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Hey Talkhouse friends, this week we're re-surfacing an episode that originally ran in May of 2020. Unlike most Talkhouse Podcast episodes, which feature two or more creative folks in conversation, this one is mostly just one guy talking: Joe Talbot of the band IDLES. It was recorded in front of a live audience in Glasgow, just before the pandemic hit, and it's a fascinating look at an incredible artist—Talbot is a guy who's unafraid to put it all out there, in both interviews and in his music. Speaking of music, part of the reason we're re-promoting this episode this week is that Idles just released another incredible album: Crawler is the British band's fourth, and it's unsurprisingly being met with pretty ecstatic reviews. Check out this fascinating chat with Joe and a live audience, and have a great Thanksgiving. —Josh Modell ---- This week's show is a bit different from usual Talkhouse Podcast episodes. While it's nominally hosted by the legendary Alan McGee of Creation Records — the man who signed The Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine, and a lil ol' band called Oasis — it's not at all a two-person conversation. Instead, this episode features Joe Talbot, frontman of the incredible post-punk group IDLES, in one of the funniest, most viscerally honest live audience Q&A's I've ever witnessed. Both Joe and the attendees are willing to go to deep and often uncomfortable areas: Buckle up for a discussion of toxic masculinity, the role of violence in IDLES' music, and the difficult process of developing one's own artistic language. We also hear about Joe collabing with Mike Skinner of The Streets, turning Sleaford Mods' taunts into a song, putting human ashes into vinyl records, and... we even get an unexpected lesson on mindfulness. This Q&A was recorded at the wonderful Barras Art & Design in Glasgow. Check it out, and subscribe now to stay in the loop on future episodes of the Talkhouse Podcast, including upcoming talks like Helado Negro with Buscabulla, Julien Baker and Katie Harkin (Harkin, Sleater-Kinney), Black Belt Eagle Scout with Sasami, and Scott Avett (The Avett Brothers) with Eef Barzelay (Clem Snide). — Elia Einhorn, Talkhouse Podcast host and producer Today's show was recorded in Glasgow by Nadar Shahzad of Blue Audio (thx Nadar!). Our co-producer is Mark Yoshizumi. Thanks so much to Matt Sadowski of Alt Waves Records and to Barras Art & Design for allowing us to share this event. The Talkhouse Podcast's theme song was composed and performed by The Range.
If a trade association is only as good as its leadership, then HARDI––the Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Distributors International Association––is very good indeed, thanks to the energetic and innovative direction of CEO Talbot Gee. Jason chats with Talbot about his formula for providing consistent, top-notch value to HARDI members. The equation includes plenty of workforce development, government advocacy, and gratitude for the biggest little industry most folks know nothing about. “You could be a supremely educated college graduate, or you could be someone who never once even considered or wanted to go to college. Maybe [you] barely got through high school.” Talbot confides, before revealing distribution's best-kept secret: “You could end up being a multimillionaire in this industry if you got the right stuff and work hard at it.” He has the stories to prove his supposition, committed to video for the documentary Hot Commodity, a behind-the-scenes look at young people finding success in the HVAC industry. It's one of the many workforce initiatives that Talbot has been involved in, a concerted effort to build relationships with the next generation of decision-makers. In doing so, he's securing the current and future health of the industry. Whether he's promoting the HVAC industry, pushing the envelope of member offerings, or expanding his organization into Mexico, Talbot is laser-focused. HARDI's membership appreciates his work, especially regarding the many congressional fly-ins he's participated in on behalf of sector-specific issues. It's a form of advocacy that Talbot has helped foster. “I know people get uncomfortable when you talk about the connection of money in politics,” he says, “but there's a reason that all exists. I'm not saying it's perfect, but it's not all bad.” One of HARDI's strengths lies in its ability to drive member engagement, reaching out rather than waiting for membership to respond. Talbot says the organization continues to lean into and learn from those efforts. “That's kind of one of those dynamics of just how our business is so different now than the way it was before,” he says, referencing not only the period just before the pandemic but also HARDI's overall evolution. The organization has grown to three times the size since Talbot first arrived and has become a more consultative entity in the intervening years. That growth suits Talbot, who's constantly tuned into creating mutually beneficial strategies and partnerships for the people he serves. “Man, when you solve a problem for them,” Talbot says, “it's like best friends for life. They're the absolute most gracious people you could ever meet.” Watch Hot Commodity, the documentary mentioned in this episode, for free. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Hot Commodity DT069: Steve Deist on career paths and recruitment strategies in wholesale distribution CONNECT WITH TALBOT GEE & HARDI HARDI LinkedIn CONNECT WITH JASON LinkedIn *** Distribution Talk is produced by The Distribution Team, a consulting services firm dedicated to helping wholesale distribution clients remove barriers to profitability, generate wealth and achieve personal goals. This episode was edited & mixed by The Creative Impostor Studios. http://www.distributionteam.com Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode: INxSQL Distribution Software, integrated distribution ERP software designed for the wholesale and distribution industry.
When former NFL tight end Greg Olsen and his wife Kara's son TJ was born with a congenital heart defect, they had no idea what to expect. Their parenting journey has since been defined by countless hospital visits and numerous surgeries, but it has also been defined by hope and resilience. In this week's episode, the couple talks with Dr. Becky about how navigating their child's major medical issue has shaped them as parents, partners, and people. They share how to mentally prepare your child (and yourself) for unknowns, why “small wins'' keep them going, and how they've witnessed TJ and their other two children, Tate and Talbot, embody resilience. You can learn more about Greg and Kara's work supporting other families navigating pediatric heart disease through their Heartest Yard Foundation and newest charitable effort, Receiving Hope, at www.r4r.org A preview of the good inside this episode: (1:44-6:46): Family transitions while learning about son's heart failure (6:47-11:00): Emotional preparation through honest communication (11:01-16:28): The power of positivity and naming what you don't know (16:29-21:07): Life after recovery in the time of Covid (21:08-26:15): Managing life and emotions as a family leader (26:16-32:19): Balancing being parents of three (32:21-36:09): Building the HEARTest Yard Foundation (36:10-39:32): Lessons learned (39:38-40:34): Closing Remarks Today's episode is brought to you by the following sponsors: The team at Primary. Check out the wide range of options at www.primary.com and get 20% off your first order with code GOODINSIDE. Rent The Runway. Check out Rent The Runway's monthly membership at www.renttherunway.com and get 40% off with code GOODINSIDE.
Episode 86 - Trisha Talbot is a real estate advisor who specializes in healthcare real estate investments, advising her clients throughout the sales process with comprehensive strategies on pricing, market fluctuations, and solutions to close the transaction. She helps healthcare providers in making the right real estate decisions for your practice. Together with her team, landlords benefit through stabilizing their property with leasing and then monetizing their asset. As a leader in the Arizona healthcare brokerage community, Trisha and her team have represented a majority of medical office buildings in the Phoenix Metro area and are recognized for their production and performance annually. This is a must-listen who has any future plans to own real estate as part of your medical business. Click here to download your free CME credits for listening to the show! It's time to Residency-Proof Your Marriage!I'm excited to tell you about a new online course I'm launching called “Residency-Proof Your Marriage.” I've seen way too many couples get divorced or see their relationships go sour during their medical career. Medical training is an inherently divisive time, so you have to work to combat that! This online video course will coach you through setting expectations, communicating effectively, getting on the same page with finances, and keeping your relationship thriving during a difficult time. Whether you're in medical school, residency, or out in clinical practice, Residency-Proof Your Marriage is going to help you build a thriving medical marriage. Registration for the course is open NOW! Free Resource: Conference Attendance ChecklistFor today's free resource, I've got a great new guide called the Conference Attendance Checklist. As 2021 winds to a close, a lot of the national medical societies are getting back to live, in-person conferences. If you haven't been to a live conference in a while, you need this guide. Even if you're going to a virtual conference at some point, download this free resource. Check out the additional free resources available at The Scope of Practice!Business management resourcesPersonal finance resourcesPodcasting resourcesRecommended online coursesRecommended booksMeet Trisha TalbotTrisha Talbot advises physician owners and investors with opportunities in the healthcare real estate asset class. Her track record in investment sales, landlord representation, corporate representation and tenant representation offers clients trusted experience with comprehensive strategies with pricing, market fluctuations and problem solving solutions that result in successfully close transactions. Connect to Trisha TalbotWebsite: www.docproperties.comor email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviewer: MATTHEW BERKMAN. It has long been argued, in support of the case that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the assassination of John F. Kennedy, that the Kennedy administration was not threatening enough to powered interests to trigger such a drastic act. In his books, Brothers and The Devil's Chessboard, longtime journalist and Salon founder DAVID TALBOT argues, to the contrary, that Kennedy represented a deep threat to institutions empowered by, and ideologically committed to, the continuation of the Cold War. In his discussion with political scientist Matthew Berkman, Talbot points in particular to the CIA and its one-time director, Allen Dulles, as having the motivation, experience and wherewithal to both organize the assassination and then, through Dulles' membership on the Warren Commission, deflect attention from themselves as culprits. Since then, Talbot contends, neither the mainstream media nor the academic establishment have given serious enough consideration to Kennedy's vision or the forces that opposed it.
Tune in to part two of my conversation with Pete Talbot & Christian Overman. Education is not neutral. Facts are not neutral as they can lead someone to or away from God. Today, I'm pleased to have Pete Talbot and Christian Overman back on the podcast discussing this topic with me. Tune in to part two of this conversation — you wont want to miss it! Visit MyPIllow | Schoolhouse Rocked Movie --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/support
Education is not neutral. Facts are not neutral as they can lead someone to or away from God. Today, I'm pleased to have Pete Talbot and Christian Overman on the podcast discussing this topic with me. This is an episode you won't want to miss. Listen in! Visit MyPIllow | Schoolhouse Rocked Movie --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/support
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Firmly gripping the hand of her five year old daughter Charlotte, Mary Ann Crabtree scanned the sea of men that crowded the docks, in San Francisco, looking for a familiar face. Her husband John, who had finally sent for them in New York, was nowhere to be seen and Mary Ann was nearly a professional when it came to accepting anxieties. Queens of the Mines features the authentic stories of gold rush women who blossomed from the camouflaged, twisted roots of California. In this episode, we meet the Nation's Darling and The Golden West's Gift to Vaudeville, California's 19th Century Queen of Captivation. I am Andrea Anderson, This is a true story from America's Largest Migration, The Gold Rush. This is Queens of the Mines. John Crabtree had left his family and position as a bookseller in New York and left for California in the search for gold in 1851, two years prior. His wife and daughter dutifully waited for his call, and when it had finally come, she sold the bookshop off Broadway, and made the exhaustive journey here to the Isthmus of Panama, crossing by land before picking up a second ship to California. Now, John Crabtree was nowhere to be found. Charlotte remained secluded while her and her mother were given a temporary home with a group of popular actors of the 19th century, including the Chapmans, and the child actress Sue Robinson, whom Mary Ann had befriended. In the Presidio of San Francisco, Mrs. Crabtree kept up with the trends and all of the glamourous and disheartening stories from the rough mining camps. The gossip finally came and Mary Ann heard that John had been seen living in a little town in the Sierra. People were becoming rich all around her, and she was raising Charlotte on her own. The wheels began to turn for Mary Ann. It was a brand new environment for the shrewd and thrifty woman, who was small in figure with an unshakeable will. Here, among the theatrical crowd and actors in San Francisco, a most tantalizing scene had presented itself. She zeroed in on the theatre gossip and dreamt up a career of stardom for her cheerful, animated daughter, Charlotte, or, like her mother called her, Lotta. Lotta had hair that was an even brighter red than Mary Ann's, and she was sturdy with roguish black eyes and an unquenchable laughter, yet she seemed far off from stage ready. During a celebration at her school near the Presidio, it was requested that Lotta sang Annie Laurie for the crowd. She barely made it to the platform before the young girl, to her mother's dismay, lost control and broke down, sobbing. She wept so hard and for so long, Mary Ann had to take her daughter home. That night in bed, Mary Ann went over her daughter's chances of success singing and dancing at the mines. The next morning, an optimistic letter vaguely mentioning a project involving gold, came from her husband John in the high Sierra's, from a town called Grass Valley. Although the letter had no mention of any progress, it was requested that Mrs. Crabtree and Lotta proceed to him at once. In California, anyone could make a dazzling fortune overnight. Mary Ann, battling skepticism and the prospect of a bonanza, packed their belongings. At dawn, Lotta stood by the luggage as her mother procured a place for two in a rickety, yet affordable stagecoach. The young girl slept much of the journey, but she awoke as they rolled past embers of a few dying fires where men were waking up. They moved into a torch lit shadowy settlement and Lotta observed the intimidating shapes that danced across the scene, cast by the torches. She was excited to see her father, it had been over two years since she had last seen him. She wondered if she would recognize him as he went to hug her? There was no embrace, John patted Lotta's head and took them to a hotel where they all shared a small bed for the night. That next morning, the family took a walk, admiring what the Sierra spring had to offer. Nestled in the rich green slopes, and fertile deep gullies they saw the promise of luck, as, towards the valley, melting snow fed the clearest streams they had ever seen. Already, men were attending their claims in an air of conquest, working tirelessly digging tunnels, sinking shafts, bridging gorges, and piping water in flumes across the foothills. John told his family stories of men literally stumbling upon rich mines, pulling gold out of the earth with a knife, and how he once left a claim prior to the "big strike." But luck had not been with John Crabtree. With all the excitement around them, John Crabtree only offered Mary Ann disappointment. Passing by peddlers with sealing wax, baubles and trinkets, and luxurious fabrics, Lotta approached a cart that held paperbacks, and ran her finger down the spine of a Dickens novel. She noticed if a vendor was not prosperous enough to possess mules, they carried their goods strapped into a pack that was worn on the shoulders. As Lotta looked at the books, John asked his wife “Why not keep a boarding house? Everyone spends lavishly here, and rich merchants in town need homes! We could do no less than get rich”. Mary Ann was disappointed, she was not familiar in the kitchen. In New York, she worked in upholstery and had a servant who did the household work and cooked. Yet, she still agreed. To Mary Ann's surprise, she did a fantastic job maintaining the boarding house and not to her surprise, John's participation quickly diminished as he wandered away to prospect, and Mary Ann continued her duties, and saved her money, in a pure atmosphere of rebellion. Two doors down from the Crabtrees, that summer in 1853, a famous showgirl moved in. It was not long before the woman had transformed the home into a true salon that was constantly abrupting with singing and laughter. Lotta soon attracted the attention of the eccentric woman who had a pet parrot and a monkey! Typically, Mary Ann would always keep her daughter Lotta under her watchful eye. By doing so, Lotta's life had been incredibly innocent. Yet Mary Ann was entirely lenient while Lotta was in company with this new, exotic companion, whose name was Lola Montez. The unlikely pair of Lola Montez and Lotta Crabtree became fast friends. In the parlor of the Montez home, Lola gave Lotta daily dance lessons and it was apparent that Lotta had a better sense of rhythm than Lola. Lotta learned fandangos and intricate ballet steps. Lola taught her the jigs reels and the Irish flings from her own childhood. She gave the young child singing lessons, teaching her ballads and Lotta was allowed to play in Lola's trunk of stage costumes, and play Lola's German music box. Lotta fit right in as she mingled with the trolling players, entertainers and witty theatrical company visiting the star. Lola Montez had recognized genuine talent compared to her force of personality and encouraged Lotta's enthusiasm for the performance. They did not stop at the indoors, Lola also taught Lotta to ride horseback. On one sunny morning, the two went for a ride, Lola on a horse and Lotta on a pony. They ended up in the town of Rough and Ready, where huge fortunes were gambled away, recklessly. The street was lined by gaming houses and saloons with bullet-riddled ceilings. Lola and Lotta sauntered in to one. Lola stood Lotta on a blacksmith's anvil, and they young child danced for the group of miners that sat at the bar. It was a refreshing change for the men, who considered the small child a hit. Irishmen made up a sizable fraction of the miners, Lotta's jigs had reminded them of home. They threw a more than generous amount of gold nuggets at her feet. Lola brought the gold home to Mary Ann and declared Lotta should go with her to Paris. The next morning, John reappeared. With the news that they were again moving, forty miles north of Grass Valley, to Rabbit Creek. Mary Ann was not happy, compared to the somewhat civilized, law-abiding Grass Valley, Rabbit Creek was a small but busy and violent camp where murders were as frequent as each pocket of gold was found and exploited. When the family arrived, John found the hardier characters had found the ground first, and he eventually found nothing. There was an intense drought that summer which affected the prospectors, who needed water for washing gold. John chose to spend his time drinking in the saloons and rambling away mysteriously on quote unquote prospecting missions. Without his support for months, Mary Ann's only option was to open another boarding house, which she did, that winter. That is when the italian Mart Taylor, a musician and dancer arrived in Rabbit Creek. He was tall and had a graceful figure, with long hair and piercing black eyes. He opened a saloon with a connecting makeshift theatre. When the business slowed in the saloon during the afternoons, Taylor conducted a dancing school for children. His first prerequisite was music and he was impressed by the 8 year old red-haired girl. Her eyes would flash as her small feet traced the intricate steps he taught her. She looked six years old, and he knew she could be a sensation with the audiences who were eager for child performers. Taylor gave her a place to exhibit her talents before the miners. He played the guitar and hired a fiddler and Mrs. Crabtree played the triangle. Lotta Crabtree had become a nightly attraction, dressed in a green tail-coat, knee breeches, tall hat and brogans her mother sewed. Lotta would often get stage fright, and it would show when she shoved her hands in her pockets. So Mary Ann, sewed them shut. She danced jig after jig only pausing to change costumes. At the finale, she would return to a storm of applause to then sing a ballad. Lotta Crabtree would shake the house with emotion. Gold nuggets shone at her feet. She completed the repertoire for the company, and her family now had more money than ever. Naturally, Mrs. Crabtree became her daughter's manager. Few child stars had training, and Lotta, was trained by Lola Montez. She would be a gold mine. Once the roads had reopened in the spring, Lola Montez rode over to Rabbit Creek to see her protege. Lola was to go on tour to Australia and wanted to bring little Lotta with her. Mary Ann saw a future for Lotta with Mart Taylor, who she had become fast friends with, and declined. Mary Ann then made the most of her refusal to Lola's request to take the child to Australia, this even furthered Lotta's growing reputation. That summer, Mary Ann discovered that she was to have another child and Lotta's baby brother, John Ashworth, was born, just as John Sr. returned home. Lotta continued to work for Taylor while her mother recovered. After years of performing in Rabbit Creek, the next move seemed obvious to Mary Ann, Lotta should tour the mines. On a late spring morning in 1856, Mary Ann left her husband John three loaves of fresh bread, a kettle of beans and a goodbye note. They left with Taylor's troupe, traveling by wagon, Lotta sat next to her mother with her baby brother in her arms. As they toured in the California mining camps, Lotta started to make a name for herself as a dancer, singer, and banjo player in saloons. For an audience of men, whom she had never seen before, on a makeshift stage set up on sawhorses with candles stuffed into bottles served as footlights arranged along the outer edge. Mary Ann never had a moment to relax, traveling the dangerous higher Sierra by horseback, trees snapping and blocking their path, and boulders, rolling down mountain sides, after being loosened by mining operations. The 8 year old Lotta, watched as a lone rider, far ahead, plunged into the bottom of an abyss in front of her eyes. Once she lay ducked on the floor after one performance, in their room, as bullets burst through the canvas walls while a brawl from the opposite side of the hotel commenced. Yet Mary Ann remained cool, and kept Lotta in good spirits. Mary Ann would coax Lotta, telling her funny stories and persuading her for an hour or more and even when it was time for the stage, Mary Ann always had to give Lotta a little push to get her on the stage. Once onstage, Lotta would perfectly execute her Irish jig. At every performance's conclusion, Lotta would appear angelically. A face scrubbed clean, hair smoothly combed, a white dress with puffed sleeves while Mary Ann, exhausted from costuming, coaching, and playing the triangle, collected the gold in a basket, scraping every fragment of dust from the boards. Mary Ann Crabtree was her daughter's mentor. Using the knowledge she had picked up by observing the actors she met in the Presidio and at the home of Montez. She distrusted theatre folk at heart but would listen to every word, resisting its attraction. But if she mistrusted its people she did not mistrust the theatre itself. As busy as Mary Ann was, she still found time to become pregnant again, with another younger brother for Lotta. Taylor's company was then forced to break up in Weaverville. Mart Taylor took Lotta's brother, Ashworth jr. to San Francisco and Lotta was sent to stay with the family of James Ryan Talbot, who was a pioneer, in Eureka. In the Talbot household in Eureka, Lotta thoroughly enjoyed life, and would go through her acts as in a game for the other children and would frolic and song the stage Irish song Barney Brallaghan," I've a howl in my heart big enough to roll a cabbage round in". Mary Ann's health had finally permitted her to go to Lotta in Eureka in the spring of 1856, where she gathered her and her belongings. Mary Ann, Lotta and her newest brother, George then caught a schooner to San Francisco. In San Francisco, gamblers crowded the halls, natives rode on spirited horses through the streets, and silk lined carriages dashed around. The city had