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Arts and culture enthusiast Tommy Sar of St. Paul recommends checking out the screening of a new documentary centering women and nonbinary people in Taiko drumming. Filmed in Minnesota and Japan, “Finding Her Beat” makes its state premiere this weekend during the Sound Unseen film festival. For centuries, only men were allowed to take part in the traditional Japanese art form of Taiko drumming. That has changed in recent years. Sar remembers when performers gathered at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in St. Paul several years ago, which is featured in the film. Sar called the documentary of the performers' Taiko journeys “moving and powerful,” with high-energy performances. Don't see video? Click here. The first showing of the film on Friday has sold out, but there is a second showing Sunday at 8:15 p.m. at the Parkway Theater in Minneapolis. Virtual tickets are also available. Amateur guitarist Chuck House of St. Paul plans to attend the next concert in the Minnesota Guitar Society's new Jazz and Fingerstyle Guitar Concert series. The concert on Tuesday features two talented local guitar duos playing hot club jazz. At 6 p.m. the Red Hot Django Peppers duo Ryan Picone and Jose Betanzos show off the intricate fingerwork and swinging rhythms of late Romani guitarist Django Reinhardt. Famous for his improvisations, Reinhardt didn't write his compositions down. Instead this Twin Cities duo will play a mix of original arrangements and tunes adopted from recordings by Reinhardt and his fans. From 7 to 9 p.m., guitarists Pavel Jany and Dean Harrington take the stage with a variety of styles including swing. The event is free, but seating is limited at MetroNOME Brewery in St. Paul. Don't see video? Click here: As an artist in southwestern Minnesota, Lucy Tokheim of Dawson has seen the ripple effect first-hand of the long career of Franz Allbert Richter in nearby Clarkfield. Richter, who recently turned 80, worked closely with Minnesota poets Robert Bly and Bill Holm, creating drawings from many of Bly's books during the Seventies Press period. A collection of Franz Allbert Richter's pencil drawings and clay folk figures, titled “A Life in Art,” is at Madison Mercantile, which has a gallery space, in Madison, Minn. The show's opening is Thursday at 7 p.m., when Pioneer PBS will interview fans of Richter's work for a “Postcards” episode to air next year. The work will be on view through the month of November. Tokheim notes that many of Richter's drawings from the 1970s and 80s were completed at a time when good art photography was scarce, making it difficult to preserve copies of original drawings. She says this gathering of even a portion of Richter's work is a great opportunity.
In the thirty-fifth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by a panel of guests, musician Ben Childs, screenwriter August Gummere, and fellow cinephile Jordan Berry, to discuss Terry Gilliam's wondrous epic about the extravagant exploits, stories, and lies of the fabled eponymous nobleman in The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988).
Bret Keisling is joined by Jennifer Krieger, financial advisory services director at Weaver [weaver.com], to discuss stock appreciation rights, including when and why they're issued, performance vs. retention SARs, questions of value dilution, and how SAR's differ from other forms of compensation. In addition to SARs, Jenn gives a contrasting overview of warrants, options, and phantom stock, and considerations for the trustee and valuation advisory in accounting for the SARs both in transactional and ongoing annual valuations. Further show notes, and all of our past episodes, are available on our website at https://www.theesoppodcast.com/post/223-stock-appreciation-rights-with-jenn-krieger
Last week I know I talked about real self-care, but in this episode, I go more in depth as to what I think the 5 pillars of self-care are for men and women! As I break each pillar down one by one, I ask you questions to self-reflect on that will help you decide what type of self-care you can focus on more in order to be more in alignment with your true authentic self. If you haven't already gotten my mental health self-help workbook, you can find it here: Workbook Thanks for tuning in! LOVE YOU!!! XO, Sar
In de podcast Kick-off bespreken Valentijn Driessen en Mike Verweij met Pim Sedee de voor Ajax pijnlijke nederlaag in de Johan Cruijff Arena tegen PSV (1-2). Driessen: ,,Ajax gaat niet beter spelen, eerder slechter, alle topwedstrijden zijn verloren gegaan en ook de pikorde in de selectie is weg.'' Hij sluit dan ook niet uit dat Ajax-coach Alfred Schreuder nog veel verder onder druk komt te staan. Verweij: ,,Maar de vraag is: ,,durft algemeen directeur Edwin van der Sar uiteindelijk Schreuder te ontslaan?” ,,Het is duidelijk dat PSV een betere transferzomer heeft gehad dan Ajax,'' zegt Verweij ook. ,,Vooral Xavi Simons is een geweldige aanwinst.'' Driessen: ,,Ajax had voor Luuk de Jong moeten gaan.'' Verder in Kick-off: positie Dirk Kuyt bij ADO Den Haag onzeker.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Interpol'ün kırmızı bültenle aradığı Sırp çete lideri Zeljko Bojanic, İstanbul-Sarıyer'deki bir villada yakalanarak gözaltına alındı. Polis ekipleri villa bahçesinde kazı yaptı. İstanbul Emniyet Müdürlüğü, kazı çalışmasında herhangi bir bulguya rastlanılmadığını aktardı ve kamuoyunu yanlış yönlendirenler hakkında yasal işlem başlatılacağını açıkladı. DEVA Partisi lideri Ali Babacan, 14 Kasım'da ev sahipliğini yapacağı altılı zirve öncesi liderler turuna başladı. Babacan bugün Gelecek Partisi lideri Ahmet Davutoğlu ve Saadet Partisi Genel Başkanı Temel Karamollaoğlu'nu ziyaret etti. AKP Genel Başkanı ve Cumhurbaşkanı Recep Tayyip Erdoğan başkanlığında kabine toplantısı yapıldı. Gökçe Çiçek Kösedağı'nın sunduğu “Güne Bakış”ta, gazeteci-yazar Cengiz Erdinç ile Sarıyer'de yakalanan Sırp çete liderine dair detayları konuştuk. Editör: Egemen Gök
In this episode of The Real ResQ, we are joined by US Navy sailors, Todd Coulard, Rescue Swimmer, Cory Hedges, Rescue Swimmer, and Ryan Honnoll, Corpsman. We get a rare chance to debrief a mass casualty training exercise that was conducted just one week prior to recording this conversation. These guys set up an amazing scenario to try and mimic a multitude of types of rescue. With a vague brief to the crews, they were launched out for the SAR call. The scenario was set up where the crews had to complete some precision hoisting to land, hoist rescue from a ship, rescue people in the water, deal with immediate medical care, and plan for getting to advanced medical care. After they talked through the whole scenario, we debriefed the event from beginning to end. We talked about lessons they learned, things that would change, and what can make it better. Enjoy! https://therealresq.com/home https://www.facebook.com/therealresq https://www.instagram.com/therealresq Thank you for sponsoring this episode of The Real ResQ; Breeze-Eastern, https://www.breeze-eastern.com/ Axnes, https://www.axnes.com/ SR3 Rescue Concepts, https://sr3rescueconcepts.com VersaLifts https://vlifts.com/
Sarò molto diretta: se sei concentrato sulla paura di sbagliare coi tuoi figli, sappi che fallirai! Abbiamo la tendenza a guardare alla vita e giudicare immediatamente: è giusto o sbagliato? E pensiamo che ci sia solo un modo di guadagnare il titolo di “genitore perfetto”. Ma la verità è che (come dico spesso) la perfezione non esiste, e qualsiasi cosa tu faccia nella vita, a un certo punto commetterai un errore. Ma allora: non è meglio sapere fin dall'inizio che, nonostante gli sbagli, sarai comunque una buona madre per tuo figlio? Nell'episodio di questa settimana rispondo alla fantomatica domanda: perché abbiamo così tanta paura di sbagliare? Premi play per conoscere la risposta e ascoltare le 3 cose che puoi fare veramente, anziché torturarti per “fare la cosa giusta”. *** MSH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mammasuperhero MSH Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mammasuperhero/ MSH Blog: https://www.mammasuperhero.com/la-paura-di-sbagliare-coi-figli/
Ep.#11 [THEME FIVE] As we continue down this ESOP mini-series, we want to do some serious myth-busting by diving even deeper into the technical details on how ESOPs work. This two-part episode is all about deal structures, 1042 tax deferrals (similar to 1031 exchanges), seller’s potential to capture future equity growth via the form of warrants (similar to rolled equity), how to handle key executive compensation plans, and the shareholder benefits of transforming a company into an ESOP. In this episode, you will learn how an ESOP offers great tax benefits and how you can prepare to maximize your tax deductions before switching to an ESOP. Also in this episode, you will learn about the interview process from a trustee’s standpoint and about warrant options to ensure that the best interest of the employees are at the forefront of the deal without screwing over the primary seller. In part one of this episode, Keith Apton, the managing director of UBS’s ESOP Capital Group, talks about some false narratives with ESOPs, such as, “If I sell to an ESOP, I won’t get as much cash for my business.” He then talks about the 1042 tax code and discusses how converting the business from an S Corp to a C Corp could defer the gains at the time of the transaction and potentially indefinitely through estate planning. Keith tees up the topic of warrants and how they act as a form of rolled equity that can be as lucrative as the rolled equity in a private equity sale–except in an ESOP sale, the owner still has control over the direction of the company. Keith finishes this segment of the episode by sharing a story of what he thinks would change if S Corps had the same tax benefits as C Corps. In part two of this episode, Miguel Paredes, president of Prudent Fiduciary Services, is a trustee and shares stories about how a trustee keeps the employees’ best interests in mind without screwing over the seller, and even more so, being a partner that can help everyone get what they want out of the business during the transaction, and most importantly, in the future. Miguel goes deep into the mechanics of how warrants and SARs (stock appreciation rights) plans can be used to reward key executives with additional future equity based on the value they help create. He explains how exponential growth can happen when warrants for the seller are combined with SAR plans of the key executives and aligned with all the employees' incentives to grow the equity value of the company for their ESOP account. // WATCH THE INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE: Intentional Growth™ Podcast What You Will Learn Part 1: How ESOP valuations compare to a strategic buyer. Various deal structures where an ESOP could potentially put more net proceeds into your bank account over the buyout period compared to a strategic buyer. How the 1042 tax code works, why it is similar to a 1031 exchange, and when it can be used. Why changing from an S Corp to a C Corp could potentially def
As a vineyard advisor across the United States, Fritz Westover, Viticulturist at Westover Vineyard Advising and host of the Virtual Viticulture Academy, has the opportunity to see a lot of different vineyards, varieties, diseases and climates. Much of his work in recent years is in Texas. This large state about the size of France has a number of challenges including rain that is not seasonal, Pierces Disease, late spring and fall freezes, hail, and poor water quality. Fritz and Craig, both former staffers with Vineyard Team, discuss a variety of practices that impact the long-term sustainability of a vineyard including leaching salts, why irrigation systems are important in wet climates, and the number one way to manage disease. References: 110: How to Develop a New Vineyard Site 121: Regenerative Agriculture (Rebroadcast) 137: The Pierce's Disease and Glassy-winged Sharpshooter Board Instagram @westoverviticulture SIP Certified Sustainable Ag Expo November 14-16, 2022 | Use code PODCAST for $50 off Twitter @WestoverVit Vineyard Underground Podcast Virtual Viticulture Academy Westover Vineyard Advising Get More Subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode on the latest science and research with the Sustainable Winegrowing Podcast. Since 1994, Vineyard Team has been your resource for workshops and field demonstrations, research, and events dedicated to the stewardship of our natural resources. Learn more at www.vineyardteam.org. Transcript Craig Macmillan 0:00 Our guest today is Fritz Westover viticulturist with Westover Vineyard Advising and the virtual viticulture Academy. Is that right? Fritz Westover 0:10 That's correct, Craig. Craig Macmillan 0:11 He's got some other things in the in the works that we'll maybe talk about a little bit later. Fritz and I have known eachother for a long time. And actually, we had the same job Fritz Westover 0:19 That we did that we did that we did. Craig Macmillan 0:21 He is based in Texas, lives in Houston. But he works in all parts of the country. You're you're all over the place. What different states do you work in in these days? Fritz Westover 0:30 Yeah, Craig, thanks, again, for having me on the Sustainable Winegrowing Podcast, love to be here. Actually, it's my second time. So this is really an honor to get to get invited back. I didn't screw it up too bad the first time. So I appreciate that. You know, to answer your question, I work primarily in Texas, that's where I'm currently office in Houston. Got a great airport. So I do go to other parts of the country. The second largest area working would be Georgia, primarily in the north mountains of the state of Georgia, I also do some consulting a little bit in some of the states in between Louisiana, Alabama, and some virtual advising that I've started doing, where I'm actually, you know, on site to see the site to understand it, but I'm not there on a frequent visitation basis, like I am, in, let's say, Texas, or Georgia. So those are the primary areas I'm working. And they have a lot of things that overlap. And they have a lot of differences. So the cool part is I get to see a lot of different scenarios, varieties, climate and challenges. Craig Macmillan 1:26 So let's, let's start with Texas, obviously, we're very interested in sustainability, and sustainable approaches to problems, roadblocks, obstacles, issues, and every region that I'm familiar with anywhere, they have different sustainability issues and hurdles, you know, you say like, oh, here, we're doing this in a sustainable way to do it. And these other people, people are like ah that't not going to work for us. So they're trying to find a different way. So in the case of Texas, which I understand is now not just the hill country, it's quite a broad spectrum of climates and soils and whatnot. What are some of the challenges that Texas growers and these different regions are facing? Fritz Westover 2:03 Yeah, great question. And, you know, if you look at Texas, it's a state roughly the size of France. So there's a lot of different growing regions in Texas, anywhere from the Gulf Coast region to which is you know, the eastern part of North Texas. Closer to Oklahoma, there's grapes grown that far north and Texas to hill country, which is outside of Austin, Fredericksburg, San Antonio, that's probably where the majority of wineries are, and also a large concentration of vineyards. And then the majority by far of grapes grown in Texas are grown on the High Plains region, which is West Texas, or northwest on the High Plains. That's about 3000 to 4000 feet above sea level. So we have a lot large range and climate and topography and rainfall. I mean, we can get 40 inches in East Texas a year and 10 inches in West Texas a year. And we haven't had that much unless Texas this year, there's been a drought that's affected growers, Craig Macmillan 2:58 How much of that rain is during the growing season? Fritz Westover 3:00 Okay, so in Texas, the rain can come at any time. It's not necessarily seasonal. So we don't have the luxury of saying, hey, you know, harvest is done, we should be getting some rain. Now let's plant a cover crop, and let the soil profile fill for the winter. In fact, sometimes we have to irrigate in the wintertime to keep our profile moist. In other times, it's raining, right at harvest or right before harvest or right at bloom when you don't want rain necessarily in a vineyard setting. But in terms of sustainability, if you start on the east part of Texas, and that's our example we're using now we have severe Pierce's Disease there. So there are only certain hybrids of wine grape that are resistant or tolerant Pierce's disease that you can grow there. So if you're growing those varieties, it's almost like here's this disease is not an issue, right. So you've kind of found a way around that. But then you get into the hill country more in Central Texas and we're growing vinifera there anything from Bordeaux varieties to Spanish or Portuguese varieties, Italian varieties are growing there as well. And so Pierce's Disease is a big issue with those varieties. And so is the erratic weather patterns, like seasonal rain, hail, things like that. I think the best example, though, would be to just jump right up to the high plains, because I can look back at my consulting in the last four years. And one year, we had a terrible, devastating late spring freeze. And that happens frequently, maybe two or three out of every five years, we have sites getting hit by late spring freeze, and it takes out a majority of the crop. So now you see these orchard right or other types of fans going up. And those are there for when we have, you know, a radiational freeze, we can we can hopefully skirt through that. So you put these expensive fans up, you solve the problem. And then the next year, you think you've got that you get through the freeze, there's no freeze at all late spring, right? And then all of a sudden, you're just at the point where you finish shoot thinning all of your vines and everything's perfect and set for the year. And then it hails and then you get a hailstorm takes up all of all of your crop for the year and set you back another year. So then what are we doing? We're putting up helmets and a lot of vineyards in West Texas now. So you put up the hill net And that solves with a physical barrier, the hill issue. So now you got the fans for the late spring freeze. You've got the netting for the hail, which also can protect from birds and other things. We're using that year round. So the next year comes up, we don't get away spring freeze, we don't get a hail. What we had instead was this freeze in the fall and early fall freeze, where it got down in October, late October, just after harvest got down into the 20s, which doesn't seem like it should do a lot of damage. But I mean, it will if vines are not cold hardy and ready for it. It's devastating. I wrote a little bit about that and wine business monthly for an article a few months ago and summarized it. But the summary here is that it wholesale killed vines, took vines down to the graft knocked out cordons, and there's a lot of retraining that needs to be done. So now the question is, okay, what's the variety of grape we can plant that's late bud burst right to get past the spring freeze late spring freeze that harvest early. So we had time to harden off for the winter and not get hit by that early fall freeze. And, you know, is bulletproof and doesn't get hit by hail? Right. That'd be nice. But that's, Craig Macmillan 6:03 I was gonna say it's hail resistant. I can't wait to see the plant breeding on that one. Fritz Westover 6:07 Yeah,right. Oh, by the way, consumers have to love the wine made from it, and it has to be a good yielder. Okay, is that too much to ask Craig? Craig Macmillan 6:14 No,? the plant breeding community can take care of that I'm I'm concerned. Fritz Westover 6:19 I hope you're right. We could use it. I'd like to get invited to their to their planning meeting, I can give them some input. Those are some examples. But you know, Pierce's Disease, water is a big thing. Just like in California, we you know, we have limited water supplies in certain areas of the state, I'm sure you'll you'll want to touch on that. And, you know, its water quality, too, is an issue in some areas. But the really the erratic changes in climate that we see from year to year, it's, there's, you know, there's always a surprise, if you don't like the weather, just wait an hour, and it'll change. Craig Macmillan 6:51 I'm glad you brought that up. Because I am a big believer in if you plant the right plant in the right place. That's how you address a lot of sustainability issues. So for instance, California, what we've done is we planted lots and lots of Chardonnay in areas that are like perfect, prone for powdery mildew, you know, it's 75 or 80, every single day year round. There's coastal fog is just designed to have disease and you look at it and you're like, Oh man, what maybe we shouldn't be doing that we could cut our chemical load down and we weren't planting this plant in this environment. But the problem is it makes great wine wine quality, that's where you want to be, you know, and so there's some tension there. I am very interested in this variety selection piece. So for instance, I understand that I don't know in detail in Texas, I don't really do grow vinifera you mentioned but they also grow alleles hybrid. So things like Marechal Foch I think it's pronounced, Frontenac or sac showing my my lack of knowledge. Are those working out viticulturally and then are they also working out from a wine quality standpoint of wineries buying these making products that people are buying because that would be like this, your solution is finding varieties that are going to tolerate. Can you turn that around then into a product. How's that going? Fritz Westover 8:07 to be exact in Texas, there's there are not a lot of hybrid vineyards, it's mostly vinifera. However, if you go to the Gulf Coast region, that is where we do, we do grow primarily Pierce's Disease tolerant hybrid. So that would be blanc Du Bois or Lenoir. And then there's some of the Andy Walker, Dr. Andy Walker, UC Davis, PD tolerant that 98% 97% vinifera varieties that are just now being planted. I mean, we're just at the pioneering stages for those in both Texas and in Georgia, where we have high PD or Pierce's disease pressure, the blanc Du Bois, the Lenoir, the things that have been growing for 25 years now or more have established a market and it took that time to do it. Right. So really, the question is, as these new varieties and the new breeding programs come out with grapes that have tolerance to Pierce's disease, or tolerance to cold, or tolerance to whatever it might be rootstocks that tolerate nematodes and salt, you know, that's, that's a rootstock issue. But when it comes to the variety of the thing that we're putting in the glass that we make the wine from these newer ones, are not quite as proven. So we're gonna have to have this learning curve of where they're best suited, because here's the thing. You take this variety of grape, that's mostly vinifera, and it happens to be have the single gene resistance for Pierce's disease. So you say okay, great, that's gonna work for now, let's put it in the vineyard in the gulf coast of Texas or West Georgia, or South Carolina or whatever, Alabama, you name it, wherever there's Pierce's disease in the southeast, and that's all good, and well, it probably won't die from Pierce's disease, but it's still going to get powdery mildew, which other hybrids are very resistant to, it's still going to get downy mildew, which we have various levels of resistance to it's still going to get black rot, it's going to get phmompsis and then it's all that all the trunk diseases. So I mean, you you think about hard places to grow grapes. It's like when I moved to California back in 2013 to work with the Vineyard Team I thought, man, how am I gonna help these grammars in California, you know, they've been doing this for so long, but they have problems just like anywhere else. In fact, I would argue I almost cringe at the say it, they have less problems. You know, the first as far as diversity of pathogens, at least, let's just say it's safe to say that than we do here east of the Rockies just because of those diseases that I've mentioned. Here, you solve one problem, and then you have five other problems that pop up that you didn't anticipate, and you then need to solve. So there's there's going to be, oh, five to 10 years before we know which of the UC Davis Any Walker selections are going to thrive in all these new environments that growers have not been growing grapes for very long and because of Pierce's disease, and now all of a sudden, you say, sure, you can grow grapes now, but there's a but but no one's done it yet. No one's done it yet. And you're gonna be a pioneer. Craig Macmillan 10:50 You're a visionary, or you're a crazy person, you know, depends on which way it goes. Fritz Westover 10:54 Those crazy people, they help the next person learn what didn't work and what not to do. Craig Macmillan 10:59 Just what we're talking about Pierce's Disease, Pierce's Disease has turned out everywhere to be a very difficult thing to manage in a sustainable fashion. First of all, why don't you tell us what Pierce's Disease is? Fritz Westover 11:10 I'm so glad you asked Craig, I was gonna say we should probably talk about what Pierce's Disease is. Craig Macmillan 11:14 I think our listeners are probably pretty sophisticated. Fritz Westover 11:17 I think so too. I think so too. But here's for that new vineyard manager fresh out of a place that doesn't have Pierce's Disease. It is a bacterial pathogen, and it's Xylella fastidiosa is the name of the pathogen, and it's transmitted vectored I should say, and transmitted into the vineyard from native grape vines. But the vector itself is the most famous is the Glassy Winged Sharpshooter. These were introduced to California many years ago and became the target of a large campaign to eradicate Glassy Winged Sharpshooter. But there's other xylem feeding insects that can also transmit this disease. So basically, an insect feeds on a wild grape that has tolerance to this bacteria and the bacteria are then moved into the vineyard. When the insect then flies into the vineyard and Glassy Winged Sharpshooters can fly a mile or more, they fly into the vineyard and they feed on the the xylem of that the nifer a vine that's susceptible and they transmit this bacteria into the xylem. It's a xylem limited bacteria that kind of clogs the veins like gives the vine a little bit of a plumbing issue. And there's toxins produced by it that cause symptoms like leaf scorch. leaf blades fall off leaving matchstick petals or petals attached to the vine, there's uneven maturation of the paradigm. And then there could be fruit shrivel. So I usually look for two or three of those symptoms before we rogue vines and pull them out of the vineyard, there's no cure for the disease, you have to pull the vines out so it doesn't spread, either replant or deal with the missing teeth, so to speak out in the vineyard. So it's a very big problem in the southeastern United States, you need cold weather to kill both the bacteria populations. Also, I guess, really just the insect vectors, they're also affected by these cold temperatures. So we found that, you know, you get south of pretty much North Carolina, Georgia, these areas are kind of in that transition where a good cold winter or two in a row will knock it back. But a warm winter to it starts coming back out in the vineyards. And so we see it even in the north Georgia mountains almost as far as Tennessee, it's it's really something that's that's moved around and found its niche. It's kind of working in the background, they're waiting for the right conditions. Craig Macmillan 13:26 So what kinds of things are growers doing in these high pressure areas? And there's super high pressure areas in California as well, because of riparian areas where the insects hanging out, what are people doing? What are people trying, I can think of a couple of things that you could try. But I'd like to know what people are actually doing. Fritz Westover 13:39 The most obvious we already talked about as growing tolerant varieties that Pierce's disease might infect, but it doesn't move around in his island and cause vine death, like it would to vinifera. So growers are used if they're growing vinifiera, or susceptible grape varieties, there's the possibility to use insecticides to control the vector. So you're a medical imidicloprid based products that are designed for either a spray, or most notably through injection through irrigation. And that's going to give a little bit more longer residual activity to deter the feeding. So the really, the plan is to know when those vectors are coming in. And there could be about 30 to 40 vectors in the southeastern United States. It's not like California that's got one or two major vectors, we've got, you know, 30 at any given time, so the pressure is really high in comparison. And so those insecticides would need to be time for peaking when the populations come in. And then you got to make sure you're careful about pre harvest intervals and things like that. So there's knockback sprays. There's the soil application that's done. These are not restricted use products, but they're certainly conventional products. They're not organic. Some of my growers who are trying to spray less conventional will use products like surround which is a kaolin clay and there's been some reported efficacy on on his island feeding insects. It disturbs them and they don't like to crawl around in the clay also I have some revers using that in hot hot climates also just to keep some shade or sunscreen on the grapes in the fruit late in the season too. But you know, correct when it rains during the growing season, you could put kaolin clay up one day, and it rains off after an inch of rain three days later. So we have those challenges too. And then of course, you know, there's there's trap crops you could consider. But I haven't seen anyone really successful using that just elimination of host grape vines near the vineyard, just trying to make the habitat less thriving for both the vectors and for the bacteria that live inside the wild grape vines. So we put a lot of focus on looking at the surrounding environment in addition to what we're doing in the vineyards. And so people can actually go into those areas and rogue out host plants are ones that are popular host plants. If you own the property and there's some muscadine grapes wild muscadine or rotundifolia growing in the woods, and it's right next to the vineyard on a fence line growing along the fence line. That's probably not a good idea. So yeah, you would want to go in and rogue those vines that are around the perimeter at the very least. Craig Macmillan 16:02 What about setback well Glassy Winged Sharpshooter, this clearly isn't going to work? And I don't know if that's the primary, you said you had like 3040 factors. But when ideally it was been kicked around was not planting close to habitat. So leaving large barriers, now you're losing land as a result of that. Sure, or people tried that. And we didn't get exposed to that? Fritz Westover 16:21 Yeah, sure. When you're when you're choosing a site for a vineyard, Craig, you're always looking to distance yourself from any problems, whether it be a floodplain, or possible vectors of disease, or host plants. So sure, but the idea is that eventually, an insect that can fly a mile is going to find the vineyard, you just need to know the symptoms, know what to look for, and be proactive at removing it. And testing for it. If you need to test I've gotten to the point where I can look at it visually, and I don't need to do testing anymore, which might McGregor's love, because it saves the money. But occasionally, we test to just validate that because every new girl I work with, we always do a test to show Yes, this is absolutely positive, we see the symptoms, and we've tested it. And now we're comfortable with calling that by because there are other things that can look like Pierce's Disease. And you know, we always talk about these as educators, you don't just talk about the problem you talk about, what are the things that it could possibly be, you know, when someone sees a leaf scorch, you know, well, it could be drought, it could be wind, it could be heat stress, you know, you could lose the leaf and have a matchstick pedal. If you have deer going to your vineyard eating leaves, they leave matchstick petiole symptoms, right. But that's only one of the four key symptoms. So yeah, we're going to be looking for the symptoms, and we're going to be roguing. And we're also going to be distancing, and we're also going to be trying to rogue the problem from the surrounding environment. Craig Macmillan 17:38 So you got a lot of options, rather than just trying to spray yourself out of it. Yes, we've got a lot of tools, and they're not all chemical. There's cultural practices. Vigilance is always again, probably one of the key pieces to any pest management issue in any sustainability issue. I want to shift gears and talk about water. You know, my career has been strictly in California, where it doesn't rain. It does, like it doesn't rain Fritz Westover 18:03 It Just doesn't rain as much as you want it to exactly when you want it to right. Craig Macmillan 18:08 It's actually raining outside right now, we're almost done with harvest, but not quite. I heard early. And usually we get rain. This is like a record rain right now. Not a lot, but enough, but a lot of these other places in the United States, they get some rain, I was talking to somebody the other day about using undermined vegetation as a way of managing the increases in the water from the rains and trying to, you know, kind of have a plant help you out. And to get this dried out a little bit. You mentioned that like in Texas, for instance, if I understood correctly, you know, rain can come in any time. How do you manage that when in terms of like disease pressure or find bigger things like that? What What can you do? Is there anything that you can do that any management strategies for that kind of thing? Fritz Westover 18:47 Sure that you know, Craig, there's lots of management strategies and they all start at dormant pruning, just like you know, you know, any good vineyard management starts with pruning, to get the right spacing of your shoots and positioning. And then it goes into your thinning and other practices that we all know and love and viticulture, and if you keep on top of that, and can create a microclimate and when we say microclimate, we mean the real scientific microclimate that area right around the grape cluster, right? Not the site, not the misoclimate, like commonly is called the microclimate. But, but that area, right? Craig Macmillan 19:21 I've given up on that. By the way. It's same thing I was trained and it's like it's not microclimate. It's a misclimate. It's a music climate. And now I'm just like, whatever. Fritz Westover 19:28 Yeah, after a while you get kind of worn down. It's like trying to describe the difference between grape varietals and grape variety. Because, you know, yes. Oh, yeah, that drives you crazy as a plant person. So it's been I feel like I'm taking crazy pills. It's a variety of grape varietals. That's the wine. So we digress. We digress. We digress. I have to remind me the question now, Craig, you'll have to remind me. Craig Macmillan 19:50 You get rain at different times of the year. Yeah, some of it during the growing season. This creates its own kind of management problems. What kinds of things can you do and I know it's going to depend on the storm and what's out there and when it happens, but I have no experience with this. I'm very interested in you just pray. I mean... Fritz Westover 20:08 Well, let me give you an example. Yeah, the northern Georgia grape growers this year had over 50 inches of rain from bud burst. And they're in their inversion, the pasteurization, they're at 18 to 20 bricks, maybe two weeks away from harvest, they've had over 50 inches of rain during the season at random times, sometimes raining for five to seven days in a row, sometimes raining for 10 days in a row. And I was just there visiting all the vineyards looking at dissecting and reverse engineering all of their spray programs there canopy management, there are some venues I walked into that were completely clean. I mean, no fungal disease, no downy mildew, no powdery mildew, maybe a little bird pecking here and there. And then there were some that were absolutely devastated. And so you know, why? Why was that the case? Well, I talked about, you know, good canopy management pruning, it starts at the beginning of the season, you know, when you're working in an environment that absolutely has a high fungal disease pressure, which is the number one thing all other overlying factors aside that we talked about, like Pierce's Disease, or freeze or climate, if you have the right variety match to the right side, but you've just got to control these fungal diseases that grow in the leaves and fruit. It's all about the timing on the applications. And this is true, whether you're a conventional or an organic grower, or whatever you may practice, yeah, it doesn't matter. I mean, you have probably less modes of action as an organic grower because your products are not moving systemically into the plant or into the vine itself. So your reliance on maybe even more spraying, because context sprays like a lot of organic products, or they can get washed off. So what we really hone in on is the critical period for your disease, which is two weeks before Bloom to about six weeks after fruit set. And what we find is if you can control disease on the fruit and the majority of the foliage, and when I say the majority, I mean those bottom leaves all the way up to the top of your VSP wires, if you're doing vertical, shoot those first 10 leaves on the shoot, if you can get those through to verasion, and you can get the fruit through verasion and keep it clean, it'll typically stay clean, and the leaves will have this oncogenic or resistance to disease at that point, they get more leathery, right, they get more harder to infect by a lot of these fungal diseases. So if you can get to that point, you can kind of pull back a little bit and get to the end of the season. Well, timed sprays just before bloom, right after fruit set, keeping in mind matching the product to the disease, right? If we're trying to control detritus, we want to hit that before bloom, and right after fruit set, and then probably again, right before a bunch closure. And if we have challenging conditions from verasion to harvest, we might need another spray from verasion to harvest. And again, conventional or organic, whatever that product is, the timing is still the same. I think what the growers who are most successful have been able to do is really not drop the ball during that critical period, that eight week period, they learn the modes of action of all of their products. Is this systemic? Is it contact, how much rain will wash this off before I have to go out and apply it again, the number one question I get from new growers is, why would I spray right before the rain isn't the rain is going to wash the product off. And the whole point of having that product on before the rain, we always explain it so that it protects the plant tissue or the grapes throughout that wet period. So that an infection doesn't get established. Because once you have an infection in the vineyard established, it is so much harder to go in and eradicate you've got to use different strategies for that. And it cost more. And that disease can linger all the way through harvest, causing loss and leaf area that's going to cause delays and ripening possible quality issues and fruit, you name it. So that's really where I think the successful grower, the one who you know does all the things you're supposed to do in a sustainability program, for example, to keep good records, track the weather data, record how much rain you get, and when and then just be proactive about about the spray program not reacting always. And coming in after after you see an issue or after it's been raining already. Craig Macmillan 24:04 Now, if I am in an area where I'm getting rain during the growing season, do I still need to irrigate? Fritz Westover 24:11 Okay, so good question. And, you know, I always recommend vineyards in areas that don't reliably get their 20 to 30 inches of rain in a calendar year, which is, you know, common in the East Coast, for example, that they put in irrigation and I get some kickback from some growers thinking gosh, it rains here, I just want to turn off the irrigation and take the water and we were planting cover crops to remove water from the system. But the irrigation system is not just there for when you're establishing the vines. That's the number one thing if you have a drought year, the year you plant, you could be in trouble. It's a lot of work to water those vines. Number two, you're going to be able to put fertilizer out through drip irrigation system. So whether it be organic or conventional, again, doesn't matter. There's lots of products that are designed to go out and your drip irrigation and that's one of the most efficient ways to deliver a small amount of a product or fertilizer to a vine in a very precise and measured way, which will save costs in the long run and create less runoff and pollution, if you're targeting the grapes, so, so in terms of sustainability, that's really a big tool in my book, and I wish more growers would consider putting in irrigation early in the process. And especially if you're in a Pierce's Disease, high risk area, and you're growing vinifera, then that is one of the major ways to deliver some of our best control measures for Pierce's Disease. Craig Macmillan 25:30 I'm going to put an irrigation obviously, I'm going to be drawing on some groundwater, groundwater quality varies infinitely from place to place. What are some of the experiences that you've had that caused viticultural issues down the line with different kinds of water quality problem? And were there things to do to improve those because again, well, I had a vineyard once where we were, we had a magnesium problem, we were watering off of a municipal watering system, which was great drinking water. Wonderful. Well, one day I get the report, and the magnesium level in the water was through the roof, not a threat to people, but I was just making a brick, right to the watering more and watering more and watering more, and it was just getting worse. What kinds of things have you seen? And what could you kind of do about it? Fritz Westover 26:13 Yeah, it's a really good question. As you know, I'm familiar with the a lot of the problems on the central coast there where were you and I both worked, you know, in terms of getting into some Paleolithic waters, that earthquakes now have changed your your water quality and your site that was very good before that occurrence happened. So you have boron, you have high salts, sodium and other salts as well in Texas. And I'll come here because this is the area I live in work in the most, we see issues that are pretty similar. We see boron being high. In some areas, certain aquifers and water sources are high and boron, we see high SAR sodium absorption ratio, that you know, if your SAR levels above six or seven, and you're relying on irrigation water, you're gonna see issues in the leaves, saltburn and decline of the vines, and we can hit 20 or 30 on a SAR in some areas of North Texas. And I've seen in drought years, this was a drought year for Texas. This is a real I mean, it rained in October, November of 2021. And then didn't rain in parts of Texas until about a month ago. And so right now, as we're recording this, we're in September. So until really about variation, no rain. So if you didn't have good quality water, and you're relying 100% on your irrigation and didn't have any rain in the wintertime to flush out salts or leach boron or other things that are a problem that build up in the soil, especially from frequent shallow irrigations. It was a problem. So boron symptoms were showing on leaf margins. So some growers were trying to capture rainwater to alleviate their irrigation issues. But if it didn't rain, that approach did not work. So they're trying to do longer irrigation set so that they don't build up salts in the shallow part of the soil. So that's one strategy, using the wheats leaching fraction, for example, that to push water below, or occasionally do very long sets. And I know, you know, sounds counterintuitive. We have bad water, less water more with it. And with water more, right, yeah, but the thing is, you need to push the salts down below the root zone, if you can, and watering on long sets can do that. So that was the strategy through you know, there's really no solution that I'm aware of for high boron levels, I wish there was one that was reliable, and that that someone could present to me for the salts, we use the irrigation strategy that I just mentioned, to try to push it down below the root zone as much as possible. But there's really beyond that not a whole lot you can there's course there's some soil amendments, I shouldn't say there's nothing some growers tried to displace sodium with gypsum or calcium additions, or by adding organic matter to the soil to try and bind it up or you know, and still have other cations available on the cat on exchange. Some growers are injecting acid using acid injection to try to help with nutrient uptake that sodium sometimes is blocking. There's other things that go well beyond even my understanding of all the chemistry behind it. But I think it's fair to say that the growers who have the worst problems and have that proactive kind of frame of mind have been have been doing some of these things to try and combat it. But really what they're doing Craig is they're saying why isn't it raining? Like it usually does. That solves the problem for me. And it just hasn't happened in the past year here. And it's not to say we won't get back on the normal pattern. We'll just have to see. Craig Macmillan 29:18 We're running out of time. Unfortunately, we could go on forever. Lok forward to seeing you here in the future. We have the Sustainable Ag Expo. It's put on by Vin, your team coming up in November and you are going to be here for that I believe you're presenting Yes. Yeah. hoping we can connect. I don't see why we can't in just a couple of sentences again, thinking like you're on stage. What one piece of advice would you give to a grape grower in the realm of how to improve the sustainability or how to farm a sustainability as sustainable as possible? And what's your one piece of advice? Fritz Westover 29:51 But wait, we're not on the stage here. This is a podcast Craig This is one of the largest stages you can get without actually being looking someone in the eye right? This isn't acing who invented this stuff. It's true. So so when I am at Sustainable Ag Expo, my talk is going to be about the long term view on sustainability, it's going to be about things that you can do from the beginning onward, moving the needle a little bit on on some of the fine points that we tend to overlook on a daily basis, because we're focusing on more big picture stuff. So my focus for anyone who wants to start off, and they know that they want to be doing things the right way, 10 years down the road, and they want things to be a little easier for them, it goes back to what you and I've been talking about earlier, the beginning of our conversation, choosing the right varieties, making sure your site selection is all going to work out if you don't have the expertise to do that, you should really find someone who specializes in that, you know, I've drawn upon soil scientists that come out and look at sites and map sites, on projects that I'm working on, you know, we need to bring the team together that can make the right decisions from day one, and choosing your varieties and your rootstocks and making sure your vineyard design is done in a way where you reduce erosion and foresee some of the issues that are going to come up the other thing that that I'll touch on quite a bit at the Sustainable Ag Expo is the the smaller detail things after the vines go in the ground, how we train our first and second year vines, where we make the cuts on those vines for die back and proper healing and preventing infection by by diseases that want to get into our trunks early on and establish and then all the way through to the young vine care. What are some of the things that I see growers making mistakes on that we could be overcoming. And it's really I don't want to say to viticulture 101 because it downplays the importance of it a little bit, when you make it sound. So basic the challenge is, sometimes we know what we need to be doing. But we have trouble conveying that to the workforce that we're using to the contract labor that we're using to our own team. And so I'm going to talk a little bit about a combination of those things about what's important, what shouldn't be overlooked, and how we can make sure we don't overlook it and put a team in place to get it done. Because the establishment will just umbrella that term with the vineyard establishment that first three to five years of getting your cordons developed. Or if you're in a cane pruning system, establishing your renewal zone and, and everything else. I'm super excited about it. I'd be lying to you to say that my talk is ready as of today. But I've got it outlined in my in my mind, and I've got the ideas already in my head that I clearly would love to share. Craig Macmillan 32:22 And hopefully that will spread. Where can people find out more about you what you do? Fritz Westover 32:27 Well, I'm available on social media through Westover Viticulture, on Facebook and on Instagram. And as you know, I also do an online vineyard advising and education community that I snuck you into, to kind of see behind the scenes on that and that is known as virtual viticulture Academy. That's really where I share all of my information with growers who are not necessarily my clients that I consult for on a one on one basis. You know, you have all this information, you want to share it with other growers. I know that's my passion is helping growers. And I've been doing that for my whole career. So through Virtual Viticulture Academy, I have a way to get together with that community. For this, those who join and answer their questions in the vineyard and share some of the trials and tribulations the what works and what doesn't work, and give some direct feedback to a community of growers. And what's awesome about that Craig is we didn't just do Virtual Viticulture Academy because of the pandemic. We're in our fifth year, you know, a lot of people went virtual and went online and found new innovative and creative ways to reach their audience, whether it's a grape grower or winemaker in this industry. We've been doing that for five years. And when the pandemic came on, and we weren't visiting sites as much or doing things in person, we just kept on going and kept on teaching and trying to try to make an impact. And just like the Vineyard Tam has been doing with all their great online programs. So so that's one of the things that I've been working on there. And then I'd really letting the cat out of the bag here a little bit. But I think by the time this podcast is released, I'll also be releasing a podcast known as Vineyard Underground podcast. And that's going to be just where I hang out like this and share information through the ear buds about grape growing very similar to what you're you're doing there. Our goal is to have some quick wins that growers can take back to the vineyard. Some practical advice for the everyday grower. Well, we'll get into the science of grape growing but we really want to focus on the how to interviewing growers and getting down into the dirt a little bit into the underground, where things get a little bit hidden and overlooked. Craig Macmillan 34:26 That's awesome. Our guest today has been Fritz Westover viticulturist with Westover Vineyard Advising, of course, the Virtual Viticulture Academy, and the upcoming Vineyard Underground podcast. Thanks so much for taking the time. This has been really fun. There's going to be links to all the things that he's mentioned in our notes regarding this, this little show here and we hope that you check them out tons of great stuff. One thing that Fritz does really well is communicate to the world. He's got he's got the Twitter, he's got the Instagram, he's got the Facebook, he's got the website really easy to find really great information super useful. We really appreciate everything that you're doing. I think one of the things I just want to say personally is that you know, to the public Fritz has been a an asset to the viticulture community throughout the United States in a way that I can't think of very many other people have been just speaking personally, I really appreciate that because you people who are really passionate about it and are really knowledgeable about it, and here's the piece that are willing to go out, who are willing to get on a plane or willing to get in a truck and really go out and meet one on one with people and then stay connected, whether it's virtual or otherwise, I think is really fantastic. And so you should be applauded for that. Fritz Westover 35:38 Thank you, Craig, so much for having me and thanks to the vineyard team as well. Transcribed by https://otter.ai
K9 Rook is a human remains detection K9, a Belgian Malinois that works for the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office along with his handler, Terri Hines. What does Rook do exactly? What is the certification process for your dog to become a SAR dog? How many different kinds of search dogs are out there and how are they trained? If you ever pondered any of these questions or simply love and appreciate working dogs, come and listen to Terri, who will walk you through the process of a K9 training. You may even find out how you can help a search dog train. Rook has his own Instagram:sar_k9_rook
Based on the Crash and Learn 2022 special feature presentation, we sit down with Jonathan Godfrey and Chris Stevenson to discuss the EMS helicopter crash that had a dramatic effect on both of their lives. Jonathan is the sole survivor of a 3-person crew, and Chris was part of his leadership team at the time of the incident. We carefully examine both perspectives and how the rest of us can learn from their experiences. Get CE hours for our podcast episodes HERE! -------------------------------------------- Twitter @heavyhelmet Facebook @heavyliesthehelmet Instagram @heavyliesthehelmet Website heavyliesthehelmet.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org Disclaimer: The views, information, or opinions expressed on the Heavy Lies the Helmet podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of their employers and their employees. Heavy Lies the Helmet, LLC is not responsible for the accuracy of any information available for listening on this platform. The primary purpose of this series is to educate and inform, but it is not a substitute for your local laws, medical direction, or sound judgment. -------------------------------------------- Nebula by Savfk | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
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Training Without Conflict® Podcast Episode Twelve: 3x PSA National Champion Janet Edwards In this episode, Ivan Balabanov interviews 2-time PSA 3 Handler, Janet Edwards. In addition to being a PSA 3 handler, Janet is also a well respected PSA judge, dog trainer, and teacher to dog trainers around the world. Throughout the episode they discuss the sport of PSA K9, the differences between PSA and the other dog sports, and Janet provides a great education on the PSA sport as a whole. In addition to their dog sports discussion, Ivan and Janet discuss raising sport dogs, puppy selection, how different training methods affect future results and much more! Janet has been a certified Master Trainer from Tarheel Canine Training, Inc since 2001. Janet ran the pet obedience program at Tarheel Canine, specializing in severe behavior modification (aggression, shyness), and took that program to the highest level in its history. She had the opportunity to work with some extreme cases of shyness and aggression for “last chance” dogs, providing them (and their owners) a life they never thought could happen. Along with training the pets and their owners, she instructed student trainers looking to start their own dog training careers. Her students have not only come from the United States but from all over the the world such as South Africa, Portugal, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia and more. Janet then began training SAR and police K9s for detection (narcotics, explosives), patrol and man trailing along with instructing their handlers. She has trained 100+ active dog teams working the streets for local, state and federal agencies throughout the United States. She spent 3 years managing the North Carolina training facility, directing all trainers and programs. She relocated to Hanover and started Stateline Canine in 2011. Her dog, Zuko has earned his PSA1, PSA2 and PSA3 titles; only 8 other teams have accomplished this in the history of the sport. Janet is only the 2nd female handler to earn this title. Not only has Zuko earned these titles but he is the ONLY dog to have been a National Champion at every level in the sport; 2007 PSA1, 2009 PSA2 and 2012 PSA 3 National Champion. Janet achieved her second PSA 3 with her dog Danny, who was her previous PSA 3 dog, Zuko's son. In doing this, she became the only women and one of only 3 trainers in the world to achieve PSA 3 with multiple dogs. To learn more about Janet Edwards, check out: https://statelinecanine.com/ Ivan Balabanov is a 2-time World Champion dog trainer, Ot Vitosha Malinois breeder, trainer of Premier Protection Dogs and founder of the revolutionary Training Without Conflict® dog training system. For more information about Ivan Balabanov and information on how to train your dog using the Training Without Conflict® system, check out: https://trainingwithoutconflict.com https://malinois.com https://premierprotectiondogs.com Please like, comment, and share with your dog friends!
Grandparent scams are a particularly pernicious fraud — one that preys on seniors' love, care and concern for their family members. How can banks recognize these scams and work with law enforcement to protect clients? On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — sponsored by SmartStream — Jackie Blaesi-Freed and Lauren Elfner of the Justice Department's Consumer Protection Branch discuss: DOJ's expanded Transnational Elder Fraud Strike Force to tackle elder fraud attempts that usually come from overseas. Recent DOJ enforcement actions relating to grandparent scams, including sentencing in a racketeering scheme. Current trends and typologies in grandparent scams, including how they intersect with impostor scams. Red flags for bank employees when they might encounter a grandparent scam in progress. SAR filing, relationship-building and other partnerships between banks and law enforcement. Learn more: Access resources to protect seniors through the ABA Foundation's Safe Banking for Seniors program.
Follow-up Website van danser Davy Brocatus wint ‘lelijkste website van België' Matter kan volledig lokaal werken, Nest was één van de grondleggers van Thread in 2014. Nabu Casa (het bedrijf achter Home Assistant) lanceert SkyConnect stick met Matter support. Ook lichten ze hun plannen voor Matter toe in deze video. Athom lanceert nieuwe Homey Pro met beter bereik en in 2023 Matter / Thread support. Aqara kopen via Techpunt.nl. Hier is Matter; the future of the smart home Onderwerpen Meta Connect 2022: Meta lanceert Quest Pro voor 1800 euro, kritiek op Meta's plannen en eerder dit jaar: aanranding in de MetaVerse De rol van de ruimte in de oorlog in Oekraïne: het onzichtbare front volgens de BBC. Fundraised satelliet door Oekraïense vrijwilligers (SAR-satelliet van Fins bedrijf ICEYE). Tips Maarten: Anki & Westinghouse All Electric House Toon: Mayku Formbox, Derry Girls Ruurd: ‘De eerste stap naar een smarthome' | The Patient | Alutherm kachel i.c.m. Tuya HA integratie of Tuya Local
This week, we meet a 1600 pound animal who is also using their noses to find missing people, narcotics, and more. Giddyup. Resources: Intro Music is “Tiptoe out the back” by Dan Lebowicz and Interstitial music is by MK2. Additional music provided by Pixabay and Freesound.org and introducing HappySoulMusic.com! newscentermaine.com/article/life/animals/maine-horses-being-trained-to-track-people-by-scent-for-search-and-rescue-missions/97-00754b06-4f3a-4b52-9f72-1241cf16a79chttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mounted_search_and_rescuehttps://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-northwest-news/2013/06/horses_as_bloodhounds_lost_art.htmlhttps://dailybulldog.com/features/thoughts-from-the-summit-horses-in-search-and-rescue/https://www.mainemountedsar.org/https://www.pressherald.com/2017/07/24/search-and-rescue-horse-needs-its-own-rescue-effort-after-getting-stuck-in-bridge/https://measuringstuff.com/how-high-is-20-meters/https://www.mainesearchandrescue.org/conferenceSupport the show
Domani martedì 18 ottobre, alle ore 15.00, deputati e senatori sono convocati in parlamento per la costituzione dei gruppi parlamentari con l'elezione dei rispettivi presidenti. Sarà poi il turno dell'elezione di vicepresidenti, questori e segretari di Camera e Senato, ed è già da giovedì 20 ottobre che potrebbero partire le consultazioni con Mattarella. Il tempo corre veloce e il governo ha i giorni contati e le urgenze sul tavolo sono molteplici, innazitutto il nuovo decreto aiuti per contrastare il caro energia per famiglie e imprese, dopodiché bisogna affrettarsi per formulare la manovra di bilancio. Ne parliamo con Gianni Trovati de Il Sole 24 Ore. Giallo Cina, pubblicazione dei dati Pil bloccati nei giorni del Congresso È giallo in Cina perché il governo ha bloccato oggi la diffusione dei dati sul PIL. Rinvio senza spiegazioni, ma sullo sfondo c'è il Ventesimo Congresso del Partito Comunista iniziato ieri 16 ottobre: che sta succedendo a Pechino? Approfondiamo il tema con Alessandro Plateroti de il direttore di Notizie.it. Non si ferma l inflazione, a settembre +8,9% su base annua. E la povertà nel 2021 è ai massimi storici A settembre i prezzi al consumo segnano un aumento di tre decimi di punto su base mensile e un +8,9% su base annua contro il +8,4% di agosto. Si confermano così le stime preliminari dell Istat. Nel mese l inflazione di fondo, al netto degli energetici e degli alimentari freschi, accelera da +4,4% a +5% e quella al netto dei soli beni energetici da +5% a +5,5%. L inflazione acquisita per il 2022 è pari a +7,1% per l'indice generale e a +3,6% per la componente di fondo. I maggiori rincari coinvolgono la spesa alimentare che passa a +11,4% dal precedente +10,4% mentre i servizi ricreativi, culturali e per la cura della persona toccano il +5,7% dal +4,6%. Inoltre il nuovo Rapporto della Caritas italiana, diffuso oggi in occasione della Giornata internazionale di lotta alla povertà, certifica che nel 2021 la povertà assoluta conferma i suoi massimi storici toccati nel 2020, anno di inizio della pandemia da Covid-19. Le famiglie in povertà assoluta risultano 1 milione 960mila, pari a 5.571.000 persone (il 9,4% della popolazione residente). Ne parliamo con Massimo Baldini, docente di Scienza delle Finanze presso l'Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia.
Sarıyer Seyrantepe'deki Şişli Hamidiye Etfal Eğitim ve Araştırma Hastanesi'ne rapor almaya gelen motosikletli bir kurye, rapor alamadığı için tartıştığı 4 güvenlik görevlisini bıçakladı. Kavga anları kameralara anbean yansıdı. Olayda kullanılan bı...
More podcast episodes here: https://www.cmcpro.com/podcast/ Join us weekly to get to know our CMC instructors. This week we are joined by Kelly Byrne. Kelly Started his fire service career as a Highschool cadet volunteer in 1992. After Highschool Kelly served in the United States Army as an Airborne Infantryman with the 82nd Airborne. Upon completion of his service in 1999 Kelly moved back into the Fire Services where he found himself working for the Washington DC Fire Department where he currently serves. Kelly has been an instructor with CMC since 2013. Overheard this episode: “I anchored to the foot of Freedom. There is no more bombproof anchor than that.” “I wanted to be a guitarist in a rock n roll band and have big, long hair, dreams of that!” "Gravity is the same for everybody and the techniques aren't too terribly different.”
Today's episode details the events of a 1,000-year flood that hit Eastern Kentucky in July 2022. One of the first responding teams to the area was the Wolfe County Search and Rescue Swift Water Boat Team. Our guests John May and Jim Cuppy detail the events of that early morning and the days to follow. Follow the Wolfe County Search and Rescue team.To help in the recovery from the flood in Eastern Kentucky please visit this website.=====Let us know what you think by sending us a message: email@example.com =====Support:Shop our affiliation companies by obtaining discount codes here Subscribe to our newsletter for Giveaways, HUGE discounts, and newsletter-only content here: https://bit.ly/3t8rupO Check Out Our Gear For Sale ===== Thanks for listening! Follow us at Nature Reliance School.
Sarıyer, Yavuz Sultan Selim Köprüsü girişi Ankara istikametinde iki yolcu otobüsü, bir kamyon ve bir hafif ticari aracın karıştığı zincirleme kaza oldu. İhbar üzerine olay yerine çok sayıda sağlık, polis ve itfaiye ekibi sevk edildi. Kazada ilk be...
1. Captain Hollywood Project - Only With You (Dance Mix) 2. Gigi D'Agostino - The Riddle (Original Mix) 3. Eiffel 65 - Blue (Da Ba Dee) (DJ Ponte Ice Pop Radio) 4. Bad Boys Blue - I Totally Miss You 5. Snap! feat. Einstein - The Power 96 (Original 7' Mix) 6. Reel 2 Real ft. The Mad Stuntman - I Like To Move It (Radio Mix) 7. The Outhere Brothers - Boom Boom Boom 8. Run Dmc Vs. Jason Nevins - It's Like That 9. 2 Unlimited - Twilight Zone 10. Culture Beat - Mr. Vain (Original Radio Edit) 11. Maxx - Get Away (The Original Club Mix) 12. M.C. Sar & The Real McCoy - Automatic Lover (Call For Love) 13. Le Click - Tonight Is The Night (Radio Edit) 14. Gala - Freed From Desire 15. Rozalla - Everybody's Free (To Feel Good) (Album Version) 16. Corona - The Rhythm of the Night 17. Dr. Alban - It's My Life 18. Real McCoy - Another Night 19. Felix - Don't You Want Me (Hooj Mix Edit) 20. Faithless - Insomnia (Monster Mix) 21. Jaydee - Plastic Dreams
İlk Cinayet Evet, acaba dört yaşında var mıydım? Ondan evvel hiçbir şey bilmiyorum. Tolstoy, daha dokuz aylık bir çocukken kendisinin banyoya sokulduğunu hatırlıyor. İlk duygusu bir haz! Benimki müthiş bir ıstırap ile başladı. Ben kendimi ilk defa şirket vapurunda hatırlıyorum. Hâlâ gözümün önünde: Sanki dünyaya o anda doğmuşum, annemin kucağındayım. Gürültülü bir kadın kalabalığı... Annem, yanındaki sarı saçlı genç bir hanımla gülüşerek konuşuyor. Mevsim galiba yaz. Çok aydınlık, güneşli bir hava... Annem konuşurken mavi tüylü bir yelpazeyi yavaş yavaş sallıyor. Ben kucağından kayıyorum. Beni kollarımdan tutarak yanına oturtuyor. Gümüş maşacığın halkasına parmağımı takıyor, annem görmeden ucunu ağzıma sokuyor, dişlerimle ısırıyorum. Konuştuğu sarı saçlı hanımın elbisesi mavi. Ben beyazlar giymişim. Başım açık. Saçlarım çok. Hem galiba dağılmış. Annem bunları düzeltirken başımı yukarı kaldırıyorum. Güneşten kum kum parlayan tentenin kenarında el kadar bir gölge kımıldıyor. – Bak, bak, diyorum. Annem de başını kaldırıyor: Kuş konmuş, diyor. Bu kuşu isteyince: – Tutulmaz, diyor. Ben yine istiyorum. Annem şemsiyesiyle bu gölgenin altına vuruyor. Fakat gölgede hareket yok. Yine yanındaki hanıma dönüyor. – Aa, kaçmadı. – Niçin acaba? – Yavru olmalı mutlaka. – ... – Anne, ben kuşu isterim, diye tutturuyorum. O zaman annem yelpazesini bırakıp ayağa kalkıyor, beni koltuklarımın altından tutup küçük bir top gibi yukarıya kaldırırken diyor ki: – Birdenbire tut ha! Başım ketenin hizasını aşınca, gözlerim kamaşıyor, ellerimi uzatıyorum. Tutuveriyorum. Bu beyaz bir kuş. Annem alıyor elimden, öpüyor, sarı saçlı hanım da öpüyor, ben de öpüyorum. – A zavallı daha yavru. – Martı yavrusu. – Uçamıyor olmalı. – Denize düşerse boğulur. – ... Öteki kadınlar da lafa karışıyor, “yaşamaz!” diyorlar. Annem beyaz kuşu, – A zavallı, a zavallı, diye uzun uzun okşadıktan sonra benim kucağıma veriyor. – Eve götürelim, belki yaşar, diyor, amma sakın sıkma yavrum. – Sıkmam. – Böyle tut işte. Annem, yanındaki hanımla yine lafa dalıyor. Kuşcağızın tüyleri o kadar beyaz ki... Dokunuyorum... Kanatlarının kemikleri belli oluyor. Ayakları kırmızı. Kaçmak için hiç çırpınmıyor, şaşırmış. Gözleri yusyuvarlak. Kırmızı gagasının kenarında sanki sarı bir şey yemiş de bulaşığı kalmış gibi sarı bir iz var. Boynunu uzatarak etrafa bakmaya çalışıyor. Ben o sırada anneme bakıyorum. Yanındaki hanımla gülüşerek konuşuyorlar. Benimle meşgul değil. Sonra beyaz kuşun uzanan ince boynunu yavaşça elimle tutuyorum. Bütün kuvvetimle sıkmaya başlıyorum. Kanatlarını açmak istiyor. Öteki elimle onları da tutuyorum. Mercan ayakları dizlerime batıyor. Sıkıyorum, sıkıyorum, sıkıyorum. Dişlerimi, kırılacak gibi sıkıyorum, gık diyemiyorum. Sarı kenarlı gagacığı titreyerek açılıp kapanıyor. Pembe sivri dili dışarı çıkıyor. Yuvarlak gözleri önce büyüyor. Sonra küçülüyor, sonra sönüyor... Birdenbire kasılmış ellerimi açıyorum. Beyaz kuşcağızın ölüsü “pat” diye düşüyor yere. ... Annem dönüyor, eğiliyor. Yerden bu henüz sıcak cesedi alıyor: – A... A... Ölmüş... dedikten sonra bana dik dik bakıyor: – Ne yaptın? – ... – Sıktın mı? – ... – Söyle bakayım? – ... Cevap vermiyor, avazım çıktığı kadar ağlamaya başlıyorum. Annemin elinden beyaz kuşun ölüsünü sarı saçlı hanım alıyor: – Ah ne günah! – Zavallıcık. Başka kadınlar da lafa karışıyor. Karşımızda oturan şişman, ihtiyar bir kadın cinayetimi haber veriyor: – Boğdu. Gördüm vallahi, ne hain çocuk... Annem sapsarı kesilmiş, sesi titriyor: – Ah insafsız, diye bana tekrar acı acı bakıyor. Daha beter ağlıyorum. O kadar ağlıyorum ki... Beni artık susturamıyorlar. Ne vakit, nerde, nasıl sustuğumu bugün hatırlayamıyorum. Sanki ebediyen ağlıyorum. Kendimi bilir bilmez yaptığım bu cinayetin üzerinden işte otuz seneden fazla zaman geçti. Şimdi şirket vapurlarının güvertelerinde otururken ne zaman bir martı görsem, birdenbire, neşemi kaybederim. Bir çocuk feryadıyla ağlamak isterim. Kalbimin içinde derin bir sızı büyür. Göğsümü acıtır. – Ah insafsız, diye beni azarlayan anneciğimin ezelî azarlayışını duyar gibi olurum. Ömer SEYFETTİN
Maria Grazia Agricola"Bio-Grafia Una comunità e il suo teatro"Un grande progetto internazionale animerà l'autunno di Barriera di Milano e il suo Teatro Marchesa. 3 mesi di stage, spettacoli ed eventi: un ambizioso percorso teatrale per operatori/trici, cittadini/e, scuole in cui contenuti di vita si trasformano in drammaturgia.BIO-GRAFIA. Una comunità e il suo teatro è il nuovo progetto di Associazione Choròs, vincitore del bando "Attività di spettacolo dal vivo nelle periferie" della Città di Torino, e riunisce un partner internazionale come lo storico Théâtre du Soleil di Parigi e associazioni radicate sul territorio. Obiettivo, arrivare alla presentazione di un calendario di spettacoli ed eventi teatrali a Teatro Marchesa (Corso Vercelli, 141) esito del lavoro comune di artisti/e, attori/trici, operatori/trici ed abitanti che parteciperanno al progetto.Sarà la BIO-GRAFIA di un territorio, una sua nuova narrazione, visionaria e lontana dagli stereotipi.Il 14 ottobre si apre con la versione definitiva dello spettacolo Le Sorelle che rappresenta in modo chiaro la metodologia di lavoro sulla biografia teatrale che Associazione Choròs conduce da anni (repliche fino al 16 ottobre). Una co-produzione fra Università Paris 8, Associazione ARTA e Théâtre du Soleil di Parigi, con cui L'Associazione Choròs ha ricevuto nel 2021 il riconoscimento di “Progetto Speciale” dal MiC Ministero della Cultura - Direzione Generale dello Spettacolo. Un lungo viaggio in una periferia dell'esistenza, sospesa tra sogno, speranza, momenti di felicità e disillusioni, in cui la scrittura degli interpreti diventa drammaturgia e si intreccia con le parole di Čechov. Uno spettacolo in cui il passaggio continuo tra italiano e francese rende ancora più intenso ed incalzante il ritmo della scrittura scenica, risuonando nei racconti e nelle immagini degli/lle attori/trici in scena. A questo link, si può scaricare un estratto dello spettacolo “Le sorelle”:https://we.tl/t-Z3eg4Sw85lDal 25 ottobre al 3 novembre Maria Grazia Agricola e Duccio Bellugi Vannuccini, storico attore del Théâtre du Soleil di Parigi, condurranno un laboratorio aperto a operatori/trici e cittadinanza con la metodologia delle maschere balinesi applicate alla biografia teatrale. I partecipanti saranno individuati attraverso una call pubblica e il laboratorio sarà propedeutico alla creazione del grande evento corale finale in programma a metà dicembre.Due le giornate di performance aperte al pubblico: il 29 e 30 ottobre 2022.foto: Gaetano ToldonatoIL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/
In this episode of The Real ResQ, we are joined by Ian Heikkila, USCG Flight Mech/Hoist Operator. Ian and I reconnected again since working together in Humboldt Bay, CA., with the USCG. Ian talks about when he came into the USCG and his first unit on a buoy tender, in Cordova, AK. He had his very first rescue on that boat, which took 48 hours to even get on scene. While stationed on the buoy tender, he was sent out for work task via helicopter which was then diverted for a SAR call. From that point on, Ian was going to be an aviator! After a couple years in Humboldt, CA, he was on his way out of the USCG when he ended up in New Orleans for Hurricane Katrina. A slight change of plans from that event kept Ian in the USCG for a few more years and quite a few more rescues. He recaps some of those rescues with us. Since then, Ian has moved on to Columbia Helicopters flying on a Vertol 107, logging, firefighting, and now, hoist rescue. Enjoy! https://therealresq.com/home https://www.facebook.com/therealresq https://www.instagram.com/therealresq Thank you for sponsoring this episode of The Real ResQ; Breeze-Eastern, https://www.breeze-eastern.com/ Axnes, https://www.axnes.com/ SR3 Rescue Concepts, https://sr3rescueconcepts.com Airwaav, https://airwaav.com/
İstanbul'un Sarıyer ilçesinde farklı tarihlerde iki ayrı kadını evlerine kadar takip ettiği ve evlerini gözetlediği belirtilen H.S.B. girdiği evin bahçesinde, Sarıyer İlçe Emniyet Müdürlüğü ekiplerince yakalandı. Konut dokunulmazlığını ihlal ettiğ...
Questo episodio riguarda la crescita personale e, nello specifico, vedremo come la metafora della rana bollita di Chomsky può descrivere la vita di un essere umano. Sarà inoltre un'ulteriore occasione per me di raccontarmi e per te di conoscermi un po' meglio. Buon ascolto e buono studio! _______ Troverai le trascrizioni di tutti gli episodi del podcast sulla mia pagina Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vaporettoitaliano Sul canale Patreon di Vaporetto Italiano troverai: le versioni audio dei video pubblicati su YouTube pdf con le spiegazioni e gli esercizi relativi ai video le trascrizioni degli episodi del podcast con il vocabolario più importante (usato in contesto) tante lezioni in diretta durante le quali parleremo, faremo attività di comprensione orale, quiz e molto di più! Con i materiali di Vaporetto Italiano potrai imparare l'italiano sempre di più e parlare in modo sempre più naturale. Sono felice di averti qui con me!
This week on A Week in Watches we take a look at a few new tool watches that came out. There's a watch built for Martians by Omega, but you can use it too. Then, Christopher Ward updates the three original watches in their Military collection. Lastly, Mühle Glashütte, builds off of their beloved SAR line with a new watch rendered in my favorite metal, titanium.But first, I go a little more in-depth than usual for this week's sponsor as it's a launch of a new series of watches from a brand we run, ADPT. The ADPT (“adapt” – Add Day, Purpose, and Terrain) Series 1 Watches are built to be modern, fun, sports watches that are inspired by the awesome outdoor gear we love. Built by BOLDR Supply Co for ADPT, they are purposeful, but stylish timepieces. Check them out now at ADPTGoods.com
Rincari energia e gas in primo piano, riunione dei ministri europei dell'energia a Bruxelles e via libera da oggi alle nuove tariffe dell'elettricità, con aumenti del 59% nel mercato tutelato, con le nuove regole Arera che a quanto pare avrebbero limitato i danni. Intanto oggi a Bruxelles si tiene il consiglio Ue sull'energia. Ha fatto molto rumore la decisione proprio della Germania di un piano di spesa da 200 miliardi per calmierare il costo dell'energia, lo stato paga la differenza tra il prezzo di mercato alto e quello calmierato ribassato. Analizziamo il tutto insieme aRoberto Bianchini, economista del REF. "Si torni al ministero dei Trasporti". A chiederlo è il presidente di Conftrasporto-Confcommercio Paolo Uggè, che ieri - dal palco della Conferenza di sistema di Confcommercio, a Villasimius, ha sottolineato la necessità di un ritorno alla centralità della politica dei trasporti nelle future scelte del nuovo Governo. Ci colleghiamo con lui per capire il suo punto di vista su questa questione. Covid: stop alle mascherine dal 2 ottobre sui mezzi pubblici. Sarà la scelta giusta? Ne parliamo con epidemiologa Stefania Salmaso.
Brugnaro: «Se riformano il reddito di cittadinanza, il M5S si sgonfierà». Da Ascolta la Notizia. «Quello ai 5 Stelle è un voto assurdo. Se riformano il reddito di cittadinanza si sgonfieranno e li andranno a prendere a casa». Lo ha detto giovedì mattina a Venezia il leader di Coraggio Italia, Luigi Brugnaro, a margine di un evento. «In campagna elettorale hanno minacciato addirittura Renzi di presentarsi in Sicilia senza scorta. Sarà stata una battuta, ma questi una volta si chiamavano i 'cattivi maestri'. Il matto col martello lo trovi sempre. Bisogna stare attenti con le parole», ha aggiunto. Per Brugnaro, con il reddito di cittadinanza «si è detto ai giovani di non andare a lavorare, perché c'è lo Stato che vi assiste. Ma è una balla colossale, perché il problema, poi, è del ragazzo che abbocca», ha concluso.
Your Working Dog Radio hosts, Eric @vanessk9 & Ted @ted_summers, sat down with the program director for a nonprofit 501(c)3, K9 Search OK, Bradley Morris. The Gents talked with Bradley Morris from K9 Search OK, who told us how he got into SAR back in 2004, and the dedication that the all volunteer force has for the work they do. From 2005 to 2015, Morris was handler to a GSD named Reuben, who did trailing and HR. In 2019, Morris started his second GSD, named Lola, who is currently certified in trailing and starting on HR. Throughout his time in SAR, Morris has focused primarily on missing person SAR. Not only a canine handler, Morris is also a highly certified ground searcher and an instructor/evaluated for NASAR's ground searcher disciplines. He is also well qualified as a search manager and planner. Morris has been a member of Civil Air Patrol and led a CERT. Though, volunteer SAR is where he spends most of his time. Additionally, the Gents dive into the Still-Smoking case of a K9 search and location of someone who had been missing for 4 years(!) from the perspective of someone who was on the ground. Morris shares with us the full computer diagram used during and after the search. The software is SARTopo, the data and analytics can be found in a book and an app titled Lost Person Behavior, which is the SAR Bible.
In this episode of The Real ResQ, we are joined by David Betts, Australian Rescue Crewman. Starting out as a “nipper” or junior lifeguard, this job opened the world of rescue to David. He went on to helicopter rescue, studied to be a paramedic, and then went on to be a winch operator. We talk about his very first rescue, which happened during a time when he wasn't even on duty! There were stranded people surrounded by fire on a mountain. His training and qualifications took him to England as a lifeguard for a bit and then he went to Ireland for a year to work with the Irish Coast Guard. After his year there and some memorable rescue stories, he went back to Australia. Working back in rescue helicopters, we discussed a couple more rescue missions. Even though there was a quick stint in the Australian Navy, David found himself back in the helicopter SAR world where he is working in a variety of areas. Enjoy! https://therealresq.com/home https://www.facebook.com/therealresq https://www.instagram.com/therealresq Thank you for sponsoring this episode of The Real ResQ; Breeze-Eastern, https://www.breeze-eastern.com/ Axnes, https://www.axnes.com/ SR3 Rescue Concepts, https://sr3rescueconcepts.com Airwaav, https://airwaav.com/
Frans is renowned in world football as an assistant to Johan Cruyff and then Louis van Gaal at club sides AFC Ajax, FC Barcelona, FC Bayern Munich and Manchester United, and the Netherlands national team. He has worked with goalkeepers including Edwin van der Sar, Stanley Menzo, Víctor Valdés, Vítor Baía, Pepe Reina, Robert Enke, Łukasz Fabiański, Thomas Kraft, Michel Vorm and David de Gea.
Whether it's radio or bedside reporting, communication is a requirement of safely handing off patients. How do we build confidence in our ability to communicate about our patients? How do we develop qualities such as professionalism, accuracy, and conciseness that are essential to our reports? And if we experience interpersonal conflict, how do we resolve it? Tune in to this podcast episode where we discuss how to effectively communicate with other medical providers. Get CE hours for our podcast episodes HERE! -------------------------------------------- Twitter @heavyhelmet Facebook @heavyliesthehelmet Instagram @heavyliesthehelmet Website heavyliesthehelmet.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org Disclaimer: The views, information, or opinions expressed on the Heavy Lies the Helmet podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of their employers and their employees. Heavy Lies the Helmet, LLC is not responsible for the accuracy of any information available for listening on this platform. The primary purpose of this series is to educate and inform, but it is not a substitute for your local laws, medical direction, or sound judgment. -------------------------------------------- Crystals VIP by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
Microcosm Coaching Team Call 09/23/2022 The long steep hill is my greatest frenemy! Nothing makes me cringe more when I look at my plan and see something like 6 x 3 minute steep hills mod/hard, 20 minute tempo on tired legs directly after. Having done these before, I know they never get easier and things are going to feel so hard by the middle part of that tempo that I'm going to want to phone in a friend for a pick-up or a SAR team for a rescue. This stuff is brutal!! BUT some tips and tricks, yes some tricks like smiling when running uphill, can really help. We break it all down on this weeks podcast/community call. Topics: -Hill Strides -Form -Advanced Workouts -Race Specific Workouts -Incorporating hills into weekday runs and weekend long runs. -A beginners approach to hills and improving on hills! -Poles or no poles?
Quale sarà l'ordine di arrivo dei partiti il 25 settembre? Quali sono i collegi più contendibili? E quali i possibili effetti del voto disperso? Sarà rispettata la parità di genere? Risponde Lorenzo Pregliasco di Youtrend
Latest episode from Spoken Label (Author / Artist / Spoken Word) Podcast features Peter Humphreys, author off "Hong Kong Rocks" and Podcast host off "First Impressions". Hong Kong Rocks is described as "Nick Powell, arriving in Hong Kong with his soon-to-be-ex-wife Lennox, finds himself drawn into the political machinations affecting the city as the Occupy movement takes root. A fatal accident exposes the factions vying for control of the SAR and gives Nick the second chance desired by many Hong Kong expats, but will he make the most of the opportunity, or find himself on the wrong side of history? Shifting between a variety of unique voices, HONG KONG ROCKS (a Proverse Prize 2018 finalist) is part thriller, part meditation on the challenges facing a special autonomous region punching above its weight. "'Hong Kong Rocks' is a story set in an alternative present; it is in part a whodunit, with the who and the it constantly in doubt. At the centre is a group of dissolute, middle-aged, expatriates, who are held more or less upright, or let fall by surer, stronger women. Dissolution, however, has its consequences, in conflict with either the newly introduced Deportation Act, or two cross-border goons, or both. And, as the tale reaches its finale, we cannot but agree with the narrator that Hong Kong is 'hotting up'."—Philip Chatting, author of "The Snow Bridge and Other Stories", Winner of the Proverse Prize 2014. "Funny and twisted, in Humphreys' spirited novel Nick and a garrulous band of expats are caught in the shifting societal landscape of Hong Kong. Nights drinking at the Brolly, missing friends, the Occupy movement, fear of deportation and the threat of discovery by Chinese agents, all loom large. As his freedom hangs on the edge of a precipice, Nick seizes on the absurdities, secrets and joys of a life lived with regret."—Maria Roberts, author of "Single Mother on the Verge", Penguin." Peter can be spoke to via https://www.instagram.com/theworddiver/ His Podcast 'First Impressions' can be found on all of the usual places. Hong Kong Rocks is available on amazon and all the usual places.
Welcome to episode 47 of Inside The Line: The Catskills! On this episode, I am joined by retired Catskill forest ranger David Meade. Ranger Meade was a forest ranger for 28 years in the Catskill region and he has seen and been through it all. Everything from SAR callouts, wildfires, helicopter rescues and so much more. We chat about his crazy experiences in the Catskills, along with his other job as a part-time paramedic and a traveling paramedic. This was a fun episode and I plan on having him back to hear some more of his stories! Subscribe on any platform! Share! Donate! Do whatever you want! I'm just glad you're listening! And remember... VOLUNTEER!!! Links for the Podcast: https://linktr.ee/ISLCatskillsPodcast Like to be a sponsor? Send me an email: email@example.com If you would like to help with the cost of production for the show, buy the show a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ITLCatskills Critical Incident Stress Management for Police, Fire, EMS and Military, Business, Industry and Individuals Wilderness Medical Associates How to help the Monarch Butterflies Trailhead stewards for 3500 Club Catskills Trail Crew NYNJTC Volunteering Catskill Center Catskill Mountain Club Catskill Mountainkeeper Post Hike Brews and Bites: Courtyard Bar in Roscoe Van Taco - Van Smoky in Livingston Manor #retiredranger #newyorkranger #rangers #crazystories #gunshots #mountainlion #riverrescue #SAR #catskillmountains #catskillspodcast #catskills #catskillpark #podcast #catskillshiker #volunteers #catskillmountainsnewyork #catskillmountainsnewyork #catskillspodcast #catskillshiker #catskillshiking #hiking #insidethelinecatskillspodcast #podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/insidethelinesthecatskill/support
Eski Halkların Demokratik Partisi (HDP) Eş Genel Başkanı Selahattin Demirtaş, tutuklu bulunduğu Edirne Cezaevi'nden avukatları aracılığıyla Ruşen Çakır'ın sorularını yanıtladı. Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi (CHP) Genel Başkanı Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu bugün Sakarya'da. Kılıçdaroğlu, havai fişek fabrikası patlamasında hayatını kaybeden işçilerin aileleriyle buluştu. Ardından partisinin grup toplantısını gerçekleştirdi. İstanbul'da suya yüzde 40 oranında zam yapıldı. Su zammı İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediye (İBB) Meclisi'nde oybirliğiyle kabul edildi. İstanbul'da, Sarıyer'in Ayazağa Mahallesi'nde kaldığı evde yakalanan IŞİD yöneticisi Beşar Hattab Gazel el-Sümeydayi'nin, yakalanmadan önce İstanbul'da çekilen görüntüleri ortaya çıktı. AKP Genel Başkanı ve Cumhurbaşkanı Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Beştepe Millet Kongre ve Kültür Merkezi'nde sosyal konut projesini tanıttı. Gökçe Çiçek Kösedağı'nın sunduğu “Güne Bakış”ta, Medyascope Yayın Yönetmeni Ruşen Çakır ile Demirtaş röportajını ve Kılıçdaroğlu görüşmesini, Medyascope muhabiri Ali Deniz Çakır ile Kılıçdaroğlu'nun Sakarya'daki temaslarını ve partisinin grup toplantısını, Edgar Şar ile Demirataş'ın ve Kılıçdaroğlu'nun açıklamalarının siyasi anlamını konuştuk. Editör: Egemen Gök
If we know what consent is and how to do it, why is it so hard for so many? Does what I think consent is match what you think consent is? If not, why not? How does this impact how we negotiate our agreements, and how can we get a little better? Marriage and family counsellor Sar Surmick joins us today to chat about how his time leading the Consent Academy and now teaching for them impacts those questions. Let's see what answers Sar has for us here on Intimate Interactions. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/intimate-interactions/message
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently issued a report to Congress. The report focused on how the US Department of Justice is complying with its obligation to report on how Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) are being used by law enforcement. John and Elliot discuss the report, the value of better information on SAR use, and the challenges in gathering meaningful data and presenting it in an actionable format.
Having an appropriate mindset is crucial when it comes to airway management, particularly in a prehospital and/or emergency setting. Whether it's team dynamics or the tools at our disposal, we need to have a different outlook when it comes to addressing the A in ABC's. If you are looking for a comprehensive guide on how to RSI, this is not the episode for you. This is simply a table discussion about appropriate perspective. Get CE hours for our podcast episodes HERE! -------------------------------------------- Twitter @heavyhelmet Facebook @heavyliesthehelmet Instagram @heavyliesthehelmet Website heavyliesthehelmet.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org Disclaimer: The views, information, or opinions expressed on the Heavy Lies the Helmet podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of their employers and their employees. Heavy Lies the Helmet, LLC is not responsible for the accuracy of any information available for listening on this platform. The primary purpose of this series is to educate and inform, but it is not a substitute for your local laws, medical direction, or sound judgment. -------------------------------------------- Crystals VIP by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US