This week, we take a look at Tesla-competitor Rivian, and the company's unconventional efforts to take the top spot as an EV automaker. First, Rivian's new R1T makes a direct appeal to the adventure-seekers in the world, even showcasing its rugged nature through a trip from South America to California - all captured on an Apple TV special. But taking an Electric Vehicle off the beaten path comes with its own challenges and hurdles. How is the company keeping people charged up before they head out on their offroad journeys?Plus, Rivian invites tech journalists, but bans auto journalists from getting a first look at the new pickup. There is a lot to enjoy when it comes to built-in tech features, so it is perhaps understandable that the company would want to show those off first. But does that contradict the core audience the R1T is going for? And does it show a possible effort by Rivian to cover up for inadequacies in the truck's design? We discuss.Plus, TikTok trending songs are ruling the charts. And while that is a cool showcase of the power the platform has on pop culture... the songs all sound pretty similar. And many are built around a hook-line that can be repeated to infinity for the sake of a video. Furthermore, the shift in the industry is changing the way artists and producers compose songs. What does this mean for the future of pop music? Is this the beginning of the end for complex music? Or is it just another phase no different than the the romanticized era of music from our past?It's all up for discussion. Let's get into it!Follow us:FacebookInstagramYouTubeOfficial WebsiteEmail us: TheCatchupCast@Gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.nosignalrocks.com/the-catchup-podcast/)
Spencer Sutlive originally started Rugged Road Outdoors as a UGA student dedicated to changing the cooler game, making the world's lightest high-performance cooler. Spencer spent years developing an ultralight high-performance cooler that would be the perfect addition to any outdoor adventure. His newest cooler release, the Rugged Road 65 weighs in at just under 10 pounds, but remains tough as nails due to its Rigorite coating, originally developed to make the walls of the Pentagon blast-proof after the attacks on 9/11. It also holds ice for up to ten days, and floats upright, even when fully loaded. Spencer's biggest motivator to grow Rugged Road has been his goal of providing clean drinking water to communities in need. At the end of each year, Rugged Road donates 10% of its profits to build wells and bring clean, reliable water to underdeveloped communities. We aim to use our platform for good and to provide others with the opportunity to help make the world a better place.
Jeff Putnam of Rugged Legacy | The Power of the Tribe | Manlihood ManCast https://youtu.be/w3kx7kWcZgY Jeff Putnam is rugged. Raising 9 kids with the same woman, clawing his way out of poverty, becoming an author, and building multiple brands has made him a perfect example of what it means to be rugged. Jeff talks with Josh Hatcher of Manlihood about the power of the Tribe, what it means to truly live in brotherhood and community, and describes the hard road it took to find success and establish himself as a man and a leader of men. Check out Jeff Putnam's books: Empire Divided http://amzn.to/3dJsnQC The Perimeter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B096CQ5XF2 Jeff is also at the helm of Rugged Legacy Grooming Supply: https://ruggedlegacygrooming.com/ Jeff Putnam's Author Website: https://www.jeffputnamauthor.com/ Follow Jeff Putnam on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Rugged_Legacy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/support
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20 years ago today was 9/11. I remember where I was that day, what I was doing, and what I was thinking…It is perhaps not quite what you think. I have changed a lot in that 20 years and I talk a little bit about it.Episode notes:Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitMischa Z : 00:02 September 11th, 2021, 20 years ago was September 11th, 2001. I was 33 years old. I was living in Berkeley, California. I had, was married to Dawn, the lovely Dawn who was literally the most beautiful woman I had ever seen in my life. I swear to you when I met her, I was dumbstruck and, uh, we had a good run married for 12 years together for 14 or married 11 together, 13, something like that. Anyhow, we had our first baby Cooper who was six, seven months old, perhaps. Yes, right in there. I was sort of on the, not sort of, I was on the front end of my sales career. So I was five years into my sales career, maybe six years, something like that. 3, 4, 5, 6, 5 or six years into my sales career. I was aggressive and I worked a lot of hours and I was trying hard. Telemarketing ,cold calling, going door to door, walking into, into offices, asking for the C T O the chief technology officer.Mischa Z : 01:48 I was selling tech. I was selling data lines, data co-location, um, all this sort of stuff, infrastructure, the data lines and the warehouse infrastructure for all the tech, all the dot-coms and I was full A type mode. And I remember that day, very poignantly. And perhaps for not the reason that you think, perhaps not the reason that you think. And that is really what I want to discuss on this episode is what I'm