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KVMR News
Molly Fisk - Gesundheit

KVMR News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 4:11


Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.

Hops and Box Office Flops
True Romance – It's White Boy Day

Hops and Box Office Flops

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 89:43


Written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by Tony Scott, True Romance is everything we love about the lawless ass 90s. It's unapologetically profane and violent, more than a bit dated, but also utterly rewatchable. This is due in large part to its incredible cast. From Gary Oldman as Rastafarian pimp Drexl, to a pre-Sopranos James Gandolfini as mafia heavy Virgil, to Brad Pitt as stoner Floyd, this movie is overflowing with stars in the making. And those three are barely even in it. That's how incredible this cast is. Christian Slater, who stars as Clarence Worley, and Patricia Arquette, who plays his love interest Alabama, are surrounded by top-tier performances. From the opening, you could probably also guess that True Romance is exceptionally written and confidently directed. Thus, despite some of its more cringeworthy (i.e. offensive) sensibilities, this is a stroll down 90s memory lane worth taking. Shockingly, though, even with strong reviews, True Romance flopped. It grossed just over $13 million on a budget of $12.5 million. Imaginary Elvis (Val Kilmer) does not approve. Now, sit back, casually sip a Narwhal Imperial Stout from Sierra Nevada, and enjoy the Sonny Chiba marathon! I, the Thunderous Wizard (@WriterTLK), Chumpzilla, and Capt. Cash are auditioning for the TJ Hooker revival. Wish us luck! This Week's Segments: Introduction/Plot Breakdown – Not since Bonnie and Clyde have two people been so good at being bad! (00:00) Lingering Questions – After a word from our brothers in beer at Hop Nation USA, we discuss our favorite performances and scenes from True Romance. (33:51) The "White Boy Day" Trivia Challenge – The Double Turn Podcast tags in, and then Chumpzilla challenges the field to trivia about the movie. (1:06:57) Recommendations – We offer our picks for the week and next up: We continue "Hops and Heartthrob Flops" with Scott Bakula's 90s masterpiece Necessary Roughness! (1:18:48) And, as always, hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to check out all the interesting factoids—how True Romance evolved and more—from this week's episode! You can find this episode of Hops and Box Office Flops on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, Acast, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Vurbl, Amazon Music, and more!

The Clean Energy Show
Highway to Climate Hell; Autonomous Driving Delayed

The Clean Energy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 52:46


As COP 27 kicks off in Egypt, The UN chief says we're not doing enough to prevent a climate catastrophe. On the bright side, France is mandating all parking lots have solar panels over them resulting in the power of 10 nuclear reactors. An analyst says Tesla may never achieve full self-driving. South Dakota produced more energy from wind than any other source. Why a switch in power in the United States Congress won't kill Biden's Inflation Reduction / Climate act. Brian's PTC cabin heater in his Tesla Model 3 had to be replaced and that meant driving in a parka for two and a half hours to the closes service center. Clip from the Energy Vs Climate podcast with guest Katherine Hamilton. Netflix has a documentary on Nissan head and current criminal Carlos Ghosn called 'Fugitive: The Curious Case of Carlos Ghosn." He was accused of stealing millions from Nissan and escaping in a storage chest on a plane. The eight billionth human being is about to be born. We disguss the Energi Media YouTube channel where Markham Hislop talked to an analyst from Guidehouse Insights about what's taking level 4 autonomy so long. Porsche has made 100,000 EVs. Tesla (TSLA) is now earning eight times more per car than Toyota, and they are starting to notice back in Japan. Pakistan's utility knows going green means consumers pay less for their electricity bill. Electrek editor Fred Lambert on Elon Musk's feedback loop of constant praise. The "hydrogen-is-not-all-that" podcast suggested by one of our listeners can be found here. Thanks for listening to our show! Consider rating The Clean Energy Show on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you listen to our show. Follow us on TikTok! @cleanenergypod Check out our YouTube Channel! @CleanEnergyShow Follow us on Twitter! @CleanEnergyPod Your hosts: James Whittingham https://twitter.com/jewhittingham Brian Stockton: https://twitter.com/brianstockton Email us at cleanenergyshow@gmail.com Leave us an online voicemail at http://speakpipe.com/cleanenergyshow Tell your friends about us on social media! What should we do for Patreon perks coming in 2023? Let us know your ideas! Transcript  Hello and welcome to Episode 138 of the Clean Energy Show. I'm Brian Stockton. I'm James Whittingham. This week, several companies are throwing to the towel and full selfdriving, but please keep your hands on the wheel and your attention on the road as you listen to this podcast. The state of South Dakota and now produces more electricity from wind than any other source. Must be the hot air coming from Mount Rushmore, am I right? No. UN Chief Antonio Gutierrez says we are on the highway to Climate Hill with our foot still on the accelerator. Again, please keep your hands on the wheel and your attention on the road as you listen to this podcast. In France, the government has ordered that all parking lots must be covered by solar panels, all because President Emmanuel Macron can't get the top back up on his convertible Renault. All that and so much more on this edition of the Clean Energy Show. And also this week, Brian, why a switch in power in the United States Congress, which is voting as we speak, as we record this won't kill Biden's inflation reduction act, but a change in government in Canada actually would be problem for us north of the border because well, I'll get to that later. And we also have a bit of an update live from Cop 27, sort of. And what's new with you? How was your trip to Saskatoon? Because last week you're heading north two and a half hours in the snowy Canadian winter to get your Tesla fixes. That's the closest Tesla service center to you. Yeah, that's right. So the heater has not been working right and didn't seem to be working quite right last winter, but kind of not enough to generate an error message. But now I had an error message, so they seemed to know what to do to fix it. So drove up Saskatoon, where the closest service center is, and yes, they replaced the whole heater. That's what they did. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. It's under warranty. Everything's fine, isn't it? Everything's fine. When does the warranty end? Let me ask you, because it has, as we pointed out a couple of weeks ago, two and a half years, a quarter decade, getting close to the point where this is going to start killing you in the wallet. I don't recall when it ends, but I think it might say specs of warrant. It says in the app somewhere. Yes, here in the app. The Tesla app, basic vehicle, limited warranty, expires in March 2024 or 80,000, battery 2028 or 160 and the drive unit 2028 or 160,000 km as well. So, yeah, a couple more years to go on the basic warranty. Okay, I see. This could be a different discussion in the future. OK, what was it? Was it the PTC heater, the resistive heater? Yeah. Or you don't have a heat pump, so that's what it was. No heat pump. So the resistive heater. Yeah, for some reason they were sure about that. They were pretty sure by the time I got there. Because they have all the data from the car, like everything, the car is digitized and they can see all the data from my car. So as I dropped it off, they said, yeah, it's probably the whole heater needs to be replaced. And they were prepared to do that. And at the same time, too, there's been a recall for the trunk lid harness or something. I think it's to do with the cables, the wire harness to the camera in the back. So they did that at the same time. And it took about like 4 hours for them to do it. Wasn't too bad. Is that right? You had an appointment at 08:00 a.m. And they went right at it and started working on it. Yes. Call me around 1130. And they had the part, which is good again, I assume because they had all the data, they could order the parts ahead of time that they would need. That's nice. Yeah. And they gave me a loaner car, which I drove around Saskatchewan for a while. And yes, I got back before there was another blizzard. What was that? A couple of days later, our second blizzard of the year. Which is not technically a blizzard environment. Canada doesn't call it a blizzard. Do not call it a blizzard. But boy, was it a blizzard. It was crazy. Another nasty, nasty one. And I think we were the epicenter this time. Last time it was Moose Jaw. Yes, really nasty. Tons of snow. Yes. Crazy out there. How was your trip back? Was it okay? And the heater was all hot. How was it there, though? It was below zero, so I put on my parka. So you didn't have heat? There was a little bit of heat, not enough. And the heated seat was still working, but with the parka on, it was fine. Here's what I'm thinking, and that is the newer cars have a heat pump. Yeah, that's right. Newer cars have a heat pump instead of a resistive heater. So they don't have both then? I don't think so, no. You'd think that they might need one as a backup. But maybe the car generates enough heat that it holds. It's taking heat from the motor, it's taking heat from the from the batteries or something. There's a loop of different things that heat up here. But we do know there has been problems with some of the heat pumps as well in extreme cold. Is it in the heat pump itself or something related to the heat pump? Anyway, that's interesting because you didn't get a price on what that would be. Didn't show the invoice of what that repair would cost. No, they didn't. Just said zero. I'd be interested. I guess you could look it up online. What somebody else did we'll talk more about this sort of thing in future months. So anything else? You went up? You managed, your feet didn't get cold? Yes. No. It was a little bit chilly, but it wasn't too bad. Was it the most unpleasant trip you've had because you work cold? Yeah, I guess so. Yeah. I've got a really warm parka, so it felt almost normal. With that on, the heat can radiate up from the heated seat and fill the market. There you go. And then the other thing that's going on with me is they started shooting a TV show across the street from me here in the neighborhood. Really? You know, that's happened before, hasn't it? What is it about across the street? Because there used to be somebody of relevant who lived there who was connected to the film industry. Yes. They're gone. Not anymore. And it's their house that's being rented for this shoot. That's a weird coincidence, though. Yeah. And our good friend Jay is working on the shoot, so I've run into him out there on the street. Wow. I bet he doesn't know we're talking about him. No, probably not. I assume he doesn't listen to the podcast. No, he wouldn't. He's an old man. I don't think he knows what a podcast oh, he's an angry old man, Brian. Angry, angry old man who is actually six months younger than me. So he's working in winter and there's a TV show shooting across the street from you. I think Jay would prefer to be shooting in a sound stage where there's a lot more room for everybody and it's a lot more comfortable because, of course, it's a blizzard, remember? Why couldn't it be a James Cameron green screen affair? That's what you want to work on. But yeah, no, there's a lot of traffic on the street, lots of cars parked on our streets. But it's fine. Back in the day when I was a kid, I did a couple shows outside. It's horrible. Even in the fall when it's warmer than this, to spend 14 hours outside is just not good. I mean, they're shooting really inside the house, but there's so many crew people that they got to have to spill out into the cars and into the yard and everything. Is there somebody blocking traffic? No, no one closing off the traffic so far. Okay, that'd be annoying. You're coming home, you got to pee. Some little film student has a stop sign and says, no, you can't. So it's really weird. Happened to be on Sunday. I was biting my own business watching TV. We were snowed in. It was a blizzard, as you say, right. I couldn't do anything. So my son's home from college, and he took a shower. And I got to thinking, what is that cable cam on football games called? What is the brand name for that? Because I started thinking about that, and so I googled it, and it's called a Sky Cam. And then that took me to the Wikipedia page of the sky camp. And then I found out that the Sky Cam company was bought by this company, then bought by that company, and then it was bought by the person my son hates most of the world, which is Stan Crockey, the owner of the Arsenal Football Club in the Denver Broncos, and a bunch of other things. He's a bad man, according to people who support the team. And then I was gravitated towards a section that said incidents, because of course, that's sexy. I'm going to go there. There were three incidents, Brian. One in, like, 1981, when they first invented, and by the way, it was invented by the same person who invented the steadicam. Yeah. So that person, I'm assuming, is rich now. Yeah. So this is a camera that's on a giant cable that runs across the stage, two cables. So it's a couple of cables so it can fly over the players during a football game with a camera, I believe it's like a big X of cable, so it can go in three dimensions, back and forth. And just above the helms of it, you see them, you may not notice them. I don't think anybody who's paying attention notices them. Anyway, there was one incident at a small college football game back in the 80s when it was first came out. There was an incident in like, 25 years ago, and the third incident was an hour before I read it. An hour before I read it. It was a game that we didn't have. Here was the New York Jets game, and apparently the game was delayed by an hour because the Sky Cam fell from the I just thought that was weird. You're reading three incidents in history and going, this was an hour ago. The third one was an hour ago. And somebody had updated the Wikipedia. And of course they did, Brian, because Wikipedia, it's all about updating quickly. When we die, our family won't know before Wikipedia knows. Like, it will be updated instantly. Well, you know, there's no entry about me on Wikipedia, so if anyone out there well, there will be by then to write one. Me, too. I keep begging people to write one for years. I keep writing it myself, and they rejected, even though I have many awards if you're not allowed to accolades. And yeah, last night my partner had a grocery store order far away, and we went to the east end of town to pick up groceries because she ordered it in advance before the blizzard without checking the weather. It was a herring affair. And we decided to use her coupons for Carl's Jr. Which she never go to, but we thought that would be exotic someplace. We have a bit, let's go there and try this coupon out. And we got there and ordered it all went smoothly. And we got to the drive through window and there was this car load of teenagers in front of us who had been stuck there for an hour. And no one at the drivethrough told us anything. But the car in front of us was stuck right at the window for an hour. So we had the card that my partner uses and many, many years ago we went to the grocery store chain Superstore and they had clearance, these pieces of rectangular plastic that are grippy that you put under your wheel. They're like a little tread of plastic that's really pointy. Yeah. So it's something you keep in the trunk and if you get stuck in the snow, you put them under your wheels. Never used them. Cost about $0.50, like they were discounted from like twelve bucks to fifty cents. Never used them. But she had them in the car, put one under the front wheel, cut them out of there in a second. Wow. And they threw $20 at me, which I refused, of course, but they were so thankful to get out, they ever would. And of course it's embarrassing because you're blocking a fat guy from getting his burger behind you and that's no good. So, yeah, we got them out instantly, which was funny as hell. Good deed of the week. Sure. Now let's get on to some discussions with past stories because I wanted to talk about the Energy Vis Climate podcast. Okay? This is my name's. Sake ed. Woodynham calls himself I call myself Whittingham. He calls himself Woodynham. He's from Alberta. It's 90% chance for cousins. Okay, I haven't worked it out yet, but two people, there's like six Whittingham in Canada and apparently two of them fell into clean energy somehow. But whose podcast is more popular, that's what I want to know. Well, he's a big deal. He's been in the news for working for governments as a consultant. So he would have a lot of like this is not the same kind of podcast that people necessarily listen to because it's in the weeds, it's in policy. There's a lot of policy for people who work in the industry. That's a huge news. Well, I do listen to it. And they had Kathryn Hamilton on, who used to host the Clean Energy or the Energy Gang podcast. Now she's gone off to other things and I think she worked for the US government for a while. She's from the States, of course, and she's a clean energy expert and got decades of clean tech and policy in DC. And she was talking about the US midterms. And I was worried, I've said before on the show that I'm worried about what's going to happen because it's probably going to change. Power is going to change in one way or another in Washington, whether it's now or later, it always changes. How safe is the clean? The big biden thing is not going to be reversed because they're evil, they reverse things. They don't believe climate change at all. They're a hoax. So I just thought she had a really interesting answer that I'll play for you now. So I don't think that shift will have a direct impact yet on the climate goals. It will certainly prevent anything additional from happening. And the US. Congress holds the purse strings for the federal government. So just on appropriating funds to keep the government going, that will have an impact. But the pieces that are in IRA are pretty strong. I mean, they are tax credit, unless they were to completely rewrite the tax code. And I'll give you a little secret. When you give somebody something, don't ever try to take it away. So you're going to have all of these people taking advantage of credits. And in fact, manufacturers are already moving into states that are heavily Republican states and the last thing they want is those tax credits to go away. In fact, during the Trump administration, they never put on the table rolling back solar and wind tax credits. They just didn't because they knew that was a losing proposition for them. Yeah, I didn't realize that even during Trump they didn't roll back very much, did they, as far as climate goes, because business people were investing and that's the thing. Now in Canada, it's a different story. What they call it, and they refer to it as a runway. In the states, solar and wind have a ten year runway that it's guaranteed that if you invest, you can keep investing and it will still work out. You're not wasting your investment. You need to give assurances and security to people to make these investments because that's what the clean energy transition is. It's largely investing, but in Canada we don't have that. So our government is a minority parliamentarian. Government that may switch to 2025 will probably I mean, the government don't last forever around here either. And that government hardly wants to get rid of carbon taxes and doesn't seem to legitimately believe in climate change either. They're not that far off in the Republicans. But yeah, apparently the Canadian government is working on making that so that it's a guaranteed thing because investors are already threatening. They might be grandstanding, but they're threatening the one is going to the states because that's where the guarantee is, I don't know. And there's even definitely companies worried about doing business in places like Alberta because of the sort of backwards looking energy policy that they have there. If you're a giant business, giant international business, you're going to think twice setting up a business in a place that is denying climate change. And we were talking about Carlos Gon last week, the former chairman of Nissan who oversaw the implementation of the Nissan Leaf, the first mass produced electric car, which I happen to own a ten year old version of that. And there's actually a Netflix documentary that just came out a week ago as we were talking about that. Oh, fantastic. Well, I don't know that it is fantastic. I'm not reviewing it. I'm not endorsing it. It's called fugitive. The Curious Case of Carloscone. And I watched a bit of a lot of talking heads. It's interesting because it's kind of like a heist movie, right? Because he's accused of stealing millions from the car company he led, he was arrested in Japan and smuggled out of the country by two Americans in a storage chest, who, coincidentally, were also just convicted this week. As soon as I brought it up, things started happening. Brian wow. Okay. Well, I think I'll check that out. It was an interesting story just because of that one detail that he had to escape the country in a storage chest. Yeah. Oh. We have some breaking news. The 8th billionth human being is about to be born in the world. We go now to Antonio Gutiris, the head of the United Nations. The 8th billionth member of our human family is born. How will we answer when baby 8 billion is old enough to ask, what did you do for our world and for our planet when you had the chance? After President Trump announced that America would withdraw from the Paris Climate Change Accord, elon Musk immediately announced he would quit presidential business councils. We are in the fight of our lives and we are losing. Greenhouse gas emissions keep growing, global temperatures keep rising, and our planet is fast approaching tipping points that will make climate chaos irreversible. Twitter owner Elon Musk has told his followers on the platform to vote for a Republican congress. Tuesday, Musk tweeted, quote to independentminded voters, shared power curbs the worst excesses of both parties. Global warming, which a lot of people think is a hoax. The Earth will end only when God declares it's time to be over. We are on a highway to Climate Hill with our foot still on the accelerator. This is a clean energy show with Brian Thompson and James Whittingham. Okay, so a quick start here from South Dakota. Now, we often talk about North Dakota here on the show because we're just above North Dakota here. In many ways. In many ways, I love North Dakota. Home of the Fargo Film Festival. Home of the Fargo Theater. Anyway, South Dakota, which is just below North Dakota, it is now getting most of its electricity from wind they previously had. Hydroelectric was the biggest source, but now 52% is coming from wind turbines in the province there. So congratulations to South Dakota. And what I say to that initially is, why not us? Brian why not us? I wonder what led that to happen. Like, what was it? Private investment? Because we have a utility owned, government owned utility here. Was it the private sector that saw cheap electricity that drove the investment in? That what sparked that? Because South Dakota is not in the day and age of accusing everything green as being on one side of the political spectrum and therefore the enemy the other, then I'm surprised that a state like South Dakota was able to do something like that. Yeah, in South Dakota and North Dakota, both tend to be conservative leaning states. It is slightly surprising, but as we know, it's a great idea. So we have very similar wind profile here in our province and a little bit of wind power, but it really needs to be cranked up. You know, it's interesting politically when I was in Fargo with you, that I was asking, because that was just when Trump was becoming a thing and I was trying to get a Trump sign to bring over, was asking around for one. They were all lefty apologizing for their country. But it just goes to show that even in very right wing states, you have pockets of people who are, you know, not everybody is going to be one way or the other. There's always pockets, even in the most extreme leaning states. Yeah, fargo is a college town. They've got, like, I think, three universities in Fargo or Fargo morehead. And of course, people involved in the film festival, I guess, tend to be people in the arts, more left leaning, but as a whole, pretty conservative places. And my son always points out that Wyoming has Casper, which is also a small college town, because we've been through Wyoming a few times and I've been shaken by some of the images I've seen there. And there's lots of bad things to look at and signs and messages. But, yeah, Casper, which is a town we did go to, it was like a Fargo of Wyoming. It was kind of like a cool little college town with a nice Taco Bell, I may add. Nice. And, you know, I wanted to go there for the eclipse. The total eclipse of the sun that was the closest to us was Casper, Wyoming. Oh, interesting. I think we had just done a six week vacation in the mountains with our camper, and I couldn't convince my partner to do it. I regret that ever since, because it would have been a one day trip to see something remarkable. No. And I thought about driving to Calgary or Winnipeg to see Kate Beaton, author of the Duck's graphic novel, which I was plugging on the show. But these blizzards prevented these blizzards are bad. You never know this time of year whether we live in western Canada, where you're going to get bad weather, and certainly any mountain pass, even the Sierra Nevada mountains, are getting killed with a whole whack of snow. I've got a story I wanted to talk about. I guess a few companies, at least a couple in the last week or so, that have dropped plans, like, Ford has announced that it has dropped plans for a level three driver assistance, which would lead them to robotaxis. And they're going to focus on level two just for the consumer rather than as a business. So that's been a big shift. Mercedes is kind of doing the same. They say robotaxis are no longer a goal. We thought that in 2016 or 17, and that's kind of when the neural net sort of became a thing and they thought, well, everything is going to be solved quickly, but now they're backing off of that and they thought they could solve the robotaxi problem quite quickly. And so did certain CEOs who now social media magnets, but committing to both a ride hailing solution and a passenger driven assistant solution was expensive. So they thought they just concentrated on the one that make people because people are demanding it now. They're demanding basically the different versions of autopilot for different cars just to drive itself on the highway. How was your autopilot, by the way, in wintertime? How is it doing on actual highways? Yeah, generally really good. It can kind of sense generally through the snow. Okay, well, self driving taxis that operate all day, every day and all kinds of weather have been a dream for many for decades, including one of the Google people who started their autonomous program, Waymo. Yes. So now he's programming trucks to operate within the confines of industrial sites. Only one of these guys. And he says the foreseeable future, that's as much as the complexity as any driverless vehicle will be able to handle, in his opinion. He says, forget about the profits, the combined revenue of all the robotax the robotruck companies, it's not a lot right now. It's probably more like zero. So our friend of the show, Mark Hislamp, who is one province over from us or two provinces over, but from where we live, he's got a YouTube show called Energy Media, and he also has a podcast from time to time, and he has a guest on from Guidehouse Insights. He's an automotive engineer and EV analyst. His name is Dulce Meade and he's somebody that I go to for EV information and sort of market knowledge like that. And boy, he's got some cold water to throw on the robotaxi thing. I got some clips from him. This is him talking about that it's going to be a while before someone solves this to be at the point where you can really start to scale it up dramatically and get to a level of number of vehicles on the road where you can start to build a really viable business out of it. It's probably closer to eight to ten years, closer towards the end of this decade than where we are today. And again, this is Marks YouTube show energy Media. I'll have a link to it in the show notes, so we can borrow from him without guilt. And also he's talking about how AI sort of plateaued. What I was just talking about, the Neuron net development in early 2010s was something that people thought would move fast but apparently he sees a big plateau happening and slowing down. We had that big advancement in the middle part of the last decade, and that suddenly moved things forward very quickly. But then it plateaued and it's been climbing very slowly ever since it hit that plateau. And so that's why it's hard to predict when we'll get to that stage where these systems are at least consistently as good as or better than humans. Now, there's been a Department of justice investigation into Musk over full selfdriving claims. According to Reuters, prosecutors in Washington, San Francisco are examining whether Tesla misled customers. I hear when you look at sort of on stage discussions from people in this space, they're really bad mouthed Tesla. Now, you could take that with a grain of salt and say it's envy, or I don't believe in their approach, but Tesla is always proving people wrong. Anyway, this is his opinion, his contrary opinion on the Tesla approach, and he doesn't think much of it. There are some fundamental flaws in the Tesla approach relying on cameras only, and particularly because of the way they've configured the cameras, where you don't have any stereoscopic imaging, so you can do parallax imaging to get some accurate distance measurement. Tesla is relying entirely on AI inference to try to measure distance to objects, which is an inherently flawed approach. The system that they have devised is not really capable of robust automated driving, and probably never will be. Between the name and what Elon Musk has consistently said for the last six years, since October of 2016, when they launched autopilot version two. And he started his presentation with starting today, all vehicles rolling out of the Tesla factory have all the hardware they need to get to level five. Autonomy. Which was a lie then and it's a lie today. He's a pinch angry, I think, which is up to the sort of a toad that I hear of these things. But yeah, well, we'll see. But Tesla's future is highly reliant on that's one big aspect of it. It's not just selling cars. Yeah, well, I suspect that they probably wouldn't do the same thing now. So that's back in 2016, and Tesla was not in a profitable position back then, so they started selling full selfdriving, I think partly just as a way to get revenue into the company, a future promise of a future feature. Since then, they've become very profitable and very stable. So if they were starting this program now, I don't think they would be selling this feature for the future at ten, $20,000. But, yeah, I suspect back then they just wanted the cash flow. And another problem that I've seen come up is people like you who have the full self driving beta but aren't using it. So apparently that's a bit of an issue because it's kind of annoying. Right? It turns off and you think, Well, I'll just drive normally for now. Yeah, I've. Got better things to do. Sure. Even as you're retirement. But this has become an issue because they're getting less data and they need more data, which is maybe one of the reasons why they're trying to roll it out to even people with bad driving scores. Yeah, but could they possibly even crunch all the data that they're getting? Almost on the inside observer, I have a friend who owns a Tesla, but you I'm amazed at how the promises keep coming that it's later this year, end of the year, next year, and year after year it's always there. But watching the progress of Auto full self driving beta, it does seem to be a slow crawl. Something could happen where everything comes together. I don't know, everything about it to ComEd and maybe they'll solve something that puts everything together and suddenly it makes a giant leap forward. But right now and we'll see. We'll see. Because we're six months away from testing your car again on the same route, and we'll see how it does. And we had a rainy day last year, so it wasn't perfect, but yeah. Anyway, France is doing something quite unusual, even for France. Yeah. So there is new legislation that was approved this week that requires all parking lots in France with spaces for at least 80 vehicles. This is both existing and new parking lots be covered by solar panels. So this is great. You think that has an 80 vehicle parking lot? What would that be? A strip mall? A strip mall would have that. Yeah, I guess so. We have quite a few kind of small parking lots in our city. I think that wouldn't qualify. Or even a big hotel. Brian would have 80 spots, wouldn't it? I mean, if you have 80 rooms, you'd have 80 spots. Yeah, it just makes sense. Like, this is schools, maybe. Yeah, schools. This is space that it's just there. And if we put solar panels on it, it will keep the rain off the cars and produce electricity. It's a nice incentive. So you have to do this. Yeah, this is the law. So according to the government, the potential of the measure could reach up to eleven gigawatts, or the equivalent of the power of ten nuclear reactors at midday on a Sunday in the summer. So that's interesting. That's a lot of power just from parking lots. No, and we've had stories in the past about covering canals. Like in California, I might as well cover the canals. It's just all this space that we have that could have a double use. And parking lots is one of them. You know, though, I wonder what the business model is for this, what the payback is, because I don't know what France's tariff system is, or if they have any money for just putting out the panels or the feed in of the electricity to the grid, how they pay and what the payback period is. But let's say that it's reasonable. You would have customers that would be pretty happy to be parking under a structure, an outdoor structure that shaded you, perhaps shield you from precipitation. And you could sit and wait for your spousal unit to shop. And you wouldn't cook in the sun. He would be shaded and comfortable. No, we have a real problem here. We have very hot sun in the summertime, so always better to get a parking spot with shade. I thought this was interesting. So it's the bigger parking lots that are going to have to do this first. Car parks with 400 spaces or more have about three years to comply, and then the smaller parking lots get about five years to complete. So this isn't just new construction. This is existing construction. Existing parking lots. That is a big deal. My goodness. Yeah. No, and if you think of some of the like, think of I don't know if they have Walmart in France, but you think of Walmart, the Walmart, the giant parking lots that we have for places like Walmart or shopping malls. Man, that would be a lot of solar panels. Yeah. I've been thinking about what we'll use, because the grocery store that we went to last night of the blizzard actually has a bunch of stuff built on the outside of what used to be a parking lot. There's actually an office building there with yeah, they've been restaurants used to be a gigantic parking lot, but they keep adding businesses to it. And that confused me because it's hard to find now it's easy to find a store at the end of a giant parking lot that's 10 miles away. There are walmarts in China. Do they? Yeah, they do. Wow. There's no French walmart in France, so I just Google that. Of course, there's a French Disneyland, but there's no French Walmart. It's basically the same, right? Yeah. Disney. When we do go to a robot taxi future, we're going to need less parking spaces. Right. So the way I envision it is, say I've got a shopping mall close to me that's got lots of parking spaces. And I think that what they could say is, well, you know, part of this shopping mall can be designated for Robotaxis because, you know, robotaxis will go mostly at the peak of when people get on and off work and on and off school. It's just like rush hour. But for the rest of the day, they'll have to sit somewhere. They'll need somewhere to have they'll need to go somewhere where they can charge and where they can somewhere nearby, different areas of town. I don't know where that's going to be. Yeah. Plus, I imagine it will be like the movie Cars, and they'll want to hang around together at a party, have social issues and things like that. Of course it will be like that. But at the same time, I'm wondering if we'll need less. Well, I mean, that's what Tony Seba says. We'll need less parking lots. And there's a significant amount of Los Angeles that has nothing but parking lots. And that's also a heat gainer for it increases the urban island, t island of cities as parking lots. Yeah. Well, hopefully we can densify all of our cities and just start building more building and housing on all these parking lots we're not going to. Right? And that'll be an exciting future. Plus like a driven right to the door. And hopefully some sort of device will lift me up and put me on an automated cart that will drive me around. Because walking is just too much for sure in the future, I think. So Porsche has made 100,000 cars. What does it mean? 100,000 of Brian? This is the Porsche Taycan electric car. They've now produced 1000 of this car. So it's been a pretty big success for Porsche. These are in demand. They are selling more of these than the 911, which is kind of the marquee car for Porsche. What I didn't know is it's not a huge company. This is really a niche player. So they delivered just over 300,000 vehicles last year. So they're a small car company niche and of course, very expensive. Tesla deliver like, one and a half million. Yeah, and they're just getting going. This is with two new factories that just went up. This is just with one. Yeah. So they delivered just over 300,000 vehicles total, and 41,000 of them were the all electric Ticans. So they have plans to electrify more of their lineup. But like a lot of things, it's been a little bit delayed. The Macan was the next one that they were going to electrify, and so far they haven't managed to do that. They've been surprised by that, haven't they? I mean, I think they've been overwhelmed by demand, but they've also stepped up to meet that demand, which is great, too. Yeah, but it really does make sense if you're someone who's interested in a Porsche, you're interested in performance driving. And as we know, Electric makes for fantastic performance driving. And if you're wealthy, then you want to impress your wealthy green friends. Well, there's nothing more luxurious, though, than driving quiet, so I love that. I don't know. Would that impress your green friends to a Porsche can? Some of them seems a little excessive. I've impressed myself. Maybe that's really what counts in the car world. Yeah. I don't know. It's a lot of money and you could probably solve the world hunger in a small nation somewhere for the purchase of that car. But Electric says that Tesla is now earning eight times more per car than Toyota. And Toyota is basically one of the world's largest automakers, and they're starting to apparently notice. Back in Japan, according to Electric, for example, tesla reported $3.3 billion in net profit last quarter, compared to Toyota earning just roughly 3 billion. So. Yeah, Tesla. This is despite Toyota delivering eight times more cars than Tesla in the same time period, and Tesla beat them on profits. That's kind of wild. It is. So they made the same money, same profits. But wow, I mean, the demand for Tesla is high. There's this whole inflation thing going on. There's the supply problem, the chip shortages. So they have eat up their prices a little bit. Thousand here, thousand there, as a lot of people are. What do you think it is? It's like a third of profit per car or something like that. It's really high. It's higher than most people. Yeah, I don't know. But the traditional automakers make more money on things like service and part of stuff. So this milestone of Tesla beating Toyota and earnings during a quarter is especially impressive when you consider that just a decade ago, toyota owned 3% of Tesla with just a $50 million investment. Think of how they get rid of that. So now Tesla generates $50 million in free cash flow almost every day, which is why the CEO can do cookie things and do whatever they want. So it's now time for the Tweet of the Week. This is where I highlight a tweet that I like. There's a couple of good ones. Maybe I'll do two. This week from Jenny Chase, solar analyst with Bloomberg NEF New Energy Finance. It's a casual line from those hippies at Pakistan's National Electric Power Regulatory Authority. And this is basically what they said in their report. They said the existing average cost of supply electricity to consumers is high, way too high. And one way to reduce this high cost is to procure cheap electricity from indigenous resources like wind and solar. Now, if we heard that from our utility in Canada, that would be remarkable. But this is coming from Pakistan, a very conservative place, who is not known, especially in governmental terms, to talk like this. But they see the value of this. No utility talks this way, actually. But Pakistan is and because she lives in the solar space, she knows nobody else is saying that but Pakistan Solar, or pardon me, the electricity utility is saying that one way that we're going to lower prices is by buying wind and solar. So good for them. Yeah. As we've said before, the fuel costs for wind and solar are zero. And now a secondary Tweet of the week. Just because I wanted to do too, and I hate deciding, brian, it's a lot of work to decide. Why should I have to decide? Fred lambert lambert. Lambert. Lambert. Fred Lambert, editor in chief at Electric. He says his personal account he says when I talk about Elon's feedback loop being hijacked by superfans, this is what I mean. And he has a story from the Mercury News in San Jose, California. And before I go on, I just want to say that Fred owns like, five teslas has been the biggest fan of Tesla and he's a journalist, but he's been reporting on Tesla forever. He is an enthusiast. He's cheering them on in every way. But Elon Musk blocked him once a long time ago because he had something mildly critical to say and Elon couldn't just take that. So what Fred thinks is that Elon like Michael Jackson and other people, they have this feedback loop of everybody who's constantly praising them. And this is a story from the San Jose newspaper that says that this one guy who's like a dad was tweeting him like 19 times a day or something. And Elon was often responding to him because it's such praise. And the softspoken superfan dad praised him for being fit, ripped and healthy and asked, hey Elon Musk, what's your secret? It sounds like almost a joke, like a comedian might do that because it's the opposite of true. He's not fit, he's not ripped, he's not healthy. You look at him and you see a guy who doesn't he's like an It guy who never gets an hour of sleep. It looks like he hasn't had sleep in years. And certainly not the healthy lifestyle and certainly no son. And the world's richest man's response was how do I keep fit and healthy? Fasting and diabetic drug that promotes weight loss. So good for you. When you're rich, you get to have the diagnosis. Drugs that promote weight loss and fasting is not good. Sumo wrestlers fast. They don't eat until 01:00 p.m. In the afternoon. Yeah. Wow. Not to 01:00 p.m. In the afternoon. That is a CES fast fact for you. That's because they store more weight if they don't eat all day. They train their body to fast. See, in human history, back when we were in caves and such, ten years ago, if you didn't eat, your body would think it was a famine and it would store extra weight. It would just change. So like fat people like me would survive in a zombie apocalypse. So my nutritionist tells me because we would need 20% less calories because we're that more efficient. Anyway, so we get a little bit of feedback here from the Twitter says clean energy fraud. You guys are talking about the future of hydrogen. So check out this podcast and what was it? It says this guy's super anti hydrogen and has some great points. And this is from Nelson. The podcast was our friend Mark Mslop at Energy Talk Show. He has a podcast as well. Occasionally puts out a guest, Paul Martin, a chemical engineer with a 30 year history of working with hydrogen and a member of the Hydrogen Science Coalition. And I'll put a link to that in the show notes if you want to hear some smack talk on hydrogen. And coming up in the show is the lightning round zoom through the rest of the week's headlines in a fast fashion. We like to hear from you. It's really what we live on. Brian doesn't get up in the morning without the hope of somebody contacting us. Clean energy show@gmail.com. We're on TikTok and Instagram and everywhere else. Clean energy, pond. We're on mastodon. At Mastodon Energy. We're on YouTube. Clean energy show. Speak Pipe. You can leave us an online voicemail message. Speak pipe.com. Cleanenergyshow. That sound means it is time for the lightning round, where we'll end the show this way. A fast paced look of the week in clean energy and climate news. Canada is putting the break on China's $4 billion lithium acquisition free. China is here buying up all the lithium they can, and Canada has finally said no. So Chinese companies have been the biggest financers of overseas lithium projects globally in recent years, including purchases of Canadian listed assets. And that's a new development, Brian. Yeah. So this is new legislation that limits the foreign ownership of some of these critical minerals that we're going to need for the electric revolution. Call it the biden approach, saying no more China. The Charging Interface Initiative, a global industry association focused on the electrification of transportation, has launched its new megawatt charging system. MCs is going to be called. We have CCS, the non Tesla standard for charging connectors. This is going to be MCs. So memorize that term. Brian. MCs is the new megawatt charging system standard for North America. So this will be some specific kind of plug and protocol for how to charge at even higher speeds. Megawatt speeds for trucks, basically for trucks, big trucks. Not necessarily all semitransport trucks, but medium trucks as well. This is interesting. The 2023 Kia EV six base trim has been dropped. And the starting price that means has dropped to an unfortunate $50,000 US. That means brian, I can't afford it. Yes, that's too bad. I mean, we sometimes do get different trim levels here in Canada, so we'll see. But 50,000 is a lot. Another CS fast fact, the golden toad is the first species to go extinct to climate change. Put that in your toaster and smoke it. It's too warm for them. And I guess the towed has had enough. Panasonic has broken ground on their EV battery factory in Kansas. This is what we refer to early red states getting a lot of this EV manufacturing, green tech manufacturing and jobs. And they'll be making 2070 cylindrical cells. A Viking bus orders 31 Mercedes Benz E Cetera buses as long distance runners in the country known as Denmark. Hello, Denmark. The reason I bring that up is because we've mentioned this before. When will long distance city to city buses electrify? Well, the answer is, I guess it's starting. That's great. The market share of zero mission light duty vehicle registrations in Canada hit 9.4% in the third quarter of this year. And that's a new record. It's up from any previous record which shows that the EV adoption is accelerating in Canada. Yeah, we're definitely past some sort of a tipping point, which is often said to be around 5% of the market. So, yeah. Canada at 9.4% EVs. That's fantastic. How many Ford Mustang electrics do you see around? I see them almost every day now. Maybe it's the same neighborhood, I don't know, but I see them everywhere. The North End, one of 600 EV sold in Europe will be made by Chinese makers of EVs by 2025. Fitch solution says, according to the China EV Post, So that's interesting. Something we've been following since the early days of this podcast is when will Chinese EV makers start to make gains in Western markets? Yeah, and I guess you're at first, because it's always Europe first, isn't it? Because they need their EVs over there. It's physically closer and they have tougher regulations to kind of phase out combustion. A slight majority of California voters favor the recently announced ban on new sales of gasoline powered vehicles by 2035. Only 52% and 43% disapprove, but hopefully they'll come around when prices do. I don't think anyone's going to complain about the range and prices there and charging infrastructure. Another fast fact air conditioners and heating elements consume 50% of electricity in America. Did you know that? That's a lot. No, that's a lot. Analysis as seen by the BBC shows that the production and transport of LNG causes up to ten times the carbon emissions compared to pipeline gas. So build more pipeline. I'm kidding. This around here, liquid natural gas as opposed to actual gas that goes through pipes. The greater than 8% electricity from a solar club in Europe for 2021. Here's the countries that have 8% or more just from solar germany, Spain, Greece, Italy, Netherlands not bad. And there's a whole bunch of 5%. A whole whack at 5%. Good for you. Greece, by the way. I always think of Greece as a leader in clean energy, but these things, they sneak up on you. Amazon is meeting holiday demand this year with a fleet of over 1000 Livian electric vehicle delivery vans. So we are talking about those for a long time now. And I guess there's a thousand on the roads for Christmas this year. Yeah, that's not bad. But 10,000 next year and 50,000 a year after that or something. Yeah, they've definitely ordered more than that. Amazon is a big investor in Rivian and they're desperately trying to scale up their production of these vans and their pickup trucks. So hopefully things speed up nicely. And finally this week, Tony Sieve says in a post that speaking of Amazon, amazon created a vast information technology infrastructure, but the use of just five weeks of the year, the holiday shopping season, which is Christmas in November and December where we live, they overbuilt capacity for the rest of the year. And he says, well, let's call that super data center. And thus the Amazon AWS cloud was born, which you see advertised on TV. It's now a trillion dollar business because they overbuilt something. So the reason he mentions that, Brian, is why? Because this is what's going to happen to solar, wind and batteries. Because solar is intermittent. Wind is intermittent. We need to overbuild it. But because these technologies are so cheap and getting cheaper, we can easily overbuild it. So Amazon, of course, a large amount of shopping happens in November and December, the Christmas shopping season here in Canada and the US. So they had to really beef up their online system to handle all these transactions in December. And what did they end up with? Amazon Web Services, which is now a trillion dollar business, apparently. Yes, it's a lot of money just for overbuilding something, because that's what's going to happen with the energy markets, because we're going to have extra solar, extra wind around. That is our show for this week. You know what? Next year we're going to have a Patreon. If you have any ideas for the patreon, let us know what kind of perks you might be interested in. And by God, write us right now. Cleanenergytow@gmail.com or clean energy pond everywhere on social media. If you're new to the show, remember to subscribe to our show on your podcast app to get new shows, new episodes delivered every week. We'll see you next time. See you next week!  

KVMR News
Molly Fisk - Ocelots

KVMR News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 4:05


Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.

KNX In Depth
KNX In Depth: Are Democrats and President Biden wrong on election messaging?--Prop 29 and the truth about kidney dialysis centers--Shrinking Sierra Nevada forests--Coffee could make your kid shorter

KNX In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 50:05


President Biden delivers another passionate address, warning Americans again about threats to democracy. The president urged people less than a week away from Election Day to reject who he calls "ultra MAGA" Republicans. But is the president's messaging to voters all wrong right now? Are people really voting because of an existential threat to democracy? We go In Depth.  Republicans are hinting that if they take control of Congress they'll work on cuts to Social Security and Medicare.  The U.K. could face a long recession which might end up impacting the U.S.   Benjamin Netanyahu looks to be back. He's set to take over as prime minister of Israel again but he doesn't exactly think highly of President Biden. We go In Depth into the impact on U.S./Israel relations.  We're going to look into Prop 29 today which has to do with kidney dialysis centers.  The Sierra Nevada seems to be losing its forests.  Drinking coffee while pregnant might have a long-term impact on your child. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Morning Light Meditations
Renew with Lady Hope

Morning Light Meditations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 11:11


What are you creating right now? Buoyancy and Hope are essential to keep your creating alive and healthy. The Temple of Hope in the Sierra Nevada's above Mount Shasta is open for us this month.  This is great news.  It's an opportunity to lift up out of anxiety or depression and be renewed in the high frequencies of Archangel Gabriel and Lady Hope. This meditation comes out of our book, How to Create with Mother Mary and Friends. If you want to take this meditation deeper, catch the replay of September's Sanctuary, with these Mighty Archangels, RENEW with Lady Hope.  The song, Lady Hope, beneath this meditation was composed by Jennifer. You can find most of Jennifer's music on Spotify,  Apple Music. or Patreon.com/JenniferandMichael If you'd like to receive an email every time there's a new episode or just keep in touch with what Jennifer's doing, sign up here. https://angelsofabundanceascensionacademy.com/morning-light-meditations/ If this podcast supports you spiritually, please consider fueling it with your financial support.  Any amount is appreciated. https://Patreon.com/JenniferandMichael

KVMR News
Molly Fisk - The Problematic Rural First World

KVMR News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 3:59


Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.

Perfect Pour Craft Beer Podcast
The Highest Rated Beers By State 2022

Perfect Pour Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 95:07


Happy to have you here, welcome to a Craft Beer show for folks that like spending time with friends and good beer. A few of the things mentioned: Brewer celeb Halloween costumes. Empty stomach drinking. Brewery-sponsored social media. Some of the highest-rated beers by state (link to article). A Sierra Nevada beer we missed. And plenty more things! DOWNLOAD: PerfectPour482.mp3 (Heads up: Some cussing!) Thank you for listening!! Subscribe to the show in Apple Podcast. Subscribe with Google Play. You can also find us on Spotify and Stitcher. Perfect Pour's YouTube Channel. HOSTED BY: Nick & Mikey. MUSIC BY: Sunburns and Paul From Fairfax. Drop Us A Line: Email Perfect Pour. Mikey would REALLY love it if you subscribe to his newsletter: Drinking & Thinking Also, Check out Mikey's Beer Geek blog. Our send “STUFF” to us address: The Perfect Pour – co Mike Seay 2037 W. Bullard Ave #153 Fresno, CA 93711  

Creative Banter
EP 24 - Discovery of Place

Creative Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 49:38 Very Popular


This week, we allocate most of our discussion toward zines and journals. Sparked by Ben's recent trip to the Sierra Nevada, and his experiences there, we have seemingly come up with a fresh take on exploring new-to-us locations. LINKS Moleskin Journals Craig Mod - Walking Rules SUPPORT THE SHOW Join Our Patreon Join The Discussion Save 10% on your Nature Photographers Network membership Use offer code CODY10 at https://www.naturephotographers.network/?ref=codyschultz CONNECT WITH BEN Website: https://www.benhorne.com Twitter: @benhorne Instagram: @benhorne YouTube: Ben Horne CONNECT WITH CODY Website: https://codyschultz.com Email: cody@codyschultz.com MUSIC The Introvert by Michael Kobrin (licensed through Pixabay) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- This post may contain affiliate links. If you use these links to buy something, I may earn a commission. Thanks.

Feedback with EarBuds
Inside Cults: Podcast Recommendations

Feedback with EarBuds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 15:43


Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast. Our newsletter brings you five podcast recommendations each week according to a theme, and curated by a different person. Our podcast is an audio version of the newsletter.Subscribe to the newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/cIcBuHThis week's theme is Listening is Inside Cults. Our curator is Dr. Tricia Jenkins.Why did Tricia choose this theme? "I grew up in a doomsday apocalyptic cult and have noticed a rise in cult mentalities in U.S. society. Cults are also at the forefront of popular culture, as seen in shows like The Vow, Keep Sweet, and Scientology: The Aftermath.Podcasts that can help educate people about what defines a cult, how to talk to someone who is in one, and stories about people who have successfully gotten out are both fascinating and inspiring."This week's podcast and newsletter are sponsored by Vocaster from FocusriteVocaster is the easiest way to bring broadcast-quality sound to your podcast. Easily set recording levels, enhance your voice, connect your phone to record calls or stream to apps, connect your camera, and more. Discover Vocaster today! Learn more: https://focusrite.com/en/vocaster?utm_source=media-partner&utm_medium=email-third-party&utm_campaign=mk_vocaster_sustaining&utm_term=earbudsWe are also sponsored by Podcast MagazineFind even more podcasts with a lifetime subscription to Podcast Magazine®. Podcast Magazine is the preeminent magazine dedicated to podcasts, podcast culture, and the podcasters fans love.With the Beyond The Microphone Interviews, independent reviews, and podcast charts, every issue is full of hundreds of podcasts you may not have heard of, but ought to be listening to. Learn more: https://podcastmagazine.com/We are also sponsored by: The Madness of ChartruleanA science fantasy audio drama with amazing performances, cinematic sound design, and a haunting original score. The story follows Chartrulean, the inventor of a new form of energy, as he ponders whether his work will save or doom his world. It has been enjoyed by fans of Dune, Isaac Asimov's Foundation, Game of Thrones, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Listen: http://chartrulean.com/Links mentioned in this episode:- Dr. Tricia Jenkins: https://www.triciajenkins.com/- The Europeans Podcast: https://pod.link/1315776736- Hello Menopause: https://pod.link/1650262252- My Worst Date Show at Dynasty Typewriter: https://www.dynastytypewriter.com/- 844-POD-AT-ME- The Song Will Go On: https://pod.link/1629927418Here are this week's podcast picks from Jordan:- The Influence Continuum- Worldwide: The Unchosen Church- A Little Bit Culty- Heaven's Gate- Twin FlamesThis week's podcast spotlight is Trail WeightThis season explores how we can navigate the great outdoors while supporting the ecosystem.Follow along as critically acclaimed host Andrew Steven discovers the forgotten story of Walt Disney's failed ski resort in the California wilderness, travels to the Sierra Nevadas to grapple with the mountain range's seemingly inevitable future of consistent wildfires, and more. Listen: https://link.chtbl.com/Tq-uEiTv?sid=Earbuds_____Apply to have your podcast spotlit: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/podcast-spotlightsSubmit to our Community section: https://962udey3mps.typeform.com/to/zZadg6y2EarBuds Blog: http://earbuds.audio/blogCurate a list: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/earbuds-podcast-curators-formFollow us on Twitter @earbudspodcol: https://twitter.com/EarbudsPodColFollow us on Facebook at EarBuds Podcast Collective: https://www.facebook.com/earbudspodcastcollectiveFollow us on Instagram @earbudspodcastcollective: https://www.instagram.com/earbudspodcastcollective/Website: http://earbuds.audio/Tee Public: https://www.teepublic.com/user/earbuds-podcast-collective

Master Brewers Podcast
Episode 109: Timing is Everything

Master Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 40:09


Sierra Nevada studies the impact of dry hopping at different stages of fermentation. Special Guests: Maria Moutsoglou and Will Cayler.

Hops and Box Office Flops
Critters 4 – Space Fur Balls

Hops and Box Office Flops

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 59:40


Critters 4 is was the second film in the franchise to go straight to video. And it continued the trend of shrinking the scale of the story being told. Like Critters 3, which was set in an apartment building, Critters 4 confines its characters to a claustrophobic space station and gives them very few Crites to deal with. There are literally only two titular Critters in the movie. That feisty alien duo isn't enough to generate sufficient kills or scares to make this an entertaining entry in the series. Thus despite bringing back franchise favorite Charlie, played as always by Don Keith Hopper, and boasting the talents of horror icon Brad Dourif and the queen of Wakanda Angela Bassett, Critters 4 is a lifeless venture. The Crites just didn't have any bite left. So, sit back, curl up with a Wild Little Thing from Sierra Nevada, and don't trust Ug or his Tera Core goons! I, the Thunderous Wizard (@WriterTLK), Mayor McCheese, Capt. Cash and Chumpzilla are playing Critter kickball in Space! This Week's Segments: Introduction/Plot Breakdown – They're invading your space! (00:00) Lingering Questions – After a word from our brothers in beer at Hop Nation USA, we assess who would reign supreme in Super Slash Bros showdown. (30:57) The "Hungry Like Piranha" Trivia Challenge – The Double Turn Podcast survives a Handicap Match with the Critters, and then I challenge the field to trivia about the series. (41:31) Recommendations – We offer our picks for the week and next up: We finish "Hops and Cosmic Terror Flops" with Jason X! (51:09) And, as always, hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to check out all the interesting factoids—the return of the insatiable Crites and more—from this week's episode! You can find this episode of Hops and Box Office Flops on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, Acast, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Vurbl, Amazon Music, and more!

The Wine Makers on Radio Misfits
The Wine Makers – Jeff & John Perlegos

The Wine Makers on Radio Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 93:09


Who knew that Instagram could get you a guest for your podcast. Well we do of course we don't know all of these people and that is exactly how we came to meet these guys. I'm not sure the first time I heard about the Stampede Vineyard but on an educational tour of East Lodi a past guest made a point of showing us the vineyard. Join us on this show to continue our education about the vineyards of the Lodi appellation. You can tell that Jeff & John have a deep love and understanding of Lodi, their family started farming in the 1950's after immigrating to California from Greece.  Planted in the 1940s, the Stampede Vineyard is an own-rooted Zinfandel planting in the toe-hills of the Sierra Nevada mountains within Lodi's Clements Hills AVA. With soils composed of decomposed granite, the Stampede Vineyard lies on a parcel that overlooks an old riverbed on one side, and the Clements Stampede rodeo grounds on the other. We welcome them to the podcast this week to help them launch they new winery project. Yes the growers have jumped into the winemaking side of the business with their "Mediterranean inspired, California grown" wines. We thing they are off to a great start. [EP253] perlegoswine.com instagram.com/perlegos_wine instagram.com/zinyard perlegoswine.com/sign-up

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Forester

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 32:19


We had the pleasure of interviewing Forester over Zoom video!Following up their spring 2022 album, Watercolor, the Los Angeles-based indie electronic duo, Forester (aka David Parris and Xander Carlson) return with the new single “All I Need” on Kygo's Palm Tree Records. “All I Need” takes a sharp turn from previous Forester releases, bringing a dose of filtered house and an irresistible chorus sample to the duo's signature organic electronic production. It's a summertime hit and then some. The accompanying music video shows the duo performing on an idyllic beach, and as the daylight turns into a picturesque sunset, the video follows a couple through a trippy and passionate dance party in the sand as the song's lyrics “You Are All I Need” echo behind them. Inspired by nature and the natural beauty in the world, longtime friends, Parris and Carlson launched the Forester project in 2019 and experienced immediate success with their debut single “Spark” which collected more than 5.8 million streams on Spotify. True to its name, the song was an auspicious beginning that caught the ear of an A&R at Kygo's Palm Tree Records, where Forester signed in 2020. The guys further developed the Forester sound, at 8,000 feet, at Carlson's family cabin in Mammoth Lakes, California, on the eastern slope of the vast Sierra Nevada mountain range. Musically, Forester fell into a dreamy, achingly emotional, and thoroughly sophisticated, middle ground between the indie folk of Bon Iver – a hero to both Parris and Carlson – and melody-focused electronic giants like Avicii. The music made in the mountains became their 2020 sophomore LP, A Range Of Light. Three albums down, Forester has now amassed over 75 million streams. A pillar of the project is the preservation of nature that's inspired them, with the guys donating a portion of the revenue from their first album to The Nature Conservancy, who used it to plant roughly 1,000 trees. Their ultimate goal is for their streaming to be at net zero carbon emissions. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #Forester #AllINeed #Watercolors #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod

Da Beer Bros
Sierra Nevada

Da Beer Bros

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 78:20


Da Bros are back and are joined by Mike as they sample some of Sierra Nevadas finest beers! Listen and Enjoy

Never a straight answer
192# Cannibalism | The Donner/Reed Party

Never a straight answer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 138:53


192# Cannibalism | The Donner/Reed Party One this weeks show... The Donner Party, sometimes called the Donner–Reed Party, was a group of American pioneers who migrated to California in a wagon train from the Midwest. Delayed by a multitude of mishaps, they spent the winter of 1846–1847 snowbound in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Some of the migrants resorted to cannibalism to survive, eating the bodies of those who had succumbed to starvation, sickness, and extreme cold. MERCH STORE Our new merch is available on tee public! stickers, buttons, mugs and masks all with our sweet new design! #MERCH #Sales #NASAScience #PodernFamily #teepublic https://teepublic.com/en-gb/t-shirt/21303964-nasa-beam-me-up… GET YOURS TODAY! CONTACT US!! Get in touch! Have a question for us or a comment or suggestion you can email us Website Neverastraightanswer.co.uk Email Neverstraightanswer@gmail.com NEVERASTRAIGHTANSWER.CO.UK --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neverastraightanswer/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neverastraightanswer/support

KVMR News
Molly Fisk - What Matters

KVMR News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 4:12


Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.

Andalucía Informativos
Informativo Granada - 13/10/22

Andalucía Informativos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 14:55


Granada celebró ayer el Día de la Hispanidad con un homenaje en la tumba de los Reyes Católicos y una ofrenda floral en el monumento de Isabel La Católica. El alcalde de Granada, Francisco Cuenca, ha dicho que no va a permitir que desde Sevilla digan el recorrido del Metro por Granada, una vez que ha conocido el estudio informativo de la Consejería de Fomento sobre el recorrido del Metro por la ciudad. El Ayuntamiento de Granada facilita los trámites a la ciudadanía y mejora su relación con la administración con la puesta en marcha de una nueva página web del área de Ocupación de Vía Pública. El PSOE ha exigido a la Junta de Andalucía que aclare sus planes de futuro sobre Cetursa ante el silencio de la consejera de Fomento, Marifrán Carazo, de quien depende la estación de esquí de Sierra Nevada y ha pedido explicaciones ante la posible privatización de la estación. El Granada CF juega a las nueve de la noche en los Cármenes frente al Sporting de Gijón para sumar tres puntos después tres jornadas sin ganar Escuchar audio

Brewbound Podcast
GABF and NBWA Field Reports, Plus Brew Talks' Portfolio Strategies Beyond IPA

Brewbound Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 55:39 Very Popular


How do you innovate at scale beyond the IPA juggernaut? With the various IPA substyles accounting for nearly half of off-premise craft beer sales, leaders from Dogfish Head, Sierra Nevada, Atrevida Beer Co. and 3 Tier Beverages explore where the opportunities for growth are in other beer styles and how they're building their product mix during a Brew Talks conversation in Denver. Plus, we break some news.

BRAVO-OVERLAND
E12 Lost Cement Gold Mine of Mammoth Mountain, California

BRAVO-OVERLAND

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 28:01


The Lost Cement Mine is a legendary gold vein situated in the eastern Sierra Nevada of California, United States.[1] It was supposedly found in 1857 by two men who were separated from their group while crossing the Sierra. They traveled near the headwaters of the Owens River and found some hardened red igneous rock that may have had a large amount of gold in it. For many years I have researched and hunted for this lost mine. like many others, before me, I have come out of the Sierra Nevada mountains with only the clothes on my back and a tail to tell my grandkids. this episode is the first of many legendary lost gold mines I will be discussing. And maybe just maybe when you are out on the trail one-day lady luck will smile at you with a mine full of lost gold. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/preston-grove/support

Beers and Beards
Beers and Beards Episode 113: Revolution Brewing Caramel Crisp

Beers and Beards

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 77:38


Big time of year as Buffalo Trace is doubling down as the 20th anniversary of there partnership with the Van Winkle Family and they have released the 2022 Van Winkle Collection as well as a collaboration with Sierra Nevada to have Bigfoot Beer featuring E.H. Taylor. David was out of beer and instead of cracking open the Truly in the fridge he ventured out to get a Chicago based offering in Revolution Brewing's Caramel Crisp. Fits the theme of the season and hit the spot. Make sure to visit Beers and Beards Podcast for a full list of our episodes.Use our NEW code “BeersBeards10” for 10% off at Rivalry Brews as well as 10% off at BeardOctane.com with code BeersBeards10.Support us and get a free trial of Amazon Music by heading over to www.getamazonmusic.com/beersandbeards. Check out our full list of Craft Beer Reviews and Bourbon Reviews on our website. Want to grow a better beard and become a legend? Subscribe here to become a Producer of Beers and Beards. https://plus.acast.com/s/beers-and-beards-1. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Bourbon Daily
The Bourbon Daily: Show #2,195 – Bourbon Whiskey Roundtable Discussion: Sierra Nevada's Bigfoot Beer Aged in Colonel EH Taylor Barrels

The Bourbon Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 27:57


Steve, McNew, Katie, Ryan and Lori discuss the new Bigfoot release from Sierra Nevada. TBD music is by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Important Links: ABV Barrel Shop: abvbarrelshop.com ABV Network Shop: https://shop.abvnetwork.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theabvnetwork Check us out at: abvnetwork.com. Join the revolution by adding #ABVNetworkCrew to your profile on social media.

The Boozebuddy Update
GABF Wrap Up: Your Must-Know Info, Best Ciders, And A Bigfoot Sighting

The Boozebuddy Update

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 3:09


Brought to you by Green Mountain Payments - helping local business owners save thousands of dollars by providing complimentary credit card processing equipment and zero cost credit card processing. Visit greenmountainpayments.com or posandzero.com today! GABF Wraps Up after 9 days of judging in three phases. 235 judges worked their way through an astounding 9,904 commercial brews! To get the results, see if your favorite brewery won head to the show notes, and don't worry - they'll share with the world soon enough, once the effects from celebrating wears off https://www.brewersassociation.org/press-releases/great-american-beer-festival-competition-honors-2022-winners/ Ciders To Love, because who just wants a cider they like or tolerate. Believe me, they're out there! To get the rundown and reviews, head to the show notes and find a cider you maybe can love https://www.thekitchn.com/hard-cider-taste-test-23445160 There's been a Bigfoot Sighting, and it's at the bottom of a bottle. This bottle coming in through a collaboration between Buffalo Trace and Sierra Nevada. Their new project is “Colonel E.H. Taylor Bourbon Barrel-Aged Bigfoot”. For the full run down and availability, head to https://brewpublic.com/beer-releases/sierra-nevada-partners-with-buffalo-trace-distillery-on-colonel-e-h-taylor-bourbon-barrel-aged-bigfoot/ Remember to stay safe, drive sober and support the booze that supports your local community, and always find the show notes and links at boozebuddyupdate.com Learn more about your host and voice over talent The Real Voice - Mel Allen at https://TheRealVoice.com boozebuddy update, craft spirits, craft wine, craft beer craft cider, GABF, Great American Beer Fest, Awards, Best Cider, Barleywine, Sierra Nevada, Buffalo Trace, Bourbon barrel aged, brewers association, hard cider review --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boozebuddy/support

comPOSERS: The Movie Score Podcast
RAVENOUS (1999) - Series 12: Episode 174

comPOSERS: The Movie Score Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 62:10


Stew's on! This week, Jay's DEcomPOSERS pick takes us into the Sierra Nevada for culinary lessons with Robert Carlyle and Guy Pearce. It's 1999's Ravenous, with music by Michael Nyman and Damon Albarn!

Cuentos infantiles I Había una vez
La leyenda de Caribay 85 I Cuentos Infantiles I Leyendas

Cuentos infantiles I Había una vez

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 10:51


Esta es la leyenda que explica cómo nació la Sierra Nevada de Mérida, ubicada en Venezuela, y por qué siempre hay nieve en la cima de sus montañas.

KVMR News
Molly Fisk - In Conversation

KVMR News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 4:09


Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.

B&H Photography Podcast
Fall Foliage East and West with Jerry Monkman and G Dan Mitchell

B&H Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 63:43 Very Popular


It's leaf peeping time in the northern hemisphere when trees break into riots of color as autumn plows a path from north to south. Two of the best regions for capturing the show here in the US are across New England and along California's magnificent Sierra Nevada. To help get you up to speed when preparing for your own foliage excursions, we speak with landscape photography specialists in each of these regions—Jerry Monkman in New England and G. Dan Mitchell in California's Sierra Nevada. After weighing in with informed opinions about when and where to find the best color this year, Monkman and Mitchell make suggestions about fresh ways to picture the scenery and discuss topographic and geological differences between east and west. We also talk gear—both DSLR and mirrorless—with Monkman opting for the Canon 5D Mark IV or EOS R5, and Mitchell alternating between the Canon 5DS R and FUJIFILM X series mirrorless. For all of the above and much more, please join us for this informative discussion and discover new ways to reap an autumn photography harvest and take your landscape and scenic photography to new heights.  Guests: Jerry Monkman & G. Dan Mitchell Photo © Jerry Monkman For further details about our guests, their gear, and a selection of their secenic photographs, find this episode on the B&H Explora blog at: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/podcasts/photography/fall-foliage-east-and-west-with-jerry-monkman-and-g-dan-mitchell-the-bh Guest Bios: Jerry Monkman is a New England-based conservation photographer, filmmaker, and writer, who's been telling adventure- and conservation-themed stories for more than 20 years. Together with his wife Marcy, Monkman runs EcoPhotography, a Portsmouth, New Hampshire-based stock and assignment photo business and video production company. EcoPhotography's award-winning images have been published worldwide, and the Monkman's have received National Outdoor Book Awards for two books: The AMC Guide to Outdoor Digital Photography in 2012, and Outdoor Adventures: Acadia National Park, in 2017. Monkman's first feature-length film, The Power of Place, was an official selection of the 2015 New Hampshire Film Festival. His newest documentary feature, The Merrimack: River at Risk, premiered on New Hampshire PBS in July 2020. In 2022, Monkman launched the film production company Reel Quest Films, LLC with partner Ryan Smith. Stay Connected: Jerry Monkman Personal Website: https://ecophotography.com Film Production Website: https://reelquestfilms.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jerrymonkman/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jerrymonkman Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ecophotography G Dan Mitchell is a California-based landscape and nature photographer who focus's his attention on the Pacific coast, the Sierra Nevada, the central California grasslands and deserts, and the American Southwest. Author of the 2015 book California's Fall Color: A Photographer's Guide to Autumn in the Sierra, Mitchell's photographs have been widely exhibited, published, and licensed for commercial use. In 2018, he photographed extensively in Yosemite National Park as a Yosemite Renaissance artist-in-residence. He maintains a prolific online presence, sharing daily images and commentary at his website. Equally active on social media, he founded the 10,000-member “Sierra Nevada: Photographs from the Range of Light” Facebook community. Yet, Mitchell is most at home in the field, where he has scoured the Sierra Nevada backcountry for photographic moments for more than 50 years, and photographed each summer since 2011 with the “First Light” group. Stay Connected: G. Dan Mitchell Personal Website: https://gdanmitchell.com Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gdanmitchell Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gdanmitchell Twitter: https://twitter.com/gdanmitchell Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gdanmitchell

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast
Glory by NoViolet Bulawayo (Booker Prize SHORTLIST 2022)

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 64:03


The Drunk Guys won't say nay to beer this week when they read Glory by NoViolet Bulawayo. Their beers are glorious, including: Kitty King by Beer Tree Brew, Wild Little Thing by Sierra Nevada, Doggo by Finback, and Life and Fate 12 by Root + Branch Brewing. Join the Drunk

Becoming Ultra
My First Ultra: 62 Caitlin Lutz

Becoming Ultra

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 60:12 Very Popular


Caitlin grew up in Oakland, CA and now lives in San Francisco, CA with her boyfriend, Daniel after going to college in the Midwest. She grew up playing soccer, then rugby, then discovered Australian Rules Football after graduating from college in 2015. She made the national Australian Rules Football team in 2019 and was going to compete in Australia in 2020 in the International Cup, but then COVID shut the world down.  The outdoors have always been a huge part of Caitlin's life. Her parent's first took her backpacking when she was 3 years old and did numerous trips in the Sierra Nevada's that Caitlin eventually came to love (although at first, she thought her parents were torturing her and depriving her of a normal childhood). She discovered distance running in 2014 when she was training to hike across Spain but didn't have the time to go on longer hikes so resorted to running. In 2016, she came to the realization that you can not only hike on trails, but you can also run on them! She ran her first trail marathon in 2017 and applied to Becoming Ultra at the end of 2021 right after she had foot surgery for a foot injury that had sidelined her from running for a year and a half. Since then, she's re-fallen in love with trail running and has found amazing communities though Becoming Ultra and Trail Sisters. She's run two 50Ks, an “ultra” Ragnar, and has her first 50-mile race in Oregon in early July.  Ever wonder where exposing your children to the great outdoors can lead?  Caitlin grew up with parents who exposed her to lots of camping, hiking, and backpacking in amazing places.  It is so fun to hear her talk about her adventures throughout her life, which includes a very special hike with her Dad.  Caitlin shares her experience with training for her first ultra and the disappointment of dealing with an injury.  We also discuss her first 50-mile race at Mt. Hood (that she crushed by the way).  This is a fun, feel good episode.  I will leave you with one of Caitlin's favorite quotes that I cannot stop thinking about.  “Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire”. 

Andalucía Informativos
Informativo Granada - 04/10/22

Andalucía Informativos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 15:08


La campaña de vacunación contra la Covid y la gripe ha comenzado en Granada para los mayores de 80 años en las residencias de mayores y centro sociosanitarios.... Entre las novedades, destaca que se va a vacunar contra la gripe a los menores de 5 años   El PSOE de Láchar ha registrado medio centenar de firmas para reclamar a la Junta de Andalucía que refuerce la plantilla del consultorio médico de Lachar. El PP reprocha a la Diputación que, a dos meses para el inicio de la temporada invernal en Sierra Nevada, la estación aún no cuenta con el retén de bomberos prometido. Desde hoy, el aparcamiento del Violón costará un euro cincuenta céntimos durante doce horas al día de lunes a viernes, a los ciudadanos que lo soliciten a través de su aplicación móvil. Desde hoy hasta este jueves se celebra la décimo novena Fiesta del Cine...la entrada a las salas de cine se reduce a 3 euros y medio Escuchar audio

Unbreakable Life with Glory
Los Codigos Sagrados Numericos nos suben la energia en 5 minutos con Diana Ceron Otoya

Unbreakable Life with Glory

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 65:38


Hoy hablaremos de los Codigos Sagrados Numericos que nos pueden dar mensajes para sentirnos mejor en momentos de depresion y ansiedad cambiando de energia y vibracion. con Diana Cerón Otoya. Quien es Diana Ceron Otoya es lo que podríamos llamar una mujer polifacética: abogada y escritora, emprendedora digital y conferencista internacional en temas de desarrollo personal. Es MBA de la Universidad de Phoenix y master en Dirección de Comunicaciones y RR.PP de la Universitat de Barcelona. Tiene un amplio recorrido en responsabilidad y gestión social, consecución de fondos y reputación corporativa. Su carrera dio un giro cuando decidió seguir un camino espiritual y encontrar su misión de vida. En el 2017, fue seleccionada por Hay House Inc. para publicar su libro Corazón de la Tierra, escrito con la ayuda de los Mamos de la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. Es medium y de la mano de sus maestros Mentoría y de la Madre Divina trabaja en llevar un mensaje al mundo. Editorial Planeta publicó en 2018 su libro Manual de Códigos Sagrados, en coautoría con Carolina Rodríguez Amaya, un texto que le abrió las puertas hacia la fundación de la universidad virtual MentorU Latino, que instruye sobre crecimiento espiritual y es hoy un gran canal en habla hispana con más de 40.000 suscriptores. Diana Ceron Otoya https://www.facebook.com/dianaceronotoya Host Gloria Goldberg https://www.facebook.com/gloriagoldbe... --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gloria-goldberg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gloria-goldberg/support

Living Life Naturally
LLN Episode 135: Dr. Fred Moss - A Doctor's Input on How to Heal What We Think of As Mental Illness From A Different Perspective

Living Life Naturally

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 27:19


About Dr. Fred Moss: Dr. Fred Moss is a holistic psychiatrist serving in many capacities: telepsychiatrist, speaker, psychiatry expert witness, telehealth educator, mental health coach, and filmmaker. A desire to help people has been the force leading him to various settings and roles as a psychiatrist over the years and compelling him to continually look for better, more effective ways to provide the highest quality care. He is the amazing person behind Welcome To Humanity and Global Madness. As the founder of the Welcome to Humanity movement, and the True Voice Podcasting Mastermind and methodology, Dr. Fred now finds himself making the difference he came here to make.  His years in the community, where he has been a physician to over 40,000 patients, and his storied and adventurous life traveling around the world, has now left him uniquely qualified to remind us all of what we already know.  Communication is where love arises from, and speaking truth and listening authentically are the source of that love. Dr. Fred is married to his dream partner, Alexandra, and lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas in Northern California.  He is the proud father of two beautiful children in Texas and is owned collectively by his three cats, Valentino, Despacito, and Winston. What We Discuss In This Episode: Dr. Fred says there's a true and honest opportunity to heal what we know as mental illness, and explains that this means to him. He discusses the importance and effect of communication skills. We discuss mental illness as a transformable conversation. There are alternatives that are even more effective than conventional mental health treatment, and Dr. Fred shares his expertise in this regard. Dr. Fred shares how we can bring our authentic message to the world now. Connect with Dr. Fred Moss: Website: https://www.fredmossmd.com/ LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/drfredmoss/    https://www.linkedin.com/company/dr-fred/ About Dr. Fred Moss: https://welcometohumanity.net/about-dr-fred Podcast: https://welcometohumanity.net/podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drfredmoss/   Connect with Lynne: If you're looking for a community of like-minded women on a journey - just like you are - to improved health and wellness, overall balance, and increased confidence, check out Lynne's private community in The Energized & Healthy Women's Club. It's a supportive and collaborative community where the women in this group share tips and solutions for a healthy and holistic lifestyle. (Discussions include things like weight management, eliminating belly bloat, wrangling sugar gremlins, and overcoming fatigue, recipes, strategies, and much more so women can feel energized, healthy, confident, and joyful each day. Website:  https://holistic-healthandwellness.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/holistichealthandwellnessllc The Energized Healthy Women's Club:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/energized.healthy.women Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lynnewadsworth LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynnewadsworth   Free Resources from Lynne Wadsworth: 5 Simple Steps to Gain Energy, Feel Great & Uplevel Your Health: Are you ready to create a Healthier Lifestyle?  Would you like to feel lighter, more energized, and even add joy to your life? If it's time to find more balance of mind~body~soul, then I've got the perfect FREE resource to help.  In this guide, you'll find my most impactful strategies and I've made applying them in your life as simple as 1-2-3 (plus a couple more) to help you create a healthier, holistic lifestyle. Uplevel your holistic health and wellness and download the 5 Simple Steps to Health  here:  https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/5-simple-steps-to-a-healthier-you/   How to Thrive in Menopause:  Hot flashes? Low Energy? Difficulty with weight management? If MID-LIFE & MENOPAUSE are taking their toll then I've got a solution for you! I've taken all my very best strategies and solutions to help you feel energized, vibrant, lighter & healthy, and compiled them into this FREE resource! Thrive in midlife and beyond - download my guide here: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/thrive-through-menopause/   Did You Enjoy The Podcast? If you enjoyed this episode please let us know! 5-star reviews for the Living Life Naturally podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, or Stitcher are greatly appreciated. This helps us reach more women struggling to live through midlife and beyond. Thank you. Together, we make a difference! Twitter: https://twitter.com/drfredmoss  

Secret Keepers Club
Sierra Nevadas!

Secret Keepers Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 44:41


Carly is back this week with a chit chat and answering questions! you can submit questions to secretkeepersclub@gmail.com Head to https://FAHERTYBRAND.com/SECRET and use code SECRET at checkout to get 15% off your first order

KVMR News
Molly Fisk - Signs Of The Times

KVMR News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 4:10


Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.

The Brewing Network Presents | Dr. Homebrew
Dr. Homebrew | Episode #222: The Hazy IPA Show

The Brewing Network Presents | Dr. Homebrew

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 63:35


Today on the show, we turn our attentions to resident BJCP judge and co-host Brian Cooper, who has submitted round two of his Hazy IPA for judging. This is a re-brew of sorts, with Brian taking feedback from an earlier show and applying it to this new iteration of murky juiciness. Will his hard work pay off? Then, we do a commercial calibration of Liquid Hoppiness IPA by Sierra Nevada. Be sure to check out Five Star and their Homebrew Club Program for tips, tricks, and products! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Armchair Explorer
If I Live Until Morning: Cheating Death on the John Muir Trail with Jean Muenchrath

Armchair Explorer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 42:29 Very Popular


What happens when adventuring goes suddenly, horribly wrong? For Jean Muenchrath, what began as a pleasant cross-country ski trip up the John Muir trail quickly spiralled into disaster - and what happened changed her life forever. Journey back in time with us to hear one of the most gripping survival stories that occurred over three decades ago in the heart of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Jean's story stands as a testament to the power of the mind, the importance of dreams, and the sheer force of will.Jean and her skiing partner, Ken, spent weeks on the John Muir trail in the middle of winter immersing themselves with nature. They trekked through snow-laden meadows and climbed up towering granite cliffs slicked with ice, enjoying the labour and the peace of nature's rhythm. But as they neared the end of their journey and prepared to ascend Mount Whitney - the tallest mountain in the contiguous United States - Jean began to fear, intuitively, that something was about to go horribly wrong. And, as we'll find out, she should have listened to that voice.This is a story of survival against the odds. But it's also a story about the power of the mind to overcome even the most difficult and desperate situations that life can throw at us. Jean used her accident as fuel to transform her life in positive ways, and her story will inspire you to face life's hardships with courage, grace and determination too. Get ready for a near-death encounter at the top of the world.Highlights:- Follow the nail-biting story of Jean Muenchrath's near-death encounter at Mount Whitney- Ski the 211-mile long John Muir Trail in winter, from its start in Yosemite Valley to its conclusion at the top of Mount Whitney, the tallest point in the Lower 48 states- Hear what it's like to survive one of the worst accidents in Mount Whitney's history- Hike the Himalayas and watch the sunset over Everest- Learn what Jean found in the snow when she returned to the scene of her accident, 31 years after it happened- Be inspired to use the power of your mind, just like Jean did, to follow your dreams and transform your life in positive waysIf you find this story meaningful, please connect with Jean – she's passionate about getting in touch with her audience and sharing her story. www.jeanmuenchrath.com | Email: bluevajrasky@gmail.com. Her book is called If I Live Until Morning: A True Story of Adventure, Tragedy, and Transformation and you can find it on Amazon here ... You'll get to hear details of her story that we didn't have time for in this podcast, so we highly recommend grabbing a copy.THANK YOU to Juggernaut Wines for sponsoring this episode! We've got a special deal forlisteners of this show. You can get four bottles – two Cabernet Sauvignons and two Pinot Noirs – delivered to your home for only 1 cent in shipping costs. One cent! Just head over tojuggernautwines.com and type in the code ARMCHAIR21. Their wine is absolutely delicious and it's a great way to support the show…that's what we call a win win!Follow @armchairexplorerpodcast across Instagram and Facebook, and check out Armchair Explorer (www.armchair-explorer.com) for background videos, photos and more on each episode. And please hit that follow button to support the show!

The Bobby Keefe Podcast
Episode 107 - The California Covid Catastrophe

The Bobby Keefe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 96:17


Wassup yall?! It's good to be back recording live!! This week we get into what was supposed to be an incredible 11 day backpack throughout California's Sierra Nevadas (3:01). Starting with flying out to Los Angeles (11:00), and a quick review of Everything Everywhere All at Once. Then what my day in LA looked like (19:13), including my experience at the mythical grocery store, Erewhon (30:15). This leads into The Record of the Week, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers (46:08), and testing positive for covid (1:00:28). Then finally the logistical nightmare of getting home from Bishop, California (1:12:06). Love yall!!   rarewaterstudios.com instagram.com/bobby.keefe tiktok.com/@bobby.keefe

The Parentologist Podcast
What Moms Really Talk About in the Car Pick Up Line

The Parentologist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 40:38


Justine Young is the proud owner and content creator of Little Dove, a motherhood and family travel blog. A southern California native, she now lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas with her family. With six kids causing chaos in the background she navigates motherhood and blogging with Diet Coke in hand. Her background in Education and Theater Arts helps her to encourage mothers to find more joy in parenthood. She loves sharing printables, simple crafts and recipes, and most of all family travel tips. Justine has been blogging for over 11 years and has been featured on POPSUGAR and Fox 40 Sacramento.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Amazing Wildlife: A San Diego Zoo Podcast
Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog: Restoring Ecosystem Balance

Amazing Wildlife: A San Diego Zoo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 21:04 Very Popular


Amazing Wildlife highlights an animal found in high-elevation streams in the Sierra Nevada mountains, the mountain yellow-legged frog. Hosts Rick and Ebone uncover facts about California's endemic species, including their unique sounds and the reason why scientists estimate there are fewer than 200 remaining in nature. San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance Research Coordinator, Leah Jacob, joins the show to explain the large-scale reintroduction project for this endangered frog and the challenges conservationists face as they try to restore ecosystem balance. If you have a question for Amazing Wildlife you can send them to wildlife@iheartmedia.com for your chance to hear it on the show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KVMR News
Molly Fisk - Judging A Book By Its Cover

KVMR News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 3:53


Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.

ASMR by GentleWhispering
Sorting Maps ASMR • Unintelligible Whispers • Paper Sounds • White Noise

ASMR by GentleWhispering

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 42:54


Hello friends! :) Even though it's mid summer, I'm always feeling tingles from cozy, comforting videos. I know a few viewers have requested that I bring back the fireplace sorting trigger from the Adventures in Nature video and here is another addition to that series. I think this setting of a log cabin perched deep in the Sierra Nevada mountains fits perfectly to set the backdrop. I've brought along some maps and guides for us to look at. The fireplace fan did come on during my recording so there is a noticeable white noise hum throughout, I hope it won't be too bothersome and could perhaps add to the ambiance. Thank you for spending your time and relaxing with me! #ASMR #GentleWhispering #sorting 7/2/20 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/support

Beer and Conversation with Pigweed and Crowhill
265: Howard Zinn and his commie take on American history

Beer and Conversation with Pigweed and Crowhill

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 41:13


P&C drink and review Sunny Little Thing from Sierra Nevada, then discuss Howard Zinn and his partisan "history" books. Zinn was a 60s leftist and one-time communist who wrote a "people's history" of the United States, which has become way too influential, especially in the educational system. This anti-American propaganda has been used to poison young minds against the U.S.A. One big problem with Zinn's focus on American sins is that there's no sense of proportion. E.g., "as compared to what?" When we evaluate the past, we have to measure people against their contemporaries, not against our 2022 view of what a perfect country should be. Also, he is clearly re-interpreting American history from a Marxist perspective, but then pretends he is simply telling the truth and setting the record straight. Zinn can write any book he wants, and, in fact, it's useful to have a Marxist perspective on history. But it's going too far for this narrow, partisan, anti-American view to be taught to our children, and it's a crime that it's used in schools. Zinn doesn't want to promote reform. He wants revolution. He can say what he wants, but he has no place in our education system.

Your Lot and Parcel
The Trail, A subtle and vivid tale of finding peace in the great outdoors

Your Lot and Parcel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 40:40


My guest is author of The Trail, an Amazon Bestselling book and 2022 Next Gen Indie Book Award FINALIST:Set authentically in the High Sierra, The Trail is a moving story showing how nature helps us find what is missing in our lives.More than just a hiking novel, The Trail is fused with humor, philosophy, and trail lore.Woven in is a back story detailing the origins of the John Muir Trail: a 211-mile trail spanning the rooftop of the Sierra Nevada from Yosemite Valley to Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the continental United States.There is no question that this is a subtle and vivid tale of finding peace in the great outdoors. www.ethangallogly.comhttp://www.yourlotandparcel.org

The Laura Flanders Show
Kim Stanley Robinson: Writing the Future Story People Want

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 31:22


Can a novel become a catalyst to help us address impending climate disaster? That's one question posed by the legendary Kim Stanley Robinson, in his best-selling novel The Ministry for the Future, which begins with millions of Indians dying from temperatures that send people cramming into lakes to cool off — where they literally poach to death. The book has been praised by everyone from Barack Obama to the Dalai Lama and seems to be turning even bureaucrats and bankers' heads. In his work, Robinson creates space for the possibility of change, possible worlds of equity, not only for survival but for justice and a liveable future. Call it speculative fiction, sci-fi, even “cli-fi”, The Ministry for the Future is a blueprint for transformation and pushes us to think not just about how close to the end we might be. If 20 million people in India died in a heatwave today would that be enough to force humanity to act? Join Laura and Stan for this conversation on how we can all imagine change and work to preserve our planet.  Music featured in the middle of the podcast:  “False Alarm” by Ryan Amador and Alixa Garcia, and produced by Brad Kemp, courtesy of the artist.“I'm seeing people responding to my novel, which is just a story, because they want that story. What I'm seeing now is that the 2020s will be a time of intense action and it will mean intense conflict, but good things can come of it.”“I think it's a problem being noticed more and more — that we value the present much more than future generations, who are sure to come if we don't wreck everything.”GUEST:  Kim Stanley Robinson, a multi-award winning, NY Times best selling Science-Fiction novelist; author of over 20 books, including the The Ministry for the Future, Mars trilogy, Aurora, New York 2140 and his most recent, The High Sierra: A Love Story;  named a Hero of the Environment by Time magazine.BECOME A MEMBER:  It's our members that have kept this show available to hundreds of thousands of listeners and viewers like you, but it takes a lot of funds to keep the show flowing nationally. We do not take corporate or government underwriting, we rely on you.  Go to Patreon.com/theLFShow and join our team, by becoming a patron partner or for more ways to donate go to LauraFlanders.org/donate

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience
#325 Éric Julien : Dialoguer avec le vivant

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 43:58


Anne Ghesquière reçoit dans Métamorphose Éric Julien, consultant, géographe, diplômé en sciences politiques, et explorateur d'interstices à la recherche des possibles de transformation des hommes et des organisations. Certains peuples de la Terre ont conservé intacte une mémoire millénaire. Ces peuples racines nous invitent à prendre une nouvelle voie : celle du soin que nous devons porter à nous-même autant qu'à notre terre. Ce chemin, notre invité l'a arpenté au sommet de la Sierra Nevada de Colombie. A l'origine d'un projet unique en son genre, objet de son nouveau livre, il vient nous raconter la fabuleuse aventure d'une rencontre entre 3 kogis et une vingtaine de scientifiques français. Épisode #325Avec Éric Julien, j'aborderai les thèmes suivants (extrait des questions) :Tu es à l'initiative d'une expérience unique réunissant d'un côté trois chamans du peuple Kogi et de l'autre 20 scientifiques pour établir un « diagnostic croisé » sur une région du Vercors. Comment t'es venue cette idée ?Tu dis « comme un médecin écoute et ausculte le corps, ils écoutent et auscultent la Terre ». Quelles perceptions ont-ils d'un territoire ? Quels critères prennent-ils en compte ?J'imagine les Kogis très au fait de la société industrielle capitaliste moderne... Cela a-t-il renforcé leurs pratiques écologiques et spirituelles ? A quel niveau cela les affecte-t-il sur un plan émotionnel ? Quel regard ont-ils sur nos propres systèmes de croyances et sur nos lois ?Est-ce pour ça que les Kogis nous appellent « les petits frères » ? Avons-nous perdu notre sagesse selon toi ?Quelle conception ont-ils du masculin et féminin, « l'entre-deux féconds » comme ils l'appellent ?Qui est mon invitée de la semaine, Éric Julien ?Éric Julien est consultant, géographe, diplômé en sciences politiques, et “explorateur d'interstices”, à la recherche des possibles de transformation des hommes et des organisations. Son livre « Kogis, le chemin des pierres qui parlent ? » est paru aux éditions Actes Sud.Quelques citations du podcast avec Éric Julien :" Remettre de la santé territoriale c'est remettre de la santé dans les humains."" Je pense que la seule voie d'avenir que l'on ait c'est de dialoguer avec la nature en nous et la nature à l'extérieur de nous."" On est tellement attirés par l'extérieur de nous, par le désir, qu'on en oublie notre vie intérieure."" La voie de la paix intérieure est le préalable pour faire la paix avec la nature."Rejoignez-nous sur notre nouveau site Internet et abonnez-vous à notre Newsletter www.metamorphosepodcast.comSoutenez notre podcast en rejoignant dès maintenant la Tribu MétamorphoseRetrouvez Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience sur Apple Podcast / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Deezer / YouTube / SoundCloud / CastBox/ TuneIn.Suivez l'actualité des épisodes Métamorphose Podcast sur Instagram, découvrez l'invité de la semaine et des surprises ;-)InstagramFacebookPhoto DR Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Out Alive from BACKPACKER
High Alpine Amnesia

Out Alive from BACKPACKER

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 35:37 Very Popular


A firsthand account of a free-solo accident in the Sierra Nevada.

Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat
Carlo van Lienden - How to Embrace the Suck, Fight the Fake, and Prepare for a Mixed Reality

Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 85:55


I am once again in Amsterdam on this endless quest for wisdom to talk to you about a little history and little future with one of my great friends, Carlo van Lienden. Before we begin, consider watching this podcast on YouTube instead (or as well). It heavily complements the experience with additional photos and footage. Link is below.When I wrote Solve for Happy, my agent told me to write an evergreen,  not a big hit that quickly burns away. That has been achieved successfully by all accounts, with the book selling more copies each year than the year prior. There were two major media appearances that kicked things off. The first was my Channel 4 interview in the UK, which went viral. The second was my appearance on RTL Late Night in the Netherlands. Behind the camera of the latter was Carlo, who discovered me and brought me to the public eye in a country that has embraced me and the One Billion Happy mission without parallel.Possessing a phenomenal work ethic and having worked in media through many pivots, Carlo can best be described in one phrase: a spotter of the truth.Listen as we discuss:How Carlo played a major role in jumpstarting our mission.Carlo's former life as a cyclist for the National Team and a resulting eating disorder.How he became a cameraman instead, and why it was a very fair trade.The real reason why I think I became Chief Business Officer at Google X.Stoicism, and revisiting my talk with Donald Robertson (Slo Mo episodes 67 & 68)How a sports psychiatrist changed his life.The sheer bliss of altitude training in the Sierra Nevada and the effects on the ego.Stress + Rest = Growth"Embrace the suck."Why Slo Mo hasn't been very slow lately.The impending merge of the virtual and real worlds.How do we know what's real and what's fake anymore?Can we even handle the truth anymore?Whatever comes our way, we need to find our place at the top of the mountain.YouTube: @mogawdatofficial  (link to this episode: youtu.be/vcx3lOrzajM)Instagram: @mo_gawdatFacebook: @mo.gawdat.officialTwitter: @mgawdatLinkedIn: /in/mogawdatWebsite: mogawdat.comConnect with Carlo van Lienden on Instagram @carlo_van_liendenDon't forget to subscribe to Slo Mo for new episodes every Sunday. Only with your help can we reach One Billion Happy #onebillionhappy

The Cycling Podcast
S10 Ep123: Stage 15 | Martos – Sierra Nevada | Vuelta a España 2022

The Cycling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 60:04


The Cycling Podcast's coverage of the 2022 Vuelta a España will follow the race from Utrecht in the Netherlands to the capital of Spain, Madrid, with daily episodes after each of the stages. Join Daniel Friebe and friends as they analyse the race, catch up with the riders and capture the spirit of the Vuelta, the third and final grand tour of the pro cycling season. In this episode, Daniel is joined by Brian Nygaard. Daily features include El Ritmo de la Vuelta (The Rhythm of La Vuelta), El Encuentro del Día (The Meeting of the Day), El Resumen a Contrarreloj (The Stage Summary Time Trial) and La Etapa de Mañana, la Cena de Ayer (Tomorrow's Stage, Yesterday's Food). The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com Science in Sport For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. MAAP The Cycling Podcast has joined forces with MAAP. The Cycling Podcast collection will be released soon, with the winning jersey design, Dot, taking centre stage. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 60 exclusive episodes. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.

Snail Trail 4x4
326: Who Was At Sierra Trek 2022?

Snail Trail 4x4

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 103:30 Very Popular


Sierra Trek is located in the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains at the pristine Meadow Lake. The Sierra Trek event is one of the California Four Wheel Drive Association's fundraisers. It's a fun event with trail rides from beginner to extreme and even side by sides. In this episode, Jimmy interviews the booths that were at Sierra Trek while Tyler was running around and playing at winch hill 4. WE ARE GIVING AWAY A WINCH! All you have to do to enter is leave us a review on iTunes/Apple Podcasts! Once we reach 500 reviews, we will do the drawing from those 500 reviews! At 300, 350, 400, and 450 reviews, we will do giveaways for some fun swag packs as well! So get your reviews in! Congrats to PEDDY1111 for winning the 300 swag-away! And Six String Trucker for winning the 350 swag-away! And Martlovesgarlic for winning the 400th! CALL US AND LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL!!!! We want to hear from you even more!!! You can call and say whatever you like! Ask a question, leave feedback, correct some information about welding, say how much you hate your jeep, and wish you had a Toyota! We will air them all, live, on the podcast! +01-916-345-4744. If you have any negative feedback, you can call our negative feedback hotline, 408-800-5169. Episode 326 is brought to you by all of our peeps over at patreon.com and irate4x4! Make sure to stop by and see all of the great perks you get for supporting SnailTrail4x4! Discount Codes, Monthly Give-Aways, Gift Boxes, the SnailTrail4x4 Community, and the ST4x4 Treasure Hunt! Thank you to all of those that support us! We wouldn't be able to do it without you guys (and gals!)! As of April 1st, 2022, we will no longer be supporting Patreon! We are moving all of the "Patreon activities" over to Irate4x4.com. Make sure to head over there, cancel your SnailTrail 4x4 Patreon subscription, and sign up on irate! We will still keep Patreon up and running in case you have to keep using it, but we will not be interacting anymore on that platform. August's SnailSquad Giveaway is with Affordable Bender! We have 1 Affordable Bender and a single die lined up with Tom for a lucky winner! We have seen firsthand what these things can do, and at their price of just under $400, it's a winner if you are looking to bend some tube. Make sure you are signed up over at Irate4x4.com by August 30th to get entered! July's SnailSquad winner of the Spartan Ropes was Dave McKinney! Congratulations you won a 1" x 30ft kinetic rope and two 7/16" soft shackles to give away to a lucky winner. The total value this month is just under $300. Make sure to stop by and check out Spartan Rope for all of your pull-out needs! Listener Discount Codes: MORRFlate - snailtrail to get 10% off MORRFlate Multi Tire Inflation Deflation™ KitsIronman 4x4 - snailtrail20 to get 20% off of all Ironman 4x4 branded equipment!Sidetracked Offroad - snailtrail4x4 (lowercase)to get 15% off lights and recovery gearShock Surplus - SNAILTRAIL4x4 to get $25 off any order!Mob Armor - Snailtrail4x4 for 15% offEmpire Abrasives - Snailtrail4x4 for 10% off first order

Out of Bounds Podcast
Out Of Bounds – E216 – Simeon Glas’ Style Is Whatever He Finds First

Out of Bounds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 69:02


Out Of Bounds – E216 – Simeon Glas' Style Is Whatever He Finds First Darn Tough – Name says it all. Darn Tough Socks from Vermont, are exactly that. Merino wool and guaranteed for life. Treat your feet, you animal. Sierra Nevada – www.shop.sierranevada.com – Still the best original craft [...] The post Out Of Bounds – E216 – Simeon Glas' Style Is Whatever He Finds First appeared first on Out Of Collective.