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Paddling Adventures Radio
Episode 333: Sean and Derek celebrate National Canoe Day by paddling in all 5 Great Lakes in one day

Paddling Adventures Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 80:20


Episode 333 ~ June 30, 2022 Podcast Info / Topics Sean and Derek put the canoe on the roof of the truck and drove to Lakes Ontario, Erie, Huron, Michigan and Superior in one day, stopping at each to put the canoe in the water and go for a paddle. What started as one of […]

Paddling Adventures Radio
Episode 333: Sean and Derek celebrate National Canoe Day by paddling in all 5 Great Lakes in one day

Paddling Adventures Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 80:20


Episode 333 ~ June 30, 2022 Podcast Info / Topics Sean and Derek put the canoe on the roof of the truck and drove to Lakes Ontario, Erie, Huron, Michigan and Superior in one day, stopping at each to put the canoe in the water and go for a paddle. What started as one of […]

HR Oxygen
The Diversity Factor: How to Ignite Superior Organizational Performance - with James McKim

HR Oxygen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:22


Many of you are working on DE&I initiatives.  We know we should do it because it's the right thing to do, but what if it also bolsters the bottom line?  According to today's guest, James McKim, those different perspectives can do just that!  James is the managing partner of Organizational Ignition and the author of The Diversity Factor:  Igniting Superior Organizational Performance. You'll get lots of great ideas and the stats to back them up in this episode.  Enjoy!

Wilson County News
ECHS choir sings their way to success

Wilson County News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 0:49


Congratulations to members of the East Central High School choir for hitting all the right notes at the Texas State Solo & Ensemble Contest May 30 in Pflugerville. Eight young ladies prepared an aria or art song in a foreign language and performed it from memory, resulting in each one earning a medal! Performers include Emory Kennemore (12th) and Marisa Mejia (10th), who received “Superior” ratings and gold medals; and Charli Garcie (11th), Divina Gonzalez (10th), Anastasia Houston (ninth), Alexa Lewis (10th), Emma Sinclair (12th), and Jacalyn Vargas-Jehle (10th), who received “Excellent” ratings and silver medals.Article Link

Notícias MP
MPAC lança edital para contratação de estagiários de nível superior

Notícias MP

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 1:26


O Ministério Público do Estado do Acre (MPAC) lançou nesta segunda, 27, o edital de abertura do I processo de avaliação e seleção de estagiário para o preenchimento de vagas e a formação de cadastro de reserva de estágio de estudantes de nível superior. O edital de lançamento foi assinado pelo procurador-geral de Justiça, Danilo Lovisaro do Nascimento.

Radio Entrepreneurs
“Providing Superior Customer Service While Maximizing Value For Every Case” with Ken Goldberg

Radio Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 9:52


Guest: Ken Goldberg - Law Offices Kenneth J Goldberg Interviewer: Jeffrey Davis - MAGE LLC The post “Providing Superior Customer Service While Maximizing Value For Every Case” with Ken Goldberg appeared first on Radio Entrepreneurs.

YUTORAH: R' Moshe Taragin -- Recent Shiurim
A Meshech Chochmah for Chukat: Preserving Human Dignity While Eating; Human-Initiated Miracles are Superior to Divine Intervention ;

YUTORAH: R' Moshe Taragin -- Recent Shiurim

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 18:27


Impact Hustlers - Entrepreneurs With Social Impact
Climate Intelligence For Superior Business Decision-Making - Iggy Bassi of Cervest

Impact Hustlers - Entrepreneurs With Social Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 47:53


With the increasing severity of the climate problem, thankfully, there are organizations like Cervest that offer their climate intelligence program to empower companies and individuals to analyze their climate risk and make climate-informed decisions. For this reason, Cervest's Founder and CEO Iggy Bassi joins us today to educate us on why we need to quantify and act on climate risks. Some of the highlights of this episode include the extremely useful advice that Iggy shares on building a mission-driving business, hiring the right people, finding the right investors, cultivating great relationships with both your staff and investors, and getting through the dark days. He also talks about why you need to marry method with conviction, which he emphasizes a lot, as it has a big role to play for founders when building a company. This is an episode you won't want to miss.Iggy's key lessons and quotes from this episode were:“Conviction needs to be high on mission, but also needs to marry with method as well, because the real impact you're looking to make has to be scalable.” (27:17)“There'll always be dark days… The question is, who do you want around your board when times get dark, and do they believe in the same thing that you believe?” (27:52)“You may be very strong on vision, but you've got to surround yourself with the right talent, and you have to build the right culture, because [...] for every power you have, you have a corresponding weakness as well.” (31:43)In this episode, we also talked about:Cervest and how it works (6:32)Why people use Cervest (17:54)Iggy's hardest lessons learned (26:47)Finding mission-aligned investors (34:55)Support the show

Lake Superior Podcast
S3 E1: Dave Lorenz - Vice President of Travel Michigan

Lake Superior Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 31:24


From Native Americans to modern day travelers, Lake Superior has welcomed summer visitors with cool, clear water and wooded escapes. Dave Lorenz, Vice President for Travel Michigan understands the lure of the Lake, especially since Michigan, as a state, has the most Superior shoreline at an estimated 917 miles, and three of the five National Parks on the Big Blue. In this episode of Lake Superior Podcast he shares with Walt Lindala and Frida Waara the importance of public lands along the Lake for visitors to enjoy, as well as the value of travel as the world's greatest peacemaker. 

FunX Fissa
#84 - Flava B2B Superior

FunX Fissa

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 54:21


Elke week hoor je de heetste mixes van jouw favoriete DJ's in FunX Fissa! Deze week een lekkere set van Flava & Superior!

Tent Talk with Nancy McCready
Summer Shorts: Superior or Saved

Tent Talk with Nancy McCready

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 18:53


Check out this podcast series of short bursts of timely wisdom. Take a listen today...Be sure to SUBSCRIBE----REVIEW & RATE TENT TALK PODCAST w/ Nancy McCready 5-STARS to help us get the message out. Remember to get your copy of Nancy's book “From Trauma To Trust” on Amazon & join her FREE FB Group -- The Producers Way! #nancymccready.com #tenttalk #tenttribe #theproducersway.com​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ---​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Follow podcast links:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Apple Podcast:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tent-talk-with-nancy-mccready/id1448394759?mt=2⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Google Podcast:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjQ4NDEwMTI0MC9zb3VuZHMucnNz⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Spotify Podcast:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ open.spotify.com/show/1QTSlnDSLFxsb4QlnwK79q

Zafarrancho Vilima
Antonio Gaudí en las Grandes Biografías de Zafarrancho Vilima

Zafarrancho Vilima

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 5:54


Hoy empezamos la biografía de Anton Placid Guillem Gaudí i Cornet y ya vemos si la terminamos o no. Este pequeño rubio de ojos azules nació en Reus el 25 de junio de 1852, cuando todavía el turrón era barato. Venía de una familia de caldereros, que ahora suena a trabajo de mierda pero que en 1852 te daba pa mandar a estudiar a tu hijo a Barcelona. Era el menor de 5 hermanos, de los cuales ninguno llegó a los 40. Las cenas de navidad de Gaudí eran más tristes que el final de David, el Gnomo. Y fue todo un milagro que Antoni sobreviviera a sus hermanos, porque desde pequeñito tuvo más achaques que la madre de Marco. Padeció reumatismo, lo que le obligaba a permanecer durante mucho tiempo en reposo mirando por la ventana, como nosotros en el confinamiento pero sin aplaudir. Y entre que se llevaba tor día mirando caé lasojita de los árboles y que el padre pa distraerlo lo ponía a hacer cacerolas, acabó desarrollando una extraña noción de los objetos como tridimensionales. Fueron precisamente sus problemas de salud los que marcaron su carácter retraído y un poco amargao y le llevaron a ser estrictamente vegetariano, con largos periodos de ayuno, que a lo mejor si hubiera comido más pavía rebozá y menos endivias, el muchacho hubiera sido un poquito más simpático. Entre 1875 y 1878 hizo la mili en la Administración Militar del Arma de Infantería de Barcelona, pero iba menos que Torete al colegio porque siempre estaba malito. Aunque a él le vino estupendamente para seguir con sus estudios y para librarse de entrar en combate en la III Guerra Carlista, que allí había mucho polvo y se iban a gastar más en ventolín pa Antoni que en balas. Así que en el mismo 1878 se graduó en la Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona, pero su curriculum era tan mediocre que el director de la escuela dijo que le habían dado el título a un loco o a un genio, que el tiempo lo diría. Y lo dijo. Gaudí comenzó su carrera diseñando farolas con un montón de piezas de metal así puestas unas encima de otras, que son mu bonitas pero que no veas la de polvo y la de mierda que coge eso en la calle. Luego llegarían otros encargos con los que empezaría a adquirir renombre hasta que en la Exposición Universal de París hizo una vidriera, como los mandalas que dibujan los niños ahora, que impresionó a Eusebi Gûell, que inmediatamente se convertiría en su mecenas, encargándole tó lo que hay en Barcelona con el nombre Gûell. Gaudí no sólo fue un innovador en las estructuras, si no también en los acabados. El se iba al polvillo a por azulejos rotos y lo mismo te hacía una lagartija que un mosaico con una estación de penitencia. Lo que no hacía eran planos, él cogía el Alfanova, el papel celofán de colores y las témperas y se hacía la maqueta en chiquitita. Y que se apañaran los albañiles. En 1891 le encargaron un proyecto que no salió, pero que como ya tenía la maqueta hecha, aprovechó las torres pa la Sagrada Familia, que tienen más recovecos que la parte de atrás de un televisor. Y así, cada vez que tenía un ratito, le iba poniendo cosas a la Catedral, que si una bóveda hiperboloide, que si una vidriera del Rey León, como el abuelo de la catedral de Aquarius pero con más colorinchis. Llegó a ser tan famoso en su tiempo que le pusieron su cara a las representaciones de San Felipe Neri, que era como Darwin, pero de perfil. Antonio vivió dedicado por completo a su profesión, permaneciendo soltero durante toda su vida y parece ser que tan sólo en una ocasión, allá por 1884, se sintió atraído por una mujer, una profesora llamada Josefa Moreu. Con lo cortaito que era el muchacho y el trabajito que le costó declararse, coge ella y le dise que también lo quiere, pero como amigo. A lo que él contestó: yo ya tengo un amigo que me ama y su nombre es Jesús, convirtiéndose en una persona profundamente religiosa en todos los sentidos, hasta el punto de vestir como un mendigo. La última etapa de su vida la vivió dentro de la propia Sagrada Familia porque veía que no le daba tiempo de tenerla lista pa el lunes, hasta que el 7 de junio de 1926 cruzó la Gran Vía sin mirá y un tranvía le metió un viaje que le quitó el reuma, el lumbago y la ardentía. Como nadie sabía quién era porque iba vestido como Barragán, lo dejaron allí tirao, hasta que un policía lo reconoció y dijo “o llevamos a este hombre al hospital o la obra de la Catedral va a durar hasta el 2026”. Desgraciadamente Gaudí no se salvó y está por ver lo del 2026, aunque ustedes siempre podrán recordarlo cuando limpien el polvo de la parte de atrá del televisor o alguien los quiera pero como amigos.

Crossroads Baptist Church Sermons
A Superior Priesthood

Crossroads Baptist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 20:06


Pastor Ken Biggs | AM June 26th, 2022 | A Superior Priesthood (Hebrews 7)

Peine Ridge Sermons
Fixate on the Superior Faithfulness of Jesus

Peine Ridge Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


Scripture – Hebrews 3:1-6 Hold fast to your confident hope by fixating on the superiority of your faithful Savior. Hold fast with Confidence in Your Identity (v.1, 6) Hold Fast With Hope in Your Destiny ... Read More

Kasbh's Rant
Kasbh's rant #88 Wake Up Lifestyle Your rights are in Jeopardy!

Kasbh's Rant

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 28:54


This is a complete variation from my normal rants.  This is not about some issue or single behavior in the Lifestyle that needs to be corrected.  This rant is about standing up and making sure my voice is heard.   Will it piss some people off?  Yep,  Will it possibly cost us followers?  Yep   Do i care?  NO!  My wife is not a second class citizen,  neither is my Mom, my neices, aunt or female friends nor are the women in your life.   This is a wake up call to the lifestyle.  DO you really believe the "morally Superior" people wont come after us?  Do you understand there are laws still on the books in states that say who you can and can not have sex with?   Make a stand.  Silence will be all of our down fall.LIFESTYLERS PLEASE WAKE UP ++ Don't forget to VOTE FOR US at www.asnawards.com   -Best Retail shop :  Full Swap Shop   -Best Supporting Business:  Full Swap Radio  - Best Tradeshow/Conventionn:  Krazy Winter Nights++GET YOUR FULL SWAP RADIO APP FOR BOTH APPLE OR ANDRIOD   FS Radiohttp://www.asnlifestylemagazine.comhttp://www.fullswapshop.comhttp://www.nightcapit.kckb.st/Kasbhinchttp://www.smuttyfy.com/register?asn         Visit us at http://www.fullswapradio.comVisit us at : http://www.krazykasbh.comYouTube : http://www.youtube.com/KasbhSend us emails at krazy.kasbh@gmail.comTwitter:  @TruthKrazy

De puertas al campo
De Puertas al Campo - 25/06/2022 - Reunión del sector frutícola aragonés con el consejero de Agricultura

De puertas al campo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 84:25


El sector frutícola aragonés presentaba ayer sus propuestas al consejero de Agricultura. Representantes de ARAGA, ASAJA, Cooperativas Agroalimentarias, FedeFRUTA Aragón, UAGA y UPA mantuvieron una reunión con Joaquín Olona, consejero de Agricultura, Ganadería y Medio Ambiente del Gobierno de Aragón, en la que le trasladaron una batería de propuestas consensuadas en los días previos por el sector frutícola de la comunidad. Agustín Sánchez, secretario general técnico de Fedefruta Aragón ha estado esta mañana en Aragón Radio.  En #EsquiloyremugaDPC, junto a la Organización Interprofesional de la Carne de Vacuno (PROVACUNO) hemos valorado los datos relacionados con Aragón que aparecen en, el informe “Análisis del sector vacuno de carne de España” que se publicaba esta semana. La Comisión Europea ha presentado la propuesta de reglamento sobre uso sostenible de productos fitosanitarios, en el marco de la Estrategia de la Granja a la Mesa, con la que actualizará la normativa aplicable a estos productos, que data del año 2009. Hoy hemos querido conocer la opinión de la Asociación Empresarial para la Protección de las Plantas sobre la aplicación del reglamento. Además de repasar la actualidad del sector cinegético en Aragón hemos hecho también un primer balance de los daños agrícolas causados por los incendios de la pasada semana, recordaremos un estudio sobre el Riesgo de incendios en cosechadoras elaborado por Asaja Huesca y que contó con la colaboración de la Escuela Politécnica Superior de Huesca.En #LatrazaDPC hemos repasado la trazabilidad del tomate rosa de Barbastro, y Paula Yago, propietaria de Bodegas Tempore en Lécera, ha compartido con nosotros su experiencia y su visión sobre el papel que las mujeres desempeñan en el medio rural aragonés.

Raw Footage (Standard)
Yay, Nay or Meh 171

Raw Footage (Standard)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022


Reviews of the films Swan Song, Good Luck To You Leo Grande, Lightyear & The Lost Girls. Review of the Apple TV+ film Cha Cha Real Smooth. Review of the Streaming film Superior. Review of the Shudder film Mad God. Review of the Netflix film The Wrath Of God.DIRECT LINK

Duro y a la cabeza
Maestros muertos ‘se ponen vivos' y cobran 156 millones de pesos Mexicanos Contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad analizó los reportes de la Auditoría Su

Duro y a la cabeza

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 23:24


Maestros muertos ‘se ponen vivos' y cobran 156 millones de pesos Mexicanos Contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad analizó los reportes de la Auditoría Superior de la Federación y detectó que unos cuatro mil maestros muertos hicieron cobros.

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
5090 Steve Harper Interviews Ariel Rodriguez Owner at Superior Sea Moss

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 31:06


Steve Harper Interviews Ariel Rodriguez Owner at Superior Sea Moss -- superiorseamoss.comhttps://onlineradiobox.com/search?cs=us.pbnnetwork1&q=podcast%20business%20news%20network&c=ushttps://mytuner-radio.com/search/?q=business+news+networkhttps://streema.com/radios/search/?q=podcast+business+news+network

Capital
Capital Intereconomía 8:00 a 9:00 23/06/2022

Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 59:58


En la segunda hora de Capital Intereconomía, comentamos la actualidad en la tertulia con Juan Merino, Presidente de ASINCEX, Asociación sin ánimo de lucro de Empresas de Ingeniería y Consultoría de Extremadura; José Ignacio Gutiérrez,Vicesecretario General de Confederación de Cuadros y Profesionales y con José Ramón Álvarez, Profesor de la Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales. Ford elige la planta valenciana de Almussafes para fabricar sus nuevos vehículos eléctricos. En la entrevista Capital hablamos con Carlos Faubel, presidente del comité de empresa de Ford Almussafes y delegado de UGT. Además Glen Chapman, Director de Estrategia de Renta Variable y Crédito de Banco Sabadell nos explica las principales referencias a tener en cuenta en la jornada de hoy.

Silent Sales Machine Radio
#483: Is the REPLENS model truly the superior biz model for most Amazon sellers?

Silent Sales Machine Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:45


There are numerous strategies you can use to attempt to grow a business on Amazon. Among the entire landscape of opportunities however, one strategy is clearly emerging as having the strongest potential to produce results for the greatest number of people. Today I want to talk about the Replens strategy as it's taught in the PRovenAmazonCourse.com course and compare it to all of the other models that you've heard about. Yes this includes the private label strategy that so many people are attempting (and failing with sadly.) Let's talk about it in this "mini" midweek episode.   Show note LINKS:   My Silent Team Facebook group. 100% FREE! Join 69,000 + Facebook members from around the world who are using the internet creatively every day to launch and grow multiple income streams through our exciting PROVEN strategies! There's no support community like this one anywhere else in the world!   JimCockrumCoaching.com - Get a free session with a business consultant on our team at 1-800-994-1792 / 1-801-693-1688 or TEXT US at 385-284-7701 (US & Canada only for Text)  ALL of our coaches are running very successful businesses of their own based on the models we teach here! We've been setting the standard for excellence in e-commerce and Amazon seller coaching since 2002 with over 7,000 students served! Hundreds of our successful, happy students have been interviewed on our podcast!   ProvenAmazonCourse.com - the comprehensive course that contains ALL our Amazon training modules, recorded events and a steady stream of latest cutting edge training including of course the most popular starting point, the REPLENS selling model. The PAC is updated free for life!   ProvenReplensVA.com -  We find, train and assign a VA (Virtual Assistant) to work ONLY for you as a "Replen Hunting" specialist! Visit this website to learn more!     Want some free training on the REPLEN selling model for Amazon? Would you like to watch a 20 minute demonstration of the REPLENS model? Here's a link to a video in our private (free) facebook group (join the group to view the video): https://www.facebook.com/groups/mysilentteam/posts/4744071185708954/   Here's a similar video on youtube if you don't use Facebook: https://youtu.be/b90bInL2yW8   Get details on our printed newsletter: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mysilentteam/permalink/4315695045213239/   Come meet your fellow listeners to this podcast, dozens of our coaches and hundreds of business building warriors at our live event! TheProvenConference.com - August 12-14th 2022 in Louisville KY   SilentJim.com/updates - get an alert on your smartphone each time we have a new podcast episode or free training event!  

Faster Than A Standup
Episode 130: Far Superior To The Fibonacci Sequence

Faster Than A Standup

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 12:47


In this parking lot (but regular length) iteration as part of the Cloud Mindset series, Brent, Michael, and Ryan discuss story points in a data-driven process. The conversation includes gamification of estimation, how teams need to buy into whatever process is used, metaphors for teams, venting egos, as well as physics.

Mystery County Monster Hunters Club
Episode 301 - Fire Festival 2006

Mystery County Monster Hunters Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 83:33


A fresh new season in a weird old town! The kids and Susan arrive in Mystery, the weirdest kept secret of Superior. The fair seems fun enough at first even while ironing out Shamanda's new relationship dynamics. But then things start heating up. Literally. ----- Join our Discord! https://discord.gg/4FK8MqVgPD Join our Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/mysterycounty Find us on Instagram and Twitter! @mysterycounty Shamanda Felt: Rashawn Nadine Scott @rashawnscott Adam Miller: Jeff Murdoch @jmurdoink (Instagram), @jsmurd (Twitter) Krashlee Grenadine: Erin Rein @thaterinrein Susan Wexler: Claire Linic @clairelinic CEJ/Derrk Plifer: Alan Linic @alanlinic Everybody else: Tyler Samples @tlrsmpls

Blerds and Nerds Podcast
19. Is Microsoft a Superior Company? Plus, the Joker 2, Ms. Marvel and More

Blerds and Nerds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 74:08


Shannon, Jaja and James are back for another week of awesome nerd content. We're talking the Microsoft, Xbox showcase plus the company's move away from hardware. Is Microsoft a superior company? Hear our thoughts. We're also talking Final Fantasy updates, Ms. Marvel and more! Make sure to subscribe to our youtube channel and listen to us on your podcast app of choice! National Resources List https://linktr.ee/NationalResourcesList   Youtube  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK56I-TNUnhKhcWLZxoUTaw   Email us: Blerdsnerds@gmail.com   Follow Our Social: https://www.instagram.com/blerdsnerds/ https://twitter.com/BlerdsNerds https://www.facebook.com/blerdsnerds https://tiktok.com/blerdsnerds_pod   Shannon: https://www.instagram.com/luv_shenanigans James: https://www.instagram.com/llsuavej  Jaja: https://www.instagram.com/jajasmith3   

AudioFit
📚🍽️ Opinión del TSD (Técnico Superior en Dietética) ✚ Alternativas

AudioFit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 5:07


Opinión o Experiencia con el TSD = Técnico Superior en Dietética (FP Superior), junto a otras alternativas como la carrera o el certificado de profesionalidad. 📚🍽️ ¿Quieres formarte y trabajar como Dietista legalmente? ➜ AudioFit CPD: https://bit.ly/3HCslqt 📚🏋️ ¿Quieres formarte y trabajar como Entrenador Personal legalmente? ➜ AudioFit CPE: https://bit.ly/3zMN7C3

Reflecting God – Embrace Holy Living

RG AUDIO 062022   Hebrews 4:14—5:4 Aaron, the earthly high priest, and Jesus, the Great High Priest, share similarities. Both were chosen by God to intercede. Jesus can sympathize with us, because He was tempted in all ways like us, but without sin. He is the mediator and bridge. As a child, the illustration of […]

Covenant Sermon Library
1 Corinthians 13:1-13 "The Superior Way of Love"

Covenant Sermon Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


Dr. David B. McWilliams - June 19, 2022

Your Superior Self
Superior Sunday

Your Superior Self

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 16:56


Superior Sunday is a series of individual episodes that promotes remembering, reconnection and replenishing our connection with the higher consciousness source.  This episode visits the 1st agreement, be impeccable with your word, of Don Miguel Ruiz's book, "The Four Agreements".

ONElife Church Sermons
Jesus is More Superior Than Joshua

ONElife Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 38:49


Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors
Houston We Have A Proposal...And The Lake of the Week

Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 35:38


Jarrid Houston of Houston's Guide Service in the Twin Ports is back to talk about Duluth-Superior fishing, particularly his favorite spot...the St. Louis River estuary into Superior. Plus, he tells us of a guiding first for him (episode title is a hint) and we hear from Rick Bruesewitz of the Aitkin Area Fisheries Office on our Lake of the Week.

Entrevistas ADN
Estado tiene una deuda con clínicas privadas superior a los 100 millones de soles, afirman empresas afectadas

Entrevistas ADN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 12:40


John Doe Bodybuilding Podcast
A Superior Pre-Workout Stack!

John Doe Bodybuilding Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 34:26


A superior pre-workout stack and probably a much better alternative than what you've been using for pre-workout!

Black and White Sports Podcast
David Hogg actually believes he is SUPERIOR to Black people with this DUMB statement!

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 10:30


David Hogg actually believes he is SUPERIOR to Black people with this DUMB statement!

Whack or Slaps
WoS Presents... Superior Slaps: The Eagles' Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975)

Whack or Slaps

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 97:56


The dynamic duo are back with a brand new format! That's right, the Eagle(s) has landed as the boys delve into greatest hits albums with one the best selling records of all time, Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975).

Duluth News Tribune Minute
No charges for Superior police officer who ran over man

Duluth News Tribune Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 6:30


Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Wednesday, June 15, 2022.  The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.

The Resilient Recruiter
How to Build a Premium Recruitment Brand, Deliver Superior Service and Attract Higher Fees, with Rob Bowerman, Ep #130

The Resilient Recruiter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 60:58