going to discuss on this episode. So I had had a wife, brand new baby. I believe I had finally purchased my first car with a loan.Mischa Z : 02:52 How funny is that? Up until that point, I had been paying cash for my cars. And it was all about work. What did I have to do to succeed? So I'm sitting there that morning and, um, perhaps I was getting ready to go into the office or, or maybe I was working from home initially, but, there it was on the news. One of the twin towers had been hit by an airplane and I'm watching it. And I'm thinking about work and I'm thinking about work. And, and then as it goes on the tower collapses, the second building had been hit and the tower collapses. And I'm almost hesitant to admit it, but this was my thought, are they going to close the office today? Am I going to get to work today? I've got deals to work on. I've got prospects to talk to, I've got cold calls to make. Let me add it, let me at work. And I was really, really concerned.Mischa Z : 04:21 Are they, are they going to close the office? I remember talking to my boss and perhaps I had been talking to other coworkers. I think I was, but definitely the boss. And I was like, come on, we got to keep the office open. Like I got work to do. I got sales to make. I had very little compassion. And definitely self-centered, I believe you would call that at the time. Cause I was really worried about me and how it was going to affect me. And then I'll tell you another thing. That's very interesting. I suppose it was a couple of years before that perhaps when lady Di had passed away, she died in that, in that car crash and the tunnel or whatever. And it had Don and I probably were not married yet, but definitely living together. And she was very upset as many women were back at that point because, you know, she represented a lot of things for a lot of women.Mischa Z : 05:36 Lady Di did and I was, I had no compassion, no empathy, no what's the other word. Uh, sympathy, sympathy, empathy. One of those two words is appropriate. Um, perhaps both are. But I remember just telling her to mock up, you know, effectively, I might not have said buck up, but I would probably was like, why are you so effective? It's just, you know, it's just a blah, blah, blah or whatever. Just, you know, completely unaffected, completely showing no sympathy, no compassion, no empathy, and very closed off from my old feelings and my own feelings. And, uh, I actually apologized to Dawn for that years later. And I, when I did, I don't think she'd remembered, but I remembered, I was like, man, I was asshole. It's like, or I remember I was at a, at a meeting one time and someone was upset that they, their cat had died. I was like, I grew up in Wyoming, barn cats died all the time, blah, blah, blah. Again, no compassion, no empathy, no sympathy. And, and um, and that was the case on the morning of 9/11. And I was actually fairly, fairly upset that I wasn't going to get to work that day. And then I was concerned about how long as the office going to be closed.Mischa Z : 07:17 And, uh, I was telling the story to somebody today actually. And they said, oh yes. The... So fast forward to today, I am a different person. Like I just ha I can have compassion, empathy, sympathy. I can hold space for people. I can...just, it doesn't like, I think back in the day, right, when Dawn was upset that princess Diana passed away, I could not handle that. Upsettedness. And so I would have to pull up this book, this wall, or this arrogance or this edge. And yeah, I'm a different guy today. Like someone loses a pet that sucks, you know, or a parent dying or step-parents, or God forbid a, you know, a brother or sister or a child or, or just all this stuff. It's like the littler things that I can have sympathy for.Mischa Z : 08:27 And then also I don't need to shut down my emotions or run and hide when big things go down. So what did my friends say today? He said by rugged individualism stopped working for me. It was a great way to say it. My rugged individualism stopped working for me. Honestly, today, all politics aside, like I hope you can appreciate that. I don't really care about the politics of the matter. And, uh, I, I'm very grateful that I can see things from a more nurturing, compassionate, as I've said, um, empathetic sympathetic standpoint, and I can cry with people. I can cry by myself. I can, I can not have to put up a front of rugged individualism. Of this strongness, or it doesn't bother me. Or if things don't bother me, it's not out of arrogance. There was arrogance around all that before. Arrogance and selfishness. And that arrogance and selfishness has absolutely tempered in me. That's what I've got to say. Um, I believe life is amazing. I'm stoked to be alive, gifted with the spark of life with spirit. Everybody have a great day. This September 11th. I hope you have grown personally yourselves since that day. Peace out.Start podcasting! 