become legendarily violent. Charles Cora had just been hanged for the murder of the United States Marshal Richardson by the second Vigilance Committee, yet the days of lawlessness were not yet gone. The exuberant scene was exciting for Mary Ann, and Lotta was more than impressed. San Francisco had grown to bold proportions, with longer wharves, and elaborate buildings and it did not seem to be the same city Mary Ann left years ago. Lotta followed her mother into the Bella Union, eyeing the women in lurid clothes who were dealing cards to a group of shady men. Taken backstage quickly, Lotta performed, Mary Ann got paid, and took her away before the wild atmosphere of the saloon could leave a lasting impression. At least that's what she hoped for. Mary Ann was booking Lotta all over the city, enforcing the hard bargains she drove, hungry for gold yet still protecting Lotta passionately. When Lotta appeared in The Dumb Belle, Lotta was to carry a bottle onstage, place it on a table and exit, there was an older actresses who insisted on having the role but Mrs. Crabtree was sure to not let it happen. Mary Ann instructed Lotta to do an elaborate pantomime that in itself, became its own act. The audience showered the stage with money and roared with laughter. Lotta wasn't going anywhere. She was an instantaneous success with great audience-drawing power. The family started touring, first traveling by schooner across the bay, then up shallow Petaluma Creek, carrying Lotta's costumes in champagne baskets, and all of Lotta's earnings in gold, in a large leather bag. The shrewd Mary Ann did not trust banks nor paper money. When this became too heavy, it was transferred to a steamer trunk. When the steamer trunk became too heavy, she invested Crabtree's earnings in local real estate, race horses and bonds. She made good profits in Sonoma County. Lotta was then in demand in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys. She gained a new skill in Placerville when a skilled black breakdown dancer taught Lotta a vigorous and complicated soft-shoe dance. She also began smoking small, thinly rolled black cigars like her dear friend Lola. It was considered to be not a very lady-like thing yet it became a trademark for Lotta. She often, on stage and off, wore male clothes. The fact that Lotta smoked cigars kept her out of the prominent ladies social group, Sorosis. This infuriated Mary Ann. Lotta could also laugh at herself. She once slipped in the street and called out “prima donna in the gutter“. By 1859, she had become "Miss Lotta, the San Francisco Favorite", who mastered the suggestive double entendre long before Mae West. She played in Virginia City, and the famous Bird Cage Theater in Tombstone, Arizona then toured the east coast, acting in plays in theaters, a favorite for her portrayals of children due to her petite size. Her youthful appearance led The New York Times to call her “The eternal child” with "The face of a beautiful doll and the ways of a playful kitten, no one could wriggle more suggestively than Lotta." They also said in reference to her skills as a dancer, “What punctuation is to literature, legs are to Lotta”. By the end of the decade the "Lotta Polka" and "Lotta Gallup" was quite the rage in the United States. When Lotta sat down to write a letter to a friend in San Francisco in 1865 she wrote "We started out quite fresh, and so far things have been very prosperous. I am a continual success wherever I go. In some places I created quite a theatrical furor, as they call it. I have played with the biggest houses but never for so much money, for their prices are double. I'm a star, and that is sufficient, and I am making quite a name. But I treat all and every one with the greatest respect and that is not what everyone does, and in consequence I get my reward." In 1869 Lotta purchased a lot, on the south side of Turk street, east of Hyde, paying $7,000, a portion of her earnings at a recent show which would be 132k today. She began touring the nation with her own theatrical company in 1875, hitting the height of her success for another decade. Still a teenager she was shocking audiences by showing her legs and smoking on stage. Mary Ann was still managing her career, finding locations, organizing troupes of actors and booking plays,for the then highest-paid actress in America, who was earning sums of up to $5,000 per week, nearly 155K today. In September of 1875 she gave the city of San Francisco a gift of appreciation to the people, a fountain modeled after a lighthouse prop from one of her plays at the intersection of Market and Kearny streets. Politicians, respectable citizens and even hellions gathered to dedicate the city's new public drinking fountain. Lotta had many admirers, including the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia, and Brigham Young. She was proposed to many times but never married. From newspaper boys, European royalty, to lawyers and well known actors, Lotta time after time turned them down saying “I'm married to the stage”. Some said her mother would not allow it as it would end her ability to be considered forever young, and her career left little time for a social life. Some say she was only interested in women. It was whispered in the backstages of the theatres tha Adah Isaacs Menken ws Lotta's secret lover. Lotta was a bit of a rebel in her day,advocating women's rights and wearing skirts too short that she shook while laughing at society matrons. Lotta had many celebrity friends she was close with, including President Abraham Lincoln and his wife, the great Harry Houdini, President Ulysses S. Grant always made it a point to visit her whenever she was performing in Washington DC while he was president, and actor John Barrymore, who referred to Lotta as “ the queen of the American stage”. In New Orleans Lotta had “ The Lotta Baseball Club”. When Lotta came to visit they presented her with a gold medal and a beautiful banjo Lotta traveled to Europe with her mother and brothers, learning French, visiting museums and taking up painting. The people of San Francisco missed their very own star while she was away. After her tour ended, she went home to San Francisco to perform at the California Theatre. In 1883, The New York Times devoted much of its front page to "The Loves of Lotta." In 1885, Mary Ann had an 18-room summer cottage built in the Breslin Park section of Mount Arlington, New Jersey, as a gift for her daughter Lotta. It was a Queen Anne/Swiss chalet style lakefront estate on the shores of Lake Hopatcong. It sat on land that sloped down to Van Every Cove. It is 2-1/2 stories on the land side and 3-1/2 on the lake side. She named it Attol Tryst (Lotta spelled backward). They gave parties, rode horses, and pursued her painting. It's "upside-down" chimneys had corbels that flared outward near the top. There was an expansive porch, including a semi-circular section that traced the curve of the parlor, wrapping around three sides of the house. Inside, there was a wine cellar, music room, library, and a fireplace flanked by terra cotta dog-faced beasts. The billiard room's massive stone fireplace once featured a mosaic that spelled out LOTTA in gemstones. After a fall in the spring of 1889 while in Wilmington, Delaware, Lotta recovered lakeside and decided to retire permanently from the stage, at age 45. later resisting calls for a farewell tour. She was the richest actress in America and made quite a spectacle as one of the first women to own and drive her own car that she called “Red Rose”. She got out on top. During her retirement, Lotta traveled, painted and was active in charitable work. One final appearance was made in 1915 for Lotta Crabtree Day in San Francisco at the Panama-Pacific Exposition. Lotta was a vegetarian for years and took time to visit inmates in prisons. Mary Ann died and Lotta's serious side emerged. After Mary Ann's death, Lotta seriously wanted to have her sainted. But she eventually settled on having a $20,000 stained glass window decorated with angels made for her, which is today in St. Stephen's church in Chicago. The last 15 years of Lotta's life was spent living alone at the Brewster Hotel, which she had purchased in Boston, a dog at her feet, regularly traveling to Gloucester to paint seascapes, with a cigar in her teeth. She died at home on September 25, 1924 at age 76. She was described by critics as mischievous, unpredictable, impulsive, rattlebrained, teasing, piquant, rollicking, cheerful and devilish. Boston papers recalled Lotta as a devoted animal rights activist who wandered the streets, putting hats on horses to protect them from the sun. She was interred at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Bronx, New York. Lotta's Fountain still stands at the intersection of Market and Kearny streets in San Francisco. It is the oldest surviving monument in the City's collection. After the earthquake, it was a known gathering place and one of the only locations to get potable water in the city. It is the site of the anniversary of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake every April 18. She left an estate of some $4 million in a charitable trust for “anti-animal experimentation”, “trust to provide food, fuel and hospitalization for the poor”, “help for released convicts”, “support for poor, needy actors”,” aid to young graduates of agricultural colleges”, and “relief for needy vets of WWI”. Over 59 million today. The trust still exists today. The estate ran into complications when a number of people unsuccessfully contested the will, claiming to be relatives, and a woman claimed to be Lotta's adult child. A long series of court hearings followed. The famed Wyatt Earp even testified at one of the hearings, being a friend of the family. A medical exam was conducted at the autopsy and it was confirmed that Lotta Crabtree died a virgin. Lotta's legacy is not preserved as well as entertainers that came after her, no video or audio of her performing. She was the queen of the stage, but retired before the days of Hollywood. Lotta's influence is all around us today in the domino of effects from the money and support she has given to farmers, animals, prisoners, soldiers, and actors. Her style was groundbreaking, and helped shape modern entertainment. Her strong influence on animal rights, women's rights, and human rights have forever shaped society and she left a legacy of love with fountains, paintings, and by promoting the arts. Crabtree Hall, a dormitory at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, is named for Lotta. The Attol Tryst stands today and in recent years it has been restored. Lotta started the tradition of daytime performances for women and children, now commonly known as the afternoon matinee. Lotta was against wars, but very supportive of the members of the military, and America. Lotta has been credited as being an influence on Mary Pickford, Mae West, Betty Hutton, and Judy Garland. The Academy Award nominated 1951 movie musical “Golden Girl” was based on Lotta's exciting life, starring Hollywood Walk-Of-Famer, Mitzi Gaynor as Lotta. I am Andrea Anderson, thank you for taking the time to listen today, let's meet again when we continue the story of Lotta Crabtree, The Queen of Captivation Chapter 8 Part 2, next time, on “Queens of the Mines. In light of the BLM movement and the incredible change we are seeing, I would like to mention a quote said by Marian Anderson. "No matter how big a nation is, it is no stronger than its weakest people, and as long as you keep a person down, some part of you has to be down there to hold him down, so it means you cannot soar as you might otherwise." Until recently, historians and the public have dismissed "conflict history," and important elements that are absolutely necessary for understanding American history have sometimes been downplayed or virtually forgotten. If we do not incorporate racial and ethnic conflict in the presentation of the American experience, we will never understand how far we have come and how far we have to go. No matter how painful, we can only move forward by accepting the truth. Queens of the Mines was written, produced and narrated by me, Andrea Anderson. The theme song, In San Francisco Bay is by DBUK, You can find the links to their music, tour dates and merchandise, as well as links to all our social media and research links at queensofthemines.com
Trisha Talbot is a real estate and healthcare expert. As a Managing Director of Newmarke, she advises healthcare providers and real estate investors. She specializes in investments by consulting her clients throughout the sales process with comprehensive strategies on pricing, market fluctuations, and solutions to close transactions. She also helps healthcare providers in establishing real estate portfolio strategies aligned with their corporate goals. Together with her team, landlords benefit through stabilizing their property with leasing then monetizing their assets. As the host of the Providers, Properties, and Performance podcast, she focuses on the possibilities and future of healthcare and commercial real estate. Quote: “I will tell you, cap rates for medical office buildings are incredibly aggressive and incredibly low…because people are looking to place their money in a resilient asset class that is unlikely to fluctuate.” “…what I see is (investors saying) ‘okay I want to get into medical office' without really understanding what it takes–where the lease rates need to be, how you need to manage it from operating expense standpoint as well as really understanding the property before you buy it.” Highlights: 01:43 - Trisha tells listeners about her background in real estate and health care. 05:15 - Trisha discusses the impact of the pandemic on healthcare real estate. 11:40 - Trisha gives listeners her thoughts on physician sale lease-back strategies. 14:57 - Trisha describes what bigger health care property investments look like. 18:35 - Trisha talks about the property to healthcare conversions. 21:35 - Trisha speaks about the more common mistakes that owners make with their properties. 24:04 - Trisha talks about the most difficult transactions that she's been involved in. Guest Website: docproperties.com providerspropertiesandperformance.com Learn About Investment and Partnership Opportunities with Kevin and His Team Recommended Resources: Check out our company and our investment opportunity by visiting www.SunriseCapitalInvestors.com Self Directed IRA Investment Opportunity – Click Here To Learn More About How You Can Invest With Us Through Your SDIRA Accredited Investors Click Here to learn more about partnering with me and my team on Mobile Home Park deals! Grab a free copy of my latest book “The 21 Biggest Mistakes Investors Make When Purchasing their First Mobile Home Park…and how to avoid them MobileHomeParkAcademy.com Schedule your free 30 minute "no obligation" call directly with Kevin by clicking this link https://www.timetrade.com/book/KV2D2
Welcome to the Counter Worlds 2021 Halloween Special! Join Selena Romero and Edgar Argento as they kick off their radio station's annual, Screams for Charity contest! This episode was written by Detonya and Simple. The role of Selena was voice by Detonya, The role of Edgar was voiced by Simple, The role of Jason was preformed by Dane Keckley, The role of Angela Baker was preformed by Vicky, The role of Martin Myers was preformed by Stone Smith, the role of Kristy Cotton was preformed by Regina Williams and the role of Talbot was preformed by Al Sarria! Give them all a big round of applause! For more awesome episodes visit our website at abscondermedia.com
It's October 2021, and that means it's Corey's time to shine. Another year of Movie Club and another month of a horror theme. This year, Corey and Jonathan are committed to the creature feature. Join us as we catch 5 movies befitting the theme. As far as the podcast goes, each episode features an in-depth review of the movie for the week. They begin with a spoiler-free review before diving in completely after the needed spoiler warning. However, before getting into the review of the week, Jonathan and Corey discuss what other movies they've seen since the last episode as well as anything else they feel like discussing. To help them decide which of the many films to watch each month they started creating themes for them all. Week 5 - The Wolf Man (1941) Synopsis: Larry Talbot returns to his father's castle in Wales and meets a beautiful woman. One fateful night, Talbot escorts her to a local carnival where they meet a mysterious gypsy fortune teller. Directed by George Waggner Cast: Lon Chaney Jr. Evelyn Ankers Claude Rains Warren William Ralph Bellamy Bela Lugosi --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/berkreviewsmovieclub/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/berkreviewsmovieclub/support
A new MP3 sermon from Whitefield Media is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: What is Biblical Church Discipline? Pt 4 Subtitle: Church Discipline Speaker: Dr. Kenneth G. Talbot Broadcaster: Whitefield Media Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/28/2021 Length: 62 min.
Today on the show, BPF Editor-in-Chief and Blurb Whisperer Abigail Dunard are back at it with another deep dive into the scintillating sea of book descriptions! To watch video of this episode, view it on Facebook at Best Page Forward. Here are this episode's read-along selections: Blurb: Runestaff Chronicles: The Awakening by Helen Row Toews An alternate universe. A perilous journey. No ordinary young man. When Kayden discovers an ancient portal to a world beyond his own, his life will change forever. Destiny marked him as defender of an enchanted jewel – an emerald possessing immense power. With the rise of a deadly legion, thirsting for dominance, Kayden must face unspeakable creatures and their master puppeteer, intent on his destruction. Alone he will fail. Yet, fate has placed an unusual warrior named Talbot, a magical runestaff, and a remarkable girl in his path to help. Battling the darkest of evils in a treacherous land of Kings and magic, they race to defy the forces bent on ruling their world. Only together may Kayden and his companions stand against the foul schemes threatening to destroy all that is good. Will it be enough?
Melissa Urban is the Co-Founder and CEO of Whole30, recovered addict, New York Times best-selling author, mother, podcast host, and boundary wizard. Brandon Talbot is a former professional volleyball player, and the founder of Super Human Performance. In this episode, Drew sits down with Melissa and Brandon to discuss their unique relationship, personal growth, career shifts, overcoming adversity, and much much more! This is an episode that is full of great little gems, and information that we can all learn from - you don't want to miss it! HIGHLIGHTS: [04:51] Brandon's background, how he went from a bullied kid in high school to a professional volleyball player, and what happened psychologically after an injury kept him from competing. [17:15] How Melissa and Brandon got back together after a brief stint of dating, and the work that it took to rekindle their relationship. [32:16] Whole 30, and how implementing strong boundaries can change your behavior and transform your daily life. [41:52 Dealing with disagreements in a relationship, and ways to stay present when life seems to revolve around social media. [47:20] A few great resources that have had an impact in the lives of Melissa and Brandon, and what you can learn from them! SPONSORS: Paleovalley — Paleovalley makes 100% grass fed beef sticks that are fermented using old-world methods in order to preserve the meat in a healthy way, rather than using unnatural preservatives like other companies. They make an amazing on-the-go snack, are packed with probiotics, and they taste delicious! Use the code fit2fat2fit at checkout to receive 15% off of your order! Don't forget to check out their new nootropic called “NeuroEffect” which boosts brain performance using 8 different types of mushrooms that are clinically proven to boost brain function! Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew's hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, bone broth, and more! Use the code “podcast” to get 20% off of your order! SHOW LINKS: @melissau @super_human_performace Fit2Fat2Fit Take the Fit2Fat2Fit Podcast Listener Survey Fit2Fat2Fit on Facebook @Fit2Fat2Fit on Instagram Fit2Fat2Fit Book Keto School Program Complete Keto Book Email Drew: email@example.com
This week, host Jamila Souffrant sits down with Fidelity portfolio manager, Ramona Persaud, to talk about why investing can be an important piece of achieving financial freedom and how to approach it. Ramona runs four of Fidelity's global funds, which invest billions of dollars in stocks from companies around the world. In June 2021, she was named one of the top ten female portfolio managers in the U.S. by Citywire USA, based on a list of risk-adjusted returns over the past three years.* Jamila and Ramona cover getting started with investing basics, understanding risk and your tolerance for it, removing the intimidation factor, and much more. Learn More: www.fidelity.com/modernlife Donate to Year Up: donate.yearup.org/modernlife *Talbot, Frank, "The 20 top female portfolio managers in the US," Citywire USA, June 03, 2021,
Introduction: A big question heading into this Timberwolves season was whether a team that has floundered on defense for several seasons could finally find its way and at least be average on that side of the ball. Their 124-106 victory in Wednesday's opener over Houston was a positive indicator, albeit against a really bad team. The Wolves had 18 steals and 13 blocked shots in the win, which helped fuel an offensive surge from Karl-Anthony Towns, Anthony Edwards and D'Angelo Russell. 8:00: Wild goalie Cam Talbot joins the podcast and gives us an inside glimpse into the Wild's 6-5 comeback win over Winnipeg in Tuesday's home opener. Talbot also provides insight into why he signed with the Wild last season and shares the story of his journey to the NHL. 26:00: A new feature on Daily Delivery starts with a "voicemail" from Jon Marthaler and some Minnesota United soccer talk after the Loons rallied for a very important 3-2 win over Philadelphia on Wednesday.
The cartoonist, writer and illustrator Posy Simmonds brilliantly captures the ambitions and pretensions of the literary world, and the journalist and curator Paul Gravett has worked in comics publishing for decades. Together they bring graphic novels and comic books to the foreground with the Slightly Foxed team. We draw moral lessons from the Ally Sloper cartoons of the 1870s, glimpse Frans Masereel's wordless woodcut stories of the 1920s, view the pictorial politics of Citizen 13660 by Miné Okubo in the 1940s and revisit Art Spiegelman's 1992 Pulitzer Prize-winning Maus before taking a closer look at more contemporary works. From a tragicomic summer with Joff Winterhart, nuclear explosions with Raymond Briggs, the shadow of James Joyce with Mary and Bryan Talbot and an Iranian childhood with Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis, the discussion moves through panels, frames, splashes and spreads to Posy Simmonds's own methods in bringing literature to life, including crosshatching to Vivaldi. Originally serialized in the Guardian, Posy's Gemma Bovery builds on the bones of Flaubert's Madame Bovary and Tamara Drewe draws from Hardy's Far from the Madding Crowd, while Cassandra Darke takes inspiration from Dickens's A Christmas Carol. Though rooted in the classics, the devil is in Posy's detail, be it real French coffee pots, the joy of characters' names, such as Kevin Penwallet, and fictional places, such as Tresoddit. We continue our travels off the beaten track with our usual round-up of reading recommendations, and a trip to Gilbert White's House and Gardens in Hampshire, where we view the landscapes that sparked his evergreen classic The Natural History of Selborne. (Episode duration: 44 minutes; 39 seconds) Books Mentioned We may be able to get hold of second-hand copies of the out-of-print titles listed below. Please get in touch with Jess in the Slightly Foxed office for more information. Ally Sloper: A Moral Lesson, cartoons by Marie Duval and words by Judy's office boy is out of print (4:48) Miné Okubo, Citizen 13660 (6:29) George Takei, They Called Us Enemy (7:25) Jules Feiffer, Passionella and Other Stories is out of print (9:05) Art Spiegelman, Maus (10:37) Mary M. Talbot & Bryan Talbot, Dotter of Her Father's Eyes (12:52) Joff Winterhart, Days of the Bagnold Summer (13:22) Raymond Briggs, When the Wind Blows (15:42) Raymond Briggs, Ethel & Ernest (17:07) Posy Simmonds, Gemma Bovery (17:48) Posy Simmonds, Tamara Drewe (17:48) Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis (28:31) Posy Simmonds, Cassandra Darke (29:04) Riad Sattouf, The Arab of the Future (30:24) Alison Bechdel, Fun Home (31:20) Posy Simmonds, Literary Life Revisited Paul Gravett, Posy Simmonds Emma Tennant, Burnt Diaries is out of print (34:20) Robert Macfarlane, The Old Ways (37:28) Our Time, an anthology commissioned by The Lakes International Comic Art Festival (38:29) Laurie Lee, As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning. Published in our series of Slightly Foxed Editions, along with Cider with Rosie (39:54) Gilbert White, The Natural History of Selborne (41:24) Related Slightly Foxed Articles & Illustrations Underwear Was Important, Hazel Wood on the cartoons of Posy Simmonds, Issue 15 Cover illustration by Posy Simmonds, Issue 16 Inside cover illustration by Posy Simmonds, Issue 60 Touched with a Secret Delight, Melissa Harrison on Gilbert White, The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, Issue 48 Other Links Posy Simmonds Close Up, Cartoonmuseum Basel, Switzerland. The exhibition runs until 24 October 2021 (2:39) The bd BOUM festival, Blois, France. The festival is chaired by Posy Simmonds and runs from 19-21 November 2021 Gosh! Comics, London, UK (31:58) The Lakes International Comic Art Festival, Kendal, UK (32:08) Thought Bubble, The Yorkshire Comic Convention, Harrogate, UK (32:26) Gilbert White's House & Gardens, Selborne, UK (41:13) Opening music: Preludio from Violin Partita No.3 in E Major by Bach The Slightly Foxed Podcast is hosted by Philippa Lamb and produced by Podcastable
On today's episode of Locked on Wild, we look at the 2021-22 Season Expectations for Cam Talbot and Kaapo Kahkonen. Can Talbot repeat his 2020-21 performance or will we see him regress against the full NHL schedule? Depending on the number of starts he gets, Talbot could easily outpace his projected stats for 2021-22. Our biggest worry though is Kaapo Kahkonen. Can he show that his numbers against the better teams in the league are just a fluke? Or is he going to struggle in every similar occasion this year. If both goalies can hold serve against more competitive teams, the Wild should have another great season. We also look at when we could likely see some of the Wild's top prospects join the NHL roster. Depending on injuries and inconsistencies, the Wild will likely call up Calen Addison first, followed by Adam Beckman, Marco Rossi, and then Matt Boldy after he heals from his injury. It all depends on which positions prompt a call up first. We finish by looking at expectations for Bill Guerin and Dean Evason. Can Evason recapture the magic he had with the 2020-21 squad? It certainly seems likely that he will be able to. How will Bill Guerin play this year if the Wild exceed expectations? Will he push the chips into the middle of the table for one year? What about if they fail to live up to a playoff berth? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today we're joined by Reformation's Chief Sustainability Officer, Kathleen Talbot. Since starting at the brand eight years ago, Talbot has been at the forefront of building one of fashion's most sustainable businesses today, implementing game-changing methods like the Ref Scale, their sustainability reports, and eco-conscious partners around the world. In this episode, she gives aspiring designers a playbook on how to create a sustainable business - from your fabrics to your people - and her vision for the future of fashion. Love the show? Follow us and leave a review! And for more behind-the-scenes, follow Liv on Instagram, @LivvPerez. OUAI use code FRIEND for 15% off your entire purchase at theouai.com Waterdrop use code FRIENDOFAFRIEND for 15% off at waterdrop.com Memore get 30% off at yourmemore.com/friend Produced by Dear Media
Mary Jane Wells bursts onto the scene in BOMBSHELL, the first entry in Sarah Maclean's newest historical romance series, Hell's Belles. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Emily Connelly discuss the fun of this romance, and getting to hear the story of the most scandalous of the Talbot sisters, Lady Sesily Talbot. Sesily learns to use her reputation to her advantage when she joins a team of women working in secret to take down society's worst men. Caleb Calhoun is a handsome and cool-voiced American with a mysterious past who seems immune to her many charms. Wells skillfully amplifies the tension as the two finally give in to long pent-up feelings while Caleb tries to protect Sesily from danger. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Harper Audio. Listeners can enjoy Homer's THE ILIAD, translated by Ian Johnston, and narrated by Anton Lesser, on AudioFile's Audiobook Break podcast. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Support for Behind the Mic comes from Naxos AudioBooks. Neil Wenborn's Confucius – In a Nutshell: Opening with delightfully mood-setting music, narrator Nigel Carrington takes the reins and uses his well-modulated authoritative voice to transmit the time-tested wisdom of the great philosopher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rachael is empowering women all over the world to step into themselves, step into their bodies, step into who they are. Here's Rachael's experience of how you get yourself into the most resourceful state. If you are in a resourceful state, you can deal with whatever life throws at you. When you find that healthy moment, how that expands in somebody's nervous system and how it translates into their life. Change can happen in really soft and subtle ways, and be extremely profound. The gentleness of touch can create some of the biggest changes for you. It's the subtle whispers that make and allow for the most profound transformation. Rachael Talbot Chiropractor in Cheshire, UK. Online coach and bodyworker with both individuals and groups. Group work online is offered as BodyMind Awakening, which is a version of Donny Epsteins 12 Stages of Healing. Rachael teaches the full series twice a year and does regular smaller workshops for either beginning or deepening your journey. UnMasking the Feminine is for women, a journey back to self and how to express your authentic nature. Includes her podcast and monthly workshops. For more information on Rachael Talbot visit her website here: www.rachaeltalbot.com
16:58 | Winnipeg Free Press columnist Niigaan Sinclair analyzes the upcoming federal election and how Indigenous issues are being explored—more than ever before, but there's still a long way to go! 50:16 | University of Calgary political scientist Dr. Melanee Thomas on the dangerous trend of legitimizing political groups with racist views, following the Globe & Mail publishing an opinion piece on the far-right People's Party of Canada deserving representation. 1:29:57 | #MyJasper Memories | Ryan shares about autumn in the national park with the season offering a stunning, rich palette of colours to visitors. Presented by Tourism Jasper 1:33:42 | Alberta's former Chief Medial Officer of Health Dr. James Talbot warns of a looming health system collapse due to the provincial government's pandemic response.
Join us this week as we sit down with Dr. Mark Talbot and hear his stories of chronic suffering and loss, along with his thoughts on how to best endure the storms of heartache we all experience. Dr. Talbot shares about his book, "When The Stars Disappear," and wields his knowledge of philosophy and theology to share insight behind one of the biggest questions in life: “Why do bad things happen to good people?”
Nap and Casey are joined by Damond Talbot of Draft Diamonds this week. The three of them take a look at some of the roster moves made by the Bills and if they like them or not. Specific position groups they look at are TE, OL, LB and CB. Also, Damond helps Nap break news and gives his takes about some of the surprise moves around the league. It's always entertaining when these three get together but you'll have to stay all the way to the end for a shocking answer from Damond.Follow Kyle Nap and Casey Reed on Twitter (@kylenaps, @CashoutBF & @napknowsbuffalo) & Instagram (@kylenaps, @Reedemandweep & @napknowsbuffalo)
LinksDan TwitterJason TwitterJim TwitterShow PartnerThis episode is presented by FTX. Trade on an awesome mobile interface fee-free, and still get all the great portfolio tracking features you know and love: https://uponly.tv/ftxShow NotesCobie & Ledger Dan Matuszewski (CMS Holdings) Jason from Telegram Jim TalbotUpOnly notes“How do we feel here?”– Ledger: “We have 1/2 of the true up only bull maximalists on here, if we get Kaleo on then we'd have the powerhouse”– Dan: “There's so much money pushing in here… you hear about like a 3, 4, 5 billion dollar equity raise in this space every week”– Dan: “Like even if people sold… where's that money gonna go? Like you can only buy so many houses and boats right”– Jason: “We could go up or we could also go down”– Jim: “I'm a mechanical trader – I watch the tape and the order book and trade off imbalances and things there”Derivatives– Ledge: “Dan where do we sit with financing stuff right now?”– Dan: “It's rich. Financing is high right now, not great not a super bullish thing, september expiry coming up too we'll have to make it through these next few months”– Cobie: “You got a lot of people waiting to just wait and buy the ATH breakout on ETH”– Dan: “I am of the opinion there's a lot of margin in the system right now”HOT BALL OF MONEY EFFECT– Cobie: “AVAX blew up, and then Fantom had an announcement, and AVAX stuff dropped like 85% and Fantom tripled”– Dan: “Everyone got it this time, it was like the most pure hot ball of money effect”Bullish Unlocks?– Dan: “A lot of times it pays to know what's going on in the OTC markets”– Dan: “We bought a lot of Solana before the unlock, and it was so hard to get your hands on demand was super prevalent. So it was easy to say the unlock would be bullish”– Cobie: “Have you been playing in these new ecosystems?”– Dan: “Yeah we play in them as much as we can we have a high risk tolerance”NFTs– Jason: “I'm pretty new to these I'm like Sam” [Trabucco]– Jason: “I got pitched this super convincing narrative of pixel dicks and hit up Cobie and was like yo what do you think? and he was like… nah mate”– Cobie: “You hit me up and were like “Dick drawing is historical and monumental, dick drawing is part of human history we've been doing it since the caveman times, it's memetic”” LOLLL– Jim: “I get the sense there are gonna be some great buys over the next few weeks”– There are gonna be huge applications for these in the metaverseLedger's Marriage– Cobie: “You ever show your wi-“– Ledger: “No.” hahaha– Ledger: “One time I showed her my meebit… she was not impressed” lmaoDog Money– Everyone's fractionalizing their dog NFTs, there's so much dog money– Pleasrdao fractionalized the original Doge picture and raised $50M @ $250M val– Dan: “You can't see this stuff and get bearish”– Jason: “Thoughts on people slowing this down?”