There are significant advantages to being known as the premium brand in your market. For one, you can charge higher fees than your competitors.  Secondly, your job as a recruiter is more fulfilling because you're focused on delivering exceptional client and candidate experiences.  Rob Bowerman is President and Executive Recruiter at The Bowerman Group, focused on recruiting for specialty and luxe brands. As you'll hear from Rob, earning a reputation as the premium recruitment firm in their market has been a critical factor in their long-term success. Rob's background in the retail sector gives him credible insights and perspectives on the topic of delivering outstanding customer service in the recruitment field.  Episode Outline and Highlights [2:21] How The Bowerman Group are winning more retained searches and increasing their average fee. [9:33] Customer experience - lessons from premium retail brands that Rob has applied to recruiting. [14:54] Powerful questions you can ask your clients to assess their specific needs. [16:26] How to partner with HR while having access to the hiring manager. [21:13] Rob reveals their processes for ensuring a positive customer experience for both the candidates and clients. [27:48] What defines a positive client experience? [39:11] What could stop a recruitment firm from delivering a positive client experience? [43:49] How to consistently deliver a great experience to candidates even if they are not moving forward in the hiring process. [47:00] Rob reveals the burning issues discussed at a recent Pinnacle Society meeting, including preventing and handling counteroffers. [56:20] Why it is a great time to be in our industry. How The Bowerman Group Increased their Average Fee by $6,200 The last time I collaborated with Rob in this show was two years ago. It was indeed an amazing conversation (link of the episode below) and as the head of the Pinnacle Society, Rob also introduced me to other members who became guests of this show. This kind of support brought tremendous value to our audience and I am truly grateful. What has happened in the last two years? As with all businesses, the last couple of years were truly unprecedented. Rob shared a lot of learnings and strategies.  You will hear how they intensionally focused on higher-level roles. The benefit of this has been twofold - winning more retained searches while also increasing their average fee from $21,800 to $28,000. The success of the Bowerman Group can be attributed to how they value client and candidate experience, which became a core topic in this episode. Becoming a Premium Brand in Recruiting Through Client and Candidate Engagement Coming from the Retail and Merchandising industry, Rob learned a great deal when it comes to customer experience. From his standpoint, a customer is not only your client but your candidate as well.  He recently did a LinkedIn post (link below) about notifying a candidate that will not be moving forward with the recruitment process. The main theme is, “How can you not approach recruitment - either as an internal recruiter or external recruitment partner - without empathy and appreciation for the candidate's work in the process?” This post got hundreds of reactions and responses. It amazes Rob that since we are in the people business, the reactions and number of reactions were indicative that it is a massive issue within our industry. In this episode, Rob gave a great analogy on what defines a great customer experience. He then shared their process of engaging with clients and candidates consistently. He also gave insights on what could be preventing a recruitment firm from providing the same positive customer experience to its clients and candidates. The Bowerman Group Difference So what makes the Bowerman Group different from other recruitment brands? How do they consistently ensure positive customer engagement from both clients and candidates? Rob elaborated on the following pointers that I am sure you will find valuable: How to ensure that you're giving candidates feedback within 48 hours Doing the Job Intake Call effectively Asking the right questions to assess the client's culture Partnering with HR and Hiring Managers Process for preparing both candidates and clients for interview Our Sponsors   This podcast is proudly sponsored by i-intro and Recruitment Entrepreneur. i-intro® is an end-to-end retained recruitment platform. Our technology and methodology allow recruiters to differentiate themselves from the competition, win more retained business, bigger fees and increase their billings. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter for a 25% discount. Book your free, no-obligation consultation here: www.recruitmentcoach.com/retained   We're excited to announce that Recruitment Entrepreneur will be sponsoring the podcast! If you've dreamed of starting up or scaling up and exiting your recruitment business, this is your chance. James Caan and his team at Recruitment Entrepreneur are actively seeking ambitious recruiters who they can invest in. Start a conversation here: https://www.recruitmentcoach.com/vc   Rob Bowerman Bio and Contact Info Rob started The Bowerman Group in 2009 after having been a successful Executive Recruiter since 1994.  He discovered his passion for Search following a career in merchandising and shares his love for the industry with his team, clients, and candidates every day. Carving out a unique niche that focused on speciality and luxe brands, he has developed long-standing relationships with many respected American and European designer apparel, accessory, jewellery, and home furnishing companies.  Rob had a vision of creating a boutique firm that matched the unique profile of this niche—excellence, brand heritage, and an unwavering dedication to quality.   This vision has manifested itself into a dynamic group that is experiencing consistent year-over-year increases in successfully completed searches within TBG's unique niche. Rob currently serves as the President of The Pinnacle Society, the premier consortium of industry-leading recruiters in North America.  He is proud of his association with this group of the “best and brightest” within the search profession as well as honoured to be the only “retail guy” in the organization. Rob Bowerman on LinkedIn The Bowerman Group website link The Bowerman Group on Facebook The Bowerman Group on Instagram The Bowerman Group on YouTube People and Resources Mentioned Rob's LinkedIn post on following through with candidates How to Gain Access to Hiring Managers Without Alienating HR Michael Pietrack on LinkedIn Connect with Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Related Podcast You Might Enjoy TRR#32 How to Build a 7-Figure Search Firm with a Small Virtual Team, with Rob Bowerman TRR#106 How to Bill £12,800,000 in 14 Years, with Michael Pietrack Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter

Left of Skeptic
Episode 73: "Wow. Keening... I have drastically misread that situation."

Left of Skeptic

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 65:36


Happy Spooky Wednesday! This week Kala is taking it back to the Midwest with the story of Hotel Hell. No, not the Gordon Ramsey show… the Maribel Caves Hotel in Maribel, WI. Once upon a time, this hotel was a gorgeous building built on a flowing mineral spring, occasionally frequented by gangsters. Hits all the best points. But after a fire and a tornado, it's now in ruins reminiscent of a creepy, haunted castle. The question is: Is it creepy and haunted? Or just creepy? And Brittany regales us with stories of Banshees! Are they cryptids? Are they ghosts? Turns out it's neither, and that's very surprising. Are they what the media has made them out to be? Turns out that they aren't, and that is not very surprising. Either way, these weeping, scary creatures are not something you hope to encounter. This week's episode is sponsored by Earth Rider Brewery in Superior, WI. For more details visit https://Earthrider.beer

McNeil & Parkins Show
Lance Lynn & Joe McEwing argue about superior steak cuts (Hour 1)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 20:17


During his 2022 season debut last night, White Sox pitcher Lance Lynn got in third base coach Joe McEwing's face regarding a poor defensive shift that allowed a base hit last night. Asked about it after the game, Lynn said Joe was talking to him about how the filet is a much better cut than the ribeye. Lance disagreed! Clearly!

Leadership Beyond Borders
DEI- The key to superior organizational performance

Leadership Beyond Borders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 53:08


When executives speak about diversity, you often hear them say, yes we are good at meeting our targets around diversity. But diversity is not about numbers; it is about fostering a culture of innovation from a mix of people with different experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds where they can contribute to achieving a common goal. It's about DEI, which is more than just diversity it's about equity and inclusion. It is proven that companies that foster DEI outperform companies that do not. But unfortunately, many companies just do not understand the critical components of DEI, and simply miss the mark. In this episode, we speak with an expert that helps organizations lift their performance through fostering diversity, equity and inclusion in their organizations.

CruxCasts
Superior Gold (SGI) - 100,000oz Production Sustainable at Higher Grade

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 26:31


Superior Gold Inc. is a Canada-based company, which is engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development and operation of gold resource properties. The Company's principal asset is the Plutonic Gold operations, located in Western Australia. The Plutonic Gold operations include the Plutonic Gold mine, which is a producing underground operation with a central mill, open pit projects, including the Plutonic Main Pit push-back project, the Hermes open pit projects and an interest in the Bryah Basin joint venture (JV). The Company holds interests in approximately 64,374 hectares of prospective land in the in the Yilgarn goldfields of Western Australia. The Plutonic Gold mine is located in the Archaean Plutonic Marymia Greenstone Belt 800 kilometers (Km) northeast of Perth. Its Hermes open pit project is located approximately 65 Km southwest of the Plutonic Gold mine. The Bryah Basin JV are located approximately 85 km southwest of the Plutonic Gold mine processing facility.

Your Superior Self
Superior Self Sunday

Your Superior Self

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 30:09


Welcome to the first episode of Superior Self Sunday.  A series of episodes that allow me to connect one on one with my audience.  In this episode, I state my intention for the new series, and read a short introduction from Don Miguel Ruiz's book, "The Four Agreements".  Any feedback about the new series would be greatly appreciated. Please go to www.treydownes.com/contact to express that feedback. 

Questions
Why Is “Presuppositional” Apologetics Superior To “Classical/Evidential” Apologetics?

Questions

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 0:13


Nathanael Stallings - “I struggle with doubt… I still believe in the gospel but I've been getting a lot of questions about things such as biblical inerrancy that I am uncertain about. Do you have any helpful words for someone struggling with doubt, particularly regarding the reliability of the Bible?” Every Monday at 12PM CT Pastor Joel hops on YouTube to answer your questions live. This episode of Questions was taken from one of his Live Q&A. To make sure you are notified when we have our next Live Q&A - subscribe to our YouTube channel and click the bell.

God Is
#1210: God & Abraham, Hebrews 10, Christ’s Superior Priesthood, Part 3

God Is

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 12:51


God Is
#1209: God & Abraham, Genesis 14:18-20, Christ’s Superior Priesthood, Part 2

God Is

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 12:51


God Is
#1208: God & Abraham, Genesis 14:18-20, Christ’s Superior Priesthood

God Is

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 12:51


God Is
#1207: God & Abraham, Psalm 110:4; Hebrews 4:14, The Superior Priesthood

God Is

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 12:51


The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #89: Mountain High & Dodge Ridge President and CEO Karl Kapuscinski

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 87:45


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Paid subscribers receive thousands of extra words of content each month, plus all podcasts three days before free subscribers.WhoKarl Kapuscinski, President and CEO of Mountain High and Dodge Ridge, CaliforniaRecorded onJune 6, 2022About Mountain HighClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Invision Capital and Karl KapuscinskiLocated in: Wrightwood, CaliforniaClosest neighboring ski areas: Mt. Waterman (45 minutes), Mt. Baldy (1 hour, 15 minutes – they’re only 8.4 miles apart as the crow flies, but 57.4 miles apart via road!), Snow Valley (1 hour, 25 minutes), Big Bear/Snow Summit (1 hour 40 minutes)Base elevation | summit elevation | vertical drop:West Resort: 7,000 feet | 8,000 feet | 1,000 feetEast Resort: 6,600 feet | 8,200 feet | 1,600 feetNorth Resort: 7,200 feet | 7,800 feet | 600 feetSkiable Acres: 290Average annual snowfall: 117 inchesNight skiing: North onlyTrail count: 60 (35% advanced, 40% intermediate, 25% beginner)West Resort: 34 (1 expert, 16 advanced, 12 intermediate, 5 beginner)East Resort: 16 trails (1 expert, 4 advanced, 7 intermediate, 4 beginner)North Resort: 10 trails (6 intermediate, 4 beginner)Lift count: 14 (2 high-speed quads, 2 fixed-grip quads, 3 triples, 4 doubles, 3 carpets - view Lift Blog’s inventory of Mountain High’s lift fleet)West Resort: 1 high-speed quad, 3 triples, 2 doubles, 2 carpetsEast Resort: 1 high-speed quad, 1 quad, 2 doubles, 1 carpetNorth Resort: 1 quadAbout Dodge RidgeClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Invision Capital and Karl KapuscinskiLocated in: Pinecrest, CaliforniaClosest neighboring ski areas: Bear Valley (2 hours, 6 minutes), June Mountain (2 hours, 24 minutes), Mammoth Mountain (2 hours, 37 minutes), Badger Pass (2 hours, 45 minutes), Kirkwood (2 hours 58 minutes)Base elevation: 6,600 feetSummit elevation: 8,200 feetVertical drop: 1,600 feetSkiable Acres: 862Average annual snowfall: 300 to 500 inchesNight skiing: NoTrail count: 67 (40% advanced, 40% intermediate, 20% beginner)Lift count: 12 (1 fixed-grip quad, 2 triples, 5 doubles [2 of these doubles - lifts 1 and 2 below, are making way for one triple chair for the 2022-23 ski season], 1 T-bar, 1 ropetow, 2 conveyors - view Lift Blog’s of inventory Dodge Ridge’s lift fleet)Why I interviewed himIn the Midwest of my youth, the calculus was simple: north, cold; south, warm. The only weather quirk was lake-effect snow, tumbling off Michigan and Superior in vast snowbelts west and north, and across that mysterious realm known as the UP. Altitude wasn’t a factor because there was no altitude. Iowa, Nebraska, the Dakotas get rounded up by the chortling masses reaching for a flatland target to ridicule, but they overlook Michigan by ignorance, or, if they’re Michiganders, denial and self-preservation. Midland County, where I grew up, is the flattest place I have ever seen, a forever plain that disguises itself in treed horizons.  It was California that alerted me to the notion that altitude could override latitude. It could snow in the south. You just had to get to the sky. The mountains went there. Humans have so overrun modern SoCal that it is easy to forget what an amazing natural monster it is: foreversummer – or at least foreverspring – on the coast. From the beach with bare feet in the sand you can see the mountains*, snow-capped and forbidding, impossible and amazing, thrusting Tolkien-ish over pulsing Los Angeles. Beyond that, deserts vast and inhospitable, stretching hundreds of miles toward the rest of America. Cross that wasteland to understand why California so often feels like a nation of its own – geologically, it may as well be.But what we care about here are those mountains. There is no reason that LA, America’s second-largest city, must have skiing. But it does. Big Bear and Snow Summit, Baldy and Waterman, Snow Valley and Mountain High. From the ocean, the land lurches skyward with astonishing speed. Mt. Waterman, 40 straightline miles from the coast, sits at 7,000 feet. Mt. Baldy, base elevation 6,500, is 52 miles. Snow Valley, 6,800 feet, 67 miles. Snow Summit, 6,965 feet, 74 miles. Big Bear, 73 miles, 7,104 feet. And Mountain High, seated between 6,600 and 7,200 feet, depending upon which parking lot you pull into on any given day, standing 52-ish miles from the ocean.And it snows. Not what-the-hell amounts. This isn’t Tahoe. But enough that, 98 years ago, someone said “well by gum we ought to be snowskiing on these here hills” (in my head, everyone in the past either talks like Yosemite Sam or Winston Churchill), and set up a snowskiing operation at Mountain High. The ski areas of Southern California are not, like the Poconos or the mountains of the Southeast, the products of technology, of machines providing snow where nature provided hills and cold. Mountain High is the fourth-oldest ski area in the country, opened in 1924. Snow Valley opened in 1937. Waterman in ‘42. Big Bear in ‘46. Baldy and Snow Summit in ‘52. From a technology point of view, 1924 may as well have been a different planet. Electricity was this newfangled thing. Forget about snowmaking, or even chairlifts. I’m almost positive dudes must have been up there in top hats and bowties. And indeed here’s a photo of a fellow rocking a kerchief while smoking his pipe:I’ve been processing this for decades, and it still amazes me: there is skiing in Southern California. Of the many geological and geographic wonders packed into our sprawling continent, the mountains-looming-over-the-seaside-city phenomenon remains one of the most stunning in its asymmetric, improbable glory.And here, in the clouds, dwells Mountain High. Once, this complex was three competing ski areas, fighting it out for families scaling the mountains in rear-wheel drive Buicks and skiing in peacoats. Everything is different now. Those three ski areas – Blue Ridge (West), Holiday Hill (East), and Table Mountain ne Sunlight (North) – are still three separate ski areas, but they operate as one. The cars are better, the gear is better. Vapers and backpack speakers rule the day (Though were I to spy a chap swiveling downslope with poles tucked underarm while puffing on a pipe, I daresay I would invite the old swell to a game of backgammon and a bottle of my finest mead [and there’s the Churchill]). Somewhere along the way, Mountain High installed chairlifts, and then, snowmaking. But despite all this change, a century on, there is still skiing in Southern California. And what a marvelous fact that is.*“on a clear day,” one must always addWhat we talked aboutThe 2021-22 ski season at Mountain High and Dodge Ridge; a record broken at Dodge Ridge; growing up at Ascutney, Vermont; ascending the ranks to the top of Mountain High; Ascutney’s disadvantages compared to the rest of Vermont; how three once-separate ski areas united to form the modern Mountain High; the novel big-business prospects of “snow play” zones at the base of high-altitude urban-adjacent ski areas; why snow play is “drought-resistant”; Mountain High’s snowmaking source, limitations, technology and potential; the incredible efficiency of modern snowmaking; undeveloped land within Mountain High’s permit area and whether we could see expansion anytime soon; the possibility of connecting Mountain High East and West, and whether that would be done through lifts or skiing; the mountain-to-mountain connection we’re most likely to see; humoring me on the could-we-connect-North-to-East-and-West-with-a-gondola question; the most likely next lift upgrade at Mountain High and what it would take to make it happen; whether we could ever see Mountain High North expand lifts back down into the bowl where trails ran at the old Sunrise ski area; the cultural importance of night skiing and why it’s unlikely to ever expand beyond its current footprint; why Kapuscinski purchased Dodge Ridge last year; how Dodge Ridge is “very culturally different” from Mountain High; the amazing percentage of Dodge Ridge skiers that also have an Epic or Ikon pass; a long-term vision for Dodge Ridge; replacing chair 1 and 2 with a single lift this summer, and how the new alignment will enhance the experience for beginners; how much money the ski area is saving by putting in a new lift rather than a used one; possible alignments for high-speed lifts at Dodge Ridge; what a high-speed lift will run you these days; thoughts on Lift 8; the big expansion opportunities at Dodge Ridge and what sort of terrain skiers would find there; the differences between running a ski area that relies heavily on snowmaking and one that doesn’t; Dodge Ridge’s nascent snowmaking system; whether the ski area could ever get night skiing; reciprocity between Dodge Ridge and Mountain High season passes; the Saturday problem; the number of season passes each mountain sells; an estimate of Ikon Pass sales in Southern California; forming the Powder Alliance; and whether the ski areas are considering joining the Indy Pass.   Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewKapuscinski has been the king of Mountain High for decades, taking the CEO job in the mid-90s and eventually buying out his partners to take full control of the resort. He gradually grew the place, and in 2004 purchased nearby Sunrise, now Mountain High North, in what was essentially – as he tells me in the interview – an estate sale.That may have been practice for what came last summer, when Kapuscinski purchased big and snowy Dodge Ridge from Frank and Sally Helm, who had run the joint for 45 years.“I’d had my eye on Dodge Ridge for quite some time,” Kapuscinski tells me in the interview. “It was an area that I knew probably wouldn’t draw a ton of interest from the bigger ski companies. There’s not a lot of those areas that are well-positioned, where they still have a fair amount of upside, but aren’t going to get gobbled up by the bigger ski companies.”Dodge Ridge is one of a series of larger-than-you’d-think ski areas – Bear Valley and China Peak are the others – that hangs off the west side of the Sierras, in an awkward limbo that’s invisible to Epic- and Ikon-wielding skiers racing off to Mammoth and Tahoe. It’s a bit of a time machine, a fixed-grip redoubt that lacks material amounts of snowmaking and is seated, in a very un-California way, far from a large city or interstate. But it has terrain, room to expand, and 300-plus inches of snow per season. That’s plenty to work with.With a full season of operations behind him, I figured it was a good time to check in with Kapuscinski to see where Dodge Ridge was sitting and where he planned to take it, and how the ski area may work with Mountain High – six hours away – to form a little in-state ski network. He has plenty of ideas, particularly when it comes to blowing out the lift fleet. Dodge Ridge skiers tired of the 10-minute ride up Lift 7 are going to like where Kapuscinski’s head is at with an upgrade. Things are already starting to happen: this summer, Chairs 1 and 2 are making way for a used-but-rebuilt replacement, and the resort has, for the first time, the whispers of a snowmaking system.With skier visits up across the country and multi-mountain passes opening the state’s resorts to a new generation of skiers, this is an exciting time for California skiing. Kapuscinski is, and will continue for some time to be, an important part of the whole scene.Questions I wish I’d askedGiven that Kapuscinski ran Stevens Pass for many years, I ought to have asked him about Vail’s struggles up in Washington this past season. There was enough, however, to talk about with his two ski areas, and that seemed like the better place to focus. I also neglected to ask which runs, in particular, Kapuscinski had in mind for Dodge Ridge trail improvements when he mentioned that as a priority.What I got wrongThis isn’t really something I got wrong so much as something I didn’t explain properly – when I mentioned Loon’s base-to-base railroad connection, I commented that it “would never get environmental approval” in California. The reason why is that this is an old-fashioned steam train with an exhaust pipe that would embarrass the Onceler:I’m sure it’s grandfathered in in New Hampshire as some sort of tourist novelty, but any base-to-base transit between Mountain High East and West would have to, um, not run on wood. Not that they would propose it, but that explains my remark in the podcast.Why you should ski Mountain High and Dodge RidgeThere was a moment, before I turned against it, when I was in thrall to U.S. America’s car-first notion of civilization-building. Dropping out of the high desert after a cross-country roadtrip my buddy Ron and I found Los Angeles and its spectacular network of freeways. For days we explored, Midwest teenagers awestruck and eager, zippering through staggered herds of Hondas and BMWs in a beat-up GMC pickup with a topper and a brand-new transmission we’d acquired after a mid-night breakdown in Victorville*. What was this magical realm, sandwiched between sparkling ocean and spectacular mountains, with its Beach Brah vibe and its bristling subtext of hustle and ambition? City-strong, nature-adjacent, nearly rainless with moderate coastal temps, it struck me as a sort of American Utopia, everything great about the nation organized into a self-contained realm.It was the skiing, as mentioned above, that most fascinated me. Access to winter without the doldrums of winter, the ice and the wind, the endless months in jackets and boots, the extra 20 minutes in the morning to warm and de-ice the car and clear it of snow. While my infatuation with Southern California freeway culture would not last the week – shattered in a four-hour dead stop southbound on the 5 while the authorities tended to an overturned and fire-blackened vehicle – my belief in the awesomeness of its top-of-the-world skiing never abated. Most of America’s warm-weather cities – Miami, Houston, Dallas – are considerable journeys from easy turns. Not Los Angeles. There are a half dozen choices, right there. Vertical drops up to 2,000 feet. Glades aplenty and skiing into May when the snow comes. Parks, nights, whatever you want. I’m not saying it’s Mammoth. But I’m saying that it’s right goddamn there, and that’s pretty incredible.I never did move to Los Angeles, or anywhere in California. But if I had, I imagine I’d treat that halo of resilient little SoCal ski areas the same way I treat Mountain Creek now – as my local to notch turns between my runs farther north. The season passes are not expensive – Snow Valley’s is just $329 and grants you the option of a discounted Indy Pass add-on. Baldy and Mountain High run $499. Big Bear and Snow Summit are, of course, on the Ikon Pass, and I suppose that’s become the default for so many Southern California residents as a result. But Mountain High remains compelling – North is a beginner’s paradise, completely free of Radbrahs. West is a parks and night-skiing haven. East is the more traditional trails-and-glades option. I guess many people in Southern California simply choose none-of-the-above and wait out winter between trips to Tahoe and Salt Lake. Which, OK. But, I don’t know man, if there’s turns to be had, I’m taking them.Dodge Ridge is a whole different thing. How, exactly, does a mountain sandwiched between Tahoe and Mammoth stand out? Well, by not being Tahoe or Mammoth. The terrain gets plenty of snow. The mountain is big enough. It’s a good place to hide out, especially from high-speed lift snobs with the patience of a fruit fly, who act as though a 10-minute lift ride were the equivalent of waterboarding.Kapuscinski seems committed to changing that and upgrading the rusty lift fleet, but the mountain will always be a smaller alternative to California’s ski resort royalty. He told me in the interview that an amazing percentage of Dodge Ridge passholders also have an Epic or Ikon Pass. For them, Dodge Ridge is where they go when they can’t – or don’t want to – go to the chest-beaters. It is, as Kapuscinski says, “a multi-generational mountain.” Meaning, for a lot of people, it’s home.*To this day (this was 1996), my buddy is convinced that it was my insistence to reroute off I-70 and up US 6 in Colorado that strained the transmission to its breaking point later in the journey. He’s probably right, but I really, you know, NEEDED, to drive past Arapahoe Basin.More Mountain HighIn our interview, Kapuscinski mentioned mothballed plans for a gondola to connect the resort to lower-altitude terrain, which would have eliminated the need for “mountain driving.” I couldn’t find any of these old plans – if you have any materials on this, please send them over.I had a lot of fun poking around in the archives for trailmaps to Mountain High’s predecessor resorts. Here are a few:Table Mountain/Sunlight (now Mountain High North)Poma #1 in this 1970 trailmap of Table Mountain runs in the approximate line of the modern-day Sunlight quad at Mountain High North. Lift service is now restricted to the top portion of the mountain, and Poma #3 on this map stretches down into a bowl that is just a wide-open snowfield on the current trailmap. Holiday Hill (now Mountain High East)It’s hard to make out the modern hill in this map from 1976.In this version, it’s easier to recognize the basic footprint of modern-day Mountain High East. I’m not entirely confident on the date here, as skimap.org suggests this is from 1980, and some sources indicate that the resort merged with its neighbor in 1979.Mountain High WestI couldn’t find any trailmaps of Blue Ridge, as West was originally known. But this 1978 map of the ski area is pretty cool. You can see the outline of modern Mountain High West here: Chairlift #2 here runs along the approximate line of modern-day Lift 6, Exhibition. The resort long ago abandoned the Wild West-themed trailnames, but, for context, “Calamity Jane” is “Calamity” at the modern ski area.This podcast hit paid subscribers’ inboxes on June 10. Free subscribers got it on June 13. To receive future pods as soon as they’re live, consider an upgrade.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 63/100 in 2022, and number 309 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane). You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

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Man Leaves Girlfriend For Ukrainian Refugee Because Eastern European Women Are Superior

Podcast – The Burning Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 5:40


__ Follow Casey on Facebook, Twitter, & Snapchat @CaseyTheHost__ Feminism has destroyed Western women. There’s a reason so many Western men look East to find a life partner. The post Man Leaves Girlfriend For Ukrainian Refugee Because Eastern European Women Are Superior appeared first on The Burning Truth.

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#Italy: Reopening completely for tourists and superior springtime. Lorenzo Fiori, Ansaldo Foundation

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 9:30


Photo:  Pisa from The Great Eastern Railway Company's Tourist-Guide to the Continent. ... With illustrations ... and a map #Italy: Reopening completely for tourists and superior springtime. Lorenzo Fiori, Ansaldo Foundation https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/news/italy-to-lift-covid-entry-rules-on-june-1/