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Space Spinner 2000
ep 295 – Progs 896-899

Space Spinner 2000

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 115:10


In our thrilling two hundred and ninety-fifth episode Fox and Conrad continue their journey through the Galaxy's Greatest Comic with Progs 896-899 of 2000AD, covering July & August 1994. This time we'll finish Mambo and Sláine, continue into the past with Armoured Gideon, have some more short-term Dredd stories, and check in on Rogue Trooper, … Continue reading ep 295 – Progs 896-899

MTGCast
RakdosCast: RAKDOSCAST 328 – Destaques de ONE

MTGCast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2023 100:14


RAKDOSCAST 328 – Destaques de ONEMP e Heli comentam mudanças no PTQ, preços e resultados com ONE.Download: https://archive.org/download/rakdos-cast-328-destaques-one/RakdosCast-328-DestaquesONE.mp3Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6HO0FvDaUL1y0SK0WYFmK6Manutenção – (00:05:08)Compra – (00:46:05)Combate – (00:51:54)Principal – (01:05:37)Final – (01:35:34)Links:*Artigo Heliga https://www.ligamagic.com.br/?view=artigos/view&aid=4408 *Arte de SL https://magic.wizards.com/en/news/announcements/update-on-secret-lair-ssssssnakessssss-stonecoil-serpent-art *Mudanças no PT polemicas https://mtgrocks.com/wizards-latest-change-may-be-the-end-of-multiple-mtg-formats/*Lendas de ONE https://magic.wizards.com/en/news/feature/the-legends-of-phyrexia-all-will-be-one *arte myr https://magic.wizards.com/pt-BR/news/announcements/extended-art-urtet-remnant-of-memnarch-rarity *Chupeta ONE https://magic.wizards.com/en/news/announcements/phyrexia-all-will-be-one-jumpstart-booster-themes-and-card-lists *Jace e Ajani completos em 2017 https://www.reddit.com/r/magicTCG/comments/10isvys/in_2017_magic_artist_daarken_was_commissioned_by/ *Deckanpioneiro PT ONe que podem aparecer https://magic.gg/news/metagame-mentor-10-surprising-pioneer-decks-that-can-win-pro-tour-phyrexia?_ga=2.33025534.1942484718.1675523903-229366416.1668767211 *Capa listas https://www.ligamagic.com.br/?view=artigos/view&aid=4413 *Cartas Sanduba: https://www.ligamagic.com.br/?view=artigos/view&aid=4406*Cartas Carol Anet https://www.ligamagic.com.br/?view=artigos/view&aid=4403*Top10 cartas t2 https://www.mtggoldfish.com/articles/phyrexia-all-will-be-one-top-10-standard-cards*Top10 cartas Pioneer https://www.mtggoldfish.com/articles/phyrexia-all-will-be-one-top-10-pioneer-explorer-cardsMusic: Back and Forth - Silent PartnerAdventures by A Himitsu https://soundcloud.com/a-himitsu / Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Rev - EveninglandSupport by RFM - NCM: https://bit.ly/2xGHypMBENSOUND http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-musicCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6HO0FvDaUL1y0SK0WYFmK6Contato: https://rakdoscast.wordpress.com/sobre/Apoie: https://rakdoscast.wordpress.com/formas-de-apoio/

Spekingar Spjalla
200. Slúðrið, TayTay Hornið, Topp 3, Myndir´ðu fyrir smá Aur, Vel eða Kvel og Fáránlegar Staðreyndir

Spekingar Spjalla

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2023 81:00


200 þættir í hús. Spekingar eru fullmannaðir þó skipið skríði seint að bryggju þessa vikuna. Slúðrið sjóðandi, TayTay Hornið lét okkur heyra það, Topp 3 uppáhalds Spekinga þættirnir okkar, Myndir´ðu fyrir smá Aur leyndi á sér, Vel eða Kvel verulega óþæginlegt og Fáránlegar Staðreyndir stóður fyrir sínu. Upptökur fóru fram í Nóa Síríus stúdíói Podcaststöðvarinnar og Spekingar eru í boði Gull Lite.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin
Príomhscéalta an Deiscirt.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 2:57


Sláine Ní Chathalláin.

The Tom Barnard Show
Ray Erick - #2279 | Car Selling Secrets #153

The Tom Barnard Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 92:21


Former KQRS on air personality Ray Erick joins us in studio and we oddly spend an hour talking about cars; the hunt for a '79 Biarritz, the 5-window coupe that almost killed him, the 1955 190 SL that he tried to steal from a collector and his current stable of Pontiacs. Along the way, we veer into radio land including how Ray got his first twin cities broadcasting job when he showed up to apply to drive the Whale for WAYL.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RTÉ - Iris Aniar
Scoláirí ó Scoil Chuimsitheach Chiaráin a bheidh páirteach i gcomórtas Scléip Ghael Linn

RTÉ - Iris Aniar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 19:56


Beidh scoláirí ó SCC páirteach i gcomórtas Sléip i gCluain Tarbh i mBaile Átha Cliath inniu agus chuaigh Treasa Bhreathnach siar chun cainte leo agus iad ag cleachtadh don chomórtas le gairid.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin
Príomhscéalta an Deiscirt.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 3:06


Sláine Ní Chathalláin.

Spekingar Spjalla
199. Slúðrið, TayTay hornið, Fáránlegar staðreyndir, Topp 3, Myndirðu fyrir smá Aur og Vel eða Kvel.

Spekingar Spjalla

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 86:16


Flottur þáttur hjá strákunum þó svo að Sæþór hafi vantað (útaf dálitlu). Slúðrið er að sjálfsaögðu á sínum stað, TayTay hornið fékk bréf, nýr liður Fáránlegar staðreyndir, Topp iðnaðarjobbið, Myndirðu fyrir smá Aur og Vel eða Kvel var með uppákomu. Við minnum á að það er hægt að senda hlustendabréf á jutjupjon@gmail.com ef þér liggur eitthvað á hjarta hlustandi góður. Upptökur fóru fram í Nóa Síríus stúdíói Podcaststöðvarinnar og Spekingar eru í boði Gull Lite.

Spekingar Spjalla
198. Slúðrið, Hlustendabréf, Hocky Hornið, Vel eða Kvel, Topp 3, Myndir´ðu fyrir smá Aur og Gull Lite Testið

Spekingar Spjalla

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 102:04


Ný vika nýjar áskoranir. Full skipuð vakt hjá Spekingum í dag. Ágreiningur í Slúðrinu, Hlustandi sendi Spekingum bréf, Hocky Hornið aftur eftir hvíld, Vel eða Kvel tengt íslenskum landsliðsmönnum, Topp 3 bestu kvenn uppistandararnir, hversu langt erum við til í að ganga í Myndir´ðu fyrir smá Aur og nýtt tvist í Gull Lite Testinu. Línan er opin fyrir hlustendur og endilega sendið JútjúpJóni allt sem liggur ykkur á hjarta á netfangið jutjupjon@gmail.com. Upptökur fóru fram í Nóa Síríus stúdíói Podcaststöðvarinnar og Spekingar eru í boði Gull Lite.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin
Príomhscéalta an Deiscirt.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 2:33


Sláine Ní Chathalláin.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin
An Seanadóir, Seán Kyne.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 7:06


Tiocfaidh ionadaithe ó Fheidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte os comhair chomhcoiste Sláinte an Oireachtais inniu leis na dúshláin sna hionaid éigeandála ar fud na tíre a phlé.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin
Dr. Colm Henry, Feidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 5:18


Cén chaoi a bhfuil cúrsaí sna hOspidéil anois tar éis do Fheidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte plean nua a chur i bhfeidhm.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin
Príomhscéalta an Deiscirt.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 2:42


Sláine Ní Chathalláin.

咖啡簡單說
EP232.抗病又美味的迷人品種SUDANRUME

咖啡簡單說

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 34:43


#NEWPODCAST #EP232 #抗病又美味的迷人品種SUDANRUME 主題:種植 難易度:B 咖啡大學 節目長度:35分鐘 https://grasscoffee.firstory.io 什麼?你也想喝蘇丹如媚?來,這邊請 https://www.grasscoffee.com.tw/product/product&product_id=202 參照資料: 1. Evaluation of coffee berry disease resistance (Colletotrichum kahawae) in F2 populations derived from Arabica coffee varieties Rume Sudan and SL 28 2. 咖啡農業主題館[https://kmweb.coa.gov.tw/subject/index.php?id=44588](https://kmweb.coa.gov.tw/subject/index.php?id=44588 "smartCard-inline") 3. 屏東咖啡可可園 [https://blog.xuite.net/pindoncoffeefarm/twblog/151491151](https://blog.xuite.net/pindoncoffeefarm/twblog/151491151 "smartCard-inline") 4. The Coffee Roaster's Complete Guide to Coffee Varieties and Cultivars 5. [https://varieties.worldcoffeeresearch.org/varieties/ruiru-11](https://varieties.worldcoffeeresearch.org/varieties/ruiru-11 "smartCard-inline") 想來點咖啡嗎?逛逛鳴草咖啡精選烘焙 https://reurl.cc/4pQk53 跟隨鳴草咖啡的社群平台,跟著草闆尋味咖啡 Instagram https://reurl.cc/RXvKde Facebook https://reurl.cc/nO7QVd Powered by Firstory Hosting

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20230110_IRISH_gearcheim_in_ospideil_maolaithe_a_bhui_leis_an_bhfoireann

Learn Irish & other languages with daily podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 12:54


jQuery(document).ready(function(){ cab.clickify(); }); Original Podcast with clickable words https://tinyurl.com/2n84xp5l Contact: irishlingos@gmail.com Crisis in hospitals alleviated "thanks to the staff". Géarchéim in ospidéil maolaithe "a bhuí leis an bhfoireann". The co-leader of the Social Democrats Róisín Shortall said that it is a shame that weeks ago all the resources of the health system were used to tackle the crisis in the country's hospital emergency departments. Dúirt comhcheannaire na nDaonlathaithe Sóisialta Róisín Shortall gur mór an náire nár baineadh leas seachtainí ó shin as acmhainní uile an chórais sláinte le dul i ngleic leis an ngéarchéim i ranna éigeandála ospidéil na tíre. The crisis is said to have eased considerably over the weekend after hospitals discharged hundreds of patients and many of those on trolleys were placed in beds in wards. Deirtear gur mhaolaigh an ghéarchéim go mór i gcaitheamh an deireadh seachtaine tar éis do na hospidéil na céadta othar a scaoileadh amach agus go leor den dream a bhí ar thralaithe a chur i leapacha i mbardaí. Over 400 patients were discharged from hospitals last Saturday compared to 278 the previous Saturday, which is a 44% reduction. Barr ar 400 othar a scaoileadh amach as ospidéil Dé Sathairn seo caite i gcomórtas le 278 an Satharn roimhe sin, ar dífear 44 faoin gcéad é. The Health Service Executive says that it was thanks to the large number of staff who worked extra shifts that it was possible to discharge so many patients from the hospitals. Deir Feidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte gur a bhuí leis an líon mór ball foirne a rinne sealanna breise oibre a bhíothas in ann an oiread sin othar a scaoileadh amach as na hospidéil. In fact, Health Minister Stephen Donnelly thanked the staff for the extra work they did for the benefit of the patients. Go deimhin, ghabh an tAire Sláinte Stephen Donnelly buíochas leis an bhfoireann as an obair bhreise a rinne siad ar son leas na n-othar. It is understood that some of the patients who were discharged from the hospitals were sent to private hospitals; that others were placed in step-down recovery beds; and that the rest were discharged home, where they are being provided with the care services they need. Tuigtear gur cuireadh cuid de na hothair a scaoileadh amach as na hospidéil, gur cuireadh iad in ospidéil phríobháideacha; gur cuireadh cuid eile acu i leapacha téarnaimh céim síos; agus gur scaoileadh an chuid eile abhaile, mar a bhfuil na seirbhísí cúraim a theastaíonn uathu á gcur ar fáil dóibh. It is a shame, however, according to Róisín Shortall, that this gum was not planted weeks ago. Is údar náire é mar sin féin, dar le Róisín Shortall, nár cuireadh an gúm seo i gcion seachtainí ó shin. She suggested that the cause of the ineffectiveness is a disagreement between the Health Service Function and the Department of Health about who is responsible for resolving the issue. Thug sí le tuiscint gur easaontas idir Fheidhmeanacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte agus an Roinn Sláinte faoi cé acu atá freagrach as an gceist a réiteach is cúis leis an mí-éifeacht. Ultimately, however, she claimed, the Minister of Health is responsible for it. Ar deireadh, áfach, a mhaígh sí, is é an tAire Sláinte atá freagrach as. Speaking on RTÉ, Róisín Shortall said that everyone is putting the bag from their own home and that an integrated approach can be implemented. Ag labhairt di ar RTÉ, duirt Róisín Shortall go mbíonn gach dream ag cur an phúca ón dteach féin agus gur mithid cur chuige comhtháite a chur i bhfeidhm. Without that, she says, the crisis in the country's hospitals is a vicious circle without stopping. Dá uireasa sin, ar sí, is fáinne fí gan stad a bheas sa ghéarchéim in ospidéil na tíre. A scheme is being launched today whereby some people who are struck ill in Co Clare will be taken to the local hospital in Ennis rather than to Limerick University Hospital, where there is huge pressure.

