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    Cyrus Says
    CnB ft. Kajol, Abbas & Antariksh | Swiggy Delivery Agent Rides Horse & AI Chatbot Becomes Sentient

    Cyrus Says

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 57:10


    On Cock & Bull today, we are joined by Kajol Srinivasan, Abbas, & Antariksh. Cyrus today is ranting about his terrible experience with the place somewhere in SakiNaka and Chandivali, where he has gone for a shoot. He is also furious about the many misadventures of the show's many producers. The show starts with the panel talking about how Kajol is always left alone as last week she was the only one recording from home, and today she was the only one to be in the studio. Topics discussed by the panel were as follows: Three policemen injured after bomb produced as evidence explodes in civil court, Google engineer put on leave after saying AI chatbot became sentient, and Swiggy delivery agent riding a horse amid heavy rain to drop off order. Tune in for this and much more!Check out Cyrus Says merch: ivm.today/3PLKo1mYou can follow Kajol Srinivasan on Instagram at @lolrakshakYou can follow Antariksh on Instagram @antariksht: https://instagram.com/antarikshtYou can follow Abbas Momin on Instagram @antariksht: https://www.instagram.com/abbasmomin88/Do send in AMA questions for Cyrus by tweeting them to @cyrussaysin or emailing them at whatcyrussays@gmail.comDon't forget to follow Cyrus Broacha on Instagram @cyrus_broacha(https://www.instagram.com/cyrus_broacha)In case you're late to the party and want to catch up on previous episodes of Cyrus Says you can do so at: www.ivmpodcasts.com/cyrussaysYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios

    Pop Culture Preservation Society

    Celebrate our country's Bicentennial in this encore of episode 38, with an ALL NEW introductory conversation that includes some tidbits that got cut the first time! From pet rocks to Nadia's Theme, Holly Hobbie, the Olympics, and “Afternoon Delight,” the pop-culture events of 1976 made that year so much more than just our nation's 200th birthday … and we cover them all and so many more. Listen NOW … listen AGAIN. Happy Birthday, America!Follow PCPS for more fun on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and TikTok

    The Pixie Chicks
    Episode 166: Disney News & Fun

    The Pixie Chicks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 43:40


    Join Lo, Holly, and Ashley as they dive into the last couple of weeks of news. It was a big one, too! Bob Chapek get's an extension, the Wish is setting sail, and more! 

    Jim and Them
    Grumphole - #733 Part 1

    Jim and Them

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 105:03


    Jeff's Cabin Adventure: Jeff has tales of getting back in touch with nature after his cabin retreat and complaints of limited food.Dangerous Hood Dreams: Jim stumbles upon an author doing a signing, which leads us down a path of learning about Dangerous Hood Dreams.L. Steele: We discover the romantic Mafia series and the lady smut that dominates Amazon book sales and are the same story over and over again.IDIOT BRAIN FUCKED BY STUPID!, THE BOYS!, 2022!, GHISLAINE MAXWELL SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS!, R KELLY SENTENCED TO 30 YEARS!, REVEAL!, TRAFFICKING CHILDREN!, LIST!, JAILED!, SUGAR DADDY!, SUGAR MAMA!, COUGAR!, GIGOLO!, EMMA THOMPSON!, HEIRESS!, SUICIDE SQUAD!, PEDOPHILES!, JEFFREY EPSTEIN!, PEDOPHILE!, HEBEPHILE!, THE BLACK PHONE!, THE GRABBER!, THINK PIECE!, BAYMAX!, THE VICTORY SHOW!, BOOB HUGE SUCK-EM!, PATREON!, 10 YEARS AGO!, ARCHIVES!, JOE PATERNO!, JERRY SANDUSKY!, HBO!, PREDICTED!, UTAH!, CABIN!, FOOD!, BREAKFAST!, CASSEROLE!, WHAT DID YOU BRING TO MAKE!, LEAVES!, BURRITO BAR!, CORNER STORE!, CAMPFIRE STORIES!, S'MORES!, CHIMNEY!, EDIBLES!, AEW FORBIDDEN DOOR!, CLINT EASTWOOD!, E.T.!, GREEN VHS!, RERELEASE!, BRISKET!, RIDES!, FAST PASS!, LAKES!, SWIMMING!, COUGARS!, WILDLIFE!, SELF CHECKOUT!, FREE GROCERIES!, SMITH'S!, RAMPART!, FOOD 4 LESS!, LOCAL REFERENCES!, BARNES AND NOBLE!, BOOK SIGNING!, EMPTY TABLE!, DANGEROUS HOOD DREAMS!, SELF PUBLISHED!, CARLOS!, EXPERIENCE!, GRAMMAR!, REVIEWS!, WRITE A BOOK!, SYMPATHY!, THE STRIP!, CONVENTION BOOTH!, TEAM LES GO!, APPAREL!, FASHION!, L. STEELE!, MAFIA CHRISTMAS!, HOT HOLE!, DANGEROUS MEN!, FEISTY WOMEN!, DOMENIC SOVRANO!, FAKE MARRIAGE!, LOST IN THE FOREST!, DAMIEN SAVAGE!, BILLIONAIRE SINGLE DAD!, ARROGANT!, SELF IMPORTANT!, NANNY!, OMG!, SWOON!, ROXY ISLES!, AUDIO BOOK!, SAMPLE!, BORING!, I GOT SWAG!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

    The Happiest Hour On Earth
    Ep 55: Best Rides at Walt Disney World!

    The Happiest Hour On Earth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 61:14


    Join us this week as we continue our "best-of" series to discuss the must-do rides at Walt Disney World! We know a lot of Disneyland natives who haven't been to the Most Magical Place on Earth. If you haven't been, we hope this episode helps you on your first trip to Walt Disney World! If you have been, let us know if you agree with our list by connecting with us on Instagram!

    Theme Park Paradise
    Ranking Rides Featuring John Williams Scores

    Theme Park Paradise

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 27:56


    In honor of John Williams announcing that the new Indiana Jones movie may be his last film project, Dallas & Ryan talk about their favorite rides featuring his scores. 00:31 - theme park news 12:31 - ranking rides featuring scores by John Williams Twitter & Instagram: @themeparkpd Email: themeparkparadise@theunikelyalliance.com Check out all of our content, including the podcast Dallas VS Ryan, at theunlikelyalliance.com

    Robertland
    Ep 117 “The Oinkster Special” W/ The Manolo

    Robertland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 49:27


    Rob & Ross talk Eagle Rock Staple THE OINKSTER With comedian THE MANOLO & a Fast Food minute with Zack Hillman! GUEST SOCIAL MEDIA - https://www.instagram.com/Themanolocomedy Robert Thompson Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/robertlandpodcast/ Rossco Soletrain - https://linktr.ee/rosscosoletrain The Robertland Podcast is a Theme Park / Amusement Park Podcast with a Oddball Comedic twist that leans NSFW. Hosts Robert Thompson and Rossco Soletrain explore the Theme and Amusement parks located World Wide and the Communities that revolve around them. Weather it be Parks, Hotels, Transportation, Landscaping, Restaurants, Rides, History, Memories, Consessions, Creators, Characters, Operaters, Owners or even the Hookers that work the nearby corners of the parks, Robertland brings Special Guests who share their unique experiences with our Special Audience. Enjoy.

