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Behind The Funny
Ep 227 Best of Scottober 2021

Behind The Funny

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 55:40


Normally we have an episode about the paranormal before Halloween. Ace booked a whole month of themed guests for Scottober 2021. Started with an inspiring story from comedian Dave Kane, then clips from episodes with actor David Naughton "American Werewolf In London", Cody Ray DesBiens & Satori Hawes "The Paranormal Couple", Ken DeCosta "Riseup Paranormal", and Jason Hawes "Ghost Hunters, Ghost Nation, TAPS"

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 208: Wire Taps—Female Indian candidate with a lower GRE score. Tech candidate with super numbers. Darden with dollars versus Kellogg.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 34:32


With the new year and R2 in full effect, this week's episode of WireTaps is action-packed and filled with a variety of content ranging from the R2 deadlines blitz, to employment reports out of Fuqua and Columbia, and into non-MBA areas such as Tesla's stock valuation, and the current debate over Aaron Rodgers and Novak Djokovic! As to the candidates profiled this week, first up, Alex and Graham look at a candidate with great numbers (760 / 3.74) who appears to have some strong tech experience in consulting and then the VC space. Your hosts discussed the specifics of the role in VC, noting that it isn't “front facing” and the implications of that. Nevertheless, it's clear that this is a 'wicked smart' candidate with a good focus on tech. Next, Alex and Graham look at a female Indian candidate who appears to have very solid work experience, a strong undergraduate record, but a relatively weak GRE score of 323 (given her target schools). Alex wondered whether it would be worthwhile to plan to reschedule the test, even if it was for after the deadline. Finally, from DecisionWire, this week features a look at a candidate who is weighing up offers from Dartmouth / Tuck, Northwestern / Kellogg and UVA / Darden. The Darden offer comes with a generous scholarship, and also appears to be more appealing from a 'fit' standpoint with the candidate...leading to a bit of a dilemma! This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced in West Philadelphia by Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen (including Spotify!), and to tell at least one person about the show!

Beyond the Darkness
Ghost Hunters: Taps Returns w/ Jason Hawes

Beyond the Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 58:15


Since 2004, there has been one name that the world has associated with paranormal investigating on television, Ghost Hunters!  It has been a name that has become synonymous with paranormal investigation itself! Ghost Hunters is back on Discovery Plus with a new season, and Ghost Hunters/TAPS founder Jason Hawes joins Darkness Radio to talk about the new episodes, new investigating techniques, and new guest stars you'll see this season!  Don't have Discovery Plus yet? Sign up here and find out how to get a free trial!: discoveryplus.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 207: Wire Taps—Female engineer with lower GMAT quant score. Operations candidate targeting the COO role at Patagonia. Stern with $$$$ vs. Booth full-fare, for Investment Banking in New York?

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 38:31


Happy 2022 to all! Graham and Alex are back to ring in the New Year, despite some unexpected hurdles... Our dynamic duo talk R2-craziness as business schools line up about 20 admissions deadlines in 5 days! Graham also shares a truly heartwarming e-mail from a listener in Chile and some big news about Spotify podcast ratings (thanks John!). As to the candidates profiled this week: first up, Alex and Graham look at a female engineer who is targeting next season. With a 700 GMAT, and a lower quant score, the test seems to be a clear area of improvement. Your hosts also discussed the quality of her work experience (engineering sales) and her potential opportunity to target M7 programs. Next, Graham introduces another candidate who is targeting next season; her “North Star goal” is to someday be the COO at Patagonia. Alex and Graham like her operations experience and sustainability goals, and discussed her 'extra curriculars' and her GPA as both of those areas are going to require some attention and/or remedial work. Finally, from DecisionWire, Alex selected a candidate who is debating whether Stern with a very generous scholarship ($170K) is a better option than Booth without scholarship money. The candidate's short term goal is investment banking in New York City with a long term plan to potentially return to California. This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced in West Philadelphia by Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen (yes, even on Spotify!), and to have a safe, happy, and healthy New Year!

Sound OFF! with Brad Bennett
Thursday 12/30/21 hour 3

Sound OFF! with Brad Bennett

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 37:44


A gruesome story out of California, Jenny had some jokes, and since we'll be gone tomorrow because the New Year is Saturday we shared four names of veterans who passed away this week to be remembered during Taps... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AJC
12/29/21: Kemp taps Guard, contract health workers as COVID-19 rages… and more news

AJC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 2:16


Kemp taps Guard, contract health workers as COVID-19 rages; All but one voting location might close in rural Georgia county; Doraville back in court over allegedly padding budget with fines, fees; Georgia state employees likely to observe Juneteenth as a paid holiday next year

CarbonNationTV Podcast
Natureboy Taps Us Into The Ancestors

CarbonNationTV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 29:14


Digital Library of The Christ Consciousness. Support The Kingdom of God: www.patreon.com/CarbonNation CashApp: $ChiefMessiah Connect with The Messiah: Babaji's Instagram: www.instagram.com/avatar.natureboy Babaji's Facebook: www.facebook.com/eligio.bishop.92 Connect with The Christ: NatureboyTV: www.instagram.com/natureboytv/ Diet Page: www.instagram.com/the.eat.clean.cuisine/ Music: @carbonnationproductions Art: www.instagram.com/carbonnationart Business Inquiries: CarbonNationProductions@gmail.com

The Double Doink
Doink'd Episode Twenty Seven - Week Sixteen Results; Week Seventeen Predictions; Toe Taps and Sour Patch!

The Double Doink

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 72:25


On tonight's episode of "Doink'd", Dave, Josh, and Michaela discuss Week Sixteen in the NFL and give our, and others, picks for Week Seventeen! Follow us on Social Media, @DoubleDoinkNetwork Josh: @TheJauld Dave: @der_laufen_doink_508 Michaela: @mickyy_16   Our Guest Picks: Angela: @becoming.ange   Media Suggestions Today: Dave: Standing in the Storm - Skillet Michaela: Spirits in the Material World - The Police Josh: Doink Talk - Double Doink Network   This show is a Double Doink Network Production!

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 206: Wire Taps—Outstanding military candidate with modest GRE. Government worker turned serial novelist. US-based candidate weighing options with non US-based programs.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 38:07


Grab a glass of eggnog and cozy up to this holiday edition of WireTaps! Alex and Graham tackle holiday deliberations on R1 results and task-lists for R2, while also taking time to closely examine the latest employment reports from Harvard Business School and the Tuck School of Business. Then, our hosts move into the WireTaps portion of the show with two ApplyWire candidates targeting R2 and one DecisionWire candidate making a tough call... First up in the batch is a military candidate who appears to have a very impressive set of experiences. While their GPA is decent, Alex and Graham wonder if the GRE (323) is going to be their weakest link, and whether it might make things a bit of an uphill battle at the very best programs. Our hosts also make some last minute recommendations regarding target programs. Next up, a candidate from China who has completed their masters degree, secured an outstanding GMAT score (770), worked several years in government, and transitioned to a serial novelist. Alex and Graham marvel at the list of highly compelling ingredients, but worry about this applicants ability to 'make the recipe'. Finally, from DecisionWire, our hosts look at a US-based candidate who largely targeted non-US MBA programs, and is now determining which is their best option for work in luxury goods in Europe in the short term and a return to the US in the longer-term. This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced in West Philadelphia by the always cheery Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen, and to wear a mask under the mistletoe!

