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We get to sit down with Daniel M. Davis of Steam Crow and the Monster Rangers and get to talk about his Monster Rangers RPG and successful current Kickstarter. This tabletop roleplaying game (ttrpg) features Monster Rangers - kind of like adult boy/girl Scouts - who BELIEVE, STUDY, and PROTECT OUR MONSTER FRIENDS. Set in 1913 in an alternative United States of Liberty, the RANGERS deal with VILE CULTISTS, WILD AND DANGEROUS MONSTERS (who don't want to be saved), and EVIL MONSTEROLOGISTS who seek to command their monster magiks. Please follow the Moster Ranger and SteamCrow community at: RANGERS FACEBOOK GROUP STEAM CROW NEWSLETTER RANGERS DISCORD RANGERS REDDIT Please join in the Kickstarter here: Monster Rangers RPG by Steam Crow — Kickstarter Fate is an award winning ttrpg that is story centric, and great for pulp. We use it as our house system for everything we run here at Steam Crow HQ, so it was clear that we should use FATE for this game. Pay what you want for Fate pdf here. We also recommend the Fate SRD site for a free online game reference. While the MRRPG is described in FATE RPG terms, it is largely system agnostic; 95% of the game is explaining the setting, the Monster Ranger Branches, and their foes. If you want to use a different game system, go for it! #Faterpg #MosterRangers #Steamcrow #RPG #TabletopRPG Please support our shows at www.patreon.com/cppn and even join us in some games! Also keep an eye at the new things on our now affiliated Twitch channel: https://www.twitch.tv/creativeplayandpodcast Also follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CreativePlayandPodcastNetwork Would you be interested if we hosted D&D and Edge of Empire games on Roll20 for you to join? Email us at Creativeplaypodcastnet@Gmail.com
Welcome to the First Presbyterian Church, New Bern Podcast! Join Paul and Anna each Monday morning as they chat about upcoming church events, the week's sermon, and fun facts about the church. In today's episode, Paul and Anna talk about salt, sea stories, scouts, and soup! The conversation is followed by the prayers, music, and sermon from Sunday's virtual service. Recorded live each week at First Pres in beautiful historic downtown New Bern, North Carolina. First Presbyterian Church, New Bern, North Carolina, established in 1817. A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Building community, transforming lives, engaging the world. See more at https://www.firstpresnb.org Follow us on social media at https://www.facebook.com/firstpresnb Watch our virtual service each week at https://youtube.com/channel/UCKw0GnheJfOUlVv_g5bBrEw Permission to podcast/stream live music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE, License A-701790 and CCLI 3202763. All rights reserved. Permission to podcast/stream recorded music from artist.io.
Guess who's back in the Spooky Scary house, with a new podcast for your alien loving house! Links: https://www.ijpr.org/show/the-jefferson-exchange/2022-11-10/fri-8-30-not-roswell-but-varginha-documentary-explores-brazilian-ufo-sighting https://victorstiff.com/ariel-phenomenon-review-why-cant-we-admit-what-we-dont-know/ https://www.newsweek.com/russia-rostov-ufo-object-rostov-drone-1771582 https://www.science.org/content/article/nasa-unveils-initial-plan-multibillion-dollar-telescope-find-life-alien-worlds Twitter: @spookyscouts | @hollyconrad | @kayncli SpookyScouts.com Music by @dungeonwindow on Instagram Edited by @JacksNotFunny
"Bleav in Steelers" host Ike Taylor shares his stories and experiences scouting for the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama. The Steelers hold the 17th, 32nd and 49th overall picks in the 2023 NFL Draft. Ike shares what it was like being at the Senior Bowl practices with head coach Mike Tomlin and general manager Omar Khan. Host Mark Bergin asks Ike what he saw from the offensive linemen, defensive linemen and defensive backs, which are three areas of need for the Steelers. Senior Bowl standouts include Wisconsin defensive lineman Keeanu Benton and Georgia defensive back Christopher Smith. The guys also discuss whether the Steelers should pursue cornerback Jalen Ramsey as Cam Sutton is due to become a free agent. Other topics include whether Tom Brady will stay retired, and previewing the storylines ahead of Super Bowl 57 between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. Follow Ike Taylor on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Follow Mark Bergin on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube Ike Taylor Swaggin U' T-shirts: Tap here Taylor Talkin' T-shirts: Tap here Intro Music: Louie Kaczmarek
In today's episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience, we spoke with NBA TV Host, Chris Miles. Born and raised in New York, Chris was a member of the Rice High School basketball team, where they won three New York State Class A titles in the 1990s. After graduating from Fairfield University in 2003, Chris went on to work at WDSU in New Orleans, WDBJ in Roanoke, the Columbus Sports Network, and WVVA in West Virginia. For almost a decade, Chris worked with NBC Sports Washington as a sports anchor and provided pregame/postgame coverage for the Washington Wizards.In this episode, Chris and Marlena discuss:How Chris knew what he wanted to pursue as a careerThe audition process for NBA TVThe importance of learning and being preparedWhat it takes to succeed as a broadcast host for a major sports networkChris Miles holds 20 years of experience in the sports business and shares his remarkable story, taking listeners back to the discovery of his career at Fairfield University. Chris was also a guest speaker at the 2022 SBC Business of Basketball Immersive Experience in Las Vegas during the NBA2K23 Summer League. Follow SBC: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | FacebookFollow Marlena Rodriguez: LinkedIn | Instagram Follow Chris Miles: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter
Did Mr Bowie used to shout "Be Prepared!" every time he went past a multipurpose brick hall in the suburbs? He didn't. But the message is a great community service to those who aren't. Thinking Music Make believe! Link to the Answer Onthewight.com Check out the Somehow Related Facebook Group. Or the website for more - www.nearly.com.au/somehow-related-podcast-with-glenn-robbins-and-dave-oneil/ Somehow Related is produced by Nearly Media. Original theme music by Kit Warhurst. Artwork created by Stacy Gougoulis. Looking for another podcast? Out Of The Question - Adam Zwar's fantastic interview podcast The Junkees with Dave O'Neil & Kitty Flanagan - The sweet and salty roundabout! Junk food abounds! Confessions - laugh along with Sam Petersen and friends as he reads outrageous confessions from people you'll never meet.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WWI Skirmish Wargames have gotten super hot this season. We interview CK the designer of Scouts Out! Raids and Reconnaissance in 1914-1918. He has his rules and he makes his own minis to capture the elite and experimental nature of trench raiders during the Great War with plans to expand outside the Western Theatre.
Polish Scouts get awarded, Scouts in Europe spread the Peace Light...and can Camp Byng be re-opened? News Stories Fundraiser launched to re-open 100-year-old Camp Byng amidst ongoing legal dispute | Coast Reporter 15,000 kilometers by bike to join the World Scout Jamboree 2023 | Scout.org ZHP is awarded the EESC Civil Society Prize 2022 | Scout.org Scouts in Europe cross countries to receive and spread a light of peace | Scout.org 9 New Year's resolution ideas for Scouts | Scout.org Subscribe Follow Us and Subscribe Support Hit the Tip Jar Send Feedback Email Us | Leave Us a Voice Message | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Discord | Leave Us a Review Music Unexpected Hoedown in Bagging Area, by Doctor Turtle
When I was playing, there were a lot of rumors about how the pro scouting community found their players. It was a guessing game in my career. In this episode, we have a National Crosschecker Scout behind the microphone. See the time stamps for the topics we touch on. (00:00-04:11) Introduction - Who is Mark Adair? (04:12-08:37) The different types of pro scouts (08:38-11:34) What is a professional prospect? (11:35-15:48) How long do scouts spend at a game? (15:49-20:03) Pro scouts attend these events (20:04-29:50) The MLB Draft, what you need to know (29:51-30:33) Multi-sport athletes (30:34-36:13) Here's how you make it (36:14-40:02) Minor League restructure/College transfer portal (40:03-41:23) We know the rosters (41:24-43:22) This is a big deal for a scout (43:24-46:10) This is what we look for (46:11-46:59) Are pitchers harder to project out? (47:00-51:51) Scouting + Training + Mark's Career (51:52-55:19) Draft week, how many players we look at (55:20-59:08) Throwing your helmet crosses you off the list? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/closing-pitch/message
Broadcast on radio from 1935 to 1953, Cavalcade of America was an anthology drama series that documented historical events, often through dramatization. In addition, it occasionally presented musicals, such as an adaptation of Show Boat, and condensed biographies of popular composers. It was later on television from 1952 to 1957. GSMC Classics presents some of the greatest classic radio broadcasts, classic novels, dramas, comedies, mysteries, and theatrical presentations from a bygone era. The GSMC Classics collection is the embodiment of the best of the golden age of radio. Let Golden State Media Concepts take you on a ride through the classic age of radio, with this compiled collection of episodes from a wide variety of old programs. ***PLEASE NOTE*** GSMC Podcast Network presents these shows as historical content and have brought them to you unedited. Remember that times have changed and some shows might not reflect the standards of today's politically correct society. The shows do not necessarily reflect the views, standards, or beliefs of Golden State Media Concepts or the GSMC Podcast Network. Our goal is to entertain, educate give you a glimpse into the past.
Tyrone D. Dixon graduated from the American Film Institute (AFI) in the Producing Program. Has produced and directed music videos and short films while as an executive for Russell Simmons' Def Pictures. Dr. Dixon was a producer and director on Emmy nominated TV show Cool Women with Executive Producer Debbie Allen. Tyrone acted as Line Producer on the production of the Oscar nominated documentary Tupac Resurrection. Additionally, he's produced and directed the award wining documentary 8 Wheels And Some Soul Brotha Music as well as a Producer for the hit film Roll Bounce. Mr. Dixon is presently attached to direct the Dikajada Films project SCOUTS, The chronicles of troop 242. A coming of age comedy about a struggling TROOP, produced by Preston Holmes. Additionally, Dr. Dixon earned a PhD in Media Psychology and continues To teach film production at Texas Southern University.
Estas navidades en Un tema Al Día te recomendamos otros podcast que nos gustan y hoy te traemos un podcast que hizo nuestro compañero de elDiario.es Nando Ochando en verano de 2021. 17 de julio de 1936. La Guerra Civil sorprende a un grupo de scouts en pleno Pirineo aragonés. Los jóvenes, que no pueden volver a casa cercados por la guerra, inician un periplo que durará meses. Una historia de película, pero real, con las voces de supervivientes, familiares e historiadores que este podcast trata de reconstruir. *** Si te gusta Un tema Al Día, necesitamos tu apoyo. Hazte socia, hazte socio en eldiario.es/socioSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Conservation groups have criticised next year's fishing quotas. The Government described this week's agreement with the EU on how much fish can be caught in UK waters as ‘a further £282 million in fishing opportunities' and the National Federation of Fishermen's Organisations were pleased that quotas had been increased after fish stocks improved - for instance cod is up 160 per cent. However some marine conservation groups, like Blue Marine, say scientific advice is being ignored and 28 per cent of fish stocks are still being over-fished. During the pandemic, people in one village in Wiltshire set up a community group in a cafe, handing out food, offering help and friendship. When lockdown ended and the cafe needed its premises back, the volunteers moved to the village hall; when the village needed its hall back, they moved to the Scout hut; when the Scouts needed their hut back they decided they really needed a place of their own - and now they've got a new HQ, on a double decker bus. The charity - Positive Community Action will now take a mobile food bank and friendship cafe to rural areas. A new study says it's more cost effective for farmers to concentrate food production on some land and dedicate other areas to wildlife and biodiversity. There's long been a debate as to which is the most effective - land sharing or land sparing. Land sharing is where farmers make space for nature alongside farming. Land sparing is where they farm some areas and leave other land solely for nature. Research from Cambridge, Glasgow and Leeds universities says its more cost effective to pay farmers to create woodland and wetlands on some land and concentrate food production elsewhere. Presenter = Charlotte Smith Producer = Rebecca Rooney
Jennifer Roach and Melissa Fugazza make a great duo for summarizing the news in Mormons this week. Links: 1. Marriage bill https://newsroom.churchofjesuschrist.org/article/respect-for-marriage-act-signing?fbclid=IwAR2SngXZtgGd9KEx5DbgT-eF9frnhPLcEt-YvGiuUBFIehKrqcz6GXL1J-4 2. The first boy scout abuse case has completed its wind through the courts https://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/nation/ex-boy-scout-leader-gets-12-to-20-years-on-sex-abuse-charges/?fbclid=IwAR1f8jhXd_Fvg-duyWxpja3SyvKrLA3TcMmbeCjt86kX4zdN-LzAMKuPgmM 3. Update on Bisbee case Mediation possible in LDS sexual abuse civil case | Bisbee | myheraldreview.com 4. Nativity Displays https://newsroom.churchofjesuschrist.org/article/thousands-attend-follow-the-star-living-nativity-in-california?fbclid=IwAR29zaL8MbTdxuCr4iITavXx9dAPo18MhmjjXIrRIEfw0azsxW0nRgI2GLw
Tom Zayas & Cranjis McBasketball discuss the Lakers recent 6 game road trip, including a big win in Milwaukee and a tough L in Philly. Then later they discuss the recent report the Lakers have inquired about Bojan Bogdanovich from the Pistons and how the Lakers don't have an NBA Scouting Department.... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On December 13, it will have been 30 years since my Eagle Scout Court of Honor. Also on December 13, the new documentary, "Boy Scout's Honor," becomes available. The film tells the story of Aaron Averheart, and several other Scouts, who were sexually abused by one of their Scoutmasters, Bill Sheehan, as well as how the organization has kept secret files on pedophiles in BSA, while not doing much to curb the abusers themselves.In this episode, Brian begins by sharing his own memories of scouting before going into interviews he conducted with the film's director Ash Patiño and Averheart himself. This episode does touch on subjects of child abuse, trauma, and sexual assault.
The WNBA Draft is an inexact science, so what should you look for when evaluating how a prospect's game will translate to the next level? Host Hunter Cruse is joined by co-host Joshua Welch, two of our draft analysts at The Next, to discuss their scouting process, some statistical indicators, and plenty more. They also tie their philosophies to the loaded freshmen class -- including scouting notes on Florida State's Ta'Niya Latson and Ohio State's Cotie McMahon to name a few. Photo credits: (Left - Joseph Scheller, Columbus Dispatch & USA Today), (Right - Florida State Athletics) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, The Armored Titan and Ymir's Titan escape with Eren and Historia. The Scouts are closing in and Commander Erwin has a crazy plan in mind. Ymir explains to Historia her reasons for her actions. Mikasa is on a mission to save Eren at all costs. Are Reiner and Bertholdt really the monsters everybody says they are? "I'M HERE, AND I WILL ALWAYS BE YOUR ALLY!" Check out our Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/attackthetalk?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=5b84c041-2b7b-48e6-b7c8-4363b8c44028 Edited by NatePlaysBad Go support: Watch https://twitch.tv/nateplaysbad on Twitch!
OK spoiler alert! Today I'm telling the whole story of how I came to work with a Hollywood Costumer named Danielle to help outfit the actors in Steven Spielberg's The Fabelmans. I took my family to see the movie on Thanksgiving Day. I had really been hesitant to do a video about my involvement until I saw the final cut. You never know how things are going to turn out and I wasn't sure if they would have made changes since my involvement was more than a year ago. But the uniforms were awesome, the portrayal of Sammy Fabelman's time in Scouts was awesome (can you tell I am a child of the 80s?) and I loved the movie. The overall arc of the story line is heavily focused on the family dynamics. But the the parts in the beginning of the movie with his patrol and troop were just plain fun to watch. Of course in this episode I'll have a giveaway and an unboxing! Oh and if you've read this far down I have an Easter Egg surprise for you. Something that I just found this morning when I was doing my homework for this episode. I was so shocked when I found this that I immediately called my wife and had one of those moments on the phone where she first asked "is everything ok?". Watch to find out!
Leaving behind Red Cat Cave the Broken Tusks now turn east towards a forgotten past and a new future. Through the map their ancestors left behind in Red Cat Cave, the Scouts have discovered the lost migration route of their people, the Ethgir, and must now lead the following into unknown lands to find haven from the Burning Mammoths in the mythical Lost Mammoth Valley. Tips are appreciated... https://streamelements.com/knightsoflastcall/tip If you would like to support the Knights ongoing, please consider joining our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/knightsoflastcall -------------------------------------------------------- THE PLAYERS -------------------------------------------------------- Bob plays Droga a Kellid human Ranger (Beastmaster) Tim plays Brek a Kellid human Fighter (Bard) Kaz plays Thron a Kellid human Barbarian (Wrestler) Smith plays Joren a Mendevian human Cleric (Bastion) You can find copies of the group's character sheets here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1W8M7GtkY9ejokA6AwM9ULB6gB1lmVgeR?usp=sharing -------------------------------------------------------- HOUSE RULES -------------------------------------------------------- * Improved Hero Points When a hero point is used to re-roll a d20, a result of 1 to 10 has +10 added to it, guaranteeing that re-rolled d20 with a hero point will never be lower than an 11. A PC may choose to use either result. * Improved Aid A PC may for One Action "Prepare" which enables them to use a Reaction in the upcoming round to Aid. At the time the Aid is given (the reaction is used), the PC will describe how they are assisting and choose which skill or attack they are using. No die roll is made to determine if the Aid is successful, or how much Aid bonus is given. Instead the Aid reaction is automatically successful and the recipient of the Aid will receive a circumstance bonus of +1, +2, +3 or +4 determined by the Proficiency level (Trained, Expert, Master, or Legendary) of the PC who is providing the Aid. -------------------------------------------------------- THE ADVENTURE -------------------------------------------------------- Quest for the Frozen Flame takes place in a remote and frozen land known as the Realm of the Mammoth Lords. An honorable, yet primitive, people dwell there formed into large clans known as "Followings" which nomadically live off the massive herds of megafauna that dwell within this ancient land, most notably the Mammoths. Prepare to embark on a great journey in which the actions of our heroes will not only decide the fate of their small outcast clan known as the Broken Tusks, but the entire future of the Realm!!
I'm excited to introduce this week's guest, Doug Noll. Doug was born with multiple disabilities: he had both audio and visual disabilities as well as two club feet. After struggling with sports in school, he turned to Scouts and the outdoors and started to thrive. Doug is a whitewater guide, Level III PSIA ski instructor, sailor, and fly fisher. He has also been a rock climber, mountaineer, competitive swimmer, and Class IV kayaker. His various outdoor adventures have taught him discipline, persistence, patience, mental endurance, and fortitude, which he applies in his career as a peacemaker and mediator. In this episode, we discuss Doug's adventures, how he overcame his disabilities to thrive in the outdoors, and what he's learned over the years. About Doug Noll Douglas E. Noll, JD, MA left a successful career as a trial lawyer to become a peacemaker. His calling is to serve humanity, and he executes his calling at many levels. He is an award-winning author, teacher, trainer, and highly experienced mediator. Doug's work carries him from international work to helping people resolve deep interpersonal and ideological conflicts to training life inmates to be peacemakers and mediators in maximum-security prisons. His fourth book, De-Escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds or Less, was published by Beyond Word Publishing in September 2017. De-Escalate is now in four languages and in its second printing. He is the co-founder of Prison of Peace, and creator of the Noll Affect Labeling System. In 2012, Doug was honored by California Lawyer Magazine as California Attorney of the Year. Doug's Links LinkedIn Facebook Facebook Twitter Instagram DN YouTube EC YouTube Pinterest Free gift Listen To This Episode What You'll Learn How Doug overcame his disabilities to thrive in the outdoors Meaningful moments in Doug's adventures and what he's learned from them How Doug's adventures informed his career as a mediator Things We Discussed Doug's Difficult Conversations Project Outward Bound Counterstrain therapy Rolfing Peacemaking: Practicing at the Intersection of Law and Human Conflict Sex, Politics & Religion at the Office: The New Competitive Advantage De-Escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds or Less Elusive Peace: How Modern Diplomatic Strategies Could Better Resolve World Conflicts Related Episodes 436 Tori Joy Geiger ~ How to Have Outdoor Adventures When You've Got a Chronic Illness 385 Holly Worton ~ How Your Adventures Can Revolutionize Your Relationship With Your Body (now with downloadable transcript!) 373 How Outdoors Adventures Can Help You Give Yourself Permission to Be You (now with downloadable transcript!) 367 Holly Worton ~ Finding Yourself Through Solo Travel and Outdoor Adventures (now with downloadable transcript!) 293 Holly Worton ~ How to Get Back on Track & Get Sh!t Done After Illness or Burnout (now with downloadable transcript!) Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode. Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode.
Welcome to the Ask Robby Row Segment where I'll take daily questions from my question platform (https://therobbyrowshow.com/ask) and answer them here on the podcast.Today's question is from Terry“I'm currently 21 years old 6'1. I'm throwing 90-91 topping 92 now. I have a pretty good slider and splitter. How can I get to the next level? Do I need to throw harder? What do scouts look for?”Watch The Video Response Herehttps://youtu.be/wjZQFNYXdsUFeel free to reach out to me via my question platform and just let me know if you'd like my response to stay private or not. THE ROBBY ROW SHOW WEBSITEWho is Robby Rowland?https://therobbyrowshow.com/about/Robby Rowland's Social Channelshttps://therobbyrowshow.com/follow-me/The Robby Row Show VLOGhttps://therobbyrowshow.com/vlog/Ask Robby Row Pagehttps://therobbyrowshow.com/ask/ Website Search Enginehttps://therobbyrowshow.com/search/ Partnerships + Discounts on Products I Usehttps://therobbyrowshow.com/productdiscounts/ Robby Row's Content Library https://therobbyrowshow.com/content-library/ The Robby Row Show Baseball Podcasthttps://therobbyrowshow.com/podcast/ Content Creation Products + Podcast Equipmenthttps://therobbyrowshow.com/content-creation/ WHERE YOU CAN FIND ROBBY ROWRobby Row's Social Mediahttps://therobbyrowshow.com/follow-me/ Websitehttps://therobbyrowshow.com YouTube https://youtube.com/c/RobbyRowland Instagram https://www.instagram.com/robbyrow12/ Twitter https://twitter.com/RobbyRow_12 TikTok www.tiktok.com/@robbyrow12Facebook https://www.facebook.com/robbyrow12/ Podcasthttps://therobbyrowshow.com/podcast/ LinkedInwww.linkedin.com/in/robbyrow12 SUBSCRIBE TO MY PODCASTApple Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-robby-row-show/id1341507777?mt=2 Spotify Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/2AEEhbkL1P4YUS4yzpNXOK?si=Qyc6K0JgTO-_LmGX19mwtg iHeart Radio Podcast https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-robby-row-show-30930836/ Stitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/robby-rowland/the-robby-row-show DONATIONSPayPalhttps://paypal.me/robbyrow VenmoRobbyrow12
Scouts sell Christmas trees, Girl Scouts struggle with cookie supplies...and the Interamerican Scouts meet up in Paraguay. News Stories Scout Leaders meet in Ciudad del Este to make decisions for the future | WOSM Girl Scout cookie season is in danger. Again | SFChronicle Local scouts selling Christmas trees once again | OkotoksOnline Local Boy Scouts selling Christmas trees at Graber's | Harvey County Now Yellowknife Scouts kicks off annual Christmas tree sale | NNSL Subscribe Follow Us and Subscribe Support Hit the Tip Jar Send Feedback Email Us | Leave Us a Voice Message | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Discord | Leave Us a Review Music Unexpected Hoedown in Bagging Area, by Doctor Turtle
Welcome to the fifth installment of Hanover Happenings! This is your Town Manager here with your November recap. Just a note: Going forward, I'm going to post the episodes somewhat differently. Instead of posting the updates and spotlight interviews together, I'm going to post them separately so you can tune into what you're most interested in. So each month, we'll have 2-3 shorter episodes posted, rather than one long one. The topics we covered in this update are: Topics from Selectboard meetings in November: Some routine business Friends of Oak Hill update Tax rate discussion Election day Several appointments Several donations And the Town Manager's monthly report which includes more information on: A number of hiring and HR issues Finance Director and budget process Traffic safety issues working group Downtown Hanover working group Sustainability update NHMA conference And we have two great spotlights this month: The first is with Abe Healy, a Hanover High School student who belongs to Scout Troop 45. For his eagle project, Abe designed and placed some American Flag retirement/dropoff points at three locations around town, where you can properly dispose of a damaged or old flag. I sit down with Abe to talk about why he was inspired for that project, and of course, we end up talking about science-fiction. Thanks Abe and the Scouts! Our next spotlight is the first of a multi-part series recapping and discussing our elections. This first is a conversation with: Town Clerk Bobbie Hitchcock Town Moderator Jeremy Eggleton Supervisor of the Checklist Allison Gorman Ballot Clerk Bill Brown Ballot Clerk Sandy Joslin We talk about what it takes to make a safe, accurate election actually happen in Hanover, how you accurately count and record thousands of ballots (not the way you might think), the importance of accurate record keeping and building trust in our elections, and some memorable moments they had. This spotlight is in part to thank the over 80 individuals, almost all of whom are volunteer, who directly work on the election, plus the dozens more who support it. Thank you all for doing what you do, ensuring one of the most important and sacred components to our society can happen in a trusted fashion. Head over to hanoverhappenings.com or search for "Hanover Happenings" in your favorite podcast player, such as Spotfy, Apple, Google, Amazon, etc. Subscribe to stay updated and please share with one friend who you want to help get more informed in town. You can find all the agendas, minutes, videos, and more at hanovernh.org.Thanks for reading!Town of Hanover
We have two spotlights this month: The first is with Abe Healey, a Hanover High School student who belongs to Scout Troop 45. For his eagle project, Abe designed and placed some American Flag retirement/dropoff points at three locations around town, where you can properly dispose of a damaged or old flag. I sit down with Abe to talk about why he was inspired for that project, and of course, we end up talking about science-fiction. Thanks Abe and the Scouts! The second spotlight is the first of a multi-part series recapping and discussing our elections. This first is a conversation with: Town Clerk Bobbie Hitchcock Town Moderator Jeremy Eggleton Supervisor of the Checklist Allison Gorman Ballot Clerk Bill Brown Ballot Clerk Sandy Joslin We talk about what it takes to make a safe, accurate election actually happen in Hanover, how you accurately count and record thousands of ballots (not the way you might think), the importance of accurate record keeping and building trust in our elections, and some memorable moments they had. This spotlight is in part to thank the over 80 individuals, almost all of whom are volunteer, who directly work on the election, plus the dozens more who support it. Thank you all for doing what you do, ensuring one of the most important and sacred components to our society can happen in a trusted fashion. For all of the Hanover Happenings updates and episodes, you can visit hanoverhappenings.com. Find the monthly reports, agenda, minutes, videos and more at: Hanovernh.org.
This week, Jen is joined by Leigh Steinberg. Listen along as Leigh shares the importance of compartmentalizing and adopting a quiet mind to elevate your level of performance in critical circumstances! Get to know Leigh Steinberg Leigh was born and raised in Los Angeles by his parents, a teacher and librarian. He obtained both his undergraduate and law degrees from Cal where he was student body president during each tenure. Leigh has represented many of the most successful athletes and coaches in football, basketball, baseball, hockey, boxing, golf, etc., including the number one overall pick in the NFL draft for an unprecedented eight times in conjunction with 62 total first round picks. Furthermore, Leigh has represented other notable athletes such as Oscar De La Hoya and Lennox Lewis, as well as multiple Olympians and professional teams. With an unrivaled history of record-setting contracts, Leigh has secured over $4 billion for his 300+ pro athlete clients and directed more than $750 million to various charities around the world. Leigh is easily distinguished from others within his profession by his passion for giving to those less fortunate and his endless campaign to make our world a better place. He has received commendations from Congress, State Senate, State Legislature, the Los Angeles City Council, the Orange County Board of Supervisors, President Reagan, President Bush and President Clinton. Leigh has been named Man of the Year over a dozen times by a variety of groups including the March of Dimes, Cedars-Sinai, the Southern California Boy, Scouts, the Orange County and Los Angeles Human Relations Commissions, the Orange County and Los Angeles divisions of the Anti-Defamation League, and several other professional and charitable organizations. He has also been awarded the “Keys to the City” in San Francisco, CA, Memphis, TN, Jacksonville, FL and Concord, CA. In 2017, Leigh was inducted into the California Sports Hall of Fame. His efforts to save the Giants led then San Francisco Mayor Frank Jordan to declare “Leigh Steinberg Day” in the city. In 1994, then-Oakland Mayor Elihu Harris utilized Leigh as a consultant in his successful bid to prevent the Oakland Athletics baseball club from relocating. Leigh also served as Co-Chairman of the “Save the Rams” committee in its attempt to keep the franchise from leaving Southern California. Leigh is often credited as the inspiration for the Oscar-winning film Jerry Maguire. In addition to receiving a production credit for the movie, Leigh also consulted on features such as Any Given Sunday, For Love of the Game, and Arli$$. Additionally, he has supplied his expertise on the business of sports and athletes for “The Dan Patrick Show,” in front of “ The Jim Rome Show,” and “The Herd with Colin Cowherd,” and multiple other radio and TV outlets. Leigh contributes a weekly column to Forbes, The Huffington Post, and the Daily Pilot, while occasionally contributing a guest column to The New York Times, Sporting News, and Yahoo Sports. In addition, Leigh has penned notable articles such as “The Future of Sports” for the Sports Business Journal, “Around the NFL in 80 Million Dollars” for Inside Sports Magazine and “The Future of Sport” for the Smithsonian Magazine. Leigh wrote a best-selling book, Winning with Integrity, providing insight on how to improve life through non-confrontational negotiation. Furthermore, Leigh's most recent book, The Agent: My 40-Year Career of Making Deals and Changing the Game, details his decades of dominance in the sports industry and sheds light on overcoming his personal struggles to launch his comeback. Leigh has been rated the #6 Most Powerful Person in the NFL according to “Football Digest” and the #16 Most Powerful Person in Sports according to “Sporting News.” He resides in Newport Beach and has three children. GET IN TOUCH WITH LEIGH! WEBSITE FB IG LN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Introduction John Leon Gonzalez is a Certified Professional Inspector® in Seattle, Washington that has been licensed as a realtor since 2007 both H.I. and WDIR (Pest). He is also certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors® (InterNACHI®) and today he comes to tell us everything about how to have a great inspection in Seattle, Washington. Get In Touch With Our Guest, John Leon Gonzalez If you'd like to get in touch with our guest today, click on the link below and I will send you a warm introduction: Get In Touch With Our Podcast Guest Today Find The Perfect Real Estate Agent Near You If you'd like to find a great real estate agent near you, just go to this link: Real Estate Agent Near Me Podcast Sponsors Find an Agent with HomeFlow: The key to having a calm and successful home buying experience starts with having the best real estate agent. This is why you need to interview a few. To get the process started just go to Tryhomeflow.com Dovly: 10 million of Americans have errors in their credit reports that lower their credit score. To fix those error try Dovly.com MyFico: 90% of top lenders use FICO® Scores—do you know yours? Check your FICO Score at MyFico.com The Smart Home Buyer Calculator: Use our 4-in-1 super-smart calculator to make sure you know your numbers before buying your first home. Get it now at The Smart Home Buyer Calculator Rate The Podcast Click on this link to Rate and Review "The First Time Home Buyer Podcast" on iTunes. You can also subscribe to the podcast there. I will really appreciate it, thanks so much in advance! Listen To A Podcast Guest In Your Area If you'd like to find podcast guests for your specific location or profession just click on the link below to search for them: Podcast Guest Search Awesome Resources For First-Time Home Buyers If you'd like to access other great resources for first-time home buyers just click on this link: First-Time Home Buyer Resources Let's Talk I'd love to talk to podcast listeners and get to know you all better! I can also help you answer any questions you have about buying your first home! So if you'd like to talk about that let's jump a quick call! Just schedule a time that works for you here: Schedule A Call With Laura Moreno Feedback I love receiving feedback so please, if you'd like to tell me how you'd improve the podcast, send me an email or schedule a call with me for that works for you here: Schedule A Call With Laura Moreno Share The Love If you know someone looking to buy their first home and you think this information would help them, just share it with them. They will really appreciate it. Subscribe To The Podcast Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Connect On Social Media YouTube | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn Do you want to start your own podcast? Then enroll in The Free Podcast Course today, which is the course that I followed to create this podcast! Transcript This is an automatic transcription (sorry for the typos in advance!
Welcome to the MLB Draft Podcast, the proven playbook to help you navigate the Draft Process successfully. Our goal is to inform you, support you, and help you achieve the greatest amount of success which we define as:Fulfilling your potential to become the best MLB player and;Maximizing the financial opportunity that is a byproduct of achieving #1The challenge: Winning is not guaranteed. History is littered with "can't miss" players who never made it and volumes of athletes experiencing financial ruin. The good news is the results are mainly in your control. If you follow this playbook, you will win.What's at stake?Scouts, agents, showcases & NIL. You are now a part of an $11 billion industry. Everyone you interact with is making a business decision. So are you. The only question is: how confident are you that you are making the right decisions?Why Listen to Us?We are former players who have personally walked this path and now guide the best players in the game. This is our business.100+ MLB players represented by 29 different agenciesMLB clients' earnings of $3,000,000,000+58 1st-Round Draft PicksMultiple 1sts Overall Draft PicksDownload your FREE copy of our book: MLB Draft HandbookSchedule a time to talk
Antigua and Barbuda join WOSM, Scouts help those in need...and another Scouts Canada property closes (for a while, at least). News Stories Antigua & Barbuda Scout Association becomes 173rd WOSM Member | WOSM Scouts help Cianjur's earthquake victims | WOSM Scouts' youth-led response supports over 800,000 Ukrainian children and families with humanitarian assistance | WOSM Romanian Scouts rush to borders, offering immediate relief and support to refugees from Ukraine | UNICEF Europe and Central Asia Scouts step up to cook Thanksgiving meals for their community | WPBN Sunshine Coast Scouts Camp Byng closed 'until further notice' | Coast Reporter Subscribe Follow Us and Subscribe Support Hit the Tip Jar Send Feedback Email Us | Leave Us a Voice Message | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Discord | Leave Us a Review Music Unexpected Hoedown in Bagging Area, by Doctor Turtle
Felipe Nasr is a Brazilian racing driver whose many accolades include the 2018 IMSA Sportscar championship, the 2019 12 Hours of Sebring IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for Whelen Engineering Racing. He currently acts as a factory driver for Porsche. Felipe joins Steven to talk about his racing legacy and where it began, the landscape of racing in the modern world, and what the future holds for prospective racing drivers. KEY TAKEAWAYS When you have the encouragement of those you love, it can spur you on to achieve heights that you could not previously have imagined. There are always ways in to the racing world, and the industry encourages junior drivers. Scouts are constantly looking for the drivers of tomorrow. Anyone, at any level, in any sport, there has to be a level of sacrifice in order to really make it. The great ones always have sacrifice in their tail wind. There is a level of fitness and strength required in order to be a racing driver. Many assume that all you are doing is sitting in a seat, but it is immensely physically taxing. Training is essential. BEST MOMENTS 'If you feel it's something you want to do, and go beyond, it's up to you' 'They give them a chance to be a factory driver' 'You need to be disciplined and focussed' VALUABLE RESOURCES The Steven Sulley Study Felipe Nasr Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/felipenasr/?hl=en ABOUT THE HOST The Steven Sulley Study is my take on success. My view is you should have multiple focuses to be a well-rounded individual. Success shouldn't be just one thing like money, for example, it should also consist of a healthy fit lifestyle and thriving relationships. As a person who has made a success in life and also made huge cock-ups I feel I can offer suggestions and tips on how to become successful or at least start your pursuit. My 'Study' has taken resources from reading and education plus being around, my perception, of successful people and I, know a lot of successful people from all walks of life. My 'Study' coming from my experiences in business, investing, sales (my core background), training, boxing and education has enabled me to become well rounded and successful and I will help you in these key areas too. CONTACT METHOD InstagramSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fredrick Russell Burnham might have been the first model of American masculinity. His lifestyle would one day permeate into the 20th century as men across the country sought to adopt the mindset of Burnham. The long line of Fredrick's imitators is unsurprising since he was the inspiration for the founder of the boy scouts. Furthermore, one esteemed colleague of his had based much of his beliefs and behavior on him before rising to the president's office. Of course, we are talking about none other than Teddy Roosevelt. Burnham's influence surely is unmatched, and he has the combat record to back it up. However, few remember his part to play in the failed attempt to bring hippos to Louisianna. Fredrick Russell Burnham, along with a couple of unlikely allies, ran a campaign to popularize hippos into the American diet and begin farming hippos on American soil. The only thing that held back this plan was World War 1. Burnham's life, indeed, was extraordinary.Things I Learned Last Night is an educational comedy podcast where best friends Jaron Myers and Tim Stone talk about random topics and have fun all along the way. If you like learning, and laughing a whole lot while you do, then you'll love TILLN. Watch or listen to this episode today!Become a Patron and Get Early Access to Ad-Free Episodes:https://www.patreon.com/tillnpodcastEpisode Link: https://tilln.com/burnhamWant to Support TILLN: https://linktr.ee/tillnpodcastText TILLN to 66866 to become a patron and gain access to ad-free episodes, the exclusive discord, and earn discounts on TILLN Merch.Advertise with us: https://bit.ly/3FdZirY
Scary bear stories! Getting a camping start through Scouts. Unintentional You Tube stardom. A knack for dehydrating meals, writing recipes & publishing a book.Support the showCONNECT WITH US AT SUPER GOOD CAMPING:EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.orgWEBSITE: www.supergoodcamping.comYOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqFDJbFJyJ5Y-NHhFseENsQINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/super_good_camping/TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SuperGoodCampinFACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SuperGoodCamping/ Support the show
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The Imperium's Titans are mechanical, humanoid-shaped war-machines; some Titan classes reaching up to a hundred feet in height. Their presence inspires nothing but terror - few enemies can stand against them - and only another Titan can equal their power. It is thought that the first Titans were developed on Mars during the Age of Strife in order to combat the Cy-Carnivora.A human pilot, linked directly to the machine via a Throne Mechanicum, controls the movement of a Titan merely through thought. Titans are powered by plasma generators, as nothing else can provide the vast amount of energy required. Energy fields known as void shields are the Imperial Titan's first line of defense. The shields can absorb incoming damage until becoming overloaded. A Titan's limbs move using electrically-motivated fibre bundles which act as synthetic muscles.Support the show
In this episode, Zac Attack is back! Moblit returns to Ragako Village. He notices a shocking resemblance. Reiner and Bertholdt try to evade the Scouts pursuit. Ymir follows willingly, however, she needs somebody in return. Eren on the other hand, does not follow willingly. Top 10 most trustworthy anime characters list! "I NEED TO SEE HER! YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND. THE WAY THINGS ARE GOING, I NEVER WILL..." Check out our Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/attackthetalk?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=5b84c041-2b7b-48e6-b7c8-4363b8c44028 Edited by NatePlaysBad Go support: Watch https://twitch.tv/nateplaysbad on Twitch!
Andy Staples and Dane Brugler welcome The Athletic's Bruce Feldman to the show to talk about the players who have caught his attention ahead of the 2023 NFL Draft. They discuss Tyree Wilson, Michigan's draft prospects and several running backs who could land in the top 100. They also dive into the quarterbacks and where the 2024 class with Drake Maye and Caleb Williams compares to this year's group of C.J. Stroud, Bryce Young and Will Levis. Follow Andy on Twitter: @Andy_Staples Follow Dane on Twitter: @dpbrugler Follow Bruce on Twitter: @BruceFeldmanCFB Subscribe to The Athletic Football Show... Apple Spotify YouTube 1:16 Tyree Wilson 8:56 Michigan draft prospects (Mazi Smith, Olusegun Oluwatimi, Eyabi Okie, Blake Corum) 30:54 RBs to watch (Jahmyr Gibbs, Zach Evans, Zach Charbonnet, Eric Gray, Izzy Abanikanda, Sean Tucker, Chase Brown 39:47 Prospects Dane hated leaving off his midseason top 50 (Josh Downs) 47:17 2024 QB Class (Drake Maye & Caleb Williams) 56:13 2023 QB Class (C.J. Stroud, Bryce Young, Will Levis) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The return of college basketball is finally here. NBA scouts and agents have had access to Pro Days, closed scrimmages and friendly matchups across the country. That means they've had an early look at a freshman class that should produce 20 or more one-and-done prospects for the June 22 NBA Draft. To provide you with a guide of what to watch for when the college basketball season starts, Rafael Barlowe talked to a number of scouts and an agent about a variety of significant topics in evaluating this group of freshmen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase and Scout are BACK and better(?) than ever!Listen to Chase on Video Game Podtimism! - https://podtimism.comCheck out Scouts art! - https://ko-fi.com/humblegoatFollow them on Twitter! - https://twitter.com/humblegoathttps://twitter.com/ChaseAllhart//Thanks to _amaranthine for our theme music! Listen to his other stuff on bandcamp! - https://amaranthine.bandcamp.com/Follow him on Twitter! - https://twitter.com/_amrnthne
i went to a one year old dog’s birthday party yesterday and it was a great party. and then we had a halloween party at my house and that was also a great party. i typically suck at parties, but i did pretty well yesterday.DOWNLOAD/STREAM RECORDING00:00 (intro by omar)00:20 Aster More “Blame” Dog-Eared04:37 TAWINGS “UTM” Invisible/UTM07:42 Special Interest “Disco” Spiraling09:11 Crooked Spine “Burning” End of Days11:07 Yeesh “The Crossing” Saw You Up There13:49 Frog “Black Friday” Count Bateman17:25 Hot Missoury “Salvage” For Lampe20:50 Honey Joy “Arrive Lost” Split - Honey Joy & Bat Boy22:35 Bat Boy “Rob” Split - Honey Joy & Bat Boy24:38 Marika Hackman “conventional ride” Any Human Friend28:49 BODEGA “Bookmarks” Endless Scroll31:16 Deathlist “Life like” Loved33:46 Alimony “don’t give me much” release35:52 Parsnip “Lift Off!” When The Tree Bears Fruit38:41 Dazey and the Scouts “Wet” Maggot41:32 Infinity Crush “haze” Virtual Heaven43:26 Sex Sux “Safe Pain” Safe Pain46:21 Kate Teague “Gilly” Kate Teague49:34 Tormi “Body Language” Tormi52:15 Primitive Teeth “Hands And Eyes” S/T EP55:40 Palm Friends “Trouble” Nice Weather58:22 Field Mouse “Heart of Gold” Meaning61:36 Comfort “You’re Shaking” Not Passing64:32 No Age “Separation” Separation67:22 Chris-A-Riffic “I just ran out of friends” TREATS70:27 erik phillips “Forest of Illusion (4-track)” goodbye73:24 Peaer “Circle” A Healthy Earth75:35 VNLVX “Get Out” VNLVST77:48 my life as a kinetic sculpture “bottle episode” golden retriever79:25 Will Henriksen “Boyfriend” Nothing Left Behind82:18 Emma Ruth Rundle “Darkhorse” On Dark Horses
Matt Waldman's RSP examines the pending deal between the Giants and Chiefs involving mercurial wide receiver Kadarius Toney. The Kadarius Toney Trade Is A Potential Win-Win-Win Note: You can also listen to these and additional thoughts by opting for the podcast at the bottom of the page. I think the Kadarius Toney deal is a good trade. Giants' Head Coach Brian Daboll inherited immature players at the wide receiver position in Toney and Kenny Golladay. Immaturity is seen as a negative and it can be. But in this case, it's more about youth, lack of perspective, and/or these players being unintentionally enabled to think they are better than they are. Fred Taylor was a dynamic and immature talent early in his career. I actually used much of the behind-the-scenes details an NFL personnel employee shared with me about Taylor to formulate this RSP Writer's Project exercise nearly a decade ago. Taylor grew out of his behavior and became a locker-room stalwart. I have to believe that when Daboll took the Giants' gig, he saw Toney as the most salvageable. Golladay earned a second deal off the backs of Golden Tate and Marvin Jones. These veterans created optimal matchups for Golladay and he earned targets from a tough, big-armed passer in Matthew Stafford. Obviously, Golladay has NFL skills to produce at a high level, but he needs more surrounding talent to achieve that productivity than a true primary receiver. Unfortunately, the Giants expected Golladay to be a primary option and it was an unrealistic expectation. Gabriel Davis' touters among NFL organizations and fantasy players in dynasty formats should take heed. (Also see Alvin Harper and Peerless Price for additional historical context). Toney is an immense talent who can beat anyone one-on-one. Combined with his ball tracking and open-field skills, he has many of the traits to become a primary receiver. Behavior and habits in and out of the facility were the forms of maturity questions for Toney. Where Toney Has to Improve to Realize This Trade's Potential The inherent issue with Toney's game that concerned me since Florida was how out of control his footwork can be. He uses a lot of wide-radius cuts that lead to slipping and awkward planting with routes and ball carrying. I was worried injuries would be a potential recurring issue because most receivers make the required dynamic moves within routes in an efficient manner that's trained. He can do things that work and, when they do, work at a high level. The downside is the sustainability of his movement style. Toney's moves are so dynamic but out of control, there's a logical underpinning to his availability being an issue. The moves that make him productive may require too much from his body to sustain. In other words, he may not be effective unless “healthier” than what the average threshold for healthy is for most. That is another factor with scouting that isn't underscored enough: Does the player have to be healthy at a higher threshold than what coaches normally expect from a player in order to produce? This is different than lacking toughness. Movement styles can be tough to unlearn and deficiencies may make the player an all-or-nothing option because they need to be 100 percent to execute these physically-demanding movements. Scouts and organizations have to be cognizant of this possibility when scouting talent. Combine these two factors of injury and maturity and it presents head coaches with a choice. In almost every situation of this type, a veteran head coach prefers reliability to mercurial behavior -- even when it is high-upside talent. Daboll knew he faced these challenges with Toney this heading into the summer and set a clear boundary that sends a message to the players and sets the culture. Daboll likely set the tone this summer about an open competition to see if he could get both Golladay and Toney to mature in the ways they needed to. For Golladay,
00:00 Ravens at Bucs TNF preview 23:41 Westbrook doubtful to play tonight against Denver with hamstring soreness 52:51 Charles Barkley says age is catching up to Draymond and Klay after 134-105 loss 1:05:13 Cowboys acquire Raiders DT Johnathan Hankins for 2023 6th-round pick 1:17:37 LeBron tweets "Jordan Poole so COLD!!!" during last night's game 1:28:29 Are the New Orleans Pelicans legitimate contenders in the Western Conference? 1:38:20 Scouts reportedly think Matt Ryan's arm is "shot" at age 37 1:47:29 Are the Cowboys not being aggressive enough with Dak back in the lineup? 1:53:39 LeBron and Lakers seek first win of the season in Denver tonight Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kiddo has joined the illustrious Magenta Scouts! But he's nervous about his first meeting – what if he has a hard time making friends? Mimi has the perfect story to put his mind at ease, and a good snack doesn't hurt either. ‘Gam zu l'tovah. Even this is for the good.'– Nachum Ish Gamzu, Talmud Masechet Taanit, 21a