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Les Talks du Wagon
Episode 107: Victor Prigent, Co-Founder de Matera

Les Talks du Wagon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 49:01


Dans ce nouvel épisode, nous sommes ravis de recevoir Victor Prigent, Co-Founder de Matera, la plateforme qui simplifie la gestion de copropriété.Créée en 2017, par un ancien alumni du Wagon Lille, Matera est une start-up à forte croissance qui révolutionne le secteur bien poussiéreux des syndics de copropriété.Matera permet aux copropriétaires de se passer d'un syndic professionnel pour la gestion de leur immeuble en remettant au goût du jour un modèle laissé aux oubliettes : le syndic coopératif. Grâce à Matera, les copropriétaires gèrent eux-mêmes leur immeuble rapidement et sereinement.Matera a déjà séduit plus de 5 000 copropriétés partout en France et ambitionne de se lancer sur des marchés européen !Tout de suite, retour sur le parcours de notre invité Victor Prigent dans un nouvel épisode des talks du Wagon.Excellente écoute à tous !Musique & réalisation : yoann.saunier.me Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Bible Baptist Church of Rossville, GA
When God Loads Your Wagon - Sunday AM

Bible Baptist Church of Rossville, GA

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 48:07


Dr. Ricky Gravley - A message given Sunday Morning at Bible Baptist Church

Quoi de Meuf
#182 - Les algorithmes veulent-ils la peau des féministes ?

Quoi de Meuf

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 54:36


Cet épisode a été réalisé en partenariat avec le Wagon, organisme de formation digitale ouvert à tous.tes pour apprendre à coder.Cette semaine, dans Quoi de Meuf, on se demande si les algorithmes veulent la peau des féministes. L'histoire des sciences informatiques est riche de pionnières à l'instar d'Ada Lovelace, Hedy Lamarr ou encore Grace Hopper. Pourtant, leurs contributions ont été invisibilisées et aujourd'hui cette invisibilisation se poursuit dans les entreprises de la tech où le gender gap continue d'affecter les femmes et sur les réseaux sociaux ou les femmes et les personnes LGBTQ+ sont affectées par les biais algorithmiques.Alors, l'informatique est-elle neutre? Qu'est-ce que c'est un algorithme? Comment impactent-ils notre usage des réseaux sociaux? Comment lutter contre ces biais? Clémentine Gallot et Anne-Laure Pineau décortiquent ces points et vous en parlent dans ce nouvel épisode de Quoi de Meuf.-Le Wagon est un organisme de formations intensives qui accompagne les personnes qui souhaitent se lancer ou s'épanouir dans une carrière dans la tech. Leur ambition : démontrer que le secteur est accessible à toutes et tous, quel que soit le genre, le milieu d'origine, la situation pro et perso, etc.Le Wagon propose des formations en Développement Web et en Data Science dans 8 villes françaises dont Paris, Lille, Bordeaux, Nantes et Lyon. Et organise tous les mois des ateliers gratuits d'introduction au code et à la data science." -Références entendues dans l'épisode : Lack of females in drug dose trials leads to overmedicated women par Yasmin Anwar pour Berkeley News. États-Unis : la reconnaissance faciale accusée de favoriser les biais racistes par Maxime Tellier pour France Culture. Des youtubeurs LGBT attaquent YouTube pour discrimination par Léa Polverini pour Slate. (2019)Apple : sa carte de crédit est-elle sexiste ? de Forbes. (2019)Féminisme et réseaux sociaux d'Elvire Duvelle-Charles. (2022)Clit revolution de Sarah Constantin et Elvire Duvelle-Charles. (2019)Instagram de Clit revolution. Instagram de Jouissance Club. Instagram de spmtamere.Censure : des créatrices de contenus délaissent Instagram pour Patreon d'Anna Cuxac pour Causette. (2021)Les oubliées du numérique d'Isabelle Collet. (2019)Des ordis, des souris et des hommes de Victoire Tuaillon dans les Couilles sur la Table. (2020)De l'autre côté de la machine d'Aurélie Jean. (2019)Computer Grrrls, l'expo qui veut en finir avec les « boy's clubs » de la tech par Margaux Dussert pour l'ADN. (2019) Gender Scan dans l'innovation par Global Contact. (2022)500 euros le premier entretien, 1 000 pour le suivant... le nouveau prix à payer pour espérer recruter dans la tech par Marine Protais pour l'ADN. (2022)Startups françaises : les équipes mixtes grandes gagnantes des levées de fonds de BCG et de Sista. (2022)The State of European Tech. (2021)Geena Davis announces 'Spellcheck for Bias' tool to redress gender imbalance in movies d'Andrew Pulver. (2019)Lesbians who tech & Allies. Ada Tech School. Opération les Ingénieuses.Féministes contre le cyberharcèlement.Millenium de Stieg Larsson. (2006)Stranger Things de Matt et Ross Duffer. (2016)Her de Spike Jonze. (2014)Westworld de Jonathan Nolan et Lisa Joy. (2016)Traque sur internet d'Irwin Winkler. (1995)Hedy Lamarr : from Extase to Wifi d'Alexandra Dean. (2017)Nos cœurs si loin d'Elaine Castillo. (2022)Les choses sont contre nous de Lucy Ellmann. (2022)Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes. Rédaction en chef : Clémentine Gallot. Journaliste chroniqueuse : Anne-Laure Pineau. Mixage et montage : Laurie Galligani. Prise de son Adrien Beccaria à l'Arrière boutique. Générique réalisé par Aurore Mahieu. Réalisation et coordination : Cassandra de Carvalho et Mathilde Jonin.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Cowboy Tracks
Cowboy Tracks June 24 2022 Easy on the ears

Cowboy Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 58:00


This episode of Cowboy Tracks is purt-near guaranteed to be easy on the ears. (Rebroadcast). Song Title  Artist  Album Wagon Trail (instrumental) Linda Martinez Solo Instruments 1, Piano & Guitar Blues on the Trail Gary Allegretto Blues on the Trail The Cowboy's Demise (poem) Gary Robertson Word Wranglin Cow Cow Boogie Hot Texas Swing Band Off the Beaten Trail From Whence Came the Cowboy Sons of the San Joaquin From Whence Came the Cowboy The Scat Yodel Leelee Robert Jewel of the West Colorado Trail Syd Masters Sunset on the Rio Grande Revisited Country Melody Marleen Bussma Saddle Up for Cowboy Poetry A Matter of Time Patty Clayton Originals from a Matter of Time Swing a Cowboy Song Journey West California Trails Ranch Rain (poem) Mark Munzert Day Workin' Best Dang Life Marvin O'Dell California Trails Sage and Sand Wylie & the Wild West Ridin' the Hi-Line Last Stand of the Tallgrass Prairie Tallgrass Express String Band Clean Curve of Hill Against Sky Ridin' the Sage Dave Stamey Campfire Waltz Across the Great Divide  Kenn Lee The Long Way Home Wait for the Wagon (instrumental) The Trail Band Trails End

Beers with Nigel
Act 70: At the convergence of wagon trails and beer

Beers with Nigel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 82:07


Jessie Rose isn't burper. There you go. That's your breaking news for the week. What Jessie is though, is co-owner and head brewer for 3 Trails Brewing in Independence, Mo. Nigel and Nick are close to rounding out their tour of Eastern Jackson County, Mo breweries and sit down with Jessie to talk about his road from Kansas City to Michigan and back again to help open this brewery and tap room located in President Harry S. Truman's old stomping grounds. Mystery beers consumed: Trains & Gains, Grains & Taps; State Wide Hazy Pale Ale, 4 Hands Brewing Co.; Bicycle Daze, 3 Trails Brewing Co.; and Alohops tropical milkshake IPA, Pathlight Brewing.

Hats, Tats & Stats
HTS 92: The Aves are a wagon, the Bandits fall short, the PLL is heating up, and more!

Hats, Tats & Stats

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


Episode 92: Stanley Cup, NLL Finals, the PLL Is heating up, and we talk some coaching ideas and player technique on this episode of Hats, Tats, and Stats Check out our Sponsor Buffalo Freddy for all your party rental needs from tents and chairs to bounce houses and water slides! www.BuffaloFreddy.com Find us out on social media: Contact us: HatTatStatPodcast@gmail.com Twitter - @HatsTatsStats and @TITS4HTSP Instagram - @HTS_Pod and @tits4HTSP Facebook – Hats, Tats, and Stats Podcast and TITS- Totally Indisputable Team Ranking System

Autoline Daily
AD #3351 - Peugeot Aims New 408 Fastback at SUV Buyers; VW Teases New EV Sedan; BMW Reveals 1st Ever M3 Wagon

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 9:49


- GM Accelerates EV Production Plans- Ford's Spain Plant to Produce Next-Gen EVs- Toyota Slashes Production…Again- Toyota and Redwood Partner on EV Battery Recycling- Volkswagen Teases New ID. AERO Electric Sedan- Peugeot Aims New 408 Fastback at SUV Buyers - IIHS: Pandemic Lockdowns Made Risky Driving New Normal- BMW Introduces 1st Ever M3 Wagon- Porsche Struggled to Incorporate Brand DNA In the Cayenne

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3351 - Peugeot Aims New 408 Fastback at SUV Buyers; VW Teases New EV Sedan; BMW Reveals 1st Ever M3 Wagon

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 9:49


- GM Accelerates EV Production Plans - Ford's Spain Plant to Produce Next-Gen EVs - Toyota Slashes Production…Again - Toyota and Redwood Partner on EV Battery Recycling - Volkswagen Teases New ID. AERO Electric Sedan - Peugeot Aims New 408 Fastback at SUV Buyers  - IIHS: Pandemic Lockdowns Made Risky Driving New Normal - BMW Introduces 1st Ever M3 Wagon - Porsche Struggled to Incorporate Brand DNA In the Cayenne

More Than A Mile
Bowerman Blueberries' family-run farm and market hand-pick their bushes to ensure quality and flavor. Andrew VanTil, co-owner, joins Nick to talk blueberries (including wine), diversifying business, and connecting with customers through Market Wagon.

More Than A Mile

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 34:13


Episode 14 Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (00:01): Today, we're gonna have a conversation with Andrew VanTil of Bowerman Blueberry Farm and Farm Market. They're in West Michigan and if you have tasted blueberries that you bought from Walmart or Kroger, you probably tasted their blueberries at one point or another. So how does a farm who has national distribution in some of the largest retailers in the country, find the value in connecting directly with you on Market Wagon so that you can know their farm, their name, and chat with them so that you can know where your food came from. Happy 4th of July and enjoy the episode. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (00:35): Welcome to More Than A Mile, a local food podcast from Market Wagon, focused on connecting you to local food through farmer stories from across America. I'm Nick Carter, your host, a farmer and CEO and co-founder of Market Wagon. We are your online farmers market with a mission to enable food producers to thrive in their local and regional markets. Food is so much more than just nutrients and calories. It's actually the fabric that holds us together. And I look forward to crafting a generational quilt of farmer stories and experiences, the victories and challenges of individuals, families, and teams doing their part to help democratize food in America. Thanks for joining me for this episode of More Than A Mile, and thank you for buying local food. It's one critical step in making an investment in food for future generations. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:26): Well, my guest today is Andrew VanTil from Bowerman Blueberries in Michigan. And welcome to the show, Andrew. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (01:34): Good morning, Nick. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:35): Great to have you here. Thanks for joining. So this is our 4th of July episode. We're coming up on the middle of the summer. Is that holiday, does that have a big spike for you guys or what kind of impact does that have on your farm? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (01:48): Oh man. 4Th of July. It's really the start of the season for us. You know, we start harvesting blueberries about a week after the 4th of July. But I think it--I think it really signifies the start of summer for a lot of people. You know, it, here in Michigan, it's, you know, cherries become available right around the 4th of July. We start harvesting blueberries about a week after everybody's out of school, everybody's in summer mode and, you know, for us, it really, it kicks off the summer of amazing Michigan produce. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:21): Awesome. And blueberries are your main thing. Is there anything else you guys grow? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (02:26): So we have dabbled in a lot of things. We have grown strawberries here on the farm. We've grown raspberries on the farm, we've grown pumpkins, you know, it's all been a matter of you know, figuring out how to bring customers in, not only during this time during the 4th of July when things are really busy, but you know, kind of extending that experience out into other parts of the summer. So, you know, we used to grow asparagus to kick things off really early. That was--that was hard. I'm not gonna lie . And like I said, we then moved into, we did some strawberries, we've done some raspberries, you know, we've tried a lot of different things. And what we found is that, you know, everything that you grow, everything that you do on the farm, it requires a lot of passion, you know, and for us, our passion is definitely it's definitely in blueberries. So while we have done a lot of different things and we've allocated a lot of different space on the farm for different fruits right now we're back to what we started with, and that is blueberries. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:27): Sticking with the core. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (03:28): That's right. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:29): Okay. And one of the things I've heard you say, I wanna get a little bit into your family farming background, and I've heard you say farming is family. Tell me about that phrase, how that works into your colloquial. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (03:43): Yeah. So we know that better than anyone here at Bowerman's, you know we are truly your quintessential family farm. I--right now Bowerman is run by me, my sister-in-law and my brother-in-law. Mom and dad still live here on the farm. They're pushing their mid seventies and, you know, they're honestly still the hardest workers on the farm. And I, I don't think they're ever they're ever gonna quit which is great because we absolutely love having them around. But it, as, you know, as we've grown, we've taken in even more you know, more family members. So now I have another brother-in-law, who's working here at the farm. We're starting to see our nieces and nephews get to the age where they're working at our farmer's markets. They're working at our restaurants, you know all the way from from doing dishes at the restaurant to helping on the back of the harvester here on the farm. You know, it's, it really is a, a family effort. And as it's been harder to get you know, employees and good, good people on the farm sometimes, you know, families who you have to rely on. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (04:47): Yeah, for sure. Very reliable. And I wanna get into, you've mentioned restaurants and farmer's markets and I wanna get into how you've diversified your business, but for a second, I kind of wanna just lean in on the farm side. So we've talked about all the different things you've grown in the past. Talk to me a little bit about blueberries. This is a permaculture, right? These are bushes. How long do they last? How long do you--how long before you have to replace the plant? What's that process look like on your farm? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (05:19): Yeah, so blueberries are a little bit different than a lot of other fruits and trees and that kind of stuff. So our farm was actually started in 1954. The first bushes were planted back in 1954, and some of those bushes are still here today. So...Yeah. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (05:37): Really? Okay. It's more like an orchard then? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (05:38): It, it is. Yeah. And it's you know, it's one of the longest standing industries in Michigan in terms of farming. And there are bushes that are here in Michigan that have been alive and been harvested for the last 80 years. You know, it's, as far as we know, as long as you keep up on, you know, proper nutrition on trimming the bushes and you know, harvesting 'em and that kind of stuff. As far as we know blueberry plants will continue to produce for as long as you take care of 'em, it's not like some other crops where, you know, after 10 or 15 years, you have to rip the plant out and kind of redo it. So definitely a permaculture here. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (06:16): Fascinating, fascinating. And you know, I've got a small farm in Indy. We've tried to diversify a lot of different things. One of the things we've tried and not done very well with here has been berries. More--we tried blueberries, the deer got all of them. We've tried raspberries and blackberries and we get some, but I think there's a difference between our climate and yours. Can you talk about why Michigan just produces so much in the berry crop and so much better produce? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (06:45): ? Yeah. Well, and of course I'm gonna be a little bit biased. I'm gonna say the best blueberries definitely come from West Michigan. But there's a lot, there's a lot of different factors that, that go into that. You know, I think the reason why the industry was kind of started here blueberries are--blueberries have an affinity to sandy acidic soil. And so when you're on the lake shore of West Michigan that's what we have here. We have sandy acidic soil. And so blueberries naturally thrive in the soil here. And then on top of that, we have the climate, you know, so blueberries take a lot of chill hours during the winter. So there are some varieties that are grown in Mexico and Peru, and that kind of stuff that are kind of an all season crop. They can grow them and they can harvest them at any time. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (07:30): But the reason that they've been so successful in Michigan is because the blueberry plant naturally needs to go into a dormancy period. It needs to hibernate for a little bit. And so in Michigan we get those chill hours. We get that winter and then it really needs an even climate. So one of the things that the lake does for us is it helps to moderate that climate a little bit, you know, instead of the big temperature swings if it's really hot out, generally, the lake is a little bit cooler and we're getting a nice full breeze, you know, off the lake. It also delays our crop a little bit. So, you know, here in Michigan when you're closer to the lake shore you're growing degree days and the things that that make your bush ready and mature are a little bit pushed back the closer you are to the lake. And we really are a mile and a half off the lake shore. We're in this perfect storm of climate and amazing soil. And then--and you know, bush blueberries are natural here in the Northern Michigan. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (08:32): Yeah. I'll keep trying to get berries to grow on our little Central Indiana farm here mainly for our own kids to have to go out and pick through some thorns. It builds character--but I'm still gonna be buying berries from you guys for sure. Because we can't get the blueberries to grow here and there's just a difference in quality--it is appreciable. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (08:54): Well, and you mentioned of struggling to get any with the deer and stuff. And I get customers every year that come and buy blueberry bushes from the farm and they're like, oh, I'm gonna set up, you know, two or three in my front yard and I'm gonna harvest some blueberries off of it. And you know, I say, well, honestly the, I hope you're there. I hope you're getting 'em for looks because you're gonna fight with the birds. You're gonna fight with the deer. And I think the only reason that we end up with any bit of a crop is just because we have so many that the birds and the deer leave full. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (09:22): Yeah. I've heard that you have to just plant enough--you can't try and keep the birds and deer away, you just have to plan enough that they get full and you still have something to harvest. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (09:29): Essentially, yeah. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (09:31): Really? We, yeah, we fight with the deer a lot. We're in a, kind of an urban forest area. So deer and raccoons. Do you do any sweet corn? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (09:42): We don't. Nope, no traditional row crops. We don't do sweet corn or soybeans or anything like that. 100% blueberries and specialty crops. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (09:50): Cool. Sweet corn is something that raccoon can smell them ripening and it is infuriating . All right. So you said blueberries, it sounds like that's the staple--kind of that's the fuel that drives everything. Are there any other crops, does the, the fall comes along that you're gonna be harvesting? Is there any other specialty crops that you do have there that are--that you're picking? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (10:14): You know, for the last couple years we've put a couple acre plot of pumpkins in, and again, this is that's really to kind of enhance and extend that customer experience, you know, to let them come in the fall. We make donuts at our farm market. We do a, you know, like sometimes we'll do a, U-pick pumpkin thing or, you know, just be, be that hub for people to come and get their fall decor, and to, you know, still be able to really visit the farm. And like I said, get some bakery items, get some ice cream, you know, having a family experience. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (10:49): So we obviously love delivering your food all over the Indiana area and Michigan to customer's doorsteps. We have the online farmer's market on Market Wagon, but sounds like there is quite an experience for the customer to come to your farm. Talk about all the things that if somebody wants to hear this podcast and--in addition to ordering from you on Market Wagon regularly--make a day trip out of it, what would they experience? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (11:16): Well. So our farm has been growing over the last couple of years and and so we put a farmer's market here on site that has has a full bakery. So we specialize obviously in blueberry donuts. That's one of our number one products, you know, it's kind of what has put us on the map and made us famous. We put a lot of care and effort into those things. But we've also, I mean, we started making, we make our own pies from scratch. We do things like muffins and breads and, you know, we're--with the addition of the restaurant--we've started doing things like handmade cheesecakes and, you know, different kinds of hand pies and that kind of stuff. But when you come to the farm, you get to not only obviously see the agriculture in its true form, you get to come. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (12:00): And we have you pick available on the farm. You can bring your family here. You can, you can pick as many blueberries as you want to, to take home with you. We have a full ice cream shop here at the farm. We have a retail store. We do events, you know you know, you talk, we talked a little bit about July fourth. We do a summer harvest celebration pretty shortly after that, you know, we bring face painters and, you know, all sorts of different bouncy house and different activities here to the farm because really, you know, we're in the business of making memories and making traditions, you know, so that, that farm experience, that agritourism that has been growing in the last 10 years we've really embraced that and we're looking ahead to what the next step in that is. And that, you know, sometimes we host a lot of school events and school field trips and that kind of stuff. And I could definitely see us in the future, even hosting things like corporate events and potentially weddings and, you know, like there are so many things that are on the docket to really look at in the future. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (13:04): That's awesome. That's really cool. I'm gonna have to make a trip up there. It's only a couple of hours. Yeah. So talk to me about off farm. You, you've also gotten, you know, your blueberries are in other bakeries. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (13:17): Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, as a, as a small family farm one of the things that we have to do is we have to carve out a niche in this, in this huge, you know, industrial complex of a, of a produce market. And for us, that niche has been quality. You know, we're, we're a hundred acre blueberry farm which it, you know, it's big, but at the same time, it it's it's very small compared to a lot of the farms that are out there. And so one of the things that we've done to carve out that niche for ourself has been to hyper-specialize in quality. You know one of the things that Market Wagon provides for us is just an amazing logistics network. You know, it allows us to take orders from people all week long. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (14:00): And the day before we are ready to bring those blueberries down to Indy or to any one of the different hubs for Market Wagon we're out there harvesting those berries that day, you know, so we harvest 'em, we get 'em in the cooler that night. And then the next morning we get 'em packaged into, you know, whether it's a pint or a box that is getting shipped out. And so it's--Market Wagon has been able to reduce the amount of time that it takes to go from field to somebody's fridge. And that's key. I mean, blueberries are a perishable product. They have a great shelf life, but you know, the quicker that we can get 'em into people's hands, the better quality of a product that they're gonna have as well, because we can let those blueberries sit on the bushes a little bit longer, develop a little bit more sugars, get a little bit of that better flavor profile, you know, compared to maybe some other traditional sales methods where, you know, we have to pick 'em a little more ahead of time because we're shipping 'em to Texas and they're gonna be, you know, in a cooler for a week or something. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (15:01): And if you've gotta put 'em in a cooler for a week that you kind of need to keep them from getting too ripe, right? Cause ripe fruit is tender fruit and doesn't ship as well. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (15:13): Absolutely. And and not only is it tender, but blueberries specifically are very finicky. I mean, you're dealing with something that, you know, you could have anywhere from 200 to a thousand of them in a pound, you know, compare that to something like apples, where a pound of apples, you might have one apple , you know, and it's, it's really easy. That's a big apple to, yeah. It's easy to do quality control on a single apple, but when you're, when you're doing quality control on a thousand blueberries you know, it's, it's a lot, it's a lot harder. And so our, our machinery, our equipment is very specialized you know, in dealing with that and keeping quality up it's, it's a constant struggle, you know, especially with, with weather, with all the different, you know, different things that can affect quality. It's our job really to, to maintain that. And part of that is maintaining cold chain on the way to the customer and, you know, picking the fruit when it's, when it's at its, you know, peak ripeness, but also, you know, it can withstand the, the little bit of, of bumping that it's gonna take from getting picked. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (16:15): So, yeah. Tell me, gimme a picture. It was when I think when the average customer thinks of picking blueberries, they see you reaching your hand into the bush and grabbing a blueberry fruit off of there. I'm imagining this is probably a little bit more sophisticated than that. Is it a shaking method with a conveyor underneath or what's the pick method look like? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (16:34): So we have several different ones. We do machine harvest some stuff but everything that goes to our retail outlets, anything that goes to Market Wagon or goes to our own farmer's market or anything like that that's all gonna be handpicked fruit and the reason...yeah. The reason for that is quality is so much higher in handpicked fruit. Because like you described, we have machines that can pick blueberries and they go over top of the bush, they shake the bush fairly violently and those blueberries--as they fall onto the conveyor--they tend to get a little bit bruised. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (17:06): So that's gonna go into my blueberry pancakes, my blueberry donuts? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (17:09): Correct. So the majority, I would say 99% of the fruit that we machine harvest goes into our frozen line. So we wash them--the berries--immediately. We freeze them immediately before any of the bruising can really take effect on the fruit. And that's what goes into the five pound bags and the two pound bags of frozen. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (17:28): But if a, if a listeners, you know, here's this episode it's gonna drop around July 4th happy Independence Day. And, they order Bowerman Blueberries on Market Wagon and get 'em delivered. Those were hand picked for quality and freshness. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (17:43): 100%, 100% of our retail blueberries are hand picked and that's, Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (17:47): I'm blown away. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (17:48): That is a challenge in itself. I will tell you, I mean, with a hundred acres of blueberries, we will take on anywhere from 60 to 110 hand pickers in a year to accommodate getting that volume off. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (18:04): Wow. That's awesome. That's really cool. And, and it sounds like your parents are the hardest workers in that crew, right? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (18:14): Yeah. Again, they come from a different generation and you know, dad, when they, when they first started the farm, it was a struggle. And the blueberry industry wasn't well established and you know, they didn't have the logistics methods that we have today. So, I mean, for him, it was--it was growing blueberries during the day, and then it was packing them into a semi and driving them to Detroit at night. It was--and they did all that themselves. You know, we've grown today to be able to specialize in our different roles here on the farm. But I mean, one of the things that I love about being a farmer is that you really learn every different trade aspect, you know, being a farmer, Nick, and I'm sure, you know, this, it makes you become a plumber and an electrician and a builder, and, you know, and a social media marketer and a, you know, logistics, you know, person. I, I mean, there's just so many different Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (19:06): Facets and a soil scientist too, right? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (19:09): Oh yeah. Oh man. Absolutely. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (19:11): Yep. Test the pH levels and figure out how to amend. Oh yeah. Really cool. And what a Testament to the hustle and the entrepreneurial mindset of that last generation. I mean, like you said, picking by hand, building a market, driving at night to Detroit to get it going. And the legacy is here. It's what you've built today. Just a curious question. So your name is Andrew VanTil--where's Bowerman. Where does that fall in the family tree? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (19:36): Oh man. Bowerman. Bowerman lives with my wife. So I married into the family. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (19:41): I see. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (19:42): Oh yeah. And, you know, back when I first joined the farm, which was a little over 10 years ago, it was really more about hiring people that they could trust, you know, it was a growing... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (19:53): ...and they trusted their son-in-law. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (19:56): Yeah. Believe it or not, believe it or not, you know, marrying the daughter is one thing, but coming to work on the farm over, Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (20:02): But taking the blueberry farm over Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (20:03): that? Yeah. That's a whole 'nother ball game. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (20:06): A whole 'nother set of vows, right? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (20:07): Yeah. Oh, trust me, dad was very protective of his daughter, but you wanna talk about being protective of the farm that was a whole nother hurdle to jump . Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (20:17): Well, he's had those, he's had those plants since 1954, so... Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (20:20): That's right, exactly. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (20:21): Yeah. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (20:22): So, no, but it's you know, I joined the farm about 10 years ago, back then it was a growing industry and a growing farm. And so they needed people that they could trust. And I came from a background of sales and production and marketing. And so that's kind of what I jumped into when I came here. I take care of most of our our sales channels. So things like Market Wagon, things like retail markets and restaurants and stuff, but then also our more, you know, national markets. So we ship our blueberries to all the Piggly Wigglys and the Walmarts and the Krogers of the world all over the country. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (21:01): Wow. And so that's a direct relationship that doesn't go through, like a produce distributor or anything like that. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (21:06): We do have a marketing company that we work with that helps us to distribute because again the logistics--what you do on your side of things, Nick--it still amazes me to this day because the logistics side of things, it's a struggle, you know? And I mean, even with rising gas prices nowadays, it's getting trucks to deliver. That's a talent in itself. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (21:29): So it's, it's a fun challenge. And it's something that we know it's a challenge for farms. You know, you have been able, kudos you guys, to figure out how to be able to get distribution at a scale to, like you said, Krogers and Walmarts. But that direct to consumer relationship is really challenging because really the, the last mile, what we call the last mile distribution in Walmart, or in Kroger is the customer driving their car to the parking lot and putting a cart in their hands and pushing it down the aisle and for us to get it to their doorstep, to do that for them or for a farm to be able to do that, it's really challenging. So we've been excited to be able to bring that solution to farms like yours. And it's a great partnership. We love having you guys on board. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (22:09): Yeah. And that's definitely our favorite relationship to nurture, you know, for the farmer it is best to go direct to the consumer. And so, you know, whether that be through our farmer's market here on site or restaurant or an offsite farmer's market, or a sales channel like Market Wagon, you know, the best relationship and interaction that a farmer can have is direct to the consumer. And that's the best relationship a consumer can have too, because they then know where their food is coming from and the story behind it. You know, I think, I think the general consumer nowadays is far more interested in where's my, where's my food coming from, who's growing it? And do they care about what they're doing? You know, I mean, I have a four year old daughter that comes to the farm and, you know, she walks right up to a blueberry bush and that's what she wants to eat right off the bush. And so, you know, creating safe tasty produce is what we're passionate about. And I think it's what the people who shop on Market Wagon and the people who are coming to the farm to buy produce and have that experience--that's the type of customer they are. They are far more informed about what they're getting and also just want to develop that relationship. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (23:22): Yeah. And it's hard to get that relationship or to know, you know, because the shopper going down the aisle at a Walmart, you know, they're gonna feed that to their four year old daughter too, but there's an increasing I guess trepidation around, is this safe? What was put on it? What are the chemicals on this blueberry? And to know that we're sitting here talking to the guy who grows them and his daughter eats them right off the bush. And that means a lot. It means a lot to the people who can know that. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (23:49): Absolutely. And one of the cool things that Market Wagon offers is it offers that direct communication channel from the consumer, right to the farmer. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (23:58): So do you get a lot of questions that way? I mean, I know we have a chat right on our website, so customers can just hit you up. Do they light you up a lot? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (24:04): Absolutely. And thankfully I have a very dedicated team of people that are there to answer those questions, you know? And like we talked about how the average consumer is more informed. I I'm amazed at some of the questions that I get from people. You know, some of the people want to really know the intricacies of farming and of where again, where their produce comes from and the different farming methods that we use. You know, because again, we take a lot of steps to make sure that our food is safe, that our food is tasty, you know? And and that it's a very involved process that people want to feel like they're a part of. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (24:43): Very cool. Well, thank you for investing the time to answer those questions, to, you know, entertain that relationship and entertain those questions and the curiosities of the consumers, because it makes--that's what makes the experience on Market Wagon worthwhile. So thank you. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (24:58): Oh yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. We love it. We actually develop great relationships with with customers. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (25:06): Very cool. Well, this has been a really fun conversation. I appreciate you sharing your time with us. Is there, other than on Market Wagon, we've talked extensively that people can find you online at Market Wagon, they can chat with you on Market Wagon. Where else can people find Bowerman Blueberries and connect with you? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (25:21): Oh man. Well, my, my first response to that is--has got to be come to Michigan, you know, come to Michigan. It's, it's such a beautiful state, you know, and we're, we're positioned, like I said, we're about a mile and a half from the lake shore. You can't find a more beautiful town and a more beautiful area--it really is blueberry country around here. You know, if you drive right down the road from me, you're just gonna see acres and acres of blueberries. But we have a lot of different ways that people can find us. So of course, come to Michigan, come see our farm, come pick blueberries directly from the bush, come experience, you know, all the different things that we have to offer. We did just open up a restaurant in downtown Holland, Michigan. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (26:03): Again, it's an amazing cafe experience. It's beautiful windows wide open. We do breakfast and lunch there, and again, a full bakery and ice cream and all that kind of stuff. Market Wagon is gonna be the most convenient. I'll be honest. You know when you taste our products, you fall in love with them. The easiest way to get them to your front door is gonna be via Market Wagon. You know, it allows us to really spread that net out and reach customers that are in places that we never would've had the opportunity. So I have customers that vacation here in Holland, Michigan, and they fall in love with our products and I find out where they're from and I'm like, 'Hey, you're within a Market Wagon distribution network. So here's where you can find us--jump online, jump on Market Wagon. You know, we can deliver our products right to your door.' Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (26:52): I love to hear that. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (26:53): And we also I did mention that we're nationally sold in many different grocery stores. And that goes through our marketer who's North Bay Produce. And again, very passionate people about what they do. Amazing company that allows us to distribute our products all over the country. And again, that's another label that is a very safe and very trustworthy name in the grocery store. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (27:19): So if we're at a supermarket and we see North Bay Produce, we can know one of the farms that they are putting into those clamshells is from you and others that you know. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (27:31): Yup, exactly. There's about 11 other Michigan farmers and you know, we're all very close knit. We all help each other. We all keep each other in check and hold each other accountable. And so, yeah, it's a great network. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (27:43): It's a tight community. Farming is a small community. And I think that in and of itself, the relationship that happens between farmers is also why it's just so relational between farmers and then the consumers that are, that are drinking or that are eating the food you grow. Hey, I've got one more silly question and maybe you'll laugh at me and tell me no. Any chance that there's gonna be a blueberry wine in the future? Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (28:08): So we actually developed a blueberry wine last year. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (28:12): No way! Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (28:13): We did. Yeah. So... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (28:15): This was not planned. I--you didn't feed me this question. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (28:19): No, no, I sure didn't so that's been something that's been on our radar for a long time, and I will tell you that, you know, the licensing process for that, you know, whether it's just to sell a bottle of wine that you created or to have somebody be able to enjoy it on site. That's a--it's a long process and it's very, very involved. And we went, we went through that process at our farm market last year. We had a blueberry wine developed, again, it blew me away. So we work with a lot of different, amazing companies. And when you think blueberry wine, well, I mean, the first thing that comes to your mind is like, oh, it's gonna be a very sweet dessert wine. It's gonna be, you know, yeah... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (28:53): Fruit forward. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (28:54): Yeah, absolutely. And what we developed was a much darker red wine. It definitely has the blueberry notes right up front. It's definitely got an inherent sweetness. But it's a much more traditional red wine and it has, and it finishes like a red wine. And it's been, it's been extremely popular. We've been selling it like crazy over the last year. And we're definitely in the process right now of getting our license for our restaurant downtown, because we believe that, you know, people are gonna want to come and enjoy a slice of pie and a glass of wine at our restaurant, you know. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (29:33): Well, we have been experimenting as well. And I'll have to check into again, the regulations are a huge hurdle, but we are now delivering Indiana wine on Market Wagon. We had to go through a lot of permitting, a lot of processes, and even change some of our own tech and processes to fit the regulations. Of course we have to check ID and all that stuff. But the other infuriating part about those regulations that they're different state by state. So we will have to start the whole process over again in Michigan, but now I'm motivated. So that's our next project. We're gonna go and check out what the rules are in Michigan, and we're gonna roll out our wine delivery. You heard it here, first folks, we're gonna do it in Michigan. Next. We're gonna figure out to get it done. And first product on the market's gonna be Bowerman Blueberry wine. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (30:21): Oh, that's awesome. I can't wait. My wife has done several of the, like the mail order wine programs, where they send you a couple different wines each month to try. But if we had the ability for her to jump on Market Wagon and pull them from, you know, different farmers like ourselves, people that are again putting a lot of passion and creativity into what they're doing--I think that's gonna go over really well. I know, I'm also a customer of Market Wagon. I'm not only a vendor but I'm a customer. And my wife more specifically does most of the shopping and does a lot of it from home now--I think is a pretty, you know, common trend. But man, I'm, excited about the wine delivery. That's an awesome thing. If we can, if we can get over the regulation hurdles you know, for some reason America has a little bit of a history with bringing alcohol across state borders. There was something, you know, like prohibition... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (31:16): Something roughly a hundred years ago. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (31:17): Yeah, yeah. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (31:18): Isn't that weird how 100 years ago that problem is still persisting today. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (31:23): Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Even when getting our own liquor license there's some very some very archaic language in there that you're like, 'what?' What, no, we're not gonna set up a backyard, moon shine still, what is this? Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (31:37): Check the box. Sign the--yes. We are not using old car radiators in any of our production process. That's for those of you who don't know that was a moon shine process. Alright. This has been a fantastic conversation. Thank you so much for sharing just a little bit of your time and your story about Bowman Blueberries with us. It's so great to hear about a multi-generation family business that is succeeding as your your farm is. I mean, congratulations on having distribution through some of the nation's largest retailers. That's incredible. And yet also taking the time to make sure you're building direct relationships with customers who want to know you personally on Market Wagon. So thank you so much, Andrew. I really appreciate it. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (32:22): Absolutely. And, Nick, thanks for offering up such an amazing, amazing, you know, network for us to be able to connect directly with those consumers. You know, I can't tell you though how much the, the industry is changing. And, you know, when I, I look to, I look at people like you, who, you know, again, have an entrepreneurial type of soul that really wanna, you know, started with a family farm and want to reach out to those consumers directly. I mean, what you've taken your background and you know, help made it into Market Wagon and what it is today. And we're all using our different backgrounds to really kind of spread out, spread our wings and find different, avenues, different sales channels, different, you know, ways to market to the consumer and different ways to interact with them. So, you know, I really appreciate people like you in the industry. And I think it's really the next generation of farmers and what it's gonna take to to grow in this climate. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (33:20): Thanks, Andrew. Thanks for joining us. Andrew VanTil (Bowerman Blueberries Farm Market) (33:22): Absolutely. Thanks for having me, Nick.

SnapBack Sports Pod w/ Jack Settleman & Abe Granoff
US Open, Avalanche are a Wagon & No More NBA :((

SnapBack Sports Pod w/ Jack Settleman & Abe Granoff

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 45:06


You can find the pod on; Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/snapback-sports-pod/id1465689539 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6PDi3bWmxdE1Ai1haUG4V6?si=da4c9089c7964db4 Website: https://www.snapbacksports.co Follow Jack & Snapback Sports on Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/jacksettleman?share_id=OEJGRjQ5&locale=en_US https://www.snapchat.com/add/snapbacksports?sender_web_id=20331c9e-6cb2-4a40-8edd-43a38ac5e642&device_type=desktop&is_copy_url=true Order Snapback Kitchen Today!: https://popchew.com/brands/snapback Follow the guys on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jacksettleman?s=20&t=gCLE7KOVJqjVyAeBT2tGKw https://twitter.com/abe_granoff?s=20&t=AKohomhKvqYcS5nVp_2nzA https://twitter.com/AndrewEagleson_?s=20&t=AKohomhKvqYcS5nVp_2nzA TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@snapbacksports?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc https://www.tiktok.com/discover/jacksettleman?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc And Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/snapbacksports_/ https://www.instagram.com/jacksettleman/ https://www.instagram.com/abegranoff/ https://www.instagram.com/_andreweagleson/ Underdog Fantasy Use Code Jack: https://underdogfantasy.com/splash/jack Seatgeek: https://seatgeek.onelink.me/oYni/snapback Snapback Agency: https://www.snapbackagency.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jack-settleman/support

CarExpert
E97: VFACTS, Golf R Wagon review

CarExpert

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 48:34


In this episode, Mandy is joined by Scott Collie and William Stopford, with James Wong chiming in to run through the latest in automotive news and what's happening at CarExpert's offices around Australia. In car news, Tesla Model Y ordering is open and pricing has been announced, Cupra has announced its ambitious growth plans and revealed the new Terramar crossover, the Formula 1 has been extended in Melbourne until 2035, and Toyota has appealed a Federal Court ruling on its defective diesel particulate filters. Mike Costello chats about May's VFACTS report on new car sales, while James Wong dials in to talk about his Volkswagen Golf R wagon review. Where to find the CarExpert Podcast You can find the CarExpert Podcast on your favourite podcast platform. If in doubt, simply click on the RSS feed below, or follow the links to the Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts applications to subscribe. CarExpert Podcast RSS Feed CarExpert Podcast on Apple Podcasts CarExpert Podcast on Google Podcasts CarExpert Podcast on Spotify CarExpert Podcast on Podbean

Plastic Model Mojo
Plastic Model Mojo Episode 66: Dude... I leveled up!

Plastic Model Mojo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 104:46


Our Patreon is live... you can also support the show here.Mike and Dave discuss those next level builds, and what it takes to level up.Check out  TacketZ, our latest sponsor,  for handy tools and workbench organizers!Plastic Model Mojo is brought to you by  Model Paint Solutions !  Check out John Miller's site for the best in airbrushing, both equipment and tips of the trade.Mail Bag!Join the Mail Bag my emailing the show at plasticmodelmojo@gmail.com or sending us a message via Facebook Messenger system from the Plastic Model Mojo Facebook page.  If you do, please tell us where you are from.  We like to know!Wagon's Ho for Omaha!2022 IPMS USA National Convention Facebook PageMore Podcast Goodness to get you through the week!Finally, please have a listen and subscribe to our fellow podcasts in the scale model space. We all have our own take on the hobby and enjoy cooperating with each other for our mutual success.  Collectively, we are bringing you hours of content a month.Check out all the podcasts in the modelsphere here:http://modelpodcasts.com/And some Vlog and Blog Action for you as well!Chris Wallace's "Model Airplane Maker"Steven Lee's "Sprue Pie with Frets"Jim Bates' "A Scale Canadian TV"Jeff Groves' "Inch High Guy"Support the showSupport the show

Donna & Steve
6/16 Thursday Hr. 1: Should Steve ride in a helicopter? How do you assemble 4 puppies, in a basket or a wagon?

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 37:14


Steve is back from New York with tons of stories. Eventually a few fun facts; Steve contemplates the offer to do a segment for Kelly and Ryan in a helicopter. Disney is offering a trip to all 12 parks for over 100k

The Tough Love Mom Podcast - Postpartum Weight Loss, Postpartum Body Image, Postpartum Fitness, Breastfeeding and Weight Loss
75 | If You Keep Falling Off The Wagon, Do You Need A Simple Starting Point Or Do You Just Need to Stay Consistent?

The Tough Love Mom Podcast - Postpartum Weight Loss, Postpartum Body Image, Postpartum Fitness, Breastfeeding and Weight Loss

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 13:42


Your new, healthy habits start strong, last for a few weeks, but then LIFE HAPPENS and you're back to the old habits you were trying to change in the first place. Some call it falling off the wagon... some call it inconsistency...   I call it not knowing YOUR Starting Point. In this episode, you're going to learn WHAT a Starting Point is, WHY it will keep you from falling off the wagon EVER again, and HOW consistency fits into the picture! You excited?! This stuff changes the game and my guess is you've NEVER been taught about this stuff before so no more waiting — let's get into it!   Join The Tough Love Mom Squad on FB!    Get tough love texts from me each week to keep you motivated and encouraged! Text "tough love" to 205-809-7300!   Need efficient, effective workouts and a simple approach to nutrition? Learn more here!   Are you ready to make this journey SIMPLE so you can stop feeling overwhelmed and START getting disciplined, consistent, and confident? Snag a Starting Point Session and let's get you back on track!   Connect: liz@mrslizhenderson.com Learn more: thetoughlovemom.com Instagram: @mrslizhenderson

Jason & Alexis
6/14 TUES HOUR 3: SCR: Robert & Elise, "Love Wagon" & Britney's bro's choice

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 40:48


Did we find love for Robert and Elise? One thing's for sure...we found a lot of awkward! Dawn finished "Ainori: Love Wagon" on Netflix and loves it! Britney Spears' brother Bryan didn't go to her wedding; he chose his daughter's 5th grade graduation. Why didn't he go to her reception?

HYPE TRAIN Podcast
Co obejrzycie JAKO PIERWSZE na polskim Disney+? | Wagon Pocztowy

HYPE TRAIN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 24:16


To jest ten dzień! Muzyka: Rock Sting by Alexander Nakarada Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4947-rock-sting License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Mystical Sting by Alexander Nakarada Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4946-mystical-sting License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Broken Heart by DreamHeaven Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/6575-broken-heart- License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

From Plum Creek With Love: A Little House on the Prairie Podcast
Hello Everybody...Jump on the wagon and take a shot. From Plum Creek with Love: A Little House on the Prairie Podcast Special Episode

From Plum Creek With Love: A Little House on the Prairie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 36:17


This special episode is a great jumping on point for new listeners as I get ready to start watching season 4 of Little House on the Prairie for the first time. For long time listeners..it's a "thank you for listening" episode. In this special edition episode find out the origins of this podcast.  Why make a Little House on the Prairie podcast?  What new hobby did you start in the pandemic?  Get a rundown, with high lights and low lights, of seasons 1-3 recapping what the Ingallas clan has experienced so far in Walnut Grove.   I'll also share some of my favorite moments as well as my top 10 favorite episodes of the series so far. Out of three seasons....which have made it to the top? Lastly, As a first time viewer of Little House on the Prairie, I then speculate about what might happen in season 4.  How much of the book series is brought in?  Will we continue some stories/characters from previous seasons? Will time still be an issue in the prairiverse?  New Episodes, a.k.a Season 4, start next week.   

The Dice Girls
99. On Whistles and Wagon Contents

The Dice Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 46:24


Our adventurers take stock of their new possessions, and the party plays around with magical items of unknown powers. Rhakna makes a bunch of new friends. Triggus gives himself an official title. Kai defends her cookie choices.

Cars The Podcast
The Grass ain't Greener idiom rings true. Fix what you have! Taxes and fees discourage trading. Rare Ford Woody wagon used for work.

Cars The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 26:33


Bill and Don defend living in a scenic high-cost area, but grumble about funding mobile meth labs. All the good cars are now taken, so finding a good used one takes extra discernment.  We love hearing from you! CarsThePodcast@gmail.com Instagram?   CarsThePodcast  

The Huskies Warming House Podcast
Episode 115 - SCSU Schedule, Is Tampa a Wagon + SCF History

The Huskies Warming House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 84:38


Episode 115 - SCSU Schedule, Is Tampa a Wagon + SCF History June 11th, 2022 St. Cloud, MN   YouTube: https://youtu.be/GutaqUStBHE Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-huskies-warming-house-podcast/id1499278131   Episode 115 of the CenterIceView News and Notes segment features some college hockey and NHL news. First, it's the Huskies Illustrated Weekly Roundup (2:41), where the guys talk about the latest in the world of hockey. In this segment, the guys discuss the Bruce Cassidy firing and some more NHL Award winners. The boys then talk about the newly released 2022-23 schedule for St. Cloud State University Men's Hockey (25:41). Next, it's the end of the third round: is it Rangers or Lightning, who is the best matchup against the Colorado Avalanche, and who is the best team this year to miss a Stanley Cup (33:02)? Finally, the Extra Ice session talks about some Stanley Cup Final history (58:32). All this and more in another week in the Den! As always, find us on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts and Youtube + more. Visit us at huskieswarminghousepodcast.com, and check out our affiliate at centericeview.com. The latest news is on Twitter and Facebook @warminghouseden, and email us at @warminghousepodcast@outlook.com.

Video Virgins
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Video Virgins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 81:16


Season 2 is here and this is finally the videos from the episode.... FOLLOW us @johnbeforedawn and @joeistherealest !!! Follow our special guest @ lavquin.com ! Also use discount code "johnny-rl" on revolutionbeauty.com for $10 off your order! Today's videos are: Outta My Way by Karlaaa and Krystall Poppin, Crackheads by UrFavGrannie, No Problem by Lil Scrappy, Gang Life by SadGirl, Rainbow Cadillac by Baby Tate, Isle Of Dreams by Spy Kids 2, Days Go By by Dirty Vegas, Two Chicanas by Jay Roxxx ft. Bella, and Comfortable by Jul'z. First, Our segment "Do You Remember?" where we talk about some nostalgic things that were around when music videos were on tv. This week: And our segment "Rap Libs" where we freestyle and remix some of today's hottest songs. This Weeks Rap Libs is "Butter" by BTS. First Karlaaa and Krystal give battleship. Then UrFavGrannie is the only white we fuck with. Then Lil Scrappy gives GTA. Then we watch this white bitch movie trailer. Then we might be related to SadGirl. Then a Baby Tate sample we LOVE. Then Carmen Cortez was our wife until we saw Juni. Then we get nostolgic with Dirty Vegas. Then these Two Chicanas first day at the gym. Then last we watch a fellow Colorado 970 Allumni! CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS FOR YOURSELF & WATCH ALONG WITH US! Karlaaa, Krystall Poppin - Outta My Way (Official Video) - YouTube (Official Video) UrFavGrannie - "Crackheads" - YouTube Lil' Scrappy - No Problem (Official Video) [Explicit] - YouTube DON'T WORRY DARLING Trailer (2022) Harry Styles, Florence Pugh, Chris Pine - YouTube SadGirl - Gang Life (Official Music Video) - YouTube Baby Tate - Rainbow Cadillac [Official Music Video] - YouTube Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams Music Video - Isle Of Dreams (2002) HD - YouTube Dirty Vegas - Days Go By (Official Video) - YouTube Two Chicanas - Jay Roxxx ft. Bella (Official Music Video) - YouTube Jul'z - Comfortable (Official Music Video ) Cover Song - YouTube Dont forget to Like and leave a review! Subscribe to our YOUTUBE - VIDEO VIRGINS and follow our Instagram @VIDEOVIRGINSPOD and our personal instagrams @JOEISTHEREALEST and @JOHNBEFOREDAWN. DM us and Leave us some video's to experience for the first time! Let us know if you want more special guests! Or our guests we had to return. WE DO NOT OWN THE MUSIC USED IN THIS VIDEO. ALL MUSIC USED IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND RIGHTS BELONG TO ORIGINAL ARTISTS AND COMPOSERS. Sponsorships: on for this episode

The Mash Up
E068 - Smoke Wagon Uncut Unfiltered Straight Bourbon Whiskey

The Mash Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 27:53


Guns, mustaches, and MGP! What the hell are we talking about? Well, it's Smoke Wagon, of course! Over the past 5-6 years, Nevada H&C Distilling Co. has made a massive impact in the whiskey industry with different versions of Smoke Wagon Bourbon. For this week, the fellas taste a batch of Smoke Wagon Uncut and Unfiltered Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Will this MGP sourced bourbon be something you should be on the lookout for or be something you shouldn't waste your time on. Some unsuspecting tasting notes come up during a conversation about breaking bottles (and furniture) on accident. -------------------------- Socials IG: https://www.instagram.com/themashupky FB: https://www.facebook.com/themashupky TW: https://twitter.com/themashupky Music: All the Fixings by Zachariah Hickman Thank you so much for listening!

Les Talks du Wagon
Episode 106: Jérôme Proust, Founder & CEO de Wedoogift

Les Talks du Wagon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 59:31


Dans ce nouvel épisode, nous sommes ravis de recevoir Jérôme Proust, CEO de Wedoogft, la start-up qui propose des avantages dématérialisés.Créée en 2014, Wedoogift propose des produits et logiciels en SaaS afin de digitaliser et gérer l'ensemble des avantages des salariés soit: chèques cadeaux, culture, restaurant (Wedoofood), billetterie etc.Sa promesse? Apporter de la transparence. Aujourd'hui, Wedoogift c'est plus de 200 collaborateurs, 1,5 millions de salariés utilisateurs en France et 7 500 entreprises clientes (comme TF1, les Echos, Groupama, LCL, Air France, etc.).Tout de suite, retour sur le parcours de notre invité, Jérôme Proust, dans ce nouvel épisode des Talks du Wagon.Musique & réalisation : yoann.saunier.me Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Lofty Pursuits
#128 Goodbye to Darwin - Getting the Warehouse - Troubles with the Wagon - Your letters

Lofty Pursuits

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 27:52


Today we say goodbye to Darwin the podcat and we talk about going forward with a new property that Loft Pursuits has purchased. Candy: http://www.pd.net YT: http://Youtube.com/LoftyPursuits Instagram: http://Instagram.com/LoftyPursuits

Pro Wrestling Edge
Pro Wrestling Edge-Episode 186 Flophouse Wrestling Off the Wagon

Pro Wrestling Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 159:31


Pro Wrestling Edge is back, and this episode was recorded live from Flophouse Wrestling Off the Wagon that took place March 20th at the Indiana City Brewing Company in Indianapolis, IN. We cover all the action, and you get to hear our reactions as it is happening. You do not want to miss all the action! For all things PWE visit pwepod.com and our merch store at https://brainbustertees.com/other/pro-wrestling-edge/ For all your Roo Psychedelics needs visit their ETSY store http://www.etsy.com/shop/RooPsychedelics For everything Brain Jerk Entertainment go to BrainJerk.com they are more than a podcast. Check out Ronnie at Jaquis Photography for all your photography needs! Listen, Like, Share and Subscribe --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pro-wrestling-edge/support

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
Hour 2 - Darvin Ham Can't Hitch His Wagon to Russell Westbrook + NBA champion Eddie House

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 37:28


Chris and Rob explain why new Los Angeles Lakers head coach Darvin Ham could be setting himself up to fail by hitching his wagon to Russell Westbrook, and go head-to-head in this week's edition of Sources Say. Plus, NBA champion and FOX Sports Radio NBA analyst Eddie House swings by to discuss the Westbrook dynamic in Los Angeles, why he believes the Boston Celtics are better than the Golden State Warriors, why he thinks Draymond Green needs to pump the brakes on all the antics, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brain Diet
118. When You Fall Off The Wagon

Brain Diet

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 21:19


Ever feel like you keep falling off the wagon in your health and weight loss? I've got a tip in this week's episode that will change that for you. Want my 5 Tip Diet (that has nothing to do with food) ? Get it here! https://www.taylorannmacey.com/free-guide Want to receive my "Thursday Thought Play" ? Get it here! https://www.taylorannmacey.com/ttp Interested in working with me? Schedule a free mini session here! https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=18505613

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – June 2, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 173:53


Sex Pistols true crime, Queen's Platinum Snooze-ilee, Deshaun Watson accusers #23 & #24, Michael Avenatti sentenced, Hunter Biden's ex-wife's book, tabloids, the coolest 8-year-old, Maz finally checks in, a new Bonerline, and we collect more Listener Refrigerator Magnets.The Wagon is speeding into Detroit June 8th. Loverboy and Styx are also on the bill.We totally stiffed Luke Nowacki this week.Ford is investing $2,000,000,000 in Michigan.Listener Refrigerator magnets: Mexico. Canada. Maine. New York. Tennessee. Virginia. Yeeeahhh!!!The Detroit Techno Militia would like BranDon to stop using THIS song on the show.209-66-Boner is the number to text or call if you'd like to interact with the Bonerline.Kaitlin Armstrong remains on the run and is considered armed and dangerous.Johnny Depp v Amber Heard: Amber Heard's Celebrity Net Worth page has already been updated to -$8M. Amber's lawyer confirms she's broke. Johnny is petting animals across the pond. Amy Schumer is #TeamAmber and gets roasted online.Joy Behar declares Republicans the party of White Supremacy.Drew is now a 'bag-slapper' on the Who Are These Podcasts? Patreon. He can't wait to threaten to pull his donations if he doesn't like content.More accusers emerge against Deshaun Watson.The Pistol series on Hulu leads us down a path of Johnny Rotten's replacement Ronnie Biggs and his crimes.Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee: The Queen doesn't feel good. Prince Louis steals the show. Meghan shushes everybody. Prince Andrew can't attend due to COVID (yeah, right).Hunter Biden's ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle, is spilling the beans in a new book.Two old people get it on during a Bat Mitzvah Zoom.Russia's attack on Ukraine is soooooooo February.iPhone vs Android: Part II.Old timers Rolling Stones sing Out of Time for the first time in a long time.Tabloids: Mariah Carey calls out Madonna. Britney Spears looks 'hagy'. Tanya Tucker is tequila crazy. Jessica Simpson is losing too much weight! Jim Harbaugh wants Michigan players to come to school to be transformed instead of attending because of a financial transaction.560,000 Corinthian College students get their student loan debt wiped out by the government.The coolest kid in the world is cruising North Carolina.John Denver was soft... but nowhere near as soft as Boyce Avenue.Prison Food & Penis: Harvey Weinstein's conviction upheld. Michael Avenatti gets 4 years for ripping off Stormy Daniels.Tom Mazawey finally takes our call at Buffalo Wild Wings to discuss 0-for-9 Kody Clemens, predict the Detroit Tigers All-Star representative, predict the NBA Finals, explain his latest Champion's Club weasel move, cover the Stanley Cup Playoffs, eulogize Marion Barber, and discuss the curse of Leave It to Beaver.LeBron James is officially a billionaire.The Dollar Loan Center has moved on from Vince Neil and has hired bigger stars for their commercials.Armando Barron is a bad dude and an even worse husband and father.Mass Shootings: Tulsa. Charleston. Racine. Chattanooga. Don't worry, Joe Biden will solve it tonight.Desiigner vs police (and license plates).Lil Nas X gets nominated for all the awards... except the black ones. Wonder why? #BETAwardsSoStraight.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Y'd Awake
VIP - Austin's Wagon Walk Will Be Happening This Saturday For St. Jude!

Y'd Awake

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 2:41


VIP - Voices in Pittsburgh, always doing good for those in the community, including Austin! Austin has been a loyal listener for the show for some time now and continues to good for the kids at St. Jude! Please listen to his story & how you can get involved with his event locally this weekend to help the families at St. Jude!

Devotionals For The Busy
Pulling the Worry Wagon

Devotionals For The Busy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 2:01


It's time for us to trade in our worry wagons and ask God to bless our lives with perfect peace! Listen to this episode to learn how. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/renae-myrie/message

Jason & Alexis
5/31 TUES HOUR 3: SCR: Tori and “Ryan,” “Ozark” ending and “Love Wagon”

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 42:13


Did we find love for Tori and “Ryan”? Alexis finished “Ozark.” The ending was confusing or was it? Dawn told us about “Love Wagon” on Netflix!

COW's Podcast
Memorial Day

COW's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 54:51


Posted 5/30/22This week the C.O.W.boys are celebrating Memorial Day. Along with some fun and lively conversation on the topic, you'll also hear some great music from Joe Merrick (Sold the Wagon), Al Mehl (I'd Rather Be), Kevin Davis (Their Own String), and Chuck Pyle (My Grandpa's Hand). There is also some great cowboy poetry this week from Baxter Black (Know You'll Miss This Man). We'll have the ever popular Dick's Pick (Old Forgotten Trails), Cowpoke Poetry, and a whole bunch of goofin' off too!

THE TRUTH IS BARREL PROOF
SMOKE WAGON UCUF “The Younger”

THE TRUTH IS BARREL PROOF

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 10:16


On this episode Ian help us with the taste notes of the new release of Smoke Wagon Uncut Unfiltered “The Younger” edition. This expression has nice and complex notes that has you coming back to it. To know more about SMOKE WAGON DISTILLERY and other products visit https://www.nevadadistilling.com . Be sure to follow Ian on all social media as FB, IG and TIKTOK @barrelproofnerd #whiskey #bourbon #barrelproof #nevada --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoodsom/support

FOCUS on POCUS™
The Health Wagon: Mobile Rural Healthcare Since 1980

FOCUS on POCUS™

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 28:27


About Our Guest As a Family Nurse Practitioner and the President and CEO of St. Mary's Health Wagon, Dr. Teresa Tyson leads a medical nonprofit in Central Appalachia. St. Mary's Health Wagon exists as the region's only safety net health care clinic for far southwest Virginia. Tyson leads her clinic in promoting the mission of providing quality, affordable, accessible care to all with an emphasis on serving the medically underserved. St. Mary's Health Wagon is a free nurse managed health clinic consisting of three stationary and two mobile clinics, serving Lee, Scott, Wise, Dickenson, Buchanan and Russell Counties. St. Mary's Health Wagon is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, mobile clinic in the United States, serving patients since 1980. In an effort to expand access to primary and specialty health care services, Tyson is currently overseeing the construction of a stationary dental clinic in Wise County. Tyson's leadership in the healthcare sector has garnered notable recognition including interviews from media that include: 60 Minutes, Nightline, CBS Nightly News, Inside Edition, Washington Post, New York Times along with other extensive media attention, including international press, regarding her efforts to provide access to health care to the poor and marginalized in the Appalachian region. Tyson has presented at the United Nations and the World Health Organization numerous times. Tyson is at the forefront of healthcare innovation. Tyson introduced the first monoclonal antibody infusions and post-COVID clinics to Central Appalachia. This past year, Dr. Tyson initiated a medication-assisted treatment program, addressing the opioid epidemic with an evidence-based integrated treatment model using injectable diversion free medications. Tyson is most proud of the Health Wagon's renamed annual health outreach, Move Mountains Medical Mission (M7). Following nineteen years of collaboration, Tyson continues to host this event, which she co-founded with Stan Brock of Remote Area Medical (RAM) and Sr. Bernadette Kenny in 1999. Dr. Tyson is a preceptor to medical, nursing and business students from forty-three colleges and universities. In 2015, Tyson was an instrumental partner in the first ever FAA approved drone delivery of medications in the United States, in partnership with Flirtey, NASA Langley and others. The historic drone has been inducted into the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum. Tyson is a strong business development professional and is skilled in nonprofit organization management, budgeting, fiscal management, fundraising, capital projects management, communications strategy, strategic planning, project management, grants management, event planning, social media, public speaking, marketing, and healthcare policy. Tyson serves on many healthcare boards, advisory councils, and coalitions. Tyson also serves as a guest speaker on topics such as healthcare access, healthcare disparities, vulnerable populations, mobile health, Department of Defense's Innovative Readiness Training health expeditions, nurse managed clinics and a variety of other issues. Tyson is the co-founder of Forever Young Aesthetics and Weight Loss Management in Norton, Virginia. Tyson's medical clinic brought platelet rich plasma therapy – a natural treatment for injured joints – to the area. Tyson is also co-founder of Hettie's Haven – a specialized residential home designed to assist individuals with intellectual disabilities in Coeburn, Virginia. Tyson is married to Tim Tyson. They are blessed with a family of five wonderful children: two boys and three girls.

What Lies Beneath: The Seattle Kraken Podcast
A horse named 'Lightning'. The Tampa Bay wagon, Nazem Kadri, and rivalries. Kraken Reaction: Giordano, Ron abroad, and the Seattle Thunderbirds. #NoDumbQuestions: why did the NYR release Tony DeAngelo?

What Lies Beneath: The Seattle Kraken Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 100:59


Hey honey! Jeff and Joey are undecided on a segment name for their playoff coverage so they're leaving it up to members of the #KrakenPod. Jeff has earned bragging right after calling Tampa Bay a wagon as they dismantle the Florida Panthers in four games. The Avalanche and St. Louis Blues are discussed as well as Nazem Kadri's run-in with Jordan Binnington and the now infamous post-game water bottle throw during his interview on the NHL on TNT. Next, the boys discuss why New York Rangers versus Carolina is heating up and last but certainly not least, the Battle of Alberta, and Joey goes in on Evander Kane. Kraken Reaction is back this week with the news of Mark Giordano being signed to a two-year extension with the Leafs while Ron Francis is in Europe and signed an international player and Jeff shouts out the Seattle Thunderbirds as they continue their march through the playoffs. Jeff pulls a Swede Potato and has an incident in the kitchen involving a waffle iron and #NoDumbQuestions answers why the New York Rangers released Tony DeAngelo six games into a two-year, $9.6 million contract. Ending, as always, with the Chirp of the Week. Subscribe: On All podcasting apps, rate & review on iTunes, Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Presented by The Hockey Podcast Network with new episodes every week.  Follow us on Twitter and Facebook at @KrakenPod Release the Kraken! #SeaKraken   NHL Teams: Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes Boston Bruins Buffalo Sabres Calgary Flames Carolina Hurricanes Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Edmonton Oilers Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild Montreal Canadiens Nashville Predators New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers Pittsburgh Penguins San Jose Sharks Seattle Kraken St Louis Blues Tampa Bay Lightning Toronto Maple Leafs Vancouver Canucks Vegas Golden Knights Washington Capitals Winnipeg Jets Draft Kings disclaimer: If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

L'heure du crime
L'INTÉGRALE - La disparition de Marion Wagon

L'heure du crime

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 38:44


En partenariat avec Le Parisien - Le 14 novembre 1996, Marion Wagon, 10 ans, se volatilise en quelques minutes entre son école et son domicile. Elle n'a jamais retrouvé. Ecoutez L'heure du Crime avec Jean-Alphonse Richard du 24 mai 2022

L'heure du crime
L'ENQUÊTE - La disparition de Marion Wagon

L'heure du crime

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 12:43


Le 14 novembre 1996, Marion Wagon, 10 ans, se volatilise en quelques minutes entre son école et son domicile. Elle n'a jamais retrouvé. Ecoutez L'heure du Crime avec Jean-Alphonse Richard du 24 mai 2022

Inside Lacrosse Podcasts
5/23 The Tailgate: Maryland Is Officially a Wagon

Inside Lacrosse Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 31:08


Well that wasn't as dramatic as the First Round. On the heels of Maryland's 18-9 win over Virginia in the last of four NCAA Quarterfinal games, IL's Terry Foy and Nick Ossello dive into the games, moving from the Terps to the Tigers, who beat Yale 14-10, to Rutgers' 11-9 win over Penn and finishing with Cornell's 10-8 win over Delaware.

ESGfitness
Ep. 384 - stop falling off the wagon!

ESGfitness

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 12:47


2 common thought processes that hold you back: 1) falling in the F it bucket/ off the wagon and on/ off dieting. 2) 'You only live once' mentality This episode will give you a new perspective on both ESGfitness.co.uk @ESGfitness

Plastic Model Mojo
Plastic Model Mojo Episode 64: Favorite Model Kit Brands

Plastic Model Mojo

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 79:40


Our Patreon is live... you can also support the show here.It's Mike and Dave in the two-seater once again.  After digesting a healthy mailbag, and tackling the other recurring segments,  the boys from Kentucky ponder a question.  That question being what is your favorite kit brand.  Barrister Dave frames it like this... "If trapped on a deserted island for the rest of your days, and had to pick one.... what kit brand would you spend your time building?"   Coming from a philosophically different direction to the hobby compared to his ole'pal Dave, Mike struggles with this one.Check out  TacketZ, our latest sponsor,  for handy tools and workbench organizers!Plastic Model Mojo is brought to you by  Model Paint Solutions !  Check out John Miller's site for the best in airbrushing, both equipment and tips of the trade.Mail Bag!Join the Mail Bag my emailing the show at plasticmodelmojo@gmail.com or sending us a message via Facebook Messenger system from the Plastic Model Mojo Facebook page.  If you do, please tell us where you are from.  We like to know!Wagon's Ho for Omaha!2022 IPMS USA National Convention Facebook PageMore Podcast Goodness to get you through the week!Finally, please have a listen and subscribe to our fellow podcasts in the scale model space. We all have our own take on the hobby and enjoy cooperating with each other for our mutual success.  Collectively, we are bringing you hours of content a month.Check out all the podcasts in the modelsphere here:http://modelpodcasts.com/And some Vlog and Blog Action for you as well!Chris Wallace's "Model Airplane Maker"Steven Lee's "Sprue Pie with Frets"Jim Bates' "A Scale Canadian TV"Jeff Groves' "Inch High Guy"Support the show

Gavin Dawson
Is Luka slipping off the Superstar wagon?

Gavin Dawson

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 42:39


4th hour of the G-Bag Nation  Did The General fall off the wagon Cowboys Insider Bobby Belt joins the Nation  LA LIVE 

Hotboxing (the Car Krush podcast)
54. Volvo Graveyards & Wagon Fever

Hotboxing (the Car Krush podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 29:13


This week, Lauren drives her 1st car in 3rd gear the whole way home. Know when to call yr dad.   To our awesome sound engineer, AJ Montoya @anthonyjames__ thank you for making our voices sound like honey! Hugs and thank you to Greg Meleney @danavaband, for the killer tunes!

Coco Caliente
EP141: Favorite Numbers, Groceries & Budgeting

Coco Caliente

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 44:40


A mother & daughter production! Today we discuss how many meatballs we take when we make our plate (LOL), grocery prices, grocery shopping, and budgeting! Enjoy this sporadic episode of Coco Caliente! Get 15% off plus free shipping on your first order at https://gladskin.com/coco More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426

Mid-Atlantic Gravel, Travel & Dirt
171: Cynthia Frazier, Watt Wagon

Mid-Atlantic Gravel, Travel & Dirt

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 54:00


This podcast talks about gravel bikes, adventure biking, bikepacking, bike camping, or just playing bikes. We are pretty excited to have Cynthia Frazer - the watt wagon - joining us to talk about Gravista and the 2022 Rockstar 250 where she not only finished first and did it in less than 24 hours. she also set the fastest known time for the gravel route. https://www.instagram.com/watt_wagon/ CutawayUSA offers premium cycling apparel born in the blue ridge mountains. Cutaway is an industry leader using innovative fabrics combined with clean, bold designs. Make sure to visit their website to see all the jerseys, bibs, neck gaiters, and cycling apparel and gear. Check out their website at https://cutawayusa.com When you reach checkout use the code GTD20 to take 20% off your entire order. That offer is a special discount just for our listeners!

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Wednesday - Omar Is Off The Tua Band Wagon 05 11 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:23


Big O talks Tua Band Wagon

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday - Omar Is Off The Tua Band Wagon 05 11 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:23


Big O talks Tua Band Wagon

F**k My Work Life
Boats, Drones, & The Honey Wagon w/Munch My Benson

F**k My Work Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 73:25


Jay & Kay are joined once again by the dynamic duo from the Munch My Benson podcast - Josh and Adam! They are bringing us more colorful work stories involving boats, drones, movie-making shenanigans, and more! Listen to and follow Munch My Benson! https://www.munchmybenson.com/Send your workplace stories to fmwlpod@gmail.com or leave a voicemail on the Rant Line: 310-818-3273Please subscribe, follow, rate, and review on your favorite podcast app! Find us on Goodpods,  Podchaser,  Apple, Spotify, and all major podcast platforms.For more fun content, find our links to Twitter, Tik Tok, IG, Reddit, and FB here: https://linktr.ee/fmwlpodSound effects and music obtained from https://www.zapsplat.comSupport the show

Crisco, Dez & Ryan After Hours Podcast
After Hours: The Wiener Wagon

Crisco, Dez & Ryan After Hours Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 19:13


Crisco's feeling himself lately and apparently he's making everyone else feel him too. Plus, we find out why Disney World isn't always so magical.

Hop Nation USA - A Craft Beer Podcast
Episode 247: Hopping the Loggy Wagon

Hop Nation USA - A Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 113:05


Full house at the Hop Nation Hub. It's Katie, Kelsey, Adam and Steve, and they're all drinking lagers! With everyone insisting it's the year of the lager, it's time for this podcast to jump on the bandwagon. They talk about a first Non-Alcoholic beer store in Pittsburgh, lager fests, getting tattooed for free beer, Beer Magazine, and ales for ALS. Then they do a summer movie preview with the beers they would sneak into those movies including Dr. Strange, Jurassic World Dominion, Bob's Burgers, and Crimes of the Future. Finally, a classic round of Beer Fight. BEERS: Fair State Brewing Co-op Tmavé Pivo Pipeworks The Finest Doppelbock Modist Brewing x Quantum Mirror Hex Code Coconut Pineapple Marshmallow Lager

Mark Bell's Power Project
MBPP EP. 724 - Discord Q&A: Relentless Determination, Falling WAY Off The Wagon & Building Our Base

Mark Bell's Power Project

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 84:21


We had another awesome time hanging out with our Discord fam. Today we answered some amazing questions that everyone will get some benefit from. Don't miss out on your opportunity to hop on the podcast with us. Join the discord below! Join The Power Project Discord: https://discord.gg/yYzthQX5qN Subscribe to the new Power Project Clips Channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UC5Df31rlDXm0EJAcKsq1SUw Special perks for our listeners below! ➢https://www.vivobarefoot.com/us/powerproject Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off Vivo Barefoot shoes! ➢https://markbellslingshot.com/ Code POWERPROJECT10 for 10% off site wide including Within You supplements! ➢https://mindbullet.com/ Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off! ➢https://eatlegendary.com Use Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off! ➢https://bubsnaturals.com Use code POWERPROJECT for 20% of your next order! ➢https://verticaldiet.com/ Use code POWERPROJECT for 20% off your first order! ➢https://vuoriclothing.com/powerproject to automatically save 20% off your first order at Vuori! ➢https://www.eightsleep.com/powerproject to automatically save $150 off the Pod Pro at 8 Sleep! ➢https://marekhealth.com Use code POWERPROJECT10 for 10% off ALL LABS at Marek Health! Also check out the Power Project Panel: https://marekhealth.com/powerproject Use code POWERPROJECT for $101 off! ➢Piedmontese Beef: https://www.piedmontese.com/ Use Code POWER at checkout for 25% off your order plus FREE 2-Day Shipping on orders of $150 Follow Mark Bell's Power Project Podcast ➢ https://lnk.to/PowerProjectPodcast ➢ Insta: https://www.instagram.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ https://www.facebook.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbpowerproject ➢ LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/powerproject/ ➢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/markbellspowerproject ➢TikTok: http://bit.ly/pptiktok FOLLOW Mark Bell ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksmellybell ➢https://www.tiktok.com/@marksmellybell ➢ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkBellSuperTraining ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/marksmellybell Follow Nsima Inyang ➢ https://www.breakthebar.com/learn-more ➢YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NsimaInyang ➢Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nsimainyang/?hl=en ➢TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nsimayinyang?lang=en Follow Andrew Zaragoza on all platforms ➢ https://direct.me/iamandrewz #PowerProject #Podcast #MarkBell