2711 Daily Torah Schmooze
Episode 720 - Find Out Why God "Taps" People for Leadership

2711 Daily Torah Schmooze

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 4:54


RAPID TAPPING® with Poppy Delbridge

We're almost at the end of 2021 and wow what a year we've had! Thank you all so much for being on this journey with us. The strength we gain from being together in our Rapid Tapping community is incredible and we treasure each and everyone one of you. This week we're taking time for reflection, we're looking back and celebrating some of the best taps of 2021. Reviewing how far we've come has been really special and listening back to these taps has shown us the positive impact that keeping up a tapping habit through the year has on our lives. In our community alone we've seen people reach their goals in terms of financial, career and even our love lives! Rapid Tapping really is a life changing tool, so we hope you enjoy this special episode ‘Best of 2021 Taps'. What to expect in this episode: We celebrate the best taps from 2021 Poppy talks to her live audience at Bingham Riverhouse. She discusses how we are infinite as humans, how we can use this to witness what we're going through and play around with it to achieve what we wantWe look at how we're hardwired to survive and fit in and how this can potentially hold us back by trying to keep us safeWe listen to the back to school tap and that feeling of fear you can have around moving into new stages We look back to the Rapid Tap on confidence and what confidence means to us and how it links to self-belief The Sorority of Alchemists:https://takethetime.as.me/ClarityChatRapid Tapping Starter Kit:https://houseofpossibility.mykajabi.com/rapid-tapping-starter-kitJoin the mailing list:https://houseofpossibility.com/Where to find Poppy:Rapid Tapping: https://www.rapidtapping.com/House of Possibility: https://houseofpossibility.com/Poppy Delbridge: https://www.poppydelbridge.com/Socials:Rapid Tapping: https://www.instagram.com/rapidtapping/House of Possibility: https://www.instagram.com/houseofpossibility/Poppy Delbridge: https://www.instagram.com/poppydelbridge/Poppy Delbridge 11.11's on Rapid Tapping InstagramJoin Poppy every Monday at 11.11 am for your weekly dose of tapping:https://www.instagram.com/rapidtapping/channel/

The Truck Bryant Show
Dave "Cha Ching" Teele Taps In!

The Truck Bryant Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 18:02


He is THE voice of the New York basketball scene - Dave "Cha Ching" taps in to The Truck Bryant Show.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 205: Wire Taps—URM college dropout with low test scores; can he make the cut? Accomplished woman with great numbers despite being expelled from ugrad. Will adcoms take a risk? DW: Stern full fare vs. McDonough with dollars; Should money matte

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 38:27


For this week's WireTaps, Alex and Graham look at a URM candidate who appears to have overcome significant life challenges to get to where they are today. At issue (beyond dropping out of ugrad) are some well below average statistics; no doubt, adcom will be rooting for this type of candidate...but is that enough? Next, our hosts have another candidate who faced challenges during their undergrad, and ultimately skipped undergrad to jump straight into a graduate degree, and some super interesting work experience. Their GMAT is also very strong; making this an interesting case for schools to consider. Finally, Alex and Graham unveil the first DecisionWire entry discussion for the 2021-22 season. It's a straight-up debate: Georgetown / McDonough with money versus Stern at full fare. They are seeking a career as a product manager at FAANG companies (top tech firms, for those less familiar with the acronym). Where should they go? This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced in West Philadelphia by the uniquely talented Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen, and to take it easy with the eggnog at the holiday party!

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show
Billy Van Zandt Celebrates the 40th Anniversary of TAPS

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 54:52


Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the movie TAPS with Cadet Bug himself, Billy Van Zandt. After starring in Jaws 2 and Star Trek The Motion Picture Billy was cast in TAPS. TAPS starred George C. Scott and Timothy Hutton. Today it is also known for launching the careers of newcomers Tom Cruise and Sean Penn. Billy starred as BUG and became friends with Tom and Sean and shares a lot of great stories from the set and stories from their friendship following the film. Billy also shares memories and stories of Ronny Cox, Evan Handler, and Giancarlo Esposito, who all also had starring roles in the film. TAPS is the story of military cadets taking extreme measures when they learn they are losing their academy. The young cadets seize the campus and confront the military and they stand and protect their home. TAPS was released on December 20, 1981. Our Guest, Billy Van Zandt https://vanzandtmilmore.com/ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0888345/  Billy's book: https://vanzandtmilmore.com/product/autographed-hardcover-copy-of-get-in-the-car-jane/  Also featured on the show: Hashtag Fun: Jeff dives into recent trends and reads some of his favorite tweets from trending hashtags. The hashtag featured in this episode is #EnlistAMovieOrShowInTheMilitary from @WagYourTags. Tweets featured on the show are retweeted at @JeffDwoskinShow Social Media: Jeff discusses why you shouldn't spoil everything for everyone on your social media and encourages you to use video more on Twitter with their auto-caption feature. JOIN OUR MAILING LIST!  https://jeffisfunny.com/mailing-list/ Buy me a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JeffDwoskinShow Jeff Dwoskin Presents: Crossing the Steams: Every Wednesday at 9:30 PM ET we are LIVE discussing the best TV shows to binge-watch. I'm joined by a panel of TV-watching experts. You don't want to miss the fun! (Watch past episodes) Watch Crossing the Steams LIVE: @bigmacher on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigmacher The Jeff Dwoskin Show on YouTube Subscribe to YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/CTSYouTubeSubscribe Follow Hashtag Roundup to tweet along with fun hashtags daily! https://twitter.com/HashtagRoundup Download the Hashtag Roundup app at https://app.hashtagroundup.com/ Follow Jeff Dwoskin: Jeff on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigmacher The Jeff Dwoskin Show: https://twitter.com/JeffDwoskinShow Podcast website: https://jeffisfunny.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/JeffDwoskinShow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sticks and Taps
Sticks and Taps - Sn. 2 - Ep. 8 - Paul Maurice, Covid Chaos, Ovechkin, This Day in Hockey, the Irish Toast and More!

Sticks and Taps

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 63:47


Sticks and Taps - Season 2 - Ep. 8 - December 17th, 2021Hockey talk and a bit of the Irish craic with NHL Historian/Author Liam Maguire and Go Hockey Media's Paul C. Cuthbert.Today Liam and Paul open up with all the Covid chaos, the sudden resignation of Paul Maurice, Bettman reduces Spezza's suspension, Ovechkin on the hunt for the power-play goal scoring lead and the Habs winning a game (with no fans of course).Liam takes us back to "This Day in Hockey" for some more Gretzky magic on December 17th and some special NHL birthdays.Paul then takes us through "This Week in Irish History" before the lads close out the show as always with an Irish toast on a personal note for Liam's friend and musician Les Emmerson of "5 Man Electrical Band" Stay healthy! Get it in to ya! Gidday! Slàinte!Follow everywhere @sticksandtaps.

The Intelligence
Money printer slow brrr: the Fed turns down the taps

The Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 20:40


America's central bank plans to pinch off its massive bond-buying programme much faster in a bid to stall inflation; our correspondent says it is perhaps a late-arriving signal—but a promising one. Loneliness is a growing problem in the rich world but seems particularly acute among American men. And why aged artists are increasingly taking over the December music charts.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Economist Radio
Money printer slow brrr: the Fed turns down the taps

Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 20:40


America's central bank plans to pinch off its massive bond-buying programme much faster in a bid to stall inflation; our correspondent says it is perhaps a late-arriving signal—but a promising one. Loneliness is a growing problem in the rich world but seems particularly acute among American men. And why aged artists are increasingly taking over the December music charts.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Truck Bryant Show
Sean McNeil Taps In!

The Truck Bryant Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 12:40


WVU's "Hot Boy" himself, Sean McNeil, joins the unmatched energy of Truck Bryant! Truck talks to his fellow Mountaineer about the current WVU season and much more in this episode of The Truck Bryant Show!

The QuackCast
QUACKCAST 561 - You are being manipulated

The QuackCast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 82:33


This interesting Quackcast topic was influenced by a DDer who has been subsumed by anti-CoVid conspiracy. This inspired me to delve into the reasons for the massive growth in these types of conspiracy and how the current state of the internet contributes to it. I had some theories, but I thought I should do some reading on the subject to see what the real reasons are rather than using guesses to fill the gaps like conspiracy thinkers tend to do. I was quite shocked by what I found. There are really three main parts to the problem: 1. Gate-keeping, personalisation and curation of our online communication and viewing by big tech companies. 2. This curation tends to have the effect of polarising us and making our views more extreme than they are 3. Groups use these factors to manipulate people through the use of bots (in the form of fake users), as well as paid users with several accounts. Gate keeping: The majority of our online interaction is through only a few large companies (Google, Facebook, Apple, TikTok, Twitter, Microsoft, Twitter, Amazon etc), they closely track every aspect of our online behavior and use it along with AI to customise and curate our online experience: the Facebook and Twitter feeds, suggested videos in YouTube, “personalised” Google search and so on, the same for the “friends” it suggests to us. None of that is nefarious or evil, it's just impersonal AI skewing what we see to keep us online longer and sell more ads. But this is also why their online services are free and often quite useful. It's actually quite crude and clunky, their AIs are terrible and obvious most of the time, suggested videos, news results, friends, product ads, and search results are just as often terrible as they can be useful. Polarisation: The friends, news stories, links, posts in Twitter and Facebook, videos on YouTube and TikTok that appear in our feeds are generally biased to what will get the most interaction and engagement from us; something that makes us angry like politics, or happy like celeb news for example. Researchers investigated this by creating neutral bots on Twitter. Beginning with “liking” the first random things suggested to them by Twitter, they then randomly “liked” subsequent things Twitter suggested to them. Each time Twitter would base what it suggested next on what had been liked, which meant that the neutral bots gradually had more and more extreme versions of whatever was initially randomly liked. If the initial thing had a slightly left leaning bent, in the end the suggestions were extreme and the same for right-wing and so on. In this way social media has a default tendency to radicalise us. This is part of the reason online debate is so polarised. Manipulation: The Problem is that it's very easy to manipulate this system and us as a consequence. It's very cheap to set up millions of bots as fake people and give them user accounts. I'm sure you've occasionally seen suspicious accounts that have tried to add you as a friend, people with names and preferences that don't fit their profile photos, these are generally poor people in West Africa and Pakistan who're paid to set up multiple profiles, basically the human version of bots, in an effort to circumvent anti-bot security measures. The purpose of these fake accounts is manifold. They can be used to skew the kinds of news people see, spread fake rumours, sell products and scams, increase the profiles of certain people etc. This is done by having them all share the same phrases, hash tags, and links, and liking things, that in turn tricks the AIs that curate and personalise your feeds and searches into suggesting what the bots have promoted. Researches have documented this activity from Russian and Chinese state controlled bot farms, it's also been the tactic of Islamic State (ISIL) to attract and radicalise people, spammers, scammers like Natural News and Mercola who sell fake health products and diet scams, multi level marketers, hackers, angry conspiracy theorists with agendas like the antivaxer crowd, and even just people out to make money from advertising with fake clickbait news stories about celebrities- You've all seen and clicked on those terrible ads at the bottom of news stories run by Zergnet, Taboola, and Outbrain. These always lead to low quality, often fake stories with lists that you click through. They're harmless but time wasting. If you lacked scruples you could also use those tactics to increase the profile of your webcomic! In fact we can see it in the small scale in the way webcomic hosts like Taps and Webtoons manipulate their audiences: only recommending certain types of comic to them, promoting only those comics on their main page and elsewhere etc, this in turn forces creators to produce comics which look and feel the same way because it seems the only alternative available. Online VS the real world It's very important to remember that the online world Vs real world is a false dichotomy. There is ONLY the real-world. The internet is only a form of communication, but it is the dominant and most important form of communication which is why this stuff is so very important and dangerous. It has real world consequences, as seen with CoVid-19 conspiracies, Pizzagate and the invasion of the Capitol building, this idiocy results in mass deaths. Sites like Twitter, Youtube, Tiktok, and Facebook have been great sources of citizen journalism and alternative news, but unfortunately they're now very simple to manipulate and control. Where once they were a great alternative to polarising mainstream media, now that usefulness has been compromised. Personally I'm all for neutrality and fact checking which is why I financially support the Web Archive, Skeptoid Media, Wikipedia, Snopes, and The Skeptics Guide to the Universe (I bought their book). None of these sites get it right all the time, but they actively try to and they provide valuable resources for the rest of us to try and help keep the world honest and agenda free. This week Gunwallace has given us the theme to The Ham - a quiet country road… golden sun rays barely caress the shadowed trees through the cold morning mist. An old truck bounces and jounces along on stiff suspension, past brushing branches, roaring through the stillness. Beautifully evocative notes draw us in, then the tune excites with plucked banjo and burning, distorted electric guitar. Topics and shownotes Links Sources: In Defense of Truth - https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/usdoepub/377/ Social Bots and Social Media Manipulation in 2020: The Year in Review - https://arxiv.org/abs/2102.08436 Fake Online News Spreads Through Social Echo Chambers - https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/fake-online-news-spreads-through-social-echo-chambers/ Artificial Intelligence and Echo Chambers - https://www.counterterrorismgroup.com/post/artificial-intelligence-and-echo-chambers Neutral bots probe political bias on social media - https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-021-25738-6 Skeptoid Media - https://skeptoid.com Featured comic: Pep Squad - https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/news/2021/dec/07/featured-comic-pep-squad/ Featured music: The Ham - https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/the_ham/ - by Hansrickheit, rated M. Special thanks to: Gunwallace - http://www.virtuallycomics.com Tantz Aerine - https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/user/Tantz_Aerine/ Ozoneocean - https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/user/ozoneocean Banes - https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/user/Banes/ VIDEO exclusive! Become a subscriber on the $5 level and up to see our weekly Patreon video and get our advertising perks! - https://www.patreon.com/DrunkDuck Even at $1 you get your name with a link on the front page and a mention in the weekend newsposts! Join us on Discord - https://discordapp.com/invite/7NpJ8GS

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 204: Wire Taps—Energy Guy Worried About ROI. Columbia ED Candidate Targeting Round 2. Latam Candidate Might Rethink Target Programs.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 35:40


Alex and Graham are back amidst the whirlwind of R1 decisions from Harvard, Stanford, Tuck, Kellogg, Emory, Darden, Michigan, Georgetown, and more! Our hosts preview MIT and Wharton R1 decisions (coming later this week) and remind listeners to drop by Clubhouse this Thursday at 12 pm ET for some R1 results chatter. As to our featured candidates this week, first up is a Chemical Engineer targeting admissions for next season. This 'early bird' has plenty of time to fine tune their application, which might include improving their GMAT from 710 to the 740s (their prediction). They also have a very strong undergrad record, and their work experience also appears impressive, suggesting they have opportunities at M7 programs. Alex and Graham address their ROI concerns and myth-bust the notion “under targeting” to gain scholarship money. WireTaps candidate #2 is a Taiwanese candidate who already has an offer at Columbia, from their ED round. Should they be targeting programs in Round 2? Alex and Graham explore the options, pros, cons, risks, and ethics.... Finally, our hosts review a Latin American candidate who probably could improve her school target list; there is a big gap between her top targets (Harvard and Stanford) and remaining choices (Top 16 programs.) This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced in West Philadelphia by the amazing Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen, and to tip your servers!

