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SOFREP Radio
Brad Thor, Author of Rising Tiger and Former DHS Red Cell Unit Member

SOFREP Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 50:36


On this week's podcast, Rad welcomes back Brad Thor, former member of the Department of Homeland Security's Analytic Red Cell Unit and #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of 21 books, including his latest thriller called Rising Tiger. Brad discusses how in-depth he went to get every detail right, from getting the military ranks of the Indian armed forces accurately to depicting the horrific medieval skirmish between the Indians and Chinese in 2020 which served as the opening to the book. Brad explores the geopolitical tension between the two nations and also shares interesting tidbits on cross-referencing characters from other authors' books, learning how to fashion an IED out of garbage, and why a 9mm is the preferred gun in an actual gunfight. Get a copy of Rising Tiger: https://amzn.to/3OD6WzJ Reach out to Brad Thor: Website: https://bradthor.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BradThorOfficial Twitter: https://twitter.com/BradThor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realbradthor/  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

eat.READ.sleep. Bücher für dich
(64) Egg Benedict und Strandlektüre

eat.READ.sleep. Bücher für dich

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 69:09


Urlaubsfeeling, bunte Tüte, Bestseller-Harmonie, eskalierendes Quiz und ein Gespräch mit mare-Verleger Nikolaus Gelpke. Der Meersalzgehalt dieser Folge ist hoch: Daniel bringt Katharina ein Kultgericht von den Kreuzfahrtschiffen der Welt mit, Katharina hat als Kontrastprogramm Ahoj-Brausepulver im Angebot, den Sehnsuchtsgeschmack früherer Freibadsommer. Gast der Folge ist ein Meeres-Spezialist, Nikolaus Gelpke, Herausgeber der Zeitschrift mare: Mit ihm sprechen sie über Meeresbücher, Meeressehnsucht und die akute Bedrohung der Meere durch den Klimawandel. Die Bücher der Sendung 00:06:07 Mona Kasten: "Lonely Heart" (Lyx) 00:13:29 Jan Weiler: "Der Markisenmann" (Heyne) 00:23:19 Claudia Winter: "Ein Lied für Molly" (Goldmann) 00:25:26 Ernest Kwast: "Fünf Viertelstunden bis zum Meer", aus dem Niederländischen von Andreas Ecke (mare) 00:46:55 Sebastian Fitzek: "Passagier 23" (Knaur) 00:50:20 David Foster Wallace: "Schrecklich amüsant, aber in Zukunft ohne mich", aus dem Amerikanischen von Marcus Ingendaay (KiWi) 00:58:50 Cyril Hofstern: "Atlas der maritimen Geschichten und Legenden", aus dem Französischen von Nina Goldt (Dumont) 01:00:10 Gorch Fock: "Seefahrt ist Not!" (Input-Verlag) 01:01:20 Jules Verne: "20.000 Meilen unter dem Meer2 (diverse) Rezept für Eggs Benedikt Zutaten für vier Portionen Toasties (runde Toastbrötchen) 125 g Butter  6 Eier 8 Scheiben Bacon Salz und Pfeffer  Essig  Zitronensaft  Wasser (und ein bisschen Essig) erhitzen, dann mit einem Löffel im kochenden Wasser einen Strudel erzeugen, das Ei aufschlagen und in diesen Strudel gießen - etwa 3-4 Minuten im Wasser kochen. (Es gibt auch im Haushaltsgeschäft Silikontrichter, die man ins Wasser stellt, das Ei dort hineingießt und sich so die Action mit dem Strudel ersparen kann.) Das Ganze dreimal wiederholen, so dass ihr am Ende vier pochierte Eier habt. Den Bacon in der Pfanne knusprig anbraten. Die Butter in einem Topf zum Schmelzen bringen. Zwei Eigelb mit Salz, Pfeffer und ein bisschen Zitronensaft vermischen. Dann die flüssige Butter unter ständigem Rühren zur Eimasse hinzugeben, bis eine dickflüssige Hollandaise entsteht. Das Broat toasten, dann auf jeweils eine Hälfte Bacon und Ei geben und das Ganze mit der Hollandaise übergießen.  Zu Bonds unsäglicher Erleichterung waren sie in dieser Nacht im schicksten Hotel Kyoto, dem Miyako untergebracht. Das bequeme Bett, die Klimaanlage und die Toilette im westlichen Stil, auf der man tatsächlich sitzen konnte, waren zu schön, um wahr zu sein. Noch besser war, dass Tiger sagte, er müsse leider mit dem Polizeichef der Präfektur zu Abend essen und Bond befahl, sich ein Pint Jack Daniels und eine doppelte Portion Eier Benedict auf sein Zimmer bringen zu lassen. Feedback, Anregungen und Ideen? Her damit! Wer Feedback geben oder eigene Lieblingsbücher nennen möchte, der erreicht die drei Hosts per E-Mail unter eatreadsleep@ndr.de. Der Podcast wird alle 14 Tage freitags um 6 Uhr veröffentlicht und läuft als Gemeinschaftsprojekt unter der NDR Dachmarke - zu hören und hier zu abonnieren - oder aber in der ARD-Audiothek.

Pat Mayo Experience
PGA TOUR vs LIV TOUR — What's Next?

Pat Mayo Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 73:38


Pat Mayo and Kevin Clark discuss the latest news in the PGA TOUR vs LIV TOUR saga: New PGA TOUR Ideas, LIV financials, improving the product, which players are essential to the PGA, and how Tiger Woods can be the key to the PGA TOUR side. Get 20% All DK Tools/Stat Engine: https://www.fantasynational.com/mayo Join Mayo Media Newsletter: https://mayomedia.substack.com/people/32468255-mayo-media Get a deposit match up to $100 with first deposit at JOCK MKT with Code “MMN”: https://bit.ly/JOCKMKTMMN Show Index 00:00 Intro 3:41 PGA Revised Schedule + Money 11:58 Tiger & Phil 17:23 Majors/OWGR 26:34 PGA Essential Players 33:03 Saudi Influence 41:54 Lawsuits 44:52 Improve the LIV Tour 1:01:54 F1 PME Audio Podcast Apple: http://bit.ly/PMEiTunes Spotify: https://goo.gl/VboemH Stitcher: http://goo.gl/Ft3Gmr Google: http://bit.ly/GooglePodPME Castbox: http://bit.ly/PMECastbox

Inside the Monster
Ep. 27: Tiger Brooms

Inside the Monster

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 58:07


It's a sweep! The Sox have won their 6th series in a row and are now 16-4 in June. Steve and Joey break down the newest batch of Sox wins, talk about some newer faces that might be sticking around on this team, and talk the City Connect jerseys. Presented by Audacy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Injuries 101 Podcast
Why Tiger Woods Won The Masters

Injuries 101 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 5:55


Dr. Selene Parekh explains why Tiger Woods' triumphant and unexpected return to professional golf was a win for Tiger, for golf, for sports, and for others with similar injuries. _________________________________________________________________________ Get your TFD Hoodies, T-shirts, and other apparel here - https://the-fantasy-doctors.creator-spring.com/ TFD APP info: - What it is? All the best sports follows on Twitter in one easy place plus injury reports, and videos for the 4 main sports - Promo video: https://youtu.be/FsLqXEynz1o - More info here: https://thefantasydoctorsapp.com/ - How to use tutorial video: https://youtu.be/kvVvNlTKcd0 - Notifications only are for new injuries. - Available on the Apple and Google Play App Stores. __________________________________________________________________________ NFL Injury Reports - Bookmark them and check daily https://thefantasydoctors.com/nfl-injury-tracker/ - Also available on TFD App (white medical button, middle bottom) - Detailed/Advanced version available on: https://tfdinjurydraftguide.com/ __________________________________________________________________________ Follow us on Social Media - Twitter / IG / TikTok / Facebook - @TheFantasyDRS @TFDNBA, @TFDNFL, @TFDMLB, @TFDNHL - @DrJesseMorse @seleneparekhMD @amarpatelMD @Harjas_Grewal 00:00 Intro 00:45 Buffalo vs New England 01:00 Cincinnati vs Las Vegas 01:15 Tampa Bay vs Philadelphia 02:22 Dallas vs San Francisco 03:16 Kansas City vs Pittsburgh 05:29 Bengals 06:18 Titans 07:51 49ers 10:00 Packers 11:30 Buccaneers 13:11 Rams 15:06 Bills 15:27 Chiefs ___________________________________________________________________________ If you're interested in advertising with us, send us an email at: TheFantasyDRS@gmail.com Dr. Jesse Morse reacts to breaking news of Fernando Tatis Jr. broken wrist. __________________________________________________________________________ Thank you to DonJoy Performance for sponsoring this video! Get 20% Off football products with Promo Code TFD20 at www.donjoyperformance.com/football#DJO #PoweringMotion #sportsmedicine #sportsinjury __________________________________________________________________________ Get your TFD Hoodies, T-shirts, and other apparel here - https://the-fantasy-doctors.creator-spring.com/ TFD APP info: - What it is? All the best sports follows on Twitter in one easy place plus injury reports, and videos for the 4 main sports - Promo video: https://youtu.be/FsLqXEynz1o - More info here: https://thefantasydoctorsapp.com/ - How to use tutorial video: https://youtu.be/kvVvNlTKcd0 - Notifications only are for new injuries. - Available on the Apple and Google Play App Stores. __________________________________________________________________________ NFL Injury Reports - Bookmark them and check daily https://thefantasydoctors.com/nfl-injury-tracker/ - Also available on TFD App (white medical button, middle bottom) - Detailed/Advanced version available on: https://tfdinjurydraftguide.com/ __________________________________________________________________________ Follow us on Social Media - Twitter / IG / TikTok / Facebook - @TheFantasyDRS @TFDNBA, @TFDNFL, @TFDMLB, @TFDNHL - @DrJesseMorse @seleneparekhMD @amarpatelMD @Harjas_Grewal 00:00 Intro 00:45 Buffalo vs New England 01:00 Cincinnati vs Las Vegas 01:15 Tampa Bay vs Philadelphia 02:22 Dallas vs San Francisco 03:16 Kansas City vs Pittsburgh 05:29 Bengals 06:18 Titans 07:51 49ers 10:00 Packers 11:30 Buccaneers 13:11 Rams 15:06 Bills 15:27 Chiefs ___________________________________________________________________________ If you're interested in advertising with us, send us an email at: TheFantasyDRS@gmail.com

Locked On LSU
Which LSU transfer portal player will have the biggest impact this year?

Locked On LSU

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 34:05


The transfer portal giveth and the transfer portal taketh away. But what exactly has the transfer portal given LSU football? First and foremost, the NCAA could potentially change the transfer portal process. The NCAA transformation committee, which includes SEC commissioner Greg Sankey, has recommended that the NCAA adopt transfer portal periods which would regulate when players can jump from one school to another. How could this affect the construction of college teams in the future? LSU football this season will benefit greatly from the transfer portal – their guy under center could even be a transfer portal product (keyword COULD). But which transfer portal player will have the biggest impact on Brian Kelly's inaugural squad? 247Sports identifies which transfer Tiger they think will play the biggest role, but Caroline has questions about who it could be.  Finally, LSU baseball has been active in the transfer portal recently, both in and out. Eight LSU baseball players have entered the transfer portal and Jay Johnson has gained one shortstop. What is LSU baseball's plan to fill those holes outside of their incoming recruiting class?  Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! 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. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! 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

WOE.BEGONE
[INTERMISSION XII] The Diary Of Aliza Schultz - Tiger On A Waterbed

WOE.BEGONE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:54


We're taking an intermission this week. Season 7 of WOE.BEGONE begins next week. The saga of Aliza Schultz continues. The Diary Of Aliza Schultz is a loosely continuous anthology, so there is no need to listen to the other episodes to understand this one. The Diary of Aliza Schultz is the surreal story of Aliza Schultz on her quest to review every novel by airport novelist Rafael Muslani and what she discovers along the way. More of season 2 coming soon, wherever you listen to podcasts.TWITCH: http://twitch.tv/woebegonepodPATREON: http://patreon.com/woe_begoneALIZA SCHULTZ: http://anchor.fm/alizaschultzTRANSCRIPTS: http://WOEBEGONEPOD.comTWITTER: @WOEBEGONEPODREDDIT: /r/DOGCATCHER and /r/WOEBEGONEMUSIC: http://woebegonepod.bandcamp.comDISCORD: https://discord.gg/pn9kjTBYPD See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Major Spoilers Podcast Network Master Feed
Major Spoilers Podcast #982: Rainbow Sprinkles Edition

Major Spoilers Podcast Network Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 60:00


How about a little Ice Cream, Man? This week we review Superman Son of Kal-El #12, Rivers of London: Deadly Ever After #2, and The Tiger's Tounge from Mad Cave Studios. We talk recent news, and Pokemon auctions, too! Show your thanks to Major Spoilers for this episode by becoming a Major Spoilers Patron at http://patreon.com/MajorSpoilers. It will help ensure the Major Spoilers Podcast continues far into the future! Join our Discord server and chat with fellow Spoilerites! (https://discord.gg/jWF9BbF) NEWS https://deadline.com/2022/06/lord-of-the-rings-the-rings-of-power-comic-con-1235047792/ https://comics.ha.com/itm/video-games/pokemon-yellow-version-special-pikachu-edition-wata-94-a-sealed-no-esrb-game-boy-nintendo-1999-usa/a/312225-68057.s?ic4=GalleryView-Thumbnail-071515 REVIEWS STEPHEN RIVERS OF LONDON: DEADLY EVER AFTER #2 Writer: Celest Bronfman, Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel Artist: Jose Maria Beroy Publisher: Titan Comics Cover Price: $3.99 Release Date: June 22, 2022 When Chelsea and Olympia accidentally break an enchantment in the woods, deadly fairy tales from a mysterious old book begin coming to life. To set things right, Chelsea and Olympia must unravel a mystery dating back to the 1800s before they become victims of a lethal sorcery. [rating:4/5] You can purchase this issue via our Amazon affiliate link - https://amzn.to/39Aunel MATTHEW SUPERMAN SON OF KAL EL #12 Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Cian Tormey Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price: $3.99 Release Date: June 14, 2022 Lex Luthor and President Bendix have joined forces to unleash the Gamorra Corps on Superman...and put a stop to the first son of the Last Son of Krypton once and for all. But a new hero has joined the fight...and he's going to use that tin-can suit like a chew toy if Luthor isn't careful. Welcome back, Krypto. Who's a good boy? [rating:3.5/5] You can purchase this issue via our Amazon affiliate link - https://amzn.to/3ya3kjj RODRIGO THE TIGER'S TONGUE Writer: Olivia Stephens Artist: Dainsakhu Banton-Perry Publisher: Mad Cave Cover Price: $3.99 Release Date: July 6, 2022 Heed the tiger's tongue, and you will not be led astray. Under the militant rule of The Tiger's People, empowered by their animal familiars, the Claw is on the brink of war. At the precipice of adulthood, twin princesses Kelindi and Aridani hold the future of the Claw in their hands. Kelindi would sue for peace with The River's People, those who were subjugated "to bring order," while Aridani has never aspired to rule. But an ancient prophecy is revealed that'll force fate's hand for the sisters... [rating: 4/5] You can purchase this issue via our Amazon affiliate link - https://amzn.to/3yaG2tR DISCUSSION ICE CREAM MAN VOLUME 1 Writer W. Maxwell Prince Artist: Martin Morazzo, Chris O'Halloran Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: March 2022 Cover Price: $9.99 Chocolate, vanilla, existential horror, addiction, musical fantasy...there's a flavor for everyone's misery. ICE CREAM MAN is a genre-defying comic book series, featuring disparate “one-shot” tales of sorrow, wonder, and redemption. Each installment features its own cast of strange characters, dealing with their own special sundae of suffering. And on the periphery of all of them, like the twinkly music of his colorful truck, is the Ice Cream Man―a weaver of stories, a purveyor of sweet treats. Friend. Foe. God. Demon. The man who with a snap of his fingers―lickety split!―can change the course of your life forever. CLOSE Contact us at podcast@majorspoilers.com Call the Major Spoilers Hotline at (785) 727-1939. A big Thank You goes out to everyone who downloads, subscribes, listens, and supports this show. We really appreciate you taking the time to listen to our ramblings each week. Tell your friends!

Highlights from Off The Ball
Gary Murphy brilliantly dissects the state of Golf's Saudi fallout, Graeme McDowell's role, Tiger's future?

Highlights from Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 32:38


Golf commentator and former professional Gary Murphy joins Nathan, Aisling and Eoin at the Roisin Dubh for a chat about the fascinating world of Golf at the moment. We're talking the Saudi backed LIV Golf Tour, Graeme McDowell's performance last week, whether Tiger Woods is nearing the end and plenty too on Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry ahead of the US Open. Stephen Hunt is on the stage too, you can also check out our podcasts with Stephen Hunt in OTB Football, Cora Staunton in OTB GAA and the Crappy Quiz right here in the OTB Highlights feed - we had a great night with thanks to Islands Edge Stout. #IslandsEdgePodTour This show was recorded before the US Open took place. Subscribe to the 'OTB Highlights' feed for a constant, quality supply of the best interviews and pieces from the OTB Podcast Network.

LSU Daily
LSU adds Baylor SS Transfer | COO Rempe Leaving LSU

LSU Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 15:17


Monday was an active day for LSU. Utility player Will Safford became the latest Tiger to enter the Transfer Portal while Jay Johnson added a transfer in Baylor shortstop Jack Pineda. We also discuss the news that LSU COO Stephanie Rempe has been hired as the AD at Nevada.

Take It Easy
Walter Mitchell Power Hour: US Open, LIV Golf II, Joe Buck, Tall NFL Kickers + Kyrie Irving Free Agency

Take It Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 96:09


On today's episode, Walter B J Mitchell from the Red Rain Podcast and I discuss the US Open Golf Tournament from this weekend, before having a conversation about the ins and outs of the LIV Golf Tour, which continued one I had last Monday. We also discuss 3 generations of golfers post-Tiger, my continued confusion about why we care so much about Phil Mickelson, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman switching over to ESPN, and who are the tallest kickers in the NFL. I also discuss the breaking news on Monday that Kyrie Irving is going to spend the next 10 days tampering to see what he could get from other NBA teams in Free Agency CKSAML Productions This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit

The Rugby Pod
Episode 39 - Tiger Tears and Australia's Andrew Kellaway

The Rugby Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 76:05


It's the last episode of the season and we're joined by The Wallabies' Andrew Kellaway ahead of England's three-match series down under. We also review an incredible premiership final as friend of the show Freddie Burns slots the winning drop goal to clinch a first Premiership title for Leicester in nine years. Jim and Goodey discuss the URC final which saw The Stormers take the title in the all-South African game. We look ahead to the summer tours as the Northern Hemisphere sides travel south for the first time since 2018. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The 73rd Hole
Matt Fitzpatrick Wins the US Open!

The 73rd Hole

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 87:51


Mr. Skill Owns Brookline! Where does Fitzy's 2nd shot on 18 rank Historically? Willy Z comes up short again. Scheffler's back nine struggles. Rahm Disappoints on Sunday. Tiger without the leg sleeve! Billy Foster wins first major! LIV Shockwaves coming soon?

GoTigers247's Tigers in 20
Ti20 Off the Boards: Linebacker Tyler Murray

GoTigers247's Tigers in 20

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 22:46


In this episode of Off the Boards we are joined by 5th year, graduate senior, linebacker Tyler Murray. Tyler joined the Tigers after playing 2 years with the Charlotte 49'ers. During his time at Charlotte, Tyler was named a team captain for the 2021 season, where he accumulated 79 total tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. Tyler talks about how the relationships with the staff was the reason he decided to come to Memphis. Head coach Ryan Silverfield is from Jacksonville, Florida where Tyler is also from. Tyler has worked with Ryan's nephew in Jacksonville during the offseason and Tyler shared how his relationship with Ryan opened the door for him to come to Memphis but his relationship with linebackers coach, Jordan Hankins, is what sealed the deal for him. Tyler shares how his transformation from a 180 pound cornerback in high school to a 220 pound linebacker in college has been beneficial because even as he put on weight during college, he was able to utilize his footwork and ball hawking abilities in the linebacker position. In the second segment, Tyler details how important the linebacker position is in the Tiger defense, and who he expects to play a strong role this year for the defense. About Off the Boards: Off the Boards is a video/audio segment where GT247 sits down with local and national sports figures. Typically, Off the Boards has been a video segment, but we are now turning it into an audio podcast as well to better meet the needs of all of our followers. This new format will allow all of GT247's content to be more accessible to listeners. You can listen to any of our podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and Megaphone. Make sure to subscribe, leave a comment and spread the word about Tigers in 20 and Off the Boards. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Zolak & Bertrand
US Open Reactions // A Return To Brookline? // Does Golf Need Tiger? - 6/20 (Hour 1)

Zolak & Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 43:29


(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand open up the first hour of the show discussing and reacting to the U.S. Open at The Country Club in Brookline.  (10:04) The crew continues the conversation on the U.S. Open and the wonderful job that the crew at The Country Club did in setting up the course.  (19:49) The guys discuss if the golf world needs Tiger Woods to be successful or if the new age of golfers have taken the sport by storm.  (29:37) We conclude the first hour of the show by wrapping up our conversation on a successful week for the U.S. Open at The Country Club

The Gardening with Joey & Holly radio show Podcast/Garden talk radio show (heard across the country)
Episode 881: S6E16, What's eating my plants, Types of soil, Tiger Palafox - The Gardening with Joey and Holly Radio show

The Gardening with Joey & Holly radio show Podcast/Garden talk radio show (heard across the country)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 61:19


Seg1: What is eating my plants Seg2: Types of soil Seg3: Tiger Palafox of   Garden America Radio Show  Seg4: Garden questions answeredWebsite: https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/Email your questions to Gardentalkradio@gmail.comOr call 24/7 leave your question at 1-800 927-SHOWSponsors Proclamation CO of https://www.proclamationgoods.com/ Hot-line sponsorProplugger of https://proplugger.com/Rootmaker of https://myrootmaker.com/  Use coupon code Radio22 at checkout and save 15% off your orderChapin Manufacturing Inc. of https://chapinmfg.com/Pomona pectin of https://pomonapectin.com/Iv organics of https://ivorganics.com/  Use radio10 to save 10% off your orderWaterhoop of https://waterhoop.com/Phyllom BioProducts of http://www.phyllombioproducts.com/home.html Use code Gardentalk10 to save 10% off ordersHappy leaf led of https://happyleafled.com/ Use code JoeyHolly to save 10% off orders of $90.00 one time useDripworks of https://www.dripworks.com/Deer defeat https://deerdefeat.com/ use code Radio at check out to save 10% on ordersBlue ribbon organics http://blueribbonorganics.com/Chip Drop of https://getchipdrop.com/Walton's Inc of https://www.waltonsinc.com/  Us code grow50 &  save 10% off your order of $50 or more & get free shippingTree Diaper of http://www.treediaper.com/Timber Pro Coatings of https://timberprocoatingsusa.com/products/internal-wood-stabilizer/Bloomin easy plants of https://bloomineasyplants.com/Iron Wood Tool Company of https://www.ironwoodtools.com/Natural green products of https://www.natgreenproducts.com/ use promo code WEEDS & buy 3 get 1 Free sold by the gallon. or use promo code GREENTHUMB10 for 10% off your purchase ofany size No More BugsBale buster of https://strawbalegardens-com.myshopify.com/collections/balebuster-bale-preparation-formulaRescue of https://rescue.com/Big tool rack of https://www.bigtoolrack.com/ save 5% of your order use code myrack5Hot Bin Composting of www.hotbincomposting-us.comTree-Ripe of https://www.tree-ripe.com/Dr Zymes of https://doctorzymes.com/  use https://mailchi.mp/doctorzymes/gardentalk to get 2 free samplesJung Seeds of https://www.jungseed.com/ use code 10GT22 to save 10% off ordersCovers and all of https://www.coversandall.com/ use Code GARDEN25 to save 25% off ordersAlgae Men of https://www.algaemen.com/Johnny Apple Seed of https://www.johnnyappleseed.com/milkweed balm of  https://milkweedbalm.com/Simple Grow of https://www.simplegrow.com/Finding Nectar of https://findingnectar.com/Fleet Farm of http://www.fleetfarm.com/The Gardening with Joey and Holly Radio Show March – Oct weekly heard on:Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturdays 7-8 AM CST Replay 7-8 PM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvftKTNF 950 AM Minneapolis, MN Saturdays 7-8 AM https://www.am950radio.com/listen-live/KFEQ 680 AM at 95.9 FM St. Joseph/Kansas City, MO Saturdays 6-7 AM CST replay Sundays 10-11 AM CST http://www.680kfeq.com/live-stream/WMBS 590 AM & 101.1 FM UniontownPittsburgh/Morgantown Saturdays 6-7 AM EST Replay Mondays 6-7 PM EST https://www.radio.net/s/wmbsKYAH 540 AM Delta/Salt Lake City, UT Saturdays 9-10 AM MST Reply Sundays 1-2 PM MST https://tunein.com/radio/KYAH-540-s34223/KHNC 1360 AM Denver Saturdays 7-8 AM PST replay Sundays 12-1 PM https://onlineradiobox.com/us/khncam1360/WCRN 830 AM Boston, MA Saturdays 8-9 AM EST replay Sundays 5-6 AM EST https://tunein.com/radio/WCRN-AM-830-Full-Service-Radio-s1112/WOGO 680 AM & 103.1 FM Chippewa Falls, WI Sundays 9-10 AM CST https://www.christiannetcast.com/listen/player.asp?station=wogo-amWNAX 570 AM, South Dakota, upper Midwest Sundays 10-11 AM CST https://onlineradiobox.com/us/wnax/?cs=us.wnaxWHKW 1220 AM and 96.9FM Cleveland, OH Saturdays 9-10 AM EST Replay 5-6 PM EST https://thewordcleveland.com/listenliveKFNS 590 AM ST. Louis, MO Sundays 8-9 AM CST https://tinyurl.com/5dhzppdm

Persona: The French Deception
The Tiger Dossier | 4

Persona: The French Deception

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 36:11


A series of mysterious phone calls to French embassies around the world prompt the authorities to start a new investigation. Someone is impersonating the French Minister of Defense, targeting foreign governments and wealthy French speakers. As the scammer fleeces an influential billionaire for $20 million, the police believe there's only one man audacious enough to have pulled it off. Years later, Evan gains access to the case file and begins to retrace the investigators' steps.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Beyond the Negotiation
"You Know Your Sh*t

Beyond the Negotiation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 25:55


Tiger is back to discuss a few key conversations she had with individuals in the sports industry that moved her to question a few things as well as become excited about her future in terms of strength, community, and confidence in the business. She explains why hearing the words "You know your sh*t" was a key moment in her career confidence and growth.

At The Turn
2022 U.S. Open Wrap-Up

At The Turn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 36:48


Matt Fitzpatrick gets it done. Willy Z is a bridesmaid once more. Rory and Rahm fade on Sunday. The Country Club was perfect. Support the show

Express Yourself
Episode 17…The Narrative

Express Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 64:53


I'm just trying to figure out the Narrative to some stuff. Do the Warriors repeat? Are the Celtics good enough for years to come? The NBA Draft and these young teams like OKC. My favorite baseball team, the Tigers. Yeah you get a Tiger rant enjoy! Much more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Straight Up With Sturg
Rob's a fan..

Straight Up With Sturg

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 15:43


South Carolina fans say he loves Clemson. Tiger fans say he loves the Tigers. And Rob says they're both right ... because he loves money more. So is Rob justified in saying he genuinely supports every team in the Carolinas equally? Listen and find out!!

Charlottesville Community Engagement
June 17, 2022: Spotted lanternfly quarantine to be extended to Albemarle, Charlottesville; ACSA officials says no PFAS in local water