    Bajo las Capuchas RGX
    Podcast 64: Efemérides, WWE, EL TIO SOMBRA y Blue Demon

    Bajo las Capuchas RGX

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 134:20


    En este Capitulo: Efemérides, WWE, EL TIO SOMBRA y Blue Demon Programas producidos por Cine en linea y retransmitidos en homenaje a la memoria de El Testigo Redes sociales: facebook.com/bajolascapuchas

    TFTI Podcast
    TFTI E.105 (WINGS, BEING OVER 30, AIRPORT RIDES!)

    TFTI Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 62:38


    Welcome back to TFTI! Don't you hate when they ask us to pick them up from the airport? Or how about to help you move when you know damn well you don't have a god back? Being over 30 you would think you'd feel different and be different. Wing! Damn why are they so damn expensive?  Follow us everywhere @TFTIPODCAST

    Poetize the News
    Gayden Rides the Rage

    Poetize the News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 29:00


    Topics include rising up and fighting back, using poetry instead of substances, and Quacky the Duck. Poems by President Joseph R. Gayden, Uncle Shappy Seasholtz, Jack McCarthy, Rebecca Baggett,  Matthew Cuban Hernandez, Jori Costello, and Deanna Starshine.

    Poetize the News
    Gayden Rides the Rage

    Poetize the News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 28:58


    Topics include rising up and fighting back, using poetry instead of substances, and Quacky the Duck. Poems by President Joseph R. Gayden, Uncle Shappy Seasholtz, Jack McCarthy, Rebecca Baggett,  Matthew Cuban Hernandez, Jori Costello, and Deanna Starshine.

    ALTNEWS.ES
    NO NOS CANSAMOS | Repaso a las principales noticias de los digitales, el precio justo y efemérides de hoy 29/06/2022

    ALTNEWS.ES

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 17:44


    ======================================= ✅TAMBIÉN TE RECOMENDAMOS ✅ También puedes escuchar nuestro Smooth Jazz Discover 75 con todas las novedades de la semana. https://www.ivoox.com/smooth-jazz-discover-75-audios-mp3_rf_88943921_1.html ✅ O puedes emocionarte con la nueva lista Smooth Jaazz Top 100 https://www.ivoox.com/smooth-jazz-top-100-27-al-03-audios-mp3_rf_89000170_1.html ✅ Escucha nuestro Smooth Jazz Classics 8 https://www.ivoox.com/smooth-jazz-classics-vol-8-audios-mp3_rf_88462541_1.html

    Grim Grinning Guys: Walt Disney World Planning (WDW)
    Ep. 218: Ranking the Dollywood Rides

    Grim Grinning Guys: Walt Disney World Planning (WDW)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 41:21


    Howdy, foolish mortals! Welcome back to the graveyard as today we visit a new park on the show...Dollywood! Travel with us back down to Pigeon Forge, TN, for a rootin' tootin' good time! Pardon the country accents as we get into the spirit of things, and of course be prepared for controversy. Do you agree with our rankings? If not let us know! Thanks for always listening, and enjoy the show!

    Steeples & Peoples: All Things Frederick County Maryland
    Join the Fun with Rides, Games, Music and Food at The Annual Walkersville Fire Department Carnival

    Steeples & Peoples: All Things Frederick County Maryland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 29:21


    Since the 1940s Walkersville fire department has been hosting an annual carnival and on this episode of the Steeples and Peoples podcast we will talk with the long time chairperson Vaughan Zimmerman to find out all that's included in this year‘s 2022 edition. We will speak with him about how the funds are used and just exactly when the carnival began along with what the motivation is each year as they host this annual festival on the Walkersville Fire Department property. He shares with us all about the rides, games,  concessions and everything else you'd wanna know including the live entertainment nightly. So prepare yourself as we roll into Frederick County‘s carnival season and get ready to make the drive over to Walkersville and enjoy all the things that they have to offer starting July 4.   79 West Frederick Street Walkersville, MD 21793 (301)600-9110 Social Hall or Carnival Grounds rental: 240-409-1984 Website: https://www.walkersvillefire.com  Facebook: walkersville fire department 11   ____________________________________________________________ Follow and Connect with Us ____________________________________________________________   Check out our websites, apps and much more www.steeplesandpeoples.com Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Steeples&Peoples Join the conversation on Twitter https://twitter.com/SteeplesPeoples Follow us on Instagram pics https://www.instagram.com/steeplesandpeoples                        Reach out to us on Snapchat at: steeplespeoples Watch our Tik Tok at: steeplesandpeoples ===========================  Feel free to let us know if you have any comments or questions By emailing us at: SteeplesandPeoples@gmail.com Steve Medley: voice intro and outro Don't forget to like, subscribe, and join us weekly to find out what's going on with "All Things Frederick County, Maryland" on the Steeples and Peoples podca

    Darrers podcast - Ràdio Tàrrega
    Efemèrides del 28/6/2022

    Darrers podcast - Ràdio Tàrrega

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


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    ALTNEWS.ES
    NO NOS CANSAMOS | Repaso a las principales noticias de los digitales, el precio justo y efemérides de hoy 28/06/2022

    ALTNEWS.ES

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 16:34


    Yolanda Ce nos trae las principales noticias de los medios de Internet con las secciones habituales que destacan y reflejan cómo nuestros políticos gestionan nuestro dinero y nuestro sistema de vida. Y después de tanta mala noticia... ======================================= ✅TAMBIÉN TE RECOMENDAMOS ✅ También puedes escuchar nuestro Smooth Jazz Discover 75 con todas las novedades de la semana. https://www.ivoox.com/smooth-jazz-discover-75-audios-mp3_rf_88943921_1.html ✅ O puedes emocionarte con la nueva lista Smooth Jaazz Top 100 https://www.ivoox.com/smooth-jazz-top-100-27-al-03-audios-mp3_rf_89000170_1.html ✅ Escucha nuestro Smooth Jazz Classics 8 https://www.ivoox.com/smooth-jazz-classics-vol-8-audios-mp3_rf_88462541_1.html

    The Coaster101 Podcast
    CGA's Land is Sold...Now About Those Rides...

    The Coaster101 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 44:38


    We weren't going to have a podcast this week. Then, the news broke that Cedar Fair had sold the land out from underneath California's Great America to a real estate developer, and the park would cease to operate sometime in the next 11 years. The land is sold...but California's Great America has a number of rides that could end up at other Cedar Fair parks. Join Andrew, Shane, Nick, and Northern California Resident who claims CGA as his home park, Eric to discuss the potential future of the roller coasters and more at California's Great America. No, we don't have insider information. It's purely speculation. We're having fun!  You can connect with the show by hitting us up on social media @Coaster101: Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Instagram. We also have a website, if you're into that sort of thing: www.coaster101.comAlso, be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode! And please give us a rating and review wherever you listen, it helps new listeners find us!Find the latest and greatest Coaster101 and theme park-inspired merch at c101.co/teepublic!Thanks to JM Music Design for providing our theme song. For more on them, check out jmmusicdesign.com.

    DBC Pod
    Top 5 rides to skip you next Disney trip, Holiday events at Walt Disney World, Harmonious Live, and much more!

    DBC Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 62:39


    Episode 115 ...  for the week of June 27, 2022  - and this is what is going on in our Disney World...What is Everybody Talking About?- Holidays at Walt Disney World - info released: return of Mickeys Very Merry Christmas Party (Source: Disney Parks Blog) and Cosmic Rewind Holiday overlay announced (Source: Blog Mickey)- Harmonious Live on Disney+ ... did it change views of the show? (Source: Disney Parks Blog)- Disney Patents "robotic sherpas" - good idea? (Source: Blog Mickey)Starts @2:43 ...Topic: Top 5 Attractions To Skip Your Next Disney Trip- Which rides or attractions would you skip on your next trip - or would you advise others to skip? Jason and Phil share their thoughts, and have somewhat different rationale for their lists Starts @29:19 ...Ask Me Anything:- With no time to prepare, what answers are provided?Starts @40:37 ...DBC Discord Engagement:1) What IP themes bar/lounge would you add to WDW?2) What features do you want to see with MagicBand+?Next week's topic: What are you (realistically, but optimistically) hoping to hear announced at D23?Starts @49:19 ...* Reminder to like, subscribe, rate, and review the DBC Pod wherever you get your podcast *Send us an e-mail! .... thedbcpodcast@gmail.comFollow us on social media:- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TheDBCPod/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheDBCPod- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDBCPod- YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/thedbcpod- TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thedbcpod- Discord Server: https://discord.com/invite/cJ8Vxf4BmQNote: This podcast is not affiliated with any message boards, blogs, news sites, or other podcasts

    The JP Emerson Show
    From Elegant Rides to Serious Supercars, The Gentleman Racer Mike Satterfield is Your Guide to Cars, Adventure, Style and Culture

    The JP Emerson Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 58:22


    Perhaps best known as the Gentleman racer, Michael Satterfield is dedicated to living life at full speed and embracing the adventure. Rooted in the belief that our stories are less about the cars and more about where it can take you, he chronicles compelling stories, interviews, and features covering subjects that help enhance your life, elevate your style and help you live life to the fullest. Connect with Mike:TheGentlemanRacer.comTheGentlemanRacer.com | FacebookThe Gentleman Racer® (@TheGentRacer) / TwitterLogin • InstagramThe Gentleman Racer - YouTubeRBR Brandshttps://imboldn.com/digest/behind-the-wheel-with-the-gentleman-racer/ Show information:How to contact and connect with JP Emersonwww.jpemerson.comTwitter: @The_jpemersonemail: jp@jpemerson.com For more podcasts on cars check out Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast at www.TheMustangPodcast.com or at Apple Podcasts or anywhere you get your podcastsFor more information about sponsorship or advertising on The JP Emerson Show or podcast launch services contact Doug Sandler at doug@turnkeypodcast.com or visit www.turnkeypodcast.com

    The JP Emerson Show
    From Elegant Rides to Serious Supercars, The Gentleman Racer Mike Satterfield is Your Guide to Cars, Adventure, Style and Culture

    The JP Emerson Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 58:23


    Perhaps best known as the Gentleman racer, Michael Satterfield is dedicated to living life at full speed and embracing the adventure. Rooted in the belief that our stories are less about the cars and more about where it can take you, he chronicles compelling stories, interviews, and features covering subjects that help enhance your life, elevate your style and help you live life to the fullest. Connect with Mike:TheGentlemanRacer.comTheGentlemanRacer.com | FacebookThe Gentleman Racer® (@TheGentRacer) / TwitterLogin • InstagramThe Gentleman Racer - YouTubeRBR Brandshttps://imboldn.com/digest/behind-the-wheel-with-the-gentleman-racer/ Show information:How to contact and connect with JP Emersonwww.jpemerson.comTwitter: @The_jpemersonemail: jp@jpemerson.com For more podcasts on cars check out Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast at www.TheMustangPodcast.com or at Apple Podcasts or anywhere you get your podcastsFor more information about sponsorship or advertising on The JP Emerson Show or podcast launch services contact Doug Sandler at doug@turnkeypodcast.com or visit www.turnkeypodcast.com

    The Morning Mix
    Free boat rides at Summerfest this year!!

    The Morning Mix

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 4:55


    Here's what's new at the Big Gig!

    The Happiest Hour On Earth
    Ep 54: Best Rides at Disneyland!

    The Happiest Hour On Earth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 60:40


    Join us this week as we discuss the BEST must-do rides at Disneyland! Whether you're a Walt Disney World native and haven't been to Disneyland before, or it's just been a long time, we hope you find this episode helpful! For those whose home park is Disneyland, we hope you enjoy and we'd love to discuss your favorites on Instagram!

    Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword
    Thursday, June 23, 2022 - ACME rides again!

    Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 14:18


    An ingenious theme in today's crossword, an anti-rebus -- instead of multiple letters scrunched into one square, we have two letters expanding out of ... nothing, just like the Big Bang (although not quite as noisy). Today's crossword was by Jeff Chen, and that means quality. Clues like 38A, One of two in 2/22/22, SLASH, and the amazing (and debut word)  21A, Carnivorous : meat :: carpophagous : ________, FRUIT are just a few of the many Easter eggs that await the diligent spelunker of today's grid.

    Emily Chang’s Tech Briefing
    Cruise begins to charge for driverless taxi rides in San Francisco

    Emily Chang’s Tech Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 3:36


    General Motors has just started charging people who hail one of its self-driving Cruise taxis in parts of San Francisco.  For more, KCBS Radio news anchor Margie Shafer spoke with Bloomberg News autos reporter David Welch.

    Mountain Mysteries: Tales from Appalachia
    Ghost Train Rides Again

    Mountain Mysteries: Tales from Appalachia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 33:48


    Join us this week as we dive into the Bostian Train disaster of 1891.  This tragic event took the lives of over 20 people.  Could these victims be destined to ride the train over and over again on every anniversary?  Follow us on all the things!Facebook: Mountain Mysteries: Tales from AppalachiaInstagram: Mountainmysteries.appalachiaGmail: mountainmysteries.appalachian@gmail.comPatreon: Patreon.com/mountainmysteriesSupport the show

    Rumble in the Morning
    News with Shelley 6-22-2022 …It would be best if he rides in a car instead of riding his bike

    Rumble in the Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 15:59


    News with Shelley 6-22-2022 …It would be best if he rides in a car instead of riding his bike

    Disney My Way
    Rides You Should NEVER Wait More Than An Hour

    Disney My Way

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 39:31


    On this episode, Lane, Micah, Mike, & Myra discuss rides at Walt Disney World that are never worth an hour wait!!!  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dismyway Instagram: https://instagram.com/disneymywaypodcastSupport the show

    DBC Pod
    Top 5 rides to add/change IP to, Cosmic Rewind Virtual Queue strategy, "Delayed Stack" Genie+ strategy, and much more!

