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80's Flick Flashback
#64 - "First Blood" (1982) with Laramy Wells from the "Moving Panels" Podcast

80's Flick Flashback

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 73:23


Based loosely on David Morrell's 1972 novel of the same name, this 80's flick was the first of a decades long franchise. Unlike the following sequels which were war adventure films set in foreign countries, this was a post-Vietnam War psychological thriller set in the United States that lacks the gore and violence that would later become a trademark of the series. So journey back with us to the small town of Hope, Washington as Tim Williams and guest co-host Laramy Wells from "Moving Panels" Podcast discuss “First Blood” from 1982 on this episode of the 80's Flick Flashback Podcast! Here are some additional behind the scenes trivia we were unable to cover in this episode: Sylvester Stallone accidentally broke the nose of Alf Humphreys (Lester) during the jail escape scene by elbowing him in the face, which is why he is seen wearing a band-aid throughout the rest of the film. Coincidentally, this is what Rambo does to a policeman in the novel during the exact same scene. For the sequence where Rambo falls through a large tree and hits one of the branches, Stallone had to film the scene twice. He was asked to film it a third time, but he had broken his rib on the branch the second time through. "It was pretty easy to act out the pain," he notes. In the final scene when Rambo has an emotional breakdown with Col. Trautman, the story he tells Trautman about his friend and fellow Baker teammate Danforth (involving the '58 Chevy Convertible and the wired shoe box that blows up, mortally wounding him) was actually a true story told to Sylvester Stallone by a Vietnam War veteran who had had a similar traumatizing experience during the war. Sources: Wikipedia, IMDB, Rotten Tomatoes, https://rambo.fandom.com/wiki/First_Blood Send us an email or reach out to us on social media to let us know what you liked, what you loved, what we may have missed, or what 80's movie we should discuss next! https://linktr.ee/80sFlickFlashback --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/moviviews80sff/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moviviews80sff/support

What's Up Next Podcast
343. Is Your Money Serving You? w/ Mark Trautman

What's Up Next Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 54:17


We talk with Mark Trautman his path to financial independence, his financial decisions, and the loss of his beloved wife Marge. We discuss the important role money plays in our lives and what it can and can't do for us. 

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
Adam Trautman is ready to take the next step, but he needs to stay healthy

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 31:58


Kristian and Bobby talked about Taysom Hill and Ian Book ahead of week one of the preseason. Oleh Kosel, the editor-in-chief of The Bird Writes, joined the show to explain why the Pelicans won't make a trade for Nets superstar Kevin Durant. Kristian gave his two "K-Dawg's Dogs" from Tuesday's training camp practice, and the guys broke down sound bites from Dennis Allen's press conference.

Big Easy In The Big Apple: New Orleans Saints Podcast
Adebo and Trautman Turning Heads And Positive News On Alvin Kamara

Big Easy In The Big Apple: New Orleans Saints Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 32:14


Paulson Adebo and Adam Trautman are off to a good start at training camp plus we get good news regarding Alvin Kamara.

Who Dat Confessional
Ep 579: Michael Thomas back practicing & confident | Payton Turner with a big day | Kwon to New York

Who Dat Confessional

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 65:50


WBEN Extras
Andrew Trautman, Flint Kitchen & Bar on Cars on Main project

WBEN Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 1:16


Polk and Kush: A Not-So-Serious New Orleans Sports Podcast

Kush visits Nashville and regales us with tale of Kid Rock's bar's interesting rules. Polk doesn't have any local grievances for once. The Pelicans gear up to send some prominent players to Vegas to hit the pine with truck drivers, meanwhile the Saints send Trautman to a farm upstate (tight end university) and the city surveys its citizens to see if they think New Orleans is headed in the right direction. Polk & Kush is sponsored by Ale on Oak, over 30 beers on tap, a full menu, spacious patio, and all the local teams on tons of TVs in the heart of uptown New Orleans. Theme song by Mike Wiebe of Riverboat Gamblers, Drakulas, and the International News Service podcast.

Rádio Gaúcha
presidente da Federasul, Anderson Trautman Cardoso - 29/06/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 11:01


Federasul realiza nesta quinta-feira o Encontro de Embaixadores

What's Up Next Podcast
315. 3D Finance:The Power of FinTalks w/ Amberly Grant, Mark Trautman, and Monique Smaby

What's Up Next Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 55:04


We are used to learning about finance in a 2D world. Maybe we read books, blogs, or listen to podcasts. Well, in the midst of COVID, Amberly Grant decided to start a series of zoom gatherings to talk money. She is joined by Mark Trautman and Monique Smaby to discuss the power of FinTalks.

Radio Naukowe
#93 Czarne dziury – bramy do innych Wszechświatów czy najprostsze obiekty w kosmosie? | prof. Jean-Pierre Lasota

Radio Naukowe

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 44:39


Czarne dziury to obiekty zbudowane z czystej grawitacji. A grawitacja – jak nas nauczył Einstein – to geometria. Czyż to nie fascynujące? Z drugiej strony, czarne dziury są na tyle proste, że do ich opisu wystarczą dwie liczby: masa i moment pędu. A „z trzeciej strony”, być może będą mogły nam opowiedzieć o tajemnicach samych początków Wszechświata. – Sądzimy, że znane nam czarne dziury powstały w wyniki zapadnięcia się jąder bardzo masywnych gwiazd. Ale nie ma dowodu, że wszystkie zostały utworzone w ten sposób – mówi w Radiu Naukowym prof. Jean-Pierre Lasota, astrofizyk i autor książki „Droga do czarnych dziur”. - Jest możliwe, że przynajmniej niektóre są pozostałościami po zaburzeniach z prawie samego początku ekspansji Wszechświata. Jeżeli tak jest i jeśli będziemy umieli to wykazać, to da nam bardzo istotne informacje, bo nie w każdych warunkach takie czarne dziury mogą powstać – dodaje. Prof. Lasota bada czarne dziury od początku swojej pracy naukowej. Były tematem jego pracy doktorskiej z lat 60. - Prof. Trautman zaproponował mi dwa tematy: równania ruchu w Ogólnej Teorii Względności albo, wtedy nowy, astrofizykę relatywistyczną, zapadanie się grawitacyjne… nawet chyba nie powiedział o czarnych dziurach, bo to określenie jeszcze nie funkcjonowało – wspomina. Prof. Lasota wybrał ten drugi, ambitniejszy.W „Drodze do czarnych dziur” wyjaśnia, jak te obiekty działają. – Starałem się zrobić to w sposób jak najprostszy. Z punktu widzenia kogoś, kto zna fizykę ze szkoły to nie powinno być aż tak skomplikowane – mówi autor. Radio Naukowe objęło książkę patronatem medialnym. Rozmawiamy również o promieniowaniu Hawkinga i kłopotach teoretycznych z nim związanych, o temperaturze czarnych dziur, o tym czy są to obiekty wieczne oraz czy matematyczne rozwiązanie opisujące obracające się czarne dziury jako portale do innych Wszechświatów może mieć odzwierciedlenie w rzeczywistości. Polecam!***Jeśli podobał Wam się ten podcast, chcecie, żeby Radio Naukowe się rozwijało – możecie mnie wesprzeć https://patronite.pl/radionaukowe. Od progu 10 zł zapraszam do grupy na FB, w której prywatnie i swobodnie rozmawiamy na tematy podcastu i nie tylko. Dzięki!

KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts
Laurie Trautman: Canadian Borders Crossings

KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 7:09


KGMI's Dianna Hawryluk talks to Laurie Trautman, Director of the Border Policy Research Institute at WWU, about Canada easing their border restrictions and the recent uptick of border crossing.

Good Jibes with Latitude 38
Brady Trautman and Alex Blue on Doing What Makes You Happy

Good Jibes with Latitude 38

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 64:45 Very Popular


This week's host, Nicki Bennett, is joined by Brady Trautman and Alex Blue to chat finding what you love on the water and sailing as a community. Brady and Blue have over 100,000 nautical miles of combined sailing experience, 14 years sailing around the world, and empower others to start their sailing journey through their sailing school and film company, Cruisers Academy. Hear how to turn your passion for sailing into a career, sail as a couple, the behind-the-scenes of their 80 North docuseries, the healing power of sailing, and how the duo first met. Learn more about Brady and Blue at CruisersAcademy.com and 80NorthSeries.com

The NightWatch Zone Podcast
Rambo 3 (1988) - REVIEW | The Ultimate Colossal Action Flick!?

The NightWatch Zone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 52:02


Rambo 3 is a classic action film from the 80s. Get ready for a heart-stopping, adrenaline-pumping thrill ride as Rambo is out to rescue Colonel Trautman. Let's talk about the explosions, gunfights and hand-to-hand combat that made this movie an instant classic!  The film depicts fictional events during the Soviet–Afghan War. In the film, Rambo sets out on a dangerous journey to Afghanistan in order to rescue his former commander and his longtime best friend, Col. Sam Trautman, from the hands of an extremely powerful and ruthless Soviet Army colonel who is bent on killing both Trautman and Rambo, while helping a local band of Afghan rebels fight against Soviet forces threatening to destroy their village.   #rambo3 #rambomovies #actionmovies  

The NightWatch Zone Podcast
Rambo 3 (1988) - REVIEW | The Ultimate Colossal Action Flick!?

The NightWatch Zone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 52:02


Rambo 3 is a classic action film from the 80s. Get ready for a heart-stopping, adrenaline-pumping thrill ride as Rambo is out to rescue Colonel Trautman. Let's talk about the explosions, gunfights and hand-to-hand combat that made this movie an instant classic!  The film depicts fictional events during the Soviet–Afghan War. In the film, Rambo sets out on a dangerous journey to Afghanistan in order to rescue his former commander and his longtime best friend, Col. Sam Trautman, from the hands of an extremely powerful and ruthless Soviet Army colonel who is bent on killing both Trautman and Rambo, while helping a local band of Afghan rebels fight against Soviet forces threatening to destroy their village.   #rambo3 #rambomovies #actionmovies  

Sailing - The Ocean Cruisers Podcast
Brian Trautman, SV Delos - Sailing - The Ocean Cruisers Podcast - Chat 28

Sailing - The Ocean Cruisers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 50:53


If you would like support us in the creation of the podcast please consider becoming a Patreon, we release the podcasts early to members as well as recovering our newsletter about upcoming guests so you can ask questions yourself. Anything is appreciated and it would be great to build a community around the podcast. www.patreon.com/oceancruisersThis week on The Ocean Cruisers podcast we are speaking with Brian Trautman of SV DelosBrain along with his wife Karin and his Daughter Sierra,  sail around the world on a 53ft Amel Super Maramu.Along with his brother Brady and a wild crew of world travellers they set off from Mexico in 2009 and never looked back.They started producing sailing videos for YouTube in 2010 and have since gained nearly 800,000 subscribers.Delos has now sailed 4 oceans and over 80,000 miles, visited 6 continents, over 47 countries and is about to cross the Panama Canal into the Pacific OceanIf you want to learn more about Brian you can visit his YouTube channel SV Deloshttps://www.youtube.com/c/svdelosFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, watch the interviews on Youtube and download the audio on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.You can follow our social media pages and interact with us by checking out the link below:https://linktr.ee/OceanCruisersPodcastEnergetic Rock | Hiking Free Music by Efficsounds & Alex-Productions | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx0_...https://www.efficsounds.co.ukMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licensehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/...

The Fisch Bowl
The Fisch Bowl Talks: With Horror Icon Alan Trautman Live From Pittsburgh's Horror Realm Con

The Fisch Bowl

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 19:48


Attention all you Fisch's in the sea!!! If you're a fan of Return Of The Living Dead, or the 90s TV sitcom Dinosaurs then you're going to want to swim down to the deepest depths of the sea, and checkout my exclusive interview with character actor Alan Trautman a.k.a the Tarman Zombie live from Pittsburgh's Horror Realm Con.

Believe in Banking
Growing Community: A Conversation with David Trautman of Park National Bank, Pt 2

Believe in Banking

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 16:01


In Part 2 of their conversation, Sean and Gina welcome back David Trautman, chairman and CEO of Park National Bank. They discuss how a realignment and rebrand provided the bank the perfect platform for Park's spirit of service, giving a streamlined and simplified brand for Park's people to rally around. He addressed how launching during COVID continued on a tradition of steadiness in the storm for a bank that has always thrived during even the most chaotic times. Finally, David reveals why he believes so deeply in banking and how Park remains so committed to supporting people in all aspects of their lives. This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm

The Ocean Sailor Podcast
The Ocean Sailor Podcast : Episode 13 - Psychology at Sea with Brian Trautman from SV Delos - Part 1

The Ocean Sailor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 60:16


In the first of a series of discussions with multiple guests about psychology of ocean sailing, we are joined by SV Delos's Brian Trautman. In this episode Brian and the two Dick's discuss the highs and the lows of bringing new crew onboard and responsibilities of the captain's chair. If you would like to get in touch with our hosts with any questions or would like to leave us some feedback, contact us at hello@oceansailormagazine.com or through any of the Ocean Sailor social channels. 

Common Good Podcast
Common Good Faith - Why Simon Trautman is Running for Hennepin County Attorney

Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 49:59


Doug Pagitt sits down with Simon Trautmann to talk about how his faith compelled him to run for office and fight for those on the margins of society. simonforcountyattorney.com   Doug Pagitt is the Executive Director and one of the founders of Vote Common Good. He is also a pastor, author, and social activist.  @pagitt   The Common Good Podcast is produced and edited by Daniel Deitrich. @danieldeitrich Our theme music is composed by Ben Grace. @bengracemusic   votecommongood.com votecommongood.com/podcast facebook.com/votecommongood twitter.com/votecommon

Believe in Banking
Growing Community: A Conversation with David Trautman of Park National Bank, Pt 1

Believe in Banking

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 25:01


In Believe in Banking's first podcast of the new year, Sean and Gina welcome David Trautman, chairman and CEO of Park National Bank. Their rich conversation covers Park's unique origin story and how the bank's efforts at unifying under one umbrella yielded some significant advantages for their growing brand as they expanded into new communities. Building consensus to shift how the bank was doing business – moving from a more autonomous model to a more unified one – was a fundamental change, but what it didn't alter was the heart of service at the core of the brand. In part one of their discussion, David addresses how Park captured and unified the bank's independent spirit and how they continue to foster that beating heart of service as they help people and their communities. This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm

Change Lives Make Money: The Podcast For Online Trainers
#568- From Working at Supplement King to $30,000 Month w Nicole Trautman

Change Lives Make Money: The Podcast For Online Trainers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 14:57


To join our community of Successful Online Trainers go here:http://www.successfulonlinetrainers.com/ To learn more about coaching programs, DM me “10k” on IG: https://www.instagram.com/therealbrianmark Apply to Work With Me Here: bit.ly/BuildYourOnlineFitnessBiz

Saints Happy Hour
Saints Season Ends Beating Atlanta, Sean Payton Best Coaching Job Ever

Saints Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 81:20


Saints annihilate Atlanta but the Rams manage to screw the Saints out of a playoff spot by blowing a 17-0 lead. The Saints defense was amazing, Taysom had his best quarter ever, and Trautman caught a touchdown!! The Saints overcame everything in 2021 except the Rams being incompetent. BECOME AN ANNUAL PATRON AND GET 2 MONTH FREE AND SAINTS SURVIVAL MUG TO ENJOY THE SAINTS OFFSEASON!! Become a $10 patron so you get the podcast AD FREE, Saints Happy Hour Booze bundle with 4 amazing swag items, and access to our private Discord channel. Get your booze bundle to get great Saints jokes for rest of the season in style!!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Out and Back
43. The Most Deadly Avalanche Season with CAIC Director Ethan Greene