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What's Good, Good People! I trust you had a great long weekend. Hopefully you got a chance to connect with family/friends or just relax. I just picked up some records that are essential for your next cookout that you need to cop and stream today. I welcome you to stimulate your audio palette, discover some new music, and enjoy the good vibes. :37 Put the ribs in the smoker, grab a cold beverage, and just lamp to the sounds of Orgone. The eight piece collective put out a dope album called Moonshadows and I've got one of the singles on deck for your listening pleasure. Cop it and stream it today: https://www.orgonespace.com/ 6:00 Monophonics consistently drops dope music. Their catalog is a kaleidoscope of lush sounds and their latest release, the instrumental version of their critically acclaimed album It's Only Us, is bananas. Take a listen to their single “Chances” then cop the album here: https://monophonics.bandcamp.com/album/its-only-us-instrumentals 10:10 Today's Buy or Slide record comes from L.A. Soul band The Rugged Nuggets. They're set to release their album Odds & Ends soon and I have one of the singles on deck for us to review. So is it worth picking up? Take a listen for yourself, then let me know down in the comments. Pick it up here: https://theruggednuggets.bandcamp.com/album/odds-ends Drop your thoughts on the music down in the comments. Submissions: You can send me some music to review by dropping music links down in the comments or Go to iamtheonemangang.com/submissions While you're there, you can get exclusive content, behind the scenes footage, and some cool merch. Follow me on social media to discover more dope music: @iamthe1mangang Thanks for your continued support! -1MG
I represent the Hardcore, RUFF, RUGGED AND RAW !HowdyHope all is well with you and yoursNew one from me, 53 minutes of mid (to late) 90's East Coast bangersenjoytracklistRuff, Rugged & Raw introMVP - Big LFlexi Wit Da Tech(nique) - ArtifactsLive Nig*z - OnyxGrown Man Sport - INIBlah ( Originoo Muddy ) - The Fab 5Props Over Here - The BeatnutsUp Against The Wall ( Low Budget Mix ) - Group HomeYou Ain't A Killer - Big PunAssassination Day ft Inspectah Deck, RZA, Raekwon & Master Killa - Ghostface KillahHardcore Rap Act ( Instrumental ) - Das EFXI'm The Biz Markie - Biz Markie Gunn Clapp - Originoo Gunn ClappazDown Syndrome - De La SoulUncut Raw - AZGet Down ( Q-Tip Remix ) - Craig Mack
The Rocky Mountain Goat seems to defy gravity. They can scale and leap with ease across some of the most intense terrain on earth. What is especially interesting is the Rocky Mountain Goat is not a true "goat" but rather a "goat antelope." They also are the largest mammal that lives and survives at some of our highest altitudes, as well as in some of the harshest terrain in North America. They are just an absolute wonder to learn about. While not yet listed as a species threatened with extinction, with climate change and other pressures their populations are in decline. They are a species to keep an eye on. In this week's podcast we explore this species and what makes them one of the most unique mammals on our planet. For one cup of "good" coffee a month you can support your favorite podcast on Patreon and give back to conservation. With your support we were recently able to send money to the American Cetacean Society and Project Coyote conservation groups. We recently posted a bonus episode, the Blue Footed Booby, for our Patreon only subscribers and will be offering more bonus content soon! Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. You can also visit our website HERE
The Shoebag is back! All hail the Shoebag. This time, @tichoblancoshoes and Ben from @stitchdown answer all sorts of reader questions, including: Unstructured vs structured toes? Half soles vs. full soles? What makes a perfect engineer boot? What are the metaphysical differences between oxfords and derbies? (There are plenty.) How do you figure out what new brand to make a move on next as you continue on your shoe journey? Are shell engineer boots essential or insane?Also for some reason we end up talking about freeze-dried gummi worms a lot. Lots of reasons, I guess. This episode was sponsored by Grant Stone, king of wide-width shoes and boots (I lavish much praise upon my EEE Diesels in this episode)Theme music: The Road by Punk Rock Opera
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PNWBushcraft is a recognized name of rugged heirloom gear and great customer service. We strive to make our customers happy and stand behind our items 100%. We have the best customers from all over the world and we are fortunate they keep coming back. We use quality materials and quality leather. We make everything one item at a time here in the USA. We want people to know what they have is something handmade so each item is unique and made with great care. You can explore PNW Bushcraft and their awesome gear here https://www.pnwbushcraft.com/
OFFICIAL BIZ consists of BUNNY HEARTS on keyboards, as well as DWAYNE "THE RUGGED" COUSINS on bass, and they stopped by to announce their upcoming gig with a Minneapolis legend. Hear it all right now. @officialbizmusic
New dad, Armen Hammer comes back on the show to talk about The CrossFit Games, Dave Castro, Terminator and Batman movies and much more. This show is sponsored by: Rugged Maniac – Rugged Maniac has TEN new additions to their arsenal of awesome obstacles! Get ready to scale Cliff Hanger, leap through Frog Hop, get mad air on Launch Pad and weave your way through Spiderweb. 25+ obstacles are waiting for you on each course — let's get Rugged! ruggedmaniac.com Buy ORM a Dunks ORM YouTube Channel Support Us On Patreon
This week we debate the "NEW" rugged car trend. Hey if you have any suggestions or want some good and bad opinions about what you should buy next email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Kia Trailster Concept (2015) - picture 3 of 25 - 1024x768 (netcarshow.com) https://www.motor1.com/news/500544/honda-civic-off-road-build/ https://www.facebook.com/HRG-Engineering-102601768498182 https://carsandbids.com/auctions/Kdpb1MGy/1995-buick-roadmaster-estate-wagon? https://heatwavevisual.com/blogs/news/the-heated-240-turbo-a-450-roach-turned-gambler-500-rally-machin --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebscarguys/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebscarguys/support
This week, we're taking a look at the CAT S62 rugged smartphone. This is a phone that's just as tough as the trucks and forklifts that bear the CAT name. This phone can put up with dust, water, soap, chemicals and more. Simply put, it's a tough phone and I put it through its paces, mostly so I could see what was new in the rugged phone industry. Long story short, rugged phones are getting pretty decent. That's amazing news for those who work in hazardous environments. Links to News of the week available at benefitofthedoud.com Special thanks to:Bulllitt Group for the CAT S62 review phoneNo editorial oversight was given for this review. Subscribe to the show! Support the show! Read more! Twitter - @Benefitofdoud Instagram - @BenefitoftheDoud Youtube - http://bitly/botdtubeTikTok - @BenefitoftheDoud Benefit of the Doud is written and hosted by:Adam Doud - @DeadTechology Co-produced by:Clifton M. Thomas - @cliftonmthomas
We hope you all enjoy this 2 part episode of Fresh Two Deaf featuring Rugged Monk (@mr.bostonblackie). Thank you for your growing support. Hosted by: @big_phil_aka_ns_itchy and@iamspFreshProduced by: Fresh Two Deaf MediaRecorded in Long Beach, CAwww.freshtwodeaf.com©2021 Fresh Two Deaf LLC
Special Appearance: Dom Pachino (Killarmy) Our adventures through Shaolin continue, as we connect with, the rugged child himself, Shyheim! Now, he's all grown up, he has a lot of life experience to share. He talks about adapting to the new world after being incarcerated, the 25th anniversary of his sophomore album, being in the video for Ice Cream and more. Follow Sumit
It's completely possible that Jesper Ingevaldsson knows more about shoes than anyone alive. Jesper IS Shoegazing, the seminal and just monumentally good blog covering quality footwear, mostly in the classic dress category. Over the past decade he's taken a keen journalistic eye and an endless sense of curiosity, and educated millions on shoe construction and finishing while also presenting a razor-sharp review of the industry at large. The thing that I love most about Jesper is that he knows his stuff in a way few do in any field—and yet he's not someone who sees his personally preferred, dressier lane as the only correct course for a shoe-lover. His appreciation of all quality footwear is beyond evident as we get into the crossover between his nerdy world and Stitchdown's: why aren't more people in his wintry home nation of Sweden wearing more rugged boots? (Well luckily they're starting to, actually...) What is and isn't truly "handmade," how should brands market their products honestly, and what do we need to understand as customers? Why are we all so obsessed with buying shoes and boots on sale when it threatens the very existence of the makers we so dearly love? Why do we buy four or five pairs of expensive footwear that don't get worn enough when one bespoke pair might be the thing that we really need? These questions and plenty more we discuss—including the correct pronunciation of Swedish shoe store Skoaktiebolaget—are relevant to everyone who loves any kinds of welted shoes. And Jesper's episode is an absolute must-listen. This episode was sponsored by Standard & Strange, where you don't NEED an engineering degree to buy their engineer boots...but it helps.Theme music: The Road by Punk Rock Opera
This episode we have the pleasure of sitting with Greg Cottrell at his new Rugged Radios HQ. We dig deep into the passion and drive that has fueled him from a young age and what created that fire. We hope you enjoy this episode of Rigged for Dirt!
Almost everyone has directly or indirectly experienced how chemical dependency can affect a loved one. Lynda is joined by the creators and subjects of a local Maine television documentary series, Voices of Hope - The Rugged Road to Recovery. This series is a project started by SEED (Students Empowered to End Dependency) and is a variety of very personal stories shared from the people who struggle with substance use disorder and are in recovery to the families who have lost loved ones. SEED was formed to add the voice of students to help explain the insidious brain disease of chemical dependency. Their main objective is to amplify community messaging about use of chemical substances by explaining the science underlying the disease model. In so doing, it is their hope that fewer people will start using drugs & alcohol and more will seek recovery. This series is their first project. You may watch the whole series on their website and stay tuned for more episodes, as they are in the process of being filmed! If you or your loved one struggles with addiction, please seek out local help. There are a variety of resources on the Voices of Hope website.