    DBC Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 66:56


    Episode 114 ...  for the week of June 20, 2022  - and this is what is going on in our Disney World...What is Everybody Talking About?- Virtual Queue process for Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind - how to best secure one and what day of the week to avoid! Source: Gerarar on WDW Magic- "Delayed Stack" Genie+ Lightning Lane method at EPCOT - source: Blog Mickey - Construction progress on Tron and our predictions for when it opens (source: DSNY video)Starts @3:08 ...Topic: Top 5 Attractions We Would Add/Change IP:- These are the 5 attractions we each would either add IP to or change the existing IP for at Walt Disney WorldStarts @26:31 ...Ask Me Anything:- With no time to prepare, what answers are provided?Starts @37:31 ...Attractionality: Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room:- We discuss our rankings for this classic attraction and also if we think Disney could ever get rid of itStarts @44:48 ...DBC Discord Engagement: 1) What pavilion would you add to World Showcase?2) How should Disney handle it for guests with a paid ILL and the attraction is in "B Mode"?Next week's topic: What features do you want to see with MagicBand+?Starts @53:58 ...DBC Recommends: Ms. Marvel:- The new Disney+ MCU series is a great family show, very fun, and we recommend it!Starts @1:04:06 ...* Reminder to like, subscribe, rate, and review the DBC Pod wherever you get your podcast *Send us an e-mail! .... thedbcpodcast@gmail.comFollow us on social media:- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TheDBCPod/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheDBCPod- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDBCPod- YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/thedbcpod- TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thedbcpod- Discord Server: https://discord.com/invite/cJ8Vxf4BmQNote: This podcast is not affiliated with any message boards, blogs, news sites, or other podcasts

    Nihongo SWiTCH
    のる: Ride (noru) on other than rides?

    Nihongo SWiTCH

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 9:51


    Ken, Colleen, & Kurt Podcast
    Are Carnival Rides the Worst?

    Ken, Colleen, & Kurt Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 5:48


    Kurt to carnival rides...a huge NOPE!

    Disney Assembled
    Vibes or Rides? *Magic Kingdom Edition

    Disney Assembled

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 32:07


    Hey Howdy Hey! Welcome to episode 123 of Disney Assembled!!! In the Magic Kingdom, some people like certain lands for the vibes. Some like them for the rides. In this episode, we take a walk through WDW's Magic Kingdom and share if we are Team Vibes or Team Rides in each land. If you enjoy the show, please consider helping us out. Buy us a Dole Whip! Become a member and get extra content on Patreon. Subscribe to the show on your podcast player of choice. If you are able, consider giving us a 5-star rating and review. Find and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Visit our Disney Assembled store to purchase some excellent Disney Assembled merch. Have a Disney Dad Joke of the Week for consideration? Have an idea for a future episode? Want to share a story for our "What the...?" series? Follow and shoot us a message on our socials: @DisneyAssembled on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok or email us at disneyassembled@gmail.com. Our show can also be heard on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9am EST on Magic of the Mouse Radio. Be sure to check out our Spotify Playlist, "Disney Assembled's Favorites" - click here to listen. You can find links to all of the above, as well as links to where you can subscribe to the show, on our website: disneyassembled.com See you real soon! Troy & Mimi :) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/disneyassembled/message

    Robertland
    Ep 115 "Randy's Donuts Special" W/ Rossco Soletrain & Randy Madden

    Robertland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 37:35


    Rob & Ross talk Southern California Staple RANDY'S DONUTS With Rockin' Randy Madden & a Fast Food minute with Zack Hillman! GUEST SOCIAL MEDIA - https://www.instagram.com/Randymadden Robert Thompson Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/robertlandpodcast/ Rossco Soletrain - https://linktr.ee/rosscosoletrain The Robertland Podcast is a Theme Park / Amusement Park Podcast with a Oddball Comedic twist that leans NSFW. Hosts Robert Thompson and Rossco Soletrain explore the Theme and Amusement parks located World Wide and the Communities that revolve around them. Weather it be Parks, Hotels, Transportation, Landscaping, Restaurants, Rides, History, Memories, Consessions, Creators, Characters, Operaters, Owners or even the Hookers that work the nearby corners of the parks, Robertland brings Special Guests who share their unique experiences with our Special Audience. Enjoy.

    Nameless and Unfamous
    Clarks Fun Facts - Drunk pig rides, Inventors are Bros, and Japanese bathrooms.

    Nameless and Unfamous

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 32:06


    In the 1900's you can ride this, and be drunk. These inventors have races for fun. Japan always has weird inventions, but could you do this? Rojo is awful at Dad jokes, which is why they need ADM ONE. We can't stop talking about EJ and Vegas.

    The Ben Joravsky Show
    Oh, What a Week: "Rahm Rides Trains & Pritzker's Primary Plan"

    The Ben Joravsky Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 42:32


    Time for Ben & Dr. D to run through a week of news. There's a blast from the past--an update on Rahm and his love for trains. Was Ken Davis correct? Also, an analysis of Governor Pritzker's curious election strategy in regards to the Republican primary. Ben is skeptical. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Theme Park Paradise
    Water Parks & Rides

    Theme Park Paradise

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 32:33


    Dallas and Ryan continue their two episode a month format for the summer with an episode about water parks and rides, including Volcano Bay and Splash Mountain. Twitter & Instagram: @themeparkpd Email: themeparkparadise@theunikelyalliance.com Check out all of our content, including the podcast Dallas & Ryan, at theunlikelyalliance.com

    We Like Theme Parks
    WLTP #225 - Are Disney Cruises worth the price? With Special guest, The Big Fat Panda!

    We Like Theme Parks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 68:51


    This week on We Like Theme Parks, it's all about Disney Cruises! Yes, they are expensive, but are they really that much better from all the other cruise lines? Well today, we are joined by John Saccheri, The Big Fat Panda, from bigfatpanda.com and The Dis! The Panda has just returned from another Disney Cruise and the timing couldn't be better! Our audience wants to know....is a Disney Cruise worth it? Well the Panda is here to answer that magic question for all you Disnerds!And since we are talking Disney cruises, we deliver 4 new ideas for themed Disney days at sea for Disney cruiselines with Armchair Imagineering! And finally, the Panda and Bondo have tips for all you first time Disney cruisers! So get your dramamine and your thong, cause we are about to set sail and it's all happening right here on the 225th episode of We Like Theme Parks!

    Nick Luck Daily Podcast
    Ep 507 - Crosse rides Rest to sleep

    Nick Luck Daily Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:00


    Nick is joined by ITV broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the latest news and events in the racing world. Bringing you this podcast from Day 3 of Royal Ascot, they lead with the big story from yesterday, the success of State of Rest in the Prince of Wales's Stakes, a first Royal Ascot victory for trainer Joseph O'Brien, who joins Nick to discuss, and for rider Shane Crosse, widely praised for his tactical acumen on the winner. Nick and Rishi also consider the varying fortunes of International riders Irad Ortiz and James MacDonald, look ahead to Stradivarius in the Gold Cup, and ask whether the Queen's Reach for the Moon has a straightforward task. Freddie Meade, co-trainer of Zechariah, also drops in to share the agony of going down in the week's tightest finish with his name on the license for the first time.

    In The Money Players' Podcast
    Nick Luck Daily Ep 507 - Crosse rides Rest to sleep

    In The Money Players' Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:01


    Nick is joined by ITV broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the latest news and events in the racing world. Bringing you this podcast from Day 3 of Royal Ascot, they lead with the big story from yesterday, the success of State of Rest in the Prince of Wales's Stakes, a first Royal Ascot victory for trainer Joseph O'Brien, who joins Nick to discuss, and for rider Shane Crosse, widely praised for his tactical acumen on the winner. Nick and Rishi also consider the varying fortunes of International riders Irad Ortiz and James MacDonald, look ahead to Stradivarius in the Gold Cup, and ask whether the Queen's Reach for the Moon has a straightforward task. Freddie Meade, co-trainer of Zechariah, also drops in to share the agony of going down in the week's tightest finish with his name on the license for the first time.

    COW's Podcast
    Unexpected Bronc Rides

    COW's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 54:46


    Posted 6/13/22This week the C.O.W.boys are riding bucking horses, unexpectedly. Along with some fun and lively conversation on the topic, you'll also hear some great music from Dave Stamey (Talking' Bronc Ballet Blues), Corb Lund (Especially a Paint), Riders in the Sky (That's How the Yodel was Born), and Brenn Hill (Too Hurt to Heal). There is also some great cowboy poetry this week from Gary McMahan (Getting in Nature's Way). We'll have the ever popular Dick's Pick (Colorado Trail), Cowpoke Poetry, and a whole bunch of goofin' off too!

    Five Dirty Bikers
    S4 | EP 23 Group Rides

    Five Dirty Bikers

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 65:01


    Do you do it in a group or do you do it solo? Small group? Big group? Do you have rules for doing it in a group? Or do you through caution to the wind and just go for it?Join the crew as we discuss group rides and the usual highly intellectual philosophical topics. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Buy some FDB merch here- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Go here to join our FREE Discord!Visit Five Dirty Bikers on social media!FacebookInstagramTikTok- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Visit the website: www.fivedirtybikers.com

    The Season Pass: The Essential Theme Park Podcast
    Nick's ERT #86 - ERT Trip Trilogy (Part 2) - Returning to Phantasialand

    The Season Pass: The Essential Theme Park Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 54:09


    Nick, Chris, Nikki, Jo and Harrison go to Phantasialand to experience the old classics - such as Taron, Chiapas, River Quest and - new for them - F.L.Y and its surrounding land and hotel! Does it live up to the hype? Find out here! 

    EVOQ.BIKE Cycling Podcast
    Crash & Burn Cycling Trainer Session; What Gives? Rest Days Before Hard Rides

    EVOQ.BIKE Cycling Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 7:29


    Sometimes workouts go awry. Take a step back and critically think of why. Talk to your coach or training buddy (I keep saying this because even though we are a coaching company, I just want you to get faster and enjoy the journey!) Here's the email exchange...... don't forget to check out the blog: https://www.evoq.bike/blog Athlete: My face this morning...

    Shaun and Von
    E95: Shaun rides solo to discuss Games 2 & 3 of NBA Finals and NFL news

    Shaun and Von

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 47:51


    This week on Shaun and Von, Shaun rides solo! First, Shaun discusses the Warriors winning game two (3:05) and the Celtics winning game three (22:00) in the NBA Finals before game four on Friday night. Then Shaun closes it out with headlines (38:50), including the Rams' unlimited payroll and two QBs excused from mini-camp. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    KNBR Podcast
    6-9 Bruce Jenkins joins Papa & Lund and says that the success of the Warriors rides on Draymond's play and that he has a lot to prove in Game 4

    KNBR Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 11:09


    Bruce Jenkins joins Papa & Lund and says that the success of the Warriors rides on Draymond's play and that he has a lot to prove in Game 4  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Mixed Tag
    The Cowboy Rides Again: Episode 123

    Mixed Tag

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 42:48


    On a very special episode of Mixed Tag... JARED WATSON IS BACK! Taking his rightful place alongside Keith when talking AEW interim title picture, the fallout from the MJF 'pipe bomb' promo and then extolling the virtues of one Cody Rhodes in WWE. That is, until another voice is heard... whose? You'll have to listen and find out! 

    We Like Theme Parks
    WLTP News Update - Dream Keys, Super Nintendo World coming, HHN Speculation Maps & Stone Cold at the Brown Derby

    We Like Theme Parks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 54:05


    So much news to cover in the world of Disney and Universal Studios and the We Like Theme Parks crew have all the details and commentary for your Disnerdy ears! What are we talking about?!Disney stops selling Dream Keys!Super Nintendo Land is coming to Hollywood soon!Stone Cold Steve Austin calls his signature a fake at the Brown Derby!Halloween Horror Nights Speculation maps! And Minnie Vans are back!!!All your Disnerdy news is hot and ready for your mouse ears right here on We Like Theme Parks!!#disneyvlog #disneyparks #welikethemeparks #Disneyworld #disneyland #disneycreator #disneyvlog #disnerdynetwork #youtuber #podcaster

    Add Passion and Stir
    No Kid Hungry's Chefs Cycle Rides Again

    Add Passion and Stir

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 12:27


    Since 2015, Chefs Cycle has given chefs an outlet to fight hunger AND push their own physical limits. After a two-year break due to COVID, the Chefs Cycle event returned in 2022 – with an intentionally smaller footprint to keep things safe – with a two-day, 200 mile ride in the Santa Rosa region of California. With more than 90 riders, a mix of new and returning, the event exceeded its goal of $500k raising more than $800k for the No Kid Hungry campaign. Add Passion and Stir talks with some of this year's riders -- Thomas Pisha-Duffly of Gado Gado in Portland, OR; Baruch Laskin of The Laskin in Calgary; Jamie Carawan of Buffalo Wild Wings; Elaine Cizma who rode with her dad Ted Cizma of Stellar Pizza; and Damien Hanft of Inspire Brands -- about why they ride.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
    Gravel Rides Scotland with author Ed Shoote

    The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 32:40


    This week we sit down with the author of Gravel Rides Scotland, Ed Shoote to learn about the history of gravel cycling in Scotland and why it should be on top of your list of gravel travel destinations. Gravel Ride Scotland Book Episode sponsor: Athletic Greens Support the Podcast Join The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Gravel Rides Scotland [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. This week on the podcast. We welcome ed chute. He's the author of gravel ride Scotland. Many of you frequent listeners of the podcast will know I'm a big fan of the idea of gravel travel. So when this book came across my desk, I was super excited to dig in. I hadn't thought much about riding in Scotland and after seeing some of the pictures and reading some of the descriptions of these rides, it's definitely on my list of places to go. We dig in a little bit about the history of gravel roads in Scotland, how ed came to the sport of gravel cycling and what inspired him to write this great resource guide for all of us, I'll put a link to the book in the show notes. Everybody knows how to find it. And I hope you enjoy the conversation with ed. Before we jump in i need to thank this week sponsor our friends at athletic greens. Athletic greens is literally a product that I take every day. I discovered athletic greens many years ago, as I was recovering from my treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma. I was looking for something that had the vitamins, minerals and probiotics that I needed to kind of just give me baseline support. After I was through that difficult period of my life. I realized that this was sort of a baseline thing I needed for all my athletic endeavors as well. With one scoop of athletic greens, you're absorbing 75 high quality vitamins minerals, whole food source, superfoods. Probiotics and APTA gins. To help you start your day, right? It's a special blend of ingredients to support your gut health. Your nervous system, your immune system, your energy, your recovery, your focus and aging. All the things. I went out on a wet ride with my friend, Jason. On Sunday of this week, we got caught out there on our gravel bikes and relate to a little bit of a punishing day. From a weather perspective. I was pretty drained and I actually, when that happens to me, I come back and I take a second. Cup full of athletic greens, just figuring I'm going to just top it off. When my energy is depleted, it's something that I mixed with ice and shakeups. So it's pretty simple. It's something I travel with in little packets. It's pretty easy to get into a routine. And for me, I've just always felt comfortable that again, I'm covering my nutritional basis . I encourage you to check it out, to see if it's something that might fit for you to make it easy. Athletic greens is going to give you a free one year supply of immune supporting vitamin D and five free travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is that the athletic greens.com/the gravel ride. Again, that's athletic greens.com/the gravel ride. To take ownership of your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance. Would that business from our friends out of the way, let's jump right into my interview with ed. Hey ed, welcome to the show. [00:03:28] Ed Shoote: Alright, thanks for having me on, [00:03:30] Craig Dalton: Cheers. Where are you located today? [00:03:31] Ed Shoote: So I'm just south of Edinburgh in Scotland. So a little town called peoples it's a. [00:03:37] Craig Dalton: for the listener. This is all gonna come together. Why it's important that he's in Scotland and what we're going to be talking about today. As I mentioned in the intro. We always like to start off ed, just by getting a. little bit about your background and maybe how you discovered cycling and when off-road cycling became a passion of yours. [00:03:55] Ed Shoote: Yeah. So, for those you who know accents I've not got a Scottish accent. So actually I grew up in the Southeast of England in this. Which is pretty flat. So I didn't really get into kind of mountain biking. Off-road riding hugely until I was probably about 17 or 18. I just grew up riding road bikes and time trials and then realized that was quite good base, I guess, to do a mountain bike. And so I started doing cross country racing in the late nineties, early two thousands, I guess. And then just got the puck for off-road riding. So, so as all good cyclists. University of college based on where the best biking was. And that's kind of what, w what took off for me, I guess my mountain biking kind of passion. [00:04:32] Craig Dalton: where you staying in the UK for university. [00:04:35] Ed Shoote: Yeah. So I just went to the north of England. It tackled York which is great. Yes. Great spot to stop actually visiting. Cause it's got loads of history, but it's also surrounded by Hills. Really nice mountain biking terrain as well. Yeah, the course was, is a small consideration, but yet it was just the perfect spot for the analyst to select in ready. [00:04:52] Craig Dalton: And the UK obviously has got such a rich history of cycling across all disciplines, including mountain biking. [00:04:59] Ed Shoote: yeah. Yeah. You kind of get pockets, I guess, of real passion for road riding and mountain bike and where I am now in Scotland is it's huge amounts of biking. We have a lot of injury world series. Now bike is based here and. Right. Is coming up through the youth ranks as well. So it's a real buzz here and I guess yeah, like Edinburgh just north has got a really good road scene. So yeah, it's always a pocket of psych dinner, some chronic scenes wherever you are in the country, which is, yeah, it's great. It's great to see [00:05:25] Craig Dalton: And at university, were you studying? Writing as a discipline. [00:05:30] Ed Shoote: No, I studied mountain biking indirectly, actually. So. It's all fenced together. No, I was doing kind of a pied economics, which was focusing on environmental issues and mountain biking kind of fit it into that food forestry management. So it's again boring probably, but yeah, so I actually ended up doing a dissertation on mountain biking and the impact of mountain biking, which is, yeah, this is great. It was great. [00:05:52] Craig Dalton: Yeah, Amazing. And then from, I understand you spent some time abroad at some point after that. [00:05:58] Ed Shoote: Yeah, so that, that was kind of the last time I lived in England thought. Yeah, pretty much. That's how I sit in England actually thinking about it. Yeah, so I left from university, went traveling and then I got to work in DC to Canada. So I went to Southeast Asia then worked in British Columbia and Canada in mountain biking in the summer. One of the ski resorts south of bike park in the summer, which is really cool. So I've got a lot of writing out there. You actually loved it and stayed out there for a bit and then just got kind of a ski bug as well. So we ended up doing ski seasons in New Zealand and then in Europe as well. So I got that. And then, yeah, the passion for cycling, I guess, came back again when I moved back to Scotland from France. And yeah, that's kind of where I really got stuck into cycling. Yeah. [00:06:38] Craig Dalton: And at what point did gravel cycling, intersect with your passion for cycling? [00:06:43] Ed Shoote: I'd always been into mountain biking. And I think what kind of took me that next kind of level of backwards towards kind of gravel riding for mountain biking was contouring and long distance riding. So I got into doing these massive trips. So I had this amazing job, which was eight months of the year, so four months off. So I spent those four months basically doing big tours. So I cycled to estimate. [00:07:02] Craig Dalton: No. [00:07:03] Ed Shoote: It's a three consecutive years. I think it was in a row across Europe. And then in the second year I carried on writing and I was just trying to do that more and more on gravel probable right, routes and gravel tracks. So I could get away from the roads really and get into some more remote places. And it just seemed a great way to explore it. And that was kind of at the same point that manufacturers were getting into this idea of gravel bikes as a thing, and an adventure bikes. And I worked with a UK bike manufacturer. Support them developing one of these kind of gravel adventure bikes as they were at the time. And it just went hand in hand and as I got that bike, it then got me more and more doing these tours pretty much all on gravel roads, gravel tracks in central Asia. A lot of the time as well. I did have about four trips to central Asia. I'm getting kind of stuck into gravel, riding Kurdistan and and places like that. So that's yeah, that's where I got the gravel. But from. [00:07:50] Craig Dalton: Wow. What would that type of touring terrain were you, what type of setup where you creating on your bike? You said you worked with a manufacturer. What was your dream setup for the type of riding that you were doing at that point? [00:08:01] Ed Shoote: well, just before I did that, I was in Canada and I saw the tour divide races and they would just don't use bike back bags and they send a saddle packs and BARR bags which now we see everywhere, but at the time were really caught my eye and I was like, wow that's a solution to kind of the tour. And I'm doing. Ditching the pantyhose, which always break the racks come loose. They wobble, they bounce us. You know, I was looking for something else and I approached 'em to come up with after dura in the UK. I would just kind of design in these bags. One of the first ones was only over here to be doing it. And yeah just seeing the solution to what I was doing. And it means you have to reduce your kid. Cause you've got a saddlebag framed bag and a ball bag. I'm trying to get into some pretty remote places. And as we know now, it can be done about at the time. Head-scratching how you could get your kit. This is almost 10 years ago now Peggy that your get into the small bags and I was kind of looking at different tents and all the sounds that we now take for granted a bit to get it in there. And yeah, it just works so well. And I think that's why it's taken off so much in the kind of 10 years since really. [00:08:58] Craig Dalton: Yeah, a hundred percent. We've had the team at Afra on the podcast before. And. the evolution of bags from when we were kids in terms of pen, years down to what is now on the bikes today is just incredible. The bikes can be so rideable and so much fun with that, with those bags on versus once you put a pannier on back in the day, the bike felt like a different type of beast, and maybe it was good for riding in a straight line, but if you wanted to go off road with it, it became a little bit less. [00:09:28] Ed Shoote: Yeah. I remember the first tour, big tour we did was north to south of New Zealand, which is always good place to start touring as well as a really good country to do. And then I, that cell from Oakland and the bike was so back heavy with the panniers. I couldn't get the front wheel down. It was just wheeling almost down the street. And I was just scratching my head, how I'm going to get this bike around New Zealand. So just that kind of everyone does, I guess when they do the first tour, they have way too much stuff and it was all packed house. Yeah. And that was quite a long time ago. So yeah, each trip you kind of evolved, I guess, in your learning and equipment and set up as well. [00:09:59] Craig Dalton: Yeah, absolutely. And obviously like the equipment with the dyspraxia and the wider tires has really just made the overall experience so much better. [00:10:09] Ed Shoote: yeah, for me, I'm pretty tall. So I'm six or four. So I, I know when there's a headwind as well. It's fair to say. So given the drop bars on the gravel bike, Huge difference for me to get that kind of tuck in. And then you kind of tucking in behind the bar bag and the Saddleback everything's in line and yeah, it's one of those central Asian trips. We've had ridiculous headwinds and it feels like with pioneers of the first trips we did, it kind of felt like it was literally pushing it backwards. You weren't making progress. So having these drop bars, these bags and me kind of like getting in an arrow, tuck in, cut in the middle of nowhere, it was such a better way. [00:10:42] Craig Dalton: right. Right. And when did you ultimately end up settling in Scotland? [00:10:48] Ed Shoote: Yeah, so I did a quite few of these trips. Like I said, I was working, it was actually out France in the end. When the UK was part of the EU and we could work in France easily get into that. And then I moved back to Scotland to get a job in another job, actually. No, I think that to Scotland. Get a bit homesick, I guess I've been in the UK. So we came back and set up where I am now in the tables in the south of Scotland, because it's like, it's really good here. Yeah just stuff that we needed to kind of change and to come back. And my wife was looking for a different job as well, to be honest. So, so we got here in the, yeah. And then we've just kind of loved Scotland and the writing we can do here. [00:11:23] Craig Dalton: And were you starting to see the rise of, in terms of the number of gravel, cyclists in Scotland? [00:11:30] Ed Shoote: Yeah, I think so. I'm trying to think of when we moved back in about 20, 20, 15. And I could go out and I wouldn't see a soul on these riots and I ended up, I was quite sick coming back, so I trained for kind of 24 hour racing and stuff like that. So I was doing a lot of miles and I would rarely see anyone. And it was a novelty to see type. And definitely over the next kind of five years, I've gone from feeling like I'm the only one doing this, to see entire tracks to meet you too, you know, meeting people now. And everyone's on gravel bikes pretty much on these as well. And yeah, it's just been great to see. And the the opportunities I guess, has gotten as well. Like I had a year where I did a different link from my door pretty much every day, same trails, possibly, but in different variations with different variations of them. And I just kind of. Change, I guess in like variation, I don't like riding the same route. And I think having that here is what's attracted me. And obviously that's attracting loads of writers as well to come and come at school. This is tracks that weren't really being used. I guess. [00:12:27] Craig Dalton: Yeah. From looking at your book, grab a ride, Scotland. The terrain just looks amazing. There's a lot of great photography in there. What inspired you to write this book? And why is it important to you? [00:12:43] Ed Shoote: I like to have some great story about it. I just don't say no to stuff generally when someone asks me to do it and I said yeah, why not? I'll write a book on gravel riding. I know a lot of good routes. So, so I went for an yeah, that's kind of where I am now, but it didn't take much because I've been doing so much writing. It kind of came naturally as to where I thought it should be. And the plan behind it form quite quickly. I really wanted destinations within Scotland for gravel line. So there's one here where I am, because there's so much gravel writing and there's about six or seven in the book based around these kinds of hubs of where I think there's a really good cost as a gravel rights. And that came together quite quickly. And I was really kind of passionate about this idea of centers of gravel writing centers of excellence. You could call it kind of a gravel riding and getting these routes around those. And yeah, I was really keen to covet that kind of mix between a guide traditional guide, but you put in your pocket and a coffee table kind of inspiration. Based cause I already want to get someone with photography, which is something I've kind of done over the trips for the last 10 years or so kind of worked up top skills through all those kind of adventures. Yeah. It just, it really nicely together and yeah, it's just got more and more excited about it. I guess as a side thing. [00:13:44] Craig Dalton: So as you started to sort of divide up the country or those geographic areas that, that the chapters are in effectively, are those oriented around like where the terrain is or those areas of Scotland that everybody talks about? [00:13:57] Ed Shoote: Yeah it's an interesting one because gravel riding doesn't necessarily fit with where the hot spots soar as a Mar in Scotland. So the west coast and the islands are really beautiful and stunning. Yeah. Partly the weather and the climate and the Rocky landscape there, you often find that the gravel tracks are really quite rough and hard work. The tracks often go one way. So they go to a beach or they go to a farm or a hilltops econ linked together. So actually some of the natural destinations has gotten don't work for gravel to the south where I am now works really well because we've got an abundance of forests, more land or drove roads where the cattle used to be. Driven into markets 200 years ago. It's just some really good historical roots as well. And that's kind of, yeah, I guess, reflected across Scotland. So, they're not your traditional kind of places to go. It's gone, but there's still amazing places. They've got castles. They've got locks, they've got mountains, but they're not the kind of hotspots that you might come over if you're doing like a must do tour of Scotland. So I think there's, yeah, it's nice for people coming over to get, to see a little bit more and as cheesy going real Scotland, you know, a little bit away from. Get out your car and take a photo of this announcing that everyone does in Scotland. So, yeah, [00:15:05] Craig Dalton: I mean, I think that was gravel, cyclists. That's something we all appreciate. Just even in our own backyard, just being able to see things that the majority of people aren't ever visiting, just because of the range in which we get with these bikes, if you've got a good sense of address. One of the things I, one of the things I liked about the book was there was a couple of pages on sort of the history of gravel in Scotland, not the sport of gravel cycling, but just gravel in general. And as a, as an American, I just thought it was really interesting to read about how these roads. Arrived in Scotland and what they were for originally. Do you want to spend a couple of minutes just talking about briefly that the history, because I think it's a novel from a us perspective anyway. [00:15:49] Ed Shoote: Yeah, I really enjoyed putting that in and I think yeah, I, yeah, it's inspired people because each Scrabble track has a story behind the hair and I guess they all do, but here in particular, they can be kind of categorized into these time periods. And we go back to the Roman theories when the Romans invaded the U S. They built these classic Roman roads, which are all in straight lines and some of those kind of cross into Scotland. And that's where the history of gravel starts in this book. So we're talking about the surface, as you say, rich. So, so these were kind of gravel, early gravel, Roman gravel roads and the legacy of those still exist today. So some of the routes will follow. Dear street is one of the famous Roman roads as straight up north. So that's kind of where we kind of start with the history of it. The next key kind of development, I guess, is what I touched on before is these drove roads, which is it's mind boggling really it's where they took the cattle from the Highlands or from the fells to the market. But we're not talking say a 10, 10 mile trip. We're talking the length of the country, which I know in the U S is probably not massive, but they drove them down to London from Scotland, which is, I dunno, 5, 6, 700 miles. They were walking with cattle to sell them at the market and they'd walk. And they did that on these routes across the Highlands, essentially all the way. And these became established trading routes. They got better surfaced and a lot of them still exists. A lot of them are tarmacked into two main routes road routes, but a lot of them existed these gravel roads. So, Grover tracks. So yeah, I think there's quite a few points out in the book. The next kind of stage is Scotland's history. It's where. The English. I'm trying to choose my words carefully here as an English, but when the English basically came up and impose their rule, let's say to joint by the union to Scotland became part of the United Kingdom. And to do that, there was the kind of uprisings against it from the Scots and the English bill, quite a lot of military roads to kind of question this in the 17 hundreds. And a lot of those were built a very good standard and starting bridges across rivers and. Widespread on the maps and they are generally the backbone, a lot of the big gravel routes that, that we now ride in Scotland. Again, a lot of them up on Altamont roads, but a lot of them still exist in pretty similar form to what they were like two, 300 years ago. And you can kind of imagine these kinds of lesions of soldiers muscling through the myths and the folk from ruined Fort to ruin castle it's quite evocative. It's yeah, it's an interesting time in Scottish history, really. And gravel was at the heart of it. The next thing really is the big estates we have here. So we call them a states that kind of landed Gentry in the upper class. What huge swaves of Scotland to go basically hunting and shooting as a, as recreation, and to do that. They defiling clearances. They basically pushed out all the Scots and the love of the locals who lived there. And a lot of them then immigrated up to north America and lost their homes and livelihood. Chapter and Scottish history. And from that, a lot of tracks were lost because the houses in the villages went, but actually the new estates put in a lot of tracks. And we're seeing that again, more recently coming up to two kind of modern day, they're putting a lot of land rovers tracks with Jeep tracks to, to access the states for shooting still. And that's controversial in some courses, but for gravel riding, it just opens up miles and miles of these. We have the right to access and Scotland, which is another key factor. So we have an open access code, which allows us to respond to the access pretty much any track we see so long as it's not conflicting, kind of with the land use or kind of industry that's operating on its own. So that basically means we can go anywhere. So all these tracks exist and we can put them and ride them, which is really good. So yeah. [00:19:13] Craig Dalton: I saw that. I saw that legal note in the book and found that fascinating again as a north American. And I remember also experiencing this in New Zealand. It's just, it makes so much sense if there's land and you're using it responsibly, you're welcome to enjoy it. And there's no impediments across the board. [00:19:29] Ed Shoote: Yeah, it's one of the reasons I moved to Scotland because in England, you don't have that in England. We have it in Scotland. And yeah it's responsible access. So it's thinking about kind of your actions and. Taking note of what countryside is being useful, but yeah it's amazing. Yeah, I, couldn't not live somewhere where we can do that. I think you just take it for granted. [00:19:48] Craig Dalton: Yeah. When you think about inviting people to Scotland to ride, what type of equipment do you think is best? Does it, you know, in the U S I think it varies so dramatically. Like you can, you know, you can be in Florida, riding dirt roads and be on a glorified road bike versus, you know, here in Marin county, I want big tires and frankly, I'm a fan of suspension on gravel bikes. [00:20:09] Ed Shoote: I think generally expect a little bit rougher than what I think you're used to over there. Cause I think our kind of dream gravel is probably more your standard gravel where it's smooth and Nazi bumpy. It's generally a bit more Rocky, a bit coarser. And in the book I grade it from one to five, one being kind of your smooth gravel grinding kind of race tracks that you've got to think of as there's loads of long races. Whereas we could generally sit in the middle where we have a ton of Clayton, slightly coarser, gravel, which is rougher on the upper body. So putting in some kind of suspension, isn't a bad idea. It's not essential, but they're getting those tires up to at least. If I didn't have to in the book 42 millimeters as a minimum on a six 50 or 700 seat setup, but I generally run nearer 47 to 50 millimeter tire, to be honest. Just to give that a bit more. And comfort. I don't have suspension on my bike, but unimodal people are kind of putting the stems and the forks on as well. Just to give them a little bit more give on some of the rougher stuff, but yeah, that's probably the key that [00:21:06] Craig Dalton: Yeah. And on, on the roots, are you what type of climbing do you experience in Scotland? [00:21:11] Ed Shoote: It's all relative. It's quite steep Hills can be quite, I'm quite sure. And they can go on as well. So it gets the highest kind of point is around 700 and the meters, I think of off the top of my head in the book. So that's probably about, it could be up to five or 600 meter climb. In Longo, it's pretty unusual to do that sized climate generally around 300 meters at time. But actually it can be pretty relentless because you're going up and down throughout the rights of the, yeah, the usually over a thousand. Climbing her route for a kind of the average would say and some of them are too like couple of thousand as well. So yeah, quite a lot of climbing. And I think the gear ratios are recommended as well as is had something below a one-to-one ratio. Just to give you a bit of help of the Hills as well, because they are quite steep in places. [00:21:55] Craig Dalton: as you were designing routes, did you spend a year traveling through Scotland and riding every road you. [00:22:02] Ed Shoote: yeah. When it was a COVID kind of project. So, as well, so we went into lockdown. I could kind of get out on my own often easier. So I was doing a lot of on my own and writing big routes, Lincoln, as many as I could together. And then you have a weekend where nothing works and you've tried all these new routes and they're just not quite up to scratch. Or you have a weekend where you get three out of it and think, well, these three are brilliant individual routes. And I kind of combined a few of them into which I think is a beauty of the book as well, actually is you can combine them into bypass and routes quite easily. So the clusters of routes across. It's pretty obvious. And it does give tips on how he's blinking together. And I actually researched quite a lot by linking them into my backpack and bike bags on, and that's spent I spent a long weekend riding them all together to kind of get a feel for them. And again, we Scott any can wild camp, you know, you're free to wild. Come on that route wherever you find a nice spot as well, which [00:22:48] Craig Dalton: We discovering sort of tidbits of GPX files and different things online to give you a hint that this area of Scotland might be right for your exploration. [00:22:58] Ed Shoote: I've really tried not to. And I, it's funny because I get accused sometimes on online. I noticed when I read some of the kind of review comments and things oh, he's stolen my route and I'm really, I really didn't stay here. It's just a coincidence because I tried really hard to kind of look at the base maps from scratch and not look at routes. So I did something different. Yeah. As a result of that. Yeah. It's obviously overlap with stuff that's already out there, but it's quite a lot of different twists and things as well, because I tried to do it from scratch, but I had a lot of time during lockdown as well. So I did a lot of Mac. [00:23:31] Craig Dalton: Right. And you touched on this before. It wasn't that you wanted to methodically go through the entire country of Scotland and throw your bike on every mile or kilometer. You were really just focusing on what are the best areas to ride and what are going to be the best experiences for riders coming to Scotland. [00:23:50] Ed Shoote: Yeah, I think I wouldn't call it the very best 28 routes in older Scotland because these people would be one in the far north, but that isn't. I just don't think that you'd get a guidebook when adopted all over the country. You never going to ride more, actually view, stay for a weekend, a long weekend, or even a week in some places you write all of those routes. So you'll get somewhere else and you write all of those routes and you'll actually write all the routes in the book probably quite easily. And if you're dotting them all over, you won't. So, so yeah, it was a deliberate kind of focus not to explore every hidden corner of Scotland, but focus on where I thought the best stuff was going to be for people coming to. [00:24:22] Craig Dalton: Yeah. And in your mind, you know, what is a great Scottish root? What are some come to the few of the check marks you would love to see if you were bringing someone on their only ride they're going to do in Scott? [00:24:32] Ed Shoote: Good question. I the one that seems to be going down pretty well so far is something called that the calendar monster loop, which is a 128 kilometers, and it's got a bit of everything. It's got steep climbs. It's got really remote tracks that go past coffees. I