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 20:28


It’s Friday once more and there’s no time like this moment to begin to tell you about information that’s been waiting for you to read or listen to. The purpose of Charlottesville Community Engagement is to bring you as many stories and articles about the community as possible, on as frequent a level as possible.  I’m the host Sean Tubbs, and I want to make sure you know no Sean Tubbs were harmed in the creation of this episode. This work is free to read or listen to, but needs financial support. If you subscribe through Substack, Ting will match your initial payment!On today’s show: Former Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney files suit against the city alleging she was fired for trying to reform what she calls a racist departmentThe General Assembly meets today to act on Governor Glenn Youngkin’s amendments to the state budget A quarantine on moving some materials around parts of Virginia to stop the spread of the Spotted Lanternfly will soon be extended to Albemarle and CharlottesvilleCharlottesville’s Board of Zoning Appeals upholds a determination related to a future Wawa The Albemarle County Service Authority reports it’s ready to guard against “forever chemicals” in their drinking water supply First Shout-out is for the Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards In today’s first subscriber-supported shout-out, have you ever wanted to learn as much as you can about how to preserve and protect trees? The Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards are opening up registration for their fall series of online training sessions and field activities running from August 9 through November 19. Full tuition details are at charlottesvilleareatreestewards.org and if you want to get a feel for what you may learn, there’s a public tree identification walk through the grand trees spanning the front areas of the University of Virginia on Sunday, June 26. Attendance is limited, so register today!General Assembly to consider Governor Youngkin’s budget amendmentsThe House of Delegates and the Senate convene this afternoon in Richmond to finalize budget amendments recommended by Governor Glenn Youngkin. “I approve the general purpose of this bill, but I am returning it without my signature with the request that thirty-five amendments be adopted,” Youngkin wrote in his recommendations for HB30.(the paragraph below was edited to make a correction)One of the largest amendments is a three month suspension on the state tax on gasoline and diesel beginning July 1. Legislation to accomplish this goal did not pass the General Assembly in the Special Session in April. A bill introduced by Youngkin did not make it out of either the House of Delegates Appropriations Committee or the Senate Finance Committee. Another amendment would make it a class 6 felony to picket at the residence of a judge, juror, witness, or court officer. The amendments cover both the current fiscal year and the next one that begins in two weeks, so financial amounts listed below are split over the biennium. These include:Two full time positions to support the Lieutenant Governor An additional $300,000 in salary increases for staff in the Office of the Attorney General$300,000 in state funds to the Virginia Department of Agricultural and Consumer Services to add staff to expand inspections for new meat processing facilities An additional $3 million for the Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority An additional $4 million to expand the Early Reading Specialists program to schools that rank lowest in performanceThe redirecting of $5 million in financial aid assistance to students at Norfolk State University and Virginia State UniversityTwo million in additional funding for an Innovation Center to be built an a historically Black College of University as well as another four million over two years for increased security at all of the Commonwealth’s HBCU’s. Four million in funds would be redirected to support the University of Virginia’s Program on Constitutionalism and DemocracyThere’s $160,000 going to the Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University to “research ways to increase opportunities for K-12 students”Two million over two years for the Hampton Roads Proton Beam Therapy Institute at Hampton University $2.35 million in each year to hire 36 security guards at state-operated mental health treatment centersAnother $200,000 would go to the families of the security officers killed at Bridgewater College earlier this yearan appropriation of $50,000 would be made to prepare more prison beds for those arrested for picketing at a judge’s house There are also new policies that have been introduced into the budget.All public universities will have to demonstrate an “official commitment and set of policies and practices to support freedom of expression and inquiry, free speech, academic freedom, and diversity of thought.”The University of Virginia at Wise is authorized to offer graduate programs All state funding for any abortion-related service would be prohibited unless required by federal lawBail would be waived for certain criminal offensesParticipation in the new Community Lab School program would be expandedYoungkin made three amendments to HB29 which is known as the caboose bill as it looks back at previous budgets including the current fiscal year. These include a $26.5 million increase in revenue for FY22 and a $15 million for site preparation work in Richmond in an account called the Property Analytics Firm Infrastructure Fund. VDACS to expand Spotted Lanternfly quarantine to Charlottesville areaThe state entity that oversees management of invasive species will expand a quarantine on the movement of certain products to help slow the spread of the Spotted Lanternfly. The Virginia Department of Consumer and Agricultural Services has sent a letter to localities including Albemarle and Charlottesville notifying them of the new rules. “The Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine requires a permit to ensure that businesses are taking steps to guarantee regulated articles are free from spotted lanternfly,” reads a June 15 letter from David Gianino, the program manager for the Office of Plant Industry Services. “To obtain a spotted lanternfly permit, completion of an online training course is required and businesses must then apply for the permit with VDACS.”According to the letter, the spotted lanternfly is known to feed on “grapes, peaches, apples, maples, walnuts, hops, cucumbers, and basil.” The insect was spotted in Frederick County in January 2018 and a quarantine has been in place there, Clarke County, Warren County, and the city of Winchester. However, surveys conducted by VDACS indicate the bugs have been found in the cities of Buena Vista, Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Manassas, Staunton, Waynesboro and the counties of Albemarle, Augusta, Carroll, Page, Prince William, Rockingham, Rockbridge, Shenandoah, and Wythe. A wide range of materials are regulated including live or dead trees, lumber, vegetation, shipping containers, outdoor construction materials, equipment trucks, recreational vehicles, and more. A complete list is available in that letter. Information on how to get a permit is available on the VDACS website.Albemarle County Supervisors were briefed on the spotted lanternfly back in February, as reported here. Board of Zoning Appeals upholds city zoning in Wawa Officials with Tiger Fuel attempted yesterday to overturn a decision by the city’s zoning administrator that affects the future layout of a proposed Wawa on Fifth Street Extended. This one gets a little technical. “The applicant contends that the prescribed front setback for gas stations in Section 34-931(h) of the zoning ordinance are more lenient than the front setbacks for structures in the Highway Zoning district,” said Genevieve Keller, the chair of the Board of Zoning Appeals. Keller said that Tiger Fuel believed Zoning Administrator Read Brodhead should have used Section 34-738 instead. Tiger operates a convenience store immediately to the south. The details are way above most people.“It’s a little complicated, I know,” Brodhead said. Gordon Sutton, president of Tiger Fuel, tried to simplify the argument.“We are asking you to determine which of the two standards is more restrictive,” Sutton said. “The Highway Commercial regulations or the gas station regulations.” Sutton said the highway commercial zonings should apply, and he said his company has had to work under those rules in the past. Attorney Valerie Long with Williams Mullen represented the property owner, RBD Bent Creek LLC. “Virginia code specifically provides that the Board is to presume that Mr. Brodhead’s determination is correct and that the appellant, Tiger Fuel, has the burden of proof of proving otherwise,” Long said. Long said their scope of review was solely whether Brodhead was correct.“This is not the appropriate venue for a business owner to be attempting to stifle competition from a prospective business owner or property owner,” Long said. Long said the zoning rules for gas stations are written specifically to safely govern such a use, and that Tiger Fuel’s interpretation was not germane. After a public hearing and brief discussion, the BZA voted unanimously to uphold Brodhead’s determination. Albemarle County Service Authority officials: No PFAS in municipal drinking waterOn Wednesday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued non-binding health advisories on the presence of certain chemicals that do not break down. Yesterday, the environmental compliance specialist for the Albemarle County Service Authority told that entity’s Board of Directors that the municipal water supply is set up to filter out per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. But first, Tim Brown explained there are thousands of different chemical combinations that were created to make products that are water-resistant, heat-resistant, and grease-resistant. “Every chemical is distinct by the fact that the element fluorine is a component of the chemical, and the carbon-fluorine chemical bond is a very very strong one,” Brown said. “What does that mean? It means this chemicals do not break down in the environment.”Brown said health risks include liver failure, hormone imbalances, cancers, and suppression of immune systems.“A lot of nasties in there potentially,” Brown said. The EPA is currently promulgating new regulations to require monitoring and to seek to lower the acceptable level of PFAS compounds to near zero. “It was almost borderline startling information,” Brown said. Brown said the current acceptable standard is around 70 parts per trillion for PFAS and the new regulations could take that down. “Now going down into the fractions of parts per trillion which is in essence at the parts per quadrillion level,” Brown said. Brown said one issue will be that current test equipment may not be able to detect those levels. He said he felt the EPA advisories are intended to signal water producers across the country to take the issue seriously. He said the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority have been testing for PFAS twice a year since 2019. “Eighteen PFAS compounds were tested at all six of our treatment plants, both in the raw water and in the finished or treated water,” Brown said. “There were zero detections.” Brown said the new standards will be announced in September to be effective in the fall of 2023. He said the ACSA and the RWSA will continue to monitor the situation. Second shout-out goes to Camp AlbemarleToday’s second subscriber-supported public service announcement goes out to Camp Albemarle, which has for sixty years been a “wholesome rural, rustic and restful site for youth activities, church groups, civic events and occasional private programs.”Located on 14 acres on the banks of the Moorman’s River near Free Union, Camp Albemarle continues as a legacy of being a Civilian Conservation Corps project that sought to promote the importance of rural activities. Camp Albemarle seeks support for a plan to winterize the Hamner Lodge, a structure built in 1941 by the CCC and used by every 4th and 5th grade student in Charlottesville and Albemarle for the study of ecology for over 20 years. If this campaign is successful, Camp Albemarle could operate year-round. Consider your support by visiting campalbemarleva.org/donate. Brackney sues the city of Charlottesville, other partiesFormer Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney has filed a lawsuit in federal court against multiple parties alleging that, among other things, the city of Charlottesville acted unlawfully when former City Manager Chip Boyles fired her last September 1. She’s seeking ten million dollar in damages. (read the suit and its exhibits)In addition to Boyles, Brackney’s complaint in the Western District of Virginia also includes: former city Communications Director Brian Wheeler; city attorney Lisa Robertson; acting police chief Latroy “Tito” Durrette; former assistant police chief James Mooney; current Councilors Sena Magill and Lloyd Snook, former Councilor Heather Hill, and former Police Civilian Review Board chair Bellamy Brown. She also named Mike Wells of the Police Benevolent Association as a defendant. The suit builds on a claim filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission soon after she was fired by Boyles. In a series of facts, the complaint seeks to establish that Brackney was hired in June 2018 to “bring empathy, community-oriented training, and years of law enforcement methodology to the table” following distrust after two specific incidents in the summer of 2017. “As Chief of Police, Dr. Brackney’s priority was to stabilize [Charlottesville Police Department] by building rapport with its employees, whilst simultaneously empowering them to challenge their personal assumptions, regarding policing in the 21st Century,”  reads paragraph 31. As part of that work, Brackney collected data on all divisions of the Police Department and according to the complaint concluded that members of several of them including the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team were not up to the task. “Assignments were not based on strengths, but decades-old, archaic practices such as nepotism, favoritism, genderism, and racism,” reads paragraph 36. The complaint describes Brackney’s attempts to reform, such as converting four positions to civilians rather than sworn in officers. One of these was the public information officer. More trainings sessions were to be held, as well as taking minutes at department meetings.“These actions angered those who resented having a Black female at the helm of a police department, particularly one in the South with a conservative undercurrent,” reads paragraph 47. On June 3, 2021, Brackney received an email and video from a community member claiming police conduct by a specific officer and she took action on the complaint. That action included dismantling the SWAT team and firing or suspending officers she found to be involved through a subsequent investigation. In paragraph 61, the complaint states that Bellamy Brown and Mike Wells in early August put together a survey for Charlottesville police officers that Brackney claims was “intentionally negatively worded and targeting Plaintiff as a result of the investigation and disciplinary actions described above.” Paragraph 66 alleges a conspiracy between Brown, Hill, Wells, Snook, Boyles, Mooney and Magill to out Brackney as chief. The next one states that Boyles expressed confidence in Brackney’s leadership on August 26, 2021, as evidenced in a secret audio recording she made of their meeting. Brackney was fired on September 1 and paragraph 76 of the complaint quotes Boyle’s September 3 press release in the first of many iterations used to advance her complaint. “In order to dismantle systemic racism and eliminate police violence and misconduct in Charlottesville, we need a leader who is not only knowledgeable in that work, but is also effective in building collaborative relationships with the community, the department, and the team at City Hall… and [w]hile very good work and progress has been made, I ultimately decided new leadership was required to continue the City’s progress towards building a new climate and culture within the department,” Boyles wrote. The complaint continues to list specific incidents that Brackney considers libel. Paragraph 89 accuses Roberston and Boyles of falsifying documents, and offers that Brackney has secret recordings. Brackney seeks a trial by jury for all of the counts, including one alleging “tortious interference with employment contract.” Another claims unlawful retaliation and another claims that Brackney acted as a whistleblower and another alleges defamation and another claiming business conspiracy that involves Wells, Brown, and the named City Councilors.  Support the program!There’s a lot of information in this installment of this program, which is the 397th edition of the program. About a quarter of you are paying something to help keep Town Crier Productions in business. I have never been a very good salesperson, and won’t overly pitch. But, if you are benefiting from this newsletter and the information in it, please consider some form of support. I am not a nonprofit organization and most of my time is spent in putting the newsletter together, which includes producing the podcast. Supporting the program through a Substack contribution or through Patreon makes it very easy for me to get paid and every single dollar that I get makes me want to work that much harder to serve the community. In just under two years, I’ve produced hundreds of stories that seek to give you information about how decisions are made in our community and in the Commonwealth of Virginia. For more information on all of this, please visit the archive site Information Charlottesville to learn more, including how you too can get a shout-out! Thank you for reading, and please share with those you think might want to learn a few thing or two about what’s happening. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Let's Go JoJo - The Weekly JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Podcast
Let's Go! #255 – Let's Grow Our Hair Long

