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HistoryPod
28th May 1987: Mathias Rust, an 18-year-old amateur pilot from West Germany, illegally landed a private aircraft near Moscow's Red Square

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022


Rust approached Moscow in the early evening and, after passing the city's ‘Ring of Steel' anti-aircraft defences, touched down on a bridge next to St Basil's Cathedral and taxied his aircraft into Red ...

dHarmic Evolution
337. Sam Koon, Bringing Fatherhood and Rock To Country with Great Vocals!

dHarmic Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 47:57


Sam Koon is a guitarist, songwriter & powerhouse vocalist. Originally from Central Florida with roots also in Georgia, Sam originally performed out of Nashville as the lead singer for touring act & country crossover artist, Jessta James ...but it wasn't until just a few years ago Sam decided to release his own original music. As a songwriter, Sam received his first major label cut with Sony/RCA recording artist Andrew Jannakos' single “Somebody Loves You” which debuted as the #1 trending TikTok sound in May 2021. Sam also has 2 recent cuts with “Running Out of Roses” & “Somebody's Gotta Do It” landing on Big Yellow Dog's Brandon Davis' debut album “Hearts Don't Rust”. “I'm so excited to continue to release original music”, says Sam, “I have several songs I've written in the past few years & I can't wait to continue to release more. As an independent artist, I'm thankful for some of the opportunities that have come my way & look forward to sharing more.” Sam continues to grow his audience and plans on releasing several songs this year in hope of a full-length project So strap up your seatbelts and let's take a ride to Georgia on this episode of the dHarmic Evolution podcast. As a Preview: In this episode, we speak to rock turned country music rising star Sam Koon. We explore everything about Sam from his time as rock lead singer for Jessta James, his personal writing process detailing from song conception to completion and how he got into co-writing. Also, we touched on Sam's experience in vocal training, its importance for other artists and his vocal influences. Finally, we had  a quick story of James doing a gig with his son Trevor, all here on the dHarmic Evolution podcast. More about Sam Koon Find out more about Sam and hear his music through different platforms. All the links are provided below! Check out his website, social media pages and music platforms that you can visit. Quotes: “I think I've always written ever since I picked up the guitar when I was fifteen”-Sam “It was a pleasant transition to country music for me”-Sam “Don't get me wrong, coming from rock, I like having some loud guitars but the dynamic of the song, I like those choruses because they really can soar”-Sam “The song seems to always have a mind of its own”-James “‘Cos a lot of time you can get boxed in your head, and can't break through to the second verse”-Sam “No matter what you do and how bad you think it is or how bad you think you are, like it's really gonna be alright. It happens to the best of us; we're all human. We should love each other and support each other.”-Sam “It's worth it to me, even losing money because I like to go out there ‘cos of the experience and the potential that one day something could happen”-Sam “When I get an idea, I like to start at the last line of the chorus that's the tag”-Sam “There are so many techniques, ideas, tricks and hacks of songwriting… it's one of the most freeing and creative things you can ever do”- James  Time Stamps: 00:56 Introducing the country star, Sam Koon 04:10  How Sam got to join Jessta James 06:02 How Sam almost got arrested 06:37 How Sam discovered his song-writing ability 06:56 Sam's short stint in Rock n Roll 08:28 Behind Sam's debut country song, “If Heaven has a backdoor” 09:56 How Sam got into co-writing 11:57 Best of us starts playing 15:22 How Sam created Best of us 18:23 Which performance does Sam prefer: Solo or Band? 19:09 How Sam got connected to writer's round 21:50 Sam's experience opening for big acts with a band 23:48 Sam's vocal training 24:43 James' self-consciousness during vocal training 26:12 Sam's writing process 29:15 Every other weekend from Sam Koon starts playing 33:06 Sam's vocal influences 35:45 How vocal coaching was important for Sam 37:14 What is Sam's favorite thing to do at chill time 37:58 What does the future look like for Sam 39:48 Two Dads hitting it off together 41:12 What is Sam's band support structure 42:08 What is Sam's favorite band set up, four-piece or five-piece? 43:06 Sam's closing statement 44:26 Listen to Ride On from James Kevin O'Connor   Spotify Playlist:   Make sure you're not missing out on all our “Rising dHarmic Stars Spotify Playlists”. We already have four (4) playlists where you can find over a hundred songs from our very own dHarmic Evolution alumni .Don't forget to share them with your family and friends as well and let the world support these amazing indie artists! Check out the links here:   dHarmic Rising Stars: Aquila   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4loDaYF0OuWRjZeMXvEjK4   dHarmic Rising Stars: Orion   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5CnL9tl0xbU4oDh6jtJBZx   dHarmic Rising Stars: Lyra   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ov0OqNMJmPhHrxZjsXthS   dHarmic Rising Stars: Scorpius   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5oQ4Sc4LAJSexsDgDcixt8   dHarmic Evolution links:   Stay up-to-date with our new releases! You just simply need to go to dharmicevolution.com and subscribe to your favorite podcast platform – there are a lot to choose from! Let me know what you think as well by leaving comments or reviews! And if you're digging this show, please share it with somebody either on social media or just forward it to a friend and let them join the growing community of dHarmic Evolution!   Hey, do you know someone who is suffering from anxiety and depression? Please help them out by suggesting the book “7 Steps to Mental Freedom.” It will be a great read for them. You can easily find it as well on the main page of the website or you can just send them to https://tinyurl.com/yc4wuwbf   Keep yourself updated with what's going on with dHarmic evolution; check out our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/dharmicevolution and, if you are an artist, an author, or a keynote speaker, who is trying to find a safe place to post your content to, you can check out our own Facebook community page and let the world support you! Check out the link here: dHarmic Evolution Community.    Special Links and Mentions   Jessta James  If Heaven has a backdoor by Sam Koon Co-writing Best of Us Alex Smith Jeffrey Steel Writer's Rounds  Cadillac3 Dave Matthews Steven Tyler Every other Weekend by Sam Koon Ride On by James Kevin O'Connor   Connect with Sam Koon   Website   Facebook   Instagram

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio
Podcast on Fifth Ave Ep. 36: What's next after Rust?

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 38:24


Jordan DeFigio, Jenna Harner and Taylor Haase talk about Bryan Rust's extension, what it means for other free agents, and other news from around the NHL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rustacean Station
This Week in Rust - Issue 442

Rustacean Station

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 58:58


Tim McNamara, Sean Chen and Allen Wyma discuss their highlights from This Week in Rust 442. Themes include security, testing, embedded development and async Rust. Watch out for the cameo by the Ada programming language towards the end! Timestamps Welcome [@00:12] Introductions and agenda [@01:20] Quote of the week [@02:57] Official updates [@03:01] Security advisory: the rustdecimal crate [@06:55] CTCFC Agenda A whirlwind tour of Embedded Rust by James Munns Async Rust for Embedded Systems by Dario Nieuwenhuis Rust in Automotive by Christof Petig and Florian Gilcher [@09:50] Highlights from the newsletter [@10:15] Kani Rust Verifier Project announcement [@20:29] Rocket web framework v0.5 2nd release candidate [@23:35] Xilem, a UI architecture for Rust [@29:30] Over-Engineering A Fairly Simple Coding Challenge [@35:26] RepliByte's release announcement [@39:07] Securing Crates, discussing side channel attacks [@44:09] Modeling Interconnected Social and Technical Risks in Open Source Software Ecosystems, a related paper [@47:10] Parsing/Recursive Descent Parser [@54:10] Rust Safety with Quentin Ochem and Florian Gilcher Contributing to Rustacean Station Rustacean Station is a community project; get in touch with us if you'd like to suggest an idea for an episode or offer your services as a host or audio editor! Twitter: @rustaceanfm Discord: Rustacean Station Github: @rustacean-station Email: hello@rustacean-station.org Credits Intro Theme: Aerocity Audio Editing: Aleksandar Nikolic Hosting Infrastructure: Jon Gjengset Show Notes: Tim McNamara Hosts: Tim McNamara, Allen Wyma, and Sean Chen

Puck Off
S9Ep35 - Tampa Sweeps & Rusty Signs

Puck Off

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 54:04


Frazer, Joe, and Andy discuss  Tampa's sweep of Florida, Rust re-signs in Pittsburgh, and all of the 2nd round action. Plus awards! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The North Shore Drive
From the Point: What Bryan Rust's deal says about the Penguins' direction

The North Shore Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 36:57


Penguins insiders Matt Vensel and Mike DeFabo evaluate Bryan Rust's extension and consider what it says about the Penguins' direction. How do we rate the deal? Plus, we discuss how likely it is that both Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang will retire in Pittsburgh, forecast other changes that could happen and more. Music from https://filmmusic.io "RetroFuture Clean" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Skip the Queue
An attractions industry update, with Jakob Wahl, COO of IAAPA

