This week on Fresh Hop Cinema; Beers from Fort George Brewery (Astoria, OR) Beer 1: "3-Way IPA - Chico Hazy" // Style: Hazy IPA // ABV: 7% // Ratings: Jonny - 6.1, Max - 4. Beer 2: "Vortex" // Style: IPA // ABV: 7.2% // Ratings: Jonny - 8.6, Max - 8. Film: "A Haunting in Venice" directed by Kenneth Branagh. Ratings: Jonny -6.5, Max - 6. Inside Hot & Bothered: - Max - N/A - Jonny - "Elemental" (2023) Directed by Peter Sohn -------------------- Episode Timeline: 0:00 - Intro, Ads, & Shout Outs 5:09 - Beer 1 25:10 - Film (No Spoilers) 40:36 - DANGER ZONE 54:05 - Beer 2 1:06:53 - Hot & Bothered Please leave us a rating and/or review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! Got a few bucks to spare? Support us on Patreon for as little as a dollar per week at www.patreon.com/freshhopcinema
In this episode, we sit down with my friend, Tara Marino. She is the founder of Elegant Femme, a global lifestyle brand for women who desire more BEAUTY, more LUXURY, more PLEASURE, and more life... Tara shared her story of loss, grief, healing, embracing beauty, finding her strength and devoting to her mission… while embodying the purest essence of love. Come for a heartfelt cry, and leave feeling inspired, refreshed and ready to take on your day.Join the free Living Brave Community hereLearn more about our all-access pass, The Vortex, and our daily coaching membership and community hub for badass women in business, The Club.Follow Shoshanna on Instagram, share a story, and tag us to let us know you're listening!It means the world when you take a hot minute to rate and review the podcast
Doug Duren is a passionate hunter, farmer, land manager and conservationist. He is the owner of Lone Oak Interests, LLC, specializing in site and land management consulting and contracting services throughout Wisconsin and the Driftless Area.In addition to his consulting and contracting work, Doug manages the Duren Family Farm near Cazenovia, Wisconsin where he has been working and hunting for over 45 years. The farm has been in the Duren family for 115 years. Current management includes acres enrolled in CRP and other conservation programs, raising grass fed beef, timber management for forest health, wildlife habitat and financial goals, as well as a variety of hunting, aesthetic and recreation objectives.In addition to his individual clients, Doug has worked on a variety of projects with several public and private conservation organizations including American Forest Foundation, Aldo Leopold Foundation, Pheasants Forever, Wisconsin DNR and Wisconsin DNR Forestry, My Wisconsin Woods/Driftless Forestry Network, NRCS and FSA.Duren is a frequent contributor to the Meateater television show, the Meateater podcast and The Meateater Guide to Big Game Hunting. Duren has also been a guest on the Joe Rogan Experience discussing hunting, land ownership issues and Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). He has been featured in various regional and national publications for his work in conservation. For more info:Doug Duren WebsiteConnect with Driftwood Outdoors:FacebookInstagramSpecial thanks to:Living The Dream PropertiesHunting Works For MissouriSmithfly RaftsScenic Rivers TaxidermyEmail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome back as we have the first podcast since our last-minute moose hunting adventure in the remote wilderness of British Columbia. Our guest and videographer for the trip, Jordan Parham, talks about his experience on this successful moose hunting trip. In this episode, we discuss: - The story behind this spontaneous moose hunting trip organized by Worldwide Trophy Adventures - Essential camera equipment selected for this trip - Jordan's dedication to the hunt in Canada - The importance of high-quality camera bags in the field - The all-important "kill shot" - Transporting over 300 pounds of moose meat and a moose skull across the US-Canada border - Using a generator to power the freezer during the drive - Reactions of people who encountered a moose head in the back of their truck - The importance of selecting the right gear Stay tuned for upcoming episodes where we'll continue to recount the epic story of this Canadian moose hunt. Sponsor Links: SAVE 20 % on your next Vortex purchase with promo code: TFC20 - https://bit.ly/2KemVsx SAVE 10% on TrophyLine Tree Saddles gear with PROMO CODE: TFC 10 - https://bit.ly/3nN4aKu SAVE 10% on Method Custom Arrows 10% - TFC10 - https://bit.ly/3cRh2g4 Other Sponsor Links: https://lathropandsons.com/ http://www.huntwise.com/ https://www.g5prime.com/
It's time for another of Ryan Muckenhirn's “Lead Balloon's.” On paper the .338 Federal checks a lot of boxes hunters look for in a cartridge. Alas, it didn't make a lot of paper for rifle and ammunition manufactures. As with many cartridges, success or failure can be difficult to make sense of. The .338 Federal certainly outperforms its popularity. Was it timing? Was it not different enough from established offerings? Was there not a need? Did the masses get it wrong by not bringing this cartridge into the fold of gun safes across the globe? Mark Boardman, Jimmy Hamilton, and Ryan Muckenhirn pop this lead balloon and chat through its story, as well as its dismal acceptance by hunters and shooters.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Will the .308 do everything you need? Do you need the raw horsepower of a .300 Win Mag to get the job done? Or do you need both? Mark Boardman and Ryan Muckenhirn chat through their gel-shooting results, extract, examine, measure, and not only weigh the projectiles themselves, but where each cartridge makes the most sense.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Welcome back to the Vortex! Maya is in a season to behold, so we created some space to do JUST THAT. This entire year has held a huge pivot in her life and business, and now that she finally feels like she has arrived on the other side, it felt like high time to put words to it. This is the first time that Maya is sharing the full story of letting go of her identity as "business coach" and stepping back into the work she came here to do - deep healing & spiritual development work that reminds women that they have the power to be the creators of any reality they choose. She shares the details of the pivot, how she made it happen, and the magic that's unfolding on the other side like sobriety (& the body coming along for the ride in general), coming into the identity of "psychic," and feeling more grounded than ever in her gifts and leadership. Bless this season of ARRIVAL! We hope this episode inspires you. Xoxo! If you feel compelled to take a moment to rate, review, follow, and subscribe to the pod wherever you listen, we would be eternally grateful! Maya's 8-week transformation program: https://www.somedaymysoul.com/magnetic-healed-free Follow us on Instagram for updates, reels, and community: instagram.com/thesacredvortexpodcast Our stunning theme music was composed by Nyla Smith. Follow her at https://www.instagram.com/nylacappella/ + www.nyla-smith.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesacredvortexpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesacredvortexpodcast/support
In episode 133 we discuss the Vortex Optics lineup along with some of their new products with competitive shooter and Vortex representative Tucker Schmidt. Vortex lineup: https://www.scheels.com/c/all/vortex https://youtu.be/caD7Z4tAQ2k
We're hopping in the time machine and setting the controls for April 1968, to take a deep dive on Simon & Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson," the weird and unsettling world of Tiny Tim, and the format-bending sound of San Francisco's Moby Grape—as well as the ultra-dedicated unofficial archivists like DustyGrooves69 and Vintage Recordings, who make sure we can access it. And oh yeah, we're talking about Band Shirt Day 2023, a global fundraising initiative, where artists come together for a single day to sell merchandise on their official sales channels and donate proceeds to charitable organizations of their choice. 2023 is presented by MerchFriends and Spotify, with support from Hello Merch, bandsintown, Rough Trade NYC, and WASTOIDS.Call us anytime at 1-877-WASTOIDS. More podcasts and videos at WASTOIDS.com | Follow us on Instagram and YouTube.
Your style of hunting, terrain, hunt goals, the critters you chase, and more can affect your spotting scope selection. Size, weight, magnification, angled vs. straight configuration, optical quality — Mark Boardman and Paul Neess sit down to give you spot-on information on spotting scopes.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Ulla Vangelis – Leslie Reggie Carlisle – John (Beta) Trae Mowaka- Jesse Jack Nash – John (Prime) GM- Tod Foley Ulla sends out her nanobots in an attempt to halt the timing mechanism, while Nash and Trae are quick to fire at the canister and Ulla's swarm diverts to follow it, while Reggie defuses it mentally. The canister is theirs. When Ulla explains how the vortex event seemed like a literal copy of the first time — lighting, shadows and all — Reggie and Nash begin wondering what exactly Wolfram has been doing to the timeline. "Maybe they simply fucked up," says Reggie. "That's how the Frank situation happened." They all tend to Whisper, who seems to be fine, just a little shaken. The Vortex simply shrugged off her powers. Reggie takes advantage of the moment to teach her that it's not all fun and games; sometimes *things push back*. Reggie goes on to explain to Ulla about Flux Storms. He and Nash are growing more convinced that's exactly what's happening here; it's as though someone is using the forces of fundamental chaos to open holes between realities. Trae suggests that may be what happened in this reality instead of Diaspora and his invention of the Slip Capacitor. They move on. Toward evening Nash becomes aware they're being watched, and signals everyone to get down. Trae uses his drone to get eyes on the interloper, a ragged tarp-covered individual who seems to be alone. It turns out to be Ulla's old friend Dril. They catch up for a while, and he tells them he'll run ahead and prepare the clan for their arrival. He's finally succeeded in his old plan to tap into the daily flow of power from the geothermal converter, storing it in a massive battery which they use to power their new home: a medium-sized storage room underground, just beside the plant itself. Kek isn't as sour as expected; in fact everyone's spirits seem to have been lifted by their new surroundings, with powered devices, electric light, music, and all. She's looking forward to setting up some small hydroponic systems for growing food. The kids all get along, and over the next couple days the group takes some time to make sure Reggie's okay with leaving the kid behind. He's really not. He wants to keep the child; to train her to use her powers, and to protect her. Everybody chimes in, making sure to underscore how dangerous it would be to take Whisper with them. Ulla suggests that he can always come back for her. Reggie's still torn. But Beneficent, the clan healer, has noticed Whisper in particular. "Just look at that child's aura," she says, "You can tell she's special." Beneficent doesn't know what to make of Nash, Trae, and (especially) Reggie, but her moral code and belief in magic are enough to get a promise out of her: She'll take good care of Whisper while they're gone. Finally they depart, with teary goodbyes. Reggie promises Whisper that he'll return. "I know you will," says her voice in his mind. "I trust you." Fifteen kilometers out, the group feels that nauseous sensation again: there's a flux storm coming in. When it appears, they find themselves looking at themselves, hitting the ground, crouching for cover, and aiming weapons in this direction. http://daytrippersrpg.com https://www.patreon.com/asif CORE on Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/corerpg/ CORE Discord https://discord.gg/eM5u4XesXr CORE Products: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?filters=100202_0_0_0_0 https://www.etsy.com/shop/MidwestResinGeek https://www.patreon.com/legendsoftabletop Theme music created by Brett Miller http://www.brettmillermusic.net/
Barrel burnout is often a big consideration for folks when selecting a cartridge. But is it as big a deal as it's made out to be? Mark Boardman and Ryan Muckenhirn discuss barrel burnout, who should it matter to, how it occurs, and what you can do if it happens. As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Vortex, welcome to THE holistic conversation about all things alcohol! We are both in very interesting seasons of reevaluating our relationship with this substance, so of course we had to capture it on the mic. Maya is listening to her body's loud call to take a break from drinking, and is almost a full month sober as of the release of this episode! She shares about how she feels and what it was like to make this decision from a deep place of self-love. Elle is fielding her first bout of temptation in her 3 years of sobriety, and puts words to how she's working through it. We break it all down, dig deep, and come to the epic conclusion that everyone's journey with alcohol is completely different and NOTHING about sobriety, sober-curiosity, or choosing to drink is black and white. As long as you're bringing mindfulness to the conversation, we believe it's all gonna be okay. We love youuuu! If you feel compelled to take a moment to rate, review, follow, and subscribe to the pod wherever you listen, we would be eternally grateful! Follow us on Instagram for updates, reels, and community: instagram.com/thesacredvortexpodcast Our stunning theme music was composed by Nyla Smith. Follow her at https://www.instagram.com/nylacappella/ + www.nyla-smith.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesacredvortexpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesacredvortexpodcast/support
Cup of Tao Season 6 Episode 3 - AppreciationHosted by Chris L McClish In this episode: I talk about not taking things for granted. To cherish, show appreciation, and to keep the people and things that you value close to your heart. Cup of Tao is a production of CoachCMC LLC – visit my new website: https://mcclish.me. On my website, there are links to contact me, support me and to learn more about me. Those on Spotify can support me here: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cupoftao/support Social Media: I'm on X @coachcmc. This podcast is also on X @cupoftao. Don't forget to purchase my book!: Accepting Life On Life's Terms. Available where you buy books! If you love my podcast, you will love the book! Buy it and please review it! Https://books2read.com/acceptinglife Cup of Tao is now part of Spotify for Podcasters! See each shows description for additional information and disclaimers. Show Music Introduction music is Into the Vortex by Chris L McClish Copyright 2013.Closing music is Feel it by Chris L McClish Copyright 2014. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cupoftao/support
In this episode, Eric sits down with the talented and celebrated artist Bernard Stanley Hoyes. They discuss his experience of growing up in Jamaica and discovering his passion for art. Working in carpentry, to transitioning into sculpture and painting. His unique upbringing and exposure to the Revival culture and spirituality… moving to the United States, his education in the arts and being taught by renowned artists. How he transitioned into becoming a professional artist; exhibiting and selling his works to prestigious collectors. His notable 'Rag series', how his work has evolved through the years… and the exciting works he is creating today..! Guest Bio: Bernard Stanley Hoyes is primarily recognized as a contemporary painter whose work evolves from a highly intuitive space. He is heralded for his ability to capture spiritual realms on canvas in radiant and brilliant essence. His celebration of traditional African religion and spirituality continues to find universal appeal, exciting audiences worldwide. Oprah Winfrey, Natalie Cole, Steve Harvey, Keenan Ivory Wayans and the National Urban League are among his collectors. Selections of Hoyes' work have been featured in several television shows including the Showtime cult classic series, "Dexter." President Barack Obama has even been photographed in front of his work.Hoyes' professional artist career began at the early age of nine in his home town of Kingston, Jamaica. Bernard's mother sold his wood carvings and watercolors to visitors at the Jamaica Tourist Board to help maintain the household and support his creative efforts. Hoyes first exposure to professional art education was at the institute of Jamaica, Junior Art Centre. At age 15 he moved to New York to live with his father, attend school and continue his art endeavors. He attended evening classes at the Art Students League, excelling quickly. Hoyes matured as a painter and a sculptor under the apprenticeship of established artists such as Norman Lewis, Huie Lee Smith and John Torres. A Ford Foundation Scholarship was received which allowed him to study with professional artists in a Summer Arts program at Vermont Academy in Saxtons River, Vermont.Hoyes received a scholarship to finish his academic studies at Vermont Academy for the next two years. There he was instrumental in the development of a formal Art Department and at graduation was given a solo exhibition at the Shepardson Center Gallery on Campus. Upon graduation Hoyes received the Frederick Stanley Art Award. He participated in the Graduate art show and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in painting and design. During the period of the late 70's, Hoyes worked intensively on his "RAG SERIES," encompassing over 150 pieces. He formed Caribbean Cultural Institute and Caribbean Arts, Inc. to Further expose Caribbean culture to America. Hoyes has participated in numerous solo exhibitions here and abroad. He has created murals in the inner city of Los Angeles, CA. He has curated exhibitions and held a position on the board at the Museum of African American Art in Los Angeles and won awards of Excellence for his famous “Revival Series,” nationally and internationally. Since 2013 Hoyes has made his Studio in the Desert his permanent resident. Syncona Mesa, has for 25 years his Artistic Sanctuary, now it has a new Chapter. The Vortex which have been a safe haven for the Creative spirits to permeate his work, has convened. For more on Eric's Perspective, visit www.ericsperspective.com#ERICSPERSPECTIVE #AFRICANAMERICAN #ARTSUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/2vVJkDnConnect with us ONLINE: Visit Eric's Perspective website: https://bit.ly/2ZQ41x1Facebook: https://bit.ly/3jq5fXPInstagram: https://bit.ly/39jFZxGTwitter: https://bit.ly/2OM
#54: Learn how to make the famous Mississippi Pot Roast. This easy recipe is made with venison and in the slow cooker. It is pan-seared to lock in the flavor; and then placed in your slow cooker. Made with less than 10 ingredients. This roast is so buttery and tangy in flavor, tender, and fall apart delicious. Serve with a side, on top of mashed potatoes or rice, as a sandwich or use as taco meat. This is sure to be a family favorite and the perfect comfort food to use that venison in your freezer. Britt breaks down how we prep and cook this in our podcast episode. GET THE RECIPE here or Watch the episode here. Get our FAVORITE links, codes & more here! EPISODE MENTIONS: Episode with From Field to Plate MTN OPS for the best supplements and gear. Use code BRITT for 20% OFF your order! RUGGED ROAD COOLER GET 10% OFF your lightweight and organized cooler here or USE CODE: LONG CAMOFIRE for 50-70% Off On Hunting Gear From Stealthcam, Vortex, Mystery Ranch and more! TONIC SITE SHOP for customized website designs, use code RECKONING15 for 15% OFF! Follow Us on Social: Brittney Long IG Reckoning IG Britt's TikTok Affiliate Disclaimer. Show Notes may contain affiliate links. If you click through my referral link, at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission if you make a purchase. Thank you for supporting RECKONING LLC.
Listen to the Show Right Click to Save Guests Alchemy Theatre PipelineThe VORTEX Green New Theatre Symposium What We Talked About Jimmy Buffett SB12 on hold RIP Franne Lee Stepenwolf Funny Girl Closes Scenery Bags Why Actor left Tiananmen Tangential Professions to join IA Girl from the north County The Tempest close Delacort Guttenberg, the musical Lilly Thomas first Asian to play Mama Morton Thank you to Dean Johanesen, lead singer of "The Human Condition" who gave us permission to use "Step Right Up" as our theme song, so please visit their website.. they're good! (that's an order)
Neste episódio especial Jazz Rider , Katiucha Barcelos, Caio Corraini e Rafael Mafra embarcam em uma série de aventuras hilariantes enquanto celebram o Dia do Sexo. A trama se desenrola entre um quase trisal, e uma surpresa inesperada na calada da noite e mto mais. E tudo sobre Apartamentos alugados. ===Esse episódio é um oferecimento da Loja do Prazer === A Alura vai te reconhecer como Jujuber se você clicar aqui: alura.com.br/promocao/jujubacast === GRUPO SECRETO ESTÁ DE VOLTA !!! Vem fazer parte jujubacast.com/grupo === Apresentação: Jazz Rider Convidados: Katiucha Barcelos, Caio Corraini e Rafael Mafra Produção: Thyara Castro Edição, pós-produção e mixagem: Roberto Oksman de Aragão Ilustração da capa: Rafael Nagai
Chris Lapre 5! The heat is on between Chris and Cecil Burch for the top repeat offender for the EvoSec Podcast. CARBINE - It is our modern musket, we believe we have a patriotic duty to be a proficient rifleman. This show we discuss the efficacy and the place of a carbine/rifle for civilians. We draw on Chris's vast experience with this platform as a working SWAT Commander. We discuss what civilians should be focusing the bulk of their training on, legal issues with longer distance engagements, yet the need to be a solid marksman out to extended distance with the carbine. We discuss some higher thoughts on zero, ammo choices, specific drills and much more… Chris Lapre is a SWAT Commander for Pinal Country Arizona Sherriff's department and runs Asymmetric Options. Asymmetric Options provides training in firearms and tactics to Law Enforcement, Military and Civilians. Chris also leads training at his agency, providing opportunities for both himself and his deputies to train with the top instructors in the industry multiple times a year. Just recently, Eric and Chris took the Rangemaster Pistol Instructor and Certification course together where Chris was one of the top shooters. Chris also is an avid JiuJitisu practitioner and trains in combatives and weapons based grappling on a regular basis. This show the EvoSec Crew talk with Chris about his law enforcement career and his life of dedication to keeping himself sharp and the lives of his deputies and community safer. For more info on Chris, please follow him on Instagram @asymmetricoptions and also his website Asymmectric Options – Training, tactics, tradition. (asymmetricoptions.com) Previous shows with Chris - Episode 43 Episode 83 Episode 69 Some solid Carbine Drills as discussed on the show. Kyle Defoor's Carbine Test are some of the best I have seen covering marksmanship skills under both time and physical pressure. https://defoor-proformance-shooting.myshopify.com/pages/carbine-shooting-tests Ammo discussed: Winchester Ranger 64 gr Bonded that Chris' department uses over all. https://winchester.com/Products/Ammunition/Rifle/Defender/S556PDB Barnes VOR-TX 70 Gr All Copper (Civilian Brown Tip) https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1016541455?pid=666808 Intro and Outro Music by: The Tactical Twins, Jason Bieler and The Baron Von Bielski Orchestra and Tim Alexander/Fata Morgana Please subscribe and share our podcast with friends and family. Visit our website for bios, future events and info at www.evosec.org Like, follow and share us on Facebook and Instagram @evosecusa WE ARE PUMPED TO HAVE A NEW AFFILIATE LINK FOR ORIGIN AND JOCKO FUEL!!! Help support this show by purchasing any of your JiuJitsu gear, Jocko Supplements, books clothing and more... link below. Origin/Jocko Fuel – Bringing back American manufacturing, producing the best Jiu-Jitsu Gis on the market, Jeans, rash guards, and world class supplements to help you on the path. Use EvoSec10 at checkout for 10% off, this helps us greatly. EVOSEC Originusa.com AFFILIATE LINK Tenicor – www.tenicor.com they are educators, and innovators in the holster market. They are firearms instructors themselves, pressure testing their gear in multiple force on force events every year. We support those who do the work. Again, patronizing our sponsors helps us greatly. Evolution Security is Eric Davis, Aaron Davis and Brian Schilt; specializing in self-protection education, defensive pistol and carbine, consulting, and weapons based grappling. Their mission is to help those serious about protecting themselves and their loved ones, become more capable though filtered information, recommended study, and highlighting their mentors who are the best in the field. In addition, Eric and Aaron (twins) are musicians keeping with Musashi's adage that martial artist should focus on art outside of the martial.
The Razor® HD 13-39x56 spotting scope is the perfect example of, “Big things come in small packages.” It's also Remi Warren's favorite spotting scope. Listen to Mark Boardman and Remi talk about his extensive use of its predecessor, the incredible increase in performance of the new iteration, and what he loves about it. As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Brought to you by Rip Curl...we catch up with Jack Robinson to find out where his mind and body are at ahead of the WSL Final Five Showdown at Trestles. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Finding elk is the most critical component of the elk hunting equation. Nothing else really matters if you can't locate these dang things. Renowned elk hunter, guide, content creator, and all-around great guy, Remi Warren, runs through his secret tips to finding where elk hide — so you can seek.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Hiii, Vortex! Elle is BACK from a 3-week family trip to Japan and whewww, she's got stories babes. We take a beat of gratitude for being back to our regularly scheduled programming of being forced (in the best way) to sit down with each other every week and put words to our feelings in real time. Maya starts us off by sharing how this epic Pisces Full Moon (which is also blue and super - whoa dude) has been working on her via physical ascension symptoms, exhaustion, and big ol' revelations about riding the waves of life with as little resistance as possible. Then, we get into Elle's tales and takeaways from Japan - tiny napkins, foamy soap, bidets everywhere, clean escalators, and so much more. We of COURSE can't help but put a big fat spiritual spin on all of it, marveling at the ways Japanese culture radiates reverence, respect for self, each other, and the planet, devotion, and kindness. Maya is moved and inspired as hell. We hope your soul parts are lit up by these glorious and poignant lessons from Japan! Love youuu! Abraham Hicks Ep We Reference: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4J9uvWJLYNNy1tw4Wt6pHi?si=DrrY7pW3RzSLOdPeEsc_UA If you feel compelled to take a moment to rate, review, follow, and subscribe to the pod wherever you listen, we would be eternally grateful! Follow us on Instagram for updates, reels, and community: instagram.com/thesacredvortexpodcast Our stunning theme music was composed by Nyla Smith. Follow her at https://www.instagram.com/nylacappella/ + www.nyla-smith.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesacredvortexpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesacredvortexpodcast/support
Back to the Doom's Day trans-media event. This time we review the novel, 'Doom's Day: Extraction Point' and the mobile game event, 'Wrong Place at the Right Time' The post Episode 560 – Hired by a Ghost first appeared on Traveling the Vortex.
2023 has been a big growth year at HHAUSA and we have been blessed to continue crossing paths with some amazing individuals. I met Rick Young at the Archery Trade Association Show in Indianapolis back in January and we instantly hit if off. We would see each other again a month later in Florida at what will now be the venue for our first ever, out of state, HHAUSA shoot in 2024. Travelling for Centershot Blue, an archery ministry that is introducing the sport in cities across the country through the world of law enforcement, Young and I became fast friends. We connected for a third time at our Vortex event in April and it's safe to say the Wisconsin native is officially part of the HHAUSA family.Growing up in The Badger State, Rick picked up a love for the outdoors well before he could drive a car and loves spending time hunting and fishing with friends and family. Firefighting and EMS work ran in his family and so it was a natural career path for Young when he finished school. One of those early jobs also required a law enforcement background and Rick soon found himself wearing all three of those hats and serving his community.A near fatal accident where he was sideswiped in his squad by an 18-wheeler and a bout with cancer just months later would help to bring Rick out of a dark place and closer to his faith. With a clean bill of health and new outlook on life, Young now wants to help others by sharing his story and love of the outdoors with the help of the Centershot Blue program. We are excited to partner with them in 2024 and meet more folks like Rick who have overcome adversity thanks to a bow and arrow.Stay tuned as well for an upcoming film early next year with Young, HHAUSA Podcast alumni Aaron Scheer and Chad Stillman and others as we chronicle their September 2023 Colorado elk hunt.To learn more about Centershot Blue, visit their website at www.centershotblue.orgFor more information about HHAUSA and how you can support our mission, visit www.hhausa.orgTo purchases HHAUSA hats, shirts, challenge coins and tumblers, visit www.hhasports.com
Welcome September!Woah…did August fly by or what? I feel like I've been living in a Vortex of Love, Joy, Success, Abundance, Fun, and Pleasure recently!!! Vibing High and have had the most beautiful conversations. And this is NORMAL!This is how it gets to be…all of the time, Test! So often we feel like we have to choose. We get stuck in an “either-or” frequency and so we sacrifice in one area of our life to find a sense of peace in another. All the while, never truly making real progress. Let me set the record straight, right here, right now!It gets to be BOTH AND!You get to have fun AND be successful. You get to feel abundant AND enjoy the simple pleasures of life! Lay down any beliefs telling you otherwise.
This week, Sam and Jason stomp on the topic of fuzz boxes, distortion pedals, gain, and direct-into-the-board breakup. It's a "distorted" episode, with weigh-ins from the Clickhead live chat and discussions of Neil Young, Marty McFly, Os Mutantes, Sonny Sharrock, and the mystical, mysteriously far-out visions of musical gear inventor, computer animator, and musician CCDB. Plus, the duo dish on Band Shirt Day and share their cover of The X-Files theme via Perpetual Doom. Originally taped live via the WASTOIDS YouTube, aired August 30, 2023. Originally taped live via the WASTOIDS YouTube, aired August 30, 2023. Call us anytime at 1-877-WASTOIDS. More podcasts and videos at WASTOIDS.com | Follow us on Instagram and YouTube.
Junte-se a nós pelo portal para dentro do Vortex ao lado de Jazz Rider e Katiucha Barcelos . E tudo sobre salmonella. === A Alura vai te reconhecer como Jujuber se você clicar aqui: alura.com.br/promocao/jujubacast === GRUPO SECRETO ESTÁ DE VOLTA !!! Vem fazer parte jujubacast.com/grupo === Adquira seu exemplar do livro os 500 maiores álbuns brasileiros de todos os tempos : https://podcastdiscotecabasica.com/livro/ === Apresentação: Jazz Rider Convidados: Katiucha Barcelos Produção: Thyara Castro Edição, pós-produção e mixagem: Roberto Oksman de Aragão Ilustração da capa: Rafael Nagai
Mark Boardman of Vortex Optics joins Gun Talk Hunt's Kevin “KJ” Jarnagin on this episode to discuss keeping your gear loadout lightweight for backcountry hunts. The guys are discussing the brand new Vortex Razor HD 13-39x56 Spotting Scopes (straight or angled versions), their shared passion for backcountry hunting, Vortex's commitment to hunters and much more. This Gun Talk Hunt is brought to you by Vortex Optics and Range Ready Studios. Copyright ©2023 Freefire Media, LLC Gun Talk Hunt 08.31.23
Listen to the Show Right Click to Save Guests Deaf Austin Theatre The Laramie ProjectThe VORTEX MotherTree What We Talked About Little Shop (Bleu/Wu) Drunk Shakespeare Unionizes Tiananmen Musical Lead backs out of Tiananmen SB 12 Covid is back Cursed Child $9.75 Tickets Deaf West Musical Tick Tick Boom NPHThank you to Dean Johanesen, lead singer of "The Human Condition" who gave us permission to use "Step Right Up" as our theme song, so please visit their website.. they're good! (that's an order)
Katiucha Barcelos e Pedro Pinheiro [voz de Rodrigo Góes] AKA "Odeio" comentam notícias e curiosidades da cultura pop e afins no primeiro episódio do Vortex Podcast. Vem entrar no Vortex: https://open.spotify.com/show/0zLUAET9wfl7hz23eXVtCd Apresentação: Katiucha Barcelos. Instagram: @katbarcelos | Twitter/X: @katiuchaConvidado: Pedro Pinheiro. Instagram: @ped_pinheiro | Twitter/X: @OdeioNoPlural Links comentados no episódio:- Anúncio do Fyre Festival 2 na EW: https://ew.com/music/music-festivals/billy-mcfarland-announces-fyre-festival-2-ticket-sales/ - Vídeo do criador do Fyre Festival:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URtBbKzgeO4 - Venda de ingressos para o Fyre Festival 2 (por favor não comprem): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URtBbKzgeO4 - Tiktoker belga finge a própria morte e surpreende família no funeral: https://revistaforum.com.br/global/2023/6/14/video-influenciador-finge-propria-morte-chega-ao-funeral-de-helicoptero-137662.html - Entrevista Ayo Edebiri: https://www.backstage.com/magazine/article/ayo-edebiri-the-bear-interview-photoshoot-76392/ - Letterboxd Ayo Edebiri: https://letterboxd.com/fumilayo/ - Matéria que cita apontamentos sobre esconder sua personalidade no trabalho: https://www.inc.com/jessica-stillman/are-your-employees-covering-up-their-true-selves.html=== Produção: Thyara Castro Edição, pós-produção e mixagem: Roberto Oksman de Aragão Ilustração da capa: Marília Nascimento
Modestly priced, the Ruger RPR's performance is anything but. In fact, it's a standout. There was a time at Vortex when it seemed a new RPR would show up daily. The accuracy, performance and price were simply too good not to own one. Mark Boardman, Jimmy Hamilton, and Ryan Muckenhirn chat through this anomaly in the firearm space and why it's so dang good.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Imagine a place where the universe provides your best possible life… Rob has found this magical place, and he calls it: THE ABUNDANCE VORTEX. In this state of being, your energy is so high, that every part of your existence is amazing. You are provided answers to questions you've asked, and even ones you haven't. You attract the things you need, and even incredible things you didn't know you wanted or needed. We all have the ability to create our very own abundance vortex that continues to serve up astounding experiences over and over again. It is an elusive state that Rob has spent many years perfecting to the point where he now lives within it every single day. In this episode, he will share his tried and true formula for seeking out the abundance vortex and staying there indefinitely. Learn more about this episode. Subscribe to Dyrdek Machine Join our Machinist Community Want to be on the show? Sign up here!
Life can be complex. Choosing a reticle shouldn't be. Mark Boardman, Jimmy Hamilton, and Nick Laufenberg dive into hunting reticles. From simple plex, to more detailed first focal plane reticles with mrad or moa hashmarks and a windage tree in the lower hemisphere – they cover the who, what, where, when, why to get you on target.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Many of us have a drive to perfect everything. In this vortex of self-improvement, we can lose sight of how beautiful we, and those around us, already are.Sam has taught mindfulness and social emotional learning to teens, families and adults all over the world for more than 12 years. She obtained her master's degrees in clinical and educational psychology from Columbia University, and an M.S. in emotion science from Mid-Sweden University. You can reach out to Sam on Instagram here!Try the Headspace app free for 30 days here!
This week, we're welcoming a SUPER special guest to the Vortex: Elle's sweet soul sister, Kyla Romero. As you'll soon discover, Kyla and Elle share the gift of walking through the world with a high level of WONDER for this life and all that it holds - and sometimes, it sends them into a spiral of pure existentialism, lolz. We love them for it! They immediately have a full-stop moment for how meta it is to have a conversation for the sake of presenting it to an audience. That sends them into some profound musings on social media, parasocial relationships, imposter syndrome, and enoughness. They touch on how not only valid but essential it is to listen to your body when a school or work situation isn't right for you. They also hold space for a PROFOUND reflection on the ways spirituality can become detrimental when we only focus on the "5d," AKA the love and light. Kyla beautifully reminds us that light needs shadow, and shares vulnerably about how she discovered this through the process of grieving her mom. This is a chat filled with accents, giggles, big love, and big realness. We love you! Connect with Kyla: @mr.smileys_ If you feel compelled to take a moment to rate, review, follow, and subscribe to the pod wherever you listen, we would be eternally grateful! Follow us on Instagram for updates, reels, and community: instagram.com/thesacredvortexpodcast Our stunning theme music was composed by Nyla Smith. Follow her at https://www.instagram.com/nylacappella/ + www.nyla-smith.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesacredvortexpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesacredvortexpodcast/support
Tom and Joey are joined by Vortex Optics' Product Experience Manager Mark Boardman, they bring you the latest from Vortex, they discuss the importance of optics when hunting, and they run down all the biggest local fishing opportunities. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Spaghetti Shootout is back for season two and better than ever. With Jimmy Hamilton at the helm of this meatball-packed episode, Mark Boardman and Ryan Muckenhirn debate audience submitted topics — most of which are frankly, a little weird. Can Mark break his losing streak? Tune in to find out. As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Water seems to run uphill, and people's height appears to change from one end of a plank to another. Is it a fantastic optical illusion, or a mysterious force? Opinions vary. (Gold Hill, Jackson County; 1930s) (For text and pictures, see https://offbeatoregon.com/1002d_OregonVortex.html)
What's up love doves! Welcome back to the BNP and thank you for supporting, showing up and sharing some headspace with me. This ep features a recent Barbarian Yak Fest stream (I do Yakstreams on Rokfin most Friday AM's from 9-10AM AZ time) about the developing situation on Maui. I have a good brother up mauka on the island in one of the impact zones and I have been tracking the event closely. There are way too many bizarre oddities surrounding these fires that make zero sense. The alarm system having been deactivated coupled with the fire hydrants being emptied and water having been shut down to Lahaina points to arson. Police had blocked all the exits out of Lahaina and were funneling people onto Front St. as the fires approached. This looks like a land grab for sure, but also something much darker. Slight format shift alert moving forward beloveds: I am going to be releasing more content from my Rokfin video show, Barbarian Yak Fest, on the RSS feed, because I'm creating a lot of content and want to get it out there. This ep does feature a zany audio tidbit, because I care, but not all the Yak Fest shares will. Don't fret: I will still be releasing the OG classic BNP eps every 2-3 weeks. Thanks for joining friends. Links to support the show are below.Stay strong.One Love, little raven kawww TRACKLIST FOR THIS EPISODERoyalty Free Explainer Corporate Music Dykotomi - Corvid CrunkAkin x Living Room - Directions (Mix)Monblume - AlquimiaChill Radio - Calm Your Anxiety (Lo Fi Mix)Soulection Radio #605Alan Watts - A.I. and the Future of Communication (Talk)Suduaya - Green TaraSupport the showIf you dig the pod, check out the adjacent video show w/ Dr. Sylvie: https://rokfin.com/BarbarianYakFestFind me on IG: barbarian_noetics Help me stay on the air: patreon.com/noeticsDirect Donate on Cash App: $BarbarianRavenOne time donation: buymeacoffee.com/noetics.Spread the word and tell a friend. Remember to set the BNP on Auto Download after you subscribe. I appreciate you all.Let's elevate the human spirit! FAIR USE DISCLAIMER:Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976 allows for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, education and research."The good things of prosperity are to be wished; but the good things that belong to adversity are to be admired." - Lucius Annaeus Seneca
Hunting Alaska is logistically complex. Its location, remoteness, varied terrain, modes of transportation and bears add extra layers to the hunt planning process. Mark Boardman, Erik Barber, and Sawer Briel from Vortex, along with Brad Brooks from Argali, use their Sitka blacktail hunt as the framework to cover valuable Alaska hunt planning tips. The goal? To help you line out your AK adventure. As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Crazy terrain, giant bears, extreme weather, lots of shooting, big bucks, bonking out, and a little barf — this hunt had it all. Listen to the Vortex crew to get the behind-the-scenes story of their epic Kodiak Island Sitka blacktail hunt. As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Brought to you by Rip Curl...Jack 'The Vortex Shaman' Robinson held his nerve and showed tremendous GRIT to get the job done in Tahiti in what is surely the greatest performance of the year. But what happened to Ethan Ewing? Has Filipe Toledo cast off the puckered anus hovering above his world title campaign? Can Caity Simmers capitalise on her mind-melting rookie season to win a world title? And what now of the GOAT, who narrowly came undone in one of the heats of the event, at Chopes?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Federal funding for school-based archery and hunter education programs has been eliminated. Why? Good question. Mark grabs the Archery Trade Association's Dan Forester to give us the backstory, along with steps you can take to help. These programs are profoundly important and enrich the lives of youths who participate. They build and promote life skills, friendships, self-esteem, firearm safety and more. Take action. You can make a difference.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
For years there was one cartridge question a deer hunter had to ask themselves. .270 or 30-06? Both have strong merits. Is there a right answer? Mark Boardman and Ryan Muckenhirn sent rounds down range into gel to tackle this highly debated cartridge comparison. The results might surprise you. Frankly, neither of them like the outcome. And that's where this podcast begins.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast