Arcand starts the Sunday service taking a look at the Red Sox latest skid, this time its into the all-star break, which can't get here soon enough John Henry has something to say about what goes into his decisions Christian also wonders what Devers and Bogaerts are worth
Grateful to have you stop by to get my insight on what's happening in the sports universe as the latest episode has dropped! On deck: (3:45) Are we surprised that the Tampa Bay Lightning have made it back to the Stanley Cup Finals? They sure made me look like a fool (if you've listened to my takes over the past year plus) They will go for their third straight Cup championship which hasn't happened in almost 40 years. I'll discuss their series win over the Rangers, as well as, a postmortem on the Rangers postseason. Then preview a Final that will have a rested, high powered Avalanche team against the two time defending champs with a prediction as to who'll raise the Cup when it's all said and done. (23:36) The NBA Finals have been quite the battle as the Warriors led by Steph Curry, had a Game 4 for the ages in bringing the series back to the Bay Area tied at 2. What could we possibly expect over the next couple of games at the very least? Will the Celtics continue their perfect record after a loss? Same for the Warriors? What about Jayson Tatum as he's been subpar this series and needs to have that signature game? A lot to uncover as we get closer to crowning an NBA champion. Also, a new coaching hire in Charlotte (former Nets coach, Kenny Atkinson) Was it a good move? (34:54) As I turn my attention to baseball, the Yankees and Braves are flying high, while the Dodgers, Brewers and White Sox (a tough few days for manager, Tony LaRussa) are sliding a bit. The Yanks have won 11 of 12, but the competition will heat up over the next two weeks. The Braves have a soft schedule as they chase the Mets in the NL East. Meanwhile, the Dodgers have lost 9 of 13 and will lose a key member to their starting rotation, the Brewers snapped an eight game losing streak and what was Tony LaRussa thinking about intentionally walking a batter with TWO STRIKES?? I'll cover the baseball landscape as we're a little more than a month from the All-Star Game. (44:18) The first ever LIV Golf League event took place over the weekend where Charl Schwartzel was the winner pocketing almost more than half of what he would make at a major, let alone a regular golf tournament. With the PGA suspending players who've defected to the LIV league, not playing in any future events, will the current players on the Tour not make the jump and keep their Tour status in tact? (47:27) I'll briefly discuss The Belmont Stakes and how Kentucky Derby winner Rich Strike showed us who we exactly thought he would be, ending up in sixth place as Mo Donegal was your winner to close out the Triple Crown of Horse Racing. (49:21) I'll cap off the pod with some news and notes in the NFL. Whether it's the ongoing Deshaun Watson saga, the Broncos impending new ownership and how do the Rams do it when it comes to manipulating the salary cap as they re-sign both Aaron Donald and Cooper Kupp to big extensions to go along with Matthew Stafford, Bobby Wagner, Allen Robinson, etc. (53:17) Of course, there's my Hero and Zero of the Week. (54:33) And a programming note for the podcast this coming Thursday that I'll keep you up to date as we get closer. Follow me on any of my social media accounts which are connected below. Please subscribe, leave a rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, Luminary, Amazon Music and iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. If you'd like to contribute to the production of the podcast, please visit my Patreon page at: www.patreon.com/TheJAYREELZPodcast Many thanks for all of your love and support. Intro/outro music by Cyklonus. LINKS TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jayreelz-podcast/id1354797894 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr SPREAKER: https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-jayreelz-podcast_2 STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast iHEARTRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-jayreelz-podcast-43104270/ LUMINARY: https://luminarypodcasts.com/listen/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast/f9527dd9-47ea-4ed9-92cf-32af9bfa95ad?country=US SPOTIFY TRAILER: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7nZZlvPRAly5irLRSG2qxq?si=rTKCQKnZRNC_VK-_uIWNJA AMAZON MUSIC: https://www.amazon.com/The-JAYREELZ-Podcast/dp/B08K58SW24/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+jayreelz+podcast&qid=1606319520&sr=8-1 SPOTIFY PODCAST LINK: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVD
JD, Blake and Ailish share their positive takeaways from the Leafs' first round series, including Jack Campbell's strong play, Mitch Marner exorcising his past playoff demons, and Jason Spezza's leadership. Afterwards, the team dives into their negative observations, ranging from the Leafs' inconsistent depth contributions to John Tavares' revolving door of linemates (19:29). Later, the crew chats about the Blue Jays dropping two of three against Tampa and the team's ongoing offensive struggles. They also weigh in on the Suns' blowout loss to Dallas in Game 7 and Giannis Antetokounmpo bowing out against the Celtics to end Milwaukee's title reign (37:08). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
On this week's Bullsh*t pod Ron and Chevy discuss the return of Patrick Williams and and the Lonzo return status. (5:55) then recap last weeks games (12:50). Next they preview the upcoming schedule (40:00) and give an update on their NCAA Tournament bracket (47:30), answer some listener questions(53:10), and discuss the books Ron has read this year in entertainment corner (1:07:40).Twitter/Instagram @Bullshtpod and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
NBA Columnist/Analyst for Forbes Sports, Shane Young joins KNBR Tonight with Dieter to breakdown how the Warriors could perform in the playoffs as they keep skidding this last month of the season See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Latest Spoken Label session features the amazing Rebecca Kenny talking about her debut poetry collection 'Crash and Burn'. 'Crash and Burn' covers the events off "At 7.21am on October 1st 2021, Rebecca Kenny was driving to work when she lost control of her car. Skidding on oil and into the path of an oncoming vehicle, she was directly hit, breaking her back, neck, pelvis and sternum - a grand and somewhat impressive total of eleven bones. Following a week in a Major Trauma Centre and extensive physiotherapy, she was able to return home to recover. It was here she decided to document her journey. Crash & Learn is a collection of poetry written between October 1st and New Year's Day 2022, as Rebecca recovered from her injuries and learned to live with the massive changes the accident had made to her life. It explores the complex process of recovery, both physical and mental, and how a person learns to adjust to a new normal following a traumatic and life-changing event. Rebecca also runs the publishing house 'Bent Key Publishing' and more details about that and her book can be found at: https://www.bentkeypublishing.co.uk/ Pieces read out in this session include: 1. String Theory 2. The body I used to have 3. Elephant Juice 4. Lads
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Christian and Anna each tell each other a fact about themselves that the other doesn't know, Anna details her scary snow driving experience this past weekend, and Christian talks about a fictitious childhood figure he used to have a fear of. January 19, 2022.
For Topic Tuesday, the guys talk with Jack McCauley, American inventor and educator at the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation at UC Berkeley. Actually, he's a car guy who has designed for Guitar Hero, Forza Motorsports, Gran Turismo 2, and Oculus VR. They discuss his various car builds over the years, acknowledge the importance of sound, talk about the future of EVs, and offer advice to listeners considering an electric vehicle… Seasons 1-8 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide, and Season 9 coming soon! Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at email@example.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!