Skip the Queue

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 45:25


Skip the Queue is brought to you by Rubber Cheese, a digital agency that builds remarkable systems and websites for attractions that helps them increase their visitor numbers. Your host is  Kelly Molson, MD of Rubber Cheese.Download our free ebook The Ultimate Guide to Doubling Your Visitor NumbersIf you like what you hear, you can subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, and all the usual channels by searching Skip the Queue or visit our website rubbercheese.com/podcast.If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a five star review, it really helps others find us. And remember to follow us on Twitter for your chance to win the books that have been mentioned in this episode.Competition ends October 1st, 2022. The winner will be contacted via Twitter. Show references: https://www.iaapa.org/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jakob-wahl/ Jakob Wahl is the Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer at IAAPA, the global association for the attractions industry.Wahl has ten years of experience working for IAAPA. He first came to IAAPA as program manager where he served the association for five years in the association's office in Brussels. He then went on to work at Europa- Park in Rust, Germany as director of communications before returning to IAAPA in 2017 as Vice President and Executive Director of IAAPA Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). He was promoted in November 2021 to Executive Vice President and COO.Wahl holds the German and French master's degree in economics from the IUP of Aix-en-Provence. Transcriptions: Kelly Molson: Welcome to Skip the Queue, a podcast for people working in or working with visitor attractions. I'm your host, Kelly Molson.In today's episode, I speak with Jakob Wahl, Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer of IAAPA, International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions. We discuss just why the attractions industry is so exciting, the ongoing labour shortages, sustainability and where the attractions industry is headed in terms of technology. If you like what you hear, subscribe on all the usual channels by searching to Skip the Queue.Kelly Molson: Jakob, thank you so, so much for joining me today. You're a very, very busy man, so I'm very grateful that you could come on and spare some time.Jakob Wahl: It's a pleasure to be with you today, Kelly, so thanks for the invite. I'm honoured.Kelly Molson: The honour is all mine, trust me. But you might not be so honoured once we finish with our icebreaker questions, although I feel like I've been quite kind again, today.Jakob Wahl: Okay.Kelly Molson: All right. I want to know what is the best theme park ride that you have ever been on?Jakob Wahl: Wow. That's difficult... I think it's as difficult as, say, a favourite car; because there's a specific mood for everything. And if I... It also depends on the company. If I go with my buddies, probably I would have said Boulder Dash at Lake Compounce, which is an intense wooden coaster. If I go with my kids, I'd take any kind of Disney ride, or whatever. And if I go with my wife, it's probably no ride at all, but it's a great restaurant in a park. So, it's actually very, very hard to judge.Jakob Wahl: But I have to say, and obviously, the big things in the industry always blew me away; and that was Indiana Jones at Disneyland, Anaheim. It was Spiderman at Islands of Adventure. It was the first Harry Potter rides. It was really kind of those, where I would consider revolutionary developments in the dark ride industry, where you just walk out and say, "Wow. What was that?" And Star Wars was the most recent one.Kelly Molson: Oh, that was a great answer. I think that was a brilliant answer. I love that you gave different answers for the different people that you were with, as well. I think that was-Jakob Wahl: Yeah, but it is.Kelly Molson: Right.Jakob Wahl: I think it's the same thing about favourite parks. I have... I love the atmosphere in a Scandinavian park at night, when it comes alive with the lights, with concerts. But if I would go just for rides, it would be probably the Universal Parks. If I go with my family, it's something else. It really depends on the mood of the day.Kelly Molson: Brilliant. Perfect answer, could not have been better. Right. If you had to listen to one album on repeat, continuously, what would that album be?Jakob Wahl: Wow. It would be a classic album, I think; because as much as I love all kinds of music, if I would need to listen to something continuously, I need something which doesn't stress me and which kind of relax me. I don't know the English term. It's a track called Moonshine Sonata. It's a sonnet of the moonlight, or Tchaikovsky, which I like a lot as well.Kelly Molson: Well, that sounds lovely. I actually do this in the car; so I've started to listen to Classic FM, which is a radio station in the UK, because it's really calming.Jakob Wahl: Yes.Kelly Molson: And if you're just... It's just really relaxing and really calm; and it just puts you in a really kind of Zen mood.Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: I'm sure that's all right for driving, to be Zen. Sure, that's fine.Jakob Wahl: Especially in a traffic jam, if you have aggressive drivers around you, that is actually...Kelly Molson: Exactly. Just wind the window down, take in my Classic FM. Okay. What would be your favourite tradition? Something that you do every year, or something that you do every month?Jakob Wahl: It's probably a ski weekend with my best friends. I'm moving to Orlando, so that's actually the hard part; because I love skiing, and I probably spend most of my money on skiing because this means... I think it comes back to what you say in music. There's nothing else where I can more relax and unwind, because you're just in the nature, you're doing sports... Well, it's not really challenging as a sport, but it's just wonderful to be out there. And I think that's something I really, really love; to go with my best friend, just for a weekend, and whiskey and ski.Kelly Molson: That sounds pretty cool, doesn't it? That's going to be a big change for you then, moving-Jakob Wahl: Oh, yes.Kelly Molson: ... to Orlando.Jakob Wahl: Yes. I live right now in the Black Forest, and we have the four seasons here. In Orlando, I think it's the four seasons of humidity. But there are other great things about Orlando. So, I will definitely miss the snow, but there will be plenty of other things I'm very excited about.Kelly Molson: Absolutely. Well, yes. For an Attraction Specialist, could there be a better place to be than Orlando? Maybe not. Right. Jakob, what's your unpopular opinion?Jakob Wahl: I don't like special days in theme parks. And this comes from a longer history. We have seen, in theme parks, days for special needs, or days, or so-called gay days. And I think I would like us to be so inclusive that we don't need special days to accommodate those people. It should be a normal thing. It should be just... I don't also like when you go to toilets, and there's a special sign for disabled people. It should be that they are always accessible. And I think it should be a regular part of our business that you don't need to market designated days for designated groups; because we should be so inclusive that it's every day.Kelly Molson: That's a really good opinion. And I'm pretty sure that a lot of people would agree with you on that one, as well. So maybe it's not going to be quite as unpopular as you think.Jakob Wahl: Then I have another unpopular opinion, for sure.Kelly Molson: Oh, well, throw that at us. If you're going to get... Let's have another one.Jakob Wahl: I'm tired of the word immersive. I don't think every attraction needs to be immersive. I think it's totally fine that you have a great thrill ride, that you have a great rollercoaster. It doesn't always need to have a storyline or own soundtrack or a big theme. It's also fine sometimes, to just have a great ride in itself, and to let it stand for itself without any IP, without a branding, without a soundtrack, without all of that stuff.Kelly Molson: Hmm. All right. Well, listeners, I would love to know your thoughts on these. Tweet me, let me know what you think. Thank you for sharing, Jakob. Can you tell us a little bit about your background and where you are now?Jakob Wahl: I'm sitting right now in Germany, where I'm originally from. I work for IAAPA, which I have done now for four and a half years; it's my second time with IAAPA. Beforehand, I worked for Europa-Park. So this is why I still kind of live in that area, because I was lucky enough to meet my wonderful wife here in this region. So I stayed here even, when moving away from Europa-Park.Jakob Wahl: But I have been, what you would consider in this industry, aficionado. You can call me nerd, enthusiastic, whatever you want. But I think, as many people, I started in the industry as a teenager. My first job was when I was 16. I checked tickets Phantasialand at the entrance, the Mexican side entrance to Phantasialand. And I fell in love with this industry. And I never left, for the disbelief of my parents, who still hope one day I have a serious job. But I think I even got them so far that they understand what this is about, and what it means for me, and that we are huge industry.Jakob Wahl: But since then, I think I love this industry, and I'm sometimes like the child in the candy store, because I think we have the privilege of... Actually, our only purpose is bringing joy to the people. And there are not many industries is out there which can say that for themselves. And in that way, you see lots of discussion about human resources, about bringing young talent to the industry.Jakob Wahl: And I think we need to highlight that more; because you see that it's those companies which have a purpose, which have a mission, which are very popular among young people. Patagonia, Oakley, Veja, other sneaker brands. It's those which say that they're doing good for the people. And ultimately, yes, we are. As an industry, as our members, we are commercially driven, but hey, we bring fun to the people. And I think that is unfortunately, today, more needed than ever before.Kelly Molson: Ah, I could not agree with you more. Bringing fun to the people; there could not be a better definition of what the sector is all about. I absolutely love that. What's really interesting is, most people that come on here that are attractions aficionados, as you called yourself, they do start very young in the sector. So it is an industry that... It really, it does retain people. Right? People fall in love with it at a really early age, which is really lovely to see. And I want to ask you a little bit about this later on in the podcast, actually, something that you talked about, in terms of recruitment and getting more younger people into the industry.Jakob Wahl: We always said two things; we said, "Once you work for the industry, you will never work for anything else, for two reasons. Because you don't want to work for anything else." And actually, the second one is, "No one will take you seriously once you have worked with us."Kelly Molson: That's it. You're done in, so you have to stay.Jakob Wahl: Yes, you have to.Kelly Molson: I love that. Okay. Well, let... You are now at IAAPA.Jakob Wahl: Yes.Kelly Molson: And you've just taken on an incredibly senior role there. Can you tell us a little bit about that, and then what that role involves?Jakob Wahl: Yes. My first time at IAAPA was from 2009 to 2014, and I worked with Karen Staley, who was back then the Vice President. Today, she's with Sally Dark Rides. And I fell in love with this association, because I think, again, we fulfill a role in trying to promote the industry and in bringing people together; and I think that's a wonderful thing.Jakob Wahl: I left then for Europa-Park, where I had four amazing years with the Mack family, with Michael Mack, where I learned a lot. And then, this job opened up at IAAPA EMEA, and as the Vice President. And I always had two hearts in my chest. I was very passionate about the association, and then I took that chance, and I have had four and a half fantastic years with IAAPA EMEA.Jakob Wahl: And then, I was lucky enough to have a great CEO with Hal McEvoy. And we discussed, and then one moment, he changed the strategy in saying that he wanted to be also more in presenting IAAPA on a picture, and asked me to take over the role as COO. And this is a great opportunity, and I'm very happy about what we have achieved in the EMEA region. And I look forward to work with the regional leaders, which we have with June Ko in the APEC region, with Michael Shelton in North America, and with Paulina Reyes in Latin America. And my successor now, Peter van der Schans, to try to bring that industry further, and to deliver more membership services and be of help for our members.Kelly Molson: So, what is your role there now? And what is your kind of purpose at IAAPA? What do you drive?Jakob Wahl: So, I lead the operations of IAAPA across the world. And so that means I'm in charge for the four regional offices, for the global sales, for our three expos. We have IAAPA Expo Asia, which unfortunately, we had to cancel due to the COVID situation in Hong Kong, or in the region and in Shanghai, where the expo was supposed to take place. And the one in Europe, which takes place this year in London, Kelly, I hope to see you there.Kelly Molson: Yes, I will be there.Jakob Wahl: And then, obviously, our big ship, the one in Orlando, which always takes place in November. So, I'm ultimately in charge for those big trade shows for the regions, but also for the many regional events across the world, where we try to bring together people, to learn from each other, to inspire each other, to connect with each other.Jakob Wahl: And we have the next upcoming event in Orlando now, where we are going to see the new Ice Breaker coaster at SeaWorld. We are going to have in mayor region, an event in May, in Italy, where we are going to see Cinecitta World, Magic Land, and Zoomarine, where we'll really try to look into things: what's hot? What should be seen? What can we tell, in terms of educating our members about best practices? That really, everyone comes and sees something and walks away back home to say, "Hey, I can apply that in my business to become better." And I think that's what drives us in trying to come up with those events.Kelly Molson: It's been an incredibly difficult time for the attractions industry-Jakob Wahl: Yes.Kelly Molson: ... full-stop. But for you personally, that must have been very difficult. Because I guess that you are used to traveling a lot all over for the world, to all of these incredible places and attractions that you described. That must have been really tough for you.Jakob Wahl: Well, I think... First, I have a very passionate team; and I think the whole IAAPA team is very passionate. And we felt for our members. We struggled because we had to cancel shows as well. It was sad, because we put a lot of work into things which had to be canceled. But I think we suffered mainly seeing our members struggling with changing rules, with being forced to close down, with all of those things.Jakob Wahl: And I tried to look at the good sides of things. And I think during those past 24 months, our industry grew together. And I think when the pandemic first hit, it was in very short notice that we got together the key leading experts, health and safety experts from all the big parks across the world, who developed a paper on safe re-opening for theme parks.Jakob Wahl: And seeing that, how we worked together as, or unity, how we work with national associations; how we tried to support each other, how we sent letters, how we talked to governments; I think that was actually where the association came alive. And yes, it was hard for us to not being able to bring people face-to-face together, but it was, I think, good because we saw stronger than ever before, the value of an association. And it was... We got many feedback from members across the world saying, "Listen. I went to my government with this paper, and they saw that we are safe. And they saw it, and they let me open again." And that was very fulfilling, obviously, for the members, but also for us; because we saw that what we did was of purpose.Kelly Molson: That's incredibly powerful, isn't it?Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: That document had such a huge effect on attractions all over the world.Jakob Wahl: But that is again, a privilege of this industry, I think. In a way, yes, parks or members or facility members or our supplier members are in a certain way competing. They're competing about the same money, about the same time. But I think if we have certain discussion items of whatever nature, and I call the different members, they all group around the table, they all share their learnings, their best practices. And they walk away, and everyone is kind of doing their thing again.Jakob Wahl: But I'm not sure if this is the same thing in many other businesses: in the car industry, in the computer industry, in the mobile industry. I don't think people are that open with each other. And I think this is where it's special to work for this association; because you feel that. One member thinks, "Listen. If a client, if a guest, has a good time in a different park, it's helpful for me as well. But if they have a bad experience somewhere, they are probably less likely to visit other amusement parks." And I think this is what makes our industry special, because I think we have understood that.Kelly Molson: That's really interesting. And that is something, again, that's come up time and time again, when we've spoken to people in the sector. It's just, one, is how collaborative it is and supportive of each other. But two... Do you think that that... Do you think it's more so since the pandemic? It was prior to, but do you think that that's accelerated because of the pandemic situation?Jakob Wahl: It was always there. I think it was always there. And I think we always have had those dedicated members which have contributed massively through committees, through white papers for all members on best practices, on right commissioning for example, or on right of a creation; those really kind of guidelines where we get safety experts together, creating a document for those parks which might not have the same resources, and trying to level that up.Jakob Wahl: I think what we have seen through the pandemic is that we got those members who might have been inactive before, to get them closer; to get them closer to the association, closer to other members. And I think that has been a benefit. I think we have never talked to so many members throughout the pandemic; and sometimes listening, and sometimes giving advice, and sometimes we only let them vent. But it was good to realise that none of us was alone in that time. And we did some live chats where we had 50 or 60 water park operators; and everyone shared their story. And maybe there were some learnings, maybe there were... But I think it was more important for them to actually see, "Hey, I'm not alone in this. And others go through this as well." And to create that community feeling while we could not have those face-to face-experiences at the events.Kelly Molson: Yeah. Wonderful. It is phenomenal that you've been able to facilitate that level of support for your members. Let's talk about what's coming next, though; because I guess one of the positives from going through that process, is that you did get to speak to so many members. Like you said, some of them had... There was things that you could share to support them; some people just wanted to rant. But I guess all of that knowledge helps you understand what more you can do for your members, and then develop new kind of support programs for them for the future. So what have you got in development? What can you share with us about what's coming next for IAAPA?Jakob Wahl: I think the pandemic has probably been an accelerator to things in the same way it has been to members as it has for us. And we see that with operators across the world, that those past two years have been a huge accelerator for everything digital. And I think that is something which we see for ourselves as well. If I remember trade shows three years ago, we always have the sign at the exit, "See you next year." And I think this is 2019. Today it is, "See you tomorrow on a digital space." Because you need to create those connections all year round; because people have learned to live digitally, and don't want to wait to be face-to-face to be able to do that. And I think that is something where we, for ourselves, and also with our board of directors, have decided, "Listen. We want to invest more into digital options." We already have great, great digital learning availabilities and those offerings. But I think it's really kind of the networking, the connecting part, where we want to become stronger in the years to come.Kelly Molson: Absolutely. Because with digital, we can facilitate conversations like this.Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: We're in different parts of the world, and we're just having a lovely chat on our podcast. But you can bring together people from all over the place in one central location. It's so incredibly powerful to be able to do that. And it seems crazy that we've only been doing that for the last couple of years because of the pandemic. Right? It wasn't mainstream prior to that.Jakob Wahl: No. No.Kelly Molson: It is crazy. Well, that's brilliant. So we're going to be seeing more digital engagement for IAAPA, bringing people together more frequently; which is absolutely what people, I'm sure, want.Jakob Wahl: And I also think what we are going to see, and what we are already doing, is to try to be more regional. I think we have seen that with the trade shows last year, those in Barcelona and Orlando, that they were good trade shows. They were smaller than they used to be. And they were more regional, because of travel restrictions and because of everything. And I think we have seen that there's a need for the regional presence. And those success stories of the regional offices of IAAPA come from that; because we have people on the ground, they speak the language, they understand the market, they know of the players. And this is where we want to offer more small opportunities of bringing people together face-to-face. Obviously, digital, we do that; but also face-to-face. Because as great as this all is in connecting, it's still a difference also, I think for the two of us, Kelly; if we sit down in front of the screen, how much nicer it would be if we sit somewhere next to each other and talk about-Kelly Molson: Absolutely. Absolutely.Jakob Wahl: And this will never replace it. I think it complements each other. And this is where we try to be closer to actually our members, to go towards them; to see what they're doing, and to highlight what they're doing, what innovations there are. There's so many wonderful innovations, facilities, stories to tell out there. And ideally, I would like to do something every week. We don't have the resources for that, but we want to be closer to our members.Kelly Molson: Brilliant. It's interesting you said about that, the kind of face-to-face and in-person; because nothing will ever replace that whatsoever. But I had this-Jakob Wahl: Especially in our industry, I think; because we are a very social industry.Kelly Molson: Absolutely. And you've got fantastic venues and spaces to do that in as well; so why not?Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: But I had this conversation with somebody last week, about how it's just kind of cut down a lot of the longevity and travel that was associated with kind of little mini, micro meetings. You want to meet someone for a coffee, and kind of see if you get to know them first. Right? This is a great way of doing that without spending two hours on a train to get wherever they are.Jakob Wahl: So true.Kelly Molson: So, I see this is the first date. The second date is the coffee in real life.Jakob Wahl: Yes. Exactly.Kelly Molson: I want to go back to something that you talked about right in the beginning.Jakob Wahl: Yes.Kelly Molson: You said about you worked in the sector from a young age, and that they're good at retaining people because they fall in love with the sector.Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: So, in the UK, there's a huge labor shortage in the UK currently. And it is a huge challenge to the sector, especially in the kind of hospitality roles that attractions have.Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: Is this something that's widespread across Europe and the US?Jakob Wahl: Yes.Kelly Molson: So you're still, you're having those problems as well?Jakob Wahl: Unfortunately, yes.Kelly Molson: What do you see as a solution to that? I don't know if you have seen any kind of interesting examples of attractions that are doing things really well to hire new staff and retain the ones that they have?Jakob Wahl: I think what you said, unfortunately, it's a global problem. And I don't know where everyone went, but for sure, we all lack, and we all lack of workforce. And I think that's a huge problem. And the pandemic has not helped that, because, I think we have seen many people who received furlough money. And they were all okay, but people want to work. And if you have that chef who sits at home and can't work, he might not come back to a theme park, because we were so affected by that. And I think this is something first, where we need to create the circumstances that we can operate and that we can actually employ our people, that we stay open.Jakob Wahl: What I see as several trends; I think one of the things is that many parks try to extend their season, to walk away more from seasonal workforce to all year round; so that creates a better, attractive place. I think then, what we have also seen, is that... How to say, sometimes our jobs lacked a little bit of content, in the external view. I think people have had not the highest regards of our industry. And I think this is where we need to kind of diversify our offering a little bit more, and actually tell people what a great job they can have with our industry. And I'm very impressed by initiatives which you see popping up all across members, to highlight what a great place this is to be.Jakob Wahl: I'll give you two examples; Europa-Park in Germany, and Amelia Mack, one of the family members of the Mack family, she introduced a health program for her staff, so that they have very good health benefits. They all have those values which are of relevance for young people today, where they care about. I think it's less about the money, but it is about, "What can a company offer to me in the overall package?" We will not win the race for money. You can, I think, probably increase the salary; but I don't think that the young generation is about money. It's about what we discussed before; purpose, it's about what does the company deliver?Jakob Wahl: And then, we have a third example, or a second example, from the US. Herschend Entertainment Cooperation, with beautiful parks like Silver Dollar City, Dollywood. They actually introduced free education for all their 11,000 employees; completely free.Kelly Molson: Wow.Jakob Wahl: And this is where you see, they kind of try to work on the benefits; not only on the money side, but really try to make people, young people, understand, "Hey. This is a great place to work. We educate you. We promote you. We give you options." And it is the same way why I'm sitting here. I started at 16, and I checked tickets; and now, I'm sitting here where I am today. And there are hundreds of those stories. And I think that is something where we need to highlight that, "Hey. You might start only putting down seat belts, or checking, or selling burgers, but there's a great career path ahead of you."Jakob Wahl: And we, as IAAPA, sorry for taking that so long, but you feel it's close to our hearts. We, as IAAPA, try to work closely with universities across the world, which specialise in Attraction Management program. We, just like three days ago, we had the first intern in our office from BUas, in Breda, which is a university specialised in attractions classes. And it's those people kind of, when they come in huge groups to the trade show, they usually come with 40 students; you see the passion for that industry. And this is just one example of many, where we are very grateful for working with those universities, to try to highlight how attractive we are actually as an industry.Kelly Molson: Absolutely brilliant examples, then. That'll be really, really useful to our listeners, I'm sure. And it goes back to what we were saying. It is about value driven, purpose driven.Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: Explaining what it is, that is the benefit of working there. Not just, "This is how much it is, and this is the role that you'll do." "This is where you can go. This is where you can progress." And really showcasing the kind of culture of the attraction as well.Kelly Molson: And now, I know sustainability is something that you like to talk about quite a lot; I've seen some of your posts on LinkedIn. So it is a real big, hot topic now, as it should be. How can attractions start to put sustainability at the heart of what they're doing? And have you seen any great examples of that that you could share with us as well?Jakob Wahl: Yes. I'm actually the staff liaison for the Sustainability Committee. IAAPA, two years ago probably, introduced a Sustainability Committee under the leadership of Andreas Andersen, the CEO from Liseberg. And to be very frank with you, we probably have not been on the forefront of that subject as an industry. And I think we have to pick up a little bit, but I see a huge interest in that. And I see when we started the Sustainability Committee in the past years, we noticed all the big power groups of this world are enthusiastic about collaborating with us. They all want to say, "Listen, we want to do more. What can we do more? We need to step up the game here." And it's very nice to see the growing importance of that.Jakob Wahl: I'm not a firm believer, or it's a thin line between educating people, and still let them have fun. I think you... It's always difficult, because you don't want to spoil the day by kind of delivering all those horror messages. And we just had an event in... Yeah, in end of February at the World Expo in Dubai. And we had a great session with the head of the Sustainability Pavilion, which did a fantastic job about telling a story, telling about what needs to be better, but not kind of being Debbie Downer, and depressing the guests.Jakob Wahl: But I think what we need to understand, is that sustainability is more than just the ecological aspect. And we refer to the 17 goals of the United Nations, in which I think are at the core of sustainability. And there are some beautiful examples in this industry; and it starts with small attractions. One of our board members, Massimiliano Freddi, he has a small attraction called Wonderwood in Italy, which is not the biggest facility, but they only kind of produce food from the local farmers, and they only serve that. And they're very inclusive to everyone; and they really stand up for their values, which is beautiful. Another wonderful example is Miniature Wonderland; that... Craziest place. I'm not sure. Have you heard of that, Kelly?Kelly Molson: No. No. It sounds up my street, though; I'm 5'2". I feel like I would fit in well there.Jakob Wahl: It's absolutely... No, it's absolutely crazy. It's a place in Hamburg, which started as a miniature railway. And it's so in love with details, I think they make more than a million guests every year. It's three brothers, and I think no business plan, no feasibility study would have ever expected this to be successful. But it was their passion and their heart which made them come this way.Jakob Wahl: So what they did, is that they introduced, I think two weeks in spring, weeks where they let in everyone for free, who comes to the entrance gate and says, "I can't afford it." And if you don't feel comfortable in saying that, you can put a paper, and they let you in for free. And interesting enough, I think it's a wonderful gesture in a very social, ethical way, of allowing people to experience what they normally couldn't. But they actually also said, "Listen. This was commercially successful for us because it brought such an attention to our place, such an awareness, that it paid off." And I think this is a wonderful example. And if you have time for one more example.Kelly Molson: Please. Yeah, please.Jakob Wahl: Karl's Strawberry Farms, also Germany. It's a place which grew out of a strawberry farm. They had so many guests that they built a cafe, and then a restaurant, and then attractions. They built a hotel completely up-cycled; so all the material they used is recycled. And I think this is, all those things, examples for wonderful, sustainable policies without hitting you like, "You are a bad person. You must not do that. You must not do that." But kind of showcasing, "Hey. We do something with the right values, and we do it, and it's actually still a beautiful experience for everyone."Kelly Molson: It's about weaving it into the whole experience, isn't it, like it's a story? It's part of, it's at the heart of the attraction.Jakob Wahl: Yes.Kelly Molson: Rather than kind of something that you've stuck on as a plaster at the end of it. "Oh, by the way, this is our sustainability policy, and this is our recycling policy." And it's about kind of living and breathing it.Jakob Wahl: It needs to be lived. Yeah. It needs to be lived, it needs to be led I think also; and it doesn't help to say, "Listen. We do it because we have to. And everyone is doing..." It's a classic greenwashing example.Kelly Molson: Yeah.Jakob Wahl: But I see in our Sustainability Committee, we have wonderful members from all across the world. When you look at what Liseberg is doing, what Monterey Bay Aquarium is doing, what all those fantastic and wonderful places are doing to be more sustainable in what they do, to try to, through their business model, I think it's very impressive. And again, to quote my Chairman, Andreas Andersen, of that committee, he says, he thinks that, "Sustainability will be in five years as important as safety is today for our industry." And I wouldn't disagree with that. I think it will be a basic of our industry. If it's in five years, if it's in seven or in 10, we will see; but I think it will be a basic expectation of our guests.Kelly Molson: Absolutely. Yeah. I think you're absolutely right.Jakob Wahl: One more thing. It comes back to HR as well. That is also something young people look at. And if people today, if the generation that looks for employment, I think they also want to see, or many of them want to see that those values of sustainability are lived within the company.Kelly Molson: Yeah. You're absolutely right. And it's the change in demographic or age brackets of people that will start to visit those attractions. Right?Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: Because that's what the younger generation are really interested in, sustainability, caring for the environment. And that's what they'll be looking at; places that they come to work for, or places that they come to visit and spend their hard-earned cash. Yep.Kelly Molson: I'd like to just go back to something that you said earlier about the shift in kind of digital advancements in the sector. So, we've seen the kind of contactless economy grow rapidly during the pandemic; the shift to digital ticketing and payments in the attractions industry has rapidly, rapidly accelerated. What do you think is next? And what do you... Because you didn't... Because you said that you need to be at the forefront of what's hot and what's coming next; so I'm testing you now. What do you think is next for the attractions industry, and where do you see these things going in the next kind of three to five years?Jakob Wahl: I think that there are two sides to the story. I think there's a back-end side and the front-end side. I think what we have seen is that people won't get rid of this little thing. It's everywhere; they can't let it go. They're all addicted, including myself. It's horrible.Kelly Molson: He's talking about... Jakob is talking about the phone, just for everyone who can't see it.Jakob Wahl: Oh, the phone, yes.Kelly Molson: Just in case you don't know what he's holding there.Jakob Wahl: Everyone knows. I we say we're all addicted to it, we all know about those smartphones dominating our day. And I think this is where we need to incorporate the smartphone, the mobile, into the experience of day. And that is kind of where I say, "This is the guest excitement." Because while 20 years ago, they only looked at the scenery all day long, now they look at the mobile half of the day. So the question is, "How do you bring the park experience on the mobile?"Jakob Wahl: And I think there are some great examples. There's this wonderful little Danish park called Summerland Sjaelland. And they have a great owner called Kare Dyvekaer. Probably I pronounce it wrongly, but he's a technology aficionado, the same way I'm about amusement parks. And he kind of plays with his app in a way that you can shoot water canons, you can feed the animals, all with your smartphone. And I think this is funny, because it's an enhancement of the experience through your phone; and I think that is something which we will see further.Kelly Molson: That's a really important point to make, is that it's about enhancement and not detraction.Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: So we... Just to compliment that, we had Jakob Thompson on from Attractions.io a few weeks ago. And this was a question that we posed to him actually, is that, how do you... You want people to engage with the app, but you don't want to distract them from what's actually going on around there. So it has to be an enhancement; it has to be things that you... You use it. For example, he painted a really great picture of... He said, "Okay. Well, look. Imagine that you are in one of the play areas at the park, and your kids are going crazy. They're running all over the place. They're hungry. You are starting to get hungry. Everyone's a bit angry because they're hungry. You can just grab your phone now, place your order for your food, and then five minutes later, go and collect it. You haven't got to trudge around trying to find where it is, or wait in a massive queue.Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: And it's those little things that make that experience better, and they solve a problem that you have instantly. But they're not detracting you from the experience at all.Jakob Wahl: Yeah. And I think that comes actually, to my other aspect. Because I think there's an experience aspect, in a way of experiencing the fun part. But I think technology is probably even more important today, in terms of the customer journey. I think we have an expectation today, and I always say, "It's the opposite of a car rental company at an airport." You go there, you have booked everything, you have put in all the data beforehand; and still, you need 10 minutes or 20 minutes to give them all the data again.Kelly Molson: Yeah.Jakob Wahl: And that is kind of the worst example of customer flow. And if you think about this as a worst example, you need to think about, "How can I use technology to make it as easy as possible for my guests to come, to book his ticket, to have the best day ever, and in the best way, actually, in the end to recommend it?"Jakob Wahl: And there, I think that there are those very innovative people. I am coming back to what I said before: skiing. I recently went to a ski resort in Switzerland, Laax. And they have an app, which is perfect; because if you don't want to go by a car to the lift station, you can order a shuttle. If you go by car, you can order a parking space. You can buy your lift pass. You can extend your lift pass. You can buy a virtual line. You can order a restaurant table for lunch. You can see, through all cameras, how many people are waiting at which lift, so you can plan your day.Kelly Molson: Nice.Jakob Wahl: You can actually, in the evening, you have kind of the same idea of Uber Eats. You can order your food all through that app. And this is just in one flow, where you really kind of just make it as easy as possible for the guests to enjoy and to have the best time ever.Jakob Wahl: Because I think what we have seen in the past years, that time is limited. And if people, especially now after the pandemic, if they want to get out, if they want to make an excursion, if they want to do a trip to an amusement park, to a ski resort, to whatsoever, they want this to be seamless, to be perfect from A to Zed.Jakob Wahl: And the masterminds in this industry, and I'm happy that they are an IAAPA member, is to Tomorrowland, the Music Festival in Belgium. They are so sophisticated in what they're doing. It always blows me away. Have you heard about it, how they work?Kelly Molson: No. Please share.Jakob Wahl: So, it's a festival which takes place this year on three weekends. I think each weekend is sold out within like 10 minutes, one of 80,000 persons each weekend. And when you book your ticket, when you get one, when you're lucky, you get after probably like eight weeks out; it might be more, but some weeks out, you get a box home with a wristband. On that wristband, everything is safe: your name, your access ticket, wherever you can go, because there's special categories. You can upload money on that wristband through a credit card online. So you don't need anything than this wristband. Two weeks prior to the event, it starts actually living. It breathes, it blings. There are little LEDs on it. And when you go there, this is your only thing which you need all the time. And this is where I think using technology to make things easier, but at the same time, enhancing the experience again; because it is themed, it looks beautiful. Really, Kelly, I will send you a link afterwards. You should have a look at it.Kelly Molson: Please do, yeah.Jakob Wahl: It's so thought through. You can pay. And it's a temporary festival; you can pay everything cashless on site, and everything is settled. And I think it's just fantastic. And we looked at several technologies of that, and you could even, if you want to, you could even use it in a way that if someone comes, I would recognise who that is. And we thought about it, at one moment, how great this would be for Halloween. When you walk into a horror house or into a maze, and I would know, through your wristband, "Oh, Kelly is coming." And I'm the scare actor, and I can say, "Hi, Kelly." I could see you. How great is that? And this is, I think, where digital technology has abounded so much. The only problem is, it advances so quickly that I have no idea, probably in four years, we will laugh about where we stand today.Kelly Molson: Yes. That's true, isn't it? It's an unfair question. We are developing so rapidly in that area, who knows what the next three or four years will hold?Jakob Wahl: Yeah.Kelly Molson: That's been fantastic. Thank you so much for your input today, Jakob. I've really enjoyed talking to you.Jakob Wahl: Same here.Kelly Molson: I always ask my guests for a book at the end of the show, that they would recommend to our listeners though. Now, it can be something that you love, personally, or it can be something that you've read that's maybe helped shape your career in some way. Have you got anything that you'd recommend for us?Jakob Wahl: I have a favourite book, but it has absolutely nothing to do with my career or whatsoever.Kelly Molson: That's fine. That's fine.Jakob Wahl: I really, really enjoyed reading Tender Bar. I don't even know who the author is, I'm afraid to say. But it's a wonderful story about the love of a young boy to a bar. And he grows up with that bar, and it's a beautiful story. They actually made a movie out of it. The movie was not so great. So don't watch the movie, read the book. And then, what I actually also like, from a personal development kind of thing is, there's a book called The Courage to be Disliked.Kelly Molson: Oh, I like it. Okay.Jakob Wahl: It's a very nice book. Not that it helped me, but I enjoyed reading it. And it gave some great inspiration.Kelly Molson: Is it about forming opinions? So, not being scared to state your mind?Jakob Wahl: Yes. And it's also about not trying to set as an excuse where you come from. You shouldn't excuse yourself for the person you are because of your history. You can change every day, and you can decide to be a different person every day. And I think that is something which is very, very interesting.Kelly Molson: That's a great book. I'm going to get that book.Jakob Wahl: You should. It's very interesting. And if you don't like it, blame it on me; and then the drink is on me the next time we see each other. But I honestly, really, really enjoyed it.Kelly Molson: I'll take you up on that. Well, look; listeners, as ever, if you want to win, head over to our Twitter account, and you retweet this episode announcement with the words, "I want Jakob's book," then you can win it. I'm going to go and buy myself a copy and read it before you guys get it. But Jakob, thank you so much for your time today. You're an incredibly busy man, so I'm very grateful that you've been able to come on and share with us. And I look forward to meeting you in person, hopefully at the IAAPA Conference in London.Jakob Wahl: Same here, Kelly; it was a huge pleasure to talk to you. And if I can, and I don't want to do a commercial thing here; but I was just trying to explain what IAAPA does. But we want to be there for our members, and also for those who are not members. So, whenever you thought I said something great, or you thought I said something horrible, reach out to me. Disagree with me on LinkedIn, on Twitter, on wherever; send me an email, and say, "Why did you say that?" An, "Have you ever thought about doing this?" I think we can only serve the industry as good as we know what the industry needs. And this is where I'm always happy for any kind of feedback.Kelly Molson: What we will do, is put all of Jakob's contact details. I might not give you his email address, but I'll put his LinkedIn address in there.Jakob Wahl: Oh, it's out there, anyway, for dealing with me.Kelly Molson: All right. All of his contact details will be in the show notes. You know where to find them. Take him up on that offer, and you'll have a great conversation if you do. Thanks, Jakob.Jakob Wahl: Thank you, Kelly. It was a pleasure.Kelly Molson: Thanks for listening to Skip the Queue. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a five star review. It really helps others find us. And remember to follow us on Twitter for your chance to win the books that have been mentioned. Skip the Queue is brought to you by Rubber Cheese, a digital agency that builds remarkable systems and websites for attractions that helps them increase their visitor numbers. You can find show notes and transcriptions from this episode and more over on our website, rubbercheese.com/podcast.