– Dan: “Really don't think it'll happen, no one wants to be the guy to come in and end this era of free money everywhere”Crypto Getting Weirder– Dan: “It's gonna get weirder and weirder, and when you flush the whole world with all this money it's gonna find its way into really weird corners. New money is just gonna keep pushing in”– Cobie: “I don't wanna live the next 6 months cause I came from a crypto class where once shit gets weird you wanna pull out – i gotta go into a coma”– Someone asked Dan about NFTs– Dan: “A couple junior guys on the desk [shoutout the other CMS guys] are really into it and I'm pumped for them cause they're crushing it, but I just don't have enough time I'm getting older”Art– Jim: “I'm really bullish on NFTs cause I think the art world is gonna join and it might become less pure crypto market”– Cobie: “What's the Mona Lisa of NFTs then?”– Jason: “Why is the Mona Lisa the pico top of all traditional art?”– Cobie: “idk…name 5 art pieces”– Jason: “…Mona Lisa”Other Chains and NFTs– Ledger: “Dan what's the role of on-chain activity in NFTs, like Solana and stuff”– Dan: “The main thesis is that Solana has won spill over because ETH has been successful. But in a practical way the marginal losses of ETH are gonna price out large amounts of people. A lot of people wanna do this and they can do it on Solana (and other L2s)”– Dan: “If you're a buyer that net demand of block space is going to increase then you wanna be long both (ETH and SOL/ L2s)”Normies into Crypto– Dan: “My real world experience has been that bringing new guys on with MetaMask [is tough] because of fees, cancelled transactions and others”– Ledger: “You cannot have a $5,000 bankroll and transact on Ethereum”– Cobie: “Do you think L2s should have a token?”– Dan: “If you have one that doesn't have a token, someone will just fork it add a token and beat you”– Cobie: “Gotcha so you need one defensively”Options– Ledger: “Last week we talked to Sam Tabasco and he said options are not very relevant for crypto”– Dan: “We do trade options, we have a dedicated head that just trades vol, but I agree its not important. But it does make money and makes sense as a business” s/o Ryan probably drinking a stroller beer rn– Ledge: “Do you keep that person because it will become more important?”– Dan: “Its optionality on optionality. Eventually there will be an ETF and that will live on options”– FTX just bought LedgerX, only place US retail can trade optionsCobie: “How long do you reckon until Pfizer and FTX partner to increase vaccine adoptions in the crypto community” lol*Dan has to jet* good bye sirFOR THE RECORD dan was chatting internally and made 2-5 trades over the course of this podcast, SBF vibesPrice Predictions– Cobie: “If we break ATH here – $20k ETH, $150k-$200k BTC end of October”– *Someone in chat said Cobie hates Solana*– Cobie: “Solana is the only project episode we've had and like my 3rd largest position. Nice try mate”Biggest Crypto Regret– Ledger: “this podcast I talk to people every week who made it”– Jason: “no regrets I see nothing but opportunity”– Jim: “I'm a low time frame guy so I always sell early”– Cobie: “2014 I lost a chunk of money and BTC Drak (?) said you haven't earned your stripes til you've lost 100 Bitcoin”FINAL ALPHA– Jim: “If you don't know when to buy or what price, average in. Then if you get a lower low, the trends broken”– Jason: “Trust yourself, if you don't trust yourself then just fucking trust yourself. The only mistake is not knowing how to handle yourself”Ledger outro with Dutch accentNotes by KevinMusic by GiovanniPickle
Another great in-person conversation at Fiber Connect 2021. Craig chats with Rick Talbot the principal Analyst at ACG Research. Great conversation about the conversation and how the industry is at a crossroads and how important it will be the industry to get it right moving forward. Click now to listen!Don't forget to hit that subscribe button on your favorite podcast platform so you never miss another episode of the Broadband Bunch Podcast. We're more than just a podcast. Check us out at broadbandbunch.com!
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BIO: Julie Talbot is growing a UK property portfolio from Abu Dhabi, where she lives with her husband and twin daughters. She's completed 25 property projects since 2017, and 2 of her rules are she doesn't fly back to the UK, and her phone doesn't ring. STORY: When Julie moved to Abu Dhabi, she assumed she couldn't handle her property business in the UK from that many miles away, so she hired someone in the UK to do it for her. This person got her mixed up in a property price war that took 10 years to resolve. LEARNING: You've got all it takes to run a business from 4,000 miles away just as you would if you were 4 miles away; believe in yourself. If you want to seek advice, get it from an expert in that area, not a novice. “Your perception is your reality.”Julie Talbot Guest profilehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/julietalbot/ (Julie Talbot) is growing a UK property portfolio from Abu Dhabi, where she lives with her husband and twin daughters. She's completed 25 property projects since 2017, and 2 of her rules are she doesn't fly back to the UK, and her phone doesn't ring. Download her Ebook https://mailchi.mp/d0cb08a41b8f/bootstrapyouukpropertybusiness (Expats Bootstrap Your UK Property Business) and learn 12 property secrets to help you grow and manage your property portfolio IN the UK whilst you are OUTSIDE the UK. Worst investment everIn 2009 Julie decided that she wanted to be a professional landlord. She did some training, worked with a coach, and bought a few houses quite quickly that year. The same year, Julie got married, and the couple decided to move overseas. Julie assumed that she couldn't carry on buying houses as she had been doing it. She also thought that because she was thousands of miles away and couldn't fly to the UK every time she needed to view a house, she would have to work with somebody on the ground to do stuff for her. Julie started working with someone who found her a property that matched her criteria. The property was a small block of flats, not her usual type of property as she typically bought family houses, but since it met her criteria, she agreed to go for it. For various reasons, Julie ended up not buying them all at the same time. The vendor held one, Julie bought one, and the person she was working with bought another. Julie wasn't aware of what was happening, and all along, she thought she was the only one making the purchase. It also turned out that there was a misunderstanding somewhere in this chain of people about the price. The vendor thought it was one price, and Julie thought it was another, and it took them 10 years to fix that. If only Julie had done the business on her own as she had done while in the UK, she would have saved herself 10 years of emotional turmoil and frustration. Lessons learnedWhen you're doing anything new, leverage on the value of connecting with somebody who's done it before or who's been through it. Your perception is your reality. Andrew's takeawaysTake advice from an expert. Anything that gets complicated let that be a warning bell. Business is full of risk, both seen and unseen. Do your best to https://myworstinvestmentever.com/ep248-karen-foo-risk-management-is-the-key-to-success-in-forex/ (manage risks). Actionable adviceIf you want to grow a portfolio from overseas, don't believe or let the miles be a barrier. You've got all the same options you would have if you were four miles away from where you want to buy. What stops you when you're 4,000 miles away is a mindset of thinking you're far away; therefore, you can't. You can scale a portfolio the same way 4,000 miles away as you would if you were four miles away. You just need to do a few things differently. No. 1 goal for the next 12 monthsJulie's number one goal for the next 12 months is to carry on living simply, spontaneously sustainably, by her rules and growing her portfolio. [spp-transcript] Connect with Julie...