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20230108_IRISH_imni_faoi_mhilseain_a_bhfuil_abhar_cosuil_le_cannabas_iontu

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 8:03


jQuery(document).ready(function(){ cab.clickify(); }); Original Podcast with clickable words https://tinyurl.com/2z6srlqo Contact: irishlingos@gmail.com Concerns about sweets containing cannabis-like substances. Imní faoi mhilseáin a bhfuil ábhar cosúil le cannabas iontu. The Health Service Executive and the Gardai have issued a notice in relation to sweets which are thought to contain a substance similar to cannabis. Tá fógra eisithe ag Feidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte agus na Gardaí maidir le milseáin a gceaptar go bhfuil ábhar cosúil le cannabas iontu. The sweets in question are jellies in packets. Glóthóga i bpaicéid na milseáin atá i gceist. The Health Service Executive says the sweets contain synthetic cannabinoids and some people in Tipperary had to be hospitalized last month after eating them. Deir Feidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte go bhfuil cannaibionóidigh shintéiseacha sna milseáin agus go mb'éigean roinnt daoine i dTiobraid Árann a chur in ospidéal an mhí seo caite tar éis dóibh iad a ithe. Synthetic cannabinoids are man-made chemicals that mimic tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. Ceimiceáin shaorga is ea cannaibionóidigh shintéiseacha a dhéanann aithris ar theitrihidreacannaibionól (THC), an príomhábhar sícighníomhach atá i gcannabas. In fact, synthetic cannabinoids can be stronger than THC. Go deimhin, is féidir le cannaibionóidigh shintéiseacha a bheith níos láidre ná THC. Gardaí say they recently found a large quantity of the gels in Clonmel, Co Tipperary. Deir na Gardaí go bhfuair siad lear mór de na glóthóga i gCluain Meala, Co Thiobraid Árann, le gairid. The Executive is concerned that other products containing these strong cannabinoids are also on sale in Ireland, such as vaping oil and herbal material, for example. Tá imní ar an bhFeidhmeannacht go bhfuil táirgí eile a bhfuil na cannaibionóidigh láidre seo iontu ar díol in Éirinn chomh maith, leithéidí ola vápála agus ábhar luibhe, cuir i gcás. Nausea, vomiting, confusion, shortness of breath, chest pain, hallucinations, psychotic attacks, urge to attack, loss of consciousness and so on are some of the effects of ingesting synthetic cannabinoids. Masmas, fonn urlacain, mearbhall, gearranáil, pian sa chliabhrach, speabhraídí, taomanna síocóise, fonn ionsaithe, cailliúint comhfheasa agus mar sin díobh cuid de na hiarmhairtí a bhaineann le cannaibionóidigh shintéiseacha a ionghabháil. RTÉ News and Current Affairs Nuacht agus Cúrsaí Reatha RTÉ

Vô Vi Podcast - Nhạc Thiền
NTVV-1039 _ Khí Giới Tình Thương _ Thơ Thiền Sư - Lương Sĩ Hằng - Vĩ Kiên _ Ngâm Thơ - Lệ Ba _ Album - Đạo Tâm

Vô Vi Podcast - Nhạc Thiền

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 6:23


NTVV-1039 _ Khí Giới Tình Thương  _ Thơ  Thiền Sư - Lương Sĩ Hằng - Vĩ Kiên _ Ngâm Thơ - Lệ Ba _ Album - Đạo Tâm

Edge of the Wild
Discovering Your Rhythm of Life

Edge of the Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 24:25


Happy New Year (2023), Friends! This episode's content is twinned perfectly with the beginning of the year when some people are entertaining New Year's resolutions, and each one of us are reflecting on where we find ourselves in life, and where we'd like to be a year from now.. I'm sharing from the first chapter of my ebook 'Discovering Your Rhythm of Life: Ancient Wisdom for Living the Good Life' which was inspired by intentional Christian communities of monastics, and was birthed from the question, 'What does life lived best look like right now?'. It's full of original imagery I captured over eleven years while living on the island of Ireland, and during visits since. The ebook will be available digitally, for a small fee, via my website when it relaunches (early 2023), alongside a hoped-for hardcopy version available as print-on-demand. [Updates on how to purchase it will be made here] The content of Discovering Your Rhythm of Life is also featured in some of the sessions I offer clients whom I'm serving through on-going soul care. As in every episode below, here I'd like to make special mention of my friend Jonathan Scheele's beautiful design and brilliant layout which makes this ebook desirable. Sláinte, Jonathan! Purchase your copy (digital for now, hard copy available later) of 'Discovering Your Rhythm of Life: Ancient Wisdom for Living the Good Life' ebook soon! +++ + Special Thanks to.. designer Jonathan Scheele for incredible work, musician Radical Face for use of the tracks "I'll Be There Soon", and "Home Movies" from the album Missing Film, and author J.R.R. Tolkien for the quote from his work, 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' (1937) in the podcast intro. > ArtistSoulFriend.com / Twitter: @_EdgeoftheWild_ / Instagram: @EdgeoftheWildPodcast / Facebook: EdgeoftheWildPodcast +++ Leave us a message! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edgeofthewildpodcast/message

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20230105_IRISH_dochtuiri_comhairleacha_mishasta_le_moladh_an_aire_slainte

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 10:49


jQuery(document).ready(function(){ cab.clickify(); }); Original Podcast with clickable words https://tinyurl.com/2kohlgpr Contact: irishlingos@gmail.com Consultant doctors unhappy with the Health Minister's proposal. Dochtúirí comhairleacha míshásta le moladh an Aire Sláinte. The lack of beds in hospitals and the shortage of consultant doctors is the cause of the current crisis in the health system, according to Professor Matthew Sadlier from the Irish Doctors' Union. An easpa leapacha in ospidéil agus an gannntanas dochtúirí comhairleacha is siocair leis an ngéarchéim atá sa chóras sláinte faoi láthair, dar leis an Ollamh Matthew Sadlier ó Cheardchumann Dochtúirí na hÉireann. He said that the crisis is a vicious circle and claimed that the lack of capital investment in the health system is actually the cause of the evil. Dúirt sé gur fáinne fí atá sa ghéarchéim agus mhaígh gurb é an easpa infheistíochta caipitiúla sa chóras sláinte is cionsiocair i ndáiríre leis an olc. Professor Sadlier was responding to Health Minister Stephen Donnelly who said yesterday that the Health Service Executive would be asking consultant doctors to work at weekends to alleviate overcrowding in hospital emergency units. Ag tabhairt freagra a bhí an tOllamh Sadlier ar an Aire Sláinte Stephen Donnelly a dúirt inné go mbeadh Feidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte ag iarraidh ar dhochtúirí comhairleacha dul ag obair ar an deireadh seachtaine chun an róphlódú in aonaid éigeandála na n-ospidéal a mhaolú. Stephen Donnelly pointed out that the situation could worsen if such measures were not implemented soon. Thug Stephen Donnelly le fios go bhféadfadh an scéal dul in olcas mura gcuirfí bearta den sórt sin i bhfeidhm gan mhoill. However, Professor Sadlier claimed that consultant doctors were already putting in extra hours - far more than usual, in fact - and were available all day every day of the week. Mhaígh an tOllamh Sadlier, áfach, go raibh dochtúirí comhairleacha ag cur isteach uaireanta breise cheana féin - i bhfad níos mó ná mar is gnách, go deimhin - agus go raibh siad ar fáil an lá ar fad gach lá den tseachtain. He added that they are on duty according to a structured roster on weekends. Dúirt sé freisin go mbíonn siad ar dualgas de réir uainchláir struchtúrtha ar an deireadh seachtaine. The Irish Nurses and Aides Association has revealed that there are 639 people waiting for a bed in hospitals across the country today, which is 199 less than yesterday but 83% more than the same day last year. Tá sé tugtha le fios ag Cumann Altraí agus Ban Cabhrach na hÉireann go bhfuil 639 duine ag fanacht le leaba in ospidéil ar fud na tíre inniu, sin 199 níos lú ná inné ach 83 faoin gcéad níos mó ná an lá céanna anuraidh. 473 of the 639 patients are in emergency units and the other 166 are in other wards, according to the nurses. Tá 473 den 639 othar in aonaid éigeandála agus tá an 166 eile i mbardaí eile, dar leis na haltraí. The nurses and the Health Service Executive are not in agreement about this situation, however. Níl na haltraí agus Feidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte ar aon fhocal faoin scéal seo, ámh. According to the figures released by the Executive, 469 people are waiting for a bed in hospitals. De réir na bhfigiúirí atá eisithe ag an bhFeidhmeannacht, is 469 duine atá ag fanacht le leaba sna hospidéil.

Feinschmeckertouren – Der Reise- und Genusspodcast mit Betina Fischer und  Burkhard Siebert
289 - Die Bodega mit dem goldenen Wein: De Alberto in Serrada

Feinschmeckertouren – Der Reise- und Genusspodcast mit Betina Fischer und Burkhard Siebert

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 29:43


In einem Meer aus großen Gallonen reift der Flagship-Wein der Bodega De Alberto bis zu einem Jahr im Freien an der Sonne: Mit 98 von 100 Punkten bei Decanter ist der „Dorado“ ein goldener und perfekter Wein! Wir haben die Bodega De Alberto in Serrada mitten im Weingebiet Rueda ca. 30 Kilometer südwestlich von Valladolid besucht. Diego Gonzáles Hernández, der Export Manager, der in Bayern Deutsch gelernt hat, hat uns die unterirdischen, weit verzweigten historischen Kellergänge gezeigt. Mit ihm haben wir zwei Verdejos, einen Tempranillo-Rosado und den „Dorado“ verkostet. Der goldene Wein entsteht durch oxidative Reifung und im Solera-Verfahren: Ein altes, traditionelles Verfahren, das nur noch diese Bodega anwendet und ein ganz besonderes Geschmackserlebnis hervorbringt! Hör außerdem das Angebot für dich als Besucher*in, die Geschichte des Weinguts und ein paar tolle Tipps für eine Käserei und Restaurants, wo du die Weine der Bodega mit klassischer oder Sterne-Küche genießen kannst. Hier kommst du zum Weingut http://www.dealberto.com/ Die Käse-Empfehlung: QUESERÍA CAMPOVEJA - HEREDEROS DE FÉLIX SANZ, SL http://www.quesoscampoveja.com/ Die Restaurants: Restaurante el Sarmiento Serrada, Carretera Cl-610 km 26.5, 47231 Serrada, Valladolid, Spanien Restaurante Trigo, Valladolid: https://www.restaurantetrigo.com *************************************** Abonniere jetzt den Podcast bei Google und verpasse keine Folge mehr! Mehr findest du auch auf den Social-Media-Kanälen https://www.facebook.com/feinschmeckertouren/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa_CkAeidqAQ98nKFa0HZcg/featured?view_as=public https://www.instagram.com/feinschmeckertouren/ Feinschmeckertouren ***************************************

Get Up in the Cool
Episode 332: Patrick Gunning (Melodic Old Time Guitar, Cittern, and Swedish Fiddle)

Get Up in the Cool

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 65:46


Welcome to Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends! This week's friend is Patrick Gunning. We recorded this last week in my home in Portland, OR. Songs in this episode: * Sandy River Belle (in D) (1:25) * Skråp-Ollas Polska efter Glysen (22:26) * Sexdrega Polonӓs #32 (45:55) * Slӓngpolska från Mörkö (55:39) * Road to Malvern (1:01:15) * Bonus track: Hunting the Buffalo Stay tuned for news on Lillian Sawyer and Patrick Gunning's duo album! Patrick's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/patrick.gunning/ Lillian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lilliansawyerfiddle/ Sign up for my January beginner and intermediate banjo workshops at https://www.camerondewhitt.com/store. Support Get Up in the Cool on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/getupinthecool Buy Get Up in the Cool merch like t-shirts, phone cases, and masks! https://get-up-in-the-cool-swag.creator-spring.com/ Sign up at https://www.pitchforkbanjo.com/ for my clawhammer instructional series! Check out Cameron's other podcast, Think Outside the Box Set: https://boxset.fireside.fm/ Check out Cameron's old time trio Tall Poppy String Band: https://www.tallpoppystringband.com/

Whiskey Chats
My 2nd Chat with Carol Quinn, Midleton's Archivist

Whiskey Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 72:25


Join me for My 2nd Chat with Carol Quinn, Midleton Distillery's resident archivist.  Carol is the person that the IDL people come to, whenever they want to develop a new label or advertising campaign. She holds the keys to the extensive archives that have been passed down from all of the companys that now make up Irish Distillers  - Powers, Jameson, Redbreast, Cork Distillers Company etc. Her depth of knowledge is extensive and I always enjoy learning from Carol. I hope you enjoy the chat, Sláinte.