Out and Back

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 58:31


Avalanches killed 37 people in the U.S. last winter, making it the most deadly season in modern history. Why was 2020-2021 so dangerous, and how can we avoid avalanches this winter? Get the answers to these burning questions in our new winter safety series, dropping on the Out and Back podcast today. In this four-part series, avalanche forecasters expose the factors that played into last season's tragic fatalities. Tune in to hear the details of one of the most chilling avalanche accidents in Utah's history. Learn how seasoned ski mountaineers make the tough decision to turn around just shy of the summit. And get a crash course on how to read an avalanche forecast so you can be as prepared as possible on your next winter adventure. Listen to all four binge-worthy episodes at once, or pick them up in a random order. However you listen — don't delay. Each episode gives you real, actionable insights that you can put to use in your next winter adventure. Episode 43: How Last Winter Became the Deadliest Avalanche Season of All TimeLast winter was nothing short of a perfect storm. A dangerously weak snowpack plagued the entire nation. At the same time, people were hungrier than ever for fresh air and fun. This deadly combination clouded people's judgment and put them at greater risk, says Ethan Greene, Director of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. “Part of what we saw last year, I think, was that we were all living in a difficult environment,” Greene says. “And that made it hard going to the grocery store. It made it hard going to school. It made work hard. And when we had time away from those stresses and got to go into the mountains, it made making decisions in avalanche terrain difficult.” The unusual circumstances also brought with it surprising demographics. Greene distills the statistics to tell us what age group, gender, and experience level was most at-risk for getting caught in an avalanche. Plus, Greene takes a look at the way conditions are stacking up for this season. Don't get your hopes up. This season could be shaping up to be just as dangerous as the last.Episode 44: Lessons from Utah's Wilson Glade Avalanche Last February, when the avalanche danger was rated high in Northern Utah, two separate backcountry ski parties headed out in what they thought was safer, lower-angle terrain in the Wilson Glade area of the Wasatch Mountains. But groups were experienced skiers and came to the mountain prepared. They studied the avalanche forecast, made conservative travel plans, and carried all the right safety gear. But, all precautions aside, the two parties were swept away in a colossal avalanche. Four of eight people died. What went wrong? Avalanche Forecaster Nikki Champion of the Utah Avalanche Center, investigated the accident. She gives her best insights on the lessons that can be gleaned from this tragic incident.“I think this accident really hit home with a lot of backcountry users,” Champion says. “Because it was a lot of decisions that most of us could see ourselves making: being in lower-angle terrain, traveling one at a time, skiing the slope multiple times and not seeing any obvious red flags in that area.”Champion walks us through the details of this tragic accident. Learn about how to spot and avoid connected terrain. Become more aware of uphill travel. Hear how one survivor's quick thinking and rescue skills saved the lives of others. Episode 45: How to Avoid Summit Fever with Ski Mountaineers Luke Smithwick and Iain KuoIn the fall of 2021, ski mountaineers Luke Smithwick and Iain Kuo attempted an unsupported, first ski descent of the world's seventh tallest peak — Mount Dhualagiri in Nepal. They spent weeks advancing to the mountain's 26,795-foot summit, but high winds and increasing avalanche danger held them back from the top. After months of planning and training, Smithwick and Kuo were forced to retreat, leaving the ski record on the table for another day. The decision to turn around didn't come easy for Smithwick and Kuo. But sticking with an objective mindset helped them come to the right conclusion. Their number one tip? Erase any assumption of how things will play out. “I have zero expectations going into the mountains,” Smithwick says. “I'm like, wow, the car started, we're leaving town. Great. Let's celebrate that. Okay guys, everyone celebrate.”Smithwick and Kuo review the decision to call it quits just shy of Dhualagiri's unusually harsh and exposed summit. In an attempt to create awareness around those pesky human factors that often play into avalanche accidents, Smithwick and Kuo check their decision-making process and their egos against the popular FACETS acronym that is widely taught in Avalanche 1 courses. Tune in to this conversation to learn where these mountaineers nailed the human factors, along with a few vulnerabilities that they constantly work to keep in check. Episode 46: How to Read the Avalanche Forecast Checking the avalanche forecast should be at the top of your safety checklist. It predicts the avalanche danger for your favorite zones and gives you a heads up on worrisome problems within the snowpack. But how much stock can you really put into the daily avy forecast report? US Forest Service avalanche expert Simon Trautman says avalanche forecasts should be the building block for planning a safe day in the backcountry. However, once your feet are on the snow, the forecast always takes a back seat to your observations in the field. “The whole point behind the avalanche forecast is that they're a starting point for your daily planning,” Trautman says. “But people need to understand that what they're doing is providing an expert's idea of a pattern that exists across the landscape. They're great resources but it's kind of like a weather forecast. If you get out there and it said 'no rain' and it starts raining on you, you need to reassess and you need to figure out what that means for your plan that day. Do you just continue to have your picnic or do you change plans?” Tune in as Trautman dissects the avalanche forecast into manageable sections. He teaches us the first things to look for in the bottom line and how to get the most out of the avalanche forecast when planning your next tour.Episode 20: Avalanche Safety Tips with Bruce Tremper If you need more ammo in your avalanche safety arsenal, go back and listen to Out and Back's episode 20 with renowned avalanche expert Bruce Tremper. Author of Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain and Avalanche Essentials, Tremper draws on his 30-plus year career in snow science to give us his masterful tips for avoiding avalanches. His advice is pretty simple: stick to low-angle terrain. “Whenever there is uncertainty in the snowpack, the terrain is always the answer,” Tremper says. “You can cut your risk in half from going from 39 degrees down to 34 degrees. And you can cut your risk in half once again by going from 34 degrees down to 30 degrees. The handiest tool that you can use in all the world of avalanches is slope steepness.”Learn Tremper's low risk safety ritual and get some advice on what to do if the unthinkable happens and you get caught in an avalanche. Episode 21: Buried Alive — Bruce Tremper Tells His Story It's almost impossible to grasp the power and force of avalanches, unless of course you've actually been caught in one. Avalanche expert Bruce Tremper brings us a little closer to that experience with his story about how he triggered — and was buried in — an avalanche in Montana. He describes the feeling of having the “rug pulled out” from under his skis, being swept down the steep mountain, and what it felt like when the avalanche finally roared to a stop. Go back to episode 21 of the Out and Back podcast to get the blow-by-blow from Tremper on how he survived the avalanche that should have killed him. Tap into these Avalanche Safety Resources Visit avalanche.org for safety resources and avalanche forecasts in your area. Sign up for avalanche awareness and rescue courses with American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education. Watch the Know Before You Go video to get pumped about avalanche safety. Also, don't forget to snag that sweet 40-percent off on a Gaia GPS Premium Membership through the end of 2021. With Gaia GPS Premium, you can download maps for offline navigation and access our entire map collection, including a trove of layers that are useful for winter backcountry travel. Check out the 3D satellite imagery, our flagship Gaia Winter, avalanche forecast maps, slope angle shading, daily 24-hour snow totals and density readings, and current, 24-hour, and 48-hour snow accumulation forecasts maps for a complete picture of conditions n the ground. Finally, we thank all the hard working folks at the avalanche centers across the U.S. and Canada. We ask that you consider donating to your local forecast centers so they can keep those essential avalanche forecasts coming your way. 