Sticks and Taps
Sticks and Taps - Sn. 2 - Ep. 7 - New Orleans. Trouba, Spezza, Ogie, Front Office Moves, This Day in Hockey and the Irish Toast!

Sticks and Taps

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 113:43


Sticks and Taps - Season 2 - Ep. 7 - December 10th, 2021Hockey talk and a bit of the Irish craic with NHL Historian/Author Liam Maguire and Go Hockey Media's Paul C. Cuthbert.Today Liam and Paul open up tales of Paul's recent trip to New Orleans and Liam's upcoming live shows before discussing New York Rangers Jacob Trouba's recent big hits, Spezza's suspension and the Leafs/Jets game, hitting in the NHL, officiating, Turks' tough Rangers, tales of Bill (Ogie) Goldthorpe, all the latest coaching and front office moves, what's up with Arizona, is Quebec calling and are the Minnesota Wild for real?Liam takes us back to "This Day in Hockey" to acknowledge the Montreal Canadiens and Montreal Maroons first game on December 10th, 1924 and some amazing December 10th stats from "The Great One" Wayne Gretzky.Paul and Liam close out the show as always with an Irish toast on a personal note for Paulie with the passing of his Irish Uncle Gerry and a tale about the "Shamrock Painters."Stay healthy! Get it in to ya! Gidday! Slàinte!Follow everywhere @sticksandtaps.

Red, Blue, and Brady
162: How Military Members -- and Communities -- Can Help Prevent Firearm Suicide

Red, Blue, and Brady

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 35:59


Every day in the US, about 17 veterans die by suicide, and 12 of those 17 veterans (68%) die from a self-inflicted firearm injury. These veterans leave behind a large community of family, friends, and colleagues who are left with big, painful questions. To discuss how to better understand this loss, how to help the bereaved with their grief, and to prevent other suicides, hosts  Kelly and JJ are joined by Dr. Carla Stumpf Patton  (Ed.D., LMHC, NCC, FT, CCTP).  Dr. Carla Stumpf Patton is the  Director of Suicide Postvention Programs of TAPS, the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, an organization which provides  comfort, care and resources to all those grieving the death of a military loved one.  Mentioned in this podcast:Firearm Suicide Risk Among Veterans and Military Service Members (Brady)Postvention is key to suicide prevention (Vantage Point)Coping During the Holidays (TAPS) Healing Your Grieving Heart: Embrace Self-Care this Holiday Season (TAPS)Survivors Helping Survivors Heal (TAPS)For more information on Brady, follow us on social media @Bradybuzz or visit our website at bradyunited.org.Full transcripts and bibliographies of this episode are available at bradyunited.org/podcast.National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.Music provided by: David “Drumcrazie” CurbySpecial thanks to Hogan Lovells for their long-standing legal support℗&©2019 Red, Blue, and BradySupport the show (https://www.bradyunited.org/donate)Support the show (https://www.bradyunited.org/donate)

That's Not Spit, It's Condensation!
#140: Michael Mergen

That's Not Spit, It's Condensation!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 86:33


Our sponsor: Houghton Horns - Use code "Mergen" for 10% off all trumpet accessorieswww.houghtonhorns.comHoughton Horns virtual equipment consultation video -Equipment consultationKnown for his strong and beautiful sound, Mergen is currently a member of the trumpet/cornet section of “The President's Own” United States Marine Band. He also performs with the Blossom Festival Band in Ohio and is a founding member of Valor Brass. In addition, Mergen has performed with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, D.C., the Washington Symphonic Brass, the Singapore Symphony in the Republic of Singapore, the Harrisburg Symphony in Pennsylvania and the Choral Arts Society of Washington. He was a Fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox, Massachusetts, and attended the Aspen Music Festival. He has worked with conductors Seiji Ozawa, Leonard Slatkin, Osmo Vanska, John Williams and Bramwell Tovey.Dedicated to education, Mergen currently serves as guest artist and applied faculty at the Penn State Honors Music Institute teaching trumpet. In addition, he has given numerous master classes at world-class institutions including The Juilliard School, University of Michigan, Eastman School of Music, University of Illinois and many others. He has brought his passion for music education to middle and high schools in the Washington D.C. area as part of the Marine Band's “Music in the Schools Initiative,” formulating a rich program for brass quintets, which he has led in numerous performances. Mergen also maintains a studio of private trumpet students.As an active soloist, Mergen's solo performances include numerous appearances with the “The President's Own” United States Marine Band and most recently with the Allentown Band, which was televised in Pennsylvania. He sounded Taps for the White House moment of silence in observance of 9/11 in 2018 and 2019 as well as the 2017 nationally televised Memorial Day Concert at the US Capitol. He also co-commissioned Hanging by a Thread, a four-movement work for solo trumpet and solo tuba with wind ensemble by James Stephenson and with his brother Paul gave the U.S. premiere with the DePauw University Concert Band in 2018. Recordings of his solo performances can be heard on both the “The President's Own” United States Marine Band YouTube channel and website. Additional non-solo recordings include numerous volumes of the U.S. Marine Band's annual recording as well as the Valor Brass recording Inaugural.Mergen began his musical journey at age nine. His early studies included The Juilliard School Pre-College and the Kinhaven Music School summer program. He received his Bachelor in Music degree in both Trumpet Performance and Music Education from the University of Michigan, his Master of Music degree in Trumpet Performance from Eastman School of Music, and he completed the Doctor of Music Arts degree in Performance from The Catholic University of America in 2008. He is honored to have studied with Charles Daval, Charles Geyer and the late Armando Ghitalla.A lifelong learner, when not performing or teaching, Mergen further channels his passion for music into creating arrangements for brass quintet and trumpet ensemble, and exploring the history of the trumpet and cornet.Support the show (https://thatsnotspit.com/support/)

Cloud N Clear
EP 114 / AUTOMATION ANYWHERE TAPS SADA TO OPTIMIZE THEIR ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION ON GCP

Cloud N Clear

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 32:10


STOP & LISTEN! #CloudNClear steps into the future as this exciting episode highlights another SADA customer and #roboticprocessautomation (RPA) company, Automation Anywhere. Their focus is on increasing #productivity and ROI for organizations with their #cloud-native platform approach to #automate #businessprocess. Miles Ward, CTO, SADA, steps in as host to speak with Anoop Tripathi, VP of #Engineering, Automation Anywhere. This discussion explores the vast possibilities of #RPA when coupled with a #cloud-native approach and how Automation Anywhere is leaning on SADA to help deliver intelligent #processautomation with the help of SADA and #GoogleCloud.   Host: Miles Ward Guests: Anoop Tripathi   Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cloudnclear https://twitter.com/SADA https://twitter.com/milesward Connect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sada/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/milesward/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/anooptripathi/

Book Broads
It's Our First Anniversary! Reflecting on One Year of Book Broads

Book Broads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 22:45


*Taps microphone* Is this thing on??? Is anyone still out there??? Thanks for sticking with us as we get back into the swing of things here at Book Broads! We are so excited to be celebrating our one year anniversary of the podcast. In this episode, we reflect on all we've accomplished, what we've learned, what we've read, and what we're excited for in the future. Follow us on Instagram!

