Ouch. My cheeks hurt. I'll make these notes short and sweet; thanks to our guest David Jolly. Get at him HERE: www.instagram.com/mrdjolly On this week's show: * CLIFF- THE ICE-SKATING COWBOY CALLS IN * DOPE ON A ROPE * JUMPIN COWBOY * STRIP CLUB STEAKS * JOLLY'S RELATIONSHIP ADVICE * MEDIA PATH PODCAST PICS * SHIT BOWL CUT * DAN BE SH*TTIN EVERYWHERE * SAM'S HEADLINER PROBLEMS * POOP DEAL WITH MAISIE * TOP OF HEAD PONYTAILS * VITAL HERO WATCH * YOU CAN'T GET PREGNANT FROM A TOE * TECHJOLLIGY ### It's tough right now for folks. Please be nice to each other and thank you for supporting and listening to our show. We appreciate you. - d ### For all audio versions of this garbage, please go HERE: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan/id308614478 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-show TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Comedy/A-Mediocre-Time-with-Tom-and-Dan-Podcast-p393884/ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1248-a-mediocre-time-with-tom-30696640/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0IMs3hgNDuD6qI8ldHMWvH Thanks for watching us, and we'll see you again tomorrow on Twitch at 10am-ish. Like - subscribe - and use the alert thingy. T&d
Grant Cruikshank is off to the best start of his college career with eight goals and 13 points in the first 10 games this season for the St. Cloud State men's hockey team. Cruikshank is a fifth-year senior who played last season for the University of Minnesota and the three previous seasons at Colorado College. The center talks about some of the keys to his fast start (11:50), the team's 8-2 start and previews this weekend's series against Western Michigan (7-4) at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. He also discusses his family (16:00), which includes his father (Dave), mother (Bonnie) and sister (Blair). Dave and Bonnie are former Olympic speed skaters who are now skating coaches. His sister is looking to compete in speed skating in the 2026 Winter Olympics in Italy. Cruikshank talks about all this and more on this episode the Huskies Hockey Insider podcast with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten. For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live.
Riley is a 7th-grade student at Gwinnett Online Campus. She is also into rollerblading, tennis, softball, sewing, video creations, communication, and volunteer work. Riley sits down to talk to Mr. Lollis about the thrill of learning new hobbies like rollerblading, the fun, friendship, and memories that take place in the in-between moments of sports, and her commitment to helping others through her volunteer work with Bears Make a Difference. Make sure to check out her AMAZING TRAILER for the podcast. If you have a question or want to be on the podcast, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're interested in Gwinnett Online Campus, you can head over to our website and find out all about the school and the great things we have going on.Special thanks to Dr. Ray and Dr. O'Neal for making this podcast possible. Music for the podcast is "Blue Ska" by Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com and is licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License..
Here's My First Best Of The Month Episode Of The Clay Edwards Show On 103.9 WYAB Shows From The Dates Of 10/03/22 - 10/28/22 1. How not to get shot by the police 2. Thomas dies on the air 3. Do white people really smell like wet dogs? 4. Skating rink rant 5. Pissed off black lady calls in and agrees with Clay 6. JXN roadblock lawsuit 7. When everything is racist, nothing can be racist 8. Nuclear powered headlights rant 9. How not to sell a roof in Rankin county 10. I never remember the MSU or OLE MISS coach having to ask Starkville or Oxford to stop the robbing, stealing or killing for the weekend so they can have a successful homecoming weekend. 11. My lack of empathy Check out my website & all of my social channels by clicking my link tree at www.solo.to/clayedwards
What is the impact of unresolved grief? What happens when we fill our days with busy tasks to ignore the grief we feel inside? Eventually the pain will overflow and become present in other areas of our lives. So why do we bury our grief? What is the emotion we're trying to push down and avoid? Joining me for this conversation about unresolved grief is Judy Lipson. Judy Lipson is the sole survivor of three sisters, losing her sister Jane in 1981 at age twenty-two in an automobile accident, and nine years later her sister Margie at age thirty-five after a twenty-year battle with anorexia and bulimia. For thirty years, Judy suppressed her grief and in 2011 founded Celebration of Sisters, an annual ice skating fundraiser to commemorate the lives and memories of her beloved sisters Margie and Jane to benefit Massachusetts General Hospital. Skating is a sport the Lipson sisters shared and brought Judy full circle back to her sisters. Judy published articles for The Open to Hope Foundation, The Centering Organization, Grief Healing, and Love and Loss. Massachusetts General Hospital and SKATING Magazine featured numerous pieces on Judy's philanthropic work. Judy has appeared as a guest on The Open to Hope, The Morning Glory, Surviving Sibling Loss, Where's The Grief, Good Grief and U.S. Figure Skating Voices From The Ice Podcasts. Her passion for figure skating secured the recipient of U.S. Figure Skating Association 2020 Get Up Award. Judy's memoir, Celebration of Sisters: It Is Never Too Late To Grieve, released December 2021 by WriteLife Publishing. www.judylipson.org **TRIGGER WARNING** This episode covers sensitive subject matter and is not suitable for all listeners. If this topic could be a trigger for you, listen to this episode with a friend, a sibling, a loved one or a parent so you can talk about any emotions that come up for you. The contents of this episode are not intended to replace therapy and should not be taken as such. If you need immediate help, please call the crisis hotline listed below in our resources. Listen in as we talk about: [2:00] Judy's journey through grief with the loss of her two sisters unexpectedly when she was only 25 [7:00] Pushing down the grief and how her parents coped with these two traumatic losses [13:40] How losing her father sparked the beginning of her grief journey [17:00] Why we don't talk about grief and loss [24:10] Why Judy was never angry about her significant losses [25:00] The grief work she did once she was ready [26:30] How writing her story helped her remember the memories that trauma had caused her to forget [28:30] The Skating Piece [32:55] The differences she noticed within herself through grief work [34:55] What self love looks like for Judy today Resources mentioned in this episode: Rock On: Mining for Joy in the Deep River of Sibling Grief by Susan E. Casey The Compassionate Friends: https://www.compassionatefriends.org/ Open To Hope: https://www.opentohope.com/ Grief Hotline: https://www.griefresourcenetwork.com/crisis-center/hotlines/ Connect with Judy here: https://www.instagram.com/celebofsisters/ www.twitter.com/celebofsisters https://www.linkedin.com/in/judylipson/?l https://www.facebook.com/judylipsonauthor www.judylipson.org Connect with Susan Instagram Facebook YouTube http://susanecasey.com/ TikTok
Embracing winter. Enjoying winter. That is our theme this winter. One way we embrace winter is taking our kids out skating. Today we discuss what we did to take our toddlers skating for the first time last year. Our Skating Comfort Level: Adrianna was a competitive speed skater, and taught that! Adrianna's husband coached hockey growing up Lauren's husband is a professional hockey player Lauren can't stop on skates… What We Did: We chose outdoor locations - the mountains, frozen lake, outdoor rink…free!! Chose not too cold and not too windy days Indoor rinks would be good too Kept it short and sweet (small exposures are key) Pause for warm drink, and go again! “Practise” in gear with skate guards at home Gear: Bundled up in our 3 layer rule – https://kidswhoexplore.com/podcasts/ep-36-the-three-layer-winter-rule/ Many equipment rental options! Hockey helmets – Bauer, Youth, Adjustable (with cage option) Skates – Bauer, Size 7 (borrow or second-hand options) Bring a sled with blanket Warm beverage! Allow your child to take the lead in their comfort level! You build the experience, and they can choose their own adventure within that. Also, you can always invite friends! The seasons go by so fast – enjoy it! Thank you to Keen Footwear for sponsoring today's podcast! Check out www.keenfootwear.com Today's Host: @adriannaadventures & @laurenrodycheberle from @kidswhoexplore Production: @kpmediaproductions. Music: @michaelferraro_music
Silicon Valley is home to some of the world's most innovative products and companies. Mighty among them are the design firms that help build and shape those products. In this episode of Before IT Happened, Tark Abed, founder and CEO of the product design consultancy Mighty Studios, talks to host Donna Loughlin about how he became an industrial designer, what his first years in the industry were like just down the street from Stanford's Institute of Design a.k.a. the d.school in Palo Alto, and how he eventually founded his own design studio. Tune in to hear all about Tark's career building cutting-edge products and to hear what role Tark says design has to play in our future. Before any world-changing innovation, there was a moment, an event, a realization that sparked the idea before it happened. This is a podcast about that moment — about that idea. Before IT Happened takes you on a journey with the innovators who imagined — and are still imagining — our future. Join host Donna Loughlin as her guests tell their stories of how they brought their visions to life. JUMP STRAIGHT INTO: (02:33) -Tark Abed, a kid with limitless vision - “We started visualizing and conceiving things like spaceships and lots of sci-fi stuff. And as we got exposed to more and more of those movies, that became sort of a passion of ours.” (04:51) - Skating his way through life - “Skateboarding, failing, getting back up again, doing it differently, learning and moving forward, it's sort of a metaphor for life, but it's also a pretty powerful metaphor for the design process.” (07:45) - Turning his passion into a career in industrial design - “Fundamentally there was formality behind what I had been doing my entire life. There was a discipline there and there was a process too, which was also fascinating.” (18:14) - Deciding which design projects to develop - “The kind of work we do echoes what's happening in Silicon Valley, right? So, in the early years, it was sort of IoT smart devices. Then it was sort of wearable technology devices, wrist-worn, rings. Robotics, now, is trending. Drones were trending for a little while.” (22:02) - Connecting people remotely pre-Zoom - “We worked with these amazing acoustics engineers, video engineers. We even worked with a Hollywood movie director on the best type of lighting to create in this environment.” (24:49) - Designing to solve - “If we're designing a technology that is wearable for seniors, we'll go to assisted living facilities or people that are aging in place and learn about their habits and behaviors and their pain points and so forth. It's only after you do that, and you compile that data that you start to see patterns emerge, and that's a really exciting part of the process.” (31:07) The future of industrial design - “What I'm interested to see unfold over the next few years is like—as technologies get more miniaturized, more dense—where they end up, right? Are we going to have smart clothing? Now we have smart jewelry and smart watches, but what else could that be? And what are the consumer behaviors that are responding to that. And what are the needs?” EPISODE RESOURCES: Connect with Tark Abed on https://www.linkedin.com/in/tark-abed-0a76a21/ (Linkedin) Learn more about https://mighty-studios.com/ (Mighty Studios) and follow them on https://www.instagram.com/_mightystudios/ (Instagram) Read Content Magazine's https://issuu.com/content-magazine/docs/device_11.2_fulldigital/s/10202783 (profile on Mighty Studios) Thank you for listening! Follow https://www.beforeithappened.com/ (Before IT Happened) on https://www.instagram.com/beforeithappenedshow/ (Instagram) and https://twitter.com/TheBIHShow (Twitter), and don't forget to subscribe, rate and share the show wherever you listen to podcasts! Before IT Happened is produced by https://www.linkedin.com/in/donnal2/ (Donna Loughlin) and https://www.studiopodsf.com/ (StudioPod Media)...
What's up, dudes? I'm joined by Kids of the Kingdom Mike Westfall of Advent Calendar House and Charlie Ague of Closer to Christmas to discuss this 1985 single broadcast “Magic Kingdom Yuletide Special!” Scrooge McDuck can't fathom the magic of Christmastide, so Mickey and Santa Goofy contribute to his conversion through song and dance! Skating? Yep. Singing? Check. Nightmare-inspired bipedal horses prancing? Definitely! So put on your Victorian bonnet, grab your ice skates, and magically teleport into this episode!Advent Calendar HouseFB: @adventcalendarhouseTwitter: @adventcalhouseIG: @adventcalendarhouseCloser to ChristmasTwitter: @closertoxmas IG: @closertoxmasAgue DesignsIG: @aguedesignsCheck us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Totally Rad Christmas Mall & Arcade, Teepublic.com, or TotallyRadChristmas.com! Later, dudes!
In the 112th episode of The Strength Connection Podcast, Mike and our special guest, StrongFirst Team Leader, Os Aponte, will talk about reasons to get your kids into skateboarding, taekwondo vs. kung fu, the evolution of Os' training routine, sustainability, and more.Join us in this insightful and captivating talk! In this chapter, you will discover:(1:00) Introducing our special guest StrongFirst Team Leader, Os Aponte @ironcoreway(2:10) Iron Cardio by Brett Jones @brettjonessfghttps://strongandfit.com/products/iron-cardio-by-brett-jones (2:45) Os' origin story(3:00) Skating with two uncles(3:45) Martial arts(4:30) What fascinated Os?(5:10) Getting in Army(7:40) Reasons to get your kids into skateboarding(8:00) “It's about falling in love with the process.” - Os Aponte @ironcoreway(9:10) “Don't practice until you get it right. Practice until you can't get it wrong.” - Michael Kurkowski @mike_strength_connection(11:35) More about martial arts(13:00) Taekwondo vs. kung fu(16:40) Shout out to Pavel Tsatsouline @strongfirst(16:58) Shout out to Marty Gallagher(17:40) Enter the kettlebell book(17:50) Getting RKC certificate(18:05) “If you're going to become certified, the goal for you should be to go show up and have fun.” - Os Aponte @ironcoreway(19:45) The reason behind liking RKC(21:00) Modern contemporary dance lessons(24:00) “Creativity is bred from foundational work.” - Michael Kurkowski @mike_strength_connection(27:50) Movement is a language(29:35) Movement learning theory(31:10) Shout out to John Engelmann(32:00) Shout out to Brett Jones @brettjonessfg(32:35) What's next?(35:35) Evolution of Os' training routine(37:40) Os' current training routine(39:50) About sustainability(47:30) The beauty of StrongFirst @strongfirst(48:05) Shout out to Karen Smith @_coach_karen_(51:10) Shout out to Tim Almond(52:10) Tips for high intermediate students(54:05) Shout out to Brian Grasso(55:10) “We're not just searching for the right answer, which is searching for another possible answer.” - Michael Kurkowski @mike_strength_connection(56:00) Being in the slow lane(57:25) Where to find Os Aponte? @ironcorewayhttps://www.ironcoreway.com/
Sifu Elvis Stojko is a Martial Arts Practitioner and instructor, Actor, author, and multi-awarded Olympic medallist Figure Skater. A true drive or a true inspiration can only come from within. It cannot be an external source… Sifu Elvis Stojko - Episode 754 If you ask Sifu Elvis Stojko which came first, Skating or Martial Arts? Sifu Stojko will say Skating. However, the story of how Martial arts helped his career is nothing short of astounding. In this episode, Sifu Elvis Stojko shares his journey to the Martial Arts, how Kung Fu has helped his skating career, and more importantly how it changed his life. Listen to learn more! Show Notes In this episode, we mentioned Glen Doyle's episode. Know more about Sifu Elvis by visiting his website.
HOUR 2: Does Giants DC Wink Martindale's familiarity with Baltimore give the Giants the edge on Sunday? Mraz goes Up The Gut with his NFL picks & Football Food of the Week, plus Bogusch is Stunned To a News. Also, Gelb's Gambles as Zach tries to bounce back from another horrific week.
In this week's episode I got some 1 on 1 time with Professor Tom Knox of Elite Team Visalia. We talk what it takes to run a top notch academy. What are the best rule sets out there for BJJ competition and some ADCC REAL talk no punches pulled.
Due to life circumstances and natural disasters, Rebekah and Melissa are shaking it up this week with a recap episode 6 of the new Bravo show, Real Girlfriends in Paris. Melissa is skeptical of these young women and their perfect faces, and she isn't charmed by the croissants they wear or eat. Rebekah, on the other hand, finds the girls' and their lives fascinating and dare we say, winsome? But both agree there could be a touch more darkness in the city of Lights — but they will keep watching if only for the cheese, frítes, and to see if any of the girls ever get a zit or even just mild bloating. It's back to regular programming NEXT WEEK, when Melissa will share an all new episode. As a reminder, she gave us the following 3 clues: COOKING, SKATING, BOXING Follow us on Instagram @criminalityshow + TikTok @criminalitypodcastTikTok You can say hi and tell us what you're watching: email@example.com Enjoy the show? Please rate/review then share with a friend because loving REALITY isn't a CRIME! https://podfollow.com/criminality Bravo TV: Real Girlfriends in Paris https://www.bravotv.com/the-daily-dish/who-is-the-cast-of-bravos-real-girlfriends-in-paris-info Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on the show, we're talking about Hooray Foods Awesome Bacon, vegan options at Vietvana in Avondale Estates, and trying Noble Jerky!Show notes:The movie that Dave saw was Barbarian.The sci-fi TV show we talked about was For All Mankind on Apple TV+News Item: People in NYC are clutching their pearls about Slutty Vegan. We are not going to link to this story, because it is too ridiculous.The other Vietvana location is in Ponce City Market.Here's our New York episode!New Item: Hooray Foods Rolls Out New “AWESOMER” Plant-Based Bacon Across US Here's the episode where we first learned about Noble Jerky/Urbani Foods.The other vegan jerky that we mention in the snack segment are Stonewall's Jerquee and Beyond Jerky.Thank you so much for listening. We record these episodes for you, and we'd love to hear from you. Got a favorite vegan treat that you think we should cover on the podcast? Send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Host Jacoby Cochran always says when he pictures Chicago, the first neighborhood that pops in his head is Auburn Gresham. Growing up, visiting granny, and attending elementary school in the neighborhood cemented his love early. He joins Simone Alicea at the Auburn Park Lagoon for a stroll down memory lane. They also discuss some of his favorite things to do, see, and eat in Auburn Gresham. Jacoby's List: Auburn Park Lagoon Foster Park Dan Ryan Woods Great Wall of Chicago MLK Entertainment Center Exclusive Golden Tropical World Harold's Jerk Villa Eat & Run The Hoagie Place Maxwell's Cookie's Cocktail Lounge Some good news: Citywide Karaoke Competition Follow us on Twitter: @CityCastChicago Sign up for our newsletter: chicago.citycast.fm Call or Text Us: (773) 780-0246 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you are looking to get a surf skate or want to get started surf skating, this guide will break down what surf skate we recommend and give you a few drills to get started.Start the free OMBE Method Training Programhttps://community.ombe.co/courses/6865409Not sure where to start with OMBE or what programs is for you?https://www.ombe.co/where-to-start-with-ombeStart 2 Week Free Trial and get all the Training:https://www.ombe.co/shopSubscribe to our coaching newsletterhttps://ombe97827.activehosted.com/f/2Full written guide:https://www.ombe.co/guides/what-surf-skate-do-we-recommendJoin the Free OMBE Communityhttps://community.ombe.co/sign_upSubmit an episode suggestion:https://www.ombe.co/indepthasurfingpodcast
Todd Richards is a pro snowboarder, action sports commentator, podcaster and entrepreneur. Todd grew up in Paxton, Massachusetts and got into skateboarding and punk rock. Skating was one of the first things Todd was passionate about and he could see progression happening and that was the backbone for everything.Snowboarding came along initially as something to do in the winter months when the vert ramps got too icy to skate. A friend introduced him to competing right at the time when the birth of snowboard halfpipes started. The rest is history. Todd went on to win multiple X Games medals, two U.S. Open halfpipe titles and was on the first ever US Halfpipe Team at the Winter Olympics in 98.Nowadays Richards hosts the Monday M.A.S.S podcast with friend Chris Cote, commentates on various skateboarding, snowboarding and action sports events such as Dew Tour, Jackalope Festival and the Olympics for NBC. Works with Quiksilver on Marketing, is part of The Sports Management Mastermind and has a number of investment ventures.Tune in to find out about how Todd got into snowboarding, what it was like competing in snowboarding's Olympic debut. His career change to becoming a sports commentator and host, preserving snowboarding's culture plus loads more.Enjoy and get rad!You can follow what Todd Richards is up to on Instagram at btoddrichards and be sure to check out Sports Management Mastermind. Like what you hear? Please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference. The Rad Season Action Sports Podcast come out across all podcast players with a new episode every Monday. For show notes and past guests, please visit: radseason.com/magazine/Follow Rad Season:Website: radseason.comTwitter: twitter.com/radseasonInstagram: instagram.com/radseasonFacebook: facebook.com/radseasonLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/rad-season/YouTube: youtube.com/c/RadSeasonPast guests on The Rad Season Show include JJ Thomas, Circe Wallace, Sue Izzo, Keir Dillon, Chris Cote.
On today's episode of Locked on Oilers, we discuss the splitting of the skating groups at the Edmonton Oilers training camp! Who is skating with the NHL group and who is skating with the AHL group? Plus, who had their stock rise and who saw their stock fall after a tough 4-0 loss against the Calgary Flames? And, the Oilers made numerous moves today, who is heading where after cuts are made, at Oilers training camp? All that and much more on today's episode of Locked on Oilers! Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Locked on Oilers Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We've had a few requests for New York City topics on our Channel 11's so here we go! We talk about our experiences growing up skating in NYC and what makes it different from other cities around the world, from skitching through the streets, sneaking onto trains to get around, and running into other skaters at spots.
In this episode, The Annuity Man discussed: The good and the bad of taxes Skating behind the puck with taxes Does inflation really affect you? Choosing simple solutions for retirement Key Takeaways: It's important to pay your taxes. Your money goes into good things like infrastructure, security and other things. However, it does get a little predatory, politicians play games with it, and you don't know when the rules are going to change. None of us know what's going to happen with tax policy in the future. So why would you plan around it? It's like skating behind the puck when you should be skating where the puck is going to be. You can't do that with the IRS. If you have millions and millions of dollars but you're talking about how inflation affects you, then you're just parroting what the media says. You're not really being honest with yourself if inflation does affect your life or not. Don't let the taxman live in your head for free. If you've won the game, then the solution for your retirement is very simple. Don't complicate your plans because of taxes. "Stop living your life by the tax code, stop doing financial planning by the tax code, stop it. Go live your life. You're driving yourself crazy." — Stan the Annuity Man Connect with The Annuity Man: Website: http://theannuityman.com/ Email: Stan@TheAnnuityMan.com Book: Owner's Manuals: https://www.stantheannuityman.com/how-do-annuities-work YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCXKKxvVslbeGAlEc5sra2g Get a Quote Today: https://www.stantheannuityman.com/annuity-calculator!
The Hodge Pack welcomes Clyde Head Football Coach Danny Dudgeon to the show. He breaks down the exciting start to his second year leading the Bulldogs. Also Erica Pangburn with Global Samaritan of Abilene gives the Pack some hot sport opinions on the Cowboys QB future.
Rebekah played one game of pickleball and felt fit enough to tackle the tiny tornado that is Jillian Michaels. Best known for her unforgiving training style on the hit show, The Biggest Loser, Jillian championed eating well and working out as the road to health and fitness. So it was confusing when she launched a robust line of diet pills — it was also a class action lawsuit, because research showed the pills were potentially lethal. Add in a home invasion, a Bravo feud, and a YouTube take down, and you've got one high-impact episode on your hands! For the next episode, Melissa shared 3 clues: COOKING, SKATING, BOXING Follow us on Instagram @criminalityshow + TikTok @criminalitypodcastTikTok You can say hi and tell us what you're watching: email@example.com Enjoy the show? Please rate/review then share with a friend because loving REALITY isn't a CRIME! https://podfollow.com/criminality SOURCES TODAY.COM https://www.today.com/popculture/biggest-loser-trainer-jillian-michaels-breaks-rules-ruben-studdard-returns-2D11582675 THE COME BACK https://thecomeback.com/pop-culture/biggest-loser-jillian-michaels-lawsuit-youtube-lionsgate.html THETHINGS.COM https://www.thethings.com/15-unflattering-facts-about-fitness-expert-jillian-michaels/ CASE TEXT https://casetext.com/case/friedman-v-michaels US MAGAZINE https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/pictures/jillian-michaels-biggest-feuds-through-the-years/jillian-vs-andy-cohen/ COURTHOUSE NEWS https://www.courthousenews.com/jillian-michaels-detoxmight-kill-class-claims/ WEST LAW https://today.westlaw.com/Document/I3c26909090db11eba611ab8310549db5/View/FullText.html?transitionType=SearchItem&contextData=(sc.Default)&firstPage=true DAILY NEWS https://www.dailynews.com/2016/03/03/mans-conviction-upheld-for-driving-bentley-stolen-from-jillian-michaels/ MY LIFETIME https://www.mylifetime.com/she-did-that/february-18-1974-personal-trainer-and-fitness-guru-jillian-michaels-was-born#:~:text=Her%20metamorphosis%20to%20fitness%20guru,belt%20and%20gained%20self%2Dconfidence. A and E BIOGRAPHY https://web.archive.org/web/20120205113144/http://www.biography.com/people/jillian-michaels-5948?page=2 YOU TUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fX6lTCIpHo BRAVO.COM https://www.bravotv.com/watch-what-happens-live-with-andy-cohen/season-9/episode-28/videos/after-show-jillians-workout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Rachel and Michelle finish off with some more melodrama in season 14 Ep 9-10 of Heartland Michelle Benson https://twitter.com/michelleRbenson For our 2nd interview with Amber Marshall https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgQJ6M9yQUU For our interview with Amber Marshall https://youtu.be/oVwFxLR77sU For our interview with Heartland writer Heather Conkie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duhatDBNHjg For our interview with Michelle Morgan https://pdst.fm/e/traffic.megaphone.fm/ADV1834615851.mp3?updated=1633407044 For our interview with Jessica Amlee https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8ZGwN-0iDU For more from the Hallmarkies Podcast: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/hallmarkiespod Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/HallmarkiesPodcast ITunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hallmarkies-podcast/id1296728288 Merchandise: teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies Send us your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org Or call +1 (801) 855-6407 Follow Rachel's blog at http://rachelsreviews.net Follow Rachel on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow Rachel's youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6ltQGirXiCPRtiHmjy8rHQ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
By Davy Crockett You can read, listen, or watch By 1906, when the pedestrian era was over, most of the elite pedestrians turned to legitimate professions to support their families. Daniel O'Leary was traveling for a big publishing house. John “Lepper” Hughes was in the real estate business, Jimmy Albert was a Texas cattleman, Robert Vint was an oil agent in Russia. Samuel Day was a house painter in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. But many others had a darker side, driven by motivations of greed and were not necessarily the most outstanding citizens. It should not be too surprising that many were involved in wild free-spending lifestyles, scandals, illegal activities, and run-ins with the law. This episode will concentrate on the strange darker side of the sport during the late 1800s. Future episodes will focus on corruption during the races and some bizarre love triangles among the running community. Run Davy Crockett's Pony Express Trail 50 or 100-miler to be held on October 14-15, 2022, on the historic wild west Pony Express Trail in Utah. Run among the wild horses. Crew required. Your family and friends drive along with you. http://ponyexpress100.org/ Publicity Fraud and Redemption The year 1879 saw an explosion of people trying to enter the ultrarunning/pedestrian sport with at least 90 six-day races held worldwide with 900 starters. That year, Madame Waldron and Walter Moore tried their hands at going after the fame and fortune of pedestrianism. Their story is interesting because they both degraded into serious fraud but later, they turned around their lives serving the downtrodden in their community. Harriet “Hattie” L. (Waldron) Adams (1845-1911), of Brooklyn, New York (also known as Madame Waldron), became a female pedestrian in 1879. She married very young, in 1861, at the age of seventeen, to Henry Adams and they had a daughter, Emma. Henry likely died and in 1879, as the Pedestrian craze took hold in America, Hattie turned to the sport to start a new life and attempt to earn a fortune. Skating in the Brooklyn Rink In January 1879, Adams (Madame Waldron) walked 150 miles in 50 hours at the Adelphi Theatre in New York City. Next, on March 3, 1879, she competed in an “International Pedestrian and Billiard Tournament” that was held at the Brooklyn Roller Skating Rink, near Dr. Justin D. Fulton's Temple. Pedestrians, male and female from nine countries attempted various walks for huge money on seven sawdust tracks, each 20 laps to a mile, set up in the building. It was an amazing spectacle. “Its entire appearance had been changed from a mammoth, bleak and dreary barn to a bright and cheery place of amusement. Between the tracks were placed rows of evergreens, shrubs and flowing plants which gave the floor much of the appearance of a garden. Three full-sized billiard tables were placed in a space in the center of the rink. From the roof were pendant hundreds of bright flags. At the rear of the hall was a large music gallery.” Adams/Madame Waldron and one of the most famous female pedestrians, May Marshall, attempted to walk 4,000 quarter miles in 4,000 quarter hours. Adams was said to be “of large statue but attractive,” 180 pounds, and claimed to be “the heavyweight champion of America.” She did not succeed in the very difficult 1,000-mile walk but had tasted the spotlight of fame and wanted more. A couple months later, Adams competed against Walter Moore (1854-1915), a novice walker and construction worker from Brooklyn, attempting 2,700 miles in 2,700 quarter hours in Brooklyn at Bennett's Hotel on Atlantic Avenue. They did not make it, covered at least 111 miles, but they did evidently find love and got married. Walter Moore started going by the name of Charles Livingston and claimed that he successfully walked 4,000 quarter miles in 4,000 quarter hours, which was not true. Fasting for 42 Days After their short pedestrian careers were over,
TWiV discusses a new henipavirus from fruit bats in Madagascar, and attenuation of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron disease in mice caused by genome mutations outside of the spike protein coding region. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Kathy Spindler, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Research assistant position at FDA (pdf) Beijerinck virology prize (KNAW) Nipah virus vaccine (TWiV 618) Novel henipavirus from Madagascar (J Viral) Spike-independent Omicron attenuation in mice (Cell Rep) Letters read on TWiV 933 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – Small groups: 3. Modern Jazz Quartet. Signature song: Skating in Central Park. Signature album: Django. Brianne – To Prevent a Martian Plague, NASA Needs to Build a Very Special Lab Kathy – Physics Girl – Overnight in the Most Remote Camp on Earth Vincent – Lab leaders wrestle with paucity of postdocs Listener Picks Gary – Stan Kenton Orchestra Miguel – Microsoft Premonition Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to email@example.com
On today's episode co-hosts Hayden and Marcus are joined by skateboarder Ray Nina. On this episode Ray and the gang talk about the benefits of lifting for skateboarding, how Ray got to skate with Lil Wayne, and Miami's culture and evolution. Be sure to Subscribe/Rate/Review the podcast. Follow the @hybridunltd podcast IG and screenshot & share this episode in your stories! Tag @hybridunltd @hybridlegacy @steficohen @hayden.bowe you never know when we might decide to surprise drop some HYBRID Legacy swag on you for vibin with us.⠀ This episode of HYBRID UNLTD is sponsored by two amazing partners: Our friends at Beam, the makers of our favorite night cap Beam Dream. Get 15% off your order with code: HYBRID.
Pete is joined by the very funny comedian Chris Scriva. Chris spent a lot of time in the Chicago stand-up/improv scene. He is now here in Pittsburgh, bullying small children at skate parks. If you live in Erie, go to Chris's show at the Erie Movie House on September 10th @8pm. Hope you enjoy the episode.ticket link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-bad-comedy-comedy-tour-tickets-400491891027?aff=ebdssbdestsearchChris's IG: chrisscrivacomedytiktok: ShredLord420IG: @petemorriscomedy YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaSnHvPkgige_GX2C4YedeQtik tok: @wellseepodEmail us something mean: firstname.lastname@example.orgIntro Song:Easy Rider by: Action Bronson, Arian Asllani, Justin Nealis, Mahzhar Alanson, Zafer HakansoyAlbum: Mr. Wonderful
Sports, at their highest levels, are shaped by lifetimes dedicated to practicing, strategizing and anticipating. The same goes for cybersecurity. Although, in our world, it's not a game and there are no set parameters. On today's episode, host David Puner speaks with Clarence Hinton, CyberArk Chief Strategy Officer, Head of Corporate Development about looking into the future and preparing for the unknown. Like hockey, it's about skating to where the puck's going – not where it's been.
Eric Schrijn is a street skater with legendary status and infinite wisdom. He was the winner of the first ever IMYTA street contest, he's had timeless video sections, magazine covers, pro model products and X Games hardware. While he was making this happen, he was also dealing with a family suicide, a diagnosis of bi-polar and managing all of that. Throughout it all, Eric has been on the forefront of progression as an athlete and as a person, he's one of my favorite athletes to travel, hang and podcast with. Some good stories come out of this one. Eric Schrijn Show Notes 3:30: California fires, Escondido, blind dad, money, and California kid 14:00: Inline hockey, Chris Edwards, religion, sponsorship, and contests 21:30: Stanley: Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there 10 Barrel Brewery: Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone 23:30: Pioneer of the home study program, X Games, TV, The GAP and money 30:00: Focusing on filming, IMYTA, give and take of skating, losing his brother and cannabis 41:30: Rollerblade: Ski season may be over but that feeling lasts all year with inline skating Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 43:00: More cannabis, Razors, bi-polar diagnosis, K2, and skate milestones 55:00: The end of pro, growing cannabis for a living, hos growing ends, 72:00: Inappropriate Questions with Louie Zamora and Mike Powell
For this Channel 11, we discuss the "Do's and Don'ts" of skating IN OUR OPINION. We all know there are no "rules" to skating but these are some that we go by growing up skating in New York. What are your thoughts and rules you go by?
I’ve known Shawn for 32 years. That’s a long time. We lived together, booked shows together at the Canton Y (well, he did mostly…my band just played a lot) and saw a ton of shows together. We have been through a lot and I appreciate his friendship. I figured it was time I had him […]
Louie Zamora came from nothing to become one of his most influential inline skaters. He was a street skater whose video parts still hold up, a contest skater who podiumed at X and Gravity, an entrepreneur who was responsible for important brands, and a victim of the opioid crisis that's turning his life around. This podcast was a fun and heavy way to catch up with an old friend and relive his past. Eric Schrijn asks the Inappropriate Questions. Louie Zamora Show Notes 3:30: Revenge of the Nerds, LA life, being small, video games, and moving to San Diego 14:00: Beach culture, inline skates, it's so natural, culture, proving himself to the Esco Zoo 15:30: Product testing with Rollerblade, hammers, and injuries 21:00: Stanley: Get 30% off sitewide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there 10 Barrel Brewery: Buy their beers; they support action sports more than anyone 23:00: Getting flowed Rollerblade skates, Randy Spizer, getting a contract from Rollerblade, and Senate 32:00: His HS life, going to K2, and contests 40:00: Rollerblade: Ski season may be over, but that feeling lasts all year with inline skating Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 42:00: Being too cool for things, Gravity Games, X-Games, and a tour bus ending an era at K2 51:00: Creating a skate brand on an airplane, not seeing eye to eye with Powerslide, and leaving skating for the first time 58:00: Coming back to K2, creating a program together, our falling out and Orien Live 64:00: Getting hit by a car, addiction and isolation, living on the streets, and getting life back together 60:00: Inappropriate Questions with Eric Schrijn