Out and Back
44. Lessons from a Deadly Avalanche Accident with Forecaster Nikki Champion

Out and Back

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 52:55


Avalanches killed 37 people in the U.S. last winter, making it the most deadly season in modern history. Why was 2020-2021 so dangerous, and how can we avoid avalanches this winter? Get the answers to these crucial questions in our new winter safety series, dropping on the Out and Back podcast today!In this four-part series, avalanche forecasters expose the factors that played into last season's tragic fatalities. Tune in to hear the details of one of the most chilling avalanche accidents in Utah's history. Learn how seasoned ski mountaineers make the tough decision to turn around just shy of the summit. And get a crash course on how to read an avalanche forecast so you can be as prepared as possible on your next winter adventure.Listen to all four binge-worthy episodes at once, or pick them up in a random order. However you listen — don't delay. Each episode gives you real, actionable insights that you can put to use in your next winter adventure.Episode 43: How Last Winter Became the Deadliest Avalanche Season of All TimeLast winter was nothing short of a perfect storm. A dangerously weak snowpack plagued the entire nation. At the same time, people were hungrier than ever for fresh air and fun. This deadly combination clouded people's judgment and put them at greater risk, says Ethan Greene, Director of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. “Part of what we saw last year, I think, was that we were all living in a difficult environment,” Greene says. “And that made it hard going to the grocery store. It made it hard going to school. It made work hard. And when we had time away from those stresses and got to go into the mountains, it made making decisions in avalanche terrain difficult.” The unusual circumstances also brought with it surprising demographics. Greene distills the statistics to tell us what age group, gender, and experience level was most at-risk for getting caught in an avalanche. Plus, Greene takes a look at the way conditions are stacking up for this season. Don't get your hopes up. This season could be shaping up to be just as dangerous as the last.Episode 44: Lessons from Utah's Wilson Glade AvalancheLast February, two separate backcountry ski parties headed out for what they thought was lower-angle, safer terrain in the Wilson Glade area of Utah's Wasatch Mountains. The avalanche risk was high that day but they were prepared. Both groups studied the avalanche forecast, made conservative travel plans, and carried all the right safety gear into the mountains. But, all precautions aside, the two parties were swept away in a colossal avalanche. Four of eight people on the mountain died that day. What went wrong?Avalanche Forecaster Nikki Champion of the Utah Avalanche Center, investigated the accident. She gives her best insights on the lessons that can be gleaned from this tragic incident.“I think this accident really hit home with a lot of backcountry users,” Champion says. “Because it was a lot of decisions that most of us could see ourselves making: being in lower-angle terrain, traveling one at a time, skiing the slope multiple times and not seeing any obvious red flags in that area.”Champion walks us through the details of this tragic accident. Learn how to spot and avoid connected terrain. Become more aware of uphill travel. Hear how one survivor's quick thinking and rescue skills saved the lives of others.Episode 45: How to Avoid Summit Fever with Ski Mountaineers Luke Smithwick and Iain KuoIn the fall of 2021, ski mountaineers Luke Smithwick and Iain Kuo attempted an unsupported, first ski descent of the world's seventh tallest peak — Mount Dhualagiri in Nepal. They spent weeks advancing to the mountain's 26,705-foot summit, but high winds and increasing avalanche danger held them back from the top. After months of planning and training, Smithwick and Kuo were forced to retreat, leaving the ski record on the table for another day. The decision to turn around didn't come easy for Smithwick and Kuo. But sticking with an objective mindset helped them come to the right conclusion. Their number one tip? Erase any assumption of how things will play out. “I have zero expectations going into the mountains,” Smithwick says. “I'm like, wow, the car started, we're leaving town. Great. Let's celebrate that. Okay guys, everyone celebrate.”Smithwick and Kuo review the decision to call it quits just shy of Dhualagiri's unusually harsh and exposed summit. In an attempt to create awareness around those pesky human factors that often play into avalanche accidents, Smithwick and Kuo check their decision-making process and their egos against the popular FACETS acronym that is widely taught in Avalanche 1 courses. Tune in to this conversation to learn where Smithwick and Kuo nailed the human factors, along with a few vulnerabilities that they work to keep in check. Episode 46: How to Read the Avalanche ForecastChecking the avalanche forecast should be at the top of your safety checklist. It predicts the avalanche danger for your favorite zones and gives you a heads up on worrisome problems within the snowpack. But how much stock can you really put into the daily avy forecast report? US Forest Service avalanche expert Simon Trautman says avalanche forecasts should be the building block for planning a safe day in the backcountry. However, once your feet are on the snow, the forecast always takes a back seat to your observations in the field, Trautman says. “The whole point behind the avalanche forecast is that they're a starting point for your daily planning,” Trautman says. “But people need to understand that what they're doing is providing an expert's idea of a pattern that exists across the landscape. They're great resources but it's kind of like a weather forecast. If you get out there and it said 'no rain' and it starts raining on you, you need to reassess and you need to figure out what that means for your plan that day. Do you just continue to have your picnic or do you change plans?” Tune in as Trautman dissects the avalanche forecast into manageable sections. He teaches us the bottom line and how to get the most out of the avalanche forecast when planning your next tour.Episode 20: Avalanche Safety Tips with Bruce TremperIf you need more ammo in your avalanche safety arsenal, go back and listen to Out and Back's episode 20 with renowned avalanche expert Bruce Tremper. Author of Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain and Avalanche Essentials, Tremper draws on his 30-plus year career in snow science to give us his masterful tips for avoiding avalanches. His advice is pretty simple: stick to low-angle terrain.“Whenever there is uncertainty in the snowpack, the terrain is always the answer,” Tremper says. “You can cut your risk in half from going from 39 degrees down to 34 degrees. And you can cut your risk in half once again by going from 34 degrees down to 30 degrees. The handiest tool that you can use in all the world of avalanches is slope steepness.”Learn Tremper's low risk safety ritual and get some advice on what to do if the unthinkable happens and you get caught in an avalanche.Episode 21: Buried Alive — Bruce Tremper Tells His StoryIt's almost impossible to grasp the power and force of avalanches, unless of course you've actually been caught in one. Avalanche expert Bruce Tremper brings us a little closer to that experience with his story about how he triggered — and was buried in — an avalanche in Montana. He describes the feeling of having the “rug pulled out” from under his skis, being swept down the steep mountain, and what it felt like when the avalanche finally roared to a stop. Go back to episode 21 of the Out and Back podcast to get the blow-by-blow from Tremper on how he survived the avalanche that should have killed him. Tap into these Avalanche Safety ResourcesVisit avalanche.org for safety resources and avalanche forecasts in your area. Sign up for avalanche awareness and rescue courses with American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education. Watch the Know Before You Go video to get pumped about avalanche safety.Also, don't forget to snag 40-percent off a Gaia GPS Premium Membership through the end of 2021.  With Gaia GPS Premium you can download maps for offline navigation and get access to our entire map collection. We literally have hundreds of maps, and many that are perfect for winter activities, including 3D satellite imagery, USGS quad maps, our flagship Gaia Winter, avalanche forecast maps, slope angle shading, daily 24-hour snow totals, and current, 24-hour, and 48-hour snow accumulation forecasts maps. Finally, we thank the hard-working folks at the local avalanche centers. We ask you to consider donating to your local forecast centers so they can keep those essential avalanche forecasts coming your way. 

Out and Back
46. How to Read the Avalanche Forecast with Snow Science Expert Simon Trautman

Out and Back

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 62:01


Avalanches killed 37 people in the U.S. last winter, making it the most deadly season in modern history. Why was 2020-2021 so dangerous, and how can we avoid avalanches this winter? Get the answers to these burning questions in our new winter safety series, dropping on the Out and Back podcast today.In this four-part series, avalanche forecasters expose the factors that played into last season's tragic fatalities. Tune in to hear the details of one of the most chilling avalanche accidents in Utah's history. Learn how seasoned ski mountaineers make the tough decision to turn around in the mountains. And let a national avalanche expert walk you through the best way to read an avalanche forecast so you can be as prepared as possible on your next adventure.Listen to all four binge-worthy episodes at once, or pick them up in a random order. However you listen — don't delay. Each episode gives you real, actionable insights that you can put to use in your next winter adventure.Episode 43: How Last Winter Became the Deadliest Avalanche Season of All TimeLast winter was nothing short of a perfect storm. A dangerously weak snowpack plagued the entire nation. At the same time, people were hungrier than ever for fresh air and fun. This deadly combination clouded people's judgment and put them at greater risk, says Ethan Greene, Director of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. “Part of what we saw last year, I think, was that we were all living in a difficult environment,” Greene says. “And that made it hard going to the grocery store. It made it hard going to school. It made work hard. And when we had time away from those stresses and got to go into the mountains, it made making decisions in avalanche terrain difficult.” The unusual circumstances also brought with it surprising demographics. Greene distills the statistics to tell us what age group, gender, and experience level was most at-risk for getting caught in an avalanche. The answers may surprise you. Plus, Greene takes a look at the way conditions are stacking up for this season. Don't get your hopes up. This season could be shaping up to be just as dangerous as the last.Episode 44: Lessons from Utah's Wilson Glade AvalancheLast February, two separate backcountry ski parties headed out for what they thought was lower-angle, safer terrain in the Wilson Glade area of Utah's Wasatch Mountains. The avalanche risk was high that day but they were prepared. Both groups studied the avalanche forecast, made conservative travel plans, and carried all the right safety gear into the mountains. But, precautions aside, the two parties were swept away in a colossal slide. Four of eight people died. What went wrong?Avalanche Forecaster Nikki Champion of the Utah Avalanche Center, investigated the accident. She gives her best insights on the lessons that can be gleaned from this tragic incident.“I think this accident really hit home with a lot of backcountry users,” Champion says. “Because it was a lot of decisions that most of us could see ourselves making: being in lower-angle terrain, traveling one at a time, skiing the slope multiple times and not seeing any obvious red flags in that area.”Champion walks us through what we can learn from this tragic accident. Learn about how to spot and avoid connected terrain. Become more aware of uphill travel. Hear how one survivor's quick thinking and rescue skills saved the lives of others.Episode 45: How to Avoid Summit Fever with Ski Mountaineers Luke Smithwick and Iain KuoIn the fall of 2021, ski mountaineers Luke Smithwick and Iain Kuo attempted an unsupported, first ski descent of the world's seventh tallest peak — Mount Dhualagiri in Nepal. They spent weeks advancing to the mountain's 26,795-foot summit, but high winds and increasing avalanche danger held them back from the top. After months of planning and training, Smithwick and Kuo were forced to retreat, leaving the ski record on the table for another day. The decision to turn around didn't come easy for Smithwick and Kuo. But sticking with an objective mindset helped them come to the right conclusion. Their number one tip? Erase any assumption of how things will play out. “I have zero expectations going into the mountains,” Smithwick says. “I'm like, wow, the car started, we're leaving town. Great. Let's celebrate that. Okay guys, everyone celebrate.”Smithwick and Kuo review the decision to call it quits just shy of Dhualagiri's unusually harsh and exposed summit. They check their decision-making process and their egos against the popular FACETS acronym that is widely taught in Avalanche 1 courses. Tune in to this conversation to learn where Smithwick and Kuo nailed the human factors, along with a few vulnerabilities that they work to keep in check. Episode 46: How to Read the Avalanche ForecastChecking the avalanche forecast should be at the top of your safety checklist. It predicts the avalanche danger for your favorite zones and gives you a heads up on worrisome problems within the snowpack. But how much stock can you really put into the daily avy forecast report? US Forest Service avalanche expert Simon Trautman says avalanche forecasts should be the building block for planning a safe day in the backcountry. However, once your feet are on the snow the forecast always takes a back seat to your observations in the field, Trautman says. “The whole point behind the avalanche forecast is that they're a starting point for your daily planning,” Trautman says. “But people need to understand that what they're doing is providing an expert's idea of a pattern that exists across the landscape. They're great resources but it's kind of like a weather forecast. If you get out there and it said 'no rain' and it starts raining on you, you need to reassess and you need to figure out what that means for your plan that day. Do you just continue to have your picnic or do you change plans?” Tune in as Trautman dissects the avalanche forecast into manageable sections. He teaches us the first things to look at and how to get the most out of the avalanche forecast when planning your next tour.Episode 20: Avalanche Safety Tips with Bruce TremperIf you need more ammo in your avalanche safety arsenal, go back and listen to Out and Back's episode 20 with renowned avalanche expert Bruce Tremper. Author of Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain and Avalanche Essentials, Tremper draws on his 30-plus year career in snow science to give us his masterful tips for avoiding avalanches. His advice is pretty simple: stick to low-angle terrain.“Whenever there is uncertainty in the snowpack, the terrain is always the answer,” Tremper says. “You can cut your risk in half from going from 39 degrees down to 34 degrees. And you can cut your risk in half once again by going from 34 degrees down to 30 degrees. The handiest tool that you can use in all the world of avalanches is slope steepness.”Learn Tremper's low risk safety ritual and get some advice on what to do if the unthinkable happens and you get caught in an avalanche.Episode 21: Buried Alive — Bruce Tremper Tells His StoryIt's almost impossible to grasp the power and force of avalanches, unless of course you've actually been caught in one. Avalanche expert Bruce Tremper brings us a little closer to that experience with his story about how he triggered — and was buried in — an avalanche in Montana. He describes the feeling of having the “rug pulled out” from under his skis, being swept down the steep mountain, and what it felt like when the avalanche finally roared to a stop. Go back to episode 21 of the Out and Back podcast to get the blow-by-blow from Tremper on how he survived the avalanche that should have killed him. Tap into these Avalanche Safety ResourcesVisit avalanche.org for safety resources and avalanche forecasts in your area. Sign up for avalanche awareness and rescue courses with American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education. Watch the Know Before You Go video to get pumped about avalanche safety. Also, don't forget to snag that sweet 40-percent off on a Gaia GPS Premium Membership through the end of 2021. With Gaia GPS Premium, you can download maps for offline navigation and access our entire map collection, including a trove of layers that are useful for winter backcountry travel. Check out the 3D satellite imagery, our flagship Gaia Winter, avalanche forecast maps, slope angle shading, daily 24-hour snow totals and density readings, and current, 24-hour, and 48-hour snow accumulation forecasts maps for a complete picture of weather conditions on the ground.   Finally, we thank all the hard working folks at the avalanche centers across the U.S. and Canada. We ask that you consider donating to your local forecast centers so they can keep those essential avalanche forecasts coming your way. 

Out and Back
45. Avoiding Summit Fever with Ski Mountaineers Luke Smithwick and Iain Kuo

Out and Back

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 75:01


Avalanches killed 37 people in the U.S. last winter, making it the most deadly season in modern history. Why was 2020-2021 so dangerous, and how can we avoid avalanches this winter? Get the answers to these burning questions in our new winter safety series, dropping on the Out and Back podcast today.In this four-part series, avalanche forecasters expose the factors that played into last season's tragic fatalities. Tune in to hear the details of one of the most chilling avalanche accidents in Utah's history. Learn how seasoned ski mountaineers make the tough decision to turn around just shy of the summit. And get a crash course on how to read an avalanche forecast so you can be as prepared as possible on your next winter adventure.Listen to all four binge-worthy episodes at once, or pick them up in a random order. However you listen — don't delay. Each episode gives you real, actionable insights that you can put to use in your next winter adventure.Episode 43: How Last Winter Became the Deadliest Avalanche Season of All TimeLast winter was nothing short of a perfect storm. A dangerously weak snowpack plagued the entire nation. At the same time, people were hungrier than ever for fresh air and fun. This deadly combination clouded people's judgment and put them at greater risk, says Ethan Greene, Director of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. “Part of what we saw last year, I think, was that we were all living in a difficult environment,” Greene says. “And that made it hard going to the grocery store. It made it hard going to school. It made work hard. And when we had time away from those stresses and got to go into the mountains, it made making decisions in avalanche terrain difficult.” The unusual circumstances also brought with it surprising demographics. Greene distills the statistics to tell us what age group, gender, and experience level was most at-risk for getting caught in an avalanche. Plus, Greene takes a look at the way conditions are stacking up for this season. Don't get your hopes up. This season could be shaping up to be just as dangerous as the last.Episode 44: Lessons from Utah's Wilson Glade AvalancheLast February, two separate backcountry ski parties headed out for what they thought was lower-angle, safer terrain in the Wilson Glade area of Utah's Wasatch Mountains. The avalanche risk was high that day but they were prepared. Both groups studied the avalanche forecast, made conservative travel plans, and carried all the right safety gear into the mountains. But, all precautions aside, the two parties were swept away in a colossal avalanche. Four of eight people on the mountain died that day. What went wrong?Avalanche Forecaster Nikki Champion of the Utah Avalanche Center, investigated the accident. She gives her best insights on the lessons that can be gleaned from this tragic incident.“I think this accident really hit home with a lot of backcountry users,” Champion says. “Because it was a lot of decisions that most of us could see ourselves making: being in lower-angle terrain, traveling one at a time, skiing the slope multiple times, and not seeing any obvious red flags in that area.”Champion walks us through the details of this tragic accident. Learn how to spot and avoid connected terrain. Become more aware of uphill travel. Hear how one survivor's quick thinking and rescue skills saved the lives of others.Episode 45: How to Avoid Summit Fever with Ski Mountaineers Luke Smithwick and Iain KuoIn the fall of 2021, ski mountaineers Luke Smithwick and Iain Kuo attempted an unsupported, first ski descent of the world's seventh tallest peak — Mount Dhualagiri in Nepal. They spent weeks advancing to the mountain's 26,795-foot summit, but high winds and increasing avalanche danger held them back from the top. After months of planning and training, Smithwick and Kuo were forced to retreat, leaving the ski record on the table for another day. The decision to turn around didn't come easy for Smithwick and Kuo. But sticking with an objective mindset helped them come to the right conclusion. Their number one tip? Erase any assumption of how things will play out. “I have zero expectations going into the mountains,” Smithwick says. “I'm like, wow, the car started, we're leaving town. Great. Let's celebrate that. Okay guys, everyone celebrate.”Smithwick and Kuo review the decision to call it quits just shy of Dhualagiri's unusually harsh and exposed summit. They check their decision-making process and their egos against the popular FACETS acronym that is widely taught in Avalanche 1 courses. Tune in to this conversation to learn where Smithwick and Kuo nailed the human factors, along with a few vulnerabilities that they work to keep in check. Episode 46: How to Read the Avalanche ForecastChecking the avalanche forecast should be at the top of your safety checklist. It predicts the avalanche danger for your favorite zones and gives you a heads up on worrisome problems within the snowpack. But how much stock can you really put into the daily avy forecast report? US Forest Service avalanche expert Simon Trautman says avalanche forecasts should be the building block for planning a safe day in the backcountry. However, once your feet are on the snow the forecast always takes a back seat to your observations in the field, Trautman says. “The whole point behind the avalanche forecast is that they're a starting point for your daily planning,” Trautman says. “But people need to understand that what they're doing is providing an expert's idea of a pattern that exists across the landscape. They're great resources but it's kind of like a weather forecast. If you get out there and it said 'no rain' and it starts raining on you, you need to reassess and you need to figure out what that means for your plan that day. Do you just continue to have your picnic or do you change plans?” Tune in as Trautman dissects the avalanche forecast into manageable sections. He teaches us the bottom line and how to get the most out of the avalanche forecast when planning your next winter tour.Episode 20: Avalanche Safety Tips with Bruce TremperIf you need more ammo in your avalanche safety arsenal, go back and listen to Out and Back's episode 20 with renowned avalanche expert Bruce Tremper. Author of Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain and Avalanche Essentials, Tremper draws on his 30-plus year career in snow science to give us his masterful tips for avoiding avalanches. His advice is pretty simple: stick to low-angle terrain.“Whenever there is uncertainty in the snowpack, the terrain is always the answer,” Tremper says. “You can cut your risk in half from going from 39 degrees down to 34 degrees. And you can cut your risk in half once again by going from 34 degrees down to 30 degrees. The handiest tool that you can use in all the world of avalanches is slope steepness.”Learn Tremper's low risk safety ritual and get some advice on what to do if the unthinkable happens and you get caught in an avalanche.Episode 21: Buried Alive — Bruce Tremper Tells His StoryIt's almost impossible to grasp the power and force of avalanches, unless of course you've actually been caught in one. Avalanche expert Bruce Tremper brings us a little closer to that experience with his story about how he triggered — and was buried in — an avalanche in Montana. He describes the feeling of having the “rug pulled out” from under his skis, being swept down the steep mountain, and what it felt like when the avalanche finally roared to a stop. Go back to episode 21 of the Out and Back podcast to get the blow-by-blow from Tremper on how he survived the avalanche that should have killed him. Tap into these Avalanche Safety ResourcesVisit avalanche.org for safety resources and avalanche forecasts in your area. Sign up for avalanche awareness and rescue courses with American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education. Watch the Know Before You Go video to get pumped about avalanche safety.Don't forget to snag your 40-percent off a Gaia GPS Premium Membership through the end of 2021.  With Gaia GPS Premium you can download maps for offline navigation and gain access to our entire map collection, including 3D satellite, USGS quad maps, Gaia Winter, avalanche forecast maps, slope angle shading, daily 24-hour snow totals, and current, 24-hour, and 48-hour snow accumulation forecasts maps. Finally, we thank the hard working folks at the avalanche centers. We ask you to consider donating to your local forecast centers so they can keep those essential avalanche forecasts coming. 

Pretend GM - Dynasty Football Podcast
Dynasty Tight End Values: Dawson Knox, Hunter Henry, Adam Trautman - Dynasty Fantasy Football for 11/17

Pretend GM - Dynasty Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 23:36


As Week 12 of the NFL season approaches, Pretend GM's all over fantasy football are wondering how they should value their Tight Ends going forward? In this episode Alfredo & Vig breakdown the dynasty value for: Dawson Knox, Hunter Henry, & Adam Trautman. The guys took a look at each player's production profile, health status, team situation, & Dynasty trades made involving that WR to determine their current and future dynasty values. Follow the Show on Twitter: @ThePretendGM Follow Alfredo Brown on Twitter: @AlfredoBrownGM Follow Dr. Vignesh Doraiswamy on Twitter: @DoctorVig  Subscribe on YouTube Get $25 Bonus Cash on UNDERDOG FANTASY when you use the code PRETENDGM  Get a FREE Championship Ring ($59 Value) with purchase of any trophy on TROPHYSMACK when you use the code PRETENDGM Shop PGM Gear in the official Pretend GM Store on Veridian Global

Polk and Kush: A Not-So-Serious New Orleans Sports Podcast

The Pelicans show a glimpse of hope with an impressive win lead by Josh Hart over the Clippers, but then quickly lose steam against a steaky Timberwolves team. Watching this Saints game against the Eagles was an exercise in punishment, even with some minor Trautman redemption. Look out for the Thanksgiving gator! What's going on in Australia? And so much more.  SPONSORS: DraftKings | Sign up using promocode KUSH Jansen Petagna at French Quarter Realty | Follow him at J_Petagna on Instagram Ale on Oak | Located at 8124 Oak Street in Uptown with a spacious patio and over 30 beers on tap. Theme song by Mike Wiebe of Drakulas and Riverboat Gamblers.

Locked On Saints - Daily Podcast On The New Orleans Saints
New Orleans Saints Run Defense Struggles, Adam Trautman Injury, Mark Ingram's Spoiled Day

Locked On Saints - Daily Podcast On The New Orleans Saints

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 29:34


The New Orleans Saints have not had much luck with the injury bug this season. Adam Trautman is expected to miss 4-6 week with an MCL sprain. The Saints run defense struggled in Philadelphia against the Eagles, what went wrong? Sans fumble, Mark Ingram had another big day. How the New Orleans Saints are looking health-wise heading into their Thanksgiving showdown against the Buffalo Bills. Will Alvin Kamara, Terron Armstead, Ryan Ramczyk, and others make their returns? How New Orleans deals with the loss of Adam Trautman after his career-best game. The Saints defense struggled against the Eagles run defense, but also lost contain several times on Jalen Hurts. What went wrong could be telling for future struggles against mobile quarterbacks, and gives context to previous issues as well. Plus more numbers on how the Saints loss fell out. Mark Ingram's day was tainted by an unfortunate fumble, a past issue for the Saints' all-time rushing leader. But despite the fumble, he had a very successful day on the ground averaging a whopping 5.5 yards per carry and a versatile run distribution chart. The Bills have carried a similar level of production to the Eagles in the run game, which could spell good things for Ingram, and Kamara if he's able to make his return. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms… 

Fade the Noise with Brad Evans
Fishing for Trautman

Fade the Noise with Brad Evans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 21:15


On this week's Football Friday edition of the podcast, Brad features not one but two tight end player props for the upcoming NFL schedule. Dalton Schultz and Adam Trautman are both on the list along with Joe Mixon, Cam Newton and A.J. Dillon. In Bonus Time, Nate loads up a couple of picks on the Avalanche/Kraken game and the guys throw out a few basketball picks for both the NBA and NCAA. And, of course, Brad has his 4-leg college football parlay for Saturday's action.

Saints Happy Hour
Saints Lose To Titans and Referees

Saints Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 87:24


Saints lost in Tennessee because of bad officiating, worse kicking, and Trautman's mind being in Cabo.Ingram and Davenport are awesome and should Lattimore put the cast back on?Join best Saints Community on the internet!BECOME AN ANNUAL PATRON AND GET 1 MONTH FREE!Become a $10 patron so you get the podcast AD FREE, Saints Happy Hour Booze bundle with 4 amazing swag items, and access to our private Discord channel. Get your booze bundle to enjoy for rest of the offseason in style!!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

POINT BLANK PERIOD
Missed Opportunities are too much for Saints to overcome vs Titans

POINT BLANK PERIOD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 31:06


On this episode, the MOUTH OF THE SOUTH lists the missed opportunities that cost the Saints the game, Lattimore's rough game, is it time to sit Trautman, and the NFC playoff picture.

Fantasy Football Mailbag
Adam Trautman Route Bonanza

Fantasy Football Mailbag

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 45:20


The Fantasy Football Mailbag is powered by RotoViz Radio.   HOST: Mike Randle (@RandleRant)   FANTASY FOOTBALL MAILBAG   Mike brings you the Fantasy Football Mailbag on RotoViz Radio. Each week he is joined by a special guest answering questions from around the fantasy football landscape. In this edition, he is joined by Cody Carpentier of PlayerProfiler. They examine players through the lens of DFS, Dynasty, and seasonal leagues.    Guest: Cody Carpentier - (@CarpentierNFL) -PlayerProfiler SPONSORS RotoViz- RotoViz Radio listeners can save 10% off of a 1-year RotoViz subscription at RotoViz.com/podcast  or by applying the discount code '2021rvradio' at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Who-Dat Germany Talk
EP 100: From Zero to Hero and back to Zero - Overtime #09

The Who-Dat Germany Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 69:11


Wir haben zwar die Niederlage gegen die Atlanta Falcons gut verkraftet, unsere Technik leider weniger. Deshalb kommt mit etwas Verspätung die Overtime zum Spiel in Woche 9 gegen den Divisional-Rival. Wie hat sich Siemian geschlagen? Was ging bei unserer Reciever ab und was nicht? Muss man sich um Trautman und unsere Secondary Sorgen machen? Und was war mit der Community während des Spiels so los? Dem wird allem auf den Zahlen gefühlt. Dabei ist wie immer noch der College-Part mit wärmster Empfehlung von Eric. Wie immer wünschen wir viel Spaß beim reinhören! Time-Steps: Minute 0-1: Anmoderation + Einstieg Minute 1-07:30: News + Stats Minute 07:30 - 63:30: Analyse Spiel vs. Falcons Minute 63:30 - 69:00: Ausblick, Fantasy, College, Abmoderation

Rotoviz Radio
Adam Trautman Route Bonanza - The Mailbag

Rotoviz Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 45:20


The Fantasy Football Mailbag is powered by RotoViz Radio.   HOST: Mike Randle (@RandleRant)   FANTASY FOOTBALL MAILBAG   Mike brings you the Fantasy Football Mailbag on RotoViz Radio. Each week he is joined by a special guest answering questions from around the fantasy football landscape. In this edition, he is joined by Cody Carpentier of PlayerProfiler. They examine players through the lens of DFS, Dynasty, and seasonal leagues.    Guest: Cody Carpentier - (@CarpentierNFL) -PlayerProfiler SPONSORS RotoViz- RotoViz Radio listeners can save 10% off of a 1-year RotoViz subscription at RotoViz.com/podcast  or by applying the discount code '2021rvradio' at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts
Laurie Trautman: Border Reopening

KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 5:04


KGMI's Dianna Hawryluk talks to WWU's Laurie Trautman about how many Canadians made the trip south this week and all the details you need to know about the border reopening for vaccinated travelers.

Saints Happy Hour
Saints Wild Comeback Against Atlanta Comes Up Short

Saints Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 84:38


The Saints magical 4th quarter rally fell short against Atlanta. Sean Payton is fed up with his receivers, Trevor Siemian is MAXIMUM Suburban Dad, and unvaccinated corner is back.How the Saints can convince Odell Beckham to sign plus Ralph saw Trautman's entire family Sunday.Join best Saints Community on the internet!BECOME AN ANNUAL PATRON AND GET 1 MONTH FREE!Become a $10 patron so you get the podcast AD FREE, Saints Happy Hour Booze bundle with 4 amazing swag items, and access to our private Discord channel. Get your booze bundle to enjoy for rest of the offseason in style!!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

RotoUnderworld Radio - Fantasy Football Show

Undercovered Opps - Season 2, Episode 9: Cody Carpentier (@CarpentierNFL) reviews every game, depth charts, game logs, and pin-points sleepers at the No. 3 and No. 4 receiver positions across the NFL. Michael Carter dance party! Where did Kenny Gainwell go? Adam Trautman buy now. Nico Collins buy window is closing on Sunday. Big Albert O is here to takeover. Scottie Phillips opp daddy. Patreon.com/CarpentierNFL to enter the November PRBreaker giveaway PRBreaker.com - Promo Code: Cody10 for 20% off protein and pre-workout in November TrophySmack.com - Promo Code: Cody60 for a Free Championship Ring with purchase of a Belt. Highlights, player profiles, fantasy football advanced stats & metrics available at: www.playerprofiler.com Get the DFS Dominator: www.playerprofiler.com/lineup-genius NEW $100 instant deposit match when you sign up for Underdog Pick 'Em: play.underdogfantasy.com/p-rotounderwold, Code UNDERWORLD

Community Bible Church Norfolk NE
(10-27-21) Missionary To The Military - Robert Trautman

Community Bible Church Norfolk NE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 57:24


The Chris Salcedo Show
Chris Salcedo Show: Lars Trautman

The Chris Salcedo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 8:05


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Okoboji Broadcast with Jeff Thee
Episode #416 Joy of Life Foundation Concert and Trautman Agency Quotes for Good

Okoboji Broadcast with Jeff Thee

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 12:52


The 5th Annual Joy of Life Foundation Concert, remembering Joy Walz is coming up this Saturday. Partnering with Scott Trautman and Trautman State Farm Agency in Spirit Lake to not only celebrate Joy's life and legacy but as a reminder to get checked regularly for Melanoma. It's a family fun affair with food, kids games, silent auction and music by Galaxy! John Walz & Scott Trautman give the details. YouTube video at https://youtu.be/Ny6k1dTwXLc

I'm Right, You're Wrong
NFC South Preview: Tom, Taysom, Trautman

I'm Right, You're Wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 83:24


The NFC South is top-heavy with the defending Super Bowl Champions, but fantasy wise it is loaded with talent top to bottom.

ADP: Average Dudes Podcast
Ep. 9 A-A-Ron Is Back, Michael Thomas Injury, Texans Trades

ADP: Average Dudes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 88:14


7.28 Big news and notes show for The ADP on this episode! Question of the day is some listener keeper questions! Then we dive into all the news circulating the NFL, none bigger than Aaron Rodgers reporting to Packers camp. Some of us never had a doubt. Plus takes on the Randall Cobb and Anthony Miller trades. Deshaun Watson reports and Texans are now listening to offers. The Michael Thomas injury- does this decide the QB battle, who benefits most, how many catches does Kamara have now, and Trautman to the moon? Darrell Henderson won't play in the preseason, and a potential "futuristic" approach being taken towards Saquon. Get caught up on all your news and notes on this episode of The ADP! And don't forget to follow us on Twitter @AdpDudes

The Nomad on FIRE Podcast
Boat Life and Building a Massively Successful Youtube Channel with Brady Trautman of Cruisers Academy | NOF#64

The Nomad on FIRE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 66:46


The Nomad on FIRE Podcast | with Brady Trautman | Episode #64 ShownotesGuest BioCaptain Brady Trautman is the founder of Cruisers Academy. He has been cruising around the globe for over a decade across the Pacific, Indian, Atlantic, and Arctic Oceans. Brady is a seasoned captain, trusty weatherman, certified dive instructor, and lover of burritos, he has sailed over 75,000+ nautical miles, exploring 45 countries. Brady and I talk all about his experience living on a boat traveling around the world, running a successful youtube channel, transitioning to a more stationary lifestyle, daily habits and so much more!Links MentionedSV DelosCruisers AcademyCruisers Academy YoutubeSailing SV Delos80º North – Sailing on Top of the WorldShow NotesBrady's Background 01:30When did Brady and his brother start the SV Delos Youtube Channel? 08:50Youtube Tips 14:00Back to Brady's story 18:0080 North Documentary 26:50Brady's transition back to a stationary lifestyle 31:55Cruisers Academy 34:10Starting a business with his brother 40:00The importance of communication 42:00Long crossing situations 46:00How has the #boatlife movement evolved and what does the future look like? 57:20Daily habits 1:03:00Connect with Brady 1:05:00https://www.instagram.com/senor.brady/Cruisers AcademyCruisers Academy Youtube80º North – Sailing on Top of the WorldConnect with Eric on social media or at Nomad on FIRE and check out the Nomad on FIRE Recommendations!Shownotes may contain affiliate links of products and services that we use and recommend at no additional cost to you. Please read my Disclosure for more information.

How We Do Digital Ministry
Dawn Trautman - "Create FOR the Online Space" | How We Do Digital Ministry Episode 04

How We Do Digital Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 27:44


In the fourth episode of How We Do Digital Ministry, Dawn Trautman from Big Picture Big Purpose addresses a common misconception with online worship and provides actionable tips and strategies to optimize the viewer experience. “The key with all digital ministry is not to have a lesser version of what's happening live but to leverage what can only be done online.” Listen to the full episode to hear as Dawn discusses the increased popularity of her VBS for Backyards curriculum, tips for designing programming with online audiences in mind, and a fascinating prediction that technology will cause people to join both local and virtual communities. You can find Dawn at Big Picture Big Purpose. VBS for Backyards - https://bigpicturebigpurpose.com/vbs-for-backyards-2021. (3:23) VBS for Backyards (7:55) Creating Hybrid Worship For An Online Audience (15:35) How To Connect Authentically Online (21:40) Belonging To Multiple Church Communities (24:13) The Opportunity For Churches To Collaborate You can find Dawn at Big Picture Big Purpose. How We Do Digital Ministry is brought to you by Faith Growth, a small business dedicated to helping churches do digital ministry through coaching, consulting and website development. When you're ready, sign up for a free consult at www.faithgrowth.com/call For now, join pastors and church communications from around the world in our How We Do Digital Ministry Facebook group. Thanks to Presbyterian Media Mission for spreading the word about How We Do Digital Ministry.

Anna Raimondi - Talking to the Dead in Suburbia sponsored by The Angel Cooperative

In episode twenty of Talking To The Dead In Suburbia, host Anna Raimondi – spiritual medium, motivational speaker, healer, and author – interviews reality TV star Chloe Trautman. They discuss Chloe's recent spiritual awakening, her new blog, and the courage it takes to come out of the “spiritual closet.” Connect with Anna Raimondi: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anna.raimondi Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/annalraim/ Website: https://www.annaraimondi.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/annaraimondi Connect with Chloe Trautman: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chloetrautman Blog Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/conceptbychloe Website: https://conceptbychloe.com Connect with The Angel Cooperative: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/angelcooperative/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AngelCooperative Website: https://theangelcoop.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/theangelcooperative About this week's guest: Chloe Trautman is known to be the most outspoken member of the MTV reality show, Siesta Key. Chloe now hosts a blog called Concept By Chloe, which is a platform where women from all walks of life can get advice (whether they think they need to hear it or not). Her blog focuses on health, fashion, beauty tips, and relationships.

The Outdoor Journal Podcast
80 Degrees North with Alex Blue and Brady Trautman

The Outdoor Journal Podcast

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 43:34


After sailing 100,000 miles around the world, full-time filmmakers from the SV Delos crew go arctic.Read the full article on The Outdoor Journal.SV Delos is the most popular sailing channel on youtube. Over the past 10 years, they've sailed 100,000 miles around the world, enough to loop the equator three times, and they've filmed every thrilling adventure. Brady Trautman and Alex Blue film, edit and produce weekly episodes for SV Delos, of which there are over 430. They are used to traveling close to the equator, but they decided to step out of their comfort zone by committing to a sailing expedition in the arctic, just 600 miles from the North Pole. In this 4-part docuseries, the team covers several threatening issues to the wildlife and ecology of the region - from the extreme rate of glacial retreating, to the negative effect of Cruise ship tourism, to the brutal history of whaling in Svalbard, to the harmful impact of plastics pollution on Svalbard, which is in direct line of the gulf stream.In addition to these sobering themes, the series includes a veritable “polar petting zoo” with numerous wildlife encounters, including polar bears, walruses and a gigantic pod of beluga whales.In this episode of The Outdoor Journal Podcast, Trautman and Blue discuss  the crew member they wish they didn't invite on, their most intimate wildlife encounter in the arctic and how to keep from murdering each other while living, working and traveling together with no personal space and nowhere to escape to.The best way you can support stories like this is to subscribe to the podcast right now and take a second to leave your review.Alright, let's go.

Episode 4 - PART 2 Somewhere In Between - NCAA D1 Players - Alec Trautman and Cameron Cooper

"Somewhere In Between" with Coach Mulls and The Coop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2020 56:11


For parents, young players, coaches or those that want to hear from 5 different college football players at the Division 1 level of the NCAA what it takes to make it from 9th grade to the latter years of college, this is the Episode for you. These guys all gave up what most young people find fun and exciting through their high school years to achieve their dream. This is Part 2 of a 2 part episode. In this episode you will hear from Chris Kolarevic, U. of No. Iowa, Isaac Schley of Sam Houston State via post grad transfer from Georgetown U. and Florian McCann, CSU offensive lineman from Mullen High in Denver, CO. Support this podcast

Inside the NFL Prospects
Adam Trautman

Inside the NFL Prospects

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 16:16


On the 35th episode of the Inside the NFL Prospects podcast series, we have Dayton TE Adam Trautman. Adam shares the story of how he made it to Dayton, NFL role models, and what makes him stand out from other prospects.

The Future Leaders Podcast
Episode 14: Investing in Real Estate 101 with John Trautman

The Future Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2019 53:55


On this episode of the Future Leaders Podcast I had the Pleasure of Interviewing John Trautman! If you got any value from this episode all we ask is that you subscribe and leave a review down below! John's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/john_trautman/ My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vovatess/