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DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast
138: The Physician Leader as Learner with Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 25:45


“So what motivates you as a leader is important to know from the beginning.” -Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken    All physicians are leaders.   In today's episode, DocWorking Founder and CEO, Dr. Jen Barna talks about physician leadership with internationally recognized leadership expert Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken. In this conversation they discuss multiple different styles of leadership, including leader as learner, transactional, post heroic and more. Tosca points out the importance of knowing what motivates you as a physician leader. Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken has offered leadership development and coaching, change management and facilitation services to international and US-based public sector and nonprofit and philanthropic leaders for 30 years, in practice, in academia and as an independent consultant. Tosca has designed and delivered 25+ leadership development training programs. She also enjoys coaching on virtual team leadership, organizational strategy, gender and leadership and diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging strategies. We hope you enjoy this conversation and future conversations with Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken, and maximize your potential as the best leader you can be.    Links to the Virtual Team Leadership course offerings: 5 Steps to Turbo Charge your Virtual Team Leadership (a FREE non-cohort based mini-course):https://5oaks.teachable.com/p/free-mini-course-5-days-challenge     Post-Pandemic Virtual Team Leadership Essentials (full fee-based, cohort-based course - February 28-April 8, 2022): https://5oaks.teachable.com/p/virtual-leadership-course       The Five Oaks Consulting  ‘School' in which all courses are housed:       https://5oaks.teachable.com/   Tosca is a public thought leader and co-author of the book ‘Between Power and Irrelevance: the Future of Transnational NGOs' (Oxford University Press, 20202) and host of the podcast NGO Soul+Strategy. At the start of her career, Tosca worked as international development practitioner for a European think tank, the World Bank, a US nonprofit, and the United Nations. After leaving the Netherlands, her home country, Tosca lived in Zimbabwe, Cambodia and Vietnam, before settling once again in Upstate New York, USA in 2001; she is a dual national (USA and Netherlands). Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog  How many coaches do you think your favorite actors and athletes have worked with over the years in order to achieve such extraordinary success?   What if you had a team of trusted thinking partners, experienced coaches who have helped hundreds of physicians overcome obstacles and who know what works?    What if you were part of a community of like-minded physicians from across the nation, across specialties and career stages? Your collective brain trust, sharing ideas and experiences, so you would no longer feel like an island, surrounded by people yet alone?   What if you had small group coaching sessions, could interact with your coaches and community as often as you wish, and had virtual courses at your fingertips 24-7 that could help you with things like time and stress management, resilience, and mapping out your future to achieve what matters most to you?   What if you could have all of this for less than the cost of a single 1:1 coaching session per month?   DocWorking THRIVE is the Physician Coaching and Community Subscription Package that Guides You as a Doctor to Embrace Life in the way that is most meaningful to you, integrate that with your work so you can truly thrive, and be a valued member of our growing private community of doctors from across the nation. Join the DocWorking mailing list by clicking here.   At DocWorking, our specialty is Coaching Physicians to achieve the best in life and medicine.    Doctors devote their lives to caring for others. But does that mean they must sacrifice their own health and wellbeing? Absolutely not!   At DocWorking, we have developed a unique way to embrace it all.   The caring for others that you do so selflessly AND the caring for YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY that you crave in order to bring it all into the perfect balance specific to YOU.   What if we told you that you CAN have it all? The career you dreamed of when you decided to become a doctor AND the life outside of medicine that you desire?   DocWorking empowers physicians to get back on the path to achieving their dreams.   Coaches and Courses at DocWorking Ace the Boards and Max Your CME Preparing for your board exam or looking for a quick and convenient way to earn CME? Study for your board exam and fulfill your CME requirements with BoardVitals. BoardVitals is the leading online board review platform, with question banks and CME activities available in more than 50 medical and healthcare specialties.   Save Money Now: Refinance Your Student Loan Debt   Take Back Your Time: Get a Virtual Assistant Working in the medical field is fulfilling but it can also be exhausting. Physicians often sacrifice their personal time to carry out their duties. They want to go on vacations, start passion projects, or start side businesses but finding the time seems impossible. Recently, more and more physicians are giving outsourcing a try. Outsourcing allows you to delegate tasks to virtual assistants so you can free up your time and finally do whatever it is you've been wanting to do.   Become a Medical Legal Consultant We at DocWorking are excited to collaborate with Dr. Armin Feldman to bring you this opportunity to develop a side income or even a full time income while using your clinical skills!   Achieve Financial Independence with a Financial Planner/Advisor Change your trajectory: build financial independence and strength by working with our trusted resources. Working with a trusted financial planner and/or financial advisor can help you to create a specific plan that works for you. The right advisor can help you stay on track to reach your financial independence goal and your next vision.   Protect Yourself and Your Family with the Right Insurance Doctors and their families need many types of insurance–and inadequate coverage can cost you dearly. Connecting with trusted insurance professionals in your area is recommended to be sure you're appropriately covered.   Are you a physician who would like to tell your story? Please email Amanda, our producer, at Amanda@docworking.com to be considered. And if you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5 star review, we would be extremely grateful! We're everywhere you like to get your podcasts! Apple iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Google, Pandora, PlayerFM, ListenNotes, Amazon, YouTube, Podbean You can also find us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.    Some links in our blogs and show notes are affiliate links, and purchases made via those links may result in payments to DocWorking. These help toward our production costs. Thank you for supporting DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast! Occasionally, we discuss financial and legal topics. We are not financial or legal professionals. Please consult a licensed professional for financial or legal advice regarding your specific situation.   Podcast produced by: Amanda Taran

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast
Mike Trombley starts off the Season 2 Podcast with some great advice to Smallmouth Fishing and Tournament Fishing on the Great Lakes!

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 46:37


If you are a hard-core angler, you have come to the right place. This podcast that will interview some of the top local and regional anglers in North America. Anglers who consistency finish near the top in both Largemouth and Smallmouth bass fishing tournaments. Travis and his guest will discuss techniques and strategies used to help these anglers stay so consistent and help you become a better angler and gain an edge on your body of water. This interview I chat with Mike Trombley.  Mike catches them real good on any body of water and especially has the smallmouth dialed in! He shares with me some of his favorite techniques and talks about what it takes to consistency do well in tournaments.The Reel Shot is where I recommend you purchase your tackle! Use my Code SmallmouthCrush15 and get 15% your order today!https://bit.ly/2YtVLRLSMALLMOUTHCRUSHMonsterBass is a subscription full of great fishing tackle delivered to you monthly!  https://bit.ly/MonsterBassSmallmouthCrushWant to save money on Tackle and get sponsorship pricing?  Click the link below and use code CRUSH50 to get 50% off your membership!https://club.outdoorsponsors.com/St Croix Rods - The Best Rods on Earth!https://stcroixrods.link/smallmouthcrushBest Line Management system that I have found!  Get your Spool Mates Here! Use Code SmallmouthCrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://www.anglerconcepts.com/spool-mates.htmlSome of my favorite Baits can be found here at Nikko BaitsUse Code Smallmouthcrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://nikko-fishing.com/NEW VIDEOS UPLOADED WEEKLY and the WORLD-FAMOUS LIVE STREAM with Co Host Epic Eric---------------------------------------Sunday 2:00PM Est - The SmallmouthCrush PodcastMonday 8:00 PM Est - LIVESTREAMFishing Videos throughout the week---------------------------------------Follow on Instagram @SmallmouthCrush https://www.instagram.com/smallmouthcrush/Follow The Bass Lab Tackle Freak Himself Epic Eric @epicericoffical https://www.instagram.com/epicericofficial/Click here to SUBSCRIBE to my channel:http://bit.ly/SmallmouthCrushYouTubeChannelWho is SmallmouthCrush?Travis Manson was born and raised in Wisconsin. He started fishing from the bank at a young age and spent most of his childhood with a rod in his hand.  Travis is primarily a self-taught angler that is always learning and experiencing this amazing sport of fishing.  He started out fishing for walleyes and fishing in local walleye tournaments, but then in his mid 20's, he caught the BASS BUG and has been hooked ever since.  He competed at the highest level in bass fishing on the Bassmaster Elite Series for several years.  He is a full-time fishing guide offering trips on the Chesapeake Bay for largemouth bass (year-round) and trophy smallmouth bass guided trips in Upstate New York on Lake Ontario and the St Lawrence River. His YouTube Channel is named after his passion for the smallmouth bass and will be used as a platform for "how-to" videos, on the water instruction, crazy on and off the water topics on the day in the life of a fishing addict!  Hope you enjoy, and until next time we will see you on the water!#fishing #bassfishing #smallmouth #largemouth #podcast

DJ Joe D'Espinosa's Podcast
Episode 64: PART 3: New Year's White Party . Upstate, New York . 2011

DJ Joe D'Espinosa's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 102:01


Part 3 of 3. Recorded in the Get Down Lounge, Red Hook, New York, December 30, 2010.

The 46 of 46 Podcast
103.) New Year's Sessions 2021: A 46/46 Year in Review

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 57:13


Happy New Year! I hope you all survived the vortex as we entered into a new year here on planet earth. Welcome to the second annual New Year's Session here on The 46 of 46 Podcast. On this episode I will go back to the start of the year and recap each and every episode and guest and offer some fun facts and behind-the-scenes information about the episode. This is a good way to let you know what episode you may have missed and should go back to listen to, or remind you of an episode you may want to hear again. Thanks for all the support and may 2022 be a much better year than the last two have been!Pick up my new 140+ page High Peaks eBook, "From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks". Available now at www.46of46.com. Click on the eBook tab and download to your phone or tablet. Kindle users can download via the Kindle App Store.If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

DJ Joe D'Espinosa's Podcast
Episode 64: PART 2: New Year's White Party . Upstate, New York . 2011

DJ Joe D'Espinosa's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 84:54


Part 2 of 3. Recorded in the Get Down Lounge, Red Hook, New York, December 31, 2010.

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast
Dave Mercer talks Smallmouth Bass Fishing as we wrap up Season 1 and welcome everyone to Season 2

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 36:22


Catching trophy smallmouth bass on a consistent basis can be a challenge.  So many techniques and so many different patterns can sometimes make it confusing where to start when targeting smallmouth bass.  Each Sunday join Travis Manson as he interviews guests who are at the top of their game when it comes to catching smallmouth bass.Season 1 Episode 53 Travis talks with Dave Mercer.  Dave talks about some of his personal experience when it comes to catching Smallmouth and also his take on what makes a great smallmouth angler.Instagram https://www.instagram.com/factsoffishing/Website https://factsoffishing.com/The Reel Shot is where I recommend you purchase your tackle! Use my Code SmallmouthCrush15 and get 15% your order today!https://bit.ly/2YtVLRLSMALLMOUTHCRUSHMonsterBass is a subscription full of great fishing tackle delivered to you monthly!  https://bit.ly/MonsterBassSmallmouthCrushWant to save money on Tackle and get sponsorship pricing?  Click the link below and use code CRUSH50 to get 50% off your membership!https://club.outdoorsponsors.com/St Croix Rods - The Best Rods on Earth!https://stcroixrods.link/smallmouthcrushBest Line Management system that I have found!  Get your Spool Mates Here! Use Code SmallmouthCrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://www.anglerconcepts.com/spool-mates.htmlSome of my favorite Baits can be found here at Nikko BaitsUse Code Smallmouthcrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://nikko-fishing.com/NEW VIDEOS UPLOADED WEEKLY and the WORLD FAMOUS LIVE STREAM with Co Host Epic Eric---------------------------------------Sunday – The SmallmouthCrush PodcastMonday - 8:00 PM Est LIVESTREAMFishing Videos throughout the week---------------------------------------Follow on Instagram @SmallmouthCrush https://www.instagram.com/smallmouthcrush/Follow The Bass Lab Tackle Freak Himself Epic Eric @epicericoffical https://www.instagram.com/epicericofficial/Click here to SUBSCRIBE to my channel:http://bit.ly/SmallmouthCrushYouTubeChannelWho is SmallmouthCrush?Travis Manson was born and raised in Wisconsin. He started fishing from the bank at a young age and spent most of his childhood with a rod in his hand.  Travis is primarily a self-taught angler that is always learning and experiencing this amazing sport of fishing.  He started out fishing for walleyes and fishing in local walleye tournaments, but then in his mid 20's, he caught the BASS BUG and has been hooked ever since.  He competed at the highest level in bass fishing on the Bassmaster Elite Series for a number of years.  He is a full time fishing guide offering trips on the Chesapeake Bay for largemouth bass(year round) and trophy smallmouth bass guided trips in Upstate New York on Lake Ontario and the St Lawrence River. His Youtube Channel is named after his passion for the smallmouth bass and will be used as a platform for "how-to" videos, on the water instruction, crazy on and off the water topics on the day in the life of a fishing addict!  Hope you enjoy, and until next time we will see you on the water!#fishing #bassfishing #smallmouth

DJ Joe D'Espinosa's Podcast
Episode 64: PART 1: New Year's White Party . Upstate, New York . 2011

DJ Joe D'Espinosa's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 111:07


Part 1 of 3. Recorded in the Get Down Lounge, Red Hook, New York, December 31, 2010.

Guide to Your Ride Podcast
Guide to Your Ride 19 - 12.30.21

Guide to Your Ride Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 5:27


Unless you are riding top of tug hill or a few spots in the Adirondacks... no riding in Upstate NY. If you can trailer to spin a few miles, go for it. Otherwise sit tight, and wait for better weather in 2022. We'll keep you updated as always! Guide to Your Ride is sponsored by Waters Edge Inn in Old Forge, NY, the destination for snowmobilers this winter. Visit them at watersedgeinn.comTo become a MEMBER, drop me $10, and you'll get name recognition, or if you wish not to use your name, recognition to your favorite snowmobile club or where you live. To become a SPONSOR, drop me $60 and I'll put up a link to your business, Facebook page or snowmobile club!Click below to get startedpaypal.me/lupiallcwww.venmo.com/u/Richard-LupiaTHANK YOU to our faithful sponsors and members!SPONSORSSouthern Tug Hill SnoRidersSaratoga Snowmobile AssociationOhio Ridge RidersILSNOW.comEnjem's Flooring AmericaWater's Edge Inn – Old ForgeAdirondacks Speculator Chamber of CommerceWhite Lake InnToads LLC Fisher and Snow Dog Plows, Cairo, NYJohn Schoff Memorial Vintage Ride – January 15, 2022Lincoln Mountain Gansevoort Snowmobile ClubATV TractorFoley's Lawn Care and GardeningBetter Homes and Gardens Pristine Real Estate – Cape Coral, FLMEMBERSChris RinckCharles KlesseChaz AlbertsonDave GleasmanJohn BatesDarrin HarrMark EnjemMatthew PistnerEric VilovchikBrian & Paula BedellRobert G. GartleyChris HigginsNathan DeMarcoFrank PreskyChris SchoffRichard KellerMark SpanoPaul MarconiMichael SchraderChris SkipperFrank SansoneMercy Board LLCJohn ScaloraTom & Alis VincentAngelina GogolaCricket CorelliRuss LamoyJeff GreeneChaz Albertson Jr.John BossoltJohn FoleyAndy ArtessaJenny & Ron TyreMark FinkbinerChristopher CawleyDarren Bryant

Bourbon Pursuit
338 - Getting Crafty in Upstate New York with Brian McKenzie of Finger Lakes Distilling

Bourbon Pursuit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 48:48


It's no secret that we're big fans of Finger Lakes Distilling since it's one of the crucial components in Pursuit United. A few months ago, we booked some flights and took our recording gear to upstate New York. We sat down with their president, owner, and former distiller Brian McKenzie. We talk about his journey into whiskey and some of the challenges he faced as a craft distiller. We cover the unique aspects of being a craft distiller with a column still, their incredibly low barrel entry proof, and their infamous wheated bourbon. Show Partners: Catoctin Creek has been honoring that tradition of small craft rye whisky since 2009. Learn more at CatoctinCreekDistilling.com. Smooth Ambler builds on the traditional roots of American whiskey in West Virginia. Visit SmoothAmbler.com to learn more. Wilderness Trail is Sweet Mash Kentucky Straight Bourbon and Rye Whiskey distilled, aged, and bottled in Danville, Kentucky. Learn more at WildernessTrailDistillery.com. You can now buy Barrell Craft Spirits products online and have them shipped right to your door. Visit BarrellBourbon.com and click Buy Now. Spirits of French Lick is delivering the finest hand crafted Bottled in Bond bourbons. Check out SpiritsofFrenchLick.com. Total Wine and More is wonderland for wine, spirits, and beer lovers! Explore more in store or online at TotalWine.com. Heaven Hill Distillery has been lifting America's spirit since 1935. Check out educational resources and sign up for their newsletter at HeavenHillDistillery.com. Show Notes: This week's Above the Char with Fred Minnick (@fredminnick) talks about how much wood we consume from drinking bourbon. What's changed since the last time you were on the show? Tell us about your journey in whiskey. Who were your first phone calls to get started in this industry? Peat or no peat? Tell us about your wheated bourbon. What challenges did you face at the beginning being a craft distiller? Talk about your experimentations. Since the wheat is so popular, why not just focus on that? What's more fun, finishing or experimenting with mashbills. Tell us about your Master Distiller. Did you have any issues when starting the distillery? Why do craft distillers prefer certain stills? What other spirits are you creating? Talk about your seasoning process and why your barrels look so old after only 4 years. What kind of barrels are you using? Do you think the low entry proof contributes to having better tasting whiskey at a younger age? Where does the big bold fruitiness flavor come from in your bourbon? Tell us about your older aged bourbon that's coming out. Does lower entry proof have an impact on taxes? What has your distillery done for the local community? Do you get visitors from all over? What are you forecasting for your distillery? @flxdistilling Support this podcast on Patreon

HealthLink On Air
What the Upstate New York Poison Center does; a workplace perspective on opioid misuse: Upstate Medical University's HealthLink on Air for Sunday, Jan. 2, 2022

HealthLink On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 52:00


Interviews with Vincent Calleo, MD, medical director of the Upstate New York Poison Center; and Jeanette Zoeckler, PhD, director of preventive services for Upstate's Occupational Health Clinical Center

@BEERISAC: CPS/ICS Security Podcast Playlist
19: Internships and Specialties In the Cybersecurity Industry

@BEERISAC: CPS/ICS Security Podcast Playlist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 28:40


Podcast: Control System Cyber Security Association International: CS2AIEpisode: 19: Internships and Specialties In the Cybersecurity IndustryPub date: 2021-12-28Today, Derek Harp is happy to welcome John Cusimano, Vice President of Industrial Security at AE Solutions, as his guest for another episode in the Security Leader series.AE Solutions is a division of the Deloitte Company. John leads their industrial cybersecurity practice team, comprised of about twenty dedicated subject matter experts who mostly came from automation, IT security, or a blend of the two in the earlier parts of their careers. John hails from Upstate, New York. While in high school, he played guitar in a band and loved using guitar effects. He wanted to become an audio engineer, so he was motivated to go into the engineering field. After graduating from high school, he went to Clarkson University in Upstate New York and did a combined electrical and computer engineering degree. John picked Clarkson specifically because it was the first school in the entire country to give every new freshman a computer.In this episode of the (CS)²AI Podcast, John joins Derek to share his superhero origin story, talk about how he became a leader in the cybersecurity industry, and share the valuable lessons he learned along the way. He talks about the benefits of gaining practical experience from doing internships and specializing in your career. He also offers some gold nuggets of advice for people thinking of starting a career in the world of cybersecurity.If you are entering the workforce or in the mid-level part of your career and want to move up within your corporation or step out and start a business of your own, you will learn a lot from today's episode, so be sure to stay tuned for more!Show highlights:John talks about how he got to where he is at AE Solutions. (1:15)John's first encounter with technology happened before he was even in high school. (2:18)John discusses how his practical experience from summer internships helped him land his first job. (6:09)John shares an excellent way to bolster your career. (8:32)How John found the niche of safety, and then later in his career, saw the connection between safety and cybersecurity, and started digging into cybersecurity. (11:23)John talks about the people who mentored him and influenced his career path. (13:51)John shares some nuggets to help engineers dive deeper into the world of cybersecurity. (17:39)Overcoming the challenges in his career. (20:29)There is value in being obsessive and eventually becoming an expert on a particular topic. (22:36)John took a huge risk in starting an industrial cybersecurity practice before the technology got known to be a real thing. (24:33)John talks about the areas within the cybersecurity industry that could start exploding with new opportunities over the next few years. (27:23)The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Derek Harp, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

Talk World Radio
Talk World Radio: Greta Zarro on Peace Activism in 2021

Talk World Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 29:00


This week on Talk World Radio we're talking about peace activism in 2021 and looking ahead to 2022. Our guest Greta Zarro is Organizing Director for World BEYOND War, where I'm Executive Director. Greta previously worked as New York Organizer for Food & Water Watch. There, she campaigned on issues related to fracking, genetically engineered foods, climate change, and the corporate control of our common resources. Greta and her partner run Unadilla Community Farm, a non-profit organic farm and permaculture education center in Upstate New York.

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast
Bill Lortz shares his experience fishing in Upstate New York for Smallmouth

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 46:34


Catching trophy smallmouth bass on a consistent basis can be a challenge.  So many techniques and so many different patterns can sometimes make it confusing where to start when targeting smallmouth bass.  Each Sunday join Travis Manson as he interviews guests who are at the top of their game when it comes to catching smallmouth bass.Season 1 Episode 52 Travis talks with Bill Lortz.  He has a successful guide business in Up State New York and fished a lot on Oneida Lake and Lake Ontario.  He talks about some of his favorite techniques and what he looks for when targeting fish in this region.Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nynorthcountrybassin/Website https://nynorthcountrybassin.com/index.htmlThe Reel Shot is where I recommend you purchase your tackle! Use my Code SmallmouthCrush15 and get 15% your order today!https://bit.ly/2YtVLRLSMALLMOUTHCRUSHMonsterBass is a subscription full of great fishing tackle delivered to you monthly!  https://bit.ly/MonsterBassSmallmouthCrushWant to save money on Tackle and get sponsorship pricing?  Click the link below and use code CRUSH50 to get 50% off your membership!https://club.outdoorsponsors.com/St Croix Rods - The Best Rods on Earth!https://stcroixrods.link/smallmouthcrushBest Line Management system that I have found!  Get your Spool Mates Here! Use Code SmallmouthCrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://www.anglerconcepts.com/spool-mates.htmlSome of my favorite Baits can be found here at Nikko BaitsUse Code Smallmouthcrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://nikko-fishing.com/NEW VIDEOS UPLOADED WEEKLY and the WORLD FAMOUS LIVE STREAM with Co Host Epic Eric---------------------------------------Sunday – The SmallmouthCrush PodcastMonday - 8:00 PM Est LIVESTREAMFishing Videos throughout the week---------------------------------------Follow on Instagram @SmallmouthCrush https://www.instagram.com/smallmouthcrush/Follow The Bass Lab Tackle Freak Himself Epic Eric @epicericoffical https://www.instagram.com/epicericofficial/Click here to SUBSCRIBE to my channel:http://bit.ly/SmallmouthCrushYouTubeChannelWho is SmallmouthCrush?Travis Manson was born and raised in Wisconsin. He started fishing from the bank at a young age and spent most of his childhood with a rod in his hand.  Travis is primarily a self-taught angler that is always learning and experiencing this amazing sport of fishing.  He started out fishing for walleyes and fishing in local walleye tournaments, but then in his mid 20's, he caught the BASS BUG and has been hooked ever since.  He competed at the highest level in bass fishing on the Bassmaster Elite Series for a number of years.  He is a full time fishing guide offering trips on the Chesapeake Bay for largemouth bass(year round) and trophy smallmouth bass guided trips in Upstate New York on Lake Ontario and the St Lawrence River. His Youtube Channel is named after his passion for the smallmouth bass and will be used as a platform for "how-to" videos, on the water instruction, crazy on and off the water topics on the day in the life of a fishing addict!  Hope you enjoy, and until next time we will see you on the water!#fishing #bassfishing #smallmouth

Above Ground Podcast
Wild Horses w/Laura LaRue of Therapeutic Horses of Saratoga

Above Ground Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 40:53


Retired racehorses can find new purpose and meaning as an equine assisted therapy horse. Therapeutic Horses of Saratoga supports these horses with rescuing and retraining. Providing them a peaceful, safe and meaningful life. Laura LaRue shares her experience with us this week.  Laura's love for horses began at a very young age when she competed in English riding and learned the ins-and-outs of horse care throughout her childhood. This interest extended to compassion and understanding for people and the ability of animals to comfort them. Because of these passions, Laura completed her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University at Albany with the intention of getting into the counseling field. During college, she interned at a local non-profit which specialized in rescuing neglected horses and using them for hands-on work with individuals in need. After running summer camps with at-risk youth through Parsons Family Center, Laura knew that this was the career for her. Laura LaRue is the Director of Equine Care at THS. Laura combines her knowledge and love of both horses and people. She works with the therapy horses to provide safe and meaningful space for clients with the use of consistent desensitization training. She then assists in equine-assisted learning sessions. Laura's role in the paddock is to ensure safety and provide feedback by reading both the client and horses' body language and looking for useful metaphors that can be used in real-life situations. EAT is a complimentary alternative modality to experience a pure and nonjudgmental relationship. Equines are sentient, intuitive beings who create a space that is emotionally safe and comfortably challenging to individuals in need.  THS works in partnership with local certified equine therapists who provide equine-assisted therapy (EAT) to our community's most vulnerable populations. This includes adults and children with mental illness and social difficulties, veterans, families and couples, victims of domestic violence and others in need of care. To increase our impact on the community, THS has partnered with ECS Psychological Services, P.C. to increase access to equine-assisted therapy in Upstate New York. https://thsaratoga.org https://ecspsychological.com Thank you for listening to Above Ground Podcast. We appreciate each and everyone of you who help make the show what its is. If you'd like to contribute you can buy Will & Tim a Coffee at the link below. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/abovegroundpod Happy Holidays to everyone. No matter what you celebrate. Remember everyone has mental health. Not everyone has a mental illness.

Getting There With Goz
Christmas Show 2021

Getting There With Goz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 110:29


It's the first annual Gozilla Media Christmas Show! Enjoy Levack, Goz and appearaces from your favorite Gozilla Media personalites LIVE from Hooters on Wolf Road. Show topics include Bowl Mania Challenge The return of THE LIST (Holiday edition) Debut of the new holiday drinking game "Guess The Intern" and much more! Plus score the perfect holiday gift! The debut of Levack and Goz merch now available in the new Gozilla Media store https://gozilla-media.apparel.elevation10k.com/ Levack and Goz is brought to you by Jared Lozier of Northeastern Insurance. If you are looking to save money on your business, car, or more call Jared today at 518-956-3753. Integrative Sleep Center in Ballston Spa. Are you or your partner having trouble sleeping? Do you snore? Call Dr. Fred Dreher and the Integrative Sleep Center in Ballston Spa call them at 518-885-6185 or visit their website integrativesleepcenter.com. Ready to buy a new home or sell your home in Upstate New York? Call Cyndi Martin today 518-456-0400 or email her at Cynthiamartin@howardhanna.com

Solo Cleaning School
Good Fruits Come from Good Roots

Solo Cleaning School

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 12:10


 I'm recording this episode a few days before Thanksgiving. I have so much to be thankful for. For one, listen to my last episode "Get Out of the Car". I am thankful to be here and able to tell the story. It's sobering. If you haven't heard that episode, stop now, and go back! I am thankful for my health, my amazing wife and 5 kids that all love their Daddy. I am thankful that my dad is picking up the pieces and fighting to get his life back after years of addiction. I am thankful that my mom survived Covid and still has years of life left. I am thankful that I had 44 years with my paternal grandparents, Nana and Pop-Pop Carfagno, who co-raised me. They are very responsible for the man, husband, father, and leader that I've become. I am thankful to have 5 siblings that I'm close with and the 2 little boys and girls that call me Uncle Ken. I am thankful for the house we rent with 2 acres and a creek for our kids to play outside. I am thankful for our church and church family that loves and supports. I am thankful for my friends and the relationships that pour into me. If you've listened to this podcast for a while, you've heard me mention those friends by name. I'm thankful for my business and the amount of time I have at home with my family. I am thankful that we are debt-free. I am thankful to have the assurance of a relationship with the Maker of heaven and earth after I pass away. I could go on and on. I want you to get into a place of gratitude right now. I want you to do the same thing I just did. Get out your journal and write out the people and things you're thankful for. Look at this list. Consider calling or messaging each person and thanking them. Why am I telling you this? I have observed something simple in life lately that I've always had trouble explaining. It's hard to explain in words what pride and humility are. We know that they are opposites, but when pressed for a definition, we cannot find the words. Am I right? Can you explain the meaning of both? I couldn't until now. We lived in Upstate New York for 16 years. New York had the most spectacular apples and you better believe we were at the orchards every September and October for bags of freshly picked Honeycrisp and Jonagold and Golden Delicious and many more. I'd hoist the younger kids on my shoulders to pick the ripest apple off the top of the tree. They would always bump 8 others and knock them off in the process. Some would hit me in the head, but without fail, my little guy would grab that ripe one and take a bite. Heaven! Can you picture the scene. Imagine an apple tree with a thick trunk, green leaves, and ripe red fruits. We know that it takes years to yield delicious, ripe apples. The orchard owner plants, waters, cultivates, protects, and prunes their trees every season. In fact, the fresher and tastier the fruits, the healthier the roots. We can't see the roots. They are under the soil, but stretch out in all directions from the base of the tree. It's easy to imagine and accept this truth. If the roots are healthy, so are the fruits. And if the roots are damaged or sick, the fruits will either be rotten or none will produce at all.Read the rest of this article at the Smart Cleaning School website

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast
Cooper Gallant talking Smallmouth

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 38:35


Catching trophy smallmouth bass on a consistent basis can be a challenge.  So many techniques and so many different patterns can sometimes make it confusing where to start when targeting smallmouth bass.  Each Sunday join Travis Manson as he interviews guests who are at the top of their game when it comes to catching smallmouth bass.Season 1 Episode 50 Travis talks with Cooper Gallant.  This guy has been making happen and knows how to put some big smallmouth in the boat.  He has had a solid track record chasing these fish and in this episode he talks about fishing lakes in Canada and the Great Lakes.  Some great tips to help you become a better smallmouth angler! Follow Copper on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/cooper.gallantInstagram https://www.instagram.com/coopergallant.fishing/YouTube Cooper Gallant FishingThe Reel Shot is where I recommend you purchase your tackle! Use my Code SmallmouthCrush15 and get 15% your order today!https://bit.ly/2YtVLRLSMALLMOUTHCRUSHMonsterBass is a subscription full of great fishing tackle delivered to you monthly!  https://bit.ly/MonsterBassSmallmouthCrushWant to save money on Tackle and get sponsorship pricing?  Click the link below and use code CRUSH50 to get 50% off your membership!https://club.outdoorsponsors.com/St Croix Rods - The Best Rods on Earth!https://stcroixrods.link/smallmouthcrushBest Line Management system that I have found!  Get your Spool Mates Here! Use Code SmallmouthCrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://www.anglerconcepts.com/spool-mates.htmlSome of my favorite Baits can be found here at Nikko BaitsUse Code Smallmouthcrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://nikko-fishing.com/NEW VIDEOS UPLOADED WEEKLY and the WORLD FAMOUS LIVE STREAM with Co Host Epic Eric---------------------------------------Sunday – The SmallmouthCrush PodcastMonday - 8:00 PM Est LIVESTREAMFishing Videos throughout the week---------------------------------------Follow on Instagram @SmallmouthCrush https://www.instagram.com/smallmouthcrush/Follow The Bass Lab Tackle Freak Himself Epic Eric @epicericoffical https://www.instagram.com/epicericofficial/WOW CHECK THIS OUT!! Special LIVE Show every month for Patreons MembersGet special access to member only videos once a month - Secret Tips and Techniques and information we only share with Patreon Members!Join my Patreon to get access to a special live show once a month!https://www.patreon.com/smallmouthcrushClick here to SUBSCRIBE to my channel:http://bit.ly/SmallmouthCrushYouTubeChannelWho is SmallmouthCrush?Travis Manson was born and raised in Wisconsin. He started fishing from the bank at a young age and spent most of his childhood with a rod in his hand.  Travis is primarily a self-taught angler that is always learning and experiencing this amazing sport of fishing.  He started out fishing for walleyes and fishing in local walleye tournaments, but then in his mid 20's, he caught the BASS BUG and has been hooked ever since.  He competed at the highest level in bass fishing on the Bassmaster Elite Series for a number of years.  He is a full time fishing guide offering trips on the Chesapeake Bay for largemouth bass(year round) and trophy smallmouth bass guided trips in Upstate New York on Lake Ontario and the St Lawrence River. His Youtube Channel is named after his passion for the smallmouth bass and will be used as a platform for "how-to" videos, on the water instruction, crazy on and off the water topics on the day in the life of a fishing addict!  Hope you enjoy, and until next time we will see you on the water!#fishing #bassfishing #smallmouth 

Guide to Your Ride Podcast
Guide to Your Ride 18 - 12.16.21

Guide to Your Ride Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 6:38


A short summary because there's no riding anywhere in the state! Please join your clubs, and help your clubs this weekend be ready for the trails when we do get snow and they open up!If you enjoy our weather reports, podcasts, videos, and features, say thank you by becoming a SPONSOR or MEMBER of Upstate Snow! For just $60, sponsors receive a hyperlink to your business or social media page on every morning blog and podcast post on upstatesnow.com for the season (until 8/31/22). For just $10, members get name recognition, or if you wish not to use your name, recognition to your favorite snowmobile club or where you live. Click below to get started paypal.me/lupiallc www.venmo.com/u/Richard-LupiaTHANK YOU to our faithful sponsors and members!SPONSORS Southern Tug Hill SnoRiders Saratoga Snowmobile Association Ohio Ridge Riders ILSNOW.com Enjem's Flooring America Water's Edge Inn – Old Forge Adirondacks Speculator Chamber of Commerce White Lake Inn Toads LLC Fisher and Snow Dog Plows, Cairo, NY John Schoff Memorial Vintage Ride – January 15, 2022 Lincoln Mountain Gansevoort Snowmobile ClubMEMBERS Chris Rinck Charles Klesse Chaz Albertson Dave Gleasman John Bates Darrin Harr Mark Enjem Matthew Pistner Eric Vilovchik Brian & Paula Bedell Robert G. Gartley Chris Higgins Nathan DeMarco Frank Presky Chris Schoff Richard Keller Mark Spano Paul Marconi Michael Schrader Chris Skipper Frank Sansone Mercy Board LLC John ScaloraTom & Alis VincentCricket CorelliAngelina GogolaRuss Lamoy

Employment Matters
331: Travel Tuesdays: Doing Business in New York

Employment Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 15:04


In our new Travel Tuesdays series, we explore the 'need to know' items for doing business in various jurisdictions around the world. This week, we take a closer look at New York.Moderator: Steve Hirschfeld (Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP / California)Guest Speakers: Ginger Schröder (Schröder, Joseph & Associates / Western New York), Robert Holtzman (Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP / New York City) & Lou DiLorenzo (Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC / Upstate New York)

Yuletide TV: A Christmas Podcast
S3 Ep. 10: Divorce - Christmas

Yuletide TV: A Christmas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 41:23


The tables turn slightly as a new week of the podcast kicks off! The hosts have their significant others pick which Christmas episodes to watch, starting with "Christmas" from the first season of the show Divorce (available to stream on HBOMAX) selected by Brian's wife. Come and see how a show with two lead actors each with three names navigates the tricky waters of celebrating the holidays while trying to hide a split. Other topics discussed in this episode include: Monday the 13th vs. Friday the 13th, determining the most sinful day of the week, Christmas fishing destinations, obnoxious Christmas gifts, anthrax, Upstate New York, wasting food, infidelity, and Brian correcting Chris for a change.  IMDB entry for this episode: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4695166/. 

The Heavy Hole Podcast
In The Hole w/ Kyle Beam of Undeath

The Heavy Hole Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 106:58


This week the team finally talks all things UNDEATH with guitarist Kyle Beam! Plus listener submitted music! heavyholepodcast.com Voicemail - 631 837 - 3274 Music Featured - Undeath - Lesions of a Different Kind Undeath - Sentient Autolysis

Snacks Daily

Boldest prediction yet for the New Year: JPMorgan says 2022 is when the pandemic ends. Parrothead Jimmy Buffett is taking on the 2 big cruise companies because Margaritaville is the OG unicorn Creator. And 1 town in Upstate New York is about to change the future of Starbucks baristas. $CCL $SBUX $JPM Got a SnackFact? Tweet it @RobinhoodSnacks @JackKramer @NickOfNewYork Want a shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form: https://forms.gle/KhUAo31xmkSdeynD9 Got a SnackFact for the pod? We got a form for that too: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe64VKtvMNDPGSncHDRF07W34cPMDO3N8Y4DpmNP_kweC58tw/viewform Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Guide to Your Ride Podcast
Guide to Your Ride 17 - 12.09.21

Guide to Your Ride Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 9:30


Now presenting, the first Guide to Your Ride Podcast sponsored by Water's Edge Inn in Old Forge! Of course, there is not enough to ride anywhere. Trails are closed. Even where they can open. But in this 9 minute podcast, we thank Waters Edge for their sponsorship, plug Snowdeo and Shootout going on tomorrow and this weekend in Old Forge/Inlet and highlight the biggest need of all: CLUB HELP! HELP THE CLUBS NOW! Many work and repair projects still ongoing. Make this weekend the time you get out and lend a very needed helping hand!If you enjoy our weather reports, podcasts, videos, and features, say thank you by becoming a SPONSOR or MEMBER of Upstate Snow! For just $60, sponsors receive a hyperlink to your business or social media page on every morning blog and podcast post on upstatesnow.com for the season (until 8/31/22). For just $10, members get name recognition, or if you wish not to use your name, recognition to your favorite snowmobile club or where you live.Click below to get started paypal.me/lupiallc www.venmo.com/u/Richard-LupiaTHANK YOU to our faithful sponsors and members!SPONSORS Southern Tug Hill SnoRiders Saratoga Snowmobile Association Ohio Ridge Riders ILSNOW.com Enjem's Flooring America Water's Edge Inn – Old Forge Adirondacks Speculator Chamber of Commerce White Lake Inn Toads LLC Fisher and Snow Dog Plows, Cairo, NY John Schoff Memorial Vintage Ride – January 15, 2022 Lincoln Mountain Gansevoort Snowmobile ClubMEMBERS Chris Rinck Charles Klesse Chaz Albertson Dave Gleasman John Bates Darrin Harr Mark Enjem Matthew Pistner Eric Vilovchik Brian & Paula Bedell Robert G. Gartley Chris Higgins Nathan DeMarco Frank Presky Chris Schoff Richard Keller

Food Sleuth Radio
Edward Maltby, Executive Director of the Northeast Organic Dairy Producers Alliance.

Food Sleuth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 28:08


Did you know that Danone North America, owner of Horizon Organic, dropped its contracts with 89 organic dairies in New England and Upstate New York? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Edward Maltby, Executive Director of the Northeast Organic Dairy Producers Alliance. Maltby discusses the benefits of organic food and farming, the plight of dairy farmers, and the impact of lost contracts on farm families and regional economies.  Related website:  https://www.nodpa.com/ 

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
HMM 11 - 30 - 21

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 58:54


Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, We begin with the housing crisis in Utica and efforts to keep an overnight shelter open when powerful interests are taking away their funding; Then, Mark Dunlea interviews Tony Gaddy, cofounder of Upstate New York's Black Chamber of Commerce; Later on, we learn about Shades of Cocoa, an organization devoted to the self-esteem of Black and Brown girls in Troy, and join Willie Terry's visit to the "Cocoa-Given” dinner; After that, we speak with owner of the bar and bottle shop, Elixir16; Finally, we are joined by retired meteorologist, Hugh Johnson

Threads of Enlightenment
My interview with Steven Lawrence

Threads of Enlightenment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 50:57


I interviewed Steven Lawrence. Steven is the founder and director of The One-Pointed Mind (OPM) system, a teacher and therapist in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, China, and now the U.S. He has a bachelor's in Social Studies, a master's in Technology Integration in Education and is currently completing the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at Saybrook University with a focus on Transpersonalism and meditative practice as treatment. Prior to becoming a teacher, Steve was introduced to meditation by Leonard Perlmutter and the American Meditation Institute in Upstate New York. Once a teacher it was clear to him how meditative practices belong in education; Steve immediately set out to share these ideas with his students and colleagues. Since then, The OPM workshops have grown to include a range of topics shared in teaching workshops in seven countries and thirteen schools. OPM is soon to be releasing a corporate training package. Steven is now retired from the classroom setting and focusing full-time on OPM and his therapy practice. I encourage the listeners to follow him and learn. Everyone has a story, and this is his story.Below are the sites that house his work.https://www.theonepointedmind.netVisit our Threads store:  https://threads-of-enlightenment.myshopify.com/We shop worldwide to find some of the highest-quality and some limited hard-to-find products online for you. We work closely with many suppliers to get the lowest prices. Enjoy our store!!!!!!. Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.ShareASale Get your affiliate marketing strategy off the ground today with ShareASale.Our Aroma Our Aroma brings a whole new personalized approach to the health and beauty sector.Semrush SEO content marketing, competitor research, PPC & social media marketing from just one platform.Goode Health personalized nutrition that's effective, convenient, and affordable — because everyone deserves gooDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=2QSM5QR4P2JQQ)

Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

Hope Johnson is a writer and podcaster based in Upstate New York. She is the host of Hope Unyielding, a podcast where people share stories of God's faithfulness in the dark and difficult times of their lives. Today, Hope shares the story of how she learned Russian, struggled during a year teaching English, and how […] The post Hope Johnson and Waiting for God to Answer Prayer appeared first on Eric Nevins.

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast
Brett Carnright talks Smallmouth Bass Fishing and gives up some great tips and techniques!

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 64:41


Catching trophy smallmouth bass on a consistent basis can be a challenge.  So many techniques and so many different patterns can sometimes make it confusing where to start when targeting smallmouth bass.  Each Sunday join Travis Manson as he interviews guests who are at the top of their game when it comes to catching smallmouth bass.Season 1 Episode 48 Travis talks with Brett Carnright.  Brett has been extremely consistent in bass tournaments around the region and knows a thing or two about Smallmouth Fishing.  Not only does he have things dialed in on his home body of water Lake Champlain but is a threat anywhere in upstate New York on lakes like Oneida and The St Lawrence River.  This is a great interview if you are looking at becoming a better smallmouth angler!The Reel Shot is where I recommend you purchase your tackle! Use my Code SmallmouthCrush15 and get 15% your order today!https://bit.ly/2YtVLRLSMALLMOUTHCRUSHMonsterBass is a subscription full of great fishing tackle delivered to you monthly!  https://bit.ly/MonsterBassSmallmouthCrushWant to save money on Tackle and get sponsorship pricing?  Click the link below and use code CRUSH50 to get 50% off your membership!https://club.outdoorsponsors.com/St Croix Rods - The Best Rods on Earth!https://stcroixrods.link/smallmouthcrushBest Line Management system that I have found!  Get your Spool Mates Here! Use Code SmallmouthCrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://www.anglerconcepts.com/spool-mates.htmlSome of my favorite Baits can be found here at Nikko BaitsUse Code Smallmouthcrush10 to save 10% off your orderhttps://nikko-fishing.com/NEW VIDEOS UPLOADED WEEKLY and the WORLD FAMOUS LIVE STREAM with Co Host Epic Eric---------------------------------------Sunday – The SmallmouthCrush PodcastMonday - 8:00 PM Est LIVESTREAMFishing Videos throughout the week---------------------------------------Follow on Instagram @SmallmouthCrush https://www.instagram.com/smallmouthcrush/Follow The Bass Lab Tackle Freak Himself Epic Eric @epicericoffical https://www.instagram.com/epicericofficial/WOW CHECK THIS OUT!! Special LIVE Show every month for Patreons MembersGet special access to member only videos once a month - Secret Tips and Techniques and information we only share with Patreon Members!Join my Patreon to get access to a special live show once a month!https://www.patreon.com/smallmouthcrushWho is SmallmouthCrush?Travis Manson was born and raised in Wisconsin. He started fishing from the bank at a young age and spent most of his childhood with a rod in his hand.  Travis is primarily a self-taught angler that is always learning and experiencing this amazing sport of fishing.  He started out fishing for walleyes and fishing in local walleye tournaments, but then in his mid 20's, he caught the BASS BUG and has been hooked ever since.  He competed at the highest level in bass fishing on the Bassmaster Elite Series for a number of years.  He is a full time fishing guide offering trips on the Chesapeake Bay for largemouth bass(year round) and trophy smallmouth bass guided trips in Upstate New York on Lake Ontario and the St Lawrence River. His Youtube Channel is named after his passion for the smallmouth bass and will be used as a platform for "how-to" videos, on the water instruction, crazy on and off the water topics on the day in the life of a fishing addict!  Hope you enjoy, and until next time we will see you on the water!#fishing #bassfishing #smallmouth #largemouth

Wake Up With Patti Katter
Jim Rogers: Air Force Veteran, Giving Tuesday and Building Homes For Heroes

Wake Up With Patti Katter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 21:04


Join Patti Katter with Jim Rogers as they talk about supporting wounded veterans and their families. Jim is the director of development at Building Homes for Heroes, a national nonprofit for veterans. He explains what they do in the organization and shares his story. Here's a breakdown of what to expect in this episode: · Jim's childhood and his openness to adventure · Involvement in Building Homes for Heroes · Building Homes for Heroes' history and mission · Financial transparency and programs of the organization · A trial in Jim's life and how he triumphed over it · And so much more! ~ About Jim Rogers: Jim Rogers is the director of development for the national nonprofit Building Homes for Heroes. He helps the organization grow by uniting businesses, organizations, and individuals around the common goal of supporting wounded veterans and their families nationwide. Jim helps people do all they can to support our heroic injured veterans who have sacrificed so much for so many. After a successful career of more than 20 years in the Air Force serving in locations throughout the globe followed by nearly a decade of supporting wounded veterans and their families in his current role, Jim shares this message while speaking to Fortune 500 companies, businesses, organizations and participating in television and radio interviews across the country. Jim enjoys spending time with his family on their 50 acres of natural forested property, learning to make his own maple syrup, and restoring his family's nearly 200-year-old historic farmhouse in the Mohawk Valley in Upstate New York. ~ You can find Jim Rogers on . . . Website: https://www.buildinghomesforheroes.org/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-rogers-1043138/ ~ Website: https://pattikatter.com/ Online Shop: https://thepatrioticmermaid.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pattikatter/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pattikatter/ Don't forget to join The Wake Up with Patti Katter's private Facebook group. Listen to Wake Up With Patti Katter on all major podcast platforms. Interested in Podcast Editing Services or Interested in starting your own Podcast? Ask Patti for a Consult! Podblade: https://app.podblade.com/r/5KQLLY --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wakeupwithpattikatter/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wakeupwithpattikatter/support

Space: What The F**k, Dude?!
Thanksgiving Eve with Comedian/Heavy Drinker Howie Dewey

Space: What The F**k, Dude?!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 53:24


Upstate New York blue collar everyman Howie Dewey returns to the pod john to talk about hernia surgery, whether or not AI is friend or foe, and the state of comedy today. Also, this is Episode 199! Whoa.Follow him on Insta if u want to: @howiedeweyAnd check out his podcast Cash Daddies, an entertainment purposes only podcast that discusses all the ways internet rich people can invest their money.:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cash-daddies-with-sam-tripoli-howie-dewey-and-chris-neff/id1551870411My stuff: @dannypalmernyc @thedannypalmershowSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/thedannypalmershow)

Citizen Science
Sharing Citizen Science

Citizen Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 19:48


In this episode of Citizen Science, we share stories from citizen science volunteers about how they share citizen science with others, and about how they got involved in citizen science themselves. We speak with a school teacher in Texas, an astrophysics graduate student in India, a Girl Scout troop leader in Virginia and a college professor in Upstate New York.   Projects discussed in this podcast:   iNaturalist Ant Picnic Globe at Night Disk Detective Clean Water Hub   Download a transcript of the episode.

The Viti+Culture Podcast
S2 - EP0024v2 - Wine Reads - Welcome to Our New Segment

The Viti+Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 23:59


If you like this podcast, please be sure to rate us 5 stars in Apple podcasts and like our videos on YouTube.  Sorry for the misfire - harvest got me out of practice!Episode 0024:Wine Reads – November 18, 2021Welcome back to Viti+Culture, and welcome to season 2.  It’s been a few weeks since our last podcast, but here we are, rested and ready to deliver some great content.  Harvest is finally over, a few fermentations remain bubbling away, the cellar is cleaned, our equipment is winterized, and we are moving into our next phase of cellar work - stabalizing and bottling sparkling wine, preparing to bottle our early release wines like our Cabernet Franc Rose, our White Merlot, and some of our Chenin Blanc, and finally disgorging some of our sparkling wines, such as our 2017 and 2019 Chardonnay based Blanc de Blanc, and Chenin Blanc.  I’ll keep you updated as to what winemakers are experiencing in the cellar as we move forward with season, and key you in to some of the winemaking decisions we have along the way.We are also launching a new segment - Wine Reads - where we choose an article from the world of written content on wine, read it on the show, and share our thoughts and opinions on the topic.  If you’re a wine writer, feel free to forward me an article for consideration at viticulturepodcast@gmail.com.  I’m happy to look it over, and maybe even discuss it with you on the show.  We will continue to produce and publish our long-form interviews on YouTube, but some of the shorter content will be podcast and Substack only, so make sure you’ve clicked subscribe in your favorite podcast platform, and sign up to our Substack newsletter.  For our first Wine Read, I figured I’d actually reflect on the 2021 vintage by reading the letter I’m preparing to send out to our Missick Cellars Wine Club.  I’m excited to be shipping out the first Finger Lakes produced Sparkling Chenin Blanc with that shipment, as well as some other really cool small lot wines, but I also generally engage with our members by sharing some of my deepest thoughts, and letting them know what is going on in the cellar.  Here’s a sneak preview of the vintage, an audio taste of our wine club, and a survey of what the final tally of the 2021 vintage felt like. Remember, if you like this podcast, please be sure to rate us 5 stars in Apple podcasts and like our videos on YouTube.  It really helps with the ratings and in introducing new folks to the show.  Be sure to tune in next week, where I speak with Phil Plummer, winemaker at Montezuma, Idol Ridge, and Fossenvue wineries.  Phil embraces the ethos of our show, those of the philosopher-maker, and intertwines culture, art, history, and music in some subtle, and not so subtle ways, into each of his wines.   So, here we go, our 2021 Missick Cellars Wine Club Newsletter:Dear Wine Club Member,                                                        When I was deployed as a soldier in the Army with Operation Iraqi Freedom, every few months we were able to take an R&R day, and head down to the large U.S. base in Kuwait on the coast of the Persian Gulf called Camp Doha.  Camp Doha had a PX (post exchange) that was both sized and filled with the inventory of a Super Walmart.  It was where we could stock up on nearly everything we needed, or wanted, to get us through the long weeks back at our small desert outposts.  Camp Doha also had a Starbucks and a Burger King, all of which brought a sense of normalcy, but also a little bit of cognitive dissonance.  I remember browsing those location oriented Starbucks mugs while waiting in line that list the city you are in, and looking at the one with Kuwait City and the skyline depicted.  I wish I would have bought one as a memento.  The pearl of Camp Doha in those days however, was a place called the Marble Palace.  It was a short bus ride from camp, and had a large recreational pool adjacent to the Gulf, there were therapeutic masseuses, and in many ways, offered everything you could find at a luxury resort.  It was, for a day, potentially overnight if you had some other business to attend to, a respite from the dusty tents we slept in, the day to day monotony of my job as a Signal Corps non-commissioned officer, guard tower shifts in 110 degree temperatures, and hours spent sitting under the skud bunkers scattered all throughout my home camp with a battle buddy, talking about home.  Harvest certainly does not carry the emotional intensity or gravity of deployment, I would not sell our servicemembers short by drawing a straight line between the experience of deployment and the intensity of the harvest or the crush pad.  There are analogies though, and in many ways, the pace of harvest rarely allows for the periods of pause and contemplation that a deployment permits.  Nonetheless, as harvest approaches, the mind prepares for what you know will be extremely long days, endless physicality, isolation from family and friends (outside the wine industry), discomfort, and exhaustion.  Similarly, it provides a purpose, a mission, with goals that must be accomplished, in specific periods of time with little room for error.  The elements of weather, of available resources, the risk of physical danger around powerful equipment if you’re careless or thoughtless, and the knowledge that there is an end date, all provide a very similar psychological framework to that the soldier experiences.  You have set out on a path, the end goal is known, there will be surprises and challenges, but at the end of this period, victory is in sight.I recalled my time at the Marble Palace, a place I hadn’t thought about in years, after returning home for the first time in what felt like weeks (though it had only been a few days), to spend an entire day and night with my family.  It was mid-October, about half-way through crush, and having the chance to push Andrew and Audrey on the swing-set in the backyard, sharing dinner at the table with the family, and having my wife Laure massage my shoulders that night made home feel like the R&R I had been craving.  I particularly enjoy pairing our wines with meals during harvest.  It puts a perspective on the hard work we are presently enmeshed in, and opening the time capsules of vintages past during dinner with the family, ties moments of our past to moments of the present, even as we all sacrifice and work for the future that is gurgling away through its fermentation in the cellar.   Perhaps the moments from my deployment were fresh with me this year after what we witnessed in Afghanistan in August, and during which I spent countless hours speaking with other veterans and checking in on friends that I knew had spent years of their life in that country.  Perhaps it was because we were shorter on cellar staff this year than in years’ past, placing extra burdens and extra work on myself and my assistant.  Maybe it was simply because I see my children growing so fast and am realizing how quickly time goes with every year we gather around the table to watch them blow out that additional candle on the cake.  And finally, it may have been because this was such a difficult harvest, where extra vineyard work coupled with crucial picking decisions dictated the quality of the wine that was made, and with our first year of a significant harvest from our estate vineyard, I felt an enormous amount of pressure to deliver the best possible effort to everyone who enjoys our wine.  2021 was our most difficult vintage since 2018.  As with 2018, moisture was the catalyst for a lot of stress on vineyard crews this vintage.  The heavy rainfall, high temperatures, and high dewpoints which kept vineyard canopies and clusters too wet for too long in 2018, had analogs for all of us who farm grapes in the Finger Lakes this year.  Granted, temperatures were not as high as three years ago, and dewpoints were not as deleterious, the rain proved a difficulty that we had to navigate around.  There were indeed some much needed breaks, three or four days here, maybe a week there, but from August through the end of October, the rain fell, and we needed to be cognizant of when it was falling.Though 2021 wasn’t our largest harvest, between our own wines and some custom crush projects, we processed nearly 70 tons of fruit, with about 6 tons coming from our own vineyard.  We managed an incredibly clean harvest of Chenin Blanc, Riesling and Cabernet Franc, with multiple passes in the Riesling in order to produce some different styles of estate wines, from sparkling to still.  Our vineyard, planted in 2019, is in what is called its third leaf, in other words, its third growing season.  The third leaf is generally when you can expect to get your first real crop, with an expansion of yield occurring in the following vintages.  Of course, yield is not the most important aspect.  The vineyard must be balanced, producing enough fruit to match the energy output of the vine, but not so much that you stress the vine or dilute the concentration of flavors that a vineyard can deliver.In addition, we worked with our traditional growing partners at Gibson Vineyard and Morris Vineyard, to bring in varietals like Seyval Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Valvin Muscat, and some other hybrids that will go into our Foreword series.  Although we have a significant amount of wine still fermenting, I must share with you that I am more proud of this vintage than nearly any in the last 10 years.  There are vintages that naturally make great wines.  The weather is perfect from April to November, harvest happens on your schedule and not based on the risk of rain, and every piece of equipment cooperates fully with no downtime or repairs required.  I think of vintages like 2012, 2016, and 2020, where a winemaker can only get in the way of making good wine.  Nature gave us great, clean and ripe fruit, and we need only fulfill its promise.  Vintages like 2021 require inordinate amounts of attention to detail, a willingness to sacrifice bad fruit in the vineyard in order to make good wine in the cellar, a dedication and time commitment unparalleled in many other fields, and a drive that overlooks exhaustion, lack of sleep, and sore muscles.  Those ingredients have added up to what amounts to be the proof of work, required in challenging wine regions like the Finger Lakes, and years like 2021, that deliver high quality, deliciousness, and inspiration even under trying circumstances.  These are the vintages that prove the mettle of the winemaker.  2021 will be a vintage that I believe will deliver some of our best sparkling wines.  On their way in the years to come will be a small lot of estate Chenin Blanc, Cab Franc Rose, Chardonnay based Blanc de Blanc, Estate Riesling, and Gewurztraminer.  Our sparkling wine program has continued to grow and witness strong sales, and we are responding by increasing production with the focused goal of being known as one of the great sparkling wine producers in the region and the U.S.In other areas of “winery life,” our brand change continues moving ahead.  New signage should be up by the spring, and new labels showing up on shelves in Upstate New York retailers.  Our new labels shipped in October, and we began labelling wines as quickly as we could.  Our new labels speak to our place, with the shoreline of Seneca Lake outside our cellar presenting the background frame for where we are, our new logo, as discussed in our previous letters playing a prominent role, and each wine now suggesting a specific food and wine pairing.  Of course, these are only my opinions, but I welcome you to try them out and send me your suggestions as well!I generally try to make our Fall Wine Club shipment focused on wines that I think will pair well for Thanksgiving, and so with that backdrop, each of these wines will be on our Thanksgiving table, paired perfectly with all of the classic accoutrements of my favorite holiday.  2020 Sparkling Chenin BlancI’ve mentioned in the past that we have been pioneering Chenin Blanc in the Finger Lakes since 2015, when we engaged in our first contract planting of the varietal at the Gibson Vineyard.  The logic was pretty simple… I love Loire Valley wines.  The Loire, being a cool climate growing region in France, famously grows Cabernet Franc and Chenin Blanc.  One of the most premiere subregions in the Loire Valley, is Vouvray.  What is wonderful about Vouvray wines, is that so many different wine styles can emerge from them.  From dry crisp whites, to sparkling, to wonderfully rich and sweet styles, Chenin Blanc from Vouvray exhibits an amazing amount of versatility.  Knowing that the Finger Lakes can have such variable vintages, with there being a necessity to alter the styles of wine depending upon what the year gives us, combined with the fact that Cabernet Franc is, in my opinion, our premiere red varietal, planting Chenin Blanc just made sense to me.  We garnered our first harvest in 2017, making only a few dozen cases.  We have continued exploring the varietal, planting our estate block, and making a wide range of Chenin Blanc wines.  This spring, I hope to release our 2020 barrel fermented dry Chenin Blanc, alongside our 2021 estate Chenin Blanc which was fermented in stainless steel and finished with a touch of sweetness.  In the meantime, I’m extremely excited to share this first, Wine Club disgorgement of our 2020 Chenin Blanc.We began producing sparkling Chenin Blanc in 2019, but that wine remains in tirage, resting on its lees in bottle, with an anticipated disgorgement in 2023.  Only 50 cases were made in 2019, and with its level of acidity, it will need time to grow into its full potential.  2020, being a beautiful and ripe vintage, also managed to deliver to us some exhilarating and fresh sparkling wine bases.  Our 2020 Sparkling Chenin is technically an early disgorgement.  Most of the 100+ cases will be disgorged at a later date, but with the profile of this wine showing such elegance, I wanted to disgorge a special lot for our wine club members to enjoy this holiday season.  Just prior to harvest, we disgorged 30 cases, removing the spent yeast sediment and finishing the wine with a small dosage of a few grams of residual sugar.  This sparkling wine is still dry, but accentuates the wonderful fruit that comes from Chenin Blanc from the Gibson Vineyard.  Rather than topping the bottle with a Champagne cork, we opted to use a stainless steel crown cap.  Most of the time, when I use cork on sparkling wine, I will let the wine sit in the cellar for up to 6 months before release.  It can take quite a bit of time to allow the cork to cease its propensity to expand.  Trying to open a sparkling wine that has just been corked is nearly impossible, and can be dangerous if it is tried with a corkscrew due to the pressure inside.  Opening with a bottle opener isn’t as exhilarating as popping a cork, but I assure you, it has no impact on the quality.  It also means, you won’t have a problem opening it on Thanksgiving, should you want to share it with family and friends.  Produced in the classic traditional method, the base wine was picked slightly early, fermented to dryness, and chaptalized with 24 grams per liter of sugar prior to bottling with a yeast culture.  The wine then went through its bottle fermentation and aged for around a year on the lees in the bottle prior to disgorgement.  This is the first sparkling Chenin Blanc ever produced and released in the Finger Lakes, and we managed such a small disgorgement in order to ensure that our Wine Club members received the first chance at tasting the “unicorn” wine.  It has actually been one of the fun benefits of having the only two plantings of Chenin Blanc in the Finger Lakes, since ever demi sec, barrel fermented, sparkling, and dessert Chenin will inevitably be the first ones ever produced and released.  My hunch is, given some time and the opportunity to taste what these wines can do, we’ll start seeing more and more plantings of the varietal in the region.  When that happens, you’ll be able to say you joined us in this journey before anyone else.  2019 Morris Vineyard RieslingAs you may know, my philosophy on Riesling is to treat it with utmost care, producing dozens of small lots from which I can later blend our mainline Dry Riesling and Riesling.  I do that because I see these two wines as the canvas upon which I paint my view of that vintage through this varietal.  Fermenting in small lots, in different mediums with different yeast cultures, provides the color palette from which we can paint these pictures.  It is from these small lots that some exciting single vineyard, or specifically designated wines come from.  Our 2019 Morris Vineyard Riesling is no exception.  An incredibly small lot of 22.5 cases, this bottling represents a single barrel of Riesling which exhibited such immense appeal to me, that I wanted to be able to share it with our wine club.  Fermented in a ten year old barrel that delivered little to no oak flavor influence, this wine was uninoculated.  In other words, no commercial yeast culture was added to this wine, rather, only ambient yeasts converted the sugars in this wine to alcohol.  The Australians have a term for these wines - ferrell ferments.  Ferrell, referring to the fact that the fermentations are wild, are characterized by their lack of intervention from the winemaker.  Interestingly, it also means that there likely wasn’t a single yeast culture that fermented the wine, but rather, numerous different cultures that rose and fell in dominance depending on the conditions of the wine, i.e., the alcohol, nutrient load, etc., at any given time.  It was our job to merely produce fresh clean wines with as light of a hand as possible.  Consequently, after fermentation, the wine was allowed to rest on its lees (spent yeast) until March of 2020, when it received a small dose of sulfur to prevent oxidation.  It was removed from the barrel in June of 2020, and bottled in July.  We allowed the wine to cellar in a temperature controlled room until this shipment and its release.  In ten years, we have likely released more than 50 Rieslings.  Some vintages have seen as many as 8 different bottlings of the varietal.  Of all these different wines, this specific bottling is likely my favorite bottling of still Riesling to date.  Although dry, it provides generous fruit and balanced, but bright, acidity.  It is a perfect food pairing wine, and will be an excellent accompaniment for Thanksgiving Dinner. 2018 Cabernet FrancOf all the wines I produce, if there is one that my wife will most frequently ask me to grab for dinner from the winery, it will be one of my Cabernet Francs.  She loves them, and she also loves the variability they provide vintage after vintage.  Our 2017 Cabernet Franc, with a bright and sunny fall, but coming from a slightly larger crop, was refreshing and light with prominent notes of cherry and raspberry.  It has been the kind of wine enjoyed with a meal, and just as often, with some chocolate and television, relaxing after we have put the kids to bed.  Our 2018 is a much deeper wine, with slightly more pronounced tannin, richer color, and complement of herbs to match the fruit.  It’s richer texture can carry fattier meats, and pairs just as well with game.  It has become the new favorite around our house, and it is wine I am thrilled to be releasing shortly.  As with the other wines in this shipment, Wine Club members are getting the first tastes of these exciting new releases.When it comes to producing red wines, I do engage in some slightly different cellar practices than many of my other colleagues in the Finger Lakes.  I have mentioned many times before, but saignee is a French word for “the bleed.”  This practice involves removing portions of juice from a red wine fermentation before the fermentation has begun.  The goal of this technique is to naturally increase the skin to juice ratio of the red wine fermentation, thereby increasing the availability of anthocyanins and tannins.  Anthocyanins are the red color molecule that gives red wine its color, and so by increasing the availability of this molecule in the fermentation, I am able to produce deeper color red wines.  Additionally, increasing the tannin naturally provides more bonding points for the color, and adds structure to the wine.  All of this is in the backdrop of understanding that berry size tends to be much larger in the Finger Lakes, due to the amount of rainfall we receive.  Saignee provides the winemaker with a natural tool to make deeper, more structured red wines, while also making some pretty delicious rose from that initial “bleed.”  Finally, there is an impact on the acidity of the wine.  Grape skins contain potassium, and potassium can help precipitate tartaric acid during the fermentation, naturally lowering the level of acid and increasing the pH of the wine. If you like this podcast, please be sure to rate us 5 stars in Apple podcasts and like our videos on YouTube.  It really helps with the ratings and in introducing new folks to the show. Get full access to The Viti+Culture Podcast Newsletter at viticulturepodcast.substack.com/subscribe

IT'S GOING DOWN
This Is America #153: Mobile Home Residents Fight Evictions in Upstate New York; Analysis of Charlottesville & Rittenhouse Trials

IT'S GOING DOWN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 64:33


Welcome, to This Is America, November 20th, 2021. On this episode, first we speak with the resident of a mobile home park in upstate New York, about how they are organizing to push back against a landlord who is trying to evict them. From slave patrols to bounties for murdered Natives, from the KKK to... Read Full Article

The 46 of 46 Podcast
101.) From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks eBook

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 11:51


I am thrilled to announce on this episode what I have been working on over the past couple of months. I have taken a lot of the information given throughout the 100 episodes of the 46 of 46 Podcast and written an eBook called "From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks" and it's available for purchase today at www.46of46.com. Click on the eBook tab. This book will help guide hikers on their journey from one to 46. Pick up a copy today or recomend it to a friend who is going through their 46'er journey.Pick up my new 140+ page High Peaks eBook, "From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks". Available now at www.46of46.com. Click on the eBook tab and download to your phone or tablet. Kindle users can download via the Kindle App Store.If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

The Roundtable
"Back Dirt: A Murder on Skis Mystery" by Phil Bayly

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 13:37


Former WNYT anchor-turned-author, Phil Bayly has just released his third novel titled "Back Dirt: A Murder on Skis Mystery." A cold case killing brings Colorado police to Upstate New York. Is the crime connected to the murder of an archaeologist in the Adirondacks? Will the bloodshed benefit plans at the Battle Ax Ski Resort?

The Basketball Podcast
Episode 190: Ulric Maligi, Adrian Autry and Joel Justus, Assistant Coach Summit

The Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 74:39


Guest: Ulric Maligi, Adrian Autry and Joel Justus In this week's coaching conversation, three power five assistant coaches, Ulric Maligi, Joel Justus and Adrian Autry join the Basketball Podcast to discuss roles, responsibilities and being the best assistant basketball coach you can be. Adrian Autry Adrian Autry returned to his alma mater Syracuse when he was named an assistant coach prior to the 2011-12 season. In March of 2017, Autry was promoted to associate head coach. Autry embarked on a coaching career in January 2006 when he was hired as associate head coach at Bishop Ireton Catholic High School (Va.). He became AAU basketball coach with Nova United in April 2006, leading the 14-Under team and then the 15-Under squad. In September 2007, he became assistant basketball coach at Paul VI High School (Va.). He was named an assistant coach on the AAU Triple Threat squad, working with the 17-Under team, in 2008. He moved into the collegiate ranks in 2008 when he was hired by then-head coach Seth Greenburg as director of basketball operations at Virginia Tech. He was later promoted to an assistant coach post. Autry started 116-of-121 games in four seasons with the Orange, a stretch that began in 1990 and ended in 1994. Autry still ranks fifth in career assists (631) and sixth in career steals (217) at Syracuse. Autry has strong, deep ties in the Northeast, particularly in the DC area, Canada and Upstate New York. Among the players he's recruited include Chris McCullough, Tyler Ennis, Jerami Grant and a host of others. Joel Justus Joel Justus joined Arizona State's staff in May of 2021 after working the previous seven seasons at Kentucky, including the past five as the assistant coach. He previously worked as the director of analytics and as the special assistant to the head coach. Justus came to UK after serving as the head coach at Davidson Day High School in Davidson, North Carolina. In both years at the helm, he guided the Patriots to the Elite Eight in the state tournament. Prior to his time at Davidson Day, Justus served as the head boys' basketball coach at Woodberry Forest School in Woodberry, Virginia, from 2008-12. During his time at Woodberry Forest, he guided his team to the Virginia Prep League regular-season championship in 2010 while advancing to the Virginia Prep League championship game in consecutive years, a first in more than two decades. Justus has spent time in college basketball as an assistant coach at Elon University from 2004-08, where he helped guide the Phoenix to a Northern Division title in 2006 and the Southern Conference championship game in 2008. While at Kentucky, Justus played a significant role in their recruiting success, recruiting a number of five-star recruits, including Bam Adebayo, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Immanuel Quickley, Keldon Johnson and a host of others. Ulric Maligi An assistant coach under Chris Beard at Texas Tech for the previous two seasons, Ulric Maligi enters his first year as Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at The University of Texas. Maligi brings 14 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Texas staff. Maligi worked as the national scouting director for John Lucas Enterprises in Houston for one year (2015-16). He spent three seasons (2012-15) as an assistant coach under legendary college and NBA head coach Larry Brown at SMU. Maligi worked as an assistant coach at the University of Houston for two seasons (2010-12). Prior to his time at Houston, Maligi spent three seasons (2007-10) as an assistant coach at Stephen F. Austin. Maligi accepted the job of assistant coach at UTA for the 2006-07 season when he was 21 years old, making him the youngest Division I assistant coach in the country at the time. He began his coaching career as the head manager during his undergraduate time at Howard University. Maligi has made his mark as a recruiter at every coaching stop. His strong relationships in Texas have led to success there, but also nationally. Danuel House, Mac McClung and Yanick Moreria are just a few of the top players Maligi has recruited. Breakdown1:00 - Important Value to Bring to his Head Coach3:00 - Attraction of Hiring Someone6:00 - Mentorship12:00 - Experience in Overseas16:00 - Work-Life Balance21:00 - Their Challenges in Coaching 31:00 - Humility33:00 - Institutional Knowledge36:00 - Feedback39:00 - Five Love Languages44:00 - Deeper Connections48:00 - Disagreeing with your Head Coach56:00 - Traits to Consider for an Assitant Coach1:01:00 - Staffing1:05:00 - What Makes Them an Ideal Head Coach1:08:00 - Modern Coaching1:11:00 - ConclusionCoaches Bio:Adrian AutryBio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrian_AutryTwitter: https://twitter.com/coachredautry Joel JustusBio: https://thesundevils.com/sports/mens-basketball/roster/coaches/joel-justus/4539Twitter: https://twitter.com/asucoachjustus Ulric MaligiBio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulric_MaligiTwitter: https://twitter.com/Coach_Maligi Basketball ImmersionWebsite: http://basketballimmersion.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersionFacebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersionBetOnline Website:Website: www.betonline.agImmersion Videos:Check out all our all-access practice and specialty clinics: https://www.immersionvideos.com/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Taco the Town
Episode 147: THE MIXX! (w/ Dan Cohen & Sari Lowenstein)

Taco the Town

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 101:30


This week on T3 we review the tasty tacos at THE MIXX (with 2 KC Locations!!) Not to be confused with The Max (where the kids from SAVED BY THE BELL used to hang out after school) or The Miz (the WWE Wrestler!) Our special Taco Reviewer guests this week are KSHB 41 News Reporter DAN COHEN and returning guest Foodie & Photographer SARI LOWENSTEIN (@kcbysari on Instagram!) Dan tells us about the taco scene in New Jersey and Upstate New York! We also get into who has the best Buffalo style buffalo wings in KC (Al's in Parkville!) We also touch upon how everyones Halloween was and if our guests have hit the Cider Mill yet this Fall! Sari tells us about a great new food spot in OP and we also talk TOUCHE' THE NIGHT CLUB! ALSO: Don't miss Dan reliving his first IN-A-TUB TACO Experience and Sari waxes poetically about CORN NUGGETS! In the TACO TICKER: We taco 'bout Taco Bell's STEAL-A-BASE STEAL-A-TACO promotion (Did you get your free taco?), Taco Bell's new CANTINA CRISPY MELT TACO, CHIPOTLE Introducing Biscuit to their menu and announcing they are going to introduce a new Chicken style to their menu! We also tackle the Tik Tok Tale about a Woman's Disastrous Date involving a strange man with no car, no money and a trip through the Taco Bell Drive Thru! In TOWN OF THE TACO, we discuss the BEST/WORST THINGS ABOUT KC and we hit the dance floor to get to the bottom of KC Dance Clubs and FUNKYTOWN! ALL THIS AND: Is the side we ordered Mashed Black Beans, Bean dip or Bean Soup? Former Taco The Town Guests Daisha Jones and Greg Payne's Wedding! Will there be dance battles on the dance floor between Channel 41 and Channel 5 On Air News Personalities? And in RANDOM TACO QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK WE ASK: What's something you wouldn't eat as a kid that you eat all time now? AND Would you drink a cup of coffee from Taco Bell? (TACO FLAVORED CREAMER ANYONE?) GET IN THE MIXX WITH T3!!! Editor: MATT ALLEN. Music: SUNEATERS courtesy of Lotuspool Records. 

The Laura Flanders Show
F-Word: What Does It Take to Imagine the Future? Ask a Nic Unit Nurse

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 4:01


The F-Word is released bi-weekly featuring timely commentaries by Laura Flanders and guests."Changing the Future with India Walton... Buffalo drew attention this election season after first-time candidate, long-time activist, India Walton won the Democratic primary, positioning her to become this Democratic city's first African American woman and first Democratic Socialist mayor."Flex your media muscles, become a monthly sustaining member for $3, $5, $12 

Sword and Pen
Mike Haynie: National Veterans Resource Center

Sword and Pen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 21:49


In this episode of Sword and Pen, Mike Haynie, founder and executive director of the Institute for Military Veterans, proudly announces the grand opening of the new National Veterans Resource Center on the campus of Syracuse University in Upstate New York. The sole purpose of the IVMF and the NVRC is to advance the social, economic education and policy concerns of this country's veterans and their families. The resources are free and available to all veterans, including our MVJ members. Haynie also talks about the Military Visual Journalism Program for active duty service members. Video: A look inside the new The National Veterans Resource Center Website links: Institute for Veterans & Military Families | Military Visual Journalism Program Sword and Pen is brought to you by co-hosts Lori King and Drew Lawrence Got an idea for a podcast? Shoot us an email at lorikingblog@gmail.com and drew@mvj.network

The Roundtable
Empire State Youth Orchestra returns to live performance and welcomes first Director of Education

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 15:46


The Empire State Youth Orchestra (ESYO) is known regionally and nationally as a premiere performance institution for young musicians living in Upstate New York and Western New England. They have now returned to rehearsals for the 2021-2022 Season.

Field Recordings
Kayaking with loons, Adirondack mountains, Upstate New York, USA in August – by Sean Johnson

Field Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 4:34


“I was in the Adirondack mountains paddling my kayak with my recorder and came across a loon and it's young. The wheezing in the beginning is the young loon breathing. It was […]

The 46 of 46 Podcast
99.) Summit Sessions #30: ADK Backcountry Hunting with Author & Professional Archer Todd Mead

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 51:25


Summer is over and that means the crisp Fall air is upon us. For some that means pumpkin spice and flannel shirts, for others that means it's time to get in the woods and fill the freezer for the winter. It's hunting season.As a lover of all things Adirondacks and all things outdoors I am excited for hunting season because hunting and hiking have a lot of similarities. Putting on many miles deep in the backcountry in search of adventure, climbing mountains, interacting with nature, becoming one with nature. It's not surprising that so many hunters love to hike and hikers love to hunt. Since this weekend kicks off the rifle season I thought, "why not do another episode about hunting in the Adirondacks"? This week I have author, professional archer, and ADK native Todd Mead on to talk all about the nuances of deer hunting in the "dismal wilderness" that is the Adirondack Park and just how much effort in the backcountry goes into finding deer in such a large and dense space like this 6-million acre state park known as the ADK. Whether you're a hunter or not I think you'll continue to appreciate just how unique the outdoors in the Adirondack Park is from my conversation with Todd.Todd's website is www.toddmead.com where you can pick up his latest book, "Pursuing Public Land Bucks"If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

Design Voice Podcast
#70 Architect Led Design Build with Stacie Wong, GLUCK+

Design Voice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 46:13


Stacie Wong is a Principal at GLUCK+. Named by Fast Company as a top 10 most innovative companies in architecture, the firm is recognized for Architect Led Design Build. Stacie's considerable design and construction experience began 26 years ago with the Yale Building Project's design-build of a single-family residence in New Haven. Ever since, she has been involved in educational, commercial and residential work across the United States. Stacie brings expertise in leading strategic planning, research, programming, and community stakeholder engagement with private and public institutional clients, as well as stewarding the design and construction for the successful completion of many technically complex projects. She has been an advocate for architects' involvement in construction to increase their agency in the building process and impact on the design of the physical environment, including features in Metropolis Magazine, Wallpaper* and Architectural Design (UK). Notable award-winning projects include ONStage at Kaufman Astoria Studios in New York City, Pilkey Lab, a LEED Gold science research building for Duke University Marine Laboratory on their coastal campus; Artist Retreat in Upstate New York; and The East Harlem School in New York City. Current projects in progress include Van Sinderen Plaza, affordable housing in East New York and City Seminary of New York's campus in Harlem. Stacie received her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley and a Master of Architecture from Yale University.   In this episode we talk about: Stacie's desire to become a complete architect, and know how a building actually gets put together, led to her interest in design-build projects How GLUCK+ scaled up its design-build work to include both single-family residences and public institutional work Stacie's experience working as a Superintendent on a construction site Advice for emerging professionals on navigating construction sites and Construction Administration  Why there's no shame in not knowing everything, and the best way to learn How GLUCK+ is set up so everyone works on both the design and construction side Why there is less liability in design-build than people may think - We want to hear from you! Please send your feedback to hello@designvoicepodcast.com and follow the show on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/designvoicepodcast.

Pharmacy Podcast Network
Leadership During a Pandemic – How Women in Pharmacy Have Come to the Rescue | The Public Health Pharmacist Podcast

Pharmacy Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 39:45


What Does Public Health Mean to you?  Public health (pharmacy) means improving the health of the population through the use of medicines and - more importantly - pharmacy services. Bio Helen E. McKnight graduated from University of Florida with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at University of Maryland Medical System. She has been a pharmacist for 25+ years. Her current role is Director of Pharmacy Services at Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama. Prior to moving to Alabama, Dr. McKnight practiced Pharmacy in South Florida and Upstate New York. She has been fortunate to be part of the American Society of Health System Pharmacists “Leading Edge” and ASHP Foundation “Pharmacy Leadership Academy” programs. In 2016, Dr. McKnight completed her MBA with an emphasis in Healthcare Management from New England College in New Hampshire. In 2019, Dr McKnight became the first Alabama pharmacist to pass the Board of Pharmacy Specialties-Compounded Sterile Preparations exam. Dr. McKnight enjoys traveling with her husband and teenage son. Social Media LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/helen-mcknight-pharmd-mba-bcscp-b0a930bb/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Buttonista
When The Heels Came Off

The Buttonista

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 41:20


Thank God It's Tuesday! Grab your coffee and a big, fat bottle of Essentia Water and detox with the Buttonista as we head into another week of fall in Upstate New York. This week, wedding weekend is deconstructed, a new type of honeymoon is invented on the spot and playoff sports play a consistent role in recent activities and the future outlook on life.Nobody Asked Me, But.... (0:13)Water sponsor prayers answered by Essentia Water (1:35)The Buttonista's new uniform (2:15)Recapping a weekend full of weddings (3:53)Confessions from a partygoer on breaking an important wedding etiquette rule (5:08)Closing the loop on the shapewear situation (8:10)Honeymoons for wedding guests (16:49)The Buttonista Wears Red (19:45)Kim Kardashian West on SNL (22:35)David Ortiz is the official role model for life moving forward (31:20)What's coming up on Two Buttons Deep (36:15)Presented by Miller Lite.

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast
Benjamin Nowak talks big water Smallmouth Bass Fishing

The SmallmouthCrush Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 57:59


GET 15% OFF ALL YOUR TACKLE HERE! The Reel Shot Tackle Store -https://bit.ly/2YtVLRLSMALLMOUTHCRUSHUSE CODE SMALLMOUTHCRUSH15 for 15% your order! Get your MONSTERBASS Here!https://bit.ly/CushMonsterBassCatching trophy smallmouth bass on a consistent basis can be a challenge.  So many techniques and so many different patterns can sometimes make it confusing where to start when targeting smallmouth bass.  Each Sunday join Travis Manson as he interviews guests who are at the top of their game when it comes to catching smallmouth bass.Season 1 Episode 41 Travis talks with Benjamin Nowak.  He discusses fishing some of his favorite bodies of water in Michigan and goes into great details some of his tricks he uses.Follow Benjamin Nowak on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/brnowak_fishing/Check out his Website here! https://www.brnowakfishing.com/His Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/benjaminnowak10Follow us on Instagram @SmallmouthCrush https://www.instagram.com/smallmouthcrush/Follow The Bass Lab Tackle Freak Himself Epic Eric @epicericoffical https://www.instagram.com/epicericofficial/WOW CHECK THIS OUT!! Special LIVE Show every month for Patreons!  Join my Patreon to get access to a special live show once a month!https://www.patreon.com/smallmouthcrushGet your SmallmouthCrush Merchandise Here! Still have plenty of Buffs in stock and you can get 2 buffs for $13.00 Shipped Today! https://bit.ly/SmallmouthCrushStoreAre you interested in booking a One on One session with SmallmouthCrush?  Now you can set up a personal Online meeting to talk anything fishing related.  Do you want to talk about how to search for fish on your body of water or perhaps you have a tournament coming up on a specific body of water that you want to break down.  This is the place to get all your questions answered!https://bit.ly/CRUSHOneOnOneClick here to SUBSCRIBE to my channel:http://bit.ly/SmallmouthCrushYouTubeChannelMY GEAR! My Boat Dealer https://www.bowersmarine.com/My Nitro Boat https://www.nitro.com/My Mercury Engine https://www.mercurymarine.com/en/us/My Power Poles https://www.power-pole.com/My Charging System https://www.power-pole.com/chargeSt Croix Rods https://stcroixrods.link/smallmouthcrushGet your MONSTERBASS BOX USE CODE TRAVIS10 https://monsterbass.com/Gajo Baits https://www.gajobaits.com/GET ALL YOUR TACKLE HERE! USE CODE SMALLMOUTHCRUSH15 for 15% your order! https://bit.ly/2YtVLRLSMALLMOUTHCRUSHWho is SmallmouthCrush?Travis Manson was born and raised in Wisconsin. He started fishing from the bank at a young age and spent most of his childhood with a rod in his hand.  Travis is primarily a self-taught angler that is always learning and experiencing this amazing sport of fishing.  He started out fishing for walleyes and fishing in local walleye tournaments, but then in his mid 20's, he caught the BASS BUG and has been hooked ever since.  He competed at the highest level in bass fishing on the Bassmaster Elite Series for a number of years.  He is a full time fishing guide offering trips on the Chesapeake Bay for largemouth bass(year round) and trophy smallmouth bass guided trips in Upstate New York on Lake Ontario and the St Lawrence River. His Youtube Channel is named after his passion for the smallmouth bass and will be used as a platform for "how-to" videos, on the water instruction, crazy on and off the water topics on the day in the life of a fishing addict!  Hope you enjoy, and until next time we will see you on the water!#fishing #bassfishing #smallmouth #largemouth 

The Newest Olympian
5 | The Lightning Thief Ch. 7 w/ Dr. Moiya McTier

The Newest Olympian

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 60:34


Exolore host and mythological scholar Dr. Moiya McTier joins to lend her expertise and charm as Schubes continues to make his way through the Lightning Thief! Topics include: myth nerds, wall sandwiches, becoming one with the plumbing, genie questions, naiads, Misery Business, Destiny's Child, wisegirl, Upstate New York, Texas A&M rings, LIRR, The Dark Knight, wedding planning, Garden of Hesperides, the Apple of Discord, treemelter, game-winners, Central Jersey, brisket, Peter Johnson, and more!Thanks to our sponsor: SHAKER & SPOOON - get $20 off at shakerandspoon[dot]com/tno— Find The Newest Olympian Online —• Website: https://thenewestolympian.com• Patreon: https://thenewestolympian.com/patreon• Twitter: https://twitter.com/newestolympian• Instagram: https://instagram.com/newestolympian— Production —• Creator, Host, Producer, Social Media, Web Design: Mike Schubert (https://schub.es)• Editor: Sherry Guo• Music: Bettina Campomanes and Brandon Grugle• Art: Jessica E. Boyd

Bourbon Lens
143: Widow Jane Distillery - Lisa Wicker Brings Wine Expertise to Bourbon

Bourbon Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 66:55


We are joined by Widow Jane Distillery President and Head Distiller & Blender, Lisa Wicker. Her fingerprints have been left in many distilleries over the years and she's landed in her new home away from Kentucky, Widow Jane Distillery in Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY. We discuss two different bourbons with Lisa Wicker, including Widow Jane 10 Year (5 barrels, 6+ years, small batch, 91 proof) and Lucky Thirteen Bourbon (small batch, less than 10 barrels, 93 proof). You'll hear about Lisa's time in the wine industry and how she's made her mark in the bourbon world as well. About Widow Jane Distillery Widow Jane is an award-winning artisanal distillery located in the New York City neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn. The company is named in homage to one the legendary mines of Rosendale in Upstate New York, from which the brand sources its proofing water. Before becoming a natural reserve of extraordinary mineral water, the mines produced the natural cement used to construct some of the most iconic American landmarks, such as the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building, among others. The pure, limestone-filtered water from the mine, plus one of the country's largest holdings of long-aged Bourbons, and a refusal to compromise the product with chill-filtration, are just three elements that make Widow Jane a stand-out whiskey company. The facility in Red Hook includes warehousing, aging, barreling, blending and bottling. For more information, visit www.widowjane.com or find Widow Jane on Instagram @widow_jane About Lucky 13 Bourbon from Widow Jane Originally launched in 2020 as private barrel program, bourbon whiskey aged 13 years in American oak and bottled at 93 proof in hyper small batches.  LUCKY THIRTEEN is aged a very unique 13 years in American oak barrels hand-picked by Widow Jane President and Head Distiller Lisa Wicker and proofed with limestone-rich water from the legendary Rosendale Mines of NY. Initially released as a private-single-barrel program at a variety of proofs, LUCKY THIRTEEN will now be available exclusively at 93 proof (46.5% ABV) in hyper small batches, little more than a handful of barrels at a time, making this bourbon addition a unique expression of Widow Jane's signature intense, complex profile.  Widow Jane president and distiller Lisa Wicker notes that the blending process with these aged bourbons is fine and delicate, and that's what makes LUCKY THIRTEEN a real treat; well-aged bourbon in hyper small batches, and absolutely not chill filtered. The resulting whiskey has a rich mouthfeel and lingering finish. Said Wicker, “I see the ability to share really special expressions, like LUCKY THIRTEEN, with whiskey geeks and industry friends as one of the real gifts of this profession. As our stock of well-aged bourbon beyond 10 years continued to mature, we were able to match Lucky Thirteen to our signature blending process, consisting of bourbons from Kentucky, Tennessee, and Indiana. This was a very natural evolution for us, to make a rich, complex bourbon, while upping the ante in proof to 93, versus our 10 year bourbon's proof of 91.” LUCKY THIRTEEN will now be available year-round, though still in limited quantities. It will be made available in 750 ml bottles at a suggested retail price of $99.99. Links: Widow Jane Distillery Widow Jane 10 Year Bourbon Widow Jane Adds 13 Year Bourbon To Its Range Of Year Round Offerings Samson and Surrey Around Brooklyn: Widow Jane bourbon grows in popularity  This $150 bourbon is made with the same water that goes into New York bagels

The Ortho Show
Hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman – “Laser Show with Dr. Marc Pietropaoli”

The Ortho Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 23:34


We're pivoting back to telling the great stories of orthopedic surgeons for this episode. Marc Pietropaoli, MD is a brother from another orthopedic laser mother, as the one who turned Dr. Sigman onto utilizing laser as an alternative treatment modality for acute and chronic orthopedic conditions. We discuss how laser has changed their practice and impacting patients in a positive way. Dr. Pietropaoli is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, fellowship trained in sports medicine. He is recognized as one of the leading sports medicine and orthopedic surgeons in Upstate New York. As the founder of Victory Sports Medicine & Orthopedics in Skaneateles, NY, Dr. Pietropaoli has built an innovative clinical practice that is driven by outstanding customer service.   Topics include: -Dr. Pietropaoli's fellowship at The Andrews Institute and learning about the teamwork needed to optimize patient and athlete outcomes. -Dr. Pietropaoli influenced Dr. Sigman in utilizing laser in clinical practice. We discuss how lasers work on acute and chronic orthopedic conditions by decreasing inflammation, increasing blood flow to the area, inhibiting nerve fibers and stimulating the powerhouse cells of mitochondria. There are more and more studies coming out on lasers, along with a recommendation for laser therapy in the AAOS Guidelines for Osteoarthritis of the Knee released earlier this month. Lasers are listed in the AAOS guidelines as FDA-approved laser treatment may be used to improve pain and function in patients with knee osteoarthritis. The full AAOS Guidelines for Osteoarthritis of the Knee can be found here. Find out more about Dr. Marc Pietropaoli here. For MD's, click on the EARN CME link below to capture quick reflections on each learning & how it applies to your day-to-day to unlock a total of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CMEs.

The Buck Sexton Show
Fauci Is Not Done Harassing You

The Buck Sexton Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 30:16


Fauci says he would support an air travel vaccine mandate, Vax mandate resignation forces a hospital in Upstate New York to pause deliveries, Bush compares 9/11 and "domestic terror,:" and Bill Maher comments on the Black national anthem. Please subscribe to the podcast! And get more exclusive content from Buck at BuckSexton.com. Find Buck on: Twitter @BuckSexton   Facebook @BuckSexton  Instagram @BuckSexton  Email the Podcast: TeamBuck@IHeartMedia.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com