Let's Go JoJo - The Weekly JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 78:20


This week:Tiger & Bunny Season II 7 “Out of the mouths of babes oft times come gems.”ONE PIECE 1017 “A Barrage of Powerful Techniques! The Fierce Attacks of the Worst Generation!”BIRDIE WING -Golf Girls’ Story- 7 “Purple Bullet”Ya Boy Kongming 8 – “Searching for Oneself”I’M KODAMA KAWASHIRI 15 “Fun friends in the town where you … Continue reading "Let’s Go! #255 – Let’s Grow Our Hair Long" The post Let’s Go! #255 – Let’s Grow Our Hair Long appeared first on DYNAMITE IN THE BRAIN.

Aaron Torres Sports Podcast
Bruce Pearl joins the show, NBA Finals thoughts + Aaron Right/Aaron Wrong

Aaron Torres Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 59:14


On today's show, Aaron shares his thoughts on the Warriors clinching another NBA title, before welcoming back an old friend of the show: Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl. Finally, he plays "Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron Was Wrong" discussing the NBA Finals, boosters gone crazy in the NIL world and bad college baseball picks. Here's a full rundown of today's show: NBA Finals thoughts (2:00): Aaron opens the show with some quick thoughts on Golden State winning another NBA title. He explains why he has a newfound appreciation for the Warriors and Steph Curry after these Finals. Also, did Boston blow their best chance at a title? Bruce Pearl joins the show (21:00): Next up, Aaron welcomes in old friend, Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl to the show. The guys discuss Auburn's summer tour to Israel, and why Coach Pearl takes the responsibility of being a "teacher" for his young players seriously. Also, he explains why Jabari Smith should be the No. 1 pick in this NBA Draft and previews his 2023-2023 Tiger squad. Aaron Right/Aaron Wrong (41:45): Finally, Aaron wraps the show by playing America's favorite game "Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron Was Wrong." He discusses his biggest NBA Finals hits and misses, the one basketball star he totally whiffed on, and why the NCAA is finally listening to him on the biggest issue in college sports. Also, a rouge booster is back in the news - just like Aaron told you he would be. Make sure to... Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook Follow on YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sports Radio 105.5 WNSP
The Game Plan HR 3 6.16.22 - Mick Gillispie, Justin Ferguson

Sports Radio 105.5 WNSP

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:58


On a Tide and Tiger Report Thursday, Mick Gillispie of BamaInsider joins the show for the Tide side, and Justin Ferguson of the Auburn Observer joins for the Tiger side. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wnsp/support

AFL Daily
The Tiger train rolls on, Eagles must show some fight

AFL Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 19:55


Damian Barrett and Sarah Olle bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily The Tiger Train rumbles on (0:31); Shai Bolton's “unscripted” moment draws the ire of his coach (4:52); It's time to show some fight for the Eagles (8:35); Spud's Game (12:53); A preview of Josh Gabelich's fascinating interview with Toby Greene  (16:13) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sports Radio 105.5 WNSP
Tiger Report with Justin Ferguson

Sports Radio 105.5 WNSP

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 13:16


Justin Ferguson of the Auburn Observer joins The Game Plan to talk Auburn in Omaha as well as recruiting updates and other news around The Plains. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wnsp/support

Busted Pilot Podcast
Series Business: 'Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood' EP Ellen Doherty on New 'Daniel' Movie

Busted Pilot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 14:55


Broadcasting + Cable's Michael Malone chats with Ellen Doherty, the executive producer of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, about the series sixth season.

Let's Go JoJo - The Weekly JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Podcast
Let's Go! #254 – Let's Turn To The Dark Side

Let's Go JoJo - The Weekly JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 75:41


Tiger & Bunny Season II Episode 6 “Youth should be regarded with respect” BIRDIE WING -Golf Girls’ Story Episode 6 – Rebellion's Cry Ya Boy Kongming Episode 7 Plan for Peace Throughout the World, Vol. 1 The Demon Girl Next Door Season 2 Episode 6 Vow Under the Setting Sun! The Path Forward for Demonkind … Continue reading "Let’s Go! #254 – Let’s Turn To The Dark Side" The post Let’s Go! #254 – Let’s Turn To The Dark Side appeared first on DYNAMITE IN THE BRAIN.

Dylan Corbet
Wingin' It Episode 69

Dylan Corbet

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 47:57


The guys are back to Joker 2: The Musical, a Missouri woman somehow finessing Geico for millions, LeBron and Tiger becoming billionaires, Justin Bieber's face paralysis, robots having souls, and RIP Internet Explorer.

Dan Barreiro
Justin Gaard in for Barreiro - Bob Harig - Bumper to Bumper 6/15 Hour One

Dan Barreiro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 40:35


Justin Gaard fills in for Barreiro, he looks at a troubling poll that came out, and Bob Harig joins to talk all things golf including LIV and his book on Tiger and Phil.

Storynory - Stories for Kids
The Monkey's Laughing Place

Storynory - Stories for Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 17:29


A man catches a monkey in a trap. All the animals that the monkey has tricked think he has tricked his last. But the monkey keeps on laughing. The Tiger and the Bear want to find out why the monkey thinks everything is funny. As a bonus, we read another story from our recent writing competition. Sponsored by Athletic Greens.

The Fire Pit with Matt Ginella
Fire Drill 024: Final U.S. Open Preview

The Fire Pit with Matt Ginella

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 41:48


On the eve of the Open, Alan Shipnuck, Michael Bamberger and Ryan French offer a final Fire Drill preview, touching on Tiger's absence, JT's emergence, the glory of TCC and the feeling in the air of LIV vs. the Tour. Stay for the bonus scenes after the credits! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Darren, Daunic and Chase
Hour 4: Eddie George and Dawg Mentality (06-15-2022)

Darren, Daunic and Chase

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 41:31


In the fourth hour of the show, the guys talked with Tennessee State University Head Coach Eddie George about the Tiger football team's upcoming season. Later in the hour, the guys talk about dawg mentality and Jeffery Simmons contract negotiations. 

RJ Bell's Dream Preview
2022 US Open Picks & Predictions !!

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 67:25


Will Doctor and James Leadbetter get you ready for this week's golf major. The boys are on a roll and ready to smash the bookies.

RJ Bell's Dream Preview
2022 US Open Picks & Predictions !!

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 67:25


Will Doctor and James Leadbetter get you ready for this week's golf major. The boys are on a roll and ready to smash the bookies.

The Hank Haney Podcast
Ep. 682: What's next for Tiger Woods?

The Hank Haney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 24:15


First, Hank reacts to Tiger Woods' withdrawal from the U.S. Open (1:00) and then he explains why Tiger may have declined LIV Golf's invitation (18:00).  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dead Cat
Coming to You From a Soon To Be Chesa-Free San Francisco (w/Jonathan Weber)

Dead Cat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 52:34


I moved from San Francisco to New York, in February 2019, back before it was cool to turn tail on the tech mecca. Truth be told, I’ll always have a special place in my heart for San Francisco, but my girlfriend beckoned from Brooklyn.I’m writing this from my flight back to New York after over a week in SF. I spent much of it in an Airbnb next to Mr. Pickle’s on Van Ness Avenue and then a few days crashing at a fellow tech reporter’s apartment in the Outer Richmond. I ate Mission Chinese and La Taqueria, drank at Brass Tacks and The Monk’s Kettle, and made it up to Calistoga for a picturesque vineyard wedding.But did I spend any time working for you, dear reader? Yes, not to worry. I spent my days shuttling from South Park to the Presidio, catching up with venture capitalists, founders, tech media insiders, and senior tech executives. And I spent my nights getting drunk with them, eager for looser lips.Here are my key immediate takeaways:One source told me that even Insight Partners — which announced a $20 billion fund in February — has decided to seriously slow down big late stage private investments. Until recently, Insight looked like one of the last holdouts when it came to doing late stage deals even as the market unraveled. But now, like pretty much everyone else, it’s mostly focused on its existing portfolio.VC advice on the downturn — even Sequoia Capital’s presentation to founders — has felt too much like content marketing. For some startup CEOs it can feel a bit like you’re the goody two-shoes, “A” student in the classroom, when the teacher reprimands everyone. You think the rebuke applies to you, but really the message is meant for the troublemakers. But it’s the most diligent among us that take these admonitions personally. Founders need advice specific to their company. There’s a sense that there have been many software engineers who have been overpromoted in the bull cycle and that this downturn could force some coders to reset their expectations about their appropriate rank and pay.I spent much of my time asking sources what the overarching, thematic story of the downturn would be. One venture capitalist gave me my favorite answer: He argued that we’d look back on this downturn as a story of the perfect storm between retail and professional investor excesses. On the retail side, we saw the rise of Robinhood and Coinbase, and r/wallstreetbets trades on Kodak and GameStop. On the professional side, we saw firms like SoftBank and Tiger go so, so long without enough diligence to back it up.If I had to name a couple companies/firms that I think are most likely to represent this downturn, right now I’d name Instacart, Coinbase, Robinhood, GoPuff, Bird, Tesla, Tiger, and SoftBank. Though, right now, I think increasingly crypto is looking like it will be the category most associated with this cycle’s excesses.There’s been a lot of envy in traditional startup world of people who went over to the the crypto dark side. Now there’s all sorts of schadenfreude going on as crypto prices plummet. Some VCs are starting to admit (mostly in private) that they never really believed in crypto. Still, there’s so much money. Just as I was leaving the city, Coinbase announced that it was brutally laying off 18% of its staff, locking them out of their emails before they even had time to say goodbye.We’re overdue for a reckoning over who screwed over credulous investors with implausible SPAC deals. ~cough~ Chamath ~ cough ~ At least, Brad Gerstner’s Altimeter led the PIPE on its own terrible Grab SPAC deal. Andreessen Horowitz still remains, probably, the biggest nemesis of many firms in Silicon Valley. Sure, Tiger blew up the startup world. But what Tiger did was so unlike anything venture capital firms were doing, so there’s less professional jealousy. There are whispers that things aren’t as copacetic internally at a16z as might appear from their highly choreographed public communications. It would seem that part of the explanation for the explosion of funds at the firm has been the explosion of egos. Instead of resolving interpersonal conflicts on the consumer fund, let’s just create a gaming fund. In that light, it’s pretty amazing that the firm couldn’t figure out a way to keep Katie Haun. Consumer investing across the board seems challenged. What’s going on over at Popshop, Lunchclub, Cameo, and Clubhouse just to name a few? I guess investors simply wishing consumer investing into being without a strong new thesis wasn’t exactly an omen for the sector’s inevitable success. (I will say that Whatnot and BeReal remain two consumer plays that I’m still following.) What will it mean for this generation of consumer investors? Benchmark’s next generation consumer investor, Sarah Tavel, seems to have made her best investment in business-to-business company Chainalysis, last valued at $8.6 billion. Speaking of Benchmark, the firm deserves some credit for holding firm on its strategy as other venture firms’ fund sizes got crazy. Sure, Benchmark probably could have made way more money if it topped up its own investments — but then it might be taking the heat that Benchmark favorite Altimeter is getting right now over its overexuberance. There’s money and reputation to manage. Benchmark has always made enough money to value its reputation. (That’s something Travis Kalanick, Adam Neumann, Nirav Tolia, etc. surely gripe about.)Last year’s hype around venture capital firms indefinitely holding onto private companies long after they go public is looking like pure bubble thinking. Sequoia’s timing on its all-in-one, hold indefinitely “The Sequoia Capital Fund” looks a little more like one of the excesses from the bull market. But limited partners seem too afraid to do anything to unwind the strategy shift that seems designed to enrich the firm’s general partners. (Reach out to me if you have off-the-record intel on this.)Investors are dramatically slowing the pace of their investments. These funds are going to last years longer than they would have in bull times. Multi-stage investors seem more inclined to double-down on their existing portfolio companies than to make new bets. Bridge rounds are on everyone’s lips. Still, I heard from investors who had made secret Series B and C investments in companies this year. It’s a good time to make a bet on a company that got away for a hype-y Series A round.Startup founders think prospective employees want assurances that their company is really worth what the company says it is. Good private unicorns are in a bit of a bind. Prospective employees are now automatically giving their equity offers a mental haircut based on the market downturn. So good companies have an incentive to reaffirm their valuations with funding rounds during the downturn — even if it otherwise might be smarter to keep their valuations artificially low so as to maintain room to grow should conditions worsen. (I wish employees would get better at assessing companies based on fundamentals, rather than the last tick fundraising round. Employees are basically begging founders to maximize for valuation, which then minimizes employee upside.)Some small-to-medium sized companies are shopping themselves to their rival startups but it’s not always clear why the competitor would want to buy. Why take on additional burn and headcount when all you might end up getting is leads on some new customers? Sure, you might do some venture capital firm a favor, but what’s that really worth?There are some cracks in up-start media world. The most obvious tremor is at BuzzFeed where the stock has sunk 54% in a month. Reporters have been leaving in droves. Meanwhile, The Information lost one of its top editors — Martin Peers. He’s long been a central figure over there. The Information’s up-and-coming venture capital reporter Berber Jin departed to the Wall Street Journal, as did Sarah Krouse who will be covering Netflix for the Journal. Stephen Nellis returned to Reuters. Meanwhile spirits seem strong at my former employer, Bloomberg. The ascendance of the player-coach editor seems to have people upbeat. Sarah Frier is leading big tech coverage and Lucas Shaw (who has been a guest on Dead Cat) is running the show on Hollywood coverage. And somehow Bloomberg just lured back a former star reporter who had left to join the startup ranks: Alex Barinka — who left Bloomberg as a deals reporter to help launch Imran Khan’s Verishop before going over to Stitch Fix — is joining Frier’s team as a social media reporter based in LA. Next week I’m in Toronto for Collision where I’ll be interviewing Uncork Capital’s Andy McLoughlin, Real Ventures’ Janet Bannister, and Left Lane Capital’s Vinny Pujji on a panel Wednesday called “Survival of the leanest: The importance of being capital efficient.” Then, less than an hour later I’ll interview General Catalyst’s Hemant Taneja about responsible innovation. On Thursday, I’ll ask “Has the tech bubble burst... again?!” in a panel with FirstMark’s Matt Turck, Lux’s Deena Shakir, and Neo Financial’s Andrew Chau. Expect the most interesting tidbits in this newsletter late next week.Talking about Chesa Boudin on Dead CatMy first meeting in San Francisco started with a tour of The San Francisco Standard, the Michael Moritz-funded local news enterprise. My old editor Jonathan Weber — once the editor of tech media dot-com icon The Industry Standard — is the editor-in-chief over at the SF Standard. Weber, Dead Cat co-host Tom Dotan, and I met up for a nice dinner at The Morris in the Mission. After spending the evening discussing San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin’s recall, Tom and I convinced Weber to come on the Dead Cat podcast and talk about the Standard and San Francisco politics.Tom thinks I’m going to get eviscerated by San Franciscans for my politics. This is something we’ve never seen before: a New Yorker opining on San Francisco local affairs. I did my best to offend conservatives and liberals alike, maligning the police while rooting for tech’s ascendant influence on San Francisco politics. Weber makes the case for objective, follow-the-reporting local news and outlines the real issues underpinning the recall. He explains how money is simultaneously to blame and not to blame for Boudin’s recall. And he defends the Standard against its critics for its influential story on Boudin’s refusal to make drug arrests. We interrogate what Boudin’s defeat means for the future of progressive politics and the city of San Francisco.Give it a listen.Read the automated transcript. Get full access to Newcomer at www.newcomer.co/subscribe

Freedman Fantasy Football Show
FTN Bets Cast - PGA US Open Best Bets w/ Josh Culp

Freedman Fantasy Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 12:30


FTNBets Benny Ricciardi (@BennyR11) is joined by FTNDaily #PGA expert Josh Culp (@futureoffantasy) to discuss the US Open. Get the 100% match bonus up to $100, by clicking here: https://www.Sleeper.com/FTNBETSPromo Code: "BENNY" saves you 20% on any package at FTNFTNFantasy: https://www.FTNFantasy.com/pricingFTNBets: https://www.FTNBets.com/pricingFTNDaily: https://www.FTNDaily.com/pricingThe easiest way to find the best price on any prop bet: https://www.ftnbets.com/prop-shopFor the Best Sports Book deposit bonuses: www.ftnbets.com/sportsbooks

3 Yards and A Cloud of Smoke
Fathers and Freedom

3 Yards and A Cloud of Smoke

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 87:41


The Cloud of Smoke boy are back again with another fire episode! This week we open up with thoughts on rapper The Game saying that he could be a Billionaire "if he wanted to" on the heals of Tiger woods becoming the second active athlete to be named a billionaire. We then intro the show and dive right into this upcoming holiday weekend featuring Father's Day and Juneteenth. We discuss feelings about Father's day and share how we celebrate in our homes. We then discuss Juneteenth and making that the new BBQ day, but with rules for the kids. From there we wrap with the latest community to be offended and why singer/rapper Lizzo had to apologize. Join us for all this and MORE! Tune in now and share with a friend!!

Shedunnit
Looking East

Shedunnit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 21:57


Expanding the horizons of golden age detective fiction. Many thanks to my guest, Christopher Huang. You can find out more about his work at ricordius.com. His first mystery novel is A Gentleman's Murder. Read his article "How Do You Decolonise The Golden Age Mystery? Read More Historical Fiction!" at crimereads.com. Find out more about this episode at shedunnitshow.com/lookingeast. To support the podcast, be part of a superb bookish community, and get two bonus episodes a month, become a member of the Shedunnit Book Club now at shedunnitbookclub.com/join. Books mentioned: — The Cadfael series by Ellis Peters — X Esquire by Leslie Charteris — The Seven Dials Mystery by Agatha Christie — Meet the Tiger by Leslie Charteris — Miss Moorthy Investigates by Ovidia Yu — Ronald Knox's "Decalogue" — "The Rules" episode of Shedunnit — The Charlie Chan series by Earl Derr Biggers — The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie — A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee — The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey — The Frangipani Tree Mystery by Ovidia Yu NB: Links to Blackwell's are affiliate links, meaning that the podcast receives a small commission when you purchase a book there (the price remains the same for you). Blackwell's is a UK bookseller that ships internationally at no extra charge. To be the first to know about future developments with the podcast, sign up for the newsletter at shedunnitshow.com/newsletter. The podcast is on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram as @ShedunnitShow, and you can find it in all major podcast apps. Make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss the next episode. Click here to do that now in your app of choice. Find a full transcript of this episode at shedunnitshow.com/lookingeasttranscript

The Alan Cox Show
Aussie Dog Fingering/ Shotgun Childbirth/ Attell The Cuck/ Noisy Bathroom/ Tiger & Kaitlyn/ Mom Bomb/ Everybody Loves Mar'/ Canadian Pirates/ Mavis Beacon/ Poundcake Zones Out

The Alan Cox Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 178:17


The Geoff Calkins Show
June 14, 2022 -- Hour 1

The Geoff Calkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 60:00


Geoff opens the show by discussing the latest Tiger basketball news before then offering his reaction to Game 5 of the NBA Finals.  Gary Parrish joins the show. 

Inside Outside
Investing in Emerging Markets, Startup and Corporate Innovation & Market Dynamics with Courtney Powell, COO and Managing Partner at 500 Global

Inside Outside

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 19:32


On this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, we sit down with Courtney Powell, COO and Managing Partner at 500 Global. Courtney and I talk about investing in emerging markets, the differences between startup and corporate innovation, and the current market dynamics that startups and corporate should be paying attention to.Inside Outside Innovation is the podcast to help the new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage, and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started. Interview Transcript with Courtney Powell, COO and Managing Partner at 500 GlobalBrian Ardinger: Welcome to another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. I'm your host, Brian Ardinger. And as always, we have another amazing guest. Today we have Courtney Powell. She is COO and Managing Partner of 500 Global. Welcome to the show. Courtney Powell: Thank you so much for having me. Excited to be here Brian. Brian Ardinger: In a certain way, it's coming back to our original roots of the Inside Outside podcast. Where the original podcast episodes were an inside look at startups outside the valley. And we thought, hey, what better way to have a conversation around that then inviting you to talk about what's going on at 500 Global. Because for those who may not be familiar with 500 Global's $2.7 billion under assets and management. You've invested in probably 2,000 to 3,000 startups around the world. And 45 Unicorns have come out of that, in nine different countries. So, you've definitely been on the forefront of looking at what entrepreneurship is outside the valley. Can you talk about your journey into this innovation space from entrepreneur to corporate innovator to venture capital? Courtney Powell: You kind of mentioned a little bit about 500's history in terms of starting in the Valley, but then pretty quickly deciding to invest worldwide. So, I actually came to know 500 pretty early into my own entrepreneurial journey.So, in 2010, I was based in Austin, Texas. And I had already actually been a part of a really early startup that had done well. But I joined when I was 19. So, one of the first employees with the two other gentlemen who started it. I kind of watched firsthand as that company went from literally being, I remember it so clearly in my mind, it was like a yellow legal pad that they were describing the technology on that they wanted to do. The company was called Boundless Network and they were trying to create automated group buying software for corporations who wanted to buy pens and koozies. And drive down the cost by having this kind of group buy system. So I saw really up close what it was like to go from this legal pad to raise what I think amounted to, you know, more than $50 million ultimately.And the company then got acquired down the road by Zazzle's. I saw this journey and right away knew that this was my calling. I wanted to start companies. And so about five years after I started working at Boundless in 2010, I launched my own company, which at the time was really early in marketing automation consulting.So, I was doing Salesforce implementation, also marketing automation consulting. That taught me a lot about what it was like to run my own company and particular consulting firm, which you know, has a lot of challenges. A few years into that, I was struck with an idea for my first tech startup. And that was around helping consumers when they had problems with big companies like Time Warner Cable, or Airlines, or, you know, Telecoms or all these other companies.So long story short, I started the company in Austin. And in Austin, the venture network at that time was very small. It's still relatively small, but very, very small then. And I remember feeling like, okay, I don't really know how to get plugged in to the network here. I am a female, a young mother trying to raise capital. I'm the only woman in the room and, you know, in 99% of the cases. And somebody told me about 500. So, 500 had just started, you know, they were a year, I guess, into existence. And I made my way to the Valley. Applied to the accelerator. Got into one of their early accelerators. And that was really my first introduction to the world of Silicon Valley. And having received investment from 500. After that, I then ran that company for a few years before shutting it down. And then got into building consumer real estate tech.And I eventually became CEO of another company called Agent Pronto. Which is still up and running. Ultimately it got acquired by Fidelity. And then after my time at Agent Pronto, I joined Keller Williams. And I joined Keller Williams, not as a real estate agent or at the brokerage level, but at the parent company level. Where I focused not just on building out consumer tech initially, but eventually got into corporate dev.And began helping them to diligence companies, look at investment opportunities, and long story short decided that, you know, I wanted to move it to venture someday and see the other side of the table and eventually made my way to 500. Brian Ardinger: Excellent. I want to dive into 500 and what you're doing now. And can you talk a little bit about the strategy that 500 has employed to uncover high value opportunities in under-invested markets?Courtney Powell: Yeah. So, you know, as I mentioned, it was really two things that 500, I like to say, got right. One was this idea of diversification. You know, especially when 500 started in 2010, the idea of investing in a 100, 200, 300, 400 companies a year was very, very new and controversial. Diversification was really important.And then as I mentioned, also investing outside of the Valley. Even when 500 was looking for example, to move the office from Mountain View to San Francisco in 2013, that was still odd. Let alone the idea of, you know, investing today in over 80 countries. That really just came from the belief that we knew that there was talent everywhere. And really, it was just a matter of being able to pair that talent and those opportunities with capital. And I would also say the practices that maybe were commonplace in Silicon Valley, that in other countries and other regions, weren't yet as mature as what we were used to in the Valley. So that combination of both the investment practices. The friendliness toward founders. The standardized terms. You know, the combination of really wanting to not just provide capital, but also make sure that we were bringing founder friendliness, standardized terms, to these other regions and just trying to, you know, meet these founders who were creating incredible ideas and definitely had the skillset to be able to take things forward. That was really the spark and the ethos that has built 500 into what it is today. Brian Ardinger: It's interesting. You talked about some of the positive benefits that the Valley brings as far as when it comes to venture, and that. Can you talk to maybe some of the bad habits that venture capital in Silicon Valley, you try to avoid when going into different markets?I think about some of the things of over-indexing, for example, as you have to be a Stanford grad or things along those lines that you typically hear about. How do you avoid some of the habits or bad habits or traps that venture capital in the valley is known for? Courtney Powell: I mean, I think it's definitely well-known that venture capital as a whole has a diversity problem. I think of that problem, not just in terms of the demographic diversity, but also the geographic diversity as well. So, I think with 500, in particular from the beginning, there was a focus on a couple of different things. Number one, having been built by operators and people who didn't have the Stanford background necessarily. I think made the firm keenly aware that there were many other people out there who maybe had a non-traditional path who wasn't the 20-year-old Stanford male.And so right away was really actively looking to not only invest in founders who were diverse, but hire teams, investment decision makers who were diverse. So today, I mean, I know there are very few funds and firms led by females. I think we have been really open with our own diversity stats and our own commitment with regard to investing in underrepresented founders.And as I said, also, geographically. I think this is a huge opportunity, as well. So, I do think that you see today is still only just a few percentage points of VC actually being invested into women. I think that's such an interesting stat because around the world, even in the Middle East, for example, where people often think that, of course there couldn't be like a huge amount of deal flow of female founders, almost 30% of our portfolio is female founded. In the Middle East. 30%. So, this isn't a pipeline problem. It's not a pipeline problem in the U S. It's not a pipeline problem anywhere else in the world. It is really the intent, and I think the makeup of the teams who are making investment decisions. Brian Ardinger: So how do you go about identifying talent and how is it different across cultures, across languages and that? Are there things that specifically you look for? Courtney Powell: That's an interesting question. And I think it varies a lot. It has varied over time, as our firm has evolved from starting as an accelerator to today investing multiple stages. All the way from pre-seed to pre-IPO. You look for very different skillsets. But at the end of the day, what has been really critical for 500, is a commitment to, you know, the original ethos backing these founders all around the world. All around the various underrepresented communities. And I think also, you know, the belief that we have that's core, is we say that our mission statement is uplifting people and economies around the world through entrepreneurship. And what we mean by that is we want people who believe that investing is actually the best way to advance societies. To advance individuals as well. So, you know, we want to make sure that we're doing that in a way that is contributing to the development of these ecosystems. And it's done in a sustainable way. And I don't mean sustainable in this sense. You know, more of like the ESG mindset. But more like we want to be contributing to communities where we're hiring people who are going to be long-term in a community. Who are going to bring skillsets back to that community, that they are local to? We really try to avoid the fly in fly out model.And in these ecosystems, we say that we are both hyper-local and global. And that's really true. We're building, you know, long-term teams on the ground. And of course, keeping connected back to our kind of home base in Silicon Valley. But we really believe that we can contribute to an ecosystem in that way. Brian Ardinger: You talk a lot about the diversity in the companies and the people that you invest in. What are some of the opportunities that you're seeing in emerging markets, whether it's region specific or sector specific? What are you seeing out there?Courtney Powell: This year in particular, I've spent a lot of time in the, in the middle east and Africa and Pakistan, which has been really fascinating. And the key lesson that I've learned at my time at 500 is that founders are the same every where.Like the energy, the creativity, this need to kind of bring to life some value or some product, you know, that is inside of you. That energy is the same whether you're talking to somebody in Cairo or, you know, in Iowa, or in Silicon Valley, it doesn't matter. I think some of the trends that we're seeing definitely a huge boom in FinTech. But I'll qualify that and say that the types of FinTech plays that are exciting in emerging markets are very different in some sense than what you might see today coming from the Valley. So, a huge emphasis on financial inclusion. So, if we just take Pakistan for a moment. 230 million people in Pakistan. Less than 300,000 people have ever made an investment in the stock market. So that tells you, you know, the gap that exists. Or I was in Senegal recently. And Senegal, the population size is escaping me. I think it's about 30 million. But less than 30,000 people have salaried jobs. So, the ability to create really infrastructure level products for financial inclusion, to bring people out from the shadow banking world and into a more traditional and hopefully better system, I think is really incredible.Brian Ardinger: We talked earlier about you had a chance to spend some time in the corporate innovation space as well. I'd love to get your insights on how corporate innovation compares to some of the things that you're seeing in startup innovation. What's similar what's different? Courtney Powell: It's very interesting to me now to reflect back on my time in corporate development and corporate innovation, because today I'm often asked to do that at the government level. Where we'll come in and work, you know, with these governments around the world who are trying to take on actually a very similar mandate, right? How do we incorporate this innovation into our own workforce? But at the same time, you know, there's also some startups that we're looking to back. And, you know, I think what I took away from my time in corporate innovation, there's a lot of room to create misaligned incentives. What I hear and have seen is oftentimes we have corporations who are trying to either buy an innovation and become innovative by osmosis. Or by innovation and quell it immediately and create an exclusive product for themselves. Right. And both of those things I think are very, very difficult to do. But I've also seen it work well where both parties are very upfront about what they can bring to the table. And the guardrails are really set up front. In order to either A: Allow innovation to continue to flourish or B: Know exactly where in the value chain they're expected to build into. You know when they're acquiring these companies. We get asked a lot of time as 500 to help corporations create these programs for themselves, run accelerators, this type of thing. And I've seen some of that be successful as well. But again, it really has to be about understanding what those incentives need to be and, you know, making sure all parties are really aware of what the opportunities are. So, I think it's tricky and I see it now much differently, you know, as the other side of the table, I think. I still think, you know, you've got great examples of companies out there who get it right. And build teams and let them run. And give them the mandate and the support needed to really, you know, find some innovative ways to bring themselves into the digital world. Brian Ardinger: Absolutely. I don't know if it's similar type of dynamics in a startup realm around how difficult it is to create a billion-dollar company from scratch. I think it's probably similar odds for corporations oftentimes to think and become an innovative company. Courtney Powell: I think that's a great way to put it. And you know, I actually think one of the best examples of corporate innovation that we've ever seen is probably not one that we think of as corporate innovation, which is Amazon.Amazon building their core business of course their online retailers and platforms but having given teams within Amazon the freedom to experiment with something on like AWS who today is driving like the biggest profit center of the company. But again, that's less of an initiative and more, just a result of a culture that it's okay to fail. That's really, I think the innovative characteristic that a lot of the programs that, you know, I think have evolved maybe could use more of. Brian Ardinger: Absolutely. Obviously, we're living in very uncertain times. Current market dynamics are changing, especially in the United States where you're hearing a lot of venture capital firms saying, you know, buckle up for downturns and recessions and everything around that. What is your take on the current market dynamics? What are you seeing both inside or outside the Valley? Courtney Powell: You know, I've been asked this question a lot in emerging markets, because I think people are really looking to understand the U S position right now. I think generally speaking from my vantage point, it will be difficult to curb the volatility unless inflation is dealt with much more aggressively than what it has been in recent months and even years. Now, I think in terms of how it's affecting the startup ecosystems around the world I am definitely seeing a slowdown at the later stage and that's across markets. You know, whether it's the US or the Middle East, or I'm hearing less about East Asia, but certainly already in Europe as well. Those later stage rounds, I mean, you had the market, you had Tiger, SoftBank, people kind of flooding these big, late-stage rounds who now are suffering in the public markets. And therefore, they don't have as much cash to cross over with. I think that's a real consideration for later stage investors.We're seeing less of it in the seed stages. However, I think that people are pretty spooked. Founders are spooked. So, I think so many people are telling their own portfolios to really just kind of buckle down. And we're starting to see founders just try and close these rounds as quickly as possible.And you know, it's a great opportunity to focus on, you know, on one side of the table, on your unit economics. And if you have the war chest right now, then it's a great time to deploy it. So, I think there will be people who come out ahead of this downturn. Certainly, it's a great time to deploy capital. And I think we all hope that whatever this is over quickly. But in any case, the arc of history is still heading toward technology just leveling every single industry. So, I think there's still a lot of upside to be had. For More InformationBrian Ardinger: We are definitely living in interesting times, and I really do appreciate you coming on Inside Outside Innovation to tell us a little bit about what you're seeing out there. Courtney, if people want to find out more about yourself or about 500, what's the best way to do that? Courtney Powell: For myself, you can follow me on Twitter @CourtneyPowell and same on LinkedIn. And with 500, you can check us out at fivehundred.co or follow us @500globalVC on Twitter. Brian Ardinger: Excellent. Well, Courtney, thanks again for being on the show. Really appreciate it. And looking forward to continuing the conversation. Courtney Powell: Thanks so much Brian. Take care.Brian Ardinger: That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. Until next time, go out and innovate.FREE INNOVATION NEWSLETTER & TOOLSGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE HEREYou can also search every Inside Outside Innovation Podcast by Topic and Company.  For more innovations resources, check out IO's Innovation Article Database, Innovation Tools Database, Innovation Book Database, and Innovation Video Database.  Also don't miss IO2022 - Innovation Accelerated in Sept, 2022.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Getting Gritty - Mike Denbrock, Offensive Coordinator, LSU

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 18:40


On todays' episode we share a segment from the Louisiana Football Coaches Association Clinic in which Mike Denbrock, Offensive Coordinator at LSU shares the them which they are building the Tiger's offense around "Getting Gritty." He breaks that down and shares what it means to their unit and why it is important. Shownotes: -Background with Coach Kelly -Theme to build around -Identity of the unit -"Gritty" -Uncommonly successful -Are you showing grit here? -What "grit" means to LSU -Resolve and conviction about what you are doing -Breaking down "Grit" -Grateful -Resiliency -Intensity -Together Check out our sponsor Sportscope and their leading technology for end zone cameras and sideline instant replay: Sportscope.com Related: Mike Denbrock - Complimentary Football, Teaching the Why's, RPO https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/from-the-archives-mike-denbrock-offensive-coordinator-university-of-cincinnati Coach Denbrock on CoachTube: https://bit.ly/3xss9FF Louisiana Football Coaches Association on CoachTube: https://bit.ly/3zCEUQF

Time To Say Goodbye
Battle hymn of a second-gen tiger + Andy's last ep :(

Time To Say Goodbye

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 100:42


Hello from Andy’s couch! We take a break from the NBA finals to record Andy’s last ep as co-host : (Per his request, the podsquad talks Amy Chua’s now decade-old book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother—and argues about everything in it. Is the Chinese Tiger Mother actually a thing? Does it matter that Chua is an upper-class second-generation parent? What kind of Asian America does the book describe? Can the satirical bent of the book erase its meanness and cultural essentialism? (Note: we focus pretty narrowly on the memoir and don’t get into her husband’s suspension from Yale for sexual harassment or her own professorial misconduct… but yeah, a lot there.)Then, we send Andy off with thanks and

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Dick Mast, Poplar Grove GC Dir. Of Instruction On US Open + A Tiger Story

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 14:28


Today on The Fast Lane with Ed Lane : - Ed & Trey Lyle react to the end of the Spring Sports Season - Poplar Grove Golf Club Director of Instruction Dick Mast on LIV Golf and previews U.S. Open Championship

Bull & Fox
Bob Harig says PGA Tour is very worried and they should be; LIV Golf is incredibly disruptive to the game

Bull & Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 20:02


Bob Harig talks about Phil Mickelson and other golfers joining LIV Golf, how disruptive this is for the game of golf, the PGA's level of worry with this rival league, possible changes the PGA could implement and his new book, "Tiger & Phil: Golf's Most Fascinating Rivalry". 

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Mo'Nique's Sister Calls Her Out/Tiger's Net Worth

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 4:49


Mo's sister is warning The Queen to take it easy and we got another Billionaire on our hands.  There is also some Black girl magic in The Mile High City. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
PMS 2.0 682 - Joe Pompliano, Darius Butler, & Gabe Morency

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 120:54


On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about Davante Adams' comments on his relationship with Aaron Rodgers and why he ultimately decided to request a trade to the Raiders, tonight's NBA Finals game and who we should like betting wise as things should be crazy in the Garden, and everything else happening in the sports world. Joining the program, host of The Joe Pomp show, sports business reporter, @JoePompliano joins the show to chat about LIV golf, LeBron and Tiger becoming billionaires, if we'll start seeing more athletes become billionaires, why he still likes Bitcoin, how F1 has exploded, and more (21:24-49:00). Later, 9 year NFL vet at Defensive Back, host of The Man-To-Man podcast, Darius Butler joins the show chat about everything going on in the NFL, NBA, and more (1:02:24-1:30:56). Later, sports radio icon and gambling icon, SportsRage himself, Gabe Morency joins the show to chat about his best bets of the weekend, some trendy USFL and CFL picks, and who he likes in the NBA and NHL finals, and the UFC fights this weekend (1:30:58-1:57:27). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show, and listen on Sirius XM Channel 82, Mad Dog Radio. We appreciate the hell out of all you. See you tomorrow, cheers.