A new segment called "Is Reuvers crazy??" funny listener mail, and the 5-8 club is 95 years old?? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bad parenting observation, Mike isn't worried about China, and Billionaire Bourbon Bacon!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Chad Holloway, Connor Richards, and Matt Hansen share what they did for Thanksgiving, discuss the Brazilian poker player who was suspended for adding chips at BSOP Millions, and give their thoughts on the Formula 1 Grand Prix and their experiences with PokerStars and Oracle Red Bull Racing. They then dive into Josh Reichard and Stephen Song winning rings at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Grand Victoria stop, Ian Auvil emerging victorious in the Bar Poker Open World Championship and Doug Polk & Company's $100,000 promotion at The Lodge in Texas. Plus, the crew share which poker pros and celebrities are slated to attend the upcoming WSOP Paradise in the Bahamas Dec. 3-14. Finally, while down at the World Poker Tour (WPT) Rock ‘N' Roll Poker Open, Matt chatted with guest Frederic Normand, who was fresh off winning the WPT bestbet Scramble for $350k. Hear what the Canadian player had to say about his victory and plans for the future. Time Stamps *Time | Topic* 00:23 | Welcome to the show 00:31 | Happy Thanksgiving! 02:31 | Side event winners from the WPT Rock ‘N' Roll Poker Open 04:16 | Sponsor: Global Poker 05:10 | Brazilian poker player suspended for adding chips at BSOP Millions 09:39 | Should cheaters be stripped of titles? 18:20 | Sponsor: partypoker 19:19 | Guest Frederic Normand joins the show 21:00 | What are your upcoming poker plans? 21:40 | How did you get into poker? 23:19 | What led to the upturn in success? 26:17 | What do you do outside of poker? 27:22 | Josh Reichard & Stephen Song win rings at WSOPC Grand Victoria 30:23 | Ian Auvil wins Bar Poker Open World Championship 32:35 | What is “Between the Sheets”? 36:06 | Sponsor: 888poker 37:03 | The Lodge's $100,000 promotion the “biggest in Texas poker history” 39:30 | Celebs and poker pros set to attend WSOP Paradise in the Bahamas Dec. 3-14
Starship's Second Flight Test and China's Reaction Happy Thanksgiving! SpaceX just attempted a second flight test of its 28-stories-tall Starship space launch system. If Starship, an American-made rocket and spaceship, becomes operational, experts believe it will open up the space domain to travel and commerce, much like the railroad did for the American West. China is not standing idly by. Laura Winter speaks with the authors of the book “Scramble for the Skies: The Great Power Competition to Control the Resources of Outer Space”, Namrata Goswami and Peter Garretson.
Elon's latest lawsuit, a great Thanksgiving recipe, and we play another edition of What would you do? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this Two-Man Scramble podcast, Kane Daignault joins Fairways & Dreams to talk about his time as a teacher, coach, and now a social media influencer. Take a listen as Kane talks about all that, and much more, on the latest podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a landmark high court ruling, the Labor government has rushed through emergency legislation to impose strict conditions on people released from indefinite immigration detention. Chief political correspondent Paul Karp speaks with Jane Lee about what led to the dramatic events in parliament last week and what could happen from here
Jake takes center stage, Drew masterminds, Bruce gives up on one challenge only to dominate the next, Dee maintains strength, Jacob's winner pick and absolute favorite gets blindsided, and a Survivor classic is back as an auction is held! It's the Survivor 45 Episode 8 recap with Tony and Jacob, topics include:Intro and Reminders (00:00)Jake Takes Center Stage, Scavenge for Money (06:48)Survivor Auction (16:24)Immunity Challenge (34:09)Scramble and Strategy (40:47)Tribal Council (50:40)Awards Best Quote, Moment, Gameplay, MVP (01:02:08)Power Rankings and How Can We Get Kellie Back (01:14:28)#Survivor #Survivor45 #RealityTV #RealityTVPodcast #TheChallengeHistorian #SurvivorHistorian #SurvivorPodcast
On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Chad Holloway, Connor Richards, and Matt Hansen come at you from Las Vegas at the start of the Formula 1 Grand Prix. PokerStars and Oracle Red Bull Racing have been hosting some cool events, though the actual racing got off to a rough start. Hear about Chad's private jet adventure, HCL Wesley's $400K/night F1 suite, and how you can win an exclusive PokerStars Oracle Red Bull Racing Las Vegas Wheel Cover. Plus, the Global Poker Grand Prix Turbo Series Las Vegas Edition is underway. The crew also recap both the PokerStars NAPT – including a winner interview w/ Sami Bechahed – and the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Europe – hear from champ Max Neugebauer. Other stories covered are West Virginia becoming the fifth to join the Multi-State Online Poker Compact, Canadian Frederic Normand winning the WPT bestbet Scramble for $350k, Jason Koon and four others confirmed for $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop, and thoughts on GGPoker's Poker After Dark ‘Game of Gold.' Time Stamps *Time | Topic* 00:23 | Welcome to the show 00:40 | Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix off to a rough start 02:22 | Chad's private jet adventure 03:34 | Connor & Matt in the F1 Grand Stand 06:30 | Checking out HCL Wesley's $400K/night F1 suite 08:30 | Poker activities during F1 10:11 | PokerNews Giving Out Exclusive PokerStars Oracle Red Bull Racing LV Wheel Cover 11:43 | Sponsor: Global Poker 13:12 | NAPT a big success + side event winners 16:58 | Sami Bechahed wins NAPT Main Event 18:11 | Winner interview w/ Sami Bechahed 23:09 | West Virginia Becomes 5th State joins Multi-State Online Poker Compact 26:16 | Winners from WSOP Europe 27:51 | Winner interview w/ WSOPE champ Max Neugebauer 31:50 | Canadian Frederic Normand Wins WPT bestbet Scramble for $350k 33:00 | Jason Koon + 4 others confirmed for $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop 34:35 | Thoughts on GGPoker's Poker After Dark ‘Game of Gold' 37:13 | Favorite moments thus far – Kyna England, Robin Poker & More
Thousands of newly arrived migrants are sleeping in tents or shelters in Chicago. But with winter approaching, some residents are offering space in their homes. Curious City takes a look at the small scale housing alternatives migrants are taking.
A surgeon inside the Al Shifa describes Israel's troops entering Gaza's largest hospital after a gun battle at the gates. Iran's ‘Axis of Resistance' against Israel faces a trial by fire. Elon Musk's SpaceX prepares to relaunch Starship. Plus, the UK's Supreme Court deals a blow to the government's asylum program and Goldman Sachs' bonuses for star performers. Listen Now: What to expect from the Biden-Xi meeting Listen Now: SpaceX employees say they're paying the price for Musk's push to colonize Mars Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising.
Kenny Pickett is athletic, why doesn't he take off, scramble, and run more often? Dorin saw it in college and it's typically gone well. There is too much analysis into Pickett. Crowley believes he's thinking too much.
Hour 2: Sports Director Jeff Hathhorn joined the show. Is a win a win? Pickett has mostly been what the Steelers have asked of him. The Steelers currently have a 70% chance to make the playoffs. Jeff thinks the Steelers have a chance to win a playoff game, depending on the matchup. Is the Steelers improved running game a factor of Canada on the sideline or the offensive line? Jeff thinks it can be all the above. The running game has been good. Kenny Pickett is athletic, why doesn't he take off, scramble, and run more often? Dorin saw it in college and it's typically gone well. There is too much analysis into Pickett. Crowley believes he's thinking too much. Crowley would sign up to face the Bills in the playoffs. He still worries about the Miami Dolphins, but Austin doesn't think they've played anyone. Dorin thinks Elf is overrated. Christmas movies. Crowley is going back to the gym.
The ladies discuss the Strike Being Over, Catching Cheating Boyfriends, Virginity Update, Taking A Trip With Their Favorite Fans, and MORE! JOIN OUR PATEON TO WATCH ALL OF OUR EPISODES AND MORE! PATREON.COM/TALKSCARYTOME Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When it comes to stressful golf situations, there might not be anything as stressful as qualifying (Q) school. No one would know about that stress more than someone going through it. We introduce the Two-Man Scramble podcast on Fairways & Dreams, where Jeff Hartman has a guest on the show to discuss all things golf. On this episode he welcomes Ken Keller who is currently preparing for the second stage of Q School. Ken shares crazy stories about his golfing past, the mental approach to the game, as well as what it was like getting through the first phase of qualifying for his tour card. This podcast is a part of the Fans First Sports Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Crain's health care reporter Katherine Davis talks with host Amy Guth about Walgreens' second round of corporate staff reductions in recent months, as well as a new role at the CDC for former Chicago health chief Dr. Allison Arwady. Plus: Mayor Johnson picks Arwady's replacement in the city's Public Health Department, Chicago's tallest apartment building goes up for sale, the clan that owns Napleton Automotive Group buys one of the most recognizable office properties in the suburbs and Chicago's top accounting firms see an average 7% uptick in headcount.
The boys discussed John Millman's career, maximising your sporting talents, why Glenn Maxwell hasn't played more test cricket, who should present the first-round draft pick jumpers, terrible umpire decisions and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Deep State Disconnect is on full display during a left wing TV panel discussion. Americans AREN'T better off under this administration? GET. OUT. The too-little-too-late admission sets up our bottom of the hour segment entitled "When Unhinged And Triggered Meet." WHOA. Listen to the raging voices of The Squad as they try - and fail - to stop the censure of Rashida Tlaib. Podcast Production: Bob Slone Audio Productions
In this episode, we delve into the world of cobalt, a critical material in the production of rechargeable batteries, especially Lithium-ion batteries that power our everyday devices such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, and electric vehicles. We explore the supply chain, mining, investment, and the future of cobalt. Discover the challenges of exploitation in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the increasing demand driven by environmental focus. This episode was originally aired on May 9, 2023. Follow us on IG: itsacontinentpod and Twitter: itsacontinent. It's a Continent (published by Coronet) is available to purchase: itsacontinent.com/book We're on Buy me a Coffee too: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/itsacontinent Visit our website: itsacontinent.com Artwork by Margo Designs: https://margosdesigns.myportfolio.com Music provided by Free Vibes: https://goo.gl/NkGhTg Warm Nights by Lakey Inspired: https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired/... Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Further Reading Cobalt Red: How the Blood of the Congo Powers Our Lives by Siddharth Kara Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We've got ourselves a merge! Well, almost. Plus: Bruce finds an idol, Kendra gets excited, reunions take place, information is shared, half the group is left in limbo, and the most popular kid on the beach makes history at Tribal Council! It's the Survivor 45 Episode 6 recap with Tony and Jacob, topics include:Intro and Reminders (00:15)Bruce Finds an Idol, Merge First Impressions (04:25)In Limbo Immunity Challenge (21:07)Sanctuary and Scramble (32:54)Tribal Council Makes History (54:36)Awards Best Quote, Moment, Gameplay, MVP (01:09:46)Power Rankings, Wishes, Predictions (01:24:36)-- -- -- -- --Be sure to follow and subscribe to not miss an episode!Follow Challenge Historian on Instagram.Watch and subscribe on YouTube.Follow Tony on Instagram, and make sure to check out all things Challenge Fandom Podcast!#Survivor #Survivor45 #RealityTV #RealityTVPodcast #TheChallengeHistorian #SurvivorHistorian #SurvivorPodcast
The boys scrambled about Sri Lanka's collapse, Tom's finger injury, running with no shirt, walking on a treadmill, Bill Simmons, Glenn Maxwell's injury, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Temperatures are dropping in the Chicago area and there are thousands of asylum seekers and unhoused without adequate shelter. The Johnson Administration recently announced sending warming buses to locations around the city, but what else is needed? Reset checks in with leaders and volunteers working directly to provide services to new arrivals and the existing homeless population in Chicago to talk about the current situation, how we should be talking about the needs of these two groups and future solutions. If you want to listen to previous conversations about this crisis in Chicago, check out wbez.org/reset.
Mike is back and he has gifts, listener mail, and are kids these days really this stupid?? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A devastating blast at a hospital in Gaza on Tuesday killed hundreds and ignited protests across the broader Middle East, deepening the crisis in the region.As President Biden visits Israel looking to ease tensions and avoid a broader conflict, Edward Wong, a diplomatic correspondent for The Times, discusses the narrow path the American leader must navigate.Guest: Edward Wong, a diplomatic correspondent for The New York Times.Background reading: Palestinians and Israelis blamed each other for the explosion at the hospital, where people had sought shelter from Israeli bombing.The U.S. response to the Israel-Hamas war has drawn fury in the Middle East.For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.
Part 2 of our interview with Middle East scholar Shibley Telhami, about how Israel's war on Palestinians after the Hamas attack could impact U.S. efforts to normalize relations with Saudi Arabia, and more.