Premier League Podden
381. Mexican standoff i Spurs

Premier League Podden

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 97:45


Medverkande: Ryhn, GW, Palace, Facit, SL

Lestin
Möllet-æði í Ástralíu, nýjárstöfrar, BíóTvíó

Lestin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023


Það er möllet-æði í Ástralíu. Allir og amma þeirra eru með sítt að aftan og ekkert lát á þessari tískubylgju. Þessi klipping, stutt að framan sítt að aftan er mjög einkennandi og í dag stendur hún út því gullöld þessarar greiðslu var fyrir 30-40 árum. En nýlega rakst ég á umfjöllun breska ríkisútvarpsins sem birt var milli jóla og nýárs. Það var stutt umfjöllun um þessi athyglisverðu hártísku í Ástralíu. Tísku sem hefur hreiðrað um sig þar, aftur, en eins og Ailsa Weaver tískusérfræðingur segir í umfjöllun BBC: 'Tísku möllet er klipping, ástralskt möllet er lífsstíll.' Hlaðvarpið BíóTvíó hóf göngu sína á Alvarpinu og er nú gefið út af Stundinni. Hlaðvarpinu er stjórnað af Andreu Björk Andrésdóttur og Steindóri Grétar Jónssyni, í þáttunum fara þau yfir eina íslenska kvikmynd í senn. Árið 2016 settu þau sér það metnaðarfulla markmið að horfa á allar íslenskar kvikmyndir í fullri lengd. Nú hafa þau horft á alls 220 myndir. Ásdís Sól Ágústsdóttir fjallar um nýjárstöfra og tímaflakk og rifjar í leiðinni upp bókina Sláturhús fimm eftir Kurt Vonnegut.

Longing for Ireland
Teeling & The Wonders of Whiskey

Longing for Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 38:57


Single pot, blended, peated, malted - single, double, or triple distilled - what does it all mean and what makes Irish Whiskey different from other whiskies?Today we are joined by James Kilgannon, whiskey expert and Distillery & Brand Coordinator at Teeling Distillery to talk about Teeling Whiskey and how to experience whiskey in Ireland.For more information on the trips on offer visit: Teelingdistillery.com for the distillery and tours and Teelingwhiskey.com for the global brand and information on the whiskeys.  This episode's Irish words:A couple of wordsCheers! (To your health)Sláinte - Pronounced:  S + lawn + Ch(urch)---Water of life (whiskey)Uisce beatha - ISH-ka bah-ha

Släktband
Teddy flydde från nazisternas arbetsläger i Norge

Släktband

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 24:37


Den unge polacken Teddy blev tillfångatagen under kriget och blev lägerfånge hos nazisterna. Han skeppades till Norge för att hugga skog. En dag tog han chansen och flydde över gränsen till Sverige. Teddy växte upp i nuvarande Ukraina, på en plats som när han föddes ingick i Österrike-Ungern, men som när kriget kom, var polskt territorium. Hans dotter Bitte Sundin, som bor i Norrköping, berättar att Teddy blev krigsfånge hos nazisterna. Han var gratis arbetskraft åt en fiskare, han byggde bunkrar i Berlin, men när han vägrade att gå in i den tyska armén sattes han i koncentrationsläger. Därifrån skeppades han och andra fångar upp till norra Norge, där de skulle avverka skog och bygga vägar. Det var där Teddy såg sin chans att fly. Han och en kamrat fick hjälp av modiga norrmän att i en dramatisk flykt ta sig över till Sverige. Här blev Teddy kvar. Det fanns ingenting kvar att återvända till i hans gamla hemby. Släkten hade deporterats och byn hade hamnat bakom järnridån.Historikern Lars Hansson har skrivit en avhandling och flera böcker om de drygt 60 000 flyktingar som tog sig över den norsk-svenska gränsen under andra världskriget. Med hjälp av förhörsprotokoll, minnesberättelser, memoarer och intervjuer har han kunnat se att de som tog sig över till Sverige oftast fick hjälp av hjältemodiga människor i gränstrakterna. Men han har också sett att fångar blev tillbakaskickade under en kort tid av nitiska tjänstemän. Programmet är gjort av Gunilla Nordlund och Elisabeth Renström slaktband@sverigesradio.se

Spegillinn
Óvissustig, óveður, stríðið og manneskja ársins

Spegillinn

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022


Almannavarnir ætla að vera með mikinn viðbúnað og lýsa yfir óvissustigi í fyrramálið vegna veðurs. Búist er við talsverðri ofankomu og hvassviðri í nótt og með morgninum. Gul og appelsínugul viðvörun tekur gildi í nótt á Suður- og Vesturlandi . 99 prósent allra greiðslukortafærslna Íslendinga fara í gegnum alþjóðleg kortafyrirtæki. Seðlabankinn ætlar að þróa nýja innlenda lausn ef greiðslukerfið hrynur. Mikill erill hefur verið á sölustöðum flugelda það sem af er degi. Slæmt veður gæti sett strik í reikning sprengjuglaðra Íslendinga. Stríðið í Úkraínu er að þróast út í að verða stríð þolinmæðinnar. Ekki eru miklar líkur á að friðarumleitanir skili árangri á nýju ári. Þetta segir prófessor í heimspeki og sérfræðingur í málefnum Rússlands. Haraldur Þorleifsson, forsprakki verkefnisins Römpum upp Ísland, er manneskja ársins samkvæmt hlustendum Rásar 2 ------- Nú líður senn að áramótum. Stríðið í Úkraínu hefur staðið yfir stóran hluta þessa árs, allt frá því að Rússar réðust inn í landið í lok febrúar. Í gær voru gerðar harðar árásir víða um landið, frá borginni Lviv í vestri, Kharkiv í austri og Odesa í suðurhlutanum. Að sögn stjórnvalda beindust árásirnar fyrst og fremst að almennum borgurum og viðkvæmum innviðum. Víða var tilkynnt um rafmagnsleysi. Bjarni Rúnarsson ræddi við Jón Ólafsson prófessor við hugvísindasvið Háskóla Íslands um stöðu stríðsins. Pelé, einhver besti fótboltamaður sögunnar féll frá í gær, 82 ára að aldri. Þriggja daga þjóðarsorg er í Brasilíu vegna fráfalls hans. Pélé var einhver þekktasti íþróttamaður sögunnar. Hann er af mörgum talinn besti leikmaðurinn sem hefur leikið hina fögru íþrótt, og almennt íþróttir. Alþjóða Ólympíunefndin útnefndi hann besta íþróttamann 20. aldarinnar um aldamótin og deildi hann verðlaunum Besta fótboltamanns 20. aldarinnar hjá FIFA með Diego Maradona. Pélé ólst upp í sárri fátækt í borginni Bauru í Sao Paulo-ríki Brasilíu en vann sig upp afrekastigann og afrekaði það sem enginn hefur leikið eftir, að vinna þrjá heimsmeistaratitla í knattspyrnu með landsliði Brasilíu. Þá er hann markahæsti leikmaður í sögu Brasilíu, 77 mörk í 92 landsleikjum. Þá skoraði hann hvorki fleiri né færri en 643 mörk í 659 leikjum fyrir Santos, félagslið hans í Brasilíu. Bjarni Rúnarsson ræddi við Stefán Pálsson sagnfræðing um arfleið Péle. Í nóvember voru sjötíu ár frá því að fyrsti listinn yfir vinsælustu dægurlög vikunnar var birtur í Bretlandi. Tónlistartímaritið New Musical Express hélt utan um hann til að byrja með. Blaðamenn þess hringdu í nokkrar hljómplötuverslanir og spur

C'est plus que de la SF
Metropolis, le chef d'œuvre de Fritz Lang - Marc Moquin #146

C'est plus que de la SF

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 67:04


Découvrez Metropolis le chef d'œuvre de Fritz Lang réalisé en 1927 avec le journaliste de cinéma Marc Moquin !  Un film muet mythique  "J'ai récemment vu le plus idiot des films" écrivait acerbe H.G. Wells dans le New York Times. "Je ne crois pas qu'il soit possible d'en réaliser un plus bête". Malgré la critique au vitriol du père de la science-fiction moderne, Metropolis est bien un chef d'œuvre du cinéma. Le film le plus cher de son époque connu pourtant une reconnaissance compliquée. Echec commercial et critique, le long métrage de Fritz Lang finit par devenir culte sur la durée. Le spectacteur de l'époque découvrait dans cette fable dystopique un des premiers androïdes de l'histoire du cinéma et une ville science-fictive toujours aussi bluffante à regarder.  Metropolis reste une œuvre complexe comme le précise Pierre Charpilloz dans Construire Metropolis : "Lang a désavoué cette fin, parfaitement raccord avec l'idéologie nazie défendue en Allemagne à l'époque. Le réalisateur bulgare Slátan Dudow, marxiste convaincu, engagé comme assistant sur le film, quitte le projet à la découverte de cette « morale ». Dans une interview pour TF1 en 1977, Lang a affirmé : « Je n'aime pas Metropolis. C'est faux, la conclusion est fausse, je ne l'acceptais déjà pas quand je réalisais le film46 », manière de se défausser de toute responsabilité quant aux analyses fascisantes du film. Pour celui qui a refusé en 1933 la proposition de Joseph Goebbels de diriger le cinéma allemand, qui a ensuite fui l'Allemagne nazie pour s'installer aux États-Unis, difficile d'assumer une telle morale". Découvrez avec nous les coulisses de ce film culte !  Pour ceux qui souhaitent découvrir le coffret Metropolis chez Potemkine comprenant l'ouvrage Construire Metropolis : https://store.potemkine.fr/dvd/2000000059877-metropolis-fritz-lang/  

Professor Slots
PS 186: Slots Labs: Personalized guidance to playing slots smarter | Indiana Slots | Q&A

Professor Slots

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 89:13


The next evolution in slots play with group coaching has arrived, but class size is limited to 20 registrants and is nearly there already. Plus, the Indiana slots industry. Online Course: Slots Labs https://professorslots.com/SL

The Spartan Life
2022 Festivus Extravaganza!!!

The Spartan Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 76:05


On this year's Festivus episode, we feature package stories from Mr. Castagna's Public Speaking students as well as back-to-back teacher interviews! First up, SL's resident musicologist, COLBY MOONEY, leads an AIRING OF GRIEVANCES when he surveys students and staff about musical artists they think are overrated (1:50). Then the Gym Bros (NICK VENTRESCA and MICHAEL FLUCK) discuss fitness habits with community members eager to share their FEATS OF STRENGTH (13:36). After that, MRS. SCHIFFER stops by to tell us all about her new gig here at SL and explain what it's like to be a "Horse Mom" (22:19). Finally, we snag our biggest interview to date, sitting down with the one and only MR. MICHAEL ANTHONY (53:20). Wanna suggest someone we should feature on the show??? Drop us a line at SLSpartanLife@slsd.org. We are available on all major podcast platforms. Like and Subscribe on your device and leave us a review!

Luther for the Busy Man
Fourth Week in Advent - Friday

Luther for the Busy Man

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 3:49


THE FOURTH WEEK IN ADVENT  - FRIDAY  LESSON: 2 CORINTHIANS 1:12-22  Among you stands one whom you do not know. John 1:26  When John says here, “Among you stands one whom you do not know,” he means to say, “Do not direct your eyes too far into the future! He of whom the prophets have spoken has already been among the Jewish people for thirty years. Take heed and do not let Him go! You do not know Him, and I have come to you to show Him to you.”  When John says, “Among you stands one,” he is following the manner of Scripture which says, “A prophet will arise” or “appear” (Deuteronomy 13:1). Similarly, we are told in Matthew that false prophets “will arise” or “appear” or “come forth” (Matthew 24:24). God also says to Israel, “The Lord your God will raise up for you a prophet from among you, from your brethren.” Deuteronomy 18:15.   It is John's office to demonstrate that such establishment, appearance, arising, and awaking has been fulfilled in Christ; He has already come forth in the midst of their brethren as God has promised, and they know it not.    It is also part of John's office as an evangelical preacher to comfort men by showing them how to get rid of their sins. This he does by pointing them to Christ, the coming Savior.   SL.XI.112, 41  AE 75,183  PRAYER: Open our hearts by your Holy Spirit, O Lord, so that we are at all times fully awake to the completed work of our Savior and find our full salvation therein. Amen.  

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin
Príomhscéalta an Deiscirt.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 2:55


Sláine Ní Chathalláin.

Wolfgang Wee Uncut
Are Søberg | Årets 24 Beste Saker Fra Sløseriombudsmannen (Samt litt om Morten Traavik og Fredrik Græsvik)

Wolfgang Wee Uncut

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 156:28


Wolfgang Wee Uncut #331: Are Søberg er økonom, investor og spaltist, og kjent for sitt arbeid med Sløseriombudsmannen på Facebook. ► STØTT WOLFGANG WEE UNCUT!Ler mer her: https://wolfgangweeuncut.no/index.php/2022/06/19/slik-stotter-du-wolfgang-wee-uncut-2/Nå som jeg har sagt opp jobben og satser for fullt på Wolfgang Wee Uncut, setter jeg enormt stor pris på alle som ønsker å støtte podcasten. Det gjør at jeg kan holde podcasten åpen og tilgjengelig for alle, og holde trykket oppe.DONASJON: VIPPSOm du ønsker å donere via Vipps, kan du søke opp “Wolfgang Wee Uncut” eller bruke vippsnummer:#759273► WWU KLIPPKANAL https://www.youtube.com/wwuklipp► SOSIALE MEDIER:• Hjemmeside: http://www.wolfgangweeuncut.com• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wolfgangwee/• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wolfgangweeu...• Twitter: https://twitter.com/wolfgangwee• TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@wolfgangwee

The Nonlinear Library
AF - Paper: Constitutional AI: Harmlessness from AI Feedback (Anthropic) by Lawrence Chan

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 2:15


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Paper: Constitutional AI: Harmlessness from AI Feedback (Anthropic), published by Lawrence Chan on December 16, 2022 on The AI Alignment Forum. The authors propose a method for training a harmless AI assistant that can supervise other AIs, using only a list of rules (a "constitution") as human oversight. The method involves two phases: first, the AI improves itself by generating and revising its own outputs; second, the AI learns from preference feedback, using a model that compares different outputs and rewards the better ones. The authors show that this method can produce a non-evasive AI that can explain why it rejects harmful queries, and that can reason in a transparent way, better than standard RLHF: Paper abstract: As AI systems become more capable, we would like to enlist their help to supervise other AIs. We experiment with methods for training a harmless AI assistant through selfimprovement, without any human labels identifying harmful outputs. The only human oversight is provided through a list of rules or principles, and so we refer to the method as ‘Constitutional AI'. The process involves both a supervised learning and a reinforcement learning phase. In the supervised phase we sample from an initial model, then generate self-critiques and revisions, and then finetune the original model on revised responses. In the RL phase, we sample from the finetuned model, use a model to evaluate which of the two samples is better, and then train a preference model from this dataset of AI preferences. We then train with RL using the preference model as the reward signal, i.e. we use ‘RL from AI Feedback' (RLAIF). As a result we are able to train a harmless but nonevasive AI assistant that engages with harmful queries by explaining its objections to them. Both the SL and RL methods can leverage chain-of-thought style reasoning to improve the human-judged performance and transparency of AI decision making. These methods make it possible to control AI behavior more precisely and with far fewer human labels. See also Anthropic's tweet thread: Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.

Society Owes Me A Gen-X Podcast: The 90s
W is for Wonder Stuff... n' stuff

Society Owes Me A Gen-X Podcast: The 90s

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 57:43


W is the letter, and what a whole lot of Brit 90s music we fit into this ep! The Wonder Stuff make their debut on the pod, as well as Travis and 'The Man Who', Pavement's 'Terror Twilight', Oasis and The Connells - Celtic influenced indie-rock at it's finest. Sláinte! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/societyowesmeagenxpodcast/message

Fábrica de Crimes
87. Mistério Submerso – Poganica Bay Cave

Fábrica de Crimes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 54:14


Quando um grupo de amigos tchecos resolve navegar pelas ilhas paradisíacas da Croácia, tudo parece cristalino. Eles escolhem mergulhar na Ilha de Solta, até que um deles encontra o que parece ser uma caverna submersa... ...algum tempo depois, duas pessoa acabam sem vida e o que começou como uma aventura emocionante, logo se transforma em uma investigação criminal. Quer aparecer em um episódio do Fábrica de Crimes? É muito simples! Basta nos mandar um áudio por direct no Instagram @podcastfabricadecrimes nós só iremos publicar com a sua autorização. Vamos AMAR ter você por aqui :) Hosts: Rob (@rob.host) e Mari (@mari.host) Editor: Victor Assis (@assisoproprio) Este episódio conta com a participação especial de Rael Matos, mergulhador certificado pela PADI. Fontes: Hypeness. Teste de Talassofobia e foto mencionada no início do episódio (2017). Disponível em: https://www.hypeness.com.br/2017/03/se-essas-fotos-te-incomodam-provavelmente-voce-sofre-de-talassofobia-o-medo-do-mar/ YouTube. Canal Fascinating Horror: "Poganica Bay: A Cave Diving Disaster | A Short Documentary" (2022). Disponível em: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gj0LhZKyLDc Croatian Medical Journal. Artigo Científico "Scuba Diver with a Knife in His Chest: Homicide or Suicide?" (2003). Disponível em: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10705969_Scuba_diver_with_a_knife_in_his_chest_homicide_or_suicide Dnevni Avaz. Artigo (em croata): "Ronio u špilji kod Šolte: Našli ga s nožem u srcu" (2019). Disponível em: https://avaz.ba/region/hrvatska/460952/ronio-u-spilji-kod-solte-nasli-ga-s-nozem-u-srcu Sládek Tomás. Artigo (em tcheco): "Smrt Miroslava Kuklise" (2002). Disponível em: http://www.stranypotapecske.cz/nehody/mirekn.asp?str=200508181437500 Artigo (em tcheco): "Potápěč: Zažalujeme chorvatská média" (2002). Disponível em: https://www.idnes.cz/zpravy/domaci/potapec-zazalujeme-chorvatska-media.A021018_121820_domaci_has --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fabricadecrimes/message

Required Watching
You've Got Mail

Required Watching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 17:10


AIM Away Message: BRB Helping mom with groceries. A/S/L?? REQUIRED WATCHING ON SOCIALInstagram: http://instagram.com/RequiredwatchTwitter: http://twitter.com/requiredwatchSubscribe to our podcast: https://li.sten.to/RWPodcastTray and Dan online:Instagram: http://instagram.com/RequiredwatchInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dannytaverner/Twitter: http://twitter.com/TrayeppsTwitter: https://twitter.com/dannytaverner Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin
Victor Bayda, Oifigeach Pleanála Teanga, Uibh Ráthach.

RTÉ - Adhmhaidin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 5:41


Níl an comhlucht EIR ag caitheamh mar is ceart le pobal Uíbh Ráthaigh, atá gan idirlín ón gcomhlucht le nach mór 3 seachtaine anois, a dúirt Victor Bayda le Sláine Ní Chathalláin.

MeatsPad Esp
Impresora de Carne con Patxi Larumbe Beramendi Ep. 80

MeatsPad Esp

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 29:07


El episodio especial de hoy presenta a Patxi Larumbe, CEO de Cocuus System Ibérica SL, una empresa dedicada a desarrollar y comercializar la primera tecnología de impresión de alimentos en 3D del mundo. Patxi presenta su trabajo en este vídeo, donde desarrollan soluciones para la producción de alimentos de origen animal o vegetal mediante la impresión láser 2D/3D, bioimpresión y mecatrónica.

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe
Ep #159 - FTX & Why We Need to Appreciate History

Grow Money Business with Grant Bledsoe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 40:36


Learning from past mistakes is vital for any business venture or industry because it prevents the same mistakes being repeated. This topic comes to the forefront with the announcement of the controversial bankruptcy of FTX, one of the world's largest cryptocurrency companies, and the catastrophic events and revelations that followed. This week's episode of Grow Money Business discusses what's going on with FTX and why we need to study history. [04.06] FTX – A defunct company that belonged to the cryptocurrency and is currently in bankruptcy proceedings. [06.06] The bankruptcy – Grant dives into how FTX has come to bankruptcy. [12.20] The difference – Grant explains the difference between a brokerage firm and a bank. [13.22] The great depression - The worst economic downturn in the history of the industrialized world, lasting from 1929 to 1939. [13.30] Savings and loans crisis - The collapse of 1,043 out of 3,234 savings and loan associations (S&Ls) in the United States during the 1980s and 1990s is referred to as the savings and loan crisis. After the Great Depression, the S&L crisis was regarded as one of the worst failures of the banking sector in the United States. [17.00] The mortgage crisis - The US subprime mortgage crisis was a global financial crisis that erupted between 2007 and 2010 and was a factor in the global financial crisis of 2007–2008. [23.04] Mistakes of the past – Grant dives into what happens when we don't learn from the mistakes we made in the past. He further discusses the similarities between FTX's bankruptcy and Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy in 2008. [31.30] Negligence – Grant shares his idea about bringing experienced people and getting help to manage bankruptcy risk, which FTX has failed to do. [36.12] Being appreciative – Grant dives into the importance of appreciating others who came before you and studying their mistakes so you don't have to repeat them.   Resources A Crisis PR Veteran on Sam Bankman-Fried's Weird Media Strategy – https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2022/12/a-crisis-pr-expert-on-sam-bankman-frieds-odd-media-strategy.html   Sam Bankman-Fried, CZ Battle It Out on Twitter Over Binance's Aborted FTX Buyout – https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/sam-bankman-fried-cz-battle-it-out-on-twitter-over-binances-aborted-ftx-buyout/ar-AA155PKF   Crypto currency crashes recall 'wildcat' banking – https://techxplore.com/news/2022-12-crypto-currency-recall-wildcat-banking.html

Vô Vi Podcast - Nhạc Thiền
NTVV-1027_ Quốc Hồn _ Thơ Thiền Sư - Lương Sĩ Hằng - Vĩ Kiên _ Ngâm Thơ - Lệ Ba _ Album - Đạo Tâm

Vô Vi Podcast - Nhạc Thiền

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 10:35


NTVV-1027_ Quốc Hồn _ Thơ  Thiền Sư - Lương Sĩ Hằng - Vĩ Kiên _ Ngâm Thơ - Lệ Ba _ Album - Đạo Tâm

Copperplate Podcast
Copperplate Time 419

Copperplate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 96:13


http://www.copperplatemailorder.com                                   Copperplate Time 419                                presented by Alan O'Leary                             www.copperplatemailorder.com                                        Music & Mischief1. Bothy Band: Green Groves/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours 2. London Lasses:  Martin Wynne's #4/The Curlew/NanaJo's.   LL25 3. Johnny Og Connolly: The Blackthorn Stick/Humours of     Glendart/Paidin O'Raifeartaigh.  Fear Inis Bearachain 4. Andrew Murray:  Black Muddy River.   Hell or High Water 5. Urnua:  Inisboffin.  Urnua 6. The Boruma Trio:  The 4 Leafed Shamrock/Patrick's Day.  Gléas 7. John McEvoy & John Wynne: The Piper's Despair/Mullingar Lea.             The Pride of the West   8. Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh: Sliabh Geal gCua. Róisin Reimagined 9. Brenday Mc Auley:  The Pheaton Carraige.            The McCartneys of Pennyburn 1865 - 1912 10. Diarmuid Ó Meachair:             The Doocastle/The Bearhaven/Paddy Kelly's.   Siúl na Slí 11. Charlie, Ben & Brian Lennon:   Down the Brom/The Gatehouse Maid/Molloy's.Within A Mile of Kilty 2 12. Michael Sheehy: She Lost the Thing She Thought She Had/            The Gullane/The Kilcummin Slides.   The Cat's Rambles 13. Mick Sands: Autobiography. The Ominous & The Luminous 14. Mick O'Brien & Caoimhin O'Raghallaigh: An Buailteoir      Aerach/The Enchanted Lady/The Holy Land.   Deadly Buzz 15. Dan Brouder:  Eddie Kelly's/The Sailor's Cravat/Miss Johnson.              The Lark's Air 16. Andy Dinan & Jim Richardson:              Exile of Erin/The Conversation.  Inside Out         17. Alan Hull/Lindesfarne: Winter Song   The Collection 18. Dick Gaughan:              The Snows They Melt the Soonest.   Handful of Earth 19. Ralph McTell:   Weather The Storm.  Right Side Up 20. Jack E McAuley: The Old Triangle.    Shadowboxing 21. Bothy Band: Green Groves/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours

Spekingar Spjalla
193. Vikan, Slúðrið, In a Mood For a Food, Topp 3, Myndir þú fyrir smá Aur og Gull Lite testið

Spekingar Spjalla

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 125:34


Spekingar loksins fjórir. Vikan var mjög áhugaverð, Slúðrið kom á óvart, In a Mood For a Food hélt áfram, Topp 3 besta kvikmynda tvíeykið, ósanngjarnt Myndir þú fyrir smá Aur og helstu lúðar knattspyrnunnar í Gull Lite testinu. Upptökur fóru fram í Nóa Síríus stúdíói Podcaststöðvarinnar og Spekingar eru í boði Gull Lite.

Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine
CRYPTOCURRENCY UPDATE DECEMBER 2022- MARCH 2023 with SL 369

Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 29:05


SHIFT INTO PROSPERITY CONSCIOUSNESS for 2023!  Jill's on-line class, PROSPERITY PROGRAMMING, is a proven system which incorporates metaphysical and time tested techniques to attract more prosperity and abundance.  This is a powerful tool for shifting into a new vibration for a successful life: https://jilljardineastrology.com/prosperity-programming-sales-page/Get on Jill's mailing list for upcoming astrological information, workshops and specials: https://jilljardineastrology.com/free-resources/In this episode Jill Jardine, Professional Astrologer, and SL 369, Cryptocurrency Clairvoyant, discuss the trajectory of Cryptocurrency during December 2022-March 2023.  Disclaimer:  Jill Jardine, M.A. Counseling Psychology is not a financial advisor.  SL369 is not a financial advisor.  This podcast is for entertainment and informative purposes.We're excited to welcome back SL 369 to Cosmic Scene.  Jill will share the astrological energies that will be affecting Cryptocurrency in the next few months.  Stay tuned until the end of the episode when SL369 shares the Crypto coins that are good bets! We both predict the crypto markets are going to rally!SL369 is a Cryptocurrency clairvoyant who has been channeling visions about Cryptocurrency coins since 2018.  SL369 has an 80-85% accuracy with her Crypto visions.  SL stands for Starseed and Lightworker.  The number 369 was inspired by Nikola Tesla's theory that these numbers are the key to the Universe.  SL369 shares her Crypto visions on her website: https://www.sl369crypto.com/,Telegram, Twitter, and her YouTube channel.   SL369 has a very active website where she shares her Crypto dreams and visions daily:https://www.sl369crypto.com/Twitter:  https:/twitter.com/CryptoSL369YouTube: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FxAP2c9dtcTelegram:  https:/t.me/SL369cryptowww.soulmappingjj.comMAKING BILLIONS: A Private Equity Podcast for Entrepreneurs and Venture Capital InvestorsThanks for listening to another episode Making Billions with Ryan MillerListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Spekingar Spjalla
192. Slúðrið, In a Mood for a Food, Topp 3, Myndir þú fyrir smá aur og Kvikmyndaskorið

Spekingar Spjalla

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 62:52


Matti gaf sér smá tíma á milli utanlandsferða og er mættur með Sesa og Sæsa í stúdíóið. Heitt á könnunni í Slúðrinu, dustuðum rykið af gamla dagskrárliðnum In a Mood for a Food, Topp 3 hvaða íþrótt myndir þú vilja vera atvinnumaður í, nýr dagskrárliður, Myndir þú fyrir smá aur og Mattaþema í Kvikmyndaskorinu. Upptökur fóru fram í Nóa Síríus stúdíói Podcaststöðvarinnar og Spekingar eru í boði Gull Lite.

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Girona Gravel with Trek Travel

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 47:07


This week I recount my recent trip to Girona, Spain with Trek Travel. Our knowledgeable guides took us on a 5 day adventure throughout the region exposing us to Girona's plentiful and diverse gravel. As a bonus, we were able to connect with a number of local cycling brands contributing to Girona's reputation as the hub of European cycling. Trek Travel  Support the Podcast Join The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Girona Gravel Live [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. This week on the show, I'm releasing some recordings I did during the tractor on a gravel tour. I participated in, in November. It was a great trip. I encourage you to check it out on Trek's website and I appreciate Trek's support in getting the over there to have this wonderful experience. With my friend. Was able to sit down with our guides as well as some other members of the Jarana cycling community. To give you a flavor for this wonderful cycling city. I hope you enjoy and let's dive right in Day 1 [00:00:56] Craig Dalton: Right here we are, day one, Trek Gerona Gravel tour here in Gerona, Spain here in the hotel. Nord got set up on my Trek demo bike. Not the one you'd expect for these gravel trips, but it turns out the gravel roads here in Gerona are pretty smooth and you don't need the big wide tires that I typically ride at home. So we're riding a 35 C Pirelli tire on these Damani bikes. The great thing was, Sent them over. My fit measurements had everything dialed, so it was just some quick adjustments Right before the ride. Today we did about 25 miles today as a shakeout ride. Riding along, essentially along the river, out and back on either side of the river, which a lot of fun. We got into some single track. Super smooth. Not a lot of elevation today. That's gonna come tomorrow where I'm excited that we're riding off to the Mediterranean. So great first day. Great intro. The guides. Rafa and Mickey are awesome. Mickey's a local here in Jerron and Rafa's from London. Bringing a little bit of international flavor to the trip. We've got a group of about six of us, so it's pretty easy to keep people together. I've got two friends from San Francisco along for the ride, so that is a joy and a pleasure. More later in the week, and I'll get some commentary, a little bit more specifics about the writing from Mickey Rafa along the way to to give you an idea about what to expect. It's a five day experience here in the Jonah Gravel tour. They've got some other options I think, coming online next year, but super excited for the days to come as the mileage is gonna creep up, and I'm told the technicality is gonna creep up as well. So super excited for that. We'll see how these 35 C tires on the demos go, but I'm confident we've got the right equipment for the job. Day 2 [00:02:50] Craig Dalton: Okay, so on day two of the Trek Gerona gravel tour today, we did about 60 miles of gravel, about 1800 feet of climbing on our way to the Mediterranean beach, the Mediterranean Ocean. We started in Gerona and followed the prominent river all the way to the east. Surprisingly, the whole ride, we were on gravel roads, beautiful gravel. Started out getting outta town on some small paths right next to the river. Some real fun single track to wake you up and then onto some amazing roads through forests. There's a lot of forests here. We were told that the trees that were being planted there were for the paper industry. They were super beautiful tall trees and lined in rows, and we just weaved throughout them until 29 kilometers later. We met the van, the Trek travel van, and our second guide Mickey, who had water refills and food and everything we needed for the second half of our ride out there to the coast where we went through orchards, basically this incredibly smooth gravel road. Very, very little car traffic. I think maybe we saw a few, maybe three vehicles out there the whole day, but super pleasant ride. Relatively flat for 60 miles, only 1800 feet of climbing. We got to the ocean to meet Mickey in the van again. Had an amazing lunch and a few of us decided we were gonna jump into the. It wasn't exactly warm, but it wasn't unpleasant. It was so fun to kind of get off the gravel bike in the middle of your ride and go for a swim and play around. And one of the riders, James, my friend from San Francisco, took a nap on the beach while we were in the water and we had to rouse him to get him back on the bike for our 45 kilometer return home. Adding up to, as I said, 60 miles and no idea why I'm converting miles to kilometers and vice versa. Including them in the same sentences. But anyway, I'm a bit groggy from the ride. The legs are taken a little bit to get used to it, but it's been amazing. The town's been amazing. We, we spent sunset at, on the wall here in Jerome, next to the big church, and you can see the purities and the sun was setting right over the pys. Pretty incredible Second day. Getting ready for the third day, which I guess is a little bit more technical. I'll get some of the guides on to describe some of the terrain, excuse me, that we're going through and we'll see how the legs hold up. Day 3 [00:05:29] Craig Dalton: Day three of our Jer gravel cycling tour with track travel. Today was a little bit more technical, especially with the 35 Sea Tires. We got out into some rolling farm roads and definitely off into some single track and double track. That was pretty amazing, the first 30 K or so, rolling farm roads. Just a little bit punchier than we've been experiencing. A little bit looser gravel in most cases. But nothing too technical on the. 30 K of the ride. We had this amazing stop at Ro Roca corba cycling, a new 17th century Chateau kind of building that's being converted into a cycling. Kind of lodge and Airbnb pretty amazing. They took the kind of areas that used to house the cattle underneath the building and made them into kind of the bike room and a little cafe. It's a super like rustic arc, arc ceilings beautiful stonework on the grounds. This beautiful old building, it's being renovated by a couple professional cyclists, ones who's already retired, and one who's in the Women's Pro tour today. So that was really special. Kind of get to tour that facility and definitely something. It's about 30 kilometers outside of. Jer. So kind of an interesting place to stay. You know, the ideal might be stay in Gerona for, you know, four or five days and then go out there for three or four days, or two or three days to just get a little bit of different starting point. It's a little closer to closer to some of the climbs particularly for the roadies. So, you know, if you're interested in getting out and hitting some of those climbs and having a little less distance in your legs from Gerona, that's a good option. Once we left there, the riding got a little bit more technical through some farms. Took a lot of single track. Some punchier climbs actually reminds me of what I recently experienced at, at big sugar in Arkansas. Kind of loose gravel, the sense definitely some loose gravel pushed the technical capabilities. Clearly. Track is the, has done a really good job of making roots that are gonna explore different areas of your gravel cycling ability again today. Was definitely on the more technical side, particularly if you were a newer rider of which we had at least one in today's ride. And you know, you could. Some of them were, some of the dissents were definitely making them think, but everybody went through fabulously. We even got to stop at the property, which my one of the guides fathers owned, and I'll get him on to talk about that a little bit. But it was great being able to reminisce with him and he learned to swim up there. His father owned a restaurants, a typical Catalan food restaurant in this really beautiful building, which was kind of cool to see. Then we rolled back into, I'm always looking at the GPS and amazed that, you know, we could be within seven kilometers of Jerome and still in these amazing forests and woods, riding gravel, basically all the way back into town. So another great day out there. It's interesting how they've explored. The first day was kind of getting to know your bike a little bit. Second day was that long. Ride out to the beach. Not very technical. Beautiful, beautiful gravel roads today being more technical, and we'll see what the next two days have to bring us. Day 4 [00:08:46] Craig Dalton: All right. Day four, Gerona gravel. Definitely woke up feeling a little tired, not gonna lie. Fourth day riding in a row with some big climbs. Yesterday. Got a massage yesterday afternoon, which was awesome and quite affordable here in Gerona, which was a bonus. Got up this morning, got the bikes ready. We got the route loaded up. We were riding through the fields. Kesier de Las Selva known for the cork. It's cork production. So they actually, it was kind of interesting. They, the trees kind of about five feet kind of from the ground up. Five feet they chop and that's the cork that they used to make cork bottles, flooring, everything. So that was super cool to see. We continued rolling through some dirt roads through there, through the mountain range of Lis gravis. Then we tackled a famous road climb called Santa Aea, known as the George hie Climb for Local. This was awesome. I mean, I know we're here to talk about gravel and the gravel was great that first half of the morning, but that road climb was spectacular as well. I kind of felt like it was a bonus, obviously, like we signed up for a gravel trip, but to be able to do kind of a famous climb, road climb was amazing. It was great gradient, fantastic descent. Right at the bottom of it, we turned up another dirt road and had a a 12 K climb to lunch. Great climb kind of loose. Actually more similar to riding I do at home than the first couple of days. So that was interesting. Got up to a church where Salvador Dolly was married, had some lunch, then we dropped down the kind of backside of that climb. But before we got to the bottom in Jer, we took another hard right and got into a trail system right above. Rode some steep descents through and down back into town. Those steep descents were very much like mount ta. You know, maybe 12, 15% grade going down and loose. A lot of fun. I discovered by the time I got back to town that I managed to cut the sidewall of my. But fortunately the sealant held and it was all good for me to roll back into town. We dropped a few people off and ended up going on an extended loop, a pretty vicious climb on the extended loop they call extended loops for the avid riders. My legs were screaming at me, but it was a, it was a lot of fun. We were kind of just, again, in that same area going up into the ELs Angels climb area. Steep dirt climbs pretty loose. We grinded that climb for a while, but the descent was a hell of a lot of fun. Pretty gentle loose rock, but pretty easy to handle at speed. Fun. Coming back into the town the way that route did was a lot of fun. It really felt like you were kind of entering a village, not downtown gerona like we've done in some other, the the entrances back into town. Anyway, another great day out there for day four. Super fun, super varied. The team has done a really good job of kind of making each day feel different and like many areas around the world, kind of directionally where you head outta town, the, the dirt and the gravel. Has just a different feel to it. So it's been fun to explore. We've got one more day on the official tour, and then I've got an extra day here. So we're gonna do a sixth day of riding where I think we'll head back out to the Mediterranean Ocean. Cuz how, how cool is that? Day 5 [00:12:17] Craig Dalton: All right. Day five of the Jarana. The gravel tour with truck travel, bit of a shorter day, as most of the clients were leaving today, it's the end of the official tour. So our guides took us on a really fun kind of single tracky tour through a different part of the surrounding area that we hadn't visited before. Lots of fun. Just kind of a great community day where we got to interact with the other riders a bit, and the writing wasn't too challenging nor too long as the ideal schedule had you back by noon and getting checked out of the hotel. Fortunately, we don't have to leave today. So we decided at least a few of us who were staying on a couple extra days to go out and climb the LA angels. Road climb again. We had such a good time. The day before on that climb, we thought it'd be fun to go back up. And we had some energy in our legs and a little bit of time in the afternoon to go tackle that. So we said goodbye to the other members of our tour group and our guides and headed off on a road loop. It was great. We talked about the climb a bit the other day. Just a fun group. Growed climb we saw a bunch of pros climbing up at which was always fun got to the top crews back down and put another day behind us in the books Day 6 and 7 [00:13:31] Craig Dalton: All right. Well, the official tour from track is over at day five. We had a couple extra days on our hands over in Gerona and you better believe we wanted to go out there and ride Mickey. One of our guides that you'll hear from later in this broadcast was nice enough to share. Another route. Out to the coast for us. So we really enjoyed that ride out to the coast, just super satisfying to kind of hit the Mediterranean. I shouldn't come back. Over to Gerona, but he had us go over some great trails on the way out and then a really, really fun road climb. Just gradual great fun descent down into the Mediterranean. You got to the top and you could see the ocean just super satisfying. We sat around in a cafe for gosh. Probably an hour and a half, just drinking some teas and coffees and having some snacks. We were having a great time, but we realized we needed to head back to Gerona. And Mickey's rude had us go through some similar type of terrain that we were on in our coastal roots, a few days back, those nice long flat undulating gravel trails that seemed to be pervasive in this area. So we're super appreciative of Mickey. Sharing one of his favorite routes that he loves to do with his friends, with us. So we could get another big day. You know, on the bike. I'll move on to day seven. As I'm recording this after the fact day seven, we didn't have a bunch of time left. So we decided we were going to basically revisit the route from day one, some of that nice single track and double track along by the river, it was actually fun without the group with just two of us remaining on the bikes, the kind of rip the single track a little bit harder. We were comfortable with the bikes. We'd been on them for seven days at that point. So really fun to just kind of rip the single track and nail it a little bit harder. Knowing that we could go as hard as we wanted because we had an overnight in Barcelona and then we were going to be on a plane saying a sad goodbye to Gerona. Overall. It was a fantastic trip. Jarana is a very special community. There's a reason why so many cyclists flock there it's clear whether you're a gravel cyclist road cyclist, or even mountain biker that there's ample terrain every direction outside of Jarana. And then the town itself is just really special, special. Between the old world, the old town roads and the city. City walls, the church walls. It was just a really great experience. Our guides from track were phenomenal and I wanted to introduce you to them. So I've recorded some tracks. That'll play immediately after this commentary. So you can get to know Mickey and Rafa, who were our guides throughout the week for track travel. I also was able to capture a little bit of audio from a few different sources. We talked a little bit about Roca Corp, but cycling. Both the 17th century Villa that's being converted into a cycling Airbnb, as well as there's Roca, Corbus cycling clothing, which was founded by a gentleman by the name of a test who's happening to be opening his store this month in Jarana. So it was able to get him on the mic. I had Andrew from the Airbnb. Cycling house. And then also Oscar from Castelli Castelli just opened up a flagship community store in Gerona that week we were there as well. We witnessed a number of group rides going out from the facility. So it was great to hear what Castelli's perspective was for opening that facility. And I was surprised to learn it had. Had little to do with selling. Jerseys and clothing and bib shorts, as you would imagine, and everything to do with promoting the cycling community and creating yet another hub. In Jarana for cyclists. Which brings us back to why you should all go to Jarana. As i just mentioned it's a great place to go and i highly recommend it and i hope you enjoyed this overview of my experience there. With that said let's jump right into those conversations Rapha - Trek Travel Guide [00:17:33] Craig Dalton: Okay, can I get your name and what you do with Trek? [00:17:36] Rapha: My name is Rafael and I'm a second [00:17:38] Craig Dalton: guide for Trek Travel. And [00:17:40] Rapha: where are you from? Well that's a good question cuz originally from the Philippines grew up for most of my life, 20 years in London and now anywhere in Europe. So I'm a resident of France, but I gotta find a place to live , so. [00:17:54] Craig Dalton: And how long have you been guiding for truck [00:17:56] Rapha: travel? This will be my fifth year now, guiding for truck. [00:17:59] Craig Dalton: And what does that look like? Are you always based here in Jer or are you all over the place? We, we [00:18:03] Rapha: sort of congregate here in the beginning of the year and then come back at the end of the year, but in between, we're all over [00:18:09] Craig Dalton: Europe. And are you leading, I know Trek Travel has got many, many road tours. Probably a lesser degree of gravel tours. Are you leading trips on the road and gravel [00:18:21] Rapha: for now? Yeah, and we're, we're starting off gravel next year and so it's a mainly road for the beginning. Next year we're gonna bring in unpaved which is gonna be a whole gravel series. So we have a whole unit of bikes just traveling throughout Europe, and it's gonna be exciting for next year. Yeah, [00:18:37] Craig Dalton: it's exciting. I heard, I heard from the, the extended team that you're gonna really build out the gravel experiences for next year, which is great. I think if my experience in Jerome with the gravel tour is any indication there's gonna be a lot of magical trips across Europe, helping riders discover gravel all over the. [00:18:56] Rapha: Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I do a lot of the road tours and I'll see just a patch of undiscovered area and I'm thinking, Hey, where does that go? Or I'll be traveling along the hills and in between you're gonna see these gravel patches of fires and you just want to go and explore. And essentially that's what the guides that went into design these trips or, or want to do, they want to do that. They want to find out those roads. Where does it lead to? Can I connect these dots and see the town and where am I gonna. [00:19:25] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I think it's one of the things I've talked about on the podcast a lot, just the power of local knowledge as we're following the GPX files or following you guys' guides through Jer here. You know, there's a lot of nuance, a lot of little trails that you can pop onto that would be easy to miss if you just sort of saw a heat map of the area. You might just choose the carriage way instead of the the nice trails. So it's really cool and important. I. To have guides that are local to kind of pick apart the best of the best for us to ride on. [00:19:57] Rapha: Yeah, I mean this is what we do. We, this is what we do for fun. So on our time off whilst we do a lot of road riding for work on our time off, we want to go out there and ride gravel. And so this is why we get to know the places. We live around here and in the places that we research gravel all we're doing is just riding and riding and riding and then through. Time, just knowledge. You build up tracks in your head and you wanna put that onto design and then maybe create a trip around it. Find a hotel, find a restaurant, the best restaurants, best hotels to stay and yeah, it's awesome. [00:20:30] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I feel that way. Whenever anybody comes to Marin County, I just wanna show them the best of the best and not the most obvious trails, but the, the ones only the locals know. Yeah. [00:20:41] Rapha: You, you wanna share it? I mean, it's, its more fun riding a gravel. It's more fun with people, friends and random people that you meet up on [00:20:48] Craig Dalton: trails as well. Yeah. When we were, when we first arrived during the week and you were giving an overview, you were talking about kind of the progression of roots that we'd be doing during the week. I thought it was very interesting, like the thoughtfulness in, in how you guys conceived of the roots and the, the relative challenges, whether they be distance or technic. Can you talk about, you know, if someone's come coming into one of the spring trips for the Trek Travel Corona gravel tour, what would how would you describe it? [00:21:16] Rapha: Well, so, well, there was no brief in the beginning, so actually when we rode this, For the research we rode 500 kilometers in five days and it looked like a picture of a lung with all the trees of just dead ends. But once we put it all together, we decided to, okay. Day one is a bit of an introduction. Let's get you used to the surfaces, the mixed surfaces, but we're gonna keep it flat. And on the second day we're gonna add on a little bit of distance just to make sure you have endurance for grab, because it's a lot of work. You know, you're doing a lot of cadence. Mind work as well, trying to figure out what's coming up. And then day three we add technicality. Now we're having multi services, soft sand, big rocks, technical climbs, and technical descents, which, you know, your wheels dig in, you gotta react to it. And then we put all of that together for the fourth day where you. Pick up all the skills you've had and we put it all in a fourth day for you to enjoy. Yeah. Right [00:22:11] Craig Dalton: on. And can you talk about the bikes that people are offered for this [00:22:15] Rapha: trip? Okay. For this trip, we are currently running Damani 2019 s SL seven. So it has gravel wheels on it for 35 millimeter. And it's just fun. That's what it is. So it's, it's not an all out gravel. It tests your limits on this ride and you get electronic shifting. So when you really need that gear on those technical climbs, you're gonna get it. Of course you're gonna prepare for it, but you're gonna get, get the gears. Yeah. When [00:22:39] Craig Dalton: I first saw that, that was the bike spec, I mean, it almost immediately had me thinking of more the trails that we took out to the coast when the carriageway, the, the, you know, the reclaimed rail line. Right. But at the end of the day, like now, four days into this, You're pushing the limits of these bikes and it's been a hell of a lot of fun. I mean, it, I really do think it's one of, it is kind of a perfect bike for this situation because it did everything you needed to do if you were ever on the road, it felt snappy and lively and it could withstand some of the abuse we were putting it through today. [00:23:11] Rapha: Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, these, these can do rock gardens and slick rock on, on good terrain. Good. These bikes are perfect around your owner. Of course, you know, you can always go wider. You can get flat bars and you go, world is your oyster. When it comes to gravel. I mean, you ask anybody what is gravel to you and they'll give you a million answers depending on who you're talking to. So every, everyone's got their preferences, and next year, you know, who knows? We have Wider checkpoints next year and it's it's gonna cater up to 50 mil tires and it's gonna be amazing. So we have sneak preview, we have a few in the warehouse at the moment in, and we can't wait for next [00:23:48] Craig Dalton: year at a checkpoint. Yeah, I think it, I mean, the checkpoint's obviously like gonna be a little bit more versatile and you can imagine the opportunity if you have a rider on day one that's seeming a little nervous. Maybe you spec it with a 40 to begin with and maybe you swap out the wheels and maybe you put him or her on 50 millimeters just to give them additional comfort. And who knows, maybe it's even for day four, we put you on 50 millimeters cuz we know it's gonna be kind of more challenging, technically speaking. [00:24:17] Rapha: Yeah, I mean, absolutely. We're gonna, as guides, you know, we're gonna test write these. We have a few in now and we're gonna have fun and check it out. So to checkpoint with all this capabil. It's gonna be more forgiving and hopefully you'll get more people coming in and not be so scared about gravel and check it out and try, try something different from [00:24:37] Craig Dalton: road riding. Yeah, for sure. As someone who didn't grow up in gerona, what have been some of your favorite things that you've discovered in town? [00:24:43] Rapha: Oh, you know what? Last night was probably one of the best nights ever because it was random. Mickey invited me down to the cast Telluride, and we did a Night Gravel, which is absolutely epic. Like, it's add just a different layer of difficulty, not seeing too far around and the group dynamic and you know, getting to know people and. Absolute blast. [00:25:04] Craig Dalton: Yeah, we were more than a little jealous that we didn't have lights with us and our legs were probably cooked enough that we shouldn't go for another eye, but we probably would've been excited to do so. Craig, maybe next time we're gonna invite you around. Exactly. Outside of Jer, since you've done Trek travel trips in a bunch of different places, what would be like one other trip that you'd recommend? Gravel or road? Either way. Oh, that's, [00:25:26] Rapha: it's like choosing between your children really. Like I adore all the trips and, but for me, this. The classic climb of the Alps. It's so stunning. It's beautiful and it's challenging. That's one of my favorite trips. And what, [00:25:39] Craig Dalton: what classic climbs, if you can recall, some of 'em are on that [00:25:43] Rapha: trip. Yeah. Yeah. So I mean, we start in a place LA Luce and the first ride you're doing quarter cord Qure. Okay. And, sorry, my mistake. Yeah. Qure. And it's a, it's a first. Already you're getting like 1500 meters of elevation in a 55 kilometer ride. So it's just day one and you're already getting straight up, okay, we're here to climb and we're gonna go all out the whole week. Nice. Of course, we, we do the epic outdoors at the end trip, sort of the icing of the cake and so that's the last climb of the, [00:26:20] Craig Dalton: of the trip. Yeah. It's certainly nice for anybody who's been watching the tour to come over and knock off any one of those climbs that are bucket list. [00:26:27] Rapha: Yeah, it is, it is a backless trip. I was fortunate, fortunate enough to climb outdoors on the TDF day in 2022, and the atmosphere there is unbelievable. Just the, the crowd cheering you on it, it just gives you an extra beat and you are just hammering up the hill just because of the people cheering you on. It's absolutely epic. And then of course you get more quieter climbs. So Wears is a great climb, but like Holyland. It's not celebrated enough for just Serenity, and it's, it's still challenging. It's 21 kilometers and but it's a good, it's a good time. Yeah. It's underrated my opinion. Amazing. My favorite call. [00:27:05] Craig Dalton: Awesome. I love your passion for it, . Thank you. Cool. And I, again, I wanted to thank you for all your help this week. It's been great getting to know you and riding with you. If it's, if it's unclear in anything we've said before, Each day we've had one of these guys riding with us and so one person's in the van and we've got one person on a bike with us. So we've had good camaraderie and lots of miles to get to know one another. So thanks again for everything [00:27:28] Rapha: this week. Thank you to, to you guys. Cause without you we wouldn't be here. And it's an absolute pleasure to be guiding you around here and it's so fun just doing own gravel. Cheers. Thank you. Miqui [00:27:38] Craig Dalton: All right, sir, can I get your name and what you do for truck travel? [00:27:42] Miqui: Yeah, so my name is Mickey Mic Reta, and I'm one of the guides of the truck travel ju gravel. [00:27:50] Craig Dalton: And not only are you one of the guides, you're a local here [00:27:52] Miqui: in Gerran. Yeah, I'm local. I'm born and raised in Gerran and I'm very happy to have you guys here in Gerona. Let's, let's [00:28:01] Craig Dalton: actually start with that. You've been in Gerona your whole life as you just. What's it been like growing up here? How has the town changed and as cycling has become more of a hub, how has it been infused into Gerona culture? [00:28:14] Miqui: So I would say cycling has always been a part of Ger. I remember as a kid going to a bunch of mountain bike races with my brother, probably. I did my mountain bike race, my first one when I was like six years old. And then, After that, it's just, it's been growing like crazy and I remember probably about eight years ago as one, it just went insane. Like all the pros started moving here and somehow it created a community that is just like a magnet for all the cyclists anywhere in the world up until the point that now I would say Juran is the cycling capital of the. [00:28:55] Craig Dalton: What is it about the roads and trails around here that you think attracted them people to gerona? Obviously, you've given us a great sample these five days of what the gravel has been like, and it's been spectacular. We've touched on some of these roads. I'd just like to hear in your words, why do you think everybody's coming here? [00:29:14] Miqui: So I would say Jona has everything you are looking for in. Or anything related to cycling? The weather is good all year round. It's true we have a rainy season, which lasts for a couple weeks or a month. We have a very few weeks in summer, which is very hot in very few weeks in winter, which is very cold. But the rest of the year is incredible. It has an. Endless options of road riding. If you wanna ride to the peer, you can, it's a long ride, but you can actually do it if you wanna ride from ju to the coast and do a nice short loop, short-ish you can do it if, yeah, I would say in ju you could be riding for almost a month and you would never repeat a single ride. [00:29:58] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I believe it. I mean, just from sampling it for this week. Yeah, for sure. And I mean, I think it's great that you've. Flat options. You've got hilly options. I think today we were up on kind of the local climb you would probably do after [00:30:12] Miqui: work. Yeah. You guys were up on Los Angeleses, which. I feel like it's just incredible to have a climb like that starting at three kilometers from the center of Una and yeah, it's, it's a long climb. It's about 10 kilometers and on top you get views of the purines. You get views of the ocean, well, the sea. Yeah. I feel like we are very lucky [00:30:33] Craig Dalton: in here. Yeah. Yeah. I feel like it's like probably one of those climbs that every local athlete knows their exact time to the top. Yeah. [00:30:41] Miqui: I would say that. People's fitness, you always ask, what's their time of Los Angeles ? [00:30:47] Craig Dalton: Yeah. That'll tell you if you're a compatible rider with them. So let's talk about the, the Trek Jer Gravel tour. I think you had a hand in a lot of the mapping, being a local and figuring out all the roots. How did you go about kind of, I always say whether it's an event organizer or a tour, it's almost like a love letter to your community and your trails, right? You're. You've got guests coming in from out of the country or out of the area and you wanna show them the best of the best. How did you go about thinking about the, the trails and roads we were [00:31:17] Miqui: on? The thing about this trip is that I had, I had to think that I couldn't make it super intense cuz sometimes we are taking guests at not super experienced on, on gravel riding or they just come from the. So I couldn't make a trip very technical, but as you guys saw, we have a few avid options after the look we do every day, which are a little more technical. But yeah, I feel like I, I was really happy when they actually said, Hey Mickey, do you want to give us a hand with this trip? Because, It's Una, I'm, I'm, that's where I started riding and I love grow riding, so actually my favorite ride of the trip is the one where we go to the coast. So we start in Una. It's super flat. We actually did on an incredible day. It was super sunny and we stop at the at the sea and yeah, we have lunch by the sea. Then after you guys went for a little swim and then we brought back to Una, we tried to stop at the brewer, which was unfortunately close that day. But yeah, I just think it's, I was very happy when Trek Travel said, Hey, do you wanna give us a [00:32:23] Craig Dalton: hand on this? Yeah. It's interesting. I think it's, it's sort of, you know, I imagine Trek travel draws a lot of road athletes Yeah. Onto their trips. So I think it is very approachable, but definitely had moments where you needed some skill. Not, you know, I think for more experienced gravel riders, riders, there was, there was no fear. It was just fun and exhilaration. But for a couple of the newer rider, When they were going down the looser descents, they were probably a little bit scared but exhilarated when they got to the bottom. Yeah. [00:32:54] Miqui: I don't think it's, it's nothing crazy. We haven't put anything on this trip, which would be like dangerous or scary for like total beginners. We've had intellectual, we, we classify rider in four levels, four being the, the most expert. And we've had people on this trip, they're like level twos and they've. They've loved the descents, they love the writing. Yeah. I think it's, it's got a great balance of hardcore and not hardcore, so. Yeah. [00:33:23] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's super interesting. I mean, we, we sort of weave through the farmlands and into little villages, and it's been a real pleasure to kind of pop out of some woods and go through some, you know, 17th century sanctuary buildings and then back out onto some trails. It's, it's super fun. So, [00:33:39] Miqui: and that's the thing about Juran, right? So everyone, Toronto is for road cycling, but as a local, I'm a hundred percent sure that there is actually a lot more gravel riding than there is road riding in Toronto. Yeah, I [00:33:56] Craig Dalton: believe you. I mean, I think within four kilometers of town every day we've been on the dirt. Yeah. [00:34:01] Miqui: The extension of like farm roads and Yeah, just unpaved roads. I mean, I'm not talking about single track, I'm just talking. Real, what I like to call the real gravel, which is smooth and fast. [00:34:15] Craig Dalton: Yeah. You were telling me about that railroad line that used to go from the Yeah. The sea to the purities, and now it's all a gravel road. Yeah, [00:34:23] Miqui: so I would say it's about 50 years ago when they removed the, the train line, the, well, the railway, which there was a train that went from sun follow g. Which is one of the towns on the coast. And then it run all the way up to Ola and now yeah, they just remove the whole railway and they lay gravel on it and it's just an incredible, it's, it's actually a bike path, so on the weekend it's gonna be full of kids on bikes and yeah, the extension to the Villa Verde, which that it's included on the Villa Verde, is just incredible. How [00:35:02] Craig Dalton: many kilometers do you think that that trail. It's over a hundred kilometers. That's amazing. I mean, to be able to cruise, I mean, and relatively flat presumably, until it gets to the purity side. Yeah. It's [00:35:14] Miqui: totally flat. But since a train used to Yeah. Be on it, so they made sure it was super flat [00:35:20] Craig Dalton: for it. Yeah. Miles and miles and miles. Going back to the community in Ger, what are some of your favorite kind of, if a cyclist is coming to town, what are some of the go-to businesses they should [00:35:30] Miqui: visit? So if a cyclist comes in, ger, I would say most people, they would come here for about at least a week. So you're gonna have time to visit all of them, which they are all a hundred percent worth visiting. But there is a couple of places. You should a hundred percent go see if you're here for a short period of time. One of them being a coffee shop called La Fabrica, which it's only open in the mornings and lunch, so it's, it's the perfect place to brunch. Yeah. [00:36:05] Craig Dalton: Quick aside, I literally ran into someone I know, know from the United States today, and they told us to go have brunch at [00:36:13] Miqui: Left Africa Till Africa is owned by Christian Mayer and Amber Mayer. He was, well, he's a, he's a former, Yeah, they were the pioneers in Una, so they were the first ones to open a coffee shop, only focused for cyclist, of course, for everyone. And now it has become like a super great, like it's, it's a tourist attraction right now, but that's what kind of triggered the whole cycling movement in Joran. Okay. [00:36:41] Craig Dalton: So La Africa, and what's the [00:36:42] Miqui: second one? La Africa. They also have another coffee shop, which is only for. Which LA Fabric is more like brunch and food. The other coffee shop is called Espresso Mafia, which is one meal walking from La Fabrica, and that's basically where Christian roast the coffee and then you can drink it at Espresso Mafia. And then another place you should go visit in general, well, mid January. Trek and track travel. It's opening the first track store in the world, which is gonna have truck travel inside of it. And with a rental fleet, we are going to be the biggest, as in space, we're gonna have the biggest bike shop in ju, which it's pretty exciting. [00:37:29] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that's really exciting. And then finally, what's one sort of cultural place within Jerron that a tourist should visit? [00:37:36] Miqui: The whole old town itself. If you go to Juna, I highly recommend getting a walking tour of the Old Town because you're really gonna see what our culture is here and how it was in the past. And everything around the old town is just, it's just incredible. [00:37:55] Craig Dalton: Yeah. That's fun. You recommended we go up onto the wall for sunset. Yeah. And we've, we missed it the first night. The second night we, we made it up. We may have had to like randomly climb over a fence to make it there in time because we couldn't find the way up. But we got there and it was spectacular with view. Is that the purities that you're looking at out there? Yeah. You [00:38:14] Miqui: get to see Purees, you get to see a bunch of things and yeah, there is a restaurant called Aro. Which is in one of the steps. Well, there's like, Juna has 200 million cathedrals, but in one of them. On the stairs there is a restaurant called , which they actually film Game of Thrones there. And the terrace of the restaurant, it's actually on a little like flat section it has on those stairs. And I think it's a really cool location. [00:38:45] Craig Dalton: That's super. Cool. Well, thank you so much for coming on. Thank you so much for all the hospitality this week. It's been great to getting to know you and the local terrain [00:38:55] Miqui: here. Yeah. Thank you guys for coming. Girona Cycling Friends [00:38:57] Andrew - RocaCorba: All right. Can I let me get your name and let me know where we're at. What's this beautiful place? So my name is Edward Green. I'm the guest, the general manager slash I don't know what, at Rocka Culpa cycling. So we are a cycling tourism business just outside of Jer Corona in a town called Bans. We are based on a 17th century Catalan estate, or Maia as it is in Catalan. And we are basically trying to be a boutique hotel with some villas attached, which is exclusively for cyclists, road, gravel, mountain. Whatever you enjoy on two wheels is, is what we wanna do. And how far away from Ger are we? So we are currently 18 kilometers from Gerona, or 10 or 11 miles depending. Country. And about a 30 to 45 minute ride depending on, on how you get to us. Can you describe where we are in, in the villa right now? So we're downstairs basically in what used to be the old like area for the animals. So we've got some troughs around us, but we've done huge renovations to basically create our cycling dungeon down here. So we've got beautiful old vaulted Catalan ceiling. Rustic concrete floors, beautiful stone work, and then cycling history all around us with some beautiful frames. Cycling jerseys. Good coffee from the rocket espresso machine. Everything you can need for a good cycling stay. And what time of year is best to come here? Pretty much all, all year. To be honest. I don't think there's necessarily a bad month anymore, like December and Januarys tends to be quite quiet, but we see strong gravel riding in October, November, and the rest of the year is a lot of road riding. Summer is quite warm, so unless you like waking up early, probably avoid summer a little bit. But like June and September, October, probably buffer the. I'll note when you said strong gravel riding, you looked right at exactly a hundred percent. You are the epitome of what we see in November. . Tell us a little bit about the rest of the. So we are on 37 hectares and it's basically an old, what was an old family estate of the Campier family. The estate dates back to the 17th century, so 1673, and it was with the same family until 2018 when we took it over to create. What we want to create is basically cycling paradise all you need in one place. Out in the countryside, but close to Gerrin. And how many rooms do you have available here? So currently we're at eight rooms, but we'll be at 13 by April next year. So we're currently in the process literally starting today, which is very exciting of putting in five beautiful unsweet rooms in this main can poly manor house, partially they'll have views over down towards the lake onto some vineyards, but also into the courtyard and just generally over the rolling hills of, of Jerome. And tell us a little bit about the village. So just on our doorstep, we have the town of Olas which has a beautiful lake in it. It's where they had the rowing for the 92 Barcelona Olympic. It's a great place for like active people, for families, et cetera. But there's a lot of rowing. A lot of of the British university teams come out and train here. A lot of the national teams come and train as well, but generally just a fantastic place to be. Good quality of life and just down to earth and authentic. Amazing. And how do people find out about staying here? So if you have a look on Rocka coba cycling.cc, you'll find us and you can kind of do anything from there. Or if you are enjoy climbing, just Google Rocka Coba, you'll find the climb, and then you'll find us and the clothing. Amazing. Thank you. Perfect. That was great. [00:42:14] Oscar - Castilli: Okay. Can I get your name? Hi, my name is Oscar. And Oscar. Where are we standing today? Well, today we are in the, the first flag shipper store in the, in the war from Costelli here in Una. And what's the plan for the store? What are you trying to do with the community here? Well, una, you know, is the Jamaica for for European cyclists, I think all over the world. So, right now Castelli store, it's coming to. The big cycling club in Giona and well, why not in Spain? Nice. And we, we rolled by here last night and there was a big group ride going out on the gravel. Yeah. We have almost 40 people doing the full moon ride. It was amazing. So always we keep a surprise for all the riders. We stop in a food truck in the middle of the forest with fire. Some dinner and and beer. So it was super fun. That's amazing. And if someone's coming to Jerone to, to visit, do you have a calendar of events that they can look at? Yeah, they can, they can follow us on our Instagram and yeah, you can check. So, but every week we have a ride, so, and 2023, especially now it's coming a low season for the weather, but from February. So it's coming. A lot of events. Yeah. Amazing. Thanks Oscar, and congratulations on opening the new Castelli store. Yeah, big pleasure. Thanks for coming. [00:43:30] Mattias - Rococorba Clothing: All right. Right. Can you tell me your name and your shop? Mattias from Roco, COBA Clothing, Giron Mattias. Tell us a little bit about the brand. Yeah, it's a brand. It started in 2017 in the top of the mountain of Roco Coba. It's a very famous climb here in Giron, and I decided to, to put a food truck up there and to start at the same time closing brand called Roca corba. And yes, five years. Later. I just opened a new shop in GI selling all my stuff, selling online, gold wide, and really happy too. Have, what are some of the products that you sell? I sell Jersey t-shirts, shorts accessories, bags, Macs, beat ons. A lot of things sucks. Yeah. Amazing. These jerseys I see on the wall are beautiful, very colorful, very expressive. What inspires you and the, the designs? Yeah. Yeah. Right now I have like more or less 50, 60 different designs and I inspir it from everywhere. My slogan is cycling apparel inspired by the rob because we have so many different landscapes or different places and always I, I have inspired inspiration in the. In our region. Yeah. And when is the shop opening up? I hope next Thursday it will be open. Now it's ready and I have to do some things, little things, but next Thursday, big opening here in J in the center. Amazing. I'm excited. We got a preview. We are able to pick up some of your lovely clothing. You said you, you're available worldwide. Where can people find you on the. Yeah, we can find in ro.com. We have online shop with all the products and we we ship worldwide. Amazing. Thank you. Thank you. Pleasure, . [00:45:22] Craig Dalton: So that's going to do it for this first international version of the gravel ride podcast. I've been talking and dreaming about international gravel travel for some time. So I was super excited to have this opportunity with track travel. To explore Durona with their Gravel cycling tour. It was amazing trip. As I said before, I highly encourage you to check it out. As Raffa mentioned. They're unveiling a whole new series of gravel adventures for 2023. So they're really leaning into this gravel travel concept. What I loved about it was that unlike a gravel event where you might be focused on. Simply one ride when you visit somewhere amazing. Here. We were able to focus on riding every single day and there was no one ride that we needed to save ourselves for to get across the finish line. It was really about. Exploring as much as our legs could handle. I wasn't as fit as I had normally been when I've gone over to Europe in the, in the past, but it was still an amazing trip, still an amazing experience that I highly, highly recommend. If you're interested in connecting and learning more about the trip, please visit truck travel.com. If you're interested in pinging me, please visit the ridership's that's www.theridership.com. If you're able to support the show, please visit buy me a coffee.com/the gravel ride or ratings and reviews are hugely appreciated. Until next time here's to finding some dirt under your wheels

Car Chat
#156 Sam Bailey | SL Shop - Everything Mercedes Benz SL

Car Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 77:36


I popped in to see Sam Bailey, founder of  @SLSHOP   to talk all about Mercedes, his journey and all of the SLs along the way. https://www.theslshop.com/https://www.instagram.com/slshopuk/Listen to podcast episodes here: https://link.chtbl.com/LUQgRVuZ Enjoy, Sam Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro12:41 - The SL Models20:27 - Working on Electronics and Old Parts28:27 - What's Hard to Restore?35:41 - The Favourite SL45:06 - Racing Experiences56:24 - Customer Demographics1:02:47 - 5 QuestionsPodcast Sponsors:The Market By Bonhams Online Classic & Collector Car AuctionsElev8 Finance Prestige Automotive Funding Specialists

The Planet Today
Guest Interview: Marshall Conley (SLØ)

The Planet Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 28:55


Matt interviews Marshall Conley, the Co-Founder of SLØ. Marshall began working with startups and small businesses after dropping out of university in 2017, which focuses mostly on growth and sales. He took the leap of starting his own startup in 2021 by joining MNTN Co.Eventually, he started SLØ with MNTN Co. founder Kristian Hansen to focus on the sustainable fashion industry.Slojeans.co and fakepocketssuck.com Make sure to check out our sponsor for today's episode at Kitcaster with a special offer for friends of our show to become guests on other podcasts.

Marketing Online
2230. Organizando ingresos, cuentas y finanzas

Marketing Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 23:29


Hoy os cuento como organizo yo mis cuentas y finanzas a nivel de SL, cuenta personal, impuestos, reinversión, gastos y demás.

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica
Gift Guide Part 1: Partners, Parents, and Grandparents

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 66:12


It's that time of year: the unveiling of the best gift guide in the podcast multiverse (we like to think). Part 1 stars your most charming—and trickiest—partners, parents, and grandparents. Next week, tune in for part 2, and, in the meantime, dig into the ol' present-paralysis back catalogue. For the full episode recap—with ALL THE LINKS!—head to the A Thing or Two site. Get the ecomm support you need with Shopify. Get a free 14-day trial with our link. Shop our favorite MoMA Design Store finds—so many holiday crowd-pleasers! Feel your best in Honeylove and get 20% off with the code ATHINGORTWO. Book that doctor's appointment already by downloading the free Zocdoc app. Husbands and Boyfriends! 42-year-old male. Recently started dating. Lawyer. Dad. World traveler. Cyclist. Just bought a new house. Moved back to the area (Philly) from upstate new york. photographer. reader. avid home cook. knows a Parisian knot. loves a good meal out. linen shirt wearer. loafers/boat shoes with shorts kind of guy. Enjoys wine and cocktails. catholic raised. city dweller. nerdy and thoughtful. Linoto linen boxers Artemis loafers Stranger's Guide Fellow Travelers Club Arabica coffee plant Photodom photography-themed Croc Jibbitz (Or really anything from Photodom—they have a cute gift guide on their site.) Ghiaia cashmere  La Salumina Amatriciana kit Rapha cycling backpack Tiptop cocktails Depths of Wikipedia tickets—NYC live show on 12/14 or Pittsburgh show on 12/16—or mug Donation to TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image's teen photo program in Philly   Husband who thinks he's outdoorsy but hasn't been camping in decades. Bluefeel Kruca camping fan Gramicci gadget shorts or pants  Battenwear bouldering pants 1733 duffle An actual camping weekend for next summer for him—a lot of places book a year or 9 months in advance. Recs: Hither Hills State Park and Assateague Island. Getaway House gift certificate Wildsam National Parks or Road Trip guides Donation to a local preservation organization, like, say, Save the Boundary Waters in MN  REI outdoor skills classes   Husband who owns a ceramics company and has an eye for design. Courier mag subscription Dusen Dusen for MoMA Subu slippers Quark pegboard for his office or studio Carson Converse small-format quilts Glass-blowing or leather-working class Sight Unseen book How to Live With Objects Donation to People's Pottery Project Wives and Girlfriends!   Chronically ill wife with long-covid 2.5 years, doesn't like surprises, and in bed most days. loves sports, her friends, sitting in the park, and a great deal. Nocs Provisions binoculars—they did a cool collab with the Native artist Amelia Winger-Bearskin that includes a strap Cliq portable chairs  Vintage Masters golf gear, like this eighties ringer tee or this nineties hat) WNBA custom jersey Offhours home coat   Grandparents! My 90-year-old grandma who refuses hearing aides because we don't visit enough and lives off of chipotle and chips. Liberty London 2-in-1 game set - ludo and backgammon Quilted Snakes & Ladders set Frontera Grill carnitas taco kit Fancy chip clips + chips & salsa of the month club subscription   My mostly home-bound grandma. Loves her tomato plants, vitamins, and Bob Barker. Flamingo Estate roma heirloom tomato candle Nonna's Grocer tomato famiglia candle set Bordallo Pinheiro tomate apertifs plate—or lamp! If you have kids who she can share it with: Tomatoes for Neela by Padma Lakshmi 1986 Price Is Right board game Come on Down sweatshirt Chronically Chic pill organizer for her vitamins   Moms, Stepmoms, and Mothers-In-Law!   My mom is my white whale: needs nothing, no guilt in buying herself things she wants. Hates Christmas but derives joy from getting to complain about it. Good cook with a global palette (has all the gadgets she approves of and a long list of gadgets she does not endorse), news junkie, reads a lot. 61, both of my parents are retired, lives in the Pacific Northwest. Has taste but no style, hates clutter. Buys her clothes at Costco. Drinks nice wine that she also buys at Costco. Thinks art is stupid (I am an artist). She's very funny but she really leans into her brand of "antisocial curmudgeon." Successful gifts in the past were an NYtimes subscription and a fancy amaryllis bulb that she can text me about and shame it for blooming the wrong time of year. I try to veer towards consumables. She can also appreciate a handmade ceramic (functional, not decorative). Masienda tortilla starter kit (with Dona Rosa tortilla press) and the companion Masa cookbook  Diaspora Co. chai kit Talbott and Arding cheese club subscription Yun Hai dried fruit—there's a gift set Omsom IYKYK shaker set NYT Spelling Bee hat Hadley & Bennett apron Roz Chast books, like What I Hate from A to Z, or Roz Chast wall art Rachael Pots functional ceramics  Ikebana bowl & bulb from Utility Objects (could pair with fancy Japanese floral scissors)   My mom: She always asks for electronics and then ends up not being able to figure them out - or just doesn't use them. Want to get her something meaningful she will use. 1Password membership Lomi composter M0de electric toothbrush Aarke water purifier Stepmother-in-law who is a spiritual counselor in Colorado. Obviously vegan. Vegan JapanEasy by Tim Anderson, with Moromi soy sauces Rebel Cheese club membership  Yellow Leaf hammock Esalen Institute merch or gift cert  Nora McInerny books  Esker gift sets   Mother In Law - has more clothes than Nordstrom. Lives alone but her party line is always ringing. Bitossi set of 6 wineglasses Gohar World bottle apron Casa Velasquez bolero apron Gossamer Happy Hour hemp pre-rolls Conserva Culture tinned fish gift set Snacks for Dinner: Small Bites, Full Plates, Can't Lose by Lukas Volger  McNally Jackson seminar  Custom sweater mending from Repair Shop  “Come Over” hat from Big Night  Dress for Success donation   This one is for my five-foot-tall Italian American mother in law who has the thickest New York accent I've ever heard and could be described as "a tiny tank" in both stature and personality. she lives on Long Island and has access to everything; also tends to buy herself whatever she wants. so she's extremely hard to gift for. Whatever we give should probably be a physical gift vs. an experience. she is very judgmental and critical and not warm and fuzzy - but she has also had the difficult task of being a single parent to two kids, one of whom, my SIL, is living at home with significant physical and intellectual disabilities and who my MIL devotes all her time to - my SIL is so well taken care of. Looking for a gift that somehow recognizes/responds to all of this. Unspun gift kit Ipsa, depending on part of Long Island House cleaning from We Can Do It! – Si Se Puede Women's Cooperative (only operates in the five boroughs)  Missoni Home blanket Roscioli Italian wine club Marcella's favorites gift set from Gustiamo   Mom and her husband just bought a boat. So something nautical or for small space living. Year of Knots by Windy Chien Malaika hand-printed beach towels Personalized life saver buoy (U.S. Coast Guard-approved!)  Salty Home tide clock Framed nautical flags Haptic Lab sailing ship kite  Petit Kouraj x SVNR tote fishnet seashell tote Issimo inflatable mini terrycloth pillow  Ingredients for a session dark ‘n stormy Donation to The Ocean Cleanup    Mother-in-law who is the solo living grandparent to our 4-year-old and Buddhist priest who wants nothing but time with us. However, she is always a generous and thoughtful gift-giver so I can't just give her time. She is a tea lover but you can imagine how much tea I've already given her. She has a dog, loves the color periwinkle, and spends a lot of time on Zoom with her Sangha. She's forever 'writing a book' and loves getting on board with a system (for writing, for organizing, whatever). Help! Joyoung soy milk machine Daruma doll holding a dog Dog ball launcher MQuan Bell Rice xax candles for meditation Mountain Valley Seed Company seed starter kit medicinal & herbal tea Books to read with the grandkid: Jon J. Muth's The Three Questions and Zen Shorts and Thich Nat Hanh's Where is the Buddha? and A Handful of Quiet Lena Corwin peace towel + matching kid-size one for the grandkid Scrivener subscription   Dads, Step-Dads, and Fathers-in-Law! My dad, who is a retired chef (he still has knives from 40 years ago that he painstakingly cares for and finds most home kitchens to be very pretentious), can build/fix anything, loves to read non-fiction, and was suspended from Twitter frequently for tweeting insults at Donald Trump The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity by David Graeber and David Wengrow Peeko oysters Sitka Salmon Share Cabi original trio Vintage RAADVAD bread slicer Manufacture de Digoin vinegar jar to make his own vinegar Milk Street Turkish közmatik Donation to his local food bank   Mid 60's Frenchman who lives in Alsace with his wife and they travel a lot in their RV. they are also coming to the states next spring on a cross-country RV trip so I really think it should revolve around that. but more about him- he doesn't drink or smoke (some Frenchman he is) when we would drive to Florida once a year he would always be so excited to get to put on Latin American music on the radio. last year we got him a record player and records that I am 100% sure he doesn't use. he loves scrabble and card games, and he builds these badass card holders out of wood that he then does wood-burning personalized deco on. he has everything he wants and he wears lee jeans. Neepa Hut food tent Camping chair from Cliq, Woods, or Blue Ridge Chair Works Penco box tote Papier travel journal National Parks pass Personalized leatherbound America: National Parks Atlas (from PBS shop)   Dad who enjoys perfecting logistics and explaining credit card point strategy. Scott's Cheap Flights premium membership Timeshifter app Solgaard carry-on closet suitcase (there's a MoMA collab!) “Clipper Club” 1950 Pan Am membership lounge rocks glass Bug-out bag from Judy Portable phone charger iPad keyboard + Valerie Constance monogrammed keyboard case    Former CIA and green beret but loves appletinis and bubble baths. Straightaway Cocktails  Bathing Culture body wash Sophie Lou Jacobsen martini glasses Esker bath board Avec x Atelier Saucier bundle of cocktail napkins + drink mixers + garnishes + recipes   I need help finding a gift for my picky and hard-working lawyer Dad. He loves outdoor adventures, Neil Young, doing puzzles with my Mom, and reading. My parents recently became part-time New Yorkers and keep buying art museum memberships. He loves to do research before purchasing anything and tends to buy whatever he wants. My Mom is a chronic shopper, so he usually has multiples of whatever he confesses to liking - Ugg slippers, Jack Black face wash, William Henry knives. He is a big guy and doesn't fit into standard S-L sizes. He also doesn't drink alcohol or coffee. In the past, he has disliked gifts that involve more labor (i.e. a smoker, a drone). I am not opposed to making a donation in his name, but my family's love language is gifts and I would need to accompany a donation with something for him to unwrap. Per Claire's request for dental records, he lost his front teeth as a kid playing Pee Wee football. He broke his fake set in a fight the day of his junior prom and attended the dance sans front teeth. He is so fun and deserves a great gift. Last year, I got him a Storyworth membership and he loved it (thanks for the recommendation!) I am hoping for a repeat success. Also, he is a January birthday, so I could use multiple ideas. Please help! Birding Bob walk in Central Park, plus a donation or membership to Wild Bird Fund Tickets to a Happy Medium art class  Day at the spa at Governor's Island Joyce Gold tour Fancy pajamas from P. Le Moult Todd Snyder x New Era nubby Yankees cap (see also:Dodgers, Cubs, and Red Sox hats) MoMA Design Store has great puzzle selection. Also: this Neil Young jigsaw puzzle and Different Puzzles, which are fun and *challenging*   Wisconsin Father in Law who likes sports. End of list. Lambeau Field stadium tours Depending on his teams, gear from a previous stadium—signs and even seats that go up for sale ChamberlainMade keyboard sticker Wisconsin hoodie ornament MLB Validation Pass-Port Wisconsin tri logo tee/sweatshirt Donation to Special Olympics Wisconsin YAY. Produced by Dear Media