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 202: Wire Taps—Global Citizen in the Food Delivery Biz. Japanese-based candidate in Private Equity. ORM with super GPA, is Round 2 going to hurt?

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 35:24


As decisions for Round 1 candidates begin to roll out, Alex and Graham discuss the activity seen on MBA LiveWire last week (Booth, LBS and Yale SOM).  They also cover this upcoming week, with Harvard and Stanford decisions leading the way. Graham also notes the new adcom Q&A with David Simpson, from London Business School and takes a moment to thank site users for submitting interview reports, a clear signal that interview season for Round 1 is (pretty much) over. Our hosts them move on to tackle the profiles of three ApplyWire entries. First up, we have a global citizen, who has made a very interesting career pivot into the food delivery business (think: UberEats, et al). Are their lack of current ECs an issue for the very top programs? Next, we have a Japanese-based candidate who looks to have done very well at work. Do they risk being too unidimensional, or can they also highlight other aspects of their candidacy? Finally, we have a US-based candidate from an over-represented population. Outstanding GPA, promotions at work, and decent GMAT might hint at top 16 programs, but is applying in Round 2 going to hurt them? A new GMAT might add a lot... This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced by Dennis Crowley in glorious West Philadelphia. Thanks for listening and please remember to rate, review, and share this podcast! Best wishes to everyone waiting on admissions outcomes this week!

The Life Box Media Channel Radio Podcast
Frank Myers - Interview - Talks - TAPS Organization Helping Our Veterans - New Album - LOVE LIVES ON

The Life Box Media Channel Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 37:22


We Have The Pleasure Of Having Grammy Award Winning Frank Myers Returning On The Life Box Media Channel Radio Podcast We Talk About His Incredible Career Including Putting Together A Fantastic Album With Some Incredible Iconic Music Guest To Benefit The Non - Profit Organization TAPS Which Stands For Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors The Album Titled - LOVE LIVES ON - Along With Frank Myers The Album Includes Songs By Vince Gill, Lonestar & Friends All-4-One The Gatlin Brothers • Paul Overstreet Billy Ray Cyrus • Eddy Raven • Mark Plummer • Lee Roy Parnell Andy Griggs Pam Tillis Dave Fenley John Rich Deborah Allen Randy Montana The Stars Who Sing On This Album Are Great BUT The Stories And People Behind Each Song Are As Heart Touching As You Could Ever Imagine This Is A One Of A Kind Album Available In CD And Vinyl Form And A Great Gift To Buy The Album - LOVE LIVES ON - Click Here https://shop.taps.org/collections/books-and-media/products/love-lives-on-album?variant=32179732480096 To Donate Or Find Out More Information ABOUT TAPS Or To Find Out How TAPS Can Help Someone You Know Click HERE https://www.taps.org/mission For More On Frank Myers And His Music Go To https://www.frankmyersmusic.com/ Go Enjoy Frank Myers Brank New Music Video - IF EVERYDAY WAS CHRISTMAS - HERE - https://youtu.be/ymw6T1VEEVU Thank You To Bev Moser Of B!Noticed P R For Arranging This Great Interview THANK YOU To Our Listeners And Our Fans In All 61 Countries For Enjoying The Life Box Media Channel Radio Podcast THANK YOU Please Comment FOLLOW LIKE And SUBSCRIBE To Our Show And All Of Our Social Media TheLifeBoxMediaChannel.com https://linktr.ee/TheLifeBoxMediaChannel Thank You God Bless Episode # 316

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3216 - UAW Changes Election Process; Renault Holds Hackathon to Reduce Carbon Footprint; Toyota Taps BYD's Blade Battery

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 8:26


- Inventory Levels Up Slightly in November - UAW Changes How it Elects Leaders - Renault Holds Hackathon to Help Reduce Carbon Footprint - Toyota Developing BEV w/ BYD's Blade Battery - Top Chinese EV Startups - BEVs As a Percent of Total Sales - Magna to Supply Mercedes with Hybrid DCT - Bosch Starting Silicon Carbide Chip Production - VW Taigo Goes on Sale in Europe

Autoline Daily
AD #3216 - UAW Changes Election Process; Renault Holds Hackathon to Reduce Carbon Footprint; Toyota Taps BYD's Blade Battery

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 8:27


- Inventory Levels Up Slightly in November- UAW Changes How it Elects Leaders- Renault Holds Hackathon to Help Reduce Carbon Footprint- Toyota Developing BEV w/ BYD's Blade Battery- Top Chinese EV Startups- BEVs As a Percent of Total Sales- Magna to Supply Mercedes with Hybrid DCT- Bosch Starting Silicon Carbide Chip Production- VW Taigo Goes on Sale in Europe

Laimės dieta
Laimės dieta. Vaikas, kuris skaito, taps suaugusiuoju, kuris mąsto. Pokalbis su vaikų rašytoju Tomu Dirgėla

Laimės dieta

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 50:27


Apie tai, kur žymeklius savo gyvenimo knygoje yra susidėjęs vienas mylimiausių ir populiariausių jaunosios kartos lietuvių vaikų rašytojų Tomas Dirgėla.Ved. Rimantė Kulvinskytė

Lore Of Legends
- "Udyr taps into his wild side"

Lore Of Legends

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 59:58


This week we cover the lore, voice lines and lore of Udyr!

The Morning Mix
Matthew McConaughey taps out of Governor race in Texas!

The Morning Mix

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 2:45


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Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 201: Wire Taps—Deferred candidate with Cannabis Biz! Should they aim higher? Is the GRE score the outlier?

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 40:45


Graham and Alex are back with some belated Thanksgiving wishes, tips for R1 nerves, and a breakdown of the highly impressive Michigan/Ross employment report and Vanderbilt and Georgetown class profiles. As usual, our hosts also provide key advice to a set of real candidates. First up, a deferred enrollment applicant in their junior year appears to be doing everything right in terms of academic performance, campus leadership and entrepreneurship. They've still got to ace the test, but is their Cannabis business opportunity a 'high' risk venture? Next, our hosts discuss a candidate who has gone six for six in terms of interview invites in Round 1; should they be targeting higher profile programs in Round 2? Finally, Alex and Graham discuss a candidate who appears to have outstanding work experience and is seeking a one-year MBA. But, is one-year the best option, and should she consider retaking the GRE? This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced by Dennis Crowley in glorious West Philadelphia. Thanks for remembering to rate and review the show wherever you may listen!

