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First Move with Julia Chatterley
Stunning developments in Musk's Twitter takeover bid

First Move with Julia Chatterley

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:45


Billionaire CEO Elon Musk announces his $44 billion deal to take Twitter private is now "on hold," then just hours later tweets he's not ready to walk away just yet. Twitter shareholders react negatively to the news as shares initially fall more than 20% before bouncing back a bit. What's Musk's endgame? Is he angling for a better price during this volatile time for tech? Also in today's show: Israeli police use batons against mourners at a Jerusalem funeral; Russian forces pullback from Kharkiv. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Double Barrel Gaming
BREAKING NEWS: Bethesda Delay's Starfield & Redfall Until 1st Half Of 2023 Stunning Xbox Fans!

Double Barrel Gaming

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 86:19


BREAKING NEWS: Bethesda Delay's Starfield & Redfall Until 1st Half Of 2023 Stunning Xbox Fans! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craig-ravitch/support

Laurence Holmes on 670 The Score
Grizzlies rock Warriors in stunning Game 5 rout, Stephen Nelson talks Cubs & White Sox (Hour 2)

Laurence Holmes on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:20


In the second hour, Laurence Holmes discussed the Grizzlies' 134-95 rout of the Warriors on Wednesday to avoid elimination in Game 5 of the conference semifinals. Later, Stephen Nelson of MLB Network joined the show to preview the Cubs-Diamondbacks matchup Friday, when Nelson will be the play-by-play announcer on the Apple TV+ broadcast of the game. He also discussed the White Sox's turbulent week and their upcoming series against the Yankees.

Kaplan and Crew
BOB MELVIN OUT AFTER PROSTATE SURGERY | STUNNING JIM ROME NEWS | ANGELS ROOKIE THROWS NO HITTER

Kaplan and Crew

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 136:23


Padres Manager Bob Melvin is out at least a week after undergoing prostate surgery. With the news of Tom Brady's massive deal, some surprising Jim Rome news emerged. Angels rookie Reid Detmers throws a no hitter vs Tampa Bay.  Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Scott and BR - Interviews
BOB MELVIN OUT AFTER PROSTATE SURGERY | STUNNING JIM ROME NEWS | ANGELS ROOKIE THROWS NO HITTER

Scott and BR - Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 136:23


Padres Manager Bob Melvin is out at least a week after undergoing prostate surgery. With the news of Tom Brady's massive deal, some surprising Jim Rome news emerged. Angels rookie Reid Detmers throws a no hitter vs Tampa Bay.  Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wrestling with Fetish: an SK/Velvets Podcast

Stunning model/fetish performer EDEN drops by (with co-host FAITH)!

HT Daily News Wrap
Gujarat Titans made a stunning run

HT Daily News Wrap

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 4:26


The BJP's Tajinder Bagga got a big relief from the Punjab and Haryana High Court, Punjab Police have zeroed in on the role of gangster-turned-Khalistani terrorist Harvinder Singh Rinda, Gujarat Titans made a stunning run in the first month of the 2022 Indian Premier League season and other top news in today's episode.

Beat Check with The Oregonian
Fentanyl's stunning rise in Oregon, horrifying death toll

Beat Check with The Oregonian

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 27:57


The Portland metro is in the midst of an ongoing gun violence crisis – and homicides are already on pace to eclipse last year's record in the city. But there's another crisis that claimed more lives in Portland and Multnomah county last year that doesn't get as much attention: fentanyl overdoses. On the latest episode of Beat Check with The Oregonian, we talk with Maxine Bernstein. We talked about her recent deep dive into fentanyl, what fentanyl is, where it comes from, the two Northeast Portland teens who died and what their parents have to say, and how social media – as with any other part of our society – is playing a major role. [A note: May 10th is National Fentanyl Awareness Day] Related reading: Merchants of death Violence follows fentanyl trade 'They poisoned my baby' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Christianityworks Official Podcast
Let's Just Listen to God for a Minute // Your Road to a Stunning Life, Part 4

Christianityworks Official Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 23:59


