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buckleUp! Podcast with Natalia Earle
E99: LOSING & FINDING LOVE WITH ADRIENNE RONCK

buckleUp! Podcast with Natalia Earle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 35:19


Today I set down with Adrienne Ronck, who was born and raised in West Texas and lived in South Florida throughout her 20's before moving to Tulsa, Oklahoma. There she raised her 7 year old special needs daughter Ivey as a single Mom. Adrienne's personal experience with Ivey's medical issues led her to work as a paraprofessional at Ivey's school where she supports the Special Education department and helps children with special needs. She currently lives in Tulsa with the love of her life Nick, her daughter Ivey and Nick's 4 year old daughter Eisley. You can find Adrienne on IG @adrienne.ronckLet's connect! Subscribe to buckleUp! podcast and follow @nataliaearle on all social media platforms and on FB @thenataliaearleWould you like to be a guest on buckleUp! podcast and share your story? Please email us at buckleupne@gmail.comThis episode is brought to you by Emily Reynolds Fitness www.emilyreynoldsfitness.com Theme music written and produced by Jared Dylan @jdylanmusicPiano performance by Kevin Maddox @maddmaddox

StarDate Podcast
American Impacts

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 2:14


Middlesboro is a small town in the Cumberland Gap of southern Kentucky. About 300 million years ago, it was the bullseye for a cosmic missile: a small asteroid that gouged an impact crater about four miles wide. Evidence of that high-speed collision is preserved in the rocks below Middlesboro. Middlesboro is one of about 30 confirmed impact sites in the United States. Most craters have been erased by wind, rain, and the motions of Earth's crust. And many of the remaining ones aren't visible — the only traces are found far below the surface. The best preserved is Barringer Crater in Arizona. It formed about 50,000 years ago. It's less than a mile wide, but it's easy to identify as an impact crater. In fact, it's the first confirmed impact structure on Earth. It helped geologists determine that most of the craters on the Moon were formed by collisions instead of volcanoes. The largest American crater is Chesapeake Bay. It's about 55 miles in diameter, and formed about 35 million years ago. A few craters are easily accessible — you can drive through them. Examples include Middlesboro, as well as Crooked Creek and Decaturville in Missouri. One of the easiest to see as a crater is Sierra Madera, in West Texas. It's about eight miles across. A state highway crosses it, climbing over the northern rim, then passing near its central mountain peak — the scar of a collision almost a hundred million years ago. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Tell me more about cohousing
S2 Episode 19: What do Whataburger and cohousing have in common?

Tell me more about cohousing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 15:00


In Episode 19 Lynn Morstead and Kelli Soika talk about the challenge of explaining what cohousing feels like. Lynn relates this to the scene in "Vengeance", a 2022 comedy mystery movie where BJ Novak, a hip podcaster from NYC is interviewing a family in small-town West Texas trying to get them to explain what's so special about Whataburger. It isn't until BJ visits Whataburger several times with the family that the special qualities of Whataburger are gradually revealed to him. Lynn & Kelli continue to explore approaches to helping capturing their interested future cohousing neighbors internalize what living in a cohousing community might be like for them.Listen in to learn more.For more information about our project, please check out our website at www.cohousinghouston.com. Let us know if you have any comments or ideas by emailing us at info@cohousinghouston.com. 

The Krista Escamilla Show
35 - Victoria Printz-”I use the As If principle, speak/act as if it's true and it will be.”

The Krista Escamilla Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 45:40


“I use the As If principle, speak/act as if it's true and it will be.” - Victoria Printz  In today's episode we sit down with realtor, marketing, dancing Queen and first lady of the Royal Viking Cruise Line Victoria Printz   We learn how Victoria built her real estate business into one of the top firms in Texas. She shares the key to marketing and the three things you need to do to make your business a success!    After traveling the world, moving to Veil, Austin and back to Midland Victoria shares why she truly believes there is no place like HOME   Thank you Victoria for sharing your journey and your gifts with West Texas!!   LINKS TO THE KRISTA ESCAMILLA SHOW:   Thanks for hitting the subscribe button and sharing our show with someone you love   Apple:   https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-krista-escamilla-show/id1617347165?i=1000595371040   YouTube:     https://youtu.be/Ve6tgWA88fY   Spotify:     https://open.spotify.com/episode/5acVMHDWQ0KZ2MxQOGqxVb?si=Nfovl-dCT0egu7DzRLuvVA   A special thank you to our sponsors Rig-ID, www.shopfrackle.com, www.joincapclub.com and Midland Cap Co.   Please follow @kristaescamilla on LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook for daily motivation!   Dream Big~Believe~Never Give up YOU make it a great day     #believe #thekristaescamillashow #podcasts #community #permianbasin #payitforward #spotify #amazon #google #youtube #apple #encourageothers #inspire #smile #beagoodhuman #passion #makingwesttexasbetter #followup#theresnoplacelikehome #askforthebusiness #knowyourvalue #joy  #followupfollowupfollowup #communityovercompetition

Table & Well Podcast
From West Texas, Hippie to the Table: Stories From the Table Part 15

Table & Well Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 22:59


Join Tennison and Ginelle as they welcome Richard and Carolyn Hyde to the podcast.  The Hyde's live in Israel and carry unique perspective on the the importance of the simply being at the Table.  In the Jewish home, the Table is the center.  In this episode you will meet the Hyde's, hear their journey to faith and each other, and learn why the Table is such an important part of their lives.  The Hyde's have lived an incredible live and tell great stories.  You do not want to miss this!What if we could create a space where safety, identity, belonging, and connection resided? What if every time you walked in the room everyone was happy to see you?  What if there was a place where your gifts and insight were welcomed or even required by community? What if there was a space where you brought what you had and took what you needed? What if in this place community equaled family? What if I told you this place existed? It is called the Table!If you have been impacted by what you have heard in this podcast and would like to support us in our mission to help people experience healthier & deeper relationships with God, themselves, and others, click this Donation Link For more information about the Table go to: tableandwellco.com/communitytableTo start on your journey to relational health go to: tableandwellco.comTo watch this and other Podcast go to our YouTube Channel: Table & Well co

SlapperCast: a weekly talk show with Blaggards
Episode 205: Drive More, Crank Less

SlapperCast: a weekly talk show with Blaggards

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 30:58


SlapperCast Episode 205: "Drive More, Crank Less" Blaggards report from the road in West Texas and Arizona. Steve Coogan - 'Alan Partridge meets Martin Brennan' https://youtu.be/lEjEGbAFzJU Song picks: Jimmy Eat World - The Middle https://youtu.be/oKsxPW6i3pM Gary Numan - Metal https://youtu.be/kLfz2bbxxuM Here it Goes Again - OK Go https://youtu.be/dTAAsCNK7RA Careless Whisper - Wham https://youtu.be/izGwDsrQ1eQ Emerald - Thin Lizzy https://youtu.be/izGwDsrQ1eQ Show dates Blaggards.com (https://blaggards.com/shows/) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pg/blaggards/events/) Bandsintown (https://www.bandsintown.com/a/3808) Follow us on social media YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/blaggards) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/blaggards/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/blaggards) Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/blaggards/) Become a Patron Join Blaggards on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/blaggards) for bonus podcast content, live tracks, rough mixes, and other exclusives. Rate us Rate and review SlapperCast on iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/slappercast-a-weekly-talk-show-with-blaggards/id1452061331) Questions? If you have questions for a future Q&A episode, * leave a comment on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/blaggards), or * tweet them to us (https://twitter.com/blaggards) with the hashtag #slappercast. Special Guests: Heide Riggs and Kevin Newton.

Crime in Sports
#338 - One Tough Broad - Evelyn Stevens

Crime in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 113:01


This week, we look into a very different corner of the world, ladies wrestling! The old school women wrestlers were a tough lot. They could perform in the ring, then go clear out a West Texas bar with their fists! This particular woman was one of the very few to claim a legit win over the Fabulous Moolah! She was also married to a famous wrestler, and dated another, before ending up married to gym owner/bodybuilding trainer, and going down a rocky road. Neighbors watched them fighting, in the snow, and heard them fighting, in the house. This all leads to crazy showdown, that is reminiscent of another CIS subject, Sally McNeil!Marry a wrestler, who will NEVER let another man call you a "whore", win the world title from the Fabulous Moolah, and make sure to lave a note, admitting to your crime with Evelyn Stevens!!Check us out, every Tuesday! We will continue to bring you the biggest idiots in sports history!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman Donate at... patreon.com/crimeinsports or with paypal.com using our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Get all the CIS & STM merch at crimeinsports.threadless.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things CIS & STM!! Contact us on... twitter.com/crimeinsports crimeinsports@gmail.com facebook.com/Crimeinsports instagram.com/smalltownmurderSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

PUSH to TALK with BRUCE WEBB: A Helicopter Podcast
Episode 6: Forrest Gump Moments (w/ Jay Miller) Part One

PUSH to TALK with BRUCE WEBB: A Helicopter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 48:11


Jay Miller began his career as an aviation photojournalist in 1957 - he was just nine years old. Through the lens of a small Kodak Brownie pointed to the West Texas sky, Jay Miller built the foundation of a career that would lead him face-to-face with some of the most famous aviators in history. In that time, he's cultivated an immense body of work that catalogs the story of aviation. In this first installment of a two-part conversation, we'll speak with Jay about his early days photographing aircraft in Odessa, Texas. He'll tell us how he came to know renowned aviators like Jimmy Doolittle and Eddy Rickenbacker, how he acquired the mach meter from the first manned flight to reach a speed of mach 3, and how a mistake made while photographing an air-to-air warhead led to an otherwise unattainable image.

The Leadership Podcast
TLP341: The Interplay Between Finance, Data and Decision-Making

The Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 48:03


Jeremy Foster is the Chief Financial Officer of Austin-based Talroo.com, the data-driven job and hiring advertising platform that helps businesses reach the candidates they need to build their essential workforce. Jeremy shares insights into the key indicators of business valuation: 1) The necessity of leaders knowing the language of finance; and 2) The differences between startups, growth companies, and mature companies. He covers why alignment of the stakeholders is important for a company's successful scaling, and when to use blitzscaling, if at all. He explains analytics and shares examples from his past and present work, in an educational overview of the interplay between finance, data and decision-making.   https://bit.ly/TLP-341   Key Takeaways [2:14] Jeremy started in marketing and then ended up leading operations and retail banking for a 15-branch community bank in New Mexico and West Texas. His background was not in accounting or finance. That changes how Jeremy tends to approach the numbers. [2:41] Jeremy explains how he evaluates a business by looking at three numbers: the lifetime value of the customers, the customer acquisition cost, and the total addressable market. Marketing is a key component of each of those numbers. [4:36] Jeremy has worked with startups and scaling businesses. He's seen a broad spread of financial knowledge within company leadership. Sometimes an executive team has problems because of their different levels of understanding. Do you understand GAAP and income statements? What are revenue, gross profit, and EBITDA; the basic terminology. Some executive teams don't know these terms. [5:33] The next big question is which financial statement is the most important to look at, the cash flow or the P&L statement? It depends on whether you are a startup or an established company. There's a transition the executive team needs to make from a stage of perpetually raising capital to a stage of starting to generate capital and focus on unit economics, and understanding sound investments. [7:51] Super-mature businesses are balance-sheet-driven. These are companies like banks, oil, and gas, that have balance sheet sensitivities they need to pay attention to. [8:06] Get an executive team all on the same page with a basic background in finances and then focus that alignment in education first on whichever financial statement is the most important to the business, according to what stage your business is in. [9:27] There's an element of leadership that's getting people to follow you and there's an element of knowing what the right direction to go is. The math of business is useful in helping you figure out what the right direction is. [9:45] The first step in identifying the right direction can be self-study. Sometimes it's about understanding the terminology. Sometimes, it's about looking at your business and thinking about what's most important for your business. The easiest way to do that is to rely on the ability to identify a bottleneck. What's the most immediate limitation on the business? Is it sales, product, or capital? [10:58] The first thing is to recognize the most immediate pain point in your business. Decompose it. Understand what the most important numbers are in that pain point. You don't have to understand all the numbers in the business at once. You can learn over time. Start by figuring out what's most important. [11:59] Jeremy explains scaling and growth. A scaling business differs from a startup in that as the business gets bigger, it juggles an increasing number of variables. Part of becoming a scaling business is looking in advance. If you want 100 new customers how much staff do you need to onboard new and maintain existing customers? Look for limitations and plan to remove them before you hit them. [14:06] Past guest Margaret Heffernan identified planning for limitations as adaptability. Jeremy notes that the amount of flexibility you have is contingent upon your availability of capital. Blitzscaling has its drawbacks. If you hire too much staff, then when the capital is drained, you will have massive layoffs and you may lay off the wrong people if you don't know the metrics. That puts you in a death cycle. [15:44] Growth can be self-financed or it can come at the cost of additional capital. Blitzscaling is valid in winner-take-all markets. An example of this is Netflix. Their model is streaming video, so they had to grab as many customers as possible before others captured the market. They had to raise capital through growth and figure out how to make customers sticky. They enabled streaming through Xbox. [16:54] Often, blitzscaling is not the right approach, especially if you raise too much capital at too low of a valuation, which may hurt your investors. Prove profitability first and then raise capital at a higher multiple a little bit later. [18:56] Marketing analytics is used by companies like Facebook to choose what ad to show. Talroo uses analytics to identify the right job candidates for employers that are looking to hire essential workers. The analytics calculate the likelihoods that a job seeker will: apply for a job, be a good fit for the job, and be selected by the employer. With the right characteristics, you can start to reach the right people. [19:37] There's a space for analytics in most businesses. With analytics, you will gain a level of additional insight into what your team needs, what your customers need, and what your shareholders need. Understanding where those numbers that matter to you are is where analytics starts. Jeremy gives an example of how his former employer, Kasasa, used analytics and rewards to drive consumer behavior. [22:45] Analytics work best if you know what factors drive your business. It can also help you figure out specifics of what drives your business. Jeremy cites the problems with having too many dashboards or too few dashboards and the benefits of having an appropriate number of dashboards. Analytics will tell you where to go next if you pay attention, but you have to be thoughtful about what you're building. [26:28] When you talk about pricing, ask yourself if you are reaching the combination of the right targets that are willing and able to pay that price and if that is price sufficient for you to make money after you've acquired those customers. And are there enough of them to grow the business well? Jeremy shares some facts about the cost of acquiring customers, their lifetime value, and marketing cycles. [28:20] A business is considered investable or backable by private equity or venture capital if it is going to make three times as much as it cost to pick up that customer. … What sometimes VCs and PE groups don't pay attention to is how fast that cycles. Having multiple cycles in a year multiplies the profit. [29:14] More about pricing: Sometimes getting extra traction on the sales front isn't about charging less, sometimes you can deliver more value. Sometimes all you have to do is take risk away. Jeremy relates a Kasasa case study. When you de-risk a transaction, sales friction goes away. [33:16] As companies scale, they have to broaden their understanding of their stakeholders. What do the customers want? How do you deliver value? It is easier to work with private equity and venture capital if they've seen the metrics. To be a partner, they can't operate blindly; they need transparency. If you skip wage increases, consider the customer churn that will follow as employees leave. [35:53] Jeremy shares some aspects of conversations that were held at Kasasa, post-acquisition. They were discussing how to balance their white-label segment against their branded segment. They needed to understand the concerns of customers moving from one to the other as they navigated early conversations with the private equity group. [37:00] The PE group was focused on long-term growth. They were the right partners. It's important to have the right partners with the same objectives as the company leadership and previous owners who are investing. You want that alignment. If the idea is revenue growth at any cost, everybody better agree on that. If the alignment is to grow profitability x% year over year, everybody needs to be aligned. [39:01] Talroo sees a very high level of demand for essential workers. That's a strong vertical for Talroo. Jeremy doesn't foresee a full-fledged labor recession. There is softening in tech sectors in terms of need for workers, which Jeremy attributes to earlier overhiring of workers by a lot of large businesses. Most of the pressures in the labor economy are still present. There are a lot of people retiring or recently retired. [40:19] One of the biggest problems the U.S. faces over the next decade is a shortage of labor because we've been below our replacement rate. We don't have enough workers. It's important to retain your talent, or partner with Talroo to find new talent! One of the places where analytics gets overlooked a lot is in understanding who your best performers are. Which people is it most important that you retain? [41:41] It's still going to be important to lead well the people that you have. [42:34] Jeremy has been a key part of three major restructurings in the last 13 years. It's awful for everybody involved and it should be awful. If it's not awful, something's wrong with your culture. Restructuring should be a last resort. You can sometimes avoid them by staffing the right people in the right places. Sometimes you get it wrong. [43:45] Part of leading is looking at the metrics to know when to make those decisions. Part of leading is looking at people first when you're making those decisions so that you're making the right choices. Part of leading is knowing that your team members are vital, too. You have to do what you can to provide a soft landing for the people you have to lose. Provide as much transparency as you can upfront. [46:34] Jeremy's last message for listeners: “People look at numbers and people as exclusive and they're not. They should both provide you with insight into the other. So, when you talk about the hard side of leadership and the soft side of leadership, they're both sides. There's a lot to be said for figuring out how to use them to work together, to make you stronger on both sides of that equation.” [47:26] Closing quote: Remember, “Academic qualifications are important and so is financial education. They're both important and schools are forgetting one of them.” — Robert Kiyosaki   Quotable Quotes “When you think about what drives the value of a business, … it boils down to three things: What's the lifetime value of your customers? What's your customer acquisition cost? … and … What's the total addressable market? … [Pay attention to] those three numbers.”  “You want to figure out how you can build a business that's going to continue to grow without perpetual capital-raising and the perpetual dilution that comes along with it. Sometimes it can take some time for the executive team to make that transition.”  “If you raise too much capital at too low of a valuation, you might have hurt your investors. You might have to get really big to get the same return for your investors that you would have if you'd proven profitability and then raised at a much higher multiple a little bit later.”  “When you talk about pricing, … are you reaching … the right targets that are willing and able to pay that price, and is that price sufficient for you to make money after you've acquired those customers? … Are there enough of them to grow the business well?”  “A business is considered investable or backable by private equity or venture capital if you're going to make three times as much as it cost you to pick up that customer off of that business. … What sometimes VCs and PE groups don't pay attention to is how fast that cycles.”  “It is way easier to work with private equity and venture capital if they've seen the metrics. … For the most part, venture capitalists and private equity managers are there to make money for their investors but they want to do it in partnership.” “One of the biggest problems that the U.S. faces over the next decade is a shortage of labor because we've been below our replacement rate. We don't have enough workers. … It's really important to retain your talent.”  “You do have to balance the needs of the company against the needs of the employee. But if you can do that, then a lot of times, just operating with compassion, and some transparency and some honesty, can go a long way.”    Resources Mentioned Theleadershippodcast.com Sponsored by: Darley.com Rafti Advisors. LLC Self-Reliant Leadership. LLC Jeremy Foster Talroo.com E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year for the Southwest Margaret Heffernan Reid Hoffman Kasasa  

The Crude Life
The Crude Life Week In Review Episode 488: Oil Taxes Provide “Free Tuition”, EVolution Hybrid, Canadian Energy Update And The Voice Of West Texas Kris Moore

The Crude Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023


Here are this week's special guests and energy experts on The Crude Life Week In Review Episode 488. Hunter Berg has a fantastic job these days. Finding students who want a “free education” at Williston State College. According to Berg, executive director, Williston State College Foundation, the university has been [...]

Writing All the Things
Keep Writing No Matter Your Age: Interview with Teddy Jones

Writing All the Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 30:37


On today's episode we speak with author Teddy Jones about writing no matter your age. She was a joy to interview, and what a lovely voice she has. Teddy Jones is the author of five published novels, Halfwide; Jackson's Pond, Texas; Slanted Light, the second in the Jackson's Pond, Texas series; Making It Home, the third, and Well Tended; as well as a collection of short stories, Nowhere Near. Her short fiction received the Gold Medal First Prize in the Faulkner-Wisdom competition in 2015. Jackson's Pond, Texas was a finalist for the 2014 Willa Award in contemporary fiction from Women Writing the West. Her as yet unpublished novel, A Good Family was named finalist in the Faulkner-Wisdom Creative Writing competition in 2018.Although her fiction tends to be set in West Texas, her characters' lives embody issues not bounded by geography of any particular region. Families and loners; communities in flux; people struggling, others successful; some folks satisfied in solitude and others yearning for connection populate her work. And they all have in common that they are more human than otherwise.Jones grew up in a small Texas town, Iowa Park. Earlier she worked as a nurse, a nurse educator, a nursing college administrator, and as a nurse practitioner in Texas, Colorado, and New Mexico. For the past twenty years, she and her husband have lived in the rural West Texas Panhandle where he farms and she writes.https:/www.tjoneswrites.netwww.facebook.com/teddy.jones.148www.instagram.comTeddyJonesWritesAmazon author page-Teddy JonesGoodreads author page-Teddy JonesTwitter--@TeddyJonesWrites

The Texan Podcast
Weekly Roundup - January 6, 2023

The Texan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 77:11


Register for the 88th Session Kickoff: https://thetexan.regfox.com/88th-session-kickoff Get a FREE “Fake News Stops Here” mug when you buy an annual subscription to The Texan: https://go.thetexan.news/mug-fake-news-stops-here-2022/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=weekly_roundup The Texan's Weekly Roundup brings you the latest news in Texas politics, breaking down the top stories of the week with our team of reporters who give you the facts so you can form your own opinion. Enjoy what you hear? Be sure to subscribe and leave a review! Got questions for the reporting team? Email editor@thetexan.news — they just might be answered on a future podcast. This week on The Texan's Weekly Roundup, the team discusses: The themes to watch for the 88th Legislative SessionLegislative priorities for West Texas in the 2023 sessionRep. Jared Patterson's bill on parental information rights and school gender instructionSpeaker Phelan pushing back on Trump's words about the GOP's midterm performanceA federal judge ruling against spending in the Texas Speaker of the House raceKevin McCarthy's failure to secure the U.S. speakership in the first round of votingA federal investigation into Granbury ISD for its removal of certain books from library shelvesThe Texas Supreme Court rejecting a petition from Jeff Younger over California's “trans refuge” lawPresident Biden saying he would visit the southern border for the first time in his presidencyThe ongoing dispute between the City of Kemah and its own mayor

Texas Wine and True Crime
Roy & Mae Hunt - The Unsolved murder in Littlefield

Texas Wine and True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 31:12


One of the biggest mysteries in the South Plains is who killed Roy and Mae Hunt. Roy Hunt was gunned down on a Lubbock highway, but survives the attack. Seventeen months later, Roy and his wife Mae are found dead in their Littlefield home. Was it a jealousy Roy didn't see coming? Who killed the Hunts?Don't forget to check out bonus episodes, recipes, and wine selections on our Patreon! Support the show

Marketplace Tech
A clock for the next civilization — what could it say about the past and future?

Marketplace Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 9:46


Deep inside a mountain, a full day’s hike from any road, in a dry, deserted part of West Texas, a foundation funded by Jeff Bezos is building a giant clock that’s hundreds of feet tall. It’s been called the Millennium Clock, the 10,000 Year Clock and the Clock of the Long Now. Like the Pyramids, Stonehenge and the Colosseum, its makers hope it will outlast our civilization and tick for 10 millennia. Marketplace’s Meghan McCarty Carino spoke with Alexander Rose, executive director of the Long Now Foundation, which has been building the roughly $40 million prototype of the clock in Texas.

Marketplace All-in-One
A clock for the next civilization — what could it say about the past and future?

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 9:46


Deep inside a mountain, a full day’s hike from any road, in a dry, deserted part of West Texas, a foundation funded by Jeff Bezos is building a giant clock that’s hundreds of feet tall. It’s been called the Millennium Clock, the 10,000 Year Clock and the Clock of the Long Now. Like the Pyramids, Stonehenge and the Colosseum, its makers hope it will outlast our civilization and tick for 10 millennia. Marketplace’s Meghan McCarty Carino spoke with Alexander Rose, executive director of the Long Now Foundation, which has been building the roughly $40 million prototype of the clock in Texas.

Read Stuff for Friends
Going East in West Texas

Read Stuff for Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 1:54


by Miriam Sagan in Rag Trade

Hey Amarillo
Jared Houze

Hey Amarillo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 41:52


A conversation with the Rev. Jared Houze, Rector at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Jared is a 7th-generation Texan who grew up in Dallas but has spent most of his adult life in West Texas. He and his family arrived in Amarillo during the summer of 2020. He shares with host Jason Boyett about his ministry calling and conversion to the Episcopal tradition, his journey from rural churches to St. Andrew's, and what he is learning about community and diversity here in Amarillo. This episode is sponsored by the Discover Amarillo app and Wieck Realty. 

On The Wing Podcast
EP. 196: Bobwhite and Blue Quail in Texas with Gun Dog Supply's Steve Snell

On The Wing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 88:04


Host Bob St.Pierre is joined by Gun Dog Supply's Steve Snell to talk bird hunting, dogs, and bird dog gear. Steve is a passionate bird dog man and likely among the country's top traveling wingshooters racking up truck miles in search of covey flushes from his home in Mississippi to his quail hunting properties in Texas to public lands destinations in Montana and beyond. Episode Highlights: • The guys reminisce about a quail hunting trip together on which Bob bagged his first-ever blue quail after making the 17-hour drive from Minnesota to West Texas to hunt over his own bird dogs. Snell also explains his love for hunting “cheating” blue quail (also known as scaled quail and cottontops) over big running English pointers. • Snell explains the Gun Dog Supply origin story and shares the business' top-selling bird dog gear items, while also offering some sage advice for what to list on a bird dog's ID collar. • Just back from a quail hunting trip to Texas, Snell provides a recap of his hunt and an overview for the rest of the Texas quail season.

Bayou Dragons Podcast
Bayou Dragons Podcast Ep. 23 (RUN THE DAMN BALL)

Bayou Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 115:04


This evening we are sitting in Lubbock, Texas with our friends Brooks Knightstep and Wrangler Haresnape. A while back they reached out to us and invited us up to show us how they roll in West Texas. We figured it would be a good time and sure enough the boys didn't disappoint. After a successful day of Sandhill Crane hunting we've gathered back at the house for dinner and a couple of cold snacks while we share experiences and shoot the bull for episode 23.

Texas Ag Today
Texas Ag Today - December 23, 2022

Texas Ag Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 22:59


Cattle producers across Texas are dealing with the cold arctic blast. Many Texas High Plains farmers are making planting decisions for next year. The West Texas cotton harvest is just about done after a very challenging year. Fair trade with Mexico must be protected. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.

Soccer Down Here
Soccer Down Here 1v1: West Texas FC Owners Melina and Jason Cannon

Soccer Down Here

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 19:00


The NPSL returns to west Texas in the form of West Texas FCLead owners Melina and Jason Cannon drop by to talk about the return of the market to the league this summer and what the sport means to the Midland-Odessa region...

The National Land Podcast
Predator Management in Texas, with Wayne Dunson

The National Land Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 46:46


In this episode, we will be talking with Land Professional Wayne Dunson out in West Texas. Wayne has had a problem that many people have and that problem is a surplus of predators on his land. Wayne is an experienced Land Professional, but sometimes the land can throw you a curveball. For Wayne, that curveball came in the form of Coyotes. Through trial and error, research, and good old hard work Wayne has learned how to manage his predators with traps, snares, and various techniques for both. Not only is Wayne Dunson a wonderful storyteller