The Conversationalist Podcast
Devon Werkheiser | POVz Exclusivez: Episode #1

The Conversationalist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 55:08


POVz = Gen Z Points Of View We're breaking echo chambers LIVE for the world to see! POVz, the first-ever Gen Z talk show, blasts controversial topics from multiple perspectives, by young people, for young people. Hosted by The Conversationalist's Founder and CEO, Sophie Beren gets deep with celebrities to amplify their personal experiences on POVz Exclusivez. In this podcast, Devon Werkheiser talks about mental health, childhood stardom, getting cancelled & his experience on the set of "Rust". Head to www.theconversationalist.com/povz-2021 to watch the interview! Text "POVz" to 1 (877) 222-1119 to get involved.

Locked On Penguins - Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Penguins
The Pittsburgh Penguins got a STEAL with that Bryan Rust contract...

Locked On Penguins - Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Penguins

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 28:19


The Pittsburgh Penguins always surprise us! Hunter starts out the show by touching on the Bryan Rust contract and how the Penguins stole that one. How shocked was Hunter to read that tweet on Saturday night? How many good years will the team get out of Rust on this contract? He answers those questions, plus goes into why it doesn't matter if he's not as good during those final two years since the team likely won't be good. He then debunks some theories that Rakell is better than Rust even though the former did play well after he came over from Anaheim. He also brings up the point that this can really help the Penguins with their cap situation and what it means for paying their stars. After that, he reacts to Ron Hextall's press conference on Monday and analyzes what some of his comments mean. Is it the right call to potentially bring Kasperi Kapanen back? What did Hextall think of the hit on Crosby and Guentzel? Are the sides close with contracts for both Letang and Malkin? Is this team going all-in again? Finally, Hunter brings up some Elliotte Friedman comments about the team and what they could mean moving forward. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Late Night Linux
Late Night Linux – Episode 178

Late Night Linux

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 30:08


We break with tradition and talk about some of the things we love about Linux and FOSS. Plus overhyped NVIDIA news, Google relents on free custom email accounts, Félim is trolled about Chromebooks, KDE Korner, and a Rust supply-chain attack drags up an old debate.   News No FOSS Talk Live this year but there's... Read More

Mark Madden
05.23.22 The Mark Madden Show HR 2

Mark Madden

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 39:21


Afternoons 3-6 on 105.9 The X New World Order Mark talks about Tiger blowing up on Saturday and then pulling out of the field Sunday at the PGA. OW MY BACK! He then gets into the Letang or Malkin debate, who would you rather keep and also touches on Peter King's thoughts on the Steelers. Phil Bourque joins the show to break down the end of the season the Rust contract and what moves lie ahead for this team in what the 29er thinks is the biggest offseason in Penguins history.

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio
WPXI-TV's 'The Final Word' with Tim Benz, Dorin Dickerson, and Alby Oxenreiter on Bryan Rust, Steelers' positional holes, and the state of the Pirates

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 23:55


If you couldn't stay up late last night to watch WPXI-TV's 'The Final Word,' Chris Carter and I were joined by Tim Benz on a panel hosted by Alby Oxenreiter, and we discussed the confidence level in the Penguins winning a first-round series against a Metro Division opponent, how the Steelers should handle free agency, and what'll catch the eye the most about the Pirates in spring training. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL
Gerard Gallant's war of words with Carolina Hurricanes, Bryan Rust extended in Pittsburgh and St. Louis moves forward without Jordan Binnington vs Colorado Avalanche

The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 72:32


Craig and Sean celebrate Victoria Day with a special edition of the Tuesday boyzzz TAHS on a Monday! The guys discuss the antics of Max Domi in the dying seconds in game three between the Rangers and Hurricanes, and Gerard Gallant's harsh words directed towards the Canes post game. Bryan Rust signs a 5 year extension with Pittsburgh and we ask, what does that mean for Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang moving forward with the Penguins? The guys also take a look at what of the six vacant NHL coaching positions, from Vegas, to Chicago, Dallas, Winnipeg, Detroit and Philadelphia is most appealing for coaches looking for work next season. Jeremy Rutherford joins the boys to breakdown the first three games of the St. Louis Blues, Colorado Avalanche series, the collision between Nazem Kadri and Jordan Binnington, Ville Husso stepping back in between the pipes and the Selke Trophy performance from Ryan O'Reilly as he continues to shutdown Nathan MacKinnon. Plus we stick tap JR for his recently renovated 'hockey basement' in the suburbs of St. Louis ahead of another edition of the Tuesday boyzzz comment section. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Cook & Joe Show
Did Bryan Rust Settle For a Hometown Discount?

The Cook & Joe Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 43:01


We react to the deal that Bryan Rust signed this weekend to come back to the Penguins and debate whether he could have really gotten more elsewhere and what it means for the rest of the impending free agents this offseason. 

Rusty's Garage
Ross Stone (Part 1)

Rusty's Garage

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 50:01


A rare long form chat with one of the great team owners in Australasian motorsport. Working with the legendary Dick Johnson, and the respect the The Stone Brothers garnered internationally, as well as working with the larrikin Graeme Crosby and inspiring the next generation of racers.  Join Greg 'Rusty' Rust for a special conversation with Supercars Hall of Famer Ross Stone as he sits down and reflects like he's never done before.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rusty's Garage
Ross Stone (Part 2)

Rusty's Garage

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 56:46


How he started one of the most iconic Supercars teams in history, the Bathurst win that changed everything, unique insights on star drivers like Marcos Ambrose and restoring their most successful race cars. Join Greg 'Rusty' Rust for an episode with Supercars team owner, and pure racer Ross Stone. A unique character who let results on track do most of the talking, until now. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tip of the Ice-Burgh Podcast
Six More Years of Bryan Rust

Tip of the Ice-Burgh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 42:40


Nick and Nick discuss Bryan Rust's new Contract, and how the Penguins are going to handle their log jammed blue line. Tune In!! Topics Include: Bryan Rust Signs a New 6-Year Deal with the Pittsburgh Penguins Penguins Blue Line Log Jam Do we NEED to see PO Joseph Start Next Season? Weekly Pens Poll The top podcast for the most avid Penguins fans! Tune in as hosts Nick Brlansky and Nick Horwat bring you all of the Pittsburgh Penguins top news and analysis every Monday & Thursday as part of SI Fan Nation Network and InsideThePenguins.com. Listen weekly and remember every day is “A Great Day for Hockey”! @IceBurghPodcast @InsidePenguins Watch segments and full episodes of the show on YouTube at Inside The Penguins!!

The Fan Morning Show
Rust contract, Ben Cherington, Birds!

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 38:32


Was the Bryan Rust contract great, good, or less than that? We went around the room. Tristan Jarry is going into a lame duck season...Should the Penguins pay him? When are you allowed to complain about how hot it is? Is it too early? We play the Ben Cherington sound where he says he's seen real progress from the team this year...Colin says you need to know what you can say behind closed doors and out in public. Nobody wants to hear what he said yesterday morning. We all know Colin had a bird living in his wreath. Now Crowley and Mack have bird infestations. What's up with birds and The Fan Morning Show?! 

The Fan Morning Show
Rust, Get Money, The Five

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 39:06


Bryan Rust got his deal and he took a discount! What does this mean for Malkin and/or Malkin? How about Ron Hextall? Colin tried to give golf a chance this weekend. Zalatoris took 15/20 minutes to set up a shot after hitting the ball into the bushes. Colin just has no time for that. 6:26-  GET MONEY6:31-  THE FIVE: Does the Bryan Rust extension mean Hextall will be back? Does this mean that one of Malkin or Geno will return? If Tuitt doesn't show up, does that change your perception of the Steelers offseason? Any problem w/ John Daly getting a cart for medical purposes and Tiger not? Anything more embarrassing than getting blown out and having a position player pitch against you?  6:47- TWITTER POLL: Will Ron Hextall be the Pens GM when the 2022-2023 season begins? How early is too early to do yardwork on the weekend? 

The Fan Early Morning Show
Rust, Hextall, OTA's, Pete Thamel

The Fan Early Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 25:15


Bryan Rust took a discount! What does it mean for Geno, Tanger, and Hextall? Crowley has some thoughts for Diontae Johnson and Pete Thamel. 

In Voorhees We Trust
HALLOWEEN • IN MYERS WE TRUST: EPISODE 1

In Voorhees We Trust

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 222:54


Get all twelve remaining episodes of IN MYERS WE TRUST WITH GYERS AND RUST on PATREON.With Gourley And Rust bonus content on PATREON and merchandise on REDBUBBLE.With Gourley and Rust theme song by Matt's band, TOWNLAND.And also check out Paul's band, DON'T STOP OR WE'LL DIE. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

With Gourley And Rust
HALLOWEEN • IN MYERS WE TRUST: EPISODE 1

With Gourley And Rust

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 222:54


Get all twelve remaining episodes of IN MYERS WE TRUST WITH GYERS AND RUST on PATREON.With Gourley And Rust bonus content on PATREON and merchandise on REDBUBBLE.With Gourley and Rust theme song by Matt's band, TOWNLAND.And also check out Paul's band, DON'T STOP OR WE'LL DIE. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio
DK's Daily Shot of Penguins: The value of Bryan Rust signing first

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 19:09


The value of Bryan Rust signing first. Hear award-winning columnist Dejan Kovacevic's Daily Shots of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates -- three separate podcasts -- every weekday morning on the DK Pittsburgh Sports podcasting network, available on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/dkpghsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast
Madden Monday (5/23)--Bryan Rust stays with Penguins

SportsTalk on TribLIVE.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 21:37


Empire Of Rust
Empire Of Rust 076 - The Spark Awakens Part 1

Empire Of Rust

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 46:46


With the vault delved and its treasures looted, our heroes level up – and there’s big surprises in store for Wildstrike and Magnum! We want to hear your feedback! Post a comment here or email feedback for Empire Of Rust directly to rust@transmissionspodcast.com! Want some TransMissions swag? Check out our online shop, powered by TeePublic! Like what we’re doing and want to help make our podcast even better? If you already support us, thank you! Show Notes: Intro [0:00:00] Chapter 1 – Run & Shrink Gun [0:14:07] Chapter 2 – A Hat For A Headmaster’s Headmaster [0:24:00] Closing [0:45:26] If you enjoy Empire of Rust, please rate us and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify! These ratings greatly help podcasts become more discoverable to other people using those services and is an easy way to help out our show. What is the Empire Of Rust Podcast? TransMissions Podcast… Continue reading The post Empire Of Rust 076 – The Spark Awakens Part 1 appeared first on TransMissions Podcast Network.

TransMissions Podcast: Transformers News and Reviews! - All Shows Feed
Empire Of Rust 076 - The Spark Awakens Part 1

TransMissions Podcast: Transformers News and Reviews! - All Shows Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 46:46


With the vault delved and its treasures looted, our heroes level up – and there’s big surprises in store for Wildstrike and Magnum! We want to hear your feedback! Post a comment here or email feedback for Empire Of Rust directly to rust@transmissionspodcast.com! Want some TransMissions swag? Check out our online shop, powered by TeePublic! Like what we’re doing and want to help make our podcast even better? If you already support us, thank you! Show Notes: Intro [0:00:00] Chapter 1 – Run & Shrink Gun [0:14:07] Chapter 2 – A Hat For A Headmaster’s Headmaster [0:24:00] Closing [0:45:26] If you enjoy Empire of Rust, please rate us and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify! These ratings greatly help podcasts become more discoverable to other people using those services and is an easy way to help out our show. What is the Empire Of Rust Podcast? TransMissions Podcast… Continue reading The post Empire Of Rust 076 – The Spark Awakens Part 1 appeared first on TransMissions Podcast Network.

Application Security Weekly (Audio)
ASW #197 - Brian Glas

Application Security Weekly (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 79:39


This week, in the first segment, Brian Glas answers the questions surrounding the next generations of AppSec professionals: What does it look like to try teaching cybersecurity at an undergraduate level? What are the goals and challenges faced when trying to help future generations learn what they need to know to contribute to this industry? Then, in the AppSec News: Typosquatting spreads to Rust, curl fixes flaws in mishandling dots and slashes, OpenSSF invests in a mobilization plan for open source, &interesting AppSec from Black Hat Asia! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/secweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw197

Paul's Security Weekly
ASW #197 - Brian Glas

Paul's Security Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 79:39


This week, in the first segment, Brian Glas answers the questions surrounding the next generations of AppSec professionals: What does it look like to try teaching cybersecurity at an undergraduate level? What are the goals and challenges faced when trying to help future generations learn what they need to know to contribute to this industry? Then, in the AppSec News: Typosquatting spreads to Rust, curl fixes flaws in mishandling dots and slashes, OpenSSF invests in a mobilization plan for open source, &interesting AppSec from Black Hat Asia! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/secweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw197

Rustacean Station
Actix Web with Rob Ede

Rustacean Station

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 42:49


Allen Wyma talks with Rob Ede, lead developer on Actix Web. Actix Web is a powerful, pragmatic, and extremely fast web framework for Rust Contributing to Rustacean Station Rustacean Station is a community project; get in touch with us if you'd like to suggest an idea for an episode or offer your services as a host or audio editor! Twitter: @rustaceanfm Discord: Rustacean Station Github: @rustacean-station Email: hello@rustacean-station.org Timestamps [@0:27] - Rob's programming background [@3:28] - Rob's experience with Actix Web [@8:46] - What got Rob into Rust [@14:01] - How Rust came into their project [@22:21] - How Rob got involved in the Actix web framework [@24:28] - Actix Web versions [@30:24] - Why Actix Web does not use Hyper [@38:14] - Actix Web's upcoming updates and roadmap [@38:56] - Rob's parting thoughts Other Resources Credits Intro Theme: Aerocity Audio Editing: Plangora Hosting Infrastructure: Jon Gjengset Show Notes: Plangora Hosts: Allen Wyma

The Kings of Punk
Long Way Back From Hebron and/or Erlanger, KY

The Kings of Punk

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 71:02


The KOPPOD hosts venture into uncharted territory, recording their very first on-the-road episode from a Kentucky Holiday Inn. The goal of this venture? They went to see DANZIG perform in Cincinnati over the weekend, and they wanted to provide you with a fresh episode this week regardless. Jake's lady (and Glenn fanatic) Darby accompanied them on this journey. In the second half of this episode, she provides a feminine perspective on Glenn and his body (of work). You've got a very special KOPPOD episode waiting for you here, packed to the brim with gonzo Glenn reporting (plus a tangent or two about Kentucky/Southern Ohio). On this same Saturday, a neo-Nazi murdered ten people in Buffalo, NY. White supremacist ideology motivated this attack, as evidenced by his stupid fucking manifesto. Black Love Resists in the Rust are providing individuals effected by the shooting with grants to help with mental health and food security needs. You can donate here: https://donate-usa.keela.co/mental-health-and-food-support?fbclid=IwAR1AxBa8S8UA_qgjy8S9veX1oXHgcteP85Winx9YOt5xWnDCzN9DJ_5ytE8 HOT TAKE HOTLINE: 585-348-8203 KINGS OF PUNK Website: https://kingsofpunk.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/koppodofficial/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kingsofpunkpod/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPj6iMRyW0GAJnxv9i7TAdQ Syrup Head Recordings: https://syruphead.storenvy.com/ and https://www.instagram.com/syrup_head_recordings/?hl=en Shirley Road Records: https://shirleyroadrecords.com/ USE PROMOCODE "KOPPOD10" (no quotes) for 10% off all orders. Visit https://shirleyroadrecords.bandcamp.com/ to listen to tunes.

In Voorhees We Trust
THE MIST

In Voorhees We Trust

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 126:29


Del Tante Greenbouns.With Gourley And Rust bonus content on PATREON and merchandise on REDBUBBLE.With Gourley and Rust theme song by Matt's band, TOWNLAND.And also check out Paul's band, DON'T STOP OR WE'LL DIE. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

With Gourley And Rust

Del Tante Greenbouns.With Gourley And Rust bonus content on PATREON and merchandise on REDBUBBLE.With Gourley and Rust theme song by Matt's band, TOWNLAND.And also check out Paul's band, DON'T STOP OR WE'LL DIE. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Programme B
Alec Baldwin, dans l'ombre d'Hollywood | 4/4

Programme B

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 24:59


Ce serait presque un début de scénario : c'est l'histoire d'un tournage qui tourne mal, d'un acteur qui tire et tue la directrice de la photographie du film avec un pistolet censé être chargé à blanc. C'est pourtant la réalité, cruelle, de ce qui est arrivé à Halyna Hutchins et à Alec Baldwin sur le tournage de “Rust”. Une faute grave, qui met en lumière les failles d'un système hollywoodien cherchant toujours plus d'économies, au prix de la sécurité.Juliette Livartowski raconte.CRÉDITSProgramme B est un podcast de Binge Audio présenté par Thomas Rozec. Cet épisode a été produit en mai 2022. Réalisation : Elisa Grenet. Production et édition : Lorraine Besse et Naomi Titti. Générique : François Clos et Thibault Lefranc. Identité sonore Binge Audio : Jean-Benoît Dunckel (musique) et Bonnie El Bokeili (voix). Identité graphique : Sébastien Brothier et Thomas Steffen (Upian). Direction des programmes : Joël Ronez. Direction de la rédaction : David Carzon. Direction générale : Gabrielle Boeri-Charles. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

The Word Is Resistance
TWIR 5.22.22 #MutualInterest: When You're Safe, I'm Safe

The Word Is Resistance

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 34:28


Rev. Margaret Ernst introduces us to the story of Lydia, a seller of purple cloth, through the lens of radical hospitality and mutual interest in collective liberation. For action, donate to Black Love Resists in the Rust, who are organizing on the ground in Buffalo against white supremacy and anti-Black racism, including coordinating mental health and emergency food support for their community impacted by the white supremacist shooting: https://tinyurl.com/yc23389v For the full song referenced in this episode, "Everything to Gain", by Allison Beyer (co-written with Devon Sproule), visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yISqAlE1-8 Transcript available here: https://surj.org/our-work/surj-faith/twir/

KFI Featured Segments
@BillHandelShow - Movies, Music and Mo! with Mo Kelly

KFI Featured Segments

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 13:02


Mo Kelly joins Bill for this week's edition of Movies, Music and Mo! He and Handel talk about Netflix's big changes amid massive losses in subscriptions, and more on the 'Rust' film.

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 9a - LAUSD Schools' Plummeting Enrollment and Movies, Music & Mo! with Mo Kelly

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 25:56


Bill Handel talks about how LAUSD schools have seen a big drop in enrollment since the pandemic first hit, and are expected to see another 30% dip. Mo Kelly joins Bill for this week's edition of Movies, Music and Mo! He and Handel talk about Netflix's big changes amid massive losses in subscriptions, and more on the 'Rust' film.

Rover's Morning Glory
Dieter's Conspiracy Corner, dental dams, & more

Rover's Morning Glory

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 185:04


Charlie, Duji, and Snitzer have a new crypto scheme. Museum defends allowing man in lingerie to play with Lego at kids event. ‘Rust' producer remains confident film can be completed after fatal shooting. Is baby formula being stockpiled at the border? Six former Phillies players have died of brain cancer. MLB pitcher Zach Davies scorned ex-wife posts scathing rant about how he ghosted her a year and blocked her number. Does anyone actually use dental dams? Woman who jumped into spider monkey enclosure at El Paso Zoo speaks out. Dieter's Conspiracy Corner - New recruitment ad.

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio
DK's Daily Shot of Penguins: Bryan Rust vs. Rickard Rakell

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 20:24


Which top-six right winger should be kept, Bryan Rust or Rickard Rakell? Hear award-winning columnist Dejan Kovacevic's Daily Shots of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates -- three separate podcasts -- every weekday morning on the DK Pittsburgh Sports podcasting network, available on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/dkpghsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Red Moon Podcast
Netflix To Add Ads

Red Moon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 74:01


Welcome to the RMPodcast! Review: Firestarter (@ 9:14) Story Time Segment (@ 58:47) Headlines: Netflix looking to add ads by end of year? Fires 150 people Rust producer looks to finish movie Fred Ward passes at 79

Paul's Security Weekly TV
Typosquatting, Curl's Security Update, & OpenSSF's 10 Point Mobilization Plan - ASW #197

Paul's Security Weekly TV

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 40:22


This week in the AppSec News: Typosquatting spreads to Rust, curl fixes flaws in mishandling dots and slashes, OpenSSF invests in a mobilization plan for open source, interesting appsec from Black Hat Asia.    Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw197

Adventures in DevOps
Progressions Through Programming Languages - DevOps 114

Adventures in DevOps

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 51:21


Do I need to learn how to write code? What are the types of program languages required in DevOps? What are the pros and cons of each? Will, Jonathan, and Jillian discuss the progressions through programming languages and their insights and opinions with each. Learn about Bash, Go, Perl, Python, Python 2, Python 3, JavaScript, Node.js, Rust, Ruby, and Java. At the end, they provide their final concluding thoughts and share their top picks. Sponsors Top End Devs (https://topenddevs.com/) Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial (https://raygun.com/?utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=adventuresdevops&utm_campaign=devchat&utm_content=homepage) Coaching | Top End Devs (https://topenddevs.com/coaching) Links How to program with Bash: Syntax and tools (https://opensource.com/article/19/10/programming-bash-syntax-tools) The Go Programming Language (https://go.dev/) The Perl Programming Language - www.perl.org (https://www.perl.org/) Welcome to Python.org (https://www.python.org/) JavaScript.com (https://www.javascript.com/) Node.js (https://nodejs.org/en/) Rust (https://www.rust-lang.org/) Ruby (https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/) Java | Oracle (https://www.java.com/en/) Picks Jillian- The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories (https://amzn.to/3lrUtCt) Jonathan- Obviously Awesome (https://amzn.to/3Lx7aGS) Jonathan- neverworkintheory.org (https://neverworkintheory.org/) Jonathan- The Tiny DevOps Guy (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5UfX0EgUWlcdQ2RDsq_fcA) Will- Learning Go (https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/learning-go/9781492077206/) Will- DevOps for Developers (https://devopsfordevelopers.io/)

Rustacean Station
This Week in Rust - Issue 441

Rustacean Station

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 35:10


Tim McNamara and Allen Wyma discuss their highlights from This Week in Rust 441. Contributing to Rustacean Station Rustacean Station is a community project; get in touch with us if you'd like to suggest an idea for an episode or offer your services as a host or audio editor! Twitter: @rustaceanfm Discord: Rustacean Station Github: @rustacean-station Email: hello@rustacean-station.org Credits Intro Theme: Aerocity Audio Editing: Jan Lund Hosting Infrastructure: Jon Gjengset Show Notes: Tim McNamara Hosts: Tim McNamara and Allen Wyma

Colleen & Bradley
5/17 Tues Hr 2: What should be the Minnesota state soup?

Colleen & Bradley

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 38:37


PLUS: Will Johnny Depp do another "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie? D-BAGS: Lance Bass and ITV AND should "Rust" be completed?

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
7-8am- Rust & Gex X Not Getting Respect

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 38:26


‘Rust' may still be finished after the onset tragedy, more on Ezra Miller's arrest, a new Disney film called ‘Elemental,' Megan Fox cut a hole in her Billboard Music Awards dress for sex, grandparents are suing their son for not having grandchildren, Gen X are not getting enough respect, old lead poisoning commercials, Sarah and Vinnie reminisce, and more of your texts!

Wally Show Podcast
Aftercast: It's a Clenched Day: May 17, 2022

Wally Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 20:59


Wally tries to unclench from a stressful morning, Elon Musk is putting a hold on Twitter, one producer thinks "Rust" will finish filming, colors represent yours as well as celeb personalities, and Cher takes us out.You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies

The Rom Com Rewind Podcast
S3 E19: I Love You Beth Cooper

The Rom Com Rewind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 42:55


This week Sarah and Devin rewatch the 2009 romantic comedy I Love You Beth Cooper. Denis Cooverman, played by Paul Rust is his school's valedictorian. Denis is fairly nerdy, hasn't had a whole lot of FUN throughout his highschool experience and doesn't have many stories to share. But during his Valedictorian speech Denis takes the opportunity to say what he has ALWAYS wanted to say… I LOVE YOU BETH COOPER…  Along with pissing off many key students and people at this school, Denis confesses his love to Beth Cooper, played by Hayden Panettiere. This revelation in front of the school has a rippling impact that carries Denis on a wild adventure of a night he will never forget.  Check out the alternate ending here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7Kca6hARhE    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

First Thing with Kevin Manno
Tuesday, May 17th 2022

First Thing with Kevin Manno

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 12:55


Get informed. Quickly. Russian invasion of Ukraine, McDonalds leaving Russia, Buffalo Hate Crime, Covid death toll, Logan Paul V Floyd Mayweather, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, production to continue on Rust, Amber Heard, Bridgerton, Black Mirror, Steve Aoki, Rachael Ray, edible tape, the world's tallest dog & more...

The Big Picture
The Stephen King Movie Hall of Fame

The Big Picture

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 96:08


There is a new adaptation of Stephen King's ‘Firestarter' out this weekend, which got us thinking about King movies and how they never really go away. Sean is joined by Matt Gourley and Paul Rust of the With Gourley and Rust podcast to build a shrine comprised of 10 Stephen King adaptations. Host: Sean Fennessey Guest: Matt Gourley and Paul Rust Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices