About SterenSteren is a Group Product Manager at Google Cloud. He is part of the serverless team, leading Cloud Run. He is also working on sustainability, leading the Google Cloud Carbon Footprint product.Steren is an engineer from École Centrale (France). Before joining Google, he was CTO of a startup building connected objects and multi device solutions.Links Referenced: previous episode: https://www.lastweekinaws.com/podcast/screaming-in-the-cloud/google-cloud-run-satisfaction-and-scalability-with-steren-giannini/ Google Cloud Region Picker: https://cloud.withgoogle.com/region-picker/ Google Cloud regions: https://cloud.google.com/sustainability/region-carbon TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. 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That's snark.cloud slash C-H-R-O-N-O-S-P-H-E-R-E.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friend EnterpriseDB. EnterpriseDB has been powering enterprise applications with PostgreSQL for 15 years. And now EnterpriseDB has you covered wherever you deploy PostgreSQL on-premises, private cloud, and they just announced a fully-managed service on AWS and Azure called BigAnimal, all one word. Don't leave managing your database to your cloud vendor because they're too busy launching another half-dozen managed databases to focus on any one of them that they didn't build themselves. Instead, work with the experts over at EnterpriseDB. They can save you time and money, they can even help you migrate legacy applications—including Oracle—to the cloud. To learn more, try BigAnimal for free. Go to biganimal.com/snark, and tell them Corey sent you.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. My guest today was recently on the show. Steren Giannini is the product lead for Google Cloud Run, and we talked about that in a previous episode. If you haven't listened to it, you might wish to go back and listen to it, but it's not a prerequisite for what we're about to talk about today. Because apparently Google still does it's 20% time, and one of the things that Steren decided to do—because, you know, everyone needs a hobby—you decided to go ahead and start the Google Cloud Carbon Footprint, which is—well, Steren, thanks for coming back. What the hell is that?Steren: Thanks for having me back on the show. So yes, we started with Cloud Carbon Footprint, and this is a product that now has launched publicly, available to every Google Cloud customer right out of the box of the Google Cloud Console.Corey: I should also point out, because people always wonder and it's the first thing I always check, yes, this one is free. I'm trying to imagine a scenario which you charge for this and I wasn't incensed by it, and I can't. So, good work, you aren't charging anything for it. Good job. Please continue.Steren: So, Google Cloud Carbon Footprint helps a Google Cloud customer understand and reduce their gross carbon emissions linked to their Google cloud usage. So yeah, what do we mean by carbon emission? Just so that we are all on the same page, these are the greenhouse gases that are emitted due to the activity of using Google Cloud that are notably responsible for climate change. And we report them in equivalent of carbon dioxide—CO2—and you know, the shortcut is just to say ‘carbon.' Corey: Now, I'm going to start with something relatively controversial. It's an opinion I have around this sort of thing. And I should also disclaim, I am not in any way, shape, or form, disputing the climate change as caused by humans is real. It is. If you don't believe that, please go listen to something else, maybe Infowars. I don't know and I don't care. I just don't want you around.Now, the problem that I have with this is, on some level, it feels like a cloud provider talking to its customers about their carbon footprint is, on some level, shifting the onus of responsibilities in some way away from the cloud provider and onto the customer. Now, I freely admit that this is a nuanced topic, but how do you view this?Steren: What I mentioned is that we are exposing to customer their gross carbon emissions, but what about their net carbon emissions? Well, Google Cloud customers, net operational carbon emissions are simply zero. Why? Because if you open Google's environmental report, you will see that Google is purchasing as much renewable energy globally for the year as it is using. So, that means that on a yearly basis worldwide, every kilowatt hour of electricity has been matched with renewable energy.And you know, this Google has been doing since 2017. Since 2007, Google was already matching its carbon footprint with carbon offsets. But 2017, Google went beyond and is matching the purchase of the electricity with renewable energy. So, in a sense, your net operational emissions are zero.Now, that's not sufficient for our customers. They have some reporting obligations; they need to know before this renewable matching, what were their gross emissions? And they also need to know what are their emissions coming from, not only the electricity usage, but maybe the data center or manufacturing. And this is all of what we expose in Google Cloud Carbon Footprint. They are before offset, before renewable energy matching.And you're right also to say that this is not only the customer's problem, and indeed, Google itself has set a goal to get to a hundred percent carbon-free electricity for every hour in every location. The big goal for 2030 is that at every hour, every location, the electricity comes from carbon-free sources. This is very ambitious and never done before, of course, at the scale of Google, but this is the next goal for Google.Corey: The challenge that I have—in the abstract—with cloud providers, more or less, shaming customers—not to say that's what you're doing here—about their carbon usage and their carbon footprint is, okay, I appreciate that this is everyone's problem, and yes, it is something that we should be focusing on extensively. The counterargument is that I don't recall ever getting a meeting invite to a Google or Amazon or Microsoft or Oracle negotiation with any of your power bills or power companies or power sourcing. I have no input whatsoever as a customer on those things. And, on some level, it's “Ooh, you're causing a particular amount of carbon to be used by your usage of these services.” Like, well, at some level, it feels like that is more of a you thing than a me thing.And I want to be clear, I'm speaking more in the abstract to the industry rather than the specifics of Google Cloud, not to unfairly put you in the position of having to speak for everyone.Steren: No, but you're right. If you were to do nothing, Google is constantly working hard to sign more power purchase agreements with some renewable energy sources or optimizing its data centers. Google Cloud data centers are one of the most optimized data centers in the industry with a power usage effectiveness of 1.1, which is basically saying that the energy that is used to power the facility over the energy used to actually power the server is 1.1. So, not that much loss in between.So, all of that to say, Google Cloud and Google are working very hard anyway to reduce Google Cloud's carbon footprints and the carbon footprint of Google Cloud customers. So, if you were to do nothing, the charts that you're seeing on Google Cloud Carbon Footprint should trend to zero. But in the meantime, you know, that's not the case, so that's why we show the data. And, like, many customers want to know or have the obligation to report on this data.Corey: One of the challenges that I see—and I believe this might even be related to the carbon footprint tool you have built out on top of Google Cloud—is when I am looking at… at where to place something—first, let me just say the region experience is wildly different than I'm used to with AWS. In the AWS universe, every region is basically its own island; it is very difficult to get a holistic view between regions. Google Cloud does not have that approach. There are advantages and disadvantages to both. I'm not passing any particular value judgment—for once—on this topic in this context. But where do I want to spin something up? And I have a dropdown of the regions that I can put it in. And some of these now have a green leaf next to them and others do not. I'm going to go out on a limb and assume you had a hand in this somewhere.Steren: Exactly. That's something I worked on with the team. So, you will see on the Google Cloud Console location selectors on the Google Cloud location page, on the Google Cloud documentation, you will see a small low CO2 indicator next to some regions. And this indicator is basically saying that this region meets some criteria of high carbon-free energy percentage or low grid carbon intensity. So, you don't need to go into the details; you just need to know that if you see this small leaf, that means that for a given workload, the emissions in that particular region will be way lower than on another region which doesn't have the leaf.Often at Google, when we do a change we A/B test it. We A/B tested those small low CO2 indicators because, you know, that's a console-wide change so we want to make sure that it's worth is. And well, it turns out that for people who were in the experiment—so people will be seeing the leaf—among new Google Cloud users, they were 50% more likely to pick a low-carbon region when the leaf was displayed. And among all users, it was 19%. So, you see how just by surfacing the information, we were able to significantly influence customers' behavior towards reducing their carbon emissions.And, you know, if you ask me, I think picking the cleanest region is probably one of the simplest action you can take—if possible, of course—to reduce your gross carbon emissions because, you know, they don't require to change your architecture or your infrastructure; it just requires you to make the right choice in the first place. And just by letting people know that some regions are emitting much less carbon than others we basically allow them to reduce their footprint.Corey: A question I have is that as you continue to move up the stack, one of the things that Google has done extraordinarily well is the global network. And we talked previously about how I run the snark.cloud URL shortener in Google Cloud. That is homed out of us-central1 as far as regions go. But given that thing is effectively stateless, it just talks to Google Sheets for its source of truth, but then just runs a Docker invocation on every request, cool, I can see a scenario in which that becomes much more of a global service.In other words, if you can run that in pops in every region around the world on some level, there is no downside, from my perspective, on doing that. What I'm wondering then, as a result of that, is as you start seeing the evolution of services becoming more and more global, instead of highly region-specific, does that change the way that we should be thinking potentially about carbon footprint and regional selection? Or is that too much of a niche edge case to really be top of radar right now?Steren: Oh, there are many things to talk about here. The first one is that you might be hinting at something that Google is already doing, which is location shifting of workloads in order to optimize power usage, and, you know of course, carbon emissions. So, Google itself is already doing that. For example, I guess, to process YouTube videos, that can be done, not necessarily right away and that can be done in the location in which, for example, the sun is shining. So, there are some very interesting things that can be done if you allow the workloads to be run in not necessarily a specific region.Now, that being said, I think there are many other things that people consider when they pick a region. First, well, maybe they have some data locality constraints, right? This is very much the case in European countries where the data must stay in a given region, by law. Second, well, maybe they care about the price. And as you probably know, [laugh] the price of cloud providers is not the same in every region.Corey: I've noticed that and in fact, I was going to get into that as our next transition, but you've just opened Pandora's Box early. It's great to have the carbon-friendly indicator next to the region, but I also want number of dollar signs next to it as well. Like in AWS-land, do you have the tier one regions where everything is the lowest price: us-east-1, us-west-2, and a few others escaped me from time to time, where Managed NAT Gateways are really expensive. And then you go under some others and they get even more expensive, somehow. Like, talk about pushing the bounds of cloud economics. It's astonishing to me.Steren: Yes. And so—Corey: Because I want that display, on some level—Steren: Exactly.Corey: —as a customer, in many cases.Steren: So, there is price, there is carbon, but of course, you know, if you are serving web requests, there is probably also latency that you care about, right? Even if—for example, Finland is very low carbon. You might not host your workloads in Finland if you want to serve US customers. So, in a sense, there are many dimensions to optimize when you pick a region. And I just sent you a link to something that I built, which is called Google Cloud Region Picker.It's basically a tool with three sliders. First one is carbon footprint; you tell us how much you care about that. Hopefully, you put it to the right. The second one is lower price. So, how much do you want the tool to optimize to lower your bill? And third one is latency, and then you tell us where your users are coming from and if you care about latency.Because some workloads are not subject to latency requirements. Like, if you do batch jobs, well, that doesn't serve a user request, so that can be done asynchronously at a later time or in a different place. And what this tool does is that it takes your inputs and it basically tells you which Google Cloud region is the best fit for you. And if you use it, you will see it has very small symbols like three dollars for the most expensive regions, one dollar for the least expensive ones, three leaves for the greenest regions, and zero leaves for the non-green one.Corey: This is awesome. I'm a little bit disappointed that I hadn't seen this before. This is a thing of beauty.Steren: Yeah. Again, done by me as a 20%. [laugh]. And, you know, the goal is to educate, like, of course, it's way more complex. Like, you know that price optimization is way more complex than a slider, but the goal of this tool is to educate and to give a first result. Like, okay, if you are in France and care about carbon, then go here. If you are in Oregon, go here. And so, many parameters that this tool help you optimize in a very simple way.Corey: One of the challenges I think I get into when I look at this across the board, is that you have a couple of very different ends on a confusing spectrum, by which I mean that one of the things I would care about from a region picker, for example, is there sufficient capacity in that region for the things I want to run. At my scale of things where right now on Google Cloud I run a persistent VM that hangs out all the time, and I run some Google Cloud Run stuff. Great. If you have capacity problems with either one of those, are you really a cloud?But then we have other folks who are spinning up tens or hundreds of thousands of a very particular instance type in a very specific region. That's the sort of thing that requires a bit more in the way of capacity planning and the rest. So, I have to imagine for those types of use cases, this tool is insufficient. The obvious reason, of course, if you're spinning up that much of anything, for God's sake, reach out and talk to your account manager before trying to do it willy-nilly but yes.Steren: That's exactly right. So, as I said, this tool is simplified tool to give, like, the vast majority of users a sense of where to put their workloads. But of course, if you're a very big enterprise customer who is going to sign a very big deal with Google Cloud, talk to your account manager because if you do need a lot of capacity, Google Cloud might need to plan for it. And not every regions have the same capacity and we are always working with our customers to make sure we direct them in the right place and have enough capacity. A real-life example of a very high profile Google Cloud customer was that they were selecting a region without knowing its carbon impact, and when we started to disclose the carbon characteristics of Google Cloud regions—which is another link we can send to the audience—this customer realized that the region they selected—you know, maybe because it was close to their user base—was really not the most carbon friendly.So, they decided to switch to another one. And if we take an example, if you take Las Vegas, it has a carbon-free energy percentage of 20%. So, that basically means that on average, 20% of the time, the electricity comes from carbon-free sources. If you are to move to Oregon, this same workload, Oregon has a carbon-free energy percentage of 90%. So, you can see how just by staying on the West Coast, moving from Las Vegas to Oregon, you have drastically reduced your carbon emissions. And your bill, by the way because it turns out Oregon is one of the cheapest Google Cloud Data Center. So, you see how just being aware of those numbers led some very important customers who care about sustainability to make some fundamental choices when it comes to the regions they select.Corey: I guess that leads to my big obvious question, where I wind up pulling up my own footprint in Google Cloud—again, I don't run much there—and apparently over the last year, I've had something on the order of two kilograms of carbon. Great. It feels like for this scale, I almost certainly burn more carbon than that just searching Google for carbon-related questions about where to place things. So, for my use case, this is entirely academic. You can almost run my workloads based upon, I don't know, burning baby seals or something, and the ecological footprint does not materially change.Then we go to the other extreme end of the spectrum with the hundreds of thousands of instances, where this stuff absolutely makes a significant and massive difference. My question is, when should people begin thinking about the carbon footprint of their cloud workload at what point of scale?Steren: So, as you said, a good order of magnitude is one transatlantic flight is a thousand kilogram of equivalent CO2. So, you see how just by flying once, you're already, like, completely overshadowing your Google Cloud carbon footprint. But that's because you are not using a lot of Google Cloud resources. Overall, you know, I think your question is basically the same as when should individuals try to optimize reducing their carbon footprint? And here I always recommend there are tons of things you can optimize.Start by the most impactful ones. And impactful means an action will have a lot of impact in reducing the footprint, but also the footprint reduction will be significant by itself. And two kilograms of CO2, yes indeed, it is very low, but if you start reaching out into the thousands of kilograms of CO2 that starts to represent, like, one flight, for example. So, you should definitely care about it. And as I said, some actions might be rather easy, like picking the right region might be something you can do pretty easily for your business and then you will see your carbon emissions being divided by, you know, sometimes five.This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Lambda Cloud. They offer GPU instances with pricing that's not only scads better than other cloud providers, but is also accessible and transparent. Also, check this out, they get a lot more granular in terms of what's available. AWS offers NVIDIA A100 GPUs on instances that only come in one size and cost $32/hour. Lambda offers instances that offer those GPUs as single card instances for $1.10/hour. That's 73% less per GPU. That doesn't require any long term commitments or predicting what your usage is gonna look like years down the road. So if you need GPUs, check out Lambda. In beta, they're offering 10TB of free storage and, this is key, data ingress and egress are both free. Check them out at lambdalabs.com/cloud. That's l-a-m-b-d-a-l-a-b-s.com/cloud.Corey: I want to challenge your assertion, incidentally. You say that I'm not using a whole lot of Google Cloud resources. I disagree. I use roughly a dozen different Google Cloud resources tied together for some of these things, but they're built on serverless design patterns, which means that they scale to nothing. I'm not sitting there with an idle VM—except that one—that is existing on a persistent basis.For example, I look at the things that show up on the top five list. Compute Engine is number one, Cloud Run, Cloud Logging, Cloud Storage, and App Engine are the rest that are currently being used. I think there's a significant untold story around the idea of building in a serverless way for climate purposes.Steren: Yes. So, maybe for those who are not aware of what you are seeing on the dashboard, so when you open this Google Cloud Carbon Footprint tool on the Cloud Console, you saw a breakdown of your yearly carbon footprint and monthly carbon footprint across a few dimensions. The first one is the regions because as we said, this matters a lot; like, the regions have a lot of impact. The second one are the month; of course, you can see over time, how you're trending. The third one is a concept called Google Cloud Project, which is, for those who are not aware, it's a way to group Google Cloud resources into buckets.And the third one is Google Cloud services. So, what you described here is, which of your services emits the most and therefore which ones should you optimize first? Like, again, to go back to impactful actions. And to your point, yes, it is very interesting that if you use products which auto-scale, basically, the carbon attributed to you, the customer, will really follow this auto-scaling behavior. Compare that to a virtual machine that is always on, burning some CPU for almost nothing because you have a server that doesn't process requests. That is wasting, in a sense, resources.So, what you describe here is very interesting, which is basically the most optimized products you're going to pick, the less waste you're going to have. Now, I also want to be careful because comparing one CPU hour of Cloud Run and one CPU hour of Compute Engine is not comparing apples to apples. Why? Because when you use Cloud Run, I'm not sure if you know, but you are using a regional product. So, a product which has built-in redundancy, which is safe in case of one zone going down in a region.But that means the Cloud Run infrastructure has to provision a little bit more machines than if it was a zonal product. While Compute Engine, your virtual machine lives in one zone and there is only one machine for you. So, you see how we should also be careful comparing products with other products because fundamentally, they are not offering the same value and they are not running on the same infrastructure. But overall, I think you are correct to say that, you know, avoiding waste, using auto-scaling products, is a good way to reduce your footprint.Corey: I do want to ask—and this is always a delicate topic because you're talking about cultural things—how much headwind did you have internally at Google when you had the idea to start exposing this? How difficult was it to bring this to fruition?Steren: I think we are lucky that our leadership cares about reducing carbon emissions and understood that our customers needed our help to understand their cloud emissions. Like, many customers before we had this tool, we're trying to some kind of estimate their cloud emissions. And it was—you know, Google Cloud was a black box for them. They did not have access to what you said, to some data that only Google has access to.And you know, to build that tool, we are using energy measurement of every machine in every data center. We are using, you know, customer-wide resource usage. And that is something that we use to divide the footprint among customers. So, there is some data used to compute those numbers that only Google Cloud has access to. And indeed, you're correct; it required some executive approval which we received because many of our leaders believe that, you know, this is the right thing to do, and this is helping customers towards the same goal as Google, which is being net-zero and carbon-free.Many of our customers have made some sustainability commitments, and they need our help to meet those goals. So yeah, we did receive approval, first to share the per-region characteristics. This was already, you know, a first in the industry where a cloud provider disclosed that not every region is equal and some are emitting more carbon than others. And second, another approval which was to disclose a per customer carbon footprint, which is broken down by service, project, region, using some, you know, if you touch a little bit on the methodology, you know, it uses energy consumption, resource usage, and carbon intensity coming from a partner of ours to compute, basically, a per customer footprint.Corey: My question for you is, on some level, given that Google is already committed to being net-zero across the board for all of its usage, why do customers care? Why should they care? Effectively, haven't you made that entirely something that is outside of their purview? You've solved the problem, either way.Steren: This is where we should explore it a bit more the kinds of carbon emissions that exist. For a customer, their emissions linked to the cloud usage is all considered the indirect emissions. This, in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Standard, this is called Scope 3. So, our Google Cloud emissions are the customers' Scope 3 emissions; they are all indirect for them. But those indirect emissions, what I mentioned as being net-zero are the emissions coming from electricity usage.So, to power those data centers, those data centers are located in certain electricity grids. Those electricity grids might be using energy sources that emit more or less carbon, right? Simply put, if in a given place, the electricity comes from coal, it will be emitting a lot of carbon compared to when electricity comes from solar, for example. So, you see how the location itself determines the carbon intensity. And these are the emissions coming from electricity usage, right?So, these are neutralized by Google purchasing as much renewable energy. But there are also types of emissions. For example, when a data center loses connection to the grid, we startup diesel generators. Those diesel generators will directly emit carbon. This is called Scope 1 emissions.And finally, there is the carbon emissions that are coming from the manufacturing of those servers, of those data centers. And this is called Scope 3 emissions. And the goal of Google is for the emissions coming from electricity to be always coming from carbon-free sources. So, this is a change that we've recently released to Google Cloud Carbon Footprint, which is now we also break down your emissions by scope. So, they are all Scope 3 for you, the customer, they are all indirect emissions for you, the customer, but now those indirect emissions, you can see how much is coming from diesel generators, how much is coming from electricity consumption, and how much is coming from manufacturing of the data center, and other, like, upstream, downstream activities. And yeah, overall, this is something that customers do need to report on.Corey: I think that's very fair. I do want to thank you for taking so much time to speak with me. And instead of the usual question I'd like to ask here of where can people go to find out more because we have a bunch of links for that, instead, I want to ask something a little bit different here, which is, what are the takeaways that customers or prospective customers should really have around their carbon footprint when it comes to cloud?Steren: So, I would recommend our audience to consider carbon emissions in your cloud infrastructure decisions. And my advice is, first, move to the cloud. Like, we've talked that Google Cloud has very well-optimized data centers. Like, your cloud gross carbon emissions are anyway going to be much lower than any on-premise carbon emissions. And by the way, if you use Google Cloud, your net operational emissions are zero.Second action is pick the region with the lowest carbon impact. Like we discussed that this is probably a low-effort action, if possible, that will have a lot of impact on your gross carbon emissions. And you know, if you want to go further, try to schedule those workloads when the electricity is the greenest, you know, when the sun is shining, the wind is blowing, for example, or try to schedule those workloads in regions which have the lowest impact. And yeah, Google Cloud gives you all the tools to do that, the tools to optimize your region selection, and the tools to report and reduce your gross carbon emissions. We haven't talked about it, but Google Cloud Carbon Footprint will even send you some proactive recommendations of things to do to reduce your emissions.For example, if you have a project, a machine that you forgotten, Google Cloud Carbon Footprint, will recommend you to delete it and we'll tell you how much carbon you would save by deleting it, as well as dollar, of course.Corey: It's funny because I feel like there's a definite alignment between my view of cloud economics and the carbon perspective on this, which is step one, everyone wins if you turn things off when you're not using them. What a concept. I sometimes try and take it too far of, ‘turn off all of production because your company's terrible.' Yeah, it turns out, that doesn't work super well. But the idea of step one, turn it off, especially when you're not using it. And if you're never using it, why would you want to pay for it? That becomes a very clear win for everyone involved. I think that in the fullness of time, economics are what are going to move the needle on driving further adoption about this. I have to guess that you see the same thing from where you are?Steren: Yes, very often working to reduce your carbon footprint is also working to reduce your bill. And we've also observed—not always—but some correlation between regions that have the lowest carbon impact and regions that are the cheapest. So, in a sense, this region selection, optimizing for price and carbon is often optimizing for the same thing. It's not always true, but it is often true.Corey: I really want to thank you for spending so much time to talk with me about this. This has definitely giving me a lot of food for thought, and I have to imagine that this will not be our last conversation around the topic.Steren: Well, thanks for having me. And I'm very happy to talk to you in the podcast, of course.Corey: Steren Giannini, product lead for Google Cloud Carbon Footprint and Google Cloud Run. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, along with an angry screed about how climate change isn't real as you sit there wondering why it's 120 degrees in March.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.
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Bordtennisstjärnan om hur det är att bli världsmästare och spela golf med president Clinton. Jörgen Persson, en av de mest tongivande i bordtennisens gyllene generation. Han debuterade i landslaget 1983 och avslutade karriären 2013. Under den tiden hann Jörgen Persson med sju olympiska spel, tio EM-guld och fem VM-guld i olika konstellationer.Efter ett kringflackande liv i mästerskap, europeiska och asiatiska ligor landade Jörgen Persson som förbundskapten på VM i Houston, USA, i november 2021. Där fick han återigen vara med och skriva historia då Mattias Falck och Kristian Karlsson tog hem Sveriges första VM-guld på 30 år.Jörgen Persson om sitt Sommarprat: Jag ska prata om hur det är att bli världsmästare, hur det var att spela pingis i Kina, om att livet som resande i bordtennis också har ett pris och när jag spelade golf med president Bill Clinton.Producent: Thomas BjörklundVill du få poddar, nyheter och direktsänd radio på ett ställe, ladda ner appen Sveriges Radio Play via https://sverigesradio.se/artikel/sveriges-radio-play.
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Owens new tv show concept : Malicious alone Whiskey and Spaghetti Fingers Blowing God Getting touched on the nose by a bat Owens going to Austin Bats in Austin. Tell me cool shit to do in austin, because so far I've got a bridge with bats and bbq. Does your wife ever miss things while eating and watching tv Owen is bothered by a friend saying she will borrow your car and doesn't, because he has to clean it. ohnoradioshow.com ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohnoradioshow
On this edition of Road Trippin', the crew breaks down both sides of the Kevin Durant vs Brooklyn Nets saga...does either side have any leverage after KD's ultimatum? We also look ahead to LeBron's future in the NBA and if he'll leave the Lakers to finish his career elsewhere. Richard & Channing react to recent player comments about the Showtime Lakers, and how they rank compared to other all-time NBA dynasties. We also roll out the "Road Trippin' Time Machine," running back a couple of classic clips from our conversation with Tim Duncan in Episode 18. Who does Gregg Popovich hate more: Richard or Donald Trump? You'll also get Tim's reaction to Channing's World of Warcraft gaming skills; mainly his wild character names that drew attention from NBA players across the league. Allie, Richard & Channing need your help! Please click HERE to fill out a quick 3 minute listener survey on the show and you'll be entered to win a $200 Amazon gift card! Like what you hear on Road Trippin'? Check out our new DON'T TRIP PODCAST today! Have a question or topic for our next show? Text or leave us a VM at 657-522-5578 (6575-CALLRT) Cheers! ► YouTube!
The initial response for listeners' hockey questions was so massive, Ian and Sean had to give the topic a second episode. This week, they discuss swapping goalies for shootouts, how face-off locations are decided, what the bumper position in a power play is, if goalies can cross center ice and much more! Have a question/comment for the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a VM (845) 445-8459! Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back!!! Long time no see… deep apologies but great news! We're back! Kila & Chris have a guest cohost Darsi to help with the guest Steego Vibes. We talk about his Only Fans and the time h had to have surgery on his penis! Please send your sex story/advice letters to the email, DM or leave a voicemail 470-589-9458 for your chance for it to be heard and responses to on the show. Don't forget to rate, comment & subscribe! Use the hashtag #chatwithlemon and let us know your thoughts on the episode.VM- sorry it was unclear the question was “what are women's standards for today day in age, the men are required to open the door and etc what are the standards for women?Steego Vibes- 1steegovibesLS- IG & Twitter @lemonsqueezepodEmail- email@example.com
Today we have quite a talk with writer and director Charles Rogers, who you might know as the co-creator of the fantastic HBO Max show Search Party, as well as the co-writer/co-director of the SXSW Grand Jury Award-winning film Fort Tilden or maybe even as a writer on the Wet Hot American Summer TV show! But today we talk all about his relaysh history, why he hates Hinge, his complicated feelings about his dad, empathy and politics and so much more! PLUS, obvi, we answer YOUR advice questions! If you'd like to ask your own advice questions, call 323-524-7839 and leave a VM or just DM us on IG or Twitter!Also! Get tickets for Naomi's next Largo show on August 12th! Or Andy's old casiopop band's lost album! And discounted Couples Therapy Quarantine Crew t-shirts here (if you don't get one, we're gonna have A LOT of nightshirts over at the ol' Beckperigin household!)! Also, you can support the show on Patreon (two extra exclusive episodes a month!) or with a t-shirt (or a Jewboo shirt) and check out clips on YouTube! (Every once in a while we'll do a Twitch show, if you want to also follow us there). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Intens toppstrid i Norge og norske lag i Europa. Gledene er mange, og høsten er såvidt i gang. Drømmestart for Jæren, giganter setter standard og VM vil påvirke enormt. Men hva er greien med Barcelona?Dette er premieren på TV 2s fotballpodkast.
Ingela Jonsson gick återigen en kamp mot Christer Svensson i Personliga Rekordens Backyard och tog sin första seger. Dessutom stärktes hennes chanser att komma med i VM-laget. Malin Barrulf vann Fjällmaraton 100K, trots energiproblem. Och Jonas Eklöf krossade motståndet i det brutala HUB 200 miles. Det blir dessutom lite från helgens övriga tävlingar och äventyr, en Everesting mot psykisk ohälsa, BAMM 70, Avesta Jernverks Varvultra, Revsudden Backyard Ultra, Snapphaneracet och pallplats för Johanna Gelfgren i Hamperokken Skyrace.
Onrs - Ep 555 - Goth Mr Bean Are mister Rogers reruns for me or the new children? Me bean and Mr Rodgers dress similarly Who would win in a fight : mr bean v mr Rodgers People that walk with their head tilted to the side I drive / park like an asshole magnets Owens going to Austin Toss pot Rolling your socks Bootleg rage shirt / magas love rage What's the most goth -cereal -fast food -candy -soda ohnoradioshow.com ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohnoradioshow
Onrs - Ep 555 Are mister Rogers reruns for me or the new children? Me bean and Mr Rodgers dress similarly Who would win in a fight : mr bean v mr Rodgers People that walk with their head tilted to the side I drive / park like an asshole magnets Owens going to Austin Toss pot Rolling your socks Bootleg rage shirt / magas love rage What's the most goth -cereal -fast food -candy -soda ohnoradioshow.com ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohnoradioshow
I denne episoden får vi et gjenhør fra vår Breaking Marathon Limits-tid, hvor vi fikk lest de håndskrevne treningsdagbøkene til Grete Waitz. Jack Waitz forteller om treningen som skapte løperlegenden, og vi får artige historier og detaljer fra en tid da haller og trening i sydligere strøk var mindre vanlig. Takket være podcasten Spring Snyggt kan vi også by på en bit av et ferskt intervju med Cam Levins som ble nummer fire i VM i maraton i Eugene. I fjor ble han nummer 72 i OL, så endret han på treningen. Her får du høre hva han gjorde. Ellers diskuterer Kristian og Jann stort og smått fra forrige uke inkludert EM-uttak, en konkurrerende dopingdømt utøver, treningen til Kristian, lytterspørsmål, ukas økt og mye mer. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
On this edition of Road Trippin', the crew is joined in studio by Duncan Robinson, Miami Heat Forward & host of The Long Shot Podcast. Duncan, RJ & Channing take you through a short list of "hard to guard" players that blew their minds on the court (Shaq, Yao Ming, Giannis, Kyrie) and which players blew their minds (with their mouths) in the trash talk department. Duncan also explains the challenges of playing pro ball in a city like Miami, and how the team has protocols in place to keep its squad in check. He also explains his unlikely journey from D3 Williams College to the NBA, and pokes fun at the differences between enrolling at a basketball school vs a football school. Allie, Richard & Channing need your help! Please click HERE to fill out a quick 3 minute listener survey on the show and you'll be entered to win a $200 Amazon gift card! Like what you hear on Road Trippin'? Check out our new DON'T TRIP PODCAST today! Have a question or topic for our next show? Text or leave us a VM at 657-522-5578 (6575-CALLRT) Cheers! ► YouTube!
As a new fan to the sport, or a hockey fan for thirty years, there may be some rules in the NHL you may be confused about. Ian and Sean spend this episode focusing on penalties: breaking down questions listeners had about offsetting penalties, the instigator call, embellishment, and more! Have a question for Ian and Sean? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a VM: (845) 445-8459! Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our old friend Ashly Burch joins us today for a peek into her relaysh history and especially the period that she calls her "slug era"! And yes, you know Ashly from a Couples Therapy episode from years past, but you also know her as a tremendous voice artist on video games like Horizon Zero Dawn and The Last of Us, cartoons like Attack on Titan, as an Emmy Award-winning writer for Adventure Time or as an actor and writer on Mythic Quest! Besides her "slug era", we talk about her Hot Topic phase, anxiety vs. chutzpah, her childhood voice actor ambitions and so much more! PLUS, obvi, we answer YOUR advice questions! If you'd like to ask your own advice questions, call 323-524-7839 and leave a VM or just DM us on IG or Twitter!Also! Get tickets for Naomi's next Largo show on August 12th! Or Andy's old casiopop band's lost album! And discounted Couples Therapy Quarantine Crew t-shirts here (if you don't get one, we're gonna have A LOT of nightshirts over at the ol' Beckperigin household!)! Also, you can support the show on Patreon (two extra exclusive episodes a month!) or with a t-shirt (or a Jewboo shirt) and check out clips on YouTube! (Every once in a while we'll do a Twitch show, if you want to also follow us there). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this edition of Road Trippin', the crew speculates on the most likely Kevin Durant/Donovan Mitchell trade partners, which teams have improved their rosters this summer, and whether Draymond Green deserves a max contract from Warriors brass. Richard recaps his brief time as a NBA referee, and tells you if he has plans to return and blow the whistle again. We also hit the pop culture scene hard...reacting to an evil Russian chess robot, athletes becoming movie characters, the end of the Choco Taco era & who would win a fight between a grizzly bear & silverback. It's all here! Allie, Richard & Channing need your help! Please click HERE to fill out a quick 3 minute listener survey on the show and you'll be entered to win a $200 Amazon gift card! Like what you hear on Road Trippin'? Check out our new DON'T TRIP PODCAST today! Have a question or topic for our next show? Text or leave us a VM at 657-522-5578 (6575-CALLRT) Cheers! ► YouTube!
Sveriges svar på The Hamptons, nya lagar gäller i landet, Will Smith har bett Chris Rock om ursäkt för lavetten, Nanna pratar arv och miljö, klassiska fotbollslåtar - är vi färdiga med VM 94? Sylvester Stallone är rasande, är mjölk dåligt och hur gör man egentligen pannkakor samt Jacob Schenström vann silver i TROLLERI-VM! Programledare: Johannes Cakar och Nanna Olasdotter Hallberg
OHNO2POINT0-EP554-Meth Man and Siberian Jay Owens new weights The most boring artwork ever Aimo Koivunen Kids hate pigeons / every generation / pigeons fly into my window at work I miss white out Old vs new Record player v cds Tesla v muscle car Practical fx v cgi Old school weed technology v vape pens ohnoradioshow.com ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohnoradioshow
Politiet er de mest hårsåre tjenestemennene i Norge, mener jussprofessor -. Respektløst sagt, svarer lederen av Stortingets justiskomité. I Hardanger fortviler folk etter uker med kø og kolonnekjøring. Trange veier klemt mellom fjell og fjord invaderes av turister. 85 år, monark og kaptein på ei VM-skute. I dag seiler Kong Harald siste etappe og vi får rapport fra seilasen. Sommer betyr mye øl og vin for mange. Men tar du med deg høyt alkoholbruk fra ferien kan du få problemer, advarer psykolog. Og så skal vi markere at Norway Cup starter i dag - 50 år etter den første fotballturneringen. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
Onw - EP 169 - Hunter At the Helms Aew trios titles Ricky starks face turn / new ftw champ Ric flairs last match Nxt to black and gold again Dwight Howard at wwe tryout Eddie Kingston real men of genius / talking shit at a autograph signing Kevin Dunn done? Sasha/Naomi/ gargano return? Setting up for a Sami Jarrett match? MIRO and the house of black Road dogg begging TK for a job Can Montez Ford be a top guy? Things you want to see in the HHH Era Lionhart Jericho vs Mox Uncle Dax: Just talked to Punk. He said the only way he'd come back is if he could win the brand new 6 man straps with his friends. We're his friends. Wrestlenomics - Exclusive: All WWE employees have been prohibited from trading stock since Friday ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs ohnoradioshow.com Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohno Wrestling
Wolfgang Wee Uncut #289: Anders Aukland er langrennsløper med OL- og VM-gull fra 2002 og 2003, og førsteplass i Vasaloppet i 2004.Temaer: Beinhard Trening Som 49-åring, Restitusjon, Søvn, Treningsmengde, Aldring, Langrenn, Vasaloppet, 700 Km På Ski, Nils van der Poel, KarrierenSe hele episoden her: https://youtu.be/hpK6DqvG_9Y► STØTT WOLFGANG WEE UNCUT!Ler mer her: https://www.wolfgangweeuncut.no/slik-stotter-du-wolfgang-wee-uncut/Nå som jeg har sagt opp jobben og satser for fullt på Wolfgang Wee Uncut, setter jeg enormt stor pris på alle som ønsker å støtte podcasten. Det gjør at jeg kan holde podcasten åpen og tilgjengelig for alle, og holde trykket oppe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
ONRS - EP 554 -The Smelly Guy and Quad Fats Were all awful people Autistic friends loosing cars CLIPS: -Billy idol Sesame Street -British Cuisine Atrocities -Rick James/ Dio Mashup -Speaking in tongues reggae ska -Guy Trying to get sponsored by Busch Light for 910 days Enjoy the show. Heres some links or whatever. Click and Subscribe and all that, it really helps In fact, give us money patreon.com/onrs ohnoradioshow.com ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohnoradioshow Vince McMahon and the money he made after he resigned Smelly guy at work / complainer How to Handle the Smelly HR Situation
Verdens beste løper på 5000 meter er norsk. Jakob Ingebrigtsen klarte det ingen av oss trodde var mulig da vi vokste opp. Gullet er selvsagt hovedtema i dagens episode. Vi har snakket med Jakob selv og storebror Henrik like etter at gullet var sikret. Sportssjef Erlend Slokvik gir sitt perspektiv på det som ligger bak prestasjonen. Og vi får et møte med Luis Grijalva som var finalens store overraskelse på 4.plass. 5000 meter for kvinner ble også en norsk suksess med Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal på en imponerende 8.plass. Dagen etter finalen forteller Grøvdal om sin VM-opplevelse, treningen i forkant og under VM, isolasjon og løpsopplegget i finalen i et langt intervju med Jann rett før hjemreise fra USA. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
Angie, James and Jon on this one. Jon played a delightful 2D platformer/MetroidVania called Ender Lilies. Angie jumped into life as Eivor in Assassin's Creed: Valhalla and she's also driving cars, presumably poorly, in MarioKart 8…or 9 or whatever. James is playing Live A Live (we don't know how to pronounce it either) and Legend of the River King. We also talk about the banger of games coming to PlayStation Plus Essential in August and RockStars change in image. If you want to be a part of the conversation or if you have a pressing question that you want us to weigh in on… You can reach us on twitter @mngamerspodcast. If you don't use twitter you can send email the old fashion way to email@example.com. Sign up for our new newsletter, Mostly Normal Monthly at mngamers.substack.com! Back issues can be found there too! Lastly, go to Spotify and do our weekly poll cuz it's fun! Text or VM to (507) 291-2991 Jon Swanson @jonnysamsonite Chris Stern @vgoccasion Angie @stellarsmalls James Halliday @buttlordprimus --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mostlynormalgamers/message
Ian and Sean kick off the show with a visit from Mark Lazerus to discuss his exclusive interview with Jonathan Toews on his future with the Chicago Blackhawks. Then in "Granger Things", Jesse Granger looks at the teams that increased, or worsened their Stanley Cup odds in free agency. Next, Ian and Sean share thoughts about this week's Parliament hearings for Hockey Canada, and to wrap up, concession food talk reigns supreme in the mailbag, "This Week in Hockey History", and thoughts on the LA Kings giving Dustin Brown a statue. Have a question or comment for Ian and Sean? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a VM (845) 445-8459! Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Idag är Tobias Linderoth hyllad tränare för Skövde AIK som är nykomling i superettan. När jag intervjuade Linderoth våren 2018 var han assisterande i Elfsborg och talade om drömmen att bli huvudtränare, om varför han uppskattade tränarutbildningen och om hur han som tränare hade hanterat en ung Tobias Linderoth. Dessutom berättade Linderoth om hur imponerad han var av Janne Anderssons landslag, om likheterna från Lars Lagerbäcks tid, om att hans straffnobb mot under EM 2004 är det han ångrar mest i karriären och om hur sämre stämning gick ut över landslagets prestationer under VM 2006. Dessutom berättade Linderoth om den framgångsrika spelarkarriären, om hyllningarna i Istanbul, om sina bästa år i FC Köpenhamn, om varför han ratade Premier League, om när han fick be hela Everton om ursäkt, om vägen fram som ung spelare och om det bittra slutet på grund av skador. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jim and Allan's thoughts on GitHub Copilot, why you can't take the bar exam on modern Intel hardware, and database VM snapshot consistency. Plugs Contributing to Open Source: Beyond Software Development Support us on patreon News/discussion GitHub Copilot Linux Downtime – Episode 51 Why can't Intel's 12th-gen CPUs pass the bar exam? Blame […]
Styrka till Sébastien Haller! Nya häststrulet! xG-analysen av VM -94! Caos Palermo! Paul Pogbas förstörda 2022! Barcelonas nya halvmiljardvärvning! Rejäla jävla EM-sortin! Ifrånsprungna svenska flickfotbollen! Svenska Europa-äventyren! Inlägget 636. Testa di cazzo dök först upp på Tutto Balutto.
The IT world has many talented innovators, but they often work with outdated or overly complex software systems. Kit Colbert, the Chief Technology Officer at VMware, asserts that the virtualization company is helping set the table for these developers to flourish. Tune in to hear Kit explain how the synergistic relationship between VMware and its customers creates an “ecosystem” of innovation.Mention:“Top Data Security Trends for 2022” (Salesforce research report)Tune in to learn:What VMware does (05:47) What Kit has seen as effective practices to oversee various technologies (12:43) What Kit is excited about in the VM industry (24:18) About Kit's experience with vMotion (38:45) IT Visionaries is brought to you by Salesforce Platform. If you love the thought leadership on this podcast, Salesforce has even more meaty IT thoughts to chew on. Take your company to the next level with in-depth research and trends right in your inbox. Subscribe to a newsletter tailored to your role at Salesforce.com/newsletter.Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at mission.org.
On this edition of Road Trippin', the crew meets up at Las Vegas Summer League to evaluate the on-court product and overall focus on player development by NBA squads. Should young players really have the option of sitting out Summer League, and are teams doing them a disservice by allowing young stars stay home? Richard & Channing also address some chatter about the Warriors abusing the luxury tax rules to "buy championships." Grizzlies Assistant Coach Vitaly Potapenko stops by the set to reminisce about all things 2016 Cavs. Coach also provides some behind the scenes commentary on Ja Morant and the Grizzlies unique ability to run two lineups. Allie, Richard & Channing need your help! Please click HERE to fill out a quick 3 minute listener survey on the show and you'll be entered to win a $200 Amazon gift card! Have a question or topic for our next show? Text or leave us a VM at 657-522-5578 (6575-CALLRT) Cheers! ► YouTube!
On The Cloud Pod this week, the team discusses facial recognition avoidance tactics. Plus: Waving farewell to CentOS 7 with the rise of Rocky Linux, Amazon traverses the new Cloudscape, and the U.K. heatwave spells disaster for Oracle and Google data centers. A big thanks to this week's sponsor, Foghorn Consulting, which provides full-stack cloud solutions with a focus on strategy, planning and execution for enterprises seeking to take advantage of the transformative capabilities of AWS, Google Cloud and Azure. This week's highlights
We've known Zainab for a minute, but on today's episode, we REALLY get to know her! Of course you've seen her do stand-up on Seth Meyers or All Def Comedy or Last Comic Standing or seen her host the Netflix show 100 Humans or seen her in Amazon's Upload, where she's a series regular. But now you'll get to know so much more about Zainab, from her days as a math teacher to having matcha with a Muslim matchmaker, plus a surprise visit from two dimwits who let their dog crap on Zainab's lawn! PLUS, obvi, we answer YOUR advice questions! If you'd like to ask your own advice questions, call 323-524-7839 and leave a VM or just DM us on IG or Twitter!Also! Get tickets for Naomi's next Largo show on August 12th! Or Andy's old casiopop band's lost album! And discounted Couples Therapy Quarantine Crew t-shirts here (if you don't get one, we're gonna have A LOT of nightshirts over at the ol' Beckperigin household!)! Also, you can support the show on Patreon (two extra exclusive episodes a month!) or with a t-shirt (or a Jewboo shirt) and check out clips on YouTube! (Every once in a while we'll do a Twitch show, if you want to also follow us there). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
ONW - 7-25-22 Ep - 168 - The Degenerate Jackhammer (VInce Retires and HHH) 2022 so far: Shane McMahon let go Cody quits AEW for WWE Stone Cold, Vince McMahon & Ric Flair wrestle Tony Khan buys ROH MJF wants out of AEW Sasha Banks & Naomi walkout WWE back to TV-14 Triple H back in Talent Relations / Head of Creative Vince retires Things you want to see? Things you think we'll actually see? Who will HHH push? Will he bring anyone back that was released? Is there anyone that previously wouldn't sign that might now consider it? More likely for a WWE Sale? Thanks to Brock for returning / Goldberg WWE Stock up almost 7% at day opening, Closes at 8.44% $71.81 $WWE shares are holding steady at about $71 since noon, meaning Vince McMahon's 28.7 million shares have gained about $150.5 million in market value since the close of business on Friday, when the stock was at $66.22 just before his exit was announced. WWE's 8-K states the company found $14.6 million in payments by Vince McMahon *that should have been recorded as company expenses*. WWE will reissue financial statements for 2019, 2020, 2021, and Q1 2022. Drew vs Gunther at Clash at the Castle? ROH Death before dishonor thoughts / Duncan new champ Commentary / Mauro Renallo talks with AEW The Gresham situation Tully Blanchard Enterprises / No More The Righteous / Dalton Castle back brace Mercedes Martinez is trash FTR / Briscos 2 - Fight like an 8 year old girl Max Caster - Bobby Lashley's sister A look at the G1 / Zack Sabre JR, george michael dream Joey Ryan, one man show, The rise and fall of Joey Ryans Penis Kevin Dunn didnt think Becky was good looking enough to be a top star PAC and Kip Sabian exchange words at rev pro show Sami on broken skull sessions, could he ever be a Top Guy? Wwe champion ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs ohnoradioshow.com Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohno Wrestling
In this episode Moved by Mardis, spicy Royce is out! While we are in the middle of the dog days of summer, we find plenty to talk about. From NBA free agency to All-Star games to football. We cover it all this week! Plus leave a VM!!! Be sure to check out Royce's Youtube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOcPtN_znQlZ-uxVmcz1MdQTo Leave Royce a MR Detail Worx VOICEmail call: (502) 694-6025Check out our Sponsors:Moving with Mardis There's never been a better time to buy, sell, or invest in real estate, are you ready to make a move?www.movingwithmardis.com | (502) 822-6683 | email@example.comMR Detail WorxOur mission at MR DetailWorx is simple: to provide high-quality services in a timely manner.www.mrdetailworx.com | (502) 741-9570 | firstname.lastname@example.org Intro music track Prod. by Danya Vodovoz, Royalty-Free Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4ex28rjYDk
On this episode of VM, Lamb and Allen talk about the Kyler Murray extension, what it means for the other QB's that have yet to get paid like Lamar Jackson, the end to the “play baseball over football debate” by Lamb. Then, Lamb is joined by Finny to play a game called “Cap or No Cap” where the guys mention a storyline or a phrase and determine if people are capping or not capping Does Conor McGregor still matter? Are the social media basketball runs cool? James Harden taking less money because he wants to win Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Onrs - 7-20-22 Balls deep comment / Theresa Deaf FaceTime / why not just text? 7-11 hippa laws / regional manager / keke Smoke and poke / ty Ginger shits and then wants to eat straight after Gangster punk Asians from Steve Extra checkers delivery, but not the stuff I wanted New console / new sound to the show Owen makes restaurant quality meals The simple satisfaction of cleaning and sorting out your underwear and sock drawers Owen buys briefs / wearing briefs for the first time since childhood Freckles are weird What do you say when you're pooping and someone knocks on the door? News from moonbags ohnoradioshow.com ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohnoradioshow
Spider-Woman and the ancient magician Magnus battle the legendary sorceress Morgan le Fay to prevent her from getting a hold of the infamous magic of The Darkhold. Since Jack had read the Book of Sins, stealing his memory was good enough for Morgan, but it's The First Night... Mail: werewolfbynightpodcast@gmail | Twitter: @werewolfpodcast | Instagram: @werewolf_by_night_podcast | VM: 971-220-5865 Check out Jacob's new podcast series w/ Chris Matheson, On the Funny
Mikey's Poo Area Bible Dragons Ginger shits and then wants to eat straight after Gangster punk Asians from Steve Extra checkers delivery, but not the stuff I wanted New console / new sound to the show Owen makes restaurant quality meals The simple satisfaction of cleaning and sorting out your underwear and sock drawers ohnoradioshow.com ohnowrestling.com ohnomedia.com patreon.com/onrs Leave a VM at 407-906-6466 Find our FB Group. Ohnoradioshow
Jann kommer rett fra VM-finalen til Jakob Ingebrigtsen og Karsten Warholm på Hayward Field i Eugene og ringer opp Kristian som har stått opp midt på natta hjemme i Norge. Geoff Wightman var speaker da sønnen Jake, som han er trener for, slo Ingebrigtsen og tok VM-gull på 1500 meter. Pappa Wightman forklarer endringene i trening som ligger bak gullet. Vidar Higraff er på hugget etter sin sommerferie og leverer nye parodier av kjente folk. Og vår gjest Knut Kvalheim forteller om trening, oppholdet i VM-byen Eugene på 70-tallet, mesterskap og mye mer i denne reprisen fra da vi het Breaking Marathon Limits. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
With the Flames on the verge of losing Matthew Tkachuk on the heels of Johnny Gaudreau, what can be expected from this team next season? Also, they look back at other teams that have lost two superstars in one offseason, and it may make Flames fans feel better...or worse. Then, Nazem Kadri is still available, and how likely it is that Tkachuk will eventually end up with St. Louis Blues at some point. Then in "Granger Things", Jesse Granger joins the show to discuss a collaboration piece by the Thursday TAHS crew giving the Vegas Golden Knights and Seattle Kraken a proper expansion draft. Did Jesse's Golden Knights or Ian's Seattle Kraken have a better draft? To wrap up the show, mailbag questions about goalie/skater family duos, future considerations, and offer sheets, "This Week in Hockey History", and Sean gets nostalgic about nachos. Have a question/comment for Ian & Sean? Email email@example.com or leave a VM: (845) 445-8459! Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this edition of Road Trippin', the crew joins forces with Haley O'Shaughnessy from the Spinsters podcast in Las Vegas. They're joined in studio by Cleveland Cavaliers HC J.B. Bickerstaff & Orlando Magic HC Jamahl Mosley, two coaches RJ & Channing have played for in the past. The coaches explain how their two young teams are built differently, and how they've developed dynamic players along the way. We also chop it up with Magic players Gary Harris & Markelle Fultz, as everyone tells classic stories about Summer League and what it's like to navigate the Las Vegas nightlife during such a crazy week. Have a question or topic for our next show? Text or leave us a VM at 657-522-5578 (6575-CALLRT) Cheers! ► YouTube!
This was our first time meeting Jackie, but hoo-boy, did we get INTO it! Maybe you know Jackie from America's Got Talent or The Tonight Show. Maybe you know her from That Damn Michael Che or The Arsenio Hall Show. Or maybe you've seen her BRAND NEW special Menoplause! Either way, you've never heard her like this! We talk all about her fiance and Jackie really breaks down whether she even wants to get married again. There was so much real talk, Jackie Venmo-ed us a co-pay after! PLUS, obvi, we answer YOUR advice questions! If you'd like to ask your own advice questions, call 323-524-7839 and leave a VM or just DM us on IG or Twitter!Also! Get tickets for Naomi's next Largo show on August 12th! Or Andy's old casiopop band's lost album! And discounted Couples Therapy Quarantine Crew t-shirts here (if you don't get one, we're gonna have A LOT of nightshirts over at the ol' Beckperigin household!)! Also, you can support the show on Patreon (two extra exclusive episodes a month!) or with a t-shirt (or a Jewboo shirt) and check out clips on YouTube! (Every once in a while we'll do a Twitch show, if you want to also follow us there). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this edition of Road Trippin', the crew heads to NBA Summer League and welcomes Pelicans PF Larry Nance Jr. into our Blue Wire Las Vegas studios. Larry shares his thoughts on Zion Williamson's game from a teammate's perspective, and explains why Zion's still the generational talent we all thought he could be coming out of Duke. We also chop it up about a rumored Pelicans trade for Kevin Durant, go behind the scenes of Kevin Love's star-studded wedding, tell you how we'd change the NBA Slam Dunk Contest and get into a heated debate over who's really a "blue blood" in college hoops. Have a question or topic for our next show? Text or leave us a VM at 657-522-5578 (6575-CALLRT) Cheers! ► YouTube!
On this episode, Lamb and Impy anoint Zach Wilson as the official QB 1 on the VM depth chart, what's the Tyreek Hill impact on the Dolphins, is this Tua's last chance in Miami, Mac Jones for MVP and why Bills Mafia is going to be excited this year Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Good morning and welcome to the ride! What was Steve's favorite subject in school? Married but separated is a situation The CLO must explain. Pastor Gray is in critical condition and his family need our prayers. Facebook had a specific relationship question about break ups and vacation. Blue Cheese gives us the highlights of Fashion Week. Kevin Durant wants out of Brooklyn. We have a man with a plan for Steve's Presidency in his VM. Would You Rather was all over the place today and Steve's answer about Speak or Hear tho! Today in Closing Remarks, Steve reminds us that prayer changes things and people and to think about that. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The wonderful Paul F. Tompkins joins us today for a hilarious and heartwarming discussion of how therapy has changed all of our relationships. Of course you know Paul from Mr. Show, his numerous stand-up specials, the Threedom podcast and dozens upon dozens of other things, but now get to know about how he deals with his depression and anger, the early days of dating his wife and his feelings on Pennsylvania's emotional effects. PLUS, obvi, we answer YOUR advice questions! If you'd like to ask your own advice questions, call 323-524-7839 and leave a VM or just DM us on IG or Twitter!Also! Get tickets for Naomi's next Largo show on August 12th! Or Andy's old casiopop band's lost album! And discounted Couples Therapy Quarantine Crew t-shirts here (if you don't get one, we're gonna have A LOT of nightshirts over at the ol' Beckperigin household!)! Also, you can support the show on Patreon (two extra exclusive episodes a month!) or with a t-shirt (or a Jewboo shirt) and check out clips on YouTube! (Every once in a while we'll do a Twitch show, if you want to also follow us there). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.