gives you momentum to keep going.Chase (30:09):Yeah man.TJ (30:10):Yeah. And it attracts people to you and then those people are going to give you energy and it just, it all cycles. But you have to be the one to start.Chase (30:21):Yeah. I mean, I don't think anybody's really given that advice and it is, like, we're all engineers, we've all just put things off. We all have 200 projects that we started one night and then never got back to. So it's really just getting started and just following through.TJ (30:35):Yeah. And don't be afraid to chase the energy. There's so many things I've tried doing in Solana that I would work on for a week and then stop. But even now I go back to them and they're just tools in the belt. And you'll be able to leverage learnings later on.Chase (30:51):Yeah. For sure. Well, TJ, congratulations for winning the Riptide Payments Track with mtnPay. Glad to get you on the show. Glad to have a conversation. Love the energy. Just keep it up, man. And thanks again for doing what you do. And thanks for being here.TJ (31:09):Yeah, no, I appreciate the opportunity. I feel there's definitely the longest we've been able to chat for how long we've known each other. It's funny. I feel like we kept missing each other in Miami. So, I'm glad we got this opportunity and hopefully I'll see you in The Bahamas.Chase (31:23):Thanks for coming on. 

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast
Monday, May 16th 2022 Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 206:54


Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about some of the craziness from the Peep Show LIVE in Boston, Grey's Anatomy star has full frontal images from Broadway show leak, the top grossing media franchises of all time, a police chief busted selling & using meth, kids destroying fences doing the “Kool-Aid” trend on TikTok, a thief stole "Gazing Balls" that contained the ashes of the victim's parents, a fast food manager admits to urinating in milk shake mix, a couple that claims a hotel worker was peeping on them having sex, delivery drivers hooking up while on the job, Red Bull plane swap stunt ended in a plane crash, pilots that locked themselves out of the airplane, a guy that assaulted a repo man with a machete, and more!

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast
Monday, May 16th 2022 Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 206:54


Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about some of the craziness from the Peep Show LIVE in Boston, Grey's Anatomy star has full frontal images from Broadway show leak, the top grossing media franchises of all time, a police chief busted selling & using meth, kids destroying fences doing the “Kool-Aid” trend on TikTok, a thief stole "Gazing Balls" that contained the ashes of the victim's parents, a fast food manager admits to urinating in milk shake mix, a couple that claims a hotel worker was peeping on them having sex, delivery drivers hooking up while on the job, Red Bull plane swap stunt ended in a plane crash, pilots that locked themselves out of the airplane, a guy that assaulted a repo man with a machete, and more!

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The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 54:42


Gary Anderson and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to discuss Ferrari's planned Spanish Grand Prix upgrade and how it could impact the balance of power in the title fight with Red Bull. We also look at the ongoing struggles of Mercedes, and the development plans for Alpine and Aston Martin. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click here. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube For F1 news, analysis and must-read features visit the-race.com Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show