Lovett or Leave It
Biden Taps That Gas

Lovett or Leave It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 74:08


It's Thanksgiving weekend and there's room for you at the kids' table as comedian Naomi Ekperigin digs into the week in news, and reminds us to save a seat for Corn Pop. Astronaut Scott Kelly tells us about more than astronaut ice cream, and Jon and Tommy take things personally in the Newlywed Game. Then Alexis Wilson, Moshe Kasher, Tre'vell Anderson, Maria Bamford, and Ricky Velez gather 'round to enjoy a slice out of the Rant Wheel. For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/lovettorleaveit.  For a transcript of this episode, please email transcripts@crooked.com and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Horror Brain Podcast
Let The Right One In (2008)

Horror Brain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 72:29


Hello Everyone!!!Before we jump into the description of this, this is our final episode of Horror Brain Podcast. Thank you to all of those that listened to us, the new listeners that came in, and to all the lovers of horror out there. A million thank yous!!!!Taps on the walls, blood from your pores, and an undead best friend with a healthy helping of nuance. Yes, we're getting into the damn near-perfect Swedish film adaptation, Let The Right One In (2008). There's so much to unpack with this film and by the end, there will be many ways to look at this; such as, the quiet things that aren't said but the eyes portraying the meanings, the lack of music enhancing the overall film, the scars, the coldness of personalities being set in the 1980s during winter in Sweden. Believe us when we say it all fits together in telling an original vampire tale. Remember, keep on watching horror!

World Business Report
US taps Strategic Petroleum Reserve

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 26:19


US President Biden has been speaking about the state of economy. And, in a bid to bring down energy prices, the United States is to release fifty million barrels of oil from its strategic reserves. The action is being taken simultaneously with several other countries, and we assess the likelihood of success of the move at curbing inflation. Also in the programme, you'd imagine winning the lottery and spending the winnings would be an incredible feeling. But not for a nursery in Southern Mexico. Parents say they are being threatened by a gang following their $950,000 win - many have fled the area. Plus, we meet the so-called scambaiters who are taking revenge on telephone scammers. Rosie Okumura tells us why she tries to keep callers on the line whilst recording the calls and releasing them on social media. Monica Vaca is acting deputy director of the US Federal Trade Commission's bureau of consumer protection, and discusses what they are doing to try and tackle scam callers. And Mark Button, professor of security and fraud at the University of Portsmouth, reminds us that many scam callers are engaged in the activity under pressure from organised criminals.

The News & Why It Matters
Ep 912 | Biden Admin Attempts To LOWER Gas Prices, Taps Into OIL RESERVE

The News & Why It Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 44:56


President Biden taps into our oil reserve in an effort to combat the increasing gas prices. Is that really the best way to go about this issue though? Australia's Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner says they are transferring people who test positive for COVID to quarantine camps. Despite the man who hit over 50 people with his car in Waukesha out on bail, AOC argues about the problem of "excessive bails." Maybe not the best time to bring that up. And lastly, Colorado drops the term "sex offender" to avoid hurting the feelings of... sex offenders. Disclaimer: The content of this episode does not provide medical advice. Please seek the advice of local health officials for any COVID-19 and/or COVID vaccine related questions & concerns. Today's Sponsors: Using its proprietary app and laser bullet, iTarget Pro will allow you to safely practice with your actual firearm in the convenience, privacy, and safety of your own home. Right now, get 10% off PLUS FREE SHIPPING with the offer code NEWS at https://www.itargetpro.com/ If you're trying to stay fit and healthy, Built Bar is the answer. Go to https://built.com/ and use promo code NEWS15 to save 15% off your next order. There's a new documentary film out right now called “Enemies Within the Church”, a film that the compromised Evangelical establishment does not want you to see. It exposes the people who are selling out the Church to postmodernism – and, of course, all the money behind it! Buy the DVD or purchase the PPV streaming at https://enemieswithinthechurch.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

World Business Report
UPDATE: US taps Strategic Petroleum Reserve

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 15:22


US President Biden has been speaking about the state of economy. And, in a bid to bring down energy prices, the United States is to release fifty million barrels of oil from its strategic reserves. The action is being taken simultaneously with several other countries, and we assess the likelihood of success of the move at curbing inflation. Also in the programme, you'd imagine winning the lottery and spending the winnings would be an incredible feeling. But not for a nursery in Southern Mexico. Parents say they are being threatened by a gang following their $950,000 win - many have fled the area.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 200: Wire Taps—Should I Still Apply This Year? Do I Have Enough Work Experience? I Need Help with My Quant Score!

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 33:48


We are excited to mark another milestone with our 200th podcast episode! Alex and Graham are here to celebrate the occasion in style with another installment of Wire Taps, in which they dish out some fun facts and figures about the history of the Clear Admit podcast as well as the usual slate of MBA admissions advice to current applicants. In terms of those candidates, our hosts review an Indian applicant who now resides in Canada, and is seeking an MBA to start a consulting career. Some of the challenges he faces include making good sense of his career path to date, which features an undergraduate degree in dentistry, a graduate degree in human resources, and several different work experiences. Compounding his challenges, he will likely need to retake his GRE, which currently sits at 310. Next, our hosts discuss a candidate who graduated more recently from undergrad, but appears to have a very strong foundation in terms of impact at work, over three years. This, combined with an outstanding 339 GRE, would appear to open doors at top programs. Finally, Alex and Graham discuss a candidate from Nigeria, and frankly, wonder if he shouldn't seek out some more higher profile programs, to complement the four he is already targeting. This episode was recorded near the set of the latest Game of Thrones spin-off, and not far from the fabulous adventures of Amélie Poulain. It was produced by Dennis Crowley in the city that both John Coltrane and Sun Ra called home at varying points in their careers. Thanks for rating and reviewing this podcast wherever you listen!

KCSN: Mizzou Athletics
Making Mizzou LIVE From Taps On Main

KCSN: Mizzou Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 55:23


Martin Rucker and Tommy Saunders go live from Taps on Main to talk about the Missouri Tigers upcoming matchup against the Florida Gators. Martin and Tommy talk to Jeff Wolfert and Colin Brown prior to kickoff. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/

Dad's Guide to Twins
High Risk Twin Pregnancy (TTTS and TAPS) with Anton Mykhaylov – Podcast 252

Dad's Guide to Twins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 46:15


Episode 252 of the Dad's Guide to Twins Podcast Show Notes Today we continue our father of twins interview series ... Read more

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 199: Wire Taps—Underrepresented in Eastern Europe, How to Pitch a Pivot, First-Gen GPA Blues

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 36:06


This week Graham and Alex make some must-see TV recommendations, before diving into discussion about MBA interviews, Real Humans b-school student stories, and Clear Admit's fall applicant survey. Speaking of the survey, you can take it here, and win one of twenty-five $25 Amazon gift cards we are giving away: https://bit.ly/cafall2021survey . As to the Wire Taps candidates this week, Graham and Alex deliver some critical advice on the power of geography and how it can help candidates stand out - albeit with some limitations. They also review a candidate with somewhat limited work experience who's goals could be perceived as a bit of a stretch for admissions readers. And finally, our hosts look at a first-generation-to-college applicant who is facing a GPA hurdle, but may have enough elsewhere in her profile to be competitive for top-16 programs. This episode was recorded in the City of Light and the Land of King Arthur. It was produced in the City of Brotherly Love by Dennis Crowley. Thanks for telling all of your friends and family about the podcast, and for rating and reviewing wherever you may listen!

The County 10 Podcast
Mayoral Proclamation, Senator Barrasso, more at the 2021 LVHS Veterans Day Celebration

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 3:09


(Lander, WY) - Lander Valley High School (LVHS) held the annual Veterans Day Celebration for 2021 on Thursday, November 11th, at the Bob Carey Memorial Fieldhouse. County 10 photo. The event began with a welcoming address from LVHS Student Body President Ross Anderson, followed by the presentation of Colors by the LVHS Military Science class, and the singing of the National Anthem by the Lander Valley Singers. LVHS Student Body President Ross Anderson welcomes the crowd. County 10 photo. LVHS Military Science class Color presentation. County 10 photo. The Lander Valley Singers perform the National Anthem. County 10 photo. After the singing of the National Anthem, Ross honored and recognized the Veterans, and presented the first speaker of the event, Junior Ani Kincaid. Veterans in attendance. County 10 photo Veterans in attendance. County 10 photo Junior Ani Kincaid shared moments both personal and historical, thanking the Veterans "from the bottom of her heart." County 10 photo. There wasn't a dry eye in the fieldhouse when it was time for Mayor Monte Richardson's Proclamation of November 11th, 2021 as Wendell R. 'Dick' Hudson Day. Wendell R. 'Dick' Hudson Day Proclamation. h/t City of Lander image. Mayor Richardson presents Hudson with the official Proclamation. County 10 photo. Mayor Richardson presents Hudson with the official Proclamation. County 10 photo. Hudson's daughters Jennifer Schaff and Candice Hudson told of Wendell's story, and in true humble Veteran fashion, he wanted to use this time as a spotlight for fellow Lander military member Frank Rossi, whom he met while stationed in Ft. Hood. Jennifer shared that her father went his whole life without Frank ever mentioning that he had received three Bronze Star Medals, and Wendell wanted this take the opportunity to showcase the sacrifices those have made who are no longer with us. Jennifer Schaff and Candice Hudson speak and honor their father Wendell. County 10 photo. Once the Proclamation had been made, Sophmore Sandra St. Clair addressed the crowd, and the 307 Alliance drumming group performed 'Honor Song.' Sandra St. Clair shared stories of her family members who served in the military, and also expressed gratitude to all service members. County 10 photo. 307 Alliance drummers/singers. County 10 photo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tldR1Vy0CPw 307 Alliance performs 'Honor Song' U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) was also in attendance at the ceremony, and shared Wyoming's deep history in connection to the U.S. Military. U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) addresses the crowd. County 10 had the chance for a quick chat with Senator Barrasso before the ceremony began, take a listen below. Senator Barrasso also presented each Veteran in attendance with a Military Challenge Coin in honor of their service. Senator Barrasso presents local Veterans with Military Challenge Coins. County 10 photo. Senator Barrasso presents local Veterans with Military Challenge Coins. County 10 photo. Senator Barrasso presents local Veterans with Military Challenge Coins. County 10 photo. Once Senator Barrasso was done with his speech, it was time for the Cannon Firing and playing of 'Taps,' as well as the retiring of the Colors. Cannon fire. County 10 photo. Cannon fire. County 10 photo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eep7DcgZ_U8 LVHS Seniors Ramsey Eckhardt and Kephas Olsson perform 'Taps.' Retiring of the Colors. County 10 photo. Check out some more photos from the celebration below. County 10 photo. County 10 photo. County 10 photo. County 10 photo. County 10 photo. County 10 photo. County 10 photo. Thank you for your service Veterans! View all of County 10's 2021 Veterans Day coverage here.

Radio Sweden
Speaker taps Andersson as PM candidate, Lundin Oil war crime indictment, school attack trial ends, Georgia-Sweden in World Cup qualifier

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 2:22


A round-up of the main headlines on November 11th 2021. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Producer: Frank Radosevich Presenter: Sujay Dutt

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
RFT 549: Marine Corps Birthday/Veteran's Day

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 9:16


In the battle for Iwo Jima, 7000 marines were killed and 20,000 wounded. From az central: It's an image seared into the American consciousness. After four days of fierce fighting on the tiny Pacific island of Iwo Jima during World War II, part of the United States' “island hopping” strategy to defeat the Japanese after retaking the Philippines, six U.S. Marines climb the highest peak of the 8-square-mile outpost and plant an American flag. One helmet-clad Marine holds the post in place amid the rubble, while the others thrust the stars and stripes toward the smoke- and cloud-pocked sky; a triumphant moment captured by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal. The photo would publish nationwide to great fanfare two days later on Sunday, Feb. 25, 1945, and prove that, yes, we can win the war. Rosenthal would later win a Pulitzer Prize for Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, and the U.S. Postal Service would affix the image on a 3-cent stamp. From my author website: November 10, 1969 I was sitting in the Doom Club with a couple of the other Covey FACs. The weather had been especially lousy, with squall line thunderstorms over the mountains between DaNang and Laos. Because of the weather either over the target area or over our route to the AO, we hadn't flown any missions in several days. We were getting antsy, and spent most of our time bitching. And drinking. We were about to order another round of drinks, when in walked a Marine Lieutenant. It was Lieutenant Royce! “Who wants to help celebrate the Marine Corps birthday?” he bellowed. I got the impression he'd already started celebrating a bit earlier. When he saw me, his eyes lit up. “Lieutenant! Great to see you. I have a jeep outside, and I can take five of you.” “I'm ready!” I answered, “Let's go.” Three other guys joined me in piling into the jeep for a quick, albeit dangerous, drive to Camp DaNang, the Marine outpost. When we arrived we spilled out and went into the Marine Officer's Club. The Marines didn't know how to live in luxury, but they sure knew how to throw a party. All the booze we could drink. All the food, great food, we could eat. Steak, lobster, shrimp. We had a ball. Like every other time I got shit-faced drunk, I blacked out. I think I had a good time. Next thing I knew, someone was shaking me. “Lieutenant. Wake up.” It was Royce. I felt like crap. I lifted my head and looked around. I was on a canvas cot. “It's 0500 hours,” Royce proclaimed, “Let's go for a run.” “I, I think I'll pass,” I responded. “Okay. If you want to wash up, here's a basin.” He handed me an empty helmet. All I could think was, “You gotta be shitting me.” I thanked Royce and hitched a ride back to DaNang. Damn, those Marines knew how to throw a party! From Today: A sacred part of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier usually only visited by presidents and foreign dignitaries is open to the public this week in honor of the 100th anniversary of the memorial dedicated to America's unidentified war casualties. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza on the hallowed ground of Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia is usually reserved for the sentinels who stand guard and presidents and other dignitaries presenting a wreath or flowers. Ahead of Veterans Day on Thursday, the American public is being given the chance to step forward on the plaza and pay their respects by placing flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The special opportunity is available on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST by registering online in advance. TODAY's Craig Melvin traveled to the site of the sacred white marble sarcophagus to speak with a gold star mother who regularly visits Arlington as well as a senior member of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, known as “The Old Guard,” who keep watch day and night at the tomb. The memorial was dedicated on Nov. 11, 1921, after the remains of an unidentified soldier from World War I were exhumed from a military cemetery in France, flown to the United States, and buried in a ceremony officiated by President Warren G. Harding. Remains of unidentified soldiers from World War II and the Korean War were later interred at the tomb in the 1950s. The remains of a Vietnam War veteran were buried there in 1984, but they were exhumed in 1998 and buried at a Missouri military cemetery at the request of the soldier's family after he was positively identified as Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Joseph Blassie, according to the Arlington National Cemetery website. Cindy Chip, whose son Sgt. Michael Hardegree died while serving in Iraq in 2007, is among the more than 12,000 people who have signed up so far to lay flowers at the tomb on Tuesday and Wednesday. "We don't know that soldier's name," she told Craig on TODAY Tuesday. "We don't know anything about him except that he was an American soldier and he gave his life for his country. And we will never forget him. "And every mother in her heart, that is what we want to say. Just don't forget them. Just don't forget that he lived. And that's what that tomb says to me. This country will never forget it." From my author website: Saying Goodbye To A Friend Posted on April 15, 2015 I buried a friend yesterday. At this age, that's not terribly unusual. What made this different is that Rick Chorlins was killed 45 years ago, and his remains have finally been brought home. Rick and I were close when we were cadets at the Air  Force Academy. Then, in 1967, graduation sent us in different directions, and we didn't meet up again until late 1969. I was stationed at DaNang Air Base, South Vietnam, and had wangled a good-deal trip to Thailand for a few days. I was going to go for an orientation ride on a C-130 Airborne Command and Control Center (ABCCC), call-sign Moonbeam. It was a chance to get away from the unrelenting nightly rocket attacks, and see locals who were not burdened by war and who knew how to smile. I arrived at Nakon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, called NKP, and headed to the Officers Club. And there, standing at the bar, was Rick, along with another classmate I hadn't seen in over two years, Bob Moore. Meeting up with old friends after a long time is always fun. Running into them unexpectedly on the other side of the world is really special. We hung around together the entire night. After a few drinks, we had dinner, then went back to their hootch and caught up with what had been happening in our lives. We had all gotten married since we last saw each other. Rick had gotten a Master's Degree. Bob had become a father. We swapped war stories. I told them what it was like to be a Forward Air Controller, and they told me what it was like to fly the A-1 in combat. Truth be told, I felt like I was the kid and they were the grown-ups. I was flying a dinky little O-2A Skymaster, while they were flying the Skyraider, a gigantic, fire-breathing tail-dragger with a round engine that carried thousands of pounds of bombs under its wings and dueled with enemy gunners for a living. They were real fighter pilots. After hours of shooting down our watches with our hands, we said our good-byes and vowed to get together again, at some unknown time in the future. Great guys. If you've read Hamfist Over The Trail, this story might sound familiar. Chapter 28 is the fictionalized account of my meeting up with Bob and Rick. Dave and Dick in the book are the fictional characters representing the real-life Rick and Bob. Bob was killed the next week . A few months later, Rick was shot down and he was listed as KIA, but his remains were not recovered. Until now. After 45 years, Rick came home. His remains had been discovered in Laos in 2003 and sent to Hawaii, where DNA testing finally confirmed it was Rick. Rick was buried at the Air Force Academy cemetery with full military honors, including a 21-gun salute, a missing-man fly-by, and the solemn playing of Taps. Generals presented flags to his two surviving relatives, his sisters, Cheryl and Toby. Then we all gathered together at a restaurant to tell Rick stories. And we all had a really great time, reminiscing about Rick's great sense of humor, his intelligence, and his dedication to duty. It was a great Celebration of Life. And it was also a solemn reminder of the sacrifices the families of servicemen faced, and continue to face, when they send their loved ones off to war. They wait at home, never knowing if the sound of the closing car door in the street is a neighbor coming home or a military staff car with a Colonel and a Chaplain coming to bring news that will change their lives forever. That happened 58,286 times during the Vietnam War. Eighteen on my classmates were lost in Southeast Asia. Five have still not been found.

The Truck Bryant Show
Deuce McBride Taps In!

The Truck Bryant Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 11:16


It's a Mountaineer reunion! Truck Bryant welcomes New York Knick's his Mountaineer brother, and New York Knicks player, Deuce McBride to the show! This episode is sponsored by none other than Truck Bryant's own Cleaning Crew - now servicing homes and businesses across Morgantown and the surrounding areas!

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 197: Wire Taps—Do I Need Awards?, Should I Aim Higher in R2?, Can a 760 GMAT Address a 2.9 GPA?

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 37:20


In the midst of R1 interview craziness, Alex and Graham take a pause to break down the Class of 2023 profiles at MIT Sloan and CMU Tepper, and then turn their attention to the recently published NYU Stern employment report. Our hosts also highlight an important survey about the MBA application process that Clear Admit has just launched, which we encourage all podcast listeners to take ASAP: https://bit.ly/cafall2021survey Before diving into the WireTaps candidates, Graham also tells Alex about a deferred enrollment event he's leading on Wednesday, November 10th at 12 pm ET with admissions reps from Yale SOM, Wharton, Columbia, Chicago Booth, CMU Tepper, UVA Darden, and Berkeley Haas (sign up here: https://bit.ly/cadeferredenrollment ). In terms of admissions lessons, this episode sheds light on the mystery of the 'Honors & Awards' section in the MBA application forms, the importance of going after the very best programs, and to what extent a 760 GMAT can counter a sub-3.0 GPA. This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced by Dennis Crowley in glorious West Philadelphia. Thanks for remembering to rate and review the show wherever you may listen!

The Blast From Our Past Podcast
Episode 194: Taps, Major Dad, and The Howling Commandos

The Blast From Our Past Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 110:43


John and Adam are joined by Golden Girl Patron Alex Rennekamp. They enlist in some military media from year back as they breakdown Taps, review Major Dad, and do a fancasting of the Howling Commandos. Enjoy! This episode is sponsored by www.80stees.com If you use the code BFOP, you'll get 30% off your order. They have some amazing shirts, so make sure you get something totally awesome! www.bfopnetwork.com www.patreon.com/blastpastcast www.instagram.com/blastpastcast www.facebook.com/blastpastcast

The Truck Bryant Show
Khalif Wyatt Taps In!

The Truck Bryant Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 13:00


Khalif Wyatt taps in to "The Truck Bryant Show!" Don't miss this unmatched energy!

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz
[Top Agency Series] How to Use Video to Shortcut the Sales Process With Marty McDonald, Co-Founder of Bad Rhino

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 38:35


Marty McDonald is the Co-founder and CEO of Bad Rhino, a full-service social media marketing agency based in Pennsylvania. The company services and specializes in e-commerce, community management, online branding, content creation, and more. Their clients include craft beer, golf, staffing and recruiting, and hospitality companies, among clients in many other industries. Marty has used social media strategies to actively recruit and build an online marketing business for over 18 years. Marty also wrote the book Great Beer is Not Enough and hosts a podcast, Taps and Tees. At Bad Rhino, Marty has worked with the PGA of America, Laser Putt, indoor golf simulator companies, and he runs Golf Fanatics and Golf Cheapskate.  In this episode… Google and Facebook ads are great ways to get people into your sales funnel, but if you're not doing videos yet, you're missing out on the chance to shortcut your sales process. With video, you can reduce your sales funnel from five steps to three. It's that effective, but many people do not know the most efficient way to use this type of digital media.  Video can significantly increase your brand awareness, lead flow, the quality of business you attract, and it can impact how you target your ideal customers. It starts by addressing ideal customer questions to create valuable content, which could be the beginning of a faster sales process. The big question is how do you do this?  Listen to this episode of the Inspired Insider Podcast with Dr. Jeremy Weisz featuring Marty McDonald, Co-founder and CEO of Bad Rhino. They discuss the power of video to shortcut your sales process, the types of video content Marty has found super helpful, where your videos should reside, and more.