Karma... it's not necessarily a concept that many of us think of every day. More than likely, that word pops into our heads when we've caught ourselves acting like a bitch to someone who definitely didn't observe it. "Just wait till karma catches up with you...!"Others, myself included, have had some serious introspective moments when faced with our own mortality... or the death of someone close to us. I remember taking a long hard look at the afterlife and karma when I was first diagnosed with cancer, then again when my mother died. Media and popular culture may only point to karma when something bad happens, but at it's original core, what IS it?At its base, karma can be simply defined as cause and effect. But that doesn't mean that it is a simple concept. When my mom died, I remember feeling super guilty about all of the negative interactions and unkind attitudes I threw at her, especially when I was an adult. I harbored a lot of resentment because I had been abused growing up, and I certainly wasn't proud of the way I treated her. After the way I acted toward my mom... would anything bad happen to me? What happened to all that negative energy that existed between us for so long? Needless to say, karma definitely came up as a recurring thought. So then... What is karma? It isn't every single action and reaction that exists or happens in the Universe. It is the result of how we act. and it all starts with our MIND. If we investigate our minds and look at the patterns in our own consciousness, we begin to see that those patterns determine how the world responds to us. Think of karma as planting seeds. If you plant the seed of a maple tree, you are going to grow a maple. You won't end up with a pine or oak. So what seeds are WE planting? And even further down the link... which ones are we watering? Another key part of understanding karma is intention. Skidding on wet or icy roads and hitting another car is quite different than plowing into another car because you hate them and INTEND to hurt them, right? And the way the victim acts will definitely change depending on those intentions! And there are long and short-term intentions. Jack Kornfield described long-term intention as characterized, in some way, by the direction that we set our heart. While we may not see the fruits or results of that intention, it will guide us in a certain direction. Short-term intention can be related to the Power of the Pause, which I talked about in episode 44. Go back to that situation you imagined last week. That moment you remembered where you were triggered, and you were moments away from a very reactionary response. To set a short-term intention, ask yourself these three questions: >> What does my best intention want to respond? >> What would honor my deepest values? >> How do I want to show up in the world? Now, through your pause, and with those best intentions in mind, you can respond more creatively. And you can see that immediate impact of karma. Cause and effect. Intentions are the way our lives come to be - they energize us to be what we can be. To manifest everything that is possible for us. But this doesn't come naturally. It’s actually a totally rebellious act to do this. So today, I want to invite you to do what I ask of my Freedom School students: set an intention (or intentions) for your day – one that you say regularly as your long-term heart intention. Ask, “What is the most important thing I can do today, or one thing I can do today, or the most important way I can BE today, that will help me move towards my highest intention?” Whatever that thing is, karma or no karma… afterlives or not… What matters is how we show up here and now. That, more than anything, shapes how we experience this life. Topics in this week’s podcast: // What IS karma? And how does it affect our lives? // Short-term vs long-term intention // 3 days to check in with the authenticity of an intention // One thing you can do every day to move you toward your highest intention Resources: // Check out this related episode: Episode 44: The Power of the Pause // If you’re new to the squad, grab the starter kit I created at RebelBuddhist.com. It has all you need to start creating a life of more freedom, adventure, and purpose. You’ll get access to the private Facebook group where you can ask me questions! Once you join, there’s also a weekly FB live called Wake the F*ck Up Wednesday, where you can ask questions that come up as you do this work – in all parts of your life. // If you’re interested in a really awesome way to make the next year your best one yet, join Freedom School. Enrollment is open! And there are some sweet bonuses for you. It will set you up to live the best version of you in the year to come. This is an amazing group of rebel women committed to creating lives of freedom, adventure and purpose. You can even gift a Freedom School membership to someone that you know could use the boost and come together! You’ll dive into getting clear about: what you want, how to clear your life of the things you don’t, skills for living an authentic life so you are out there being YOU and not what other people want you to be, and more.
The boys are back and are not in the best of moods. Both the Rangers and Islanders are dealing with losing streaks. Patrick Dowd A.K.A. Isles Sign Guy joins the show to discuss how his signs got started and the reason he does what he does. All this and...
We didn’t have a blockbuster weekend, but there are a few scores and plot lines to dive into. The pod opens with Kansas and Duke’s three-game losing streaks. How many times, ever, have these two blue bloods had three-game losing streaks at the same time? Then the guys get into Coach K’s viral moment with a student reporter (16:10) and discuss why some of the reaction was overblown. The weekend whiparound starts around the 32-minute mark, and then the mailbag (42:00) is bookended with Norlander having a little rapid-fire Q&A with GP for his 48th birthday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A very exciting week in sports! We dive deep into the college playoff rankings and our ideas on how to fix the playoffs (1:00). Next, we talk about the struggling Steelers and the NFL playoff picture (32:00). Finally, we finish up discussing Tiger and Charlie Woods and our 2020 golf superlatives (50:30). We hope you enjoy!
Audio Block Double-click here to upload or link to a .mp3. Learn more Wildling Series; Wild Adventure. Episode 13; Chapter 10: StoriesWith Atcher, Prism, and Tonic all reunited, evening is arriving. They set out dinner, arrange a camping spot, and once it was dark enough, they set up the Night Tent. The trio hug and joke and laugh as they go about their tasks. Turbine assists with starting a fire, and Steam helps find tasty plants. Undertow stays in the Seafoam Satchel and rests from a grueling day. Once they are all settled and eating their meal of roasted veggies, bread, and cheese, the friends are eager to share their stories.Prism goes first, sharing the story of taking the stream. “You were right, Tonic. The stream is part of the village, and did not allow me to swim my way around the Marginalia's twisting. I had a terrible rough time.The stream was never where it should be, and sometimes it wasn't even a stream! I would swim forward into open water, only to bash into impossible rocks and muddy banks. Everything was disorienting and uncomfortable, and I hated feeling alone. Every time I thought I was making progress, I kept finding myself back beyond the wall, or halfway out in the forest! Once I even found myself in the ocean; I had to swim a current that was hidden in a subaquatic cave to keep up with that twist. The stream did not like my affinity for water, and had to pull a lot of tricks to keep me turned around! Everyway I faced was upstream current. Undertow could barely keep up with the flickering speed of twists. Skidding along the surface as fast as a freshening wind, that Wind Rabbit almost got twisted to places without me! I had nearly made it into the middle of the village, when I came to some shallows lush with cattails and thick with mountain laurel. The fight to get there was exhausting, as whatever way I went, I was fighting current. The place was gorgeous, though, just like The Shallows at home! Undertow sniffed a laurel bloom floating in the stream, just as the place twisted again. I was horrified! I barely caught a hindfoot as I felt the waters changing, and Undertow ended up stretched thin across several waters. Poor thing was barely a puff for a while. I gathered Undertow up into my arms, calling the fierce little Gale to me across the wide winds and waters. It took forever, I was worn out from trying to stay still in the shifting river, but every moment Undertow was stretched meant another twist and a further stretch of the wind rabbit. I gathered as swiftly as I could, coiling the rabbit up and gathering as much breeze into my arms as I could; I think Undertow lost a bit of an ear, but it will heal.” Prism gently pets the sleeping rabbit in the satchel and goes on, “Once I had Undertow together I just slumped against the riverbank and stayed still, cradling the little Wind Rabbit as the world twisted around us. I think I slept that way for a while. That's where we were when Undertow heard Steam singing. I'm so glad I was already holding the rabbit, or I never would have been able to keep up! I'm so relieved to be with you both again. I missed you, my friends.” Prism finishes the story with a smile and a friendly hand-squeeze.Atcher's story is next, of using a Sudden Idea and getting help from some Bits and Pieces. “I didn't think we could just ASK for help, and I really wanted to use a Sudden Idea about maps! I opened to a fresh page in my birchbark journal, and started mapping what I could see of the town. The Sudden Idea helped orient me, and I kept track of where I'd traveled with my stratigraphy skirt. I walked around part of the outside of the Village, but the edges kept mutating, and didn't properly match up. I was sometimes one one side, sometimes another, but never going where I wanted to. I took a break to rest and re-organize my map pages; I have pieces of maps crammed in all over multiple pages. It's a mess! While resting I was reorganizing my birchbark journal, and also my bronze bag when I found a Bit hidden in the bottom! I have a Piece in my pocket, and I think I focused on that for a while; I remember the light changing. It might have been night, because I got out the folded-up Night Tent and used it as a glowing star to see by. I was eventually able to construct a Useful Device, which was reenergizing for me! Unfortunately, the Useful Device I created wasn't much help with the specific problem of navigating the Village of Twist; it allows me to see further, but as the village keeps changing and shifting, seeing distant things wasn't really pertinent. It just made me more aware of how lost I was in regards to my mission.” Atcher says while showing the crammed map pages and Useful Device to the friends. After Prism and Tonic get to examine the maps and murmur appreciatively over the Useful Device, Atcher packs them back away in the bronze bag, knowing the Useful Device will be helpful later. Tonic shares the story of befriending River Brindle, and getting guided through the ever-changing village of Twist.*Much later, Tonic learns that River Brindle journeyed far away, and the gnome realized they weren't likely to meet again. Tonic made a note in Graeme's journal, “Although having friends too far away to visit may be sad, it is good to have met them. Some friends are deeply important to us even when we only see them for a short time. Being far away doesn't end a friendship.” Tonic wished they had exchanged some way to send letters to each other. “A happy thing to look forward to from a friend is a much needed delight.” was also recorded in the journal by the gnome.The three friends are happy to be reunited, and get some much needed rest. The next morning, Tonic, Atcher, and Prism are all together, and the Lintel is close. “River Brindle said the Tree Beyond the Garden is just past this meadow, in the woods there.” Tonic points. “So after we break our fast, we'll be on our way!”With the sun already up as the friends finish breakfast, Atcher nearly manages to get the Night Tent mostly folded up again. Rather than a hand-sized glowing star, it looks more like a pillow-sized moldy sandwich, but at least it is mostly put away. The morning light warms up the wide meadow, evaporating dew, and waking the flowers. It promises to be a lovely morning, and they are almost at the end of their journey. Walking hand-in-hand-in-hand the three friends cavort across the meadow. “You know what?” Tonics asks aloud, “I feel much lighter. I don't have the urgency I felt at the start of the Wanderlust. I've traveled some, I've been to new places, met new people, I even helped the Season Knights! I think I'm coming around to the idea of going home again.” The meadow, which had looked so short, seemed to just keep unrolling in front of them. The friends soon slowed their cavort to a calm walk, and eventually a puzzled plod.Sweaty, slightly confused, and appearing to be about halfway through a meadow that should only be 20 paces across, the brownie, sprite, and gnome pause to assess their situation. “How long is this meadow?!” Prism exclaims as the trio rest.Looking towards the woods on the far side, Atcher points across the meadow, “Is that it up ahead? I think I see something!” The friends turn and see a colored dome in the distance. Excited, the trio run and tumble toward the not-too-distant dome, and the Wind Rabbits run behind them, rushing wind at their backs.
Yelich is back baby. Two homers last series, average is above .100. Bucks, however, continue to lose. Oh, and our awful WR busts and sleepers for fantasy are here.
From the BBC World Service: An escalation in tensions between the U.S. and China adds to gloom in global financial markets. Has Airbus done enough to end a subsidies dispute between Europe and the U.S.? The price of postponing the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
From the BBC World Service: An escalation in tensions between the U.S. and China adds to gloom in global financial markets. Has Airbus done enough to end a subsidies dispute between Europe and the U.S.? The price of postponing the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Before loggers took their timber out with large tractor-skidders, they used horses and chains. Many men lost their legs, fingers, and lives doing this dangerous work. Listen-in as Harry talks about skidding logs with his horse.
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Jim and Adam Jaksa debate about the Urban Meyer NFL intrigue and preview tonight’s Michigan hoops matchup at Illinois. Also, the guys break down Rocket Watts’ foot injury and discuss the difference between the skidding Red Wings and Lions:- Forget the Cowboys! Should the Lions want Urban Meyer? Are people sleeping on how great Urban Meyer is?- Is Michigan on “Upset Alert” tonight at Illinois?- Rocket Watts’ foot injury has our attention. How concerning is his injury?- The Red Wings have lost 12 straight, and the Lions have dropped 6 in a row. What’s the biggest difference between the two teams?In addition, the guys go “Around the NFL” with Jeff Risdon following Week #14 of the NFL regular season.
In this episode, Shippy and the Hockey Hawk, Gavin Spittle, discuss the Stars recent skid, a potential trade deadline target, hit the Stars mailbag and the Hawk gives his NHL power rankings.
Stories: American Airline skidding into the snow California dog trainer euthanized her dog Australian MP refusing to apologize to China Phone call between Donald Trump and Ukrainian counterpart England coach believes his team suffered in the Rugby World Cup
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Big Drew and Jim recap their recent Coppercraft trip to Comerica Park to watch the skidding Tigers and break down Lions backup quarterback options, the 2020 MLB schedule, MHSAA’s eligibility ruling on Abdur-Rahmaan Yassen, and Lions preseason concerns after their preseason opener:- How about those Tigers lately?- NEW Lions MLive Beat Writer Ben Raven joins the show to share his new and exciting news!- Who are some possible options for the Lions’ backup quarterback spot?- Why doesn’t the MLB get it when it comes to their scheduling?- Did the MHSAA miss the mark with their recent eligibility ruling on Abdur-Rahmaan Yassen?- What’s your biggest concern with the Lions after their preseason opener?
In this episode of Democracy Watch, the News Collective goes over some local headlines, then turns to a story on the stolen, forgotten and forsaken bikes of Vancouver. Alex de Boer speaks with bikers, then the VPD, about how bike theft is investigated and what measures can be taken to prevent it. The show ends with a profile on local business, Bella Roma Pizzeria, done by Adeline Peng.
105 8 Lessons Pilots can Learn from the Boeing 737 MAX Crashes and the MCAS + GA News Your Cirrus Specialist. Call me if you’re thinking of buying a new Cirrus SR20 or SR22. Call 1-650-967-2500 for Cirrus purchase and training assistance. Please help support the show with a donation via PayPal or Patreon. Send us an email. If you have a question you’d like answered on the show, let listeners hear you ask the question, by recording your listener question using your phone. Summary105 Max talks about the recent Boeing 737 MAX crashes, and the lessons that all pilots can learn from these accidents. Here's a summary of his 8 Lessons Pilots can Learn from the Boeing 737 MAX Crashes: #1 Know your aircraft systems intimately #2 The documentation isn’t always complete. Join a type club. #3 If you touch something and things get worse, undo what you did. #4 If the autopilot is on and it’s doing weird things, turn it off. And vice versa. #5 Understand what can cause runaway trim. #6 Know how to disable the electric trim system in your aircraft. #7 Make sure you can overpower the autopilot #8 Know the critical single points of failure in your aircraft. Carbon Monoxide DetectorsPocket CO KWJ Carbon Monoxide Detector $150 Sentry ADS-B Receiver with Carbon Monoxide Detector $499 Sensorcon CO Tester and Meter $159 Sensorcon Certified CO Detector & Meter $179 Sensorcon Industrial Pro CO Monitor $199 Guardian Avionics Panel Mount CO Detector $399 If you love the show and want more, visit my Patreon page to see fun videos, breaking news, and other posts in the Posts section. And if you decide to make a small donation each month, you can get some goodies! Check out our recommended ADS-B receivers, and order one for yourself. Yes, we’ll make a couple of dollars if you do. Check out our recommended Aviation Headsets, and order one for yourself! Get the Free Aviation News Talk app for iOS or Android. Please Take our 2019 Listener Social Media Survey. I’d love to get your feedback and ideas for improving this podcast. Mentioned in the ShowWhat software organizations learn from the Boeing 737 MAX South Dakota B-25 Tour Dan Johnson Article: Electrics at Aero 2019 Pipistrel Sinus motorglider AOPA Foundation - Donate! SAFE Unveils CFI PROficiency™ Initiative SAFE CFI Professional Society - Join online for $45 AOPA Article: TECHNIQUE: TAMING THE STALL Boeing 737 MAX image - Creative Commons license Videos Mentioned in the ShowStratolaunch, the world’s largest airplane Slipping and Skidding Stalls video Social MediaFollow Max on Instagram Follow Max on Twitter Follow Max on YouTube Listen to all Aviation News Talk podcasts on YouTube or YouTube Premium News Stories Piper Introduces Pilot 100 and Pilot 100i Trainers Lancair’s New 2-Seat Barracuda NEW ASPEN MAX DISPLAYS DAZZLE WITH COLOR BYE APPROACHES 300 ELECTRIC AIRPLANE ORDERS New Passenger App in ForeFlight 11.2 FAA issues policy for flying without ADS-B after 2020 Tecnam celebrates 70 years with three new aircraft FLIGHT DESIGN GOES BIG WITH F2, F4 Flaris jet makes first flight Objections raised to proposed drug study among pilots PLANE LANDS ON US HIGHWAY NEAR NASHVILLE NTSB: Dog contacted flight controls killing pilot
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Skidding into the season two finale! In this episode, we have an interview with a vampire that would make Christian Slater's “Malloy” jealous. But, will it pay off? Will they make it to the end of Lord Varkum's trials? Will they get the item they need to save the world?! Thanks for listening, liking, sharing, and reviewing!Also, don't forget that our generous partner at Tabletop Crafter is giving the Chaotic Crew a special, limited-time discount of 15% off all orders November 1-30th, 2018! Our UK listeners get a bonus of FREE SHIPPING on all dice bags and dice sets!! Just use discount code “CHAOTICAMATEURS” at checkout. Keep on adventuring!ChaoticAmateurs.com // ChaoticAmateurs@Gmail.com // @ChaoticAmateurs // Etsy.com/shop/TabletopCrafter // Patreon.com/ChaoticAmateurs
Skidding into a 5-game losing streak, the Angels needed a win desperately to close out a lackluster homestand. Shohei Ohtani delivered in a massive way, proving he is the ace of the Halo rotation. A career high 7 2/3 innings and 110 pitches, Ohtani's fastball climbed in velocity as his start wore on, mixing in with his devastating arsenal of breaking pitches. Watching him pitch is truly an art form at this point, and the cries for Ohtani to play and pitch more often will only grow with each successful start. Studs and Duds of the weekend are also featured in today's show, highlighting Shohei Ohtani and Blake Parker as the main studs. The entire Halo offense has their place as Duds of the weekend, with almost the entire lineup hitting below .200 in the past week of play. Don't forget to follow the show on Twitter @LockedOnAngels and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is GM cruisin’ ahead of the autonomous pack? Waymo is the ‘dark horse’ to watch. Why Tesla is better off without Musk. Skidding in a Stinger. Plus, clipping the wings of flying cars.
Hockey writers Robert Tychkowski and Derek Van Diest and sports columnist Dan Barnes talk about the slumping Edmonton Oilers, who sport a record of 2-5-1 in their last eight NHL contests heading into what could be a gruelling three-game road trip.
The Hardy Family - Andy Hardy was a fictional character played by Mickey Rooney in an extremely successful MGM film series from 1937 to 1958. Spanning over 20 years, the 16 movies were based on characters in the play Skidding by Aurania Rouverol. The initial Hardy film, A Family Affair (1937), was made before a series was contemplated. It featured Lionel Barrymore as Judge Hardy and Spring Byington as Mrs. Hardy, Andy's parents, and Margaret Marquis as Andy's on-again-off-again sweetheart, Polly Benedict. But when the series was launched, most of the cast was changed, with the notable exceptions of Rooney and Sara Haden as his Aunt Milly. The series entries starred Lewis Stone as Judge Hardy, Fay Holden as Mrs. Hardy, Cecilia Parker as Andy's older sister Marian Hardy, and Ann Rutherford as Polly. Most of the movies were set in the Hardys' fictional hometown of Carvel, located in Idaho in the original play but described in the films as being in the Midwest. All of the films were sentimental comedies celebrating ordinary American life. The people in Carvel, by and large, were pious, patriotic, generous and tolerant. The town represented movie mogul Louis B. Mayer's idealized vision of his adopted country. Some writers have compared Carvel to Mayberry, the setting of The Andy Griffith Show a generation later. THIS EPISODE: Program #1. MGM syndication. "Junior Chamber of Commerce". Sponsored by: Commercials added locally.. Andy finds himself "forced" to entertain a famous and beautiful athlete. She stands 6'2" tall. Mickey Rooney, Fay Holden, Lewis Stone, Jack Rubin (writer), Jameson Brewer (writer), Thomas A. McAvity (director), Jerry Fielding (composer, conductor), Aurania Rouverol (creator). 27:26.