You are in for a fun and interesting episode today! I had the pleasure of interviewing my friend and artist, Morgan Jones Johnston. Morgan is a local artist in the Birmingham, Alabama, area and has been doing art and creating noteworthy pieces since childhood. She is from a long line of creatives and has been immersed in the fashion industry since birth. Morgan's artwork is currently being featured and sold on Serena and Lily. She does beautiful work, and you can see the love and care that she puts into each of her art pieces. She is also the co-owner of Club Duquette, an experiential retail brand where they design and manufacture in house, as well as feature other interesting companies with unique items. Saying she is completely amazing and has such an interesting background and current life would be an understatement. Join me today as we learn more about Morgan. To learn more about Morgan, visit her links below: Morgan's Instagram: Rugged and Fancy Morgan's Facebook Serena & Lily Club Duquette Instagram Club Duquette Website Links Discussed on this episode: To Be Magnetic To learn more about my photography, podcast, and to stay connected, visit me at: Alisha Crossley Photography Website Alisha's Amazon Favorites List Alisha Crossley Photography Instagram Perfectly Polished Podcast Instagram The Artisan's Advantage Coaching Program
Before the NBA Finals tips off, Justin Huntsman returns to the show to preview the NBA Finals between the Suns and Bucks. We discussed how far Chris Paul has come to finally reach his first NBA Finals in his career (1:46), recap the Bucks bumpy ride to their first Finals since the 70's (14:40), the miraculous playoff run the Atlanta Hawks made (20:31), discuss how the Suns-Bucks match up against one another (25:19), and we tie up loose ends from the rest of the NBA Playoffs (30:57). You can listen to Justin's podcast "Just Kickin It" on all platforms including Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Play. Also check out his other podcast The Baller Biz Podcast that he and Pat Foster host which is also available on all podcast platforms. You can also hear Justin and Pat on Spotify Greenroom on their show Shoot Around. My podcast is on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Follow me on Twitter for updates on the podcast @susaraki1928 https://twitter.com/susaraki1928. Also, follow my twitch channel under the name DJBurningLove. Link here: https://www.twitch.tv/djburninglove
In the last of the current series, we head to the far north of Scotland to explore a remote loch and its wildlife – plus we attempt to fly-fish for brown trout in the beautiful waters while serenaded by cuckoos and buzzards. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
https://www.murdycreative.co Learn more about how the Murdy Creative Co. came to be through our short podcast published Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will be sharing a unique behind the scenes look at our startup from the founder himself. Tune in daily to hear more. Bringing the cutting process in house has opened up doors for us in ways I didn't expect. It also has made clear some of the issues that we have with yield. On aspect of that is that we need to find a way to use parts of the leather that aren't truly “Imperfect” but are instead evenly marbled with stretch marks. They look beautiful and unique, but do not match our normal aesthetic. Thus we are looking at launching our new “Rugged” line. Listen in to learn more As always if you are looking for the perfect gift for your boss, student, significant other, or frankly just looking to treat yourself get one of the best leather binders available, assembled in the USA, at https://www.murdycreative.co/ or follow us on Instagram if you just want to see amazing photos at https://www.instagram.com/murdycreative.co/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/murdycreativeco/support
Zach Takes is joined by Rugged Pro Promoter Austin Fouts to talk about this weekend's big Rugged Pro show in Tama, IA! Follow Rugged Pro: https://www.facebook.com/RuggedProWrestling Tickets for this weekends show: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/rugged-pro-wrestling-28619533123?fbclid=IwAR3CQhOfBxaKsEpqr_tkOc6QpzNJlu44mBVdQGz1qt0kzGtas_ft1cTnrEY
Are you ready for part two of “The Societal Misconceptions of Black Men and Women?” Then you do not want to miss this experience! Join our host, RG (@RgainesII) as he presents questions to each group about the way society paints the pictures not just for Black men and women, but black families. Click the link in the profile to listen live in Saturday June 12th from 7-8:30PM ET and sign up for updates by visiting www.HeSaidWhatNetwork.com. Interested in advertising your business during this event? Email email@example.com for more details.
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Russ and Sully talk with Tom Wilkinson about the technology and devices for First Responders. Then, Mark Jarvis talks about producing nickel. Plus, we have comedian and actor Mark Christopher Lawrence in the studio! Original Air Date: June 1, 2021
In this episode we interview backpacker, rock climber, trail runner and author - Christine Reed. After stumbling upon backpacking while surfing the web she knew she wanted to be a part of a bigger community. Her first step was to attempt to thru hike the Appalachian Trail. From there one adventure led to another and Christine couldn't get enough of the outdoors. Years later she set off to hike the Wonderland Trail in Mt Rainier National Park. Her experience was so impactful that she wrote a book, Alone In Wonderland, to share her story on the trail, as well as the life challenges she's faced and overcome. Tweet us and let us know what you think of this episode! @illuminecollect
Samsung rugged mobile devices occupy the sweet spot between more fragile, consumer-grade devices and clunky, ultra-rugged devices. This enables them to serve a broad range of needs across multiple industries. In this episode, Shelby Skrhak talks with Saurabh Shah, Senior Product Manager for Samsung Mobile, about: Best-fit environments for Samsung rugged devices Use cases in transportation, public safety and manufacturing Extending the lifecycle of B2B devices Knox Suite For more information, reach out to Carl Conte at Ingram Micro (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit the Samsung Ascend Partner Portal. To join the discussion, follow us on Twitter @IngramTechSol #B2BTechTalk Listen to this episode and more like it by subscribing to B2B Tech Talk on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Stitcher. Or tune in on our website.
This week we talk about Western Society with the writer of Sand Talk, Tyson Yunkaporta. https://www.theimperfectallies.com/ (Theimperfectallies.com) Come join the conversation. If you can, please consider supporting the podcast at: https://www.patreon.com/imperfectallies and/or leaving us reviews on iTunes! Sand Talk book https://www.amazon.com/Sand-Talk-Indigenous-Thinking-World/dp/0062975641 (https://www.amazon.com/Sand-Talk-Indigenous-Thinking-World/dp/0062975641) Eddie Murphy Texas Sketch https://youtu.be/vMpHqC5RyR8 (https://youtu.be/vMpHqC5RyR8) Whats the Rugged Individual https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rugged_individualism (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rugged_individualism) Eddie Murphy Stevie Wonder & Sinatra https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h2jZtuRuic&ab_channel=SaturdayNightLiveSaturdayNightLive (https://youtu.be/LOLbW2EWcl8) Coming To America https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094898/ (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094898/) Nordic Animism with Rune Hjarno Rasmussen https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkP7Gfs5rNgBu8zPyM7MbHQ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkP7Gfs5rNgBu8zPyM7MbHQ)
In this episode we invite local beat maker, Admiral Atlas back to the show for a review of the Coen Brother’s western anthology film, ‘THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS.’ Plus we’ve got current pop culture news and weekly recommendations for Both, TV and film! Intro/outro by: Admiral Atlas.Podcast music by: Onarres
Are you ready for some real raw & rugged conversations about “The Societal Misconceptions of Black Men and Women?” Then you do not want to miss this experience! Join our guests as they are presented with questions about the way society paints the pictures not just for Black men and women, but black families. Find the Link on the profile or visit www.HeSaidWhatNetwork.com Sponsors and Donors are welcomed
This week’s guest is Michael Myers, Founder of Distillery 291 in Colorado. Michael left his career in fashion photography to start a distillery in Colorado and never looked back. We taste through several of their bourbons and ryes in this week’s episode and experience their unique aspen stave finished whiskey. We are thankful for everyone who has taken the time to give us feedback on our podcast. If you enjoy our content, consider giving us a 5 star rating on your favorite podcast app, leave us a review, or tell a fellow bourbon lover about our show. Follow us @BourbonLens on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter. And please check out our Patreon to learn how you can support our endeavors, earn Bourbon Lens swag, be part of future barrel picks, and more. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions, please email us at TheBourbonLens@Gmail.com. Visit our website BourbonLens.com to check out our blog posts, or even purchase your own Bourbon Lens tasting glass or t-shirt. Cheers,Scott, Michael & JakeBourbon Lens Whiskeys Tasted During Episode Small Batch Bourbon - 100 proof, finished with aspen wood staves Small Batch Rye - 101.7 proof, finished with aspen wood staves Barrel Proof Bourbon - 128.9 proof, finished with aspen wood staves Barrel Proof Rye - 130.6 proof, finished with aspen wood staves About Distillery 291 Distillery 291 is an award winning, small batch whiskey distillery nestled in the stunning foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the distillery sits in the shadow of Pikes Peak where owner and founding distiller, Michael Myers, a former New York City fashion and beauty photographer, with a love of whiskey and passion for the old west, aims to replicate the taste, smell and folklore of that time, to create a one of a kind, bold and beautiful, Colorado Whiskey. Rugged, Refined, Rebellious. Myers set out to create a flagship whiskey that evoked the Wild West. He grew up on rural family farms in Georgia and Tennessee, across a countryside defined by rolling hills, horses, Jack Daniels and George Dickel. For decades since then, he carried with him an iconic vision of a cowboy walking into a bar, saying give me a whiskey, and the bartender slamming down a bottle — that bottle would be 291 Colorado Whiskey. Myers built his original still from copper photogravure plates that he had once used to create enduring photographic scenes, from western landscapes to the Chrysler Building. On September 11, 2011 — ten years after 9/11 changed his life and the lives of so many others — Myers pulled his first whiskey off of that still, building his future in whiskey, off his passion for photography. 291 Colorado Whiskey is “Hardmade the Colorado Way”. Today (and since day one), Distillery 291 is distilling, from grain, to barrel, to bottle, by hand, from scratch, ten distinctive Colorado whiskeys. Utilizing grains from the Colorado plains and water collected from Pikes Peak reservoirs, Myers turned his artist’s eye towards whiskey and hasn’t looked back. Everything matters. 291 Colorado Whiskey has earned bushels of national and international awards for its spirits with the unique character and flavor of a bygone era. Named World’s Best Rye-2018 by World Whiskies Awards, 7 Liquid Golds from Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, multiple Double-Gold in San Francisco World Spirits Competition, nods from IWSC and Spirits Business Journal and many other notable awards, 291 Colorado Whiskey embodies traditions of the past married with the boldness of the future. That said, what will always define Distillery 291 is its spirit, passion permeates every sip. 291 Colorado Whiskey. Hardmade the Colorado way. Links: How A Fashion Photographer Became One of Colorado's Most Innovative Craft Distillers From Angelina Jolie to Whiskey, 291 Distiller Is Ready To 'Battle' Kentucky Bourbon Craft in Colorado 291 Colorado Whiskey - Award Winning Whiskeys and Bourbons Distillery 291 Is Making Some of the West's Finest Whiskey – Robb Report Colorado's Craft Spirits Scene Is Booming. Drink Straight From The Source At These 10 Distilleries.
CEO of Red Oxx Manufacturing Jim Markel and Corporate Sales Manager Christian Hafer join us in the studio for this episode! If you’re in the Billings area, you probably already know that Red Oxx is a staple in our downtown neighborhood. If you aren’t in Billings, you might know them as a one of the highest quality travel bag manufacturers in the entire world. With hundreds of thousands of customers world wide, they specialize in creating the world’s finest nylon luggage and sporting gear, all made by hand right here in America. They’re also creating an event center unlike anything Billings has seen. Learn more about Jim’s vision for the community as well as their plans for continued growth in this episode. Listen online at campfirehour.com or anywhere you get your podcasts. Know who else likes fine quality for his travel? This episode’s sponsor Jeramie Meadows with Northwestern Mutual. Schedule a time to meet with him here https://bit.ly/3uE0I9T so you have more dollar bills to do what you love.
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Rugged Rocks & Rugged Routes provides off-road parts, maps communication equipment, and GPS accessories and high resolution maps compatible with Lowrance GPS units for Overlanders and Off-Road enthusiasts everywhere. Facebook Twitter Instagram The Outdoor Biz Podcast Please give us a rating and review HERE Show Notes Rugged Rocks & Rugged Routes provides off-road parts, maps communication equipment, and GPS accessories and high resolution maps compatible with Lowrance GPS units for Overlanders and Off-Road enthusiasts everywhere. Rugged Routes Rugged Rocks Eagle Scout Lowrance Units Ocotillo Wells California State Parks Bureau of Land Management San Bernardino National Forest Arrowhead Johnson Valley Glamis California City Red Rock Canyon Spangler Hills Randsburg Rugged Rocks: Facebook Rugged Routes: Facebook contact Rugged Routes contact Rugged Routes 00:06:42 - 00:06:57 Inspiration for Rugged Rocks 00:25:52 - 00:26:22 Daily Routines 00:24:29 - 00:24:46 Advice
Wild. Rugged. Remote.These are the words I'd use to describe this amazing county in the far Northwestern part of Ireland.The locals proclaim, "It's different up here!" And it is. This is what makes this county so appealing to the adventurous traveler. You wont' be rubbing elbows with too many other travelers, but you will get to know the incredibly friendly and fiercely proud locals. Want to lay your eyes upon some of the most stunning coastline in all of Ireland? Maybe you want to tour an incredible lakeside castle? Perhaps you want to walk on some gorgeous beaches? Or commune with the ancient spirits at a stone circle? How about some fun pub time?County Donegal has all of this and more. But without the hoards of tourists. While it may take a bit more effort to get here, once you do, you'll wonder why you didn't come here sooner!And if you have more questions about County Donegal, hit me up at email@example.comIn this episode:0:59 Putting County Donegal on the map3:37 Slieve League 5:18 Glengesh Pass6:15 Ardara7:47 Glenveagh National Park12:09 Muckish Mountain and Mount Errigal13:51 Dunfanaghy18:09 Horn Head20:10 Tramore23:28 Ards Forest Park26:20 Beltany Stone Circle29:17 Peninsulas of Northern Donegal29:54 Rosguill32:49 Fanad35:36 Inishowen39:25 Bloody Foreland40:09 Donegal Town40:35 Poison GlenImportant links:The Best Things To Do in County DonegalGlenveagh National Park: The Jewel of DonegalWhy the Stunning Slieve League Cliffs Are One of the Best Sites in IrelandThe 10 Best Things To Do in Dunfanaghy IrelandFanad Head Lighthouse: One of the Most Beautiful Sites in IrelandArds Forest Park: A Local Treasure in IrelandThe Ancient Mystery of Beltany Stone CircleThe Inishowen Peninsula: Making Your Way to the Most Northerly Point of IrelandThe Whins B&BMount ErrigalFanad LighthouseDunfanaghy TourismGlenveagh National ParkSlieve League InformationHave you subscribed to the show? Please do so. This way you'll be the first to have access to the latest episode.Feeling generous? Then please leave a review.Thanks!
Apple announces WWDC 2021 for June 7th and overhauls the selection of Siri voices with iOS 14.5 beta 6. There are also rumors of matte black iPhone 13s and a new rugged Apple Watch. Plus, the Apple TV remote leaks weren’t quite as they first seemed. Sponsored by Helix Sleep: Learn more and take the Helix Sleep quiz at helixsleep.com/9to5mac. Sponsored by Sun Basket: Save $35 off your order when you go to sunbasket.com/happyhour and use promo code happyhour. Follow Zac Hall @apollozac Benjamin Mayo @bzamayo Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Read More Bloomberg: Apple 'considering' new Apple Watch model with rugged casing, aimed at athletes Rumor: New matte black color option for iPhone 13 Pro, LiDAR-enhanced Portrait mode Leaker suggests AirTags could cost around $39 and be smaller than a Tile Pro Apple releases iOS 14.4.2 and iOS 12.5.2 to fix critical security vulnerability Stanford study finds Apple Watch can accurately assess ‘frailty’ using activity data Apple references unreleased iOS 15 and macOS 12 updates in WebKit code Concept: 50+ ways Apple could refine the iPhone experience with iOS 15 Photos: Apple Downtown Nashville celebrates grand opening Apple expanding Independent Repair Provider program to over 200 new countries Apple developing new Remote for the next-generation Apple TV Apple A15 chip for iPhone 13 will reportedly start production in May, 4nm chips in 2022 WWDC 2021 officially announced, iOS 15 expected You can now use your iPhone or Apple Watch as a contactless ticket for entry to Disney parks Show your developer pride with some WWDC21 wallpapers & watch faces With WWDC confirmed, catch up on our iOS 15, macOS 12, and watchOS 8 concepts here
West Cork, Ireland is an outpost at the edge of Europe, the jumping-off point for America. Rugged windswept and coastal, it was a place of farmers and fisherman until the 1960’s, when it was discovered by the ‘blow-in’s.’ People who drove until the road ran out, artists and urban runaways – a haven for those ready to turn their backs on their old lives and start again. But then there was a murder in West Cork, and overnight, everything changed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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We are so excited to welcome Grayson Murphy to the show! Grayson is a professional runner for Saucony and is the 2019 World AND US Mountain Running Champion as well as the XTERRA Trail Run World Champion.Grayson lives and trains in stunning Bozeman, MT and we get the lowdown on everything we need to know about running, refueling and more in Bozeman. We also talk about Grayson's running career and so much more. Don't miss this great conversation!Click HERE for the show notes.This episode is sponsored by:Inside Tracker and BeamInside TrackerInsideTracker is a personalized health and wellness platform like no other.What’s their secret? First, InsideTracker uses its patented algorithm to analyze your body’s data and offer you a clearer picture than you’ve ever had before of what’s going on inside you. Then, InsideTracker provides you with a concrete, science-backed, trackable action plan for reaching your performance goals and being your healthy best. For a limited time, InsideTracker is offering 25% off its store for our listeners. Just visit insidetracker dot com slash SUITE RUN.Beam Beam is a CBD company that’s making waves in the wellness industry by offering products that combine THC-free CBD with other high-quality ingredients. They just launched their first ever non-CBD product line called elevate hydration. Elevate hydration powders give your body the electrolytes it craves and more. Because when you’re hydrated, your body functions the way it was designed to. Available for digestive balance, enhanced energy and supportive recovery, beam’s hydration formulas bring you a supercharged stack of electrolytes sourced entirely from nature. Plus, they make your water taste amazing. Try elevate hydration from beam for 15% off with code SUITERUN. Visit beam TLC DOT com to redeem. That’s beam TLC DOT com with the code SUITERUN for 15 percent off your new favorite electrolyte powders and if you opt in to their subscription, which is already 20% off, you'll receive an extra 15% off with code SUITERUN!Where to find Grayson Murphy:Grayson's InstagramTwitterGrayon's Training Planner (for purchase!)BlogWhere to find Natalie and Jerold:Natalie's InstagramSuite Run InstagramNatalie's TwitterSuite Run TwitterNatalie's FacebookSuite Run WebsiteSuite Run Facebook