The Lab - Epstein Hitting Podcast
This week's episode of The Lab – Epstein Hitting Podcast, Jim and Jake break down key components for successful hitting coaches. Having to learn new technology, new methods, and new ways of communicating are integral parts in successfully coaching hitters, and the guys provide a blueprint on how to grow the inevitable changes of coaching hitters in the 20th century. TO WATCH THE SHOW, VISIT AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE LAB – EPSTEIN HITTING PODCAST YOUTUBE PAGE SHOW NOTES: 2:00 – Listener question 14:00 – Requirements of a successful hitting coach 19:00 – Learning new technology 27:00 – Coaching style Subscribe and like the show- Apple | Google | Spotify | TuneIn | Iheart | Stitcher | Pandora | YouTube Subscribe to the show's YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com Email the Show: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter/Instagram: @Jimtara, @epsteinhitting Why the Epstein Hitting System?: The Epstein Hitting system was created by 10-year Major League player, Mike Epstein. In addition to leading the 1972 World Series champion A's in home runs, Mike played for arguably the greatest hitter of all-time, Ted Williams…Using what he learned from his career and from Ted Williams, Mike built a system to identify and fix swing faults. Mike received the only letter of recommendation for hitting instruction Ted Williams ever gave out…After working closely with Mike to learn the craft of teaching hitting, Epstein Hitting is now led by Jake Epstein…Jake has perfected the use of video analysis to create a plan to maximize a player's swing. In addition to slow-motion video analysis, Jake has built a library of drills that he uses to address the unique needs of individual players. For more information, log on to www.epsteinhitting.com. www.thelabbcs.com... Training with a purpose.
Open Forum – Questions Covered: 03:58 – If a marriage is declared annulled, how do you refer to the former marriage if it was declared invalid? 08:44 – How do I talk to a Mormon about the Trinity? Resource mentioned: From the Susquehana to the Tiber 22:37 – How is one qualified as a valid Catholic? 28:37 – How do Catholics understand Mt 24:13 and Mt 24:22? 40:18 – How do I balance liberal and conservative theology within the Catholic Church? 47:46 – Do people become angels when they die? 51:42 – Is Marian devotion a requirement for a Catholic? …
POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
President Joe Biden is expected to meet today with congressional leaders on the debt limit, and Republicans are feeling increasingly optimistic they can force Biden to make concessions on work requirements for safety net programs as part of the talks taking place this week. All that, and the rest of the news you need to know today. Playbook co-author Eugene Daniels talks with food and agriculture policy reporter Meredith Lee Hill. In this episode: GOP grows more optimistic about work requirement demands in debt talks
Accio Politics! A Harry Potter Podcast
This is the one where Voldemort gives everyone at Hogwarts the choice to deliver Harry to him before midnight otherwise the Death Eaters will attack the school. Only Pansy Parkinson seems to think this is a good idea so everyone braces to fight while Harry still struggles to determine where to find Ravenclaw's Diadem. With Ron and Hermione nowhere to be found, he tracks down the hiding place but runs into a number of old friends on the way who have joined to help fight. Harry reunites with Ron and Hermione and they head toward the Room of Requirement where they are confronted by Draco, Crabbe, and Goyle. Crabbe casts a Fiendfyre curse and the room goes up in flames but Harry decides to save Draco and Goyle before they escape with the Diadem. The sixth Horcrux is destroyed and they start planning their next steps when they run into Fred and Percy. The group is attacked by Death Eaters, and they find Fred's body in the wreckage. We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail: 915.996.1699 or email an mp3 recording to email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org Do you prefer the written word? Send us an owl: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a message through our site. Find us online: Social Media: We are @acciopolitics on twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Our site: www.acciopolitics.com
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The transformation of ESG reporting accelerated in 2022 with the release of major proposals in the European Union (EU) and the United States (US), as well as globally by the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB).Although all of these proposals have the potential to impact multinational companies, the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) from the EU that applies to many multinational companies perhaps requires the most immediate attention. In this episode, Heather Horn brings you an audio version of our In the loop covering the CSRD. In this podcast, you'll hear:3:12 - Past, present, and future of EU sustainability reporting7:56 - Scope and timing28:54 - Reporting under the CSRD49:51 - Requirement for third-party assurance50:32 - Filing requirements of the CSRD59:42 - What's next?Refer also to the print version, Worldwide impact of CSRD - are you ready? Also, join our upcoming Q2 2023 Quarterly ESG webcast.Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Transcripts available upon request for individuals who may need a disability-related accommodation. Please send requests to email@example.com.
We are facing an epidemic of depression, despair, and suicidal thoughts among our teenagers. Have you seen it in your own home? It is no coincidence that these numbers are skyrocketing along with the rapid growth in teens being engrossed in social media. So what can we as parents do? Do we need to take away their phones or are there other ways to keep our children away from the most toxic influences online?Utah is taking groundbreaking steps by forcing residents to be eighteen years old to create a social media account or have parental permission if they are younger. New legislation there also requires users to prove they are adults before being allowed to access pornographic sites.Sara welcomes Michigan State University Law Professor Adam Candeub, who is also a senior fellow at the Center for Renewing America. Prof. Candeub explains why he believes Utah is on the right track and that requiring proof of identification every time people log on will "transform the internet."Please visit our great sponsors:Allegiance Goldhttps://protectwithsara.comClick or Call 877-702-7272 tell them Sara sent you and get $5,000 of free silver on a qualifying purchase. Fast Growing Treeshttps://fastgrowingtrees.com/carterGet your garden growing with the help of Fast Growing Trees and save 15% with code CARTER.
The Majority Report with Sam Seder
It's News Day Tuesday! Sam and Emma break down the biggest headlines of the day, running through updates on the beginnings of the debt limit talks, Conservatives' attempts to distance themselves from the Allen, TX shooter, the Senate Judiciary's request to Harlan Crow, labor action with airline pilots and pilot writers (that's a WGA joke), Israel's strike on Palestinian civilians in Gaza, and updates on fascism in statehouses across the country. Next, they dive into Kyrsten Sinema's “ugh BOTH sides amirite” argument on the debt ceiling, respond to Jodey Arrington's absurd arguments about Biden's debt ceiling plans, and address the absolute failure of Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas. Wrapping up, Sam and Emma parse through the horrors of this weekend's mass shooting in Allen Texas, the shooter's unsurprising connection to the far right, from Tim Pool to LibsofTikTok, and how to deal with the devastation that their stochastic terrorism has wrought on our country. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma watch the FBI's telling “Run. Hide. Fight.” commercial on dealing with a mass shooting, Tony from Texas dives into the proliferation of said videos across the US job market, and Tim Pool hammers home the same-old disprovable lies about Sam, alongside claiming “psyop!” when it comes to the rise of Nazi terror in the US. Brian from LA discusses the desire to flee the dangers of the US, and Cathy from Ohio dives into how these “active shooter” tactics completely disregard the presence of disabled people in our society, plus, your calls and IMs! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the ESVN YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/esvnshow Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: IAC Laser Engraving: IAC Laser Engraving is a Leftist-owned Worker Collective started by long time listener Ryan Lubin in September of 2021. They use sustainably sourced materials coupled with extremely energy efficient laser technology to bring you unique products that you won't find anywhere else! Visit https://www.iaclasers.com/ to order yours today and enter in Coupon Code: "MAJORITY10" at purchase to receive a 10% discount on their AMAZING products." Tushy:The Hello TUSHY bidet washes your bum with fresh water for a WAY better clean than toilet paper. Simply spray and pat dry! It attaches to your existing toilet – requires NO electricity or additional plumbing – and cuts toilet paper use by 80% – so the Hello Tushy bidet pays for itself in a few months. Go to https://hellotushy.com/majority and use promo code “MAJORITY” to get 10% off plus FREE shipping on your first bidet order. That's https://hellotushy.com/majority for TEN PERCENT OFF. Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Check out Ava Raiza's music here! https://avaraiza.bandcamp.com/ The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/
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We are facing an epidemic of depression, despair, and suicidal thoughts among our teenagers. Have you seen it in your own home? It is no coincidence that these numbers are skyrocketing along with the rapid growth in teens being engrossed in social media. So what can we as parents do? Do we need to take […]
What's Trending: Everett man charged for fentanyl related death and Biden doing poorly in new polls. // Richard Dreyfuss is not a fan of new Oscar guidelines. // Eric Adams is shipping migrants to NY suburbs.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In March 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission proposed a new rule that would establish climate-risk disclosure requirements for public companies. The 490-page proposal includes requirements for disclosing direct greenhouse gas emissions (scope 1) and indirect emissions related to use of electricity or other forms of energy (scope 2). While supporters hailed the proposed rule's effort to standardize the disclosures many ESG-focused funds have been making, others zeroed in on a requirement that would obligate larger companies to disclose GHG emissions from upstream suppliers and downstream customers (scope 3).After receiving thousands of comments favoring and opposing the proposal, the SEC postponed its target date for finalizing the rule to spring 2023. Much of the debate centers on the scope of the SEC's authority to mandate climate risk disclosure, an issue that took on additional dimensions after the Supreme Court's June 2022 decision in West Virginia v. EPA, which struck down an EPA rule regulating GHG emissions under the Clean Air Act as contrary to the “major questions doctrine.” Many predict that the final ESG rule will be litigated regardless of what changes the SEC may make to address issues that commenters raised. With the SEC ESG final rule expected soon, this program brings together distinguished speakers who will outline the arguments for and against the SEC's effort to regulate in this area.Paul Ray leads The Heritage Foundation's work on regulatory and economic policy as Director of the Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies, building on his previous experience as Senate-confirmed Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs at the Office of Management and Budget. He has written widely on a number of regulatory issues, including the SEC's authority to set corporate climate policy.George Georgiev is an Associate Professor of Law at Emory University Law School, focusing on Business Law, Corporate Governance, Securities Regulation, Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate Finance, and Executive Compensation. Professor Georgiev co-authored an analysis affirming the SEC's authority to adopt climate-related disclosure rules, and filed comments in the rulemaking.The panel will be moderated by Jane Luxton, Managing Partner of the Washington, DC office of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, and co-chair of the firm's Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice.Visit our website - RegProject.org - to learn more, view all of our content, and connect with us on social media.*******As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker.
your clinic chief complaints - the most helpful episode I've ever dropped for dental students I think!! this episode is jam packed from start to finish with advice I wish I had this when I was starting clinic, here are my top tips on: 1. getting your requirements done on time & increasing treatment plan acceptance rates 2. maximizing learning experiences/time 3. handling clinic drama, anxiety, students hogging patients/requirements 4. tips/tricks to optimizing your schedule
Combinate Podcast - Med Device and Pharma
On this episode, I was joined by Derek Duncan, Director and VP of Product Management at Lighthouse Instruments. Derek walks through: - (2:30) Holistic Approach to CCI - (5:50) Risk Management and CCI - (7:30) Lyophilized vs. Liquid CCI - (12:20) Capping/Crimping Parameters and Residual Seal Force(RSF) - (14:30) EU Annex I and USP 1207 Requirements Dr. Duncan began his career at the Dutch Institute for Atomic & Molecular Physics in Amsterdam. He moved into industry holding Product & Application Development positions. Currently at LIGHTHOUSE since 2003, Dr. Duncan is responsible for developing applications for process monitoring and finished product inspection. These include using headspace analysis for container closure integrity testing, lyo chamber moisture mapping, and automated media fill inspection.
Churchill after dark; Hunter Dickinson; Embrace Debate: Bread; Sandwich requirements; NFL Draft; Movie Tournament Championship; Fab Five Thousand: Movies that should have been in the tourney; Mic Drop --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chris410/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chris410/support
In 2018, a Supreme Court ruling in the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair opened the door for states to implement a sales tax on remote sellers based on the sales amount even if the seller is not physically present in the state. Many companies with multistate sales are only now learning about their tax obligations under new state laws that have been enacted since the Supreme Court ruling. To avoid penalties and additional tax liability, companies with multistate sales must understand their exposure to economic nexus through remote sales and take steps to comply with their reporting and tax obligations.Generally, there are three main categories for sales taxation: the basic, physical nexus, the affiliate nexus, and the click-through nexus. How can businesses be prepared and proactive on their sales taxation and remain aware of ways to save money in this new environment?On today's episode of On the Shop Floor, a Weaver podcast, hosts Colby Horn, Partner, Assurance Services and Jody Allred, Partner-in-Charge are joined by Blake Fuqua, Partner, State and Local Tax Services, to talk about sales tax law changes since 2018 and how these changes will impact businesses. Horn, Allred, and Fuqua covered these topics:1. Key issues in sales tax requirements and changes since 20182. Digital sales tax rules for e-commerce 3. Savings opportunities for manufacturing businesses Fuqua stated, “Organizations need to be proactive rather than reactive and waiting until they get audited. A lot of the time, that's when I get called in and it's an uphill battle at that point if we don't have the certificates or you haven't been filing, it puts companies in a tough spot.”Blake Fuqua has nearly 15 years of indirect tax experience and sales tax consulting in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, energy, retail, and construction. Prior to joining Weaver, Fuqua served as Manager of Multistate Tax Services, Sales and Use Tax at Deloitte, Sales Tax Analyst at 7-Eleven, and Sales and Use Tax Consultant at Ryan.
Today, we're looking at the US finally ending its COVID vaccine requirement for international travellers later this month. Plus, Justin Trudeau just can't stop bragging — about not facing traffic in New York City, about improving the middle class and more as he spoke to the Council on Foreign Relations. And finally, Kids Help Phone is promoting drag queens to trouble young Canadians with a new advertisement.
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The Lab - Epstein Hitting Podcast
This week's episode of The Lab – Epstein Hitting Podcast, Jim and Jake break down the pre-requisite requirements to becoming a successful hitting coach. In this episode, the guys break down transitioning, evolving, and understanding your players as a coach. TO WATCH THE SHOW, VISIT AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE LAB – EPSTEIN HITTING PODCAST YOUTUBE PAGE SHOW NOTES: 2:00 – Jake's Bruce Bochy stories 8:00 – Importance of coaches evolving with their craft 11:00 – Story about Tommy Lasorda 14:00 – Puck-type handle 23:00 – New college baseball recruiting rules 26:00 – Requirements of what it takes to be a successful hitting coach Subscribe and like the show- Apple | Google | Spotify | TuneIn | Iheart | Stitcher | Pandora | YouTube Subscribe to the show's YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com Email the Show: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter/Instagram: @Jimtara, @epsteinhitting Why the Epstein Hitting System?: The Epstein Hitting system was created by 10-year Major League player, Mike Epstein. In addition to leading the 1972 World Series champion A's in home runs, Mike played for arguably the greatest hitter of all-time, Ted Williams…Using what he learned from his career and from Ted Williams, Mike built a system to identify and fix swing faults. Mike received the only letter of recommendation for hitting instruction Ted Williams ever gave out…After working closely with Mike to learn the craft of teaching hitting, Epstein Hitting is now led by Jake Epstein…Jake has perfected the use of video analysis to create a plan to maximize a player's swing. In addition to slow-motion video analysis, Jake has built a library of drills that he uses to address the unique needs of individual players. For more information, log on to www.epsteinhitting.com. www.thelabbcs.com... Training with a purpose.
Celebrate Kids Podcast with Dr. Kathy
Could the best skill our kids get from school is to remember? Dr. Kathy considers a new requirement in Connecticut to have students look back on high school and consider the lessons they've learned. The concept of remembrance is packed throughout all of Scripture. Dr. Kathy highlights this in calling parents to guide students to consider what God has done and to remember it.
Life is full of unpleasantness. With the unpleasantness we can't change, we will need to endure through it. The skill of enduring this unpleasantness is patience. It is no wonder that patience is exhorted in Scripture. In this episode of Breaking Bread, Kathy Knochel highlights this fruit of the Spirit and gives us some keys on how to be more patient. Show notes: Patience is being emotionally regulated while at the same time enduring unpleasantness. Patience is not necessarily marked by deactivation and calmness. Rather, it is actively engaging our emotional realities during these times of unpleasantness. Very often, our unhealthy emotional reactions to unpleasantness have less to do with the irritant we chafe against and more to do with our internal world. For example, a father may lose patience with his young son not because the son was disobedient but rather the father feels that the disobedience confirms that he is a bad father. The lack of patience with his son comes from internal unpleasantness. Patience burns the fuel of hope. People who are patient can find hope beyond their unpleasant circumstances. It is this hope, realized by faith that puts Christians at the advantage, for living patient lives.
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Biological DOOM: a brief overview of biological computation, published by Metacelsus on April 29, 2023 on LessWrong. (no, not that kind of biological doom) DOOM is a classic first-person shooter game released in 1993 by id Software. Because it's from 1993, it doesn't require much computing power compared to modern games. Additionally, the code (written in C) is easy to compile to run on a variety of processors. Over the years, hackers have made DOOM run on things such as an ATM, a touchbar of a MacBook, a Porsche 911, and even a TI-84 calculator powered by potato batteries. But what about cells? Requirements for DOOM The inputs to DOOM are based on button presses, traditionally on a keyboard. 9 keys in total are required (assuming “switch weapon” is implemented as one key that cycles through weapons). For computation, the original 1993 release required: 4 MB of RAM and 12 MB of hard-drive storage Intel 386 (bare minimum) or 486 processor. There is some flexibility regarding the processor, but slower processors will have worse frame-rates. The Intel 386 had 275,000 transistors in its most basic configuration. DOOM also requires a graphical output. The smallest resolution I've seen is 128x32 pixels, and that was cutting it a bit close. We'll assume we need 4096 black-and-white pixels for the display. Finally, DOOM has audio. For the purposes of this thought experiment, we can ignore this output. Although the soundtrack is great, it's not strictly required to play the game. Approaches to biological computation So, how could we potentially run DOOM? Biological systems can perform computations in several ways: Nucleic acid hybridization These logic gates are based on strand displacement between complementary DNA sequences. A recent paper demonstrated a set of DNA-based logic gates that could add two 6-bit binary numbers. Pros and cons: Memory capacity is good (encoded in DNA or RNA) Switching speed is OK (rate constants vary by design but are typically around 106M−1s−1) Visual output could be provided by fluorophore/quencher conjugated oligonucleotides, but . . . Coupling to a macroscopic output display would be far too slow, because it would have to rely on diffusion (taking a few minutes to cover a millimeter-scale distance). So, the game would have to be played using a microscope. It's hard to “reset” gates after using them, this requires coupling to some energy source It's also hard to integrate DNA-based logic gates into other biological systems, since not many organisms use short pieces of ssDNA. RNA might be used instead. Transcription and translation These logic gates use the same tools that cells use to regulate gene expression. For example, the classic lac operon in bacteria implements: Biologists have exploited similar systems to build logic gates, as well as systems involving the regulation of translation (the production of proteins using mRNAs as templates). A recent paper used Cas9 binding to a sgRNA-like sequence inserted in an mRNA to control its translation. To form a NAND gate, they split Cas9 into two fragments; if both were present, the output protein was not produced. Pros and cons: Memory capacity is acceptable (encoded in DNA or RNA) There will be challenges with implementing the number of logic gates required while avoiding cross-talk The dealbreaker: far too slow to run DOOM. RNA and protein half-lives are on the order of minutes to hours. Protein phosphorylation (kinases/phosphatases) Many cell signaling pathways use protein phosphorylation as a signal. This is much faster than transcription and translation, since no new RNAs or proteins need to be produced. A paper in 2021 built a toggle switch in yeast out of several kinases and phosphatases. Pros and cons: Response speed is adequate, similar to nucleic acid hybridization gates (i.e., largely l...
What did one have to do to enter the Egyptian Mystery schools? Were you chosen by who you knew? Were you chosen by your pedigree? Was it because you were a statesman, a noble or was it something else? Let's dig into it and see what some of these requirements might've been. If you've come upon a theory of the origins of Freemasonry that you would like to explore, write me an email at email@example.com You can follow me on Instagram @masonicmuscle Meditate on heavyweight The Art of Manliness podcast #artofmanliness #warofart #leadershiptowealth #orderofman #brotherhood #morals #virtues #strength #resistance #freemasonry #honesty #hardwork #discipline #improvement #harmony #confrontation #denial #togetherness #effeciency #origns #theories #mason #principles #truth #tobe1ask1 #solicitation #weightlifting #atlantis #diet #physical #preparation #meditation #contemplation #tools #mentalstrength --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cesar-rubio5/support
Think and Act Like a Scrum Master
Does Scrum Master require to have certification than Product Owner to nail a job interview? In this podcast episode, I will share my personal opinion and hypothesis.
If you're a new entrepreneur, an important task is ensuring that your business is compliant with all local, state, and federal regulations. Some legal matters require immediate consideration, and you will want to address those issues as soon as possible. To help, we've invited an impressive attorney to share the essential tasks to handle right away when starting a business. Her name's non-other than Rachel King. Rachel is a serial entrepreneur starting at the age of 12. This work ethic and drive at an early age led to 7 years of military service. Utilizing her disciplined skills, she moved forward with owning multiple businesses and acquired the desire to continue expanding her talents. The passion for Law was instilled in her from birth from her father's law career, so she followed in his footsteps opening her law firm in 2014. The combination of entrepreneurship, discipline, training, and understanding of law allows her to be the rising leader for California, Arizona, Texas, and Kentucky with her firm specializing in business law, family law, estate law, real estate law, and growing. In this episode, Rachel will be sharing: 1) The Legal Consideration New Entrepreneurs Should Handle Immediately 2) The Common Legal Pitfalls For Business Owners 3) The Top 5 Legal Mistakes To Avoid When Starting A Business Learn more about Rachel: Website: https://thelawyerking.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thelawyerking/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelawyerking/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theraygacyshow/message
The Craig Fahle show on Deadline Detroit
Ex-Detroit Police Chief Isaiah "Ike" McKinnon says lifting the residency requirement for Detroit police has hurt the department."That literally killed us," McKinnon says during an interview Saturday on the videocast, "Detroit in Black and White," with host Adolph Mongo and co-hosts Vanessa Moss and Allan Lengel.McKinnon, who was police chief from 1994-1998, was referring to officers who don't reside in the city, which he says has resulted in less ties and concern about Detroit and its neighborhoods. In 1999, the state, under Gov. John Engler, enacted a law prohibiting residency requirements for police officers and other municipal employees.McKinnon, 79, also expresses skepticism about a recently announced 12-point safety plan to address violence downtown, saying "it's not a new plan. They did it before, he said, acknowledging that it was not effective."I don't know how well this is going to work," he added. And he also talks about the need for more parental responsiblity in the city to help curb crime and the racism he faced inside the department as a young officer. The show also includes some snippets from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's oral history of Allan Lengel's mother, Miriam Lengel, who was a survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II.The group discusses the Holocaust and Black slavery.
Justin and Chuck tackle the most controversial topics in herpetoculture. The co-hosts or guests take one side of the issue and try to hold their own in a no-holds-barred contest of intellect. Who will win? You decide. Reptile Fight Club!In this episode, Justin and Chuck tackle the topic of minimum cage size requirements with Chris Chaffin Who will win? You decide. Reptile Fight Club!Follow Justin Julander @Australian Addiction Reptiles-http://www.australianaddiction.comFollow Chuck Poland on IG @ChuckNorriswinsFollow MPR Network on:FB: https://www.facebook.com/MoreliaPythonRadioIG: https://www.instagram.com/mpr_network/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtrEaKcyN8KvC3pqaiYc0RQMore ways to support the shows.Swag store: https://teespring.com/stores/mprnetworkPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/moreliapythonradio
In this episode, Molly is joined by our show's very first podcast guest, William McBride, who first joined us all the way back in Episode 7. Today, Will and Molly discuss the types of inspections that are required for process vessels and tanks. They'll cover what's involved in inspecting ASME pressure vessels and atmospheric storage tanks, and how equipment that doesn't fit ASME VIII or API 2000 is handled when it comes to inspections, including open-top mixing vessels, "equipment" fabricated from piping components, and vessels fabricated to ASME code but not stamped. They also touch on best practices related to MI at sites that are non-PSM covered. You can reach out to Will McBride directly at (903) 374-5806 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to check out Will's first appearance on our show, and our other MI-related episodes at the links below. Episode 1 - Intro to Mechanical Integrity (MI) & RAGAGEP Episode 7 - API 510 with Guest William McBride PSM: Back to Basics, Part 6 - Mechanical Integrity (MI) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/amplifyyourprocesssafety/message
Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI) Public Policy Podcast
Accio Politics! A Harry Potter Podcast
This is the one where the trio follow Neville through the passageway back to Hogwarts and they are regaled with harrowing stories about what has become of the school since their absence. They are told of students being tortured as the fascist regime of Death Eaters gain power over Hogwarts. Once they arrive in the Room of Requirement, they are met with a large group of former Dumbledore's Army members who are excited to see them and fight back against the evil forces at play. Much to Harry's dismay, even more of his friends show up expecting to be let in on their plans to defeat Voldemort. After some convincing from Ron and Hermione, Harry finally allows them to try and help and they lead him to the Lost Diadem of Ravenclaw which he thinks might be another Horcrux. Harry and Luna sneak into the Ravenclaw common room to see what it looks like and are ultimately caught by the Carrows (who are definitely not in the movie adaptation). We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail: 915.996.1699 or email an mp3 recording to email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org Do you prefer the written word? Send us an owl: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a message through our site. Find us online: Social Media: We are @acciopolitics on twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Our site: www.acciopolitics.com
In an effort to boost lagging police recruitment, the Ontario government is eliminating the requirement for applicants to have a post-secondary education. Matt Galloway speaks with Jeff McGuire, executive director of Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, and Julius Haag, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Toronto.
Accio Politics! A Harry Potter Podcast
This is the one where, after alerting Voldemort to Harry's presence, Luna stuns Alecto Carrow only for her brother Amycus to show up along with McGonagall. Harry ends up casting the Cruciatus curse on Amycus after he spits in McGonagall's face, and after subduing them both Harry gets the chance to tell McGonagall what's going on. She has a run-in with Snape which ends with him jumping out of the window to escape, and then she rounds up the rest of the heads of Houses to protect the school and get everyone to safety. Harry returns to the Room of Requirement to see that the Order has shown up to help fight. Everyone starts heading to the Great Hall to prepare for battle but Harry and the Weasley family stay behind. While Ginny is fighting with her family to stay and fight, Percy shows up and apologizes for everything he's done. They reconcile and just as they're about to join the rest of the school, Harry sees that Voldemort has finally arrived at Hogwarts. We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail: 915.996.1699 or email an mp3 recording to email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org Do you prefer the written word? Send us an owl: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a message through our site. Find us online: Social Media: We are @acciopolitics on twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Our site: www.acciopolitics.com
In this episode, H2Tech spoke with Cory Marcon, Industry Manager for Power and Energy at Endress+Hauser, about the quality requirements of water and preparations that must be considered to produce green H2, different water requirements based on the electrolyzer technology, technologies available for critical measurements of green H2 and much more.
Premier Doug Ford faces backlash as his controversial proposal to lower education requirements for officers ignites a heated debate over the future of policing in the province. Host, Alex Pierson speaks with Michael Kempa, a criminologist focused on the politics of security, public safety and policing and Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa about the growing concerns over officer shortages, and Ontario's latest move to drop post-secondary education requirements for aspiring police officers has sparked controversy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of the OneStream Podcast, Peter's journey through the process of creating high quality customer solutions enters the requirements phase. Joining Peter to discuss this important step is Black Diamond Advisory CEO Randy Werder. Together, they will cover preparing the client for the requirements session, ways to engage the client prior to the meeting and what results to expect from the requirements session.
Episode 136:This week we're starting a new book:The Worldview and Philosophical Methodology of Marxism-LeninismWritten for the Vietnamese curriculum and translated by Luna NguyenYou can purchase a copy and support translation of the further curriculum here:https://www.banyanhouse.org/product/ebook-the-worldview-and-philosophical-methodology-of-marxism-leninism[Part 1 - This Week]Introduction to the Basic Principles of Marxism - 3:39I. Brief History of Marxism-Leninism - 3:39 1. Marxism and the Three Constituent Parts - 3:39 Annotation 1: 5:57 - 7:31 2. Summary of the Birth and Development of Marxism-Leninism - 7:50 Annotation 2: 8:22 - 8:46 Annotation 3: 9:26 - 21:43 Annotation 4: 22:03 - 23:59 Annotation 5: 24:31 - 27:25[Part 2 - 5]I. Brief History of Marxism-Leninism[Part 6]II. Objects, Purposes and Requirements for Studying the Basic Principles of Marxism-Leninism[Part 7 - 12?]Part I: The Worldview and Philosophical Methodology of Marxism-LeninismChapter 1: Dialectical Materialism[Part 13 - 25?]Chapter 2: Materialist Dialectics[Part 26 - 30?]Chapter 3: Cognitive Theory of Dialectical MaterialismFootnotes:1) 4:01Karl Marx, 1818-1883 (German): Theorist, politician, dialectical materialist philosopher, political economist, founder of scientific socialism, leader of the international working class. ↵2) 4:04Friedrich Engels, 1820-1895 (German): Theorist, politician, dialectical materialist philosopher, leader of the international working class, co-founder of scientific socialism with Karl Marx. ↵3) 4:10Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, 1870-1924 (Russian): Theorist, politician, dialectical materialist philosopher, defender and developer of Marxism in the era of imperialism, founder of the Communist Party and the government of the Soviet Union, leader of Russia and the international working class. ↵4) 21:15Material conditions include the natural environment, the means of production and the economic base of human society, objective social relations, and other externalities and systems which affect human life and human society. See Annotation 79. ↵
Jason Anderson and Joshua Brisco kick off Monday's edition of The Zone by discussing a rumor about a running back being the Chiefs' target in the first round of the NFL Draft and what issues Jason and Josh have with the idea. Plus, Jason's research into All-Pro wide receivers' college production and what it says about KC's options.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stage Door, a theatre podcast hosted by two average guys
Amy, with Fremont Community Theatre, breaks down the unique casting requirements of the show, and how they are doing two special sensory friendly performances to bring even more theatre to their community School of Rock: Fremont Community Theatre, Weekends of May 5th and May 12th Tickets https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/66573?fbclid=IwAR2x1uYak1y0Wp0reVF4TWvJH32ikCfPRGu-BHIQCOu3Ac7mH-af5MJvifE
This year there has been a lot of attention on school policies related to sex and gender, but not every bill has received the same scrutiny. One bill, HB 129, would ease the state requirements for schools to provide free pads and tampons in bathrooms. The bill received almost no attention in the House of Representatives but may hit some roadblocks in the Senate. Listen as hosts Anna Brown and Mike Dunbar, of Citizens Count break it down in $100 Plus Mileage. This podcast is produced in partnership with Citizens Count, Granite State News Collaborative and The Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communications at Franklin Pierce University.
This is Episode 754 of the My Morning Devotional Podcast Get Your Monthly Subscription Prayer Journal Here! - Grab your book for May. Prayer Request Submission - Click Here! Join me Alison Elizabeth Delamota as we dive into a Christian devotional to empower your day. Check back every weekday for a new episode! Verse of the Day: He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God? Micah 6:8 Join The Community: @mymorningdevo on IG Facebook Group YouTube Channel Get To Know Ali: @alisondelamota on IG YouTube Channel
The Doctorâ€™s Crossing Carpe Diem Podcast
The root cause for many physicians seeking a career change is burnout. However, for some physicians with burnout, the best solution might be participating in a different kind of clinical work to rediscover their love for the profession. Today's guest, physician and founder of the non-profit One Good Turn, Dr. Ann Messer, is here to share how a volunteer trip changed the entire trajectory of her career. She'll discuss the ins and outs of medical volunteer opportunities, including how to prepare and what to expect on your trip. You can find the show notes for this episode and more information by clicking here: www.doctorscrossing.com/episode126 In this episode we're talking about: How a Christmastime epiphany led Dr. Messer to realize her family needed a change The ethics of providing healthcare in low-income countries Where to find vetted medical volunteer opportunities Why Ann finds her work so fulfilling What day-to-day life is like on a medical volunteer trip Requirements and skills needed for medical volunteer work Dr. Messer's reading list for physicians who are interested in volunteering Links for this episode: One Good Turn - Dr. Messer's non-profit organization Recommendations by Dr. Ann Messer: When Healthcare Hurts Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide Oxford Handbook of Tropical Medicine Where There Is No Doctor: A Village Health Care Handbook Hesperian.org Telemedicine Companies - If you're interested in using your clinical skills, making money, and being able to work from home, the beach, or a mountain cabin, telemedicine is worth considering. This resource guide includes a list of over 40 telemedicine companies to choose from.
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Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur Podcast with Shae Bynes
In the last episode of the KDE Podcast Live, we are looking at Honor: The Gift and Requirement. Giving honor to whom it is due is a wise practice. Honoring those deserving will keep you in their good graces in business and life, but what about those who don't seem deserving of honor? Join us live to discuss honoring others no matter who they are. Enjoy this week's show and share this episode with others. Want to join us live on Wednesdays at 1:00 pm EST? You can do that and subscribe to the channel here, .
How do you find amazing deals in the current real estate market? Find out as Kris shares the 5 requirements he looks for to search for and secure a winning deal in today's crazy market. Discover the winning criteria that you should know about before moving forward with an investment property.
Agile Requirement Definition in a Nutshell What is requirement definition? Who should define the requirements? When should we define the requirements? How should we define requirements? Why is it so important that we get this right?
The Redirect Regroup Refocus Podcast
The long awaited conversation is finally here. Mr. Kwok is the C.O.O. of Karma Cigar bar in Merrillville Indiana. Tune in and to hear about his role in the success of the business along with some things that he is implementing. we will also discuss the new location that is in the works coming soon to Munster Indiana.
Service is the heart and soul of revival. Just as the Revival of Jacksonville in the 60s and 70s required thousands to serve the Church, there will never be revival today without growing numbers of servants.
The Goal Achievement Podcast, hosted by Matt East, is all about helping you find clarity, design a plan, and most importantly achieve your goals.Try productivity coaching free for 7-Days.Motivational quotes: https://www.matt-east.com/quotes Access my book for free here: https://www.matt-east.com/vipSubscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify, & STITCHER.
In today's episode, Andy & DJ are joined in the studio by entrepreneur Eric Spofford. They discuss Eric's early life and overcoming drug addiction, the journey and what's required to become a successful entrepreneur, and how we can collectively improve America through personal excellence.
In today's episode, Andy & DJ are joined in the studio by entrepreneur Eric Spofford. They discuss Eric's early life and overcoming drug addiction, the journey and what's required to become a successful entrepreneur, and how we can collectively improve America through personal excellence.