Would you like to live the stunning life that God has planned for you? Well, it's not going to happen by listening to what the world has to say and chasing after worldly baubles and trinkets. It's only going to happen by listening to what God has to say. FORGIVE AND FORGET So, when was the last time someone hurt you? Come on, think back. For probably the majority of us, we don't have to go back even twenty-four hours. A harsh word, being left out, being ignored, being passed over, being misunderstood. It doesn't take all that much to get hurt. And they're just the small things. Then there are the big things like the unfaithfulness of a spouse, physical and emotional abuse, theft and violence. There are plenty of people listening to this message today who have some of those in their lives. In fact, there are more people listening to this message around the world today, who are living in poverty or without basic housing or clean water or sanitation and safety, than there are those listening in the comfortable affluent west. So, back to you, back to the people who have hurt you in your life – can I ask you, how easy do you find it to forgive them? Is it something that comes naturally, or do you struggle to forgive? Well the answer for most of us is that forgiveness is one of the most unnatural acts of all. Because when someone wrongs you, that innate sense of justice that you have built into you, because you've been created in the image of God – who is, after all, the God of justice, your God. Given that sense of justice, well, what it demands in you, is that things be put right, correct? When you are wronged, things should be righted. When someone causes you to suffer a loss, then justice demands that they should recompense you. That's why people sue each other. But forgiveness is the exact opposite in a sense. Forgiveness is me giving up my right to hurt you, when you've hurt me. Forgiveness is me giving up the recompense that justice demands that I should have. And for God, forgiveness is rather a big deal. Jesus once said this, Mark 11:25: Whenever you stand praying, forgive, if you have anything against anyone; so that your Father in heaven may also forgive you your trespasses. So us forgiving others, as it turns out according to Jesus, is a precursor to God forgiving us. Have you ever wondered: how is it that this God of justice, is so focussed on forgiveness? How is it that justice and forgiveness can live side by side in the one person? Isn't there a conflict between the two? Well, the answer is yes, there is a conflict between these two, justice and forgiveness, they are opposed to one another. Imagine if you will, the murderer who is found guilty by a court and it comes time for the judge to sentence him. Imagine if the judge said, "Look, young man, I know that you're guilty of this terrible crime, but I have decided to forgive you today. You can go free." It's inconceivable, isn't it? We as a community would be completely outraged if something like that transpired in a court of the land, because we demand that justice should be done; that the person should be punished for their crime. But God's call on our lives is to forgive one another. Ephesians 4:32: … be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgiving each other, as God in Christ has forgiven you. The problem with unforgiveness, other than the fact that it offends God, is that it continues to hurt us. Let's say that someone hurts you and you decide not to forgive them. What happens then, is that you keep living through the hurt over and over again. You keep planning on how to get revenge. You see, when we fail to forgive, the hurt just keeps on hurting. It's like giving that person who hurt us, rent-free space in our hearts and in our minds, so that they can keep causing us pain. And when you look at it that way, it just doesn't make sense. Sure, our sense of justice always says, hang on, I deserve justice, justice has to be done. But common sense, says, let it go. Forgive them, without any expectation that the person who hurt you will apologise, or mend their ways or ask for your forgiveness. Because when we let it go, we end up free from the hurt. When we forgive and choose to forget, the pain starts to dissipate. You've seen this and you've probably even done it yourself – when you fail to forgive someone and you just keep on throwing it back in their face over and over again. Is that good for you? Is that good for them? Does it change them in any way? Is it good for your relationship with that person or with God? Marlene Dietrich once said this: Once a woman has forgiven her man, she should not reheat his sins for breakfast. It's not bad is it? And how true. And it's just not about women forgiving men; it's about men forgiving women and other men. Listen, this conflict between justice and forgiveness is nothing new. God is the God of justice, absolute justice. Nothing sways Him; He is completely impartial. And yet He is also the God of love, in fact the Bible tells us that God is love. So what does this God of justice do with His love? What does this God of justice do when He comes across you and me who've sinned against Him, who've offended Him, and we deserve punishment? Come on, the Bible says we have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. It's true about me, it's true about you we just know it. We've all turned our backs on Him in thought, word and deed at some point in our lives and probably the last time is not that long ago. We deserve His wrath and His punishment; and yet He loves us so much. How does He satisfy His absolute sense of justice and love when it comes to you and me? John 3:16, 17: God so loved the world, God so loved you, that he gave his only begotten Son, so that when you believe in him you won't perish but you'll have eternal life. Indeed, God did not send the Son into the world to condemn the world or to condemn you or me, but in order that the world might be saved, in order that you would be saved. Forgiveness is the supreme act of love. It always, always costs us something, but it's always, always worth it in the end. Because it sets us free from the hurt, and free to get on with our lives. TAKING GOD AT HIS WORD I want to share a story with you today. It's something that really opened my eyes to the power of God's Word and how easy it is to dismiss that power that God means to give to you and to me. There I was, I'd just become a member of a new church and after a few months, we joined one of the small home groups of the church. Each week, on a Wednesday night, we'd head over to the leader's place, about eight or ten of us, and we'd have a time of fellowship, a time of studying God's Word, and a time of talking about what we'd learned. It was a great way to get connected with people, and to learn a bit more about what God had to say to us. It's week two or perhaps week three of attending this small home group and we're studying Philippians chapter 4, in particular this verse, verses 4 to 6, Paul writes: Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, Rejoice. Let your gentleness be known to everyone for the Lord is near. Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your heart and your mind in Christ Jesus. Now, we read this passage and then a discussion ensues about worry. We all have some worry in our lives, and what God is saying here through the Apostle Paul is that we should never worry about anything. Well, the discussion went back and forth and to and fro. People shared some of their worries in their lives and some stories of what was going on. All good, all understandable. And then, in summing up the discussion as we came to the end of it, the home group leader said something along these lines: Well, yes, that was a good discussion. But I guess we all have worries in our lives and we just need to learn to live with them. He was about to move on, and at this point, I just couldn't help myself. Out of my mouth came a rather loud, a rather emphatic and insistent: NO!! Well at that point, I'm pretty sure my wife Jacqui was hoping the floor would open up and swallow us both up. She was embarrassed. There was dead silence in the room and everyone was starting at me, waiting, I guess, for an explanation of my outburst. So this is what I said, something along these lines: Guys, what this passage actually says to us is quite simply this: we're not meant to worry about anything! Nothing!! And in fact, if instead of worrying, we take the time that we would have spent worrying and we spend that time instead in praying, with thankfulness in our hearts and letting God know what's going on – then what God is promising us here (if we'll actually do that) is that instead of worry in our hearts, it'll be replaced with a peace that is completely beyond our understanding, as God actually guards our hearts and our minds through Christ. Do you believe that's true for you or not? Do you believe that that is going to work if you do it or not? Do you believe through this scripture that God is speaking to you or not? See here were these Bible-believing, Jesus-loving, faithful, kind, gentle Christian people, reading God's Word – what God is saying to us today, and yet, they couldn't accept this truth into their hearts for them. They weren't prepared to take God at His Word. They weren't even prepared to give it a go, vaguely kind of expecting it to work. Now, that might seem a little bit harsh. Maybe it was more that no one had ever taught them to take God at His Word. Maybe no one had ever taught them to expect God to make a powerful difference in their lives through what He says in His Word. And you see this isn't unique, this is not an isolated case. The Kingdom of God is full of people who don't take God at His Word, because they're not expecting God to do mighty things in their lives. Now, of course, it's easy to take a Scripture out of context and make a doctrine out of it. That's why there are so many people preaching the God-will-make-you-rich-and-comfortable kind of Gospel. That's not, I hope you realise, what I am talking about because it's a distortion of the truth. But what I am talking about is taking the powerful, often counter–intuitive things that God says in His Word and believing them with our lives. And by that I mean, acting on them. Stepping out, prepared to fall flat on your face if God isn't true to His Word, but stepping out anyway, expecting God to honour what He says. I mean, I'm talking about this in real practical areas of need and in living out your faith through your life. Have you ever worried about your finances, let's say? Well, listen to what Jesus says on that front. Matthew 6:25-33; He says: Look, I'm telling you, do not worry about your life or what you're going to eat or what you're going to drink, or about your body or what you are going to wear. Isn't your life more than food, and your body more than clothing? … For it is the Gentiles who strive for all these things; and indeed your heavenly Father knows all the things that you need. So strive first for the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these other things will be given to you as well, or added to you. Living out your faith means stepping out on the basis that God means what He says, and He'll do what He says, and that He'll show up when He says He'll show up. Living out your faith means being prepared to abandon the so-called wisdom of this world, and instead trust in God's wisdom, in God's truth, in God's promises even when, especially when, there is no concrete evidence to support making that decision … other than the Word of God. So many Christians want to live a safe and cautious life. But that's never the life that Jesus called us to live. He called us to live a dangerous life; a risky life; a life where we take Him at His Word as being the God who is faithful beyond measure and beyond anything that we can possibly comprehend. The only time we really experience the faithfulness of God in a powerful way, is when we're between a rock and a hard place, and instead of playing things safe, or instead of going the world's way, we decide to take God at His Word. We decide to step out and experience for ourselves the incredible faithfulness of God. DON'T EXPECT THE WORLD I don't know about you, but I'm one of these people that loves to live life to the full. I want each and every day to be something special; and most mornings when I wake up, I have this sense of opportunity and anticipation of what the day is going to bring. Not every morning of course. Some mornings I'm tired, especially if I've been travelling, and speaking til late in the evening and then I have to stump up the next day and do it all again. Some mornings it's hard to face the next day, isn't it? But by and large, to me, each new day is a new opportunity. That's exactly what the Bible teaches us. Psalm 118:24 says this: This is the day the Lord has made, let's rejoice in it and be glad in it. That doesn't mean that everything is always going to be going swimmingly well in our lives. It just means that whatever is going on, whatever our circumstances are, there's something to look forward to today, this very day, because it is the day that the Lord has made and He has a plan for your life today. I can say that, in fact, I know that, because again, that's what the Bible tells us and the Bible is, after all, God's very Word, His living Word to you and me. The Bible is God speaking directly and unequivocally to you and me today. This is what the Lord has to say about your day today. Psalm 139:16, 17: In your book were written all the days that were formed for me, when none of them as yet existed. How weighty to me are your thoughts, O God! How vast is the sum of them. So, the Lord your God knows what your today holds. He planned it an eternity ago. And it's a good plan. It's a plan made by this God who loves you beyond measure. But the problem is that God's plans and our expectations are often misaligned, they just don't match up. So, let me ask you, what are your expectations of today and tomorrow? What are you hoping that they'll hold? What do you want them to bring to your life? Well, often our expectations revolve around what we think is going to be good for us. In fact "often" is something of an understatement, isn't it? We always expect and anticipate that things should be fantastic … for me, right? You see, our expectation generally revolves around success. Success in relationships, success at work, success in our finances and in our health and in pretty much every sphere of our lives. We want to be healthy, wealthy and wise. Just perfect! We'd like everybody to love us and to always agree with us. We'd like lots of money in the bank so that we don't have any financial worries. We want our marriages and our families to be perfect. And, oh, by the way, a nice, sunny, warm day would be just perfect to top it all off Lord. Yep, that's what I'd like today to be. And tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day and pretty much, Lord, for the rest of my life. Can you make it like that? And Lord, I'd like to live to a ripe old age as well. Forever would be good. Nice and comfortable and safe and happy and content without any stresses or strains or arguments or ill-health to ruin my day. That's pretty much it isn't it? That's what we, by and large, expect out of life. In fact, our hopes and expectations revolve around the things of this world. We're expecting the world of God. But have a listen to what Jesus says about you and me, in His final prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane, just before He goes off and gets Himself crucified for you and for me. John 17:11, 15-17: And now I am no longer in the world, but they are in the world (that's us), they are in the world, and I am coming to you. Holy Father, protect them in your name that you have given me, so that they may be one, as you and I are one … I am not asking that you should take them out of the world, but I ask you to protect them from the evil one. They do not belong to the world, just as I do not belong to the world. Sanctify them in the truth; your word is the truth. As you have sent me into this world, so I have sent them into the world. So according to Jesus, we don't belong to the world and the world doesn't belong to us. His prayer to His father for you and me, just before He gets crucified for us, is that God should protect us and keep us safe in the truth. Protect us from what? Protect us from the enemy, protect us from the world, because when we believe in Jesus, believe you me, the world isn't going to like that. It'll try to seduce you, discredit you, and stomp on you, aided and abetted by Satan and his army of demons. Is that what you're expecting, today, tomorrow, the next day and for the rest of your life? Because that's exactly what Jesus promises will happen. John 16:33: I have said this to you, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will face tribulation. But take courage; be of good cheer; for I have overcome the world. What we should be expecting, what we should be hoping for is that the Father will answer Jesus' prayer for us in our lives. What we should be hoping for is that the victory that Jesus won for us will bring courage to our hearts. And what we should be hoping for, and looking forward to and expecting is the prize that comes at the end of all of this. Philippians 1:22, 23 Paul says: For me, living is Christ but dying is gain. If I am to live in the flesh, that means fruitful labour for me; but I do not know which one I prefer. You see, I am really hard pressed between the two: my real desire is to depart and to be with Jesus, because that is much better; but to remain here in the flesh is probably more necessary for you. Paul is torn! What are you hoping for? The world? Or are you hoping for Christ? Are you expecting the world of God, and all the baubles and trinkets that it offers but will one day perish? Or are you hoping in this certainty of life everlasting with Jesus, forever and ever and ever, amen? Which one? God's plans are God's plans. He is not going to change them for you and for me. So we can either hope for the world and struggle for the rest of our lives against God, or hope in Him and live out His plans. The question is… which one is it going to be? What is it that makes us expect life to give us this fairy-floss dream that we know is completely and utterly unrealistic and then we get all disappointed when it doesn't work out that way. Which it never was to start with, right? God's promise is not that He's going to take away all the pain and suffering. In fact, when you listen to Jesus, it's exactly the opposite. His promise though is, that in the midst of the pain, in the midst of the suffering, in the midst of the loss and the tears, we will know His unspeakable joy; His peace which passes all understanding, the certain, rock solid hope of an eternity with Jesus. His promise is that with our eyes firmly set on the Author and the Perfector of our faith, we will be transformed from glory to glory into His image. The power of sin being washed away and the freedom that only comes from Christ, becoming the most abundant reality in our lives. Come on! Is that a stunning life or what? But we can't grab hold of that stunning life, we can't live that life, when we're always chasing after the trinkets that that the world dangles under our noses. Perception is reality, and for many a Christ-follower, their wrong expectations are what is robbing them of this absolutely stunning life that God wants them to live. Stunning on the one hand and sacrifice and suffering on the other, don't seem to go together do they? They seem to diametrically opposed. Until you look at the Cross of Christ … the most stunning life and sacrifice of all time. That's the life that He has for you. A stunning life. So, will you take up your Cross and follow Him? Will you?

Flash Forward with major K
Whoohoo, it's FFP Year 4 release day! And Danny Quasar has a stunning new track out.

Flash Forward with major K

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 60:00


Whoohoo, it's FFP Year 4 release day! And Danny Quasar has a stunning new track out. Be sure to give your thoughts on 'These Thoughts'! :-)TRACKLIST /// Scroll Down  MAJOR K SOCIALS, MUSIC & OTHER PODCAST Spotify /// https://spoti.fi/3tqCem7 Facebook /// http://facebook.com/officialmajork Instagram /// http://instagram.com/officialmajork Twitter /// http://twitter.com/officialmajork Back To The Clubs podcast /// http://backtotheclubs.buzzsprout.comFLASH FORWARD PRESENTS LABEL Spotify /// https://spoti.fi/31LUICi YouTube /// https://youtube.flashforwardpresents.com/ Mixcloud /// https://www.mixcloud.com/flashforwardpresents/ Merch /// http://ffp.flashinghotshop.com/  /// TRACKLIST ///These Thoughts (Original Mix) - Danny QuasarThe Rhythm (Extended Mix) - Earth n DaysApollo 12 (Original Mix) - MultimenTill the sky falls down (Calo Divinti Remix) - Dash BerlinAd Astra (Eyal Rabia Remix) - major KBefore I Met You (Original Mix) - Luygi de Paula, AlledoShift (Original Mix) - Nick Thistleton -  - Progressive HouseUnknown Darkness (D Mayer Remix) - Stark DMelting Through (Original Mix) - Tomi HStellar (Original Mix) - Danny QuasarFeel - Metric (UK), Micah BaxterFeeling (Extended Mix) - Jack BackLose Your Control (Club Mix) - Lucky JesusWhat We Do (Will Taylor Remix) - Motion SkyRelease (feat. Tamika Tyan) [Extended Mix] - CASSIMMCarnaval de Paris (Extended Mix) - CIDThe Parade (Extended) - Da Hool, Joel CorryWe Don't Need (Extended Mix) - Piero PirupaEncouraging Voices From The Past Move Your Body! - Nicky KrügerBarred (Original Mix) - Noceur PneumaAd Astra (Tom Harrison Remix) - major KSLICR (Original Mix) - Uwe ThomaSupport the show

MMA Fighting
UFC 274 Preview Show: How Will Charles Oliveira's Stunning Weight Miss Impact Fight vs. Justin Gaethje?

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 90:13


Charles Oliveira's weight miss led to him being stripped of the lightweight title before facing Justin Gaethje. Will Friday's drama have a significant impact on the result of the UFC 264 main event? MMA Fighting's Mike Heck, Shaun Al-Shatti, and Jose Youngs attempt to answer that question ahead of Saturday's UFC PPV event in Phoenix, react to the historic weight miss from Oliveira, discuss the strawweight title fight between Rose Namajunas and Carla Esparza, Michael Chandler vs. Tony Ferguson, and more.  Follow Mike Heck: @MikeHeck_JR Follow Shaun Al-Shatti @ShaunAlShatti Follow José Youngs: @JoseYoungs Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

ValueSide
The Deliberative Fed. Plus Stunning News From China And Turkey.

ValueSide

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 9:13


Well you can't say you didn't see that coming. For seeming months now the Federal Reserve as debated raising interest rates. Debating just how far they should go in fighting inflation.

ValueSide
The Deliberative Fed. Plus Stunning News From China And Turkey.

ValueSide

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 9:13


Well you can't say you didn't see that coming. For seeming months now the Federal Reserve as debated raising interest rates. Debating just how far they should go in fighting inflation.

ValueSide
The Deliberative Fed. Plus Stunning News From China And Turkey.

ValueSide

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 9:13


Well you can't say you didn't see that coming. For seeming months now the Federal Reserve as debated raising interest rates. Debating just how far they should go in fighting inflation.

ValueSide
The Deliberative Fed. Plus Stunning News From Turkey And China.

ValueSide

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 9:13


Well you can't say you didn't see that coming. For seeming months now the Federal Reserve as debated raising interest rates. Debating just how far they should go in fighting inflation.

Daybreak Drive-IN
May 5, 2022: Fire burns 6 Castleton businesses

Daybreak Drive-IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 2:36


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Bloomberg Law
Leak of Draft SCOTUS Abortion Decision Is Stunning

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 30:05


Adam Winkler, a professor at UCLA Law School, discusses the unprecedented leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion that overturns the constitutional right to abortion. Harry Nelson, the founder of Nelson Hardiman, discusses San Francisco's landmark trial against the opioid industry. June Grasso hosts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1806: The Best Way to Work Out Without Equipment, All-Day Workouts For Accelerated Muscle Gain, How to Determine How Fast Your Metabolism Is & More

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 105:06


In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. Mind Pump Fit Tip: When it comes to resistance training, it is a SKILL. The MOST important factors with resistance training are FORM, TECHNIQUE, and CONTROL. (2:43) Becoming aware and dealing with your impulses. (13:02) The good, the bad, and the ugly in Salt Lake City. (21:00) Have women been shaming men since the beginning of time? (30:02) Stunning statistics of Americans' view on cremation. (37:08) Busting the myths around the popular narratives surrounding millionaires and billionaires. (40:54) Public Goods, a hedge to protect yourself from inflation. (50:23) The changing trends in people returning to the gym. (52:44) If you're feeling anxious, put on blue-blocking glasses! (58:30) #ListenerLive question #1 - Is weight lifting hurting my progress in break dancing? (1:00:19) #ListenerLive question #2 - Any suggestions to maintain muscle when working in a remote location with limited equipment? (1:13:01) #ListenerLive question #3 – Am I wasting my time by breaking up my workouts, being a shift-worker, and not wanting to impact my sleep? (1:21:23) #ListenerLive question #4 - How do I determine my caloric intake based on my activity level? (1:32:54) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: live@mindpumpmedia.com Visit Public Goods for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Receive $15 off your first Public Goods order with NO MINIMUM purchase** Visit Felix Gray for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! May Promotion: MAPS Starter Bundle and MAPS Spilt 50% off! **Promo code MAYSPECIAL at checkout** Mind Pump #1727: Ten Traits Of Successful Lifters Jordan Peterson Post - “Women have been making men feel self-conscious since the beginning of time.” The stunning rise of cremation reveals America's changing idea of death Megan Fox says she and Machine Gun Kelly drink each other's blood ‘for ritual purposes' Visit From You Flowers for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Ultra Wealthy Population Analysis: The World Ultra Wealth Report 2019 The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Financial Literacy Bill to Support Florida's Students Mind Pump Store @jasonfurman Twitter post - “People still buying lots of sports equipment, but not returning to gym.” Visit Drink LMNT for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! MAPS Fitness Performance MAPS Fitness Anywhere MAPS Suspension Training Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body Mind Pump #1487: The Best Way For First Responders To Stay In Shape MAPS Fitness Anabolic MAPS O.C.R. MAPS Macro Calculator Mind Pump #1387: Turning Your Body Into A Fat-Burning Machine Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Jordan Peterson (@jordan.b.peterson)  Instagram Vicki Reynolds (@vicki__reynolds)  Instagram Mike Matthews (@muscleforlifefitness)  Instagram

Simon Marks Reporting
May 3, 2022 - Stunning leak reveals that US Supreme Court poised to overturn landmark abortion ruling

Simon Marks Reporting

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 9:30


Simon's live update for LBC News with John Stratford.

The Lead
Starting Five: A Stunning NFL Suspension, The Mets Make A Bold Move

The Lead

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 8:56


Plus: Tyrann Mathieu finally finds a new home. And is this the last dance for Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin in the Steel City?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Art & Motherhood - Unfiltered
I Believe in YOU

Art & Motherhood - Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 49:22


I believe in YOU! #weekendinspiration Learn More: https://www.brandihofer.ca/colourmehappypodcast YouTube: https://youtu.be/N0wvp3Q81HA An all new solo episode all about perspective. And at the end of every day what matters most

Death in Cambodia, Life in America
S2 Episode 7: The Robbery

Death in Cambodia, Life in America

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 31:49


Robert scrambles to find a way to get 30k through his family and friends to buy his first donut shop. After getting the money... in cash, he marches over to the real estate office and drops off a trash bag of money to purchase the store. Stunning the entire office, Bob Burton asks him if he has a check, while Robert responds he doesn't even have a bank account! Within the first week, Robert also encounters his first instance of being robbed. Tired from the long hours, and sleeping in the back of the shop, Robert relentlessly works to build up the business. Music Written By: Acerylio Chen 

Christianityworks Official Podcast
Some Practical Tips // Your Road to a Stunning Life, Part 3

Christianityworks Official Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 23:44


I believe – in fact I know – that God has a stunning life planned for you. Problem is that you and I have this amazing ability to work against Him and when we do that, we miss out. So, I'd love to share some practical, rubber-hits-the-road tips with you, for cooperating with God's plans for your life. START LIVING YOUR GIG When I was young, finishing high school and making my career choices, I came very, very close to making a couple of major mistakes. I was blessed to be fairly academically inclined, so I basically had my choice of whatever university course my heart desired. There were three on my shortlist, medicine, law and an information technology degree. Now back in those days, medicine was by far the favoured career. It was seen as the pinnacle of achievement and certainly, my dad wanted me to study medicine. Law was right up there as well. Both of those professions appeared pretty much to guarantee a big income. This whole IT thing though was pretty new. The question was: which one to choose? As things turned out, I'd been accepted to train as an Army Officer, undertaking a four-year IT degree along the way, and I guess it was that sense of excitement of a military career which, as a young man, to be honest with you, swung me to that decision. As I look back on that choice, I thank God that I didn't choose medicine or law. I can't stand the sight of blood pretty much, which is not exactly the sort of prerequisite you want to have a career as a doctor. And the law, as I discovered later, is all about detail. Lots and lots and lots of detail, and whilst I can handle detail from time to time, it's just not my first love. I would have ended up drowning in all the detail. I think back to that pivotal career decision that I made way back when I was just seventeen and a half years old, with not a lot of life experience to draw on exactly, and I shudder at how easily I could have chosen something that I just wasn't suited to. I literally could have found myself living my life as a square peg in a round hole, and that I imagine, would be an incredibly uncomfortable position to find myself in. There's a basic rule or life principle if you will, that goes something like this: square pegs belong in square holes, and round pegs, well … they belong in round holes. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure that one out now do you? And yet, as I said at the beginning of the program, so many people are living life as a square peg in a round hole. A large survey conducted in the US not so long ago revealed that only 19% of workers were satisfied with their jobs; which means that 81% weren't satisfied with their job. Of those, 16% were somewhat dissatisfied, and the rest were really unhappy. That's pretty much Pareto's 80/20 law right there, with the vast majority, the 80%, going to work unhappy. Another global survey found that over half, 56% of people, actually were looking to find a new job. Now, there can be a lot of reasons for those terrible statistics. Pay and conditions, poor management, they are just two. But if I were a betting man (which I am not), I would put money on the table that one of the major reasons is that people are doing jobs that they're just not suited to do. You yourself know that there are some things in life that give you enormous satisfaction, and other things that leave you completely drained. Now that I'm getting older, I watch people who are grandparents. We have one couple who lives a few doors away on the same floor in our apartment block, who look after a different set of their grandchildren almost every day of the week, while their parents go to work. Other grandparents, they just can't stand the thought of having to look after children, because it's just not what they enjoy doing. They've brought up their own kids, and now they want a break from all that. And so wherever there is this mismatch between the requirements of a role and the natural motivations and talents and abilities of the individual – right there you have a square peg, in a round hole. And it's generally not the hole that feels the pressure. The role is what the role is. The requirements of the position don't change. It's the individual who has to squeeze themselves into a role that they're just not suited to. When I was at Bible College many years ago, the Principal of the College, Dr Barry Chant, made us memorise one particular Bible verse. In fact, he used to joke, although I'm not sure it was so much of a joke, that unless we were able to recite this one verse, we simply wouldn't graduate from the College. At the time, I thought it was rather an odd choice of Bible verses. Why this one from among the 31,102 verses in the Bible? Well, here it is. Ephesians 2:10: For we are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do the good works which God prepared beforehand for us to walk into. The older and hopefully the wiser I've become since those days, the more I've discovered the wisdom of Barry's insistence that we memorise this one verse. Because what it says, is that God made us; God handcrafted us; we are His workmanship created in Christ Jesus and He made us, you and me, with a purpose in mind. He in fact made us in order to do the good works that He prepared beforehand for us to do, literally for us to walk into. So picture your life – this journey over hill and dale. Just as you turn round the next corner, or come over the next rise, waiting for you right there is one of the good works that God made you to do, one of the ones that He prepared before time even began for you to make happen. Now, do you imagine for one moment that God made a mistake? That He made you to do things that you weren't good at doing? Or things that were impossible for you to do? Now way!! God knows exactly what He's doing when He makes you. God knew, He handcrafted you to be a perfect fit to do what He made you to do. So why is it that we go and live a life we were never made to live? You see it all over the place, you see people going and trying to do jobs that they are simply not good at doing. There are so many jobs that if I chose to try and do them, I would ultimately be a failure at, because I simply wasn't made to do them. Well sometimes its stubbornness, other times its ignorance, that's why people do this. Or perhaps you've allowed circumstances to sweep you along in life, without ever taking a stand and saying to yourself: Hang on a minute; what I really want to do is … is this! My real dream in life is to go and be this and do that. The most common question I am asked when I talk on this, which I do rather a lot these days, because like Barry Chant I've come to believe that being the me I was meant to be is absolutely critical in life … the most common question I'm asked is this: How do I know what it is that God made me to do? Now that's a fair question. Well, the answer is dead simple. Each one of us has something that gets us enthused in life, something that we're passionate about. Something that we're really good at, probably better at than anyone else that we know. For me it's doing what I'm doing right now. I love to tell stories. I get up mostly at three or four o'clock in the morning to prepare these radio messages. Why? Not because I have to, but because I love to! I love telling stories; I love seeing people's lives transformed through those stories. So let me ask you this: What are you passionate about? What do you absolutely love doing? What is it that you're better at, than just about anybody else that you know? Maybe you love working with your hands and making things, or maybe you are great at looking after kids, or organising lots of detailed things, or … whatever it is that you are good at that you really enjoy doing, there is your pointer to what God made you to do. No. It's not always going to be easy, or convenient, or fun, or comfortable. Nothing worthwhile ever is. But there, right there, is the thing that God made you to do. Start walking in that direction and all of a sudden a whole bunch of new opportunities are going to open up. Those opportunities are in fact the good works that God prepared beforehand for you to do. Get it? PRAYER IS EVERYTHING If you believe in Jesus, then you know that God is all-loving God and all-powerful. He is this God who can completely transform your life. If you don't believe in God, then just humour me for a bit. Let's assume that Jesus is who He said He is, that God is all-powerful and all-loving, the God who Jesus came to tell us about. Then what follows from that is this: if God is all-loving and all-powerful, then surely He wants to make a powerful difference in your life and mine. And not only does He want to, He actually can. Yet the lives of so many Christians simply don't bear that out. There are so many people who love Jesus and want to follow Him with all their hearts, but for them, God doesn't seem to be making any real difference at all, let alone a powerful difference. Why is that exactly? In the first few months after giving my life to Christ at age thirty-six, I discovered something that greatly disturbed me. Not something that I uncovered only after years of study, but as a simple man with just a plain grasp of the obvious and a heart that was open to receive. It was something that rocked me to my core. The discovery was this: that prayer that yields powerful results is normal in God's sight. It sounds so simple and yet, the more I dwelt on that simple truth from God, the more it rocked me and it disturbed me. Why? Because my prayer wasn't yielding powerful results. I'd been through a cycle of delighting in prayer and then dreading it. In the first few months of giving my life over to Jesus, my prayer life was just awesome. I couldn't wait to spend time with God. It was a devastating time in my life, so much had fallen apart, that my times in prayer with God were the highlight, in fact the only light, of my life. But as can happen in any relationship, when the day-to-day post-courtship, post-honeymoon reality sets in, my communication with God had sunk to lows that I never expected. I avoided Him. I prayed out of no more than a sense of duty. I would have been embarrassed in those days to tell anyone about my prayer life, if you could even have called it that. I was in every sense of the word, a pauper in prayer, absolutely bankrupt, so it seemed to me. My prayer life was not what God set out in His Word as being the normal reality of the Christian life. If anything, it was the exact opposite. I felt so weak; I felt so inadequate; so sinful; so condemned. And over and over again I read about the powerful things that happened to people as they prayed. In the Bible, the word pray (together with its derivatives: prayed, prayer, prays) appears around 350 times throughout the Bible. The very first appearance is in Genesis Chapter 20 which simply says: … He will pray for you and you shall live. (Genesis 20:7) So what happens in response to this prayer? What was the result of this prayer? Well, Genesis 20:17-18: Then Abraham prayed to God; and God healed Abimelech, and so also healed his wife and female slaves so that they bore children. For the LORD had closed fast all the wombs of the house of Abimelech because of Sarah, Abraham's wife. Hey, it's a pretty powerful outcome don't you think, for the first recorded prayer to God in the Bible? And the second story about prayer just a few chapters later, Genesis 24:12-21 (we don't have time to read it all now) has a similarly powerful outcome. So, what about the third story about prayer in the Bible? Well, let's take a look; just one verse, Genesis 25:21: Isaac prayed to the LORD for his wife, because she was barren; and the LORD granted his prayer, and his wife Rebekah conceived. Now, call me crazy, call me whatever you like, but to me, there's a definite pattern emerging here; a pattern that repeats itself over and over and over again right throughout the Bible. It is quite simply this pattern: prayer that yields powerful results is absolutely normal in God's sight. In fact, prayer that yields powerful results is the only sort of prayer that the Bible actually teaches us about. Sure, there are a couple of examples of ineffective prayer, but God hardly endorses those. In fact quite the opposite. And the whole of what God has to say about prayer, from beginning to end, culminates in these few words from Jesus' own lips. John 15:7, Jesus says to his disciples: If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you. Let me tell you something. I am not a natural pray–er. I want to race off and do things, not sit around and talk to God. I want to get up in the morning and answer my emails or start working on a radio program script or do something. But what I've discovered over these last twenty years or so in walking with Jesus, is this: the more I pray and the less I try to do things in my own strength, the more powerful things I see happening in my life. You want to hear me say that one more time? The more I pray and the less I try to do things in my own strength, the more powerful things I see happening in my life. It's that simple. It shouldn't be a surprise, but to many of us, it is because we just don't live our lives that way. In fact, I became so passionate about this, that I wrote a book. It was the first book that I wrote many years ago now, called "Unlocking the Power of Prayer." Now, what this doesn't mean is this: God is not some lap dog of ours that performs tricks on demand. God isn't some sugar-daddy who, upon request, will give us every comfort and desire that we ask for. "Oh God please make me rich" is not a prayer that gets answered all that often I'm telling you. The key to what Jesus said is our relationship with Him. Listen to it again: If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you. In other words, if we're close to Jesus, if we know what He wants and we listen to what He says, we'll know what to ask for and how to ask. If His Word abides in us, we'll be asking things in accordance with His will. And at that point let me tell you, the power of God starts to manifest itself in your life. The sort of power that helps you love the unlovable and touch the untouchable and forgive the unforgivable. The sort of power that gives you patience when you don't have any. The sort of power that helps you to hold your tongue when all you want to do is to rip somebody's head off. The sort of power to walk the difficult road with Jesus, carrying your own cross and sacrificing your own life. The sort of power you need to change the things you can't change and to suffer through the things that you're called to suffer through. That's the sort of power, my friend that changes our lives. That's the sort of power that transforms us and restores us back into the original image in which God created us; His image. Prayer changes everything. Prayer changes the most important possession that you have – your very life. Prayer changes your heart. When you do what Jesus said: pray for your enemy, Matthew 5:44, He doesn't just change your enemy, He changes you. Prayer isn't some duty that we have to drag ourselves to. The more you pray, the more you want to pray, because you experience the joy of fellowshipping with God. You experience the peace that comes from resting in Him and waiting expectantly on Him. And you see things happen in your life and around you and through you, that you never thought were possible. Listen to me, please listen. Prayer… changes… everything. The sooner you realise that, the sooner you start believing that, the sooner you start living that, then the sooner you'll find yourself on that road to the stunning life that God has planned for you. POWER + LOVE As our time together draws to a close there's one final thing that I want to share with you today. This God of ours, the same one who sent Jesus to die for you, is the God of the most amazing power. And like any loving dad, He wants to use all that He has to make a powerful difference in the lives of His children. Have a listen to what the Apostle Paul writes to his friends in the church at Ephesus. Ephesians 1:17-20, he says: I pray that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give you a spirit of wisdom and revelation as you come to know him, so that, with the eyes of your heart enlightened, you may know what is the hope to which he has called you, what are the riches of his glorious inheritance amongst the saints, and what is the immeasurable greatness of his power for us who believe, according to the working of his great power. God put this same power to work in Christ when he raised him from the dead and seated him at his right hand in the heavenly places, far above all the rule and authority and power and dominion, and above every name that is named, not only in this age but also in the age to come. So, what's God got for us? According to Paul, certain hope, a glorious inheritance and the very same power for you, and for your life, that raised Jesus from the dead. That is simply stunning, right? But the difference between what He has for you, and what the world has for you is that He knows how He made you. What your strengths are, the weaknesses and what suits you best. He knows what it is that will make you function and tick. He knows that it is only in a relationship with Him, only in His loving embrace, that you can ever find yourself and all that He has for you. That sometimes means trials and wilderness experiences. That sometimes means great trials and long wilderness experiences. But when you and I trust ourselves in His loving hands, then it's in that place that we discover and we experience the faithfulness of God. It was when Jeremiah was going through a terrible trial, when all around him was destroyed, when all hope seemed to have been lost, that he wrote these words. Lamentations 3:22-24: The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. ‘The Lord is my portion,' says my soul, ‘therefore I will hope in him'. It's only when we get out there, taking God at His Word, believing that God is who He says He is and that He will do what He says He will do, in His Word, that we can discover firsthand the truth of those words. That's the context in which you and I live our lives – our specific gig in life. That's the context in which we come to the Lord our God in prayer. Right there even in the middle of the trials and the devastations if life, the certain hope that you have in Christ, the glorious inheritance that God has prepared for you, and the immeasurably great power – the very same power that raised Jesus from the dead – these are all there for you, right there, as you put your trust in Jesus they are available to you. And so right now, let me close our time together today with a prayer for you: Father I know that there are so many people who are listening to Your Word today who are struggling with stuff in their lives. Broken relationships and health worries and financial pressures and any number of things that cause us to take our eyes off You. So we thank you Lord that we can come to You in prayer, knowing that You love us beyond measure, knowing that our hope in You is rock solid. Knowing that this inheritance that You've laid up for each one of us is imperishable and undefiled and unfading and knowing that Your power is available to us here and now. Father, please comfort and encourage and strengthen all those today who are struggling with things in their lives. You know who they are, You know where they are and You know what's causing them pain. Bless them Lord. Empower them. Fill them with Your Holy Spirit and fill them above all with and a peace and joy that is simply beyond anything words can describe. We ask this in Jesus' mighty name. Amen.

SuperDataScience
SDS 570: DALL-E 2: Stunning Photorealism from Any Text Prompt

SuperDataScience

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 5:36


In this episode, Jon is back with another A.I. model breakthrough! He updates listeners on OpenAI's outstanding DALL-E 2 model. The new natural language processing model churns out staggering visual examples of whatever text your mind can dream up. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/570

Please Do Something podcast
Talking music and acting with Steve Wall of The Stunning

Please Do Something podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 67:05


Today I talk to Steve Wall, lead singer with Irish bands The Stunning and The Walls. Both bands have racked up an impressive number of classic Irish anthems over many years. As an actor his recent credits include roles in Ridley Scott's 'Raised by Wolves', The Vikings, and The Witcher on Netflix. We chat about the upcoming album Stray Sparks from The Walls, navigating the music business, sparring with Superman Henry Cavill and the differences between the world of acting and playing music. Enjoy the show Brendan Murphy, THE 4 OF US This podcast has been produced by Fuzion Communications.

The Max Lucado Encouraging Word Podcast
219: The Stunning Promise of Prayer (Start with Prayer Series)

The Max Lucado Encouraging Word Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 11:40


Max's new devotional, Start with Prayer: 250 Prayers for Hope and Strength, is available now wherever books are sold. To learn more, visit https://bit.ly/startwithprayer

Due Dissidence
Detox Hour 4/24: Fmr Ukraine Ambassador's Stunning Admission, Biden Endorses Manchin of the House

Due Dissidence

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 63:08


We tackle the news of the week: French election results, Fmr Ukraine Ambassador's lament, Biden Endorsing one of his enemies, Dianne Feinstein's cognitive decline, and Ted Cruz' bizarre Disney critique support the show: patreon.com/duedissidence join our substack: duedissidence.substack.com

F1 Nation
Adrian Newey on Red Bull v Ferrari – Imola review ft. Esteban Ocon + Christian Horner

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 52:40


Which team now has F1's best car? Red Bull's legendary designer Adrian Newey gives F1 Nation his take on the continuing race for upgrades, and the team's dominant 1-2 finish in Imola. For a packed show, Tom Clarkson's joined by 9-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Tom Kristensen and Australian broadcaster Sam Power. They talk Charles Leclerc's costly error, Carlos Sainz's bad luck, and Toto Wolff's honest post-race message to Lewis Hamilton. Stunning drives from McLaren's Lando Norris, George Russell at Mercedes and AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda are also on the menu. Plus, Aston Martin Team Principal Mike Krack joins to celebrate the team's double points finish, Esteban Ocon looks forward to driving an upgraded Alpine at the next race in Miami, and Tom Kristensen hails fellow Dane Kevin Magnussen's great start to 2022. This episode is sponsored by:  F1 Manager: Visit F1manager.com to Wishlist the game on your platform of choice and follow @F1Manager on Twitter to stay up to speed Harry's: F1 Nation listener's can get hold of a free travel sized shower gel when you redeem a free Harry's Trial set at harry's.com/f1nation. All you need to do is pay £3.95 for delivery. 

WJ Live by The Western Journal
Ep. 251: | Free Speech Wins Big: Musk DID IT and CNN+ Suffers Stunning Failure

WJ Live by The Western Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 23:44


Autoline Daily
AD #3307 - EV Battery Cell Costs Jump +52%; BMW's Stunning New 7 Series; China to Ax Free Plates for PHEVs

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 10:29


- EV Battery Cell Costs Jump +52%- China to Ax Free Plates for PHEVs- Auto Engineers Devour ICE Tech Papers- BMW's Stunning New 7 Series - Lexus Rolls Out Its First BEV- Magna and LG To Make EV Parts for GM- Schaeffler Secures Rare Earths from Europe- GKN Says All EVs Going 800v- Ford Lightning Screen Plays Video Games

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3307 - EV Battery Cell Costs Jump +52%; BMW's Stunning New 7 Series; China to Ax Free Plates for PHEVs

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 10:29


- EV Battery Cell Costs Jump +52% - China to Ax Free Plates for PHEVs - Auto Engineers Devour ICE Tech Papers - BMW's Stunning New 7 Series  - Lexus Rolls Out Its First BEV - Magna and LG To Make EV Parts for GM - Schaeffler Secures Rare Earths from Europe - GKN Says All EVs Going 800v - Ford Lightning Screen Plays Video Games

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Michelle Duffy Life Time Grand Prix

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 28:22


Recorded live at the Life Time Sea Otter Classic, we sit down with Michelle Duffy to discuss the 2022 Life Time Grand Prix. One race down, five to go in this season long series across XC MTB Races and Gravel Races.  It will be exciting to see how it unfolds.  Episode Sponsor: The Feed (50% off your first order of The Feed Formula) Life Time Grand Prix Support the Podcast Join The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Michelle Duffy Lifetime [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 podcast. We're once again, live at the lifetime seawater classic. We're joined by Michelle Duffy. Who's the director of events, brand and content strategy at lifetime, and has been intimately involved in the lifetime grand Prix series. The grand Prix is a season long event series comprising of six lifetime events. Equally spread between mountain and gravel events that allow professional gravel athletes to battle it out over the year in a unique point series. I think it's going to be a lot of fun to watch and i wanted to make sure that we got michelle on just to talk about the ins and outs of the series and what she's excited about Before we jump in, we need to thank this week. Sponsor the feed. The feed is the largest online marketplace for your sports nutrition, offering the brands, you know, and love from scratch labs, Clif bar to Martine. Plus their athlete, customized supplements called the feed formula. Feed formulas. As I mentioned before, it's a daily formula individually wrapped that you have in a little box. She'd take out every day. And it gives you kind of the supplements you need as an athlete. The feed formulas are personalized supplements for athletes developed in part with Dr. Kevin Sprouse from EDF pro cycling team. He's the team doctor over there and it's following the same protocols that top athletes use. What I love about it is if you go over to the feed.com/the gravel ride, you can customize the individual supplements in your pill pack every day. So if you're needing a little extra recovery, or if you're an aging athlete, you can customize these for your needs in any given month. Right now gravel ride podcast listeners can get 50% off your first feed formula order. Just visit the feed.com/the gravel ride. These are best in class. Branded supplements, never generics. You get personalized recommendations based on your needs as an athlete. And it's all put together in a convenient daily pouch. So no more messy bottles on the counter. You can just grab a bag and go every morning. So I recommend you take a look at the feed. It's become my go-to source for all my hydration and gel needs. It's nice to have a single marketplace. That's really focused. On sports, nutrition. I often find myself in places where I'm just not really getting that focused offering. So I'm super comfortable recommending the feed.com for all your nutritional needs. Would that message behind us? Let's dive right into my interview with Michelle Duffy . At the lifetime seattle classic Michelle welcome back to the show. [00:03:07] Michelle Duffy: thank you, Craig. It's been a while. Yeah. [00:03:08] Craig Dalton: It's great to see you here at the sea Otter classic [00:03:11] Michelle Duffy: as well. And the flash is [00:03:13] Craig Dalton: this the kickoff to the lifetime sort of, I know it's the kickoff to the lifetime grand Prix. Is that your first event [00:03:18] Michelle Duffy: of the year? We've had a few road running events, but this is the first cycling event off-road event of [00:03:23] Craig Dalton: the season. And it's so exciting. Is this the biggest event in the calendar in terms of participation? [00:03:29] Michelle Duffy: Definitely. Yes. You know, we have. Sorry. We have road running events that are 15,000 athletes, but in terms of scale, 74,000 attendees here, 500 exhibitors, there's nothing compares to that. What year of [00:03:44] Craig Dalton: this yacht or classic is [00:03:45] Michelle Duffy: this? It started in 1991. So, [00:03:48] Craig Dalton: so I, I remember doing some of the races here, back in the mid nineties, on my [00:03:53] Michelle Duffy: mountain bike. Oh, I've heard some fascinating stories in those [00:03:57] Craig Dalton: days. Now the festival, I mean, Just this fascinating intersection of all the disciplines of cycling. It's hard to describe. I mean, if you, you name it, if it's on a bike, it's probably has an event here. [00:04:11] Michelle Duffy: Absolutely. I mean anything from e-bikes to gravel cross-country mountain bike, dual slalom, downhill and Duro. You name it. It's here. Kids races. We have a little bit of it all here. It's hard to tie it all together. Yeah. [00:04:23] Craig Dalton: Super cool. Watching the kids on the pump track, and it's just such a good family atmosphere here. [00:04:28] Michelle Duffy: And I think that was Frank Yohannan's goal. When he started the event really was how are we bringing families? And bike together. So often these bike races, it's hard to integrate your family into that experience, but here you can camp with your family. You can attend the festival, they can learn how to ride a mountain bike on the pump track, and you can participate in a race yourself. So I think. That's really how this started and what's made it so successful. We have families that have been here since 1991, and now they're taking their kids here and we were going to take their kids here. [00:05:02] Craig Dalton: Yeah. And the how many booths are here? The festival atmosphere. It's so unusual for consumers to get in front of so many manufacturers from the bike industry. Yeah. And [00:05:12] Michelle Duffy: vice versa for the, for the brands to have this many consumers here and there's over 500 brands. [00:05:18] Craig Dalton: That's amazing. Yeah. It's probably took me two days to kind of visit everybody across the booth [00:05:23] Michelle Duffy: after, and even still, like, you probably didn't get a chance to engage with them all. Yeah, [00:05:28] Craig Dalton: that's absolutely right. Interestingly, I talked to a couple of riders who were doing multiple events. They brought a couple bikes down, different disciplines, really making the most of their time here in [00:05:38] Michelle Duffy: Monterrey. Athletes. I heard some names today in the gravel event that participated in cross-country yesterday. We even have some pretty legit riders that took place in the e-bike race. So it's, it's always fun to talk to them and see what bikes they chose. Yeah. Uh, I participated [00:05:54] Craig Dalton: in am I, if I'm going to say it correctly, log Villa. Yeah, I, I should apologize in advance if I'm in articulate. Cause my brain is still rattled. [00:06:02] Michelle Duffy: I'm with you. It's been a long few days here, fun few days, but definitely zaps the brain. [00:06:08] Craig Dalton: It was definitely a fun event. And I would say I would characterize it as a bit unusual for the gravel races I've done because it was very single-track heavy, which I appreciated as someone, you know, obviously the lifetime produces a lot of events in a lot of different stuff. Was that intentional to kind of make it a little bit of a different type of event than some of the other events [00:06:27] Michelle Duffy: on the calendar. Thai the event, the overall experience of seawater. And it's important to us that all of our events around the country feel unique and also important us that all of our events here at seawater have their differentiators. So definitely was intentional. I know not all gravel cyclists have the best bike handling myself included. But it keeps it interesting. [00:06:50] Craig Dalton: Yeah. A hundred percent. So for the listener, it's very single track heavy course. Stunning views across the corridor. [00:06:56] Michelle Duffy: It's absolutely beautiful here. And after holding the event in October, in the fall, it was amazing to have everyone back together, but being back on the calendar at this time of year, when everything is green, the birds are chirping. The sun shining. Yeah, it's [00:07:10] Craig Dalton: stunning. Yeah. You get on these Ridge lines and despite how much my back was hurting, I was still appreciating it and enjoy it. Yeah. [00:07:18] Michelle Duffy: Yeah. It's it's great. [00:07:20] Craig Dalton: So I wanted to talk to you about the lifetime grand Prix. We haven't had anybody on the show talking about it yet. It's the inaugural race. Can you just give us an overview of the series and then we'll get into some more detailed questions? Yeah, [00:07:31] Michelle Duffy: absolutely. So the lifetime grand Prix comprise is of six of our events. Off-road events. Multidiscipline so, you know, cross country this weekend and we'll be doing. Out in Emporia next. We selected 60 athletes, so 30 men, 30 women who are competing for a quarter million dollar prize purse across the season. And the breakdown is we'll take their best five of six scores so they can choose to attend only five and assume the risk of finishing the others or we'll drop their lowest score. The point system's pretty. Easy to understand. And it's a sliding scale, 30 points to first place, one point to 30th place, and we'll score it that way across the season. [00:08:22] Craig Dalton: Gotcha. So many questions. W how, what was the decision-making process look like to decide, to have cross country mountain bike racing and gravel racing in the same series? [00:08:32] Michelle Duffy: I think it's just totally unique. There's Def there's mountain bike series. There's road. Series. I don't know if we've, well, we're starting to see, you know, the UCI coming out with the gravel series and that's not lifetime events are unique in that. They're all different. But we're seeing the same elite riders that are wanting to attend a mountain bike race, and a gravel event. And it's not for everyone. Some, some gravel riders are not interested in riding a mountain bike and they're going to come to our gravel events and they'll purchase participate. Those are scored the same way and all of our athletes will be treated in the same fashion. But when we look at our portfolio, it's like, wow, we, how lucky are we that we have the sea Otter classic and Unbound gravel and the Leadville trail, 100 mountain bike, race, and crushing the Tuscher in Toronto again in big sugar, gravel. And it goes on. And when we looked at our portfolio, we've been talking about this for a few years and I don't know if the timing was right. As we've seen more and more elites coming it's we've paused and been thinking like we're seeing mass participation grow. We're seeing these former world tour riders, former world champion mountain bike racers coming and participating in our events. And they're participating in our events because they want to stand on the same start line as the mass participant. It's good for them and their brand to connect with the consumers. They're enjoying the experience of standing on the same start line as the everyday rider and walking through an expo. These are things that they don't get to do in Europe. And, but what's missing is, you know, a few, a few decades ago, he lost a lot of faith in road cycling and that impacted fandom is the term that we're using internally of, of professional cycling in the U S. People don't care about those professional athletes, but in mass, we're not talking about cycling on ESPN on a regular basis. And I don't know if we'll get there, but we hope to we hope that this series helps north America reconnect with elite cyclists and these athletes start to become household names. And this is. I don't know, league of sorts. [00:10:45] Craig Dalton: I think it's a lot of fun. I mean, I think it pushes the rider's technical abilities. I've always been sort of griping about the ratification of gravel. So I love that these athletes are just going to have to find a different skill set, develop a different skill, set, understand how to ride a different bike. It's fun. Yeah. [00:11:04] Michelle Duffy: I mean, if you look at our. The crusher and the Tuscher is a gravel race, but the top riders wanted on a mountain bike last year. Right. So there, I think ratification can happen a little bit, especially when there's more elite riders. So there's more group riding. But the, the technicality of a lot of our courses it varies and it does require a different skillset [00:11:30] Craig Dalton: for the athletes who require. Just a lot of thought about the season, right? Preparing for an event like seawater and the cross-country style, mountain bike race is quite different than Unbound at 200 miles. [00:11:41] Michelle Duffy: Absolutely. And I think we saw a lot of our, you know, more traditional gravel cyclist road cyclist came here and they didn't come off the line the way a Keegan Swenson did. He was a man with a plan. Like he was out there to win that event and get his 30 points. But we did see a lot of other athletes. Came out here and we didn't have all 30 men and all 30 women. So they scored a few points, even if it was a, it was just survival. Consistency is going to be key throughout the season. And it was definitely fun to see some of our athletes that were really stretching themselves in a single track cross country event coming out. And they took the challenge on and I think that's really cool. It's they, they're not shying away from the challenge. Some falls out there yesterday, but that was part of it. And if any of these athletes knew what they were getting into, and I think it's something that excites them, the energy was really high. [00:12:33] Craig Dalton: Yeah. That's super cool. I didn't get a chance to see the coverage yet from yesterday. I know who the winner is. I'm not going to put you on the spot for race commentary, but how would you characterize, like how the race unfolded? I know in a lot of mountain bike races, you got to get to that single track [00:12:46] Michelle Duffy: first. Yeah. What's funny, is that both the men's and women's race unfolded almost identically within the top three. So coming off the line, they they're on this racetrack Laguna Seca, and they hop on. Pretty wide dirt fire road and climb a hill. And it's just under a mile before they hit double track. So you could see I was in the lead out Mazda vehicle. You could see them fighting for position, especially the traditional mountain bikers. They wanted to get to the single track first, knowing that their bike handling skills were better. And they, they rode, it was pretty decided who was going to be. In contention about 10 riders deep yesterday on both the men's and women's side. It worked its way down to three writers, deep on both sides with only maybe six miles to go. The women definitely had a bigger group of five there that it was anybody's day. And then Mo Wilson put it down, climbing a hill and it was a risky move for her, but she. Came you just kind of watched everyone else come apart. And she was the strongest woman out there yesterday. [00:13:58] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I talked to her a little bit yesterday and she said that last hill made her, made the race for her. [00:14:02] Michelle Duffy: Yeah, it definitely did. And it was kind of amazing. We have flow bikes doing live coverage and they got it all on drone on the broadcast. And you could just see the race coming apart and the men's men's wear the same. It was, I don't know if you've talked to Keegan. But as he hit that climb, he went and Russell, Vince or Wilde said the same thing. He just, he gave it his all, but he couldn't stay with Keegan on that, [00:14:22] Craig Dalton: that, that climb has been part of this Jada classic for 30. As I approached it, I remembered it from decades [00:14:29] Michelle Duffy: ago. Well, w R M cross country mountain bike race was UCI sanctioned before this year and it, but it wasn't prior to that. And it used to be a longer loop cross-country style, mountain bike, race, and we wanted to get back to that. Let them let the riders see beautiful Salinas valley. And I think that. They got to experience a little bit more of that and got those traditional climbs in those traditional views. And we only saw them, it was a two lap race. So we just saw them at the halfway [00:15:00] Craig Dalton: point. Yeah. Yeah. No, I think it was a really fun course too. Yeah. [00:15:04] Michelle Duffy: As the writers. Yeah. Loose and loose at times, but overall and fairly good. [00:15:11] Craig Dalton: There's a lot of people hitting the whoops and saying, wow, that kind of stuff, which is great to see. Yeah. Let's talk a little bit about the selection process. Not necessarily like how it went down, but you seem to have selected a lot of diverse writers. I know we've got former Olympians on the women's side. Like Andrew and Amber Neven who know, not known for mountain biking or gravel racing at all, but [00:15:38] Michelle Duffy: coming right [00:15:38] Craig Dalton: off the Olympics. Yeah. Yeah. Which clearly, like she's a phenomenal talent. And then as I know, you've got some track people on the men's side as well, some of the traditional mountain bikers, some gravel riders. So what, what did that look like? And it must have been fun, hard, but. [00:15:54] Michelle Duffy: It was hard but fun. That's a good way to describe it. We weren't sure what was going to happen in the inaugural year. Like, are we going to get enough writers to fill the field? Is it going to be fast amateur riders and just hitting the refresh button on the application and watching the names that float in. We had over 200. Elite professional cyclists, that applied to be a part of the lifetime grand Prix that does make the selection process really challenging. And I mean, we're learning a lot, but this felt like the best way for us to do it this year with no year over a year learnings, yet to do an application, let's find out who is interested, who is telling us that they want to take on this challenge. They want to. Our goal again, is to grow cycling. Who's going to be a great ambassador for that. And we looked at race resume and those that we thought would be really competitive, like who truly has a challenge, a chance to be in the top 10 throughout the season was really important. And then just who is going to inspire people to follow the sport. But I think we have a lot of really amazing humans that do a lot of amazing things off the bike to. [00:17:07] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I think it's going to be really fun. It's so cool that you have flow bikes doing the live coverage. So regardless of where you are, get on flow bikes, you can watch the series unfold. And I think we're going to see some of those just human interest stories about, you know, who's skilled on the mountain bike who hate, you know, who's having counseling and I [00:17:23] Michelle Duffy: hated mountain bikers had their day. And, and that was amazing to see. I mean, some of the lesser talked about names within the lifetime grandpa. We're finishing in the top five. And I loved to see that. I don't think there was that many surprises in the top three. But, but there also, there was no one's been talking about Alex wild and he's been due to have his day and it came for him yesterday. He wrote an amazing event. Like I loved seeing that. I loved seeing Evelyn dong, who finished in fifth on the women's side. She hasn't really been talked about as a favorite of the lifetime grand Prix. And she was up there with the women all day. Yep. [00:17:56] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I think it's going to be interesting transitioning eight weeks from now to Unbound 200 mile race. Definitely different skillset. But I imagine if you've got a top five here at. You've got a little extra motivation in you. Maybe like you didn't feel like you could be competitive at the 200 mile, but now you're saying, well, I've got a bunch of points in the bank and I got to go [00:18:16] Michelle Duffy: for it. Exactly. And we think, I think there's consistency is really going to be important. And as long as you score a bunch of points at the front, Showing up and Unbound is so interesting because the finisher rate is low. But I think now what's going to make that event interesting is there's more motivation to finish. So you might be having the heck of a day out there and normally pull the plug. But getting to the finish line is super important for you because you can still finish in the top 20, because inevitably we're going to have some writers that are going to DNF, and we do have some writers that are opting out of it. Yeah. [00:18:58] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's really interesting. I imagined as a professional athlete, just trying to figure out how to manage the diversity of races that you have to tackle. And I don't know if we mentioned this on air, but you can drop one, one event through the season. [00:19:10] Michelle Duffy: Some, some athletes are choosing to drop one event. Some actually were injured leading into sea Otter. And so that's their drop of this season. And. Then some are going to do all six and they get to drop their lowest performance. You have Pete Stenton unfortunately broke his wrist yesterday and he rode, he finished it in 21st, yesterday. So he got some points and he's hoping that this is the event that he can drop. Definitely equipped to be a top contender throughout the season, but it was to his benefit that he attended the event yesterday and still got something. Yeah. And [00:19:45] Craig Dalton: the, the Leadville 100 is on the docket as well. Right. So another just sort of unique, you know, has its own skillset required. High, high elevation. [00:19:57] Michelle Duffy: Yeah. One could argue. That Unbound gravel 200 is the most intimidating event because of the mileage. But then you look at an event like the Leadville trail, 100 mountain bike race, which is at high elevation and requires a ton of climbing. Yep. [00:20:11] Craig Dalton: Super intimidating for any athlete tackling that [00:20:13] Michelle Duffy: one. Although it's interesting because crushing the Tuscher is the event prior to that. And there's a lot of climbing at that event and it is also at elevations. It's kind of a good prep leading in crushers, the only mountain top finish in gravel and there they spend most of their day climbing at that race. [00:20:31] Craig Dalton: That's what I've heard. What's the, what's the time difference a gap between those two events and it's exactly a month. Okay. Yeah. And lentils after [00:20:40] Michelle Duffy: crusher. Yeah. So the order seawater obviously is this weekend. First or second weekend in April and we have eight weeks until Unbound, gravel and Emporia. And then after that we have six weeks, so crusher four weeks, and then we get on this four week cadence. [00:20:57] Craig Dalton: Yeah. It's going to be interesting to see the climbers, how they fair and Leadville versus Unbound. Just fascinating to me the whole thing. [00:21:06] Michelle Duffy: Yeah. I, I'm really excited to see some individuals that are just so. Talented within their discipline, have the opportunity to rise and have an amazing day like we saw yesterday, but then also excited for these athletes that are just going to be chipping away every week, landing themselves in the top 10. And and who that will be like, who from yesterday are going to be consistently in the top 10 for the rest of the [00:21:32] Craig Dalton: season. Yeah. And I think that the existence of this series and all the capital on the line. Is also providing a lot of motivation for athletes that didn't get selected this year to show themselves and say, Hey, you missed out on me. Yeah. Look at me. [00:21:44] Michelle Duffy: And, and I, I love that. I mean, it's, it was really hard to make the decision and especially knowing, you know, you have to put your business hat on because we are hearing from some athletes that this has changed their year. I mean, it's, we're occupying a lot of their schedule, but. They've been able to sign sponsors that they hadn't prior. And we've gotten that feedback from multiple athletes, which was part of, part of the goal is to help them be able to do this as a full-time job, but as we're making the selection, you know, that those that you're not selecting are not getting that opportunity. And we had do have a handful of athletes that are going to be showing up at a lot of these events and saying, Hey, actually I did deserve to be here. I'm finishing in the top 30. All of the events within the lifetime grand Prix. And that's amazing because this is not a one-year activation for us. This is a long-term long-term things. Yeah. Yeah. And I think, [00:22:40] Craig Dalton: I mean, you still have the opportunity to win any one of these races, regardless of whether you're selected for the lifetime [00:22:45] Michelle Duffy: grand Prairie. Exactly. Yesterday, it just so happened that the top three were all also lifetime grand Prix athletes, but I don't foresee that happening at Unbound gravel. I mean, you have someone like Ian Boswell, the raining. And Lauren D crescendo. They're not doing the lifetime grand Prix. But I expect to see them performing really well at Unbound gravel. Yeah. You've [00:23:07] Craig Dalton: got people who focus on the Leadville 100 as their jam. That's the [00:23:11] Michelle Duffy: one they want to win. But I think that's, that's, what's going to help keep it really honest because there's going to be varying goals at these big events. So. We've started to see lots of front of pack riding in a pack and coming down to a sprint finish, which is also amazing because this gravel community is about building community and comradery. And, but now that we have both all this money on the line, do the lifetime grand Prix and other athletes that are not participating and maybe have their own incentives with their separate brands. Seeing how the races unfold this year. I, I am predicting will be different because every point matters for the grand Prix athletes and those that aren't in the grand Prix. I have something to prove. And so I don't know. I don't know if we'll see as much. PAC riding sleep miles [00:24:06] Craig Dalton: in the days, coming up to the event here, you signed up a pretty big sponsor. [00:24:11] Michelle Duffy: Yes. We now have a presenting sponsor in Mazda. They we've been talking with them since late fall of last year and they just launched an off-road vehicle, the Mazda CX 50. And as they were doing their research, they, they view the cyclist as a target consumer for them. Okay. They also just, I mentioned earlier, amazing humans doing amazing things. That's what we've been spending all of our time, talking to Mazda about that's something that they want to be a part of. They're not interested in the super salesy tactics. They're more interested in like content reconnecting and connecting with, with this consumer base. And they're really passionate about the outdoors. And [00:24:51] Craig Dalton: is it a sponsorship just for the [00:24:53] Michelle Duffy: season? They are the presenting sponsor of big sugar gravel now. They're signing. It's a two or three-year deal. I shouldn't know that, but my brain's not firing, but they're on for multiple years with us. And then they've also become official sponsors of all of the events that are in the lifetime grant. But yeah, that's [00:25:09] Craig Dalton: super exciting. Yeah. It's just great to see money coming into the sport to support a series of this [00:25:14] Michelle Duffy: nature. If you read any interviews from chemo, Seymour, our president of events early on, he actually called out auto is one of the industries. Departed from supporting cycling. After just, you know, a few decades ago of a lot of brands are moving themselves from this sport and Mazda has done some things locally in California in a smaller scale. Just I think outside of that region, people weren't really aware that they've been slowly starting to get their feet wet in dirt and mountain biking. And to see an automobile company come back and believe in us and believe in this series. It says a lot for us as well. Like this is, we're doing it. Like this is going to be big. We have a really big brand that believes in us, our events, our athletes, our participants, our community. Yeah. It's super [00:26:06] Craig Dalton: validating and great to see. Thank you so much for all the time. I know it's been a [00:26:10] Michelle Duffy: super long week. Thank you. I'm glad we could connect and chat and talk in person better than zoom. [00:26:17] Craig Dalton: Yeah, absolutely. And I look forward to just watching the series on full. Again, a reminder to the listener. You can watch these events on flow bikes. You can follow them on social media. There's all kinds of great way to get access to what I think is going to be a great journey and a lot of fun stories throughout the year. Particularly as we have two or three events behind us, we're going to see who's in the lead who needs to catch up. Does it change their race tactics to try to get a win when they're behind? Yes, [00:26:45] Michelle Duffy: so much fun. I'm excited to see how everything [00:26:49] Craig Dalton: unfolds. I, for one hope that it comes down to big sugar. I [00:26:53] Michelle Duffy: do too. Let's keep it. Interesting. Amazing. [00:26:57] Craig Dalton: All right. Get some rest. Good to [00:26:58] Michelle Duffy: talk to you. Thank you. Thanks Greg. [00:27:01] Craig Dalton: That's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. I hope you enjoyed learning more about the lifetime grand Prix series from Michelle. I know as a fan of the sport, I'm excited to just watch and see how it unfolds. Next up for racing is Unbound. And I think that's about seven weeks out. At this point and you can go over to lifetime's grand Prix website to see the current standings of athletes and see what's coming up next in the calendar beyond Unbound big, thanks to our friends at the feed for sponsoring this week's episode of the gravel rod podcast. If you're interested in connecting with me, encourage you to join the ridership, just visit www.theridership.com. That's our free global cycling community. You can connect with myself and hundreds of other athletes from around the world and just. Chat about your love of gravel cycling and all things bikes. If you're interested in supporting the podcast, ratings and reviews are hugely appreciated as well as any financial contributions via buy me a coffee.com/the gravel ride. Until next time. Here's to finding some dirt under your wheels

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 67:41


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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 17:47


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Food Biz Wiz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 40:30


Refreshing your branding is a huge undertaking. There are so many considerations involved, from your brand's story, to your physical packaging, to finding the right partners. But when is the right time to undergo a rebrand? What even are the processes involved in a rebrand?  In this episode, we are thrilled to talk with Diana Jarrar, the founder of MagicBites (and a Retail Ready(R) student), and Sam Laubach and Meghan Martin, the co-founders of Here and Now Creative, about the BEAUTIFUL rebrand they launched for MagicDates. In this episode, we discuss: The WHY behind Diana's decision to rebrand in the first place How she found the right design partners The steps in the rebranding process How Sam and Meghan guided Diana through the process If you'd like to see our full notes and resources, to join us in our private Facebook group, or to connect with me on Instagram, click here for the full show notes! This episode is sponsored by my Masterclass! Click here to watch our free masterclass on growing your food business and to understand exactly what we cover inside our course, coaching & community - plus how to join our second quarter cohort!

Food Biz Wiz
141. Behind The Scenes of MagicDates Stunning Rebrand

Food Biz Wiz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 34:22


Refreshing your branding is a huge undertaking. There are so many considerations involved, from your brand's story, to your physical packaging, to finding the right partners. But when is the right time to undergo a rebrand? What even are the processes involved in a rebrand?  In this episode, we are thrilled to talk with Diana Jarrar, the founder of MagicBites (and a Retail Ready(R) student), and Sam Laubach and Meghan Martin, the co-founders of Here and Now Creative, about the BEAUTIFUL rebrand they launched for MagicDates. In this episode, we discuss: The WHY behind Diana's decision to rebrand in the first place How she found the right design partners The steps in the rebranding process How Sam and Meghan guided Diana through the process If you'd like to see our full notes and resources, to join us in our private Facebook group, or to connect with me on Instagram, click here for the full show notes! This episode is sponsored by my Masterclass! Click here to watch our free masterclass on growing your food business and to understand exactly what we cover inside our course, coaching & community - plus how to join our second quarter cohort!

The Daily Good
Episode 518: Help for jaundiced babies in Africa, surprising facts about ancient Egyptian doctors, the stunning Rani Ki Vav site in India, the joys of The Lone Ranger radio show, and more…

The Daily Good

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 21:18


Good News: An incredible Nigerian startup has created a low-cost, portable unit to treat jaundice in newborns, Link HERE. The Good Word: Timeless wisdom from Ali Ibn Abi Talib Good To Know: Some interesting information about ancient Egyptian doctors! Good News: Schools using mindfulness and meditation to help schoolchildren improve their mental health and lives! […]

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co
Dave Portnoy Meets Stunning Look-alike -DPS #77

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 83:11


Hank joins us to kick off the show to talk about an accidental selfie sent to Big Cat, Dave, and Caleb in a group chat last night. The Goomba Yankees fan that went viral over the weekend joins to talk about Army football. A stunning Dave clone joins the program. Support Our Sponsors High Noon Real vodka, real juice, for real fans just like us Birddogs Go to https://barstool.link/Dave, enter promo code “DAVE” and they'll throw in a free whiste tip football. Felix Gray For the best blue light glasses go to https://barstool.link/FelixGrayDave Roman Go to https://barstool.link/RomanDPS to get $10 off when you choose a monthly plan. Check out Barstool Sports for more: http://www.barstoolsports.com

The Podcast by KevinMD
Writing is an outlet for this physician

The Podcast by KevinMD

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 15:48


"There is something about physically putting pen to paper, that connection between your mind and your body that is just very health-inducing. And it takes time. And often we do not dedicate the time to taking care of ourselves and something as simple as writing in a journal, writing these, you know, these pieces. In eight minutes, you can get a lot done. It's been amazing what people come up with. And so I think the first part is just committing the time and giving yourself the space to do something that is fun and really brings pleasure." Janet E. Patin is a family physician. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Stunning new medical conditions overlooked!" Did you enjoy today's episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Reflect and earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info

The Dan Bongino Show
A Stunning Blow To The Deep State (Ep 1744)

The Dan Bongino Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 55:41


A stunning hit to the deep state this past week. In addition, the “Great Reset” is here, and the latest move by the left proves it. Also, why are Twitter leftists in a panic today?  News Picks: The Michigan “kidnapping” case looks a lot like a political setup. Elon turns down a Twitter board seat. The “Great Reset” is coming.  A major shift in Hispanic voter support for the GOP is happening. Is there bias in the handling of candidate emails with Gmail?  New Jersey is pushing to sexually indoctrinate your young kids in school.  Daily Beast toolbox mistakes an Asian man for Andy Ngo. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved

Axios Today
The stunning highs and lows of the U.S. economy

Axios Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 11:38


Our economic headlines have been dominated by inflation. And an update out Tuesday isn't looking good - we're expecting to have hit another 40-year high last month. But there is some good news that you might have missed in all of this - we're also seeing the lowest number of unemployment claims in 54 years. Plus, get ready for the summer of “revenge travel.” Guests: Axios' Neil Irwin and Joann Muller. Credits: Axios Today is produced by Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Alex Sugiura, Sabeena Singhani, and Lydia McMullen-Laird. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at podcasts@axios.com. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Go deeper: Amazing number: Fewest jobless claims in 54 years Get ready for a nasty inflation report The summer of "revenge travel" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Adventure Rider Radio Motorcycle Podcast. Travel Adventures, Bike Tech Tips
Colombia Motorcycle Travel: Low-Budget, Stunning and Mostly Undiscovered

Adventure Rider Radio Motorcycle Podcast. Travel Adventures, Bike Tech Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 68:47


Not too long ago the city of Medellin, Colombia was considered the most dangerous city in the world, and the whole country of Colombia was known as the murder capital of the world. With such a dark reputation, why would anyone consider exploring Colombia by motorcycle? Jeff Cremer and Alan Churchill, the authors of a book all about motorcycle travel in Colombia, are here to tell us all the reasons you should consider putting Colombia on your list of motorcycle trip destinations. If you've enjoyed this episode please consider supporting this show by going to adventureriderradio.com/support and also by checking out our sponsors. Follow Adventure Rider Radio: Facebook: AdventureRiderRadio Instagram: @adventureriderradio Twitter: @ADVRiderRadio For more on this episode see the show notes at Adventure Rider Radio.

The Dan Bongino Show
A Stunning New Report About The 2020 Election (Ep 1742)

The Dan Bongino Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 55:58


In this episode, I address the shocking new report out of Arizona, about the 2020 election. News Picks: Stunning new findings about the 2020 election. A bizarre story about the Secret Service. Remember those “intelligence officials” who signed that debunked, discredited letter about the laptop? Some are back working in government. The tech tyranny is metastasizing. Facebook is a cancer. Disney gives conservatives the middle finger and hires a Hillary flunky to manage PR. Ohio Republicans model Florida and move their own parental rights legislation. Service sector inflation is exploding. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast
Fifteen Years After The O.J. Verdict: Former LAPD Detective Mark Fuhrman's Stunning Revelations

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 35:04


Original airdate: 10/11/2010Fifteen years after the O.J. Simpson trial, Oprah goes one-on-one with former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman about the trial as they discuss the key players, the evidence, and his shocking revelations. He also discusses how the case affected his life and what would happen if he met O.J. face to face.

The Dan Bongino Show
Stunning Video Shows Why They're Obsessed With Kids (Ep 1736)

The Dan Bongino Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 54:19


These shocking video clips show why the left is obsessed with sexualizing your kids. In this episode, I address the scandal, along with new information in the Hunter Biden case.  News Picks: Disney producer openly talks about their sexualizing agenda.  That's not happening, but it's great that it is. Taiwan sees a lesson in Ukraine. BlackRock's CEO is a pushing for a digital currency?  The FBI is unaware of the location of the Hunter laptop? Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H3 – Mar 24 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 45:07


NYC Councilman Joe Borelli joins C&B to blast Mayor Adams for lifting the vax mandate for professional athletes and entertainers, but not the general public, including thousands who were fired. Alcohol killed more people under 65 than covid in 2020. Old photos of Clay and Buck coming soon to ClayAndBuck.com? Biden brings up Trump, Jan 6. at NATO presser. Stunning viral video moment of truck caught in Texas tornado. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Dan Bongino Show
Stunning Vaccine Info Emerges (Ep 1731)

The Dan Bongino Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 56:40


In this episode I address the latest disturbing study about the vaccines and emerging infections. I also discuss my wide-ranging interview with President Trump.  News Picks: Is this what a Russia/Ukraine peace deal looks like? Will Russia have to switch to a defensive posture? A new COVID vaccine red-flag. Super vaccinated seniors show negative efficacy against COVID death.  Explosive new allegations of government spying on Project Veritas. Huge polling shift as the suburbs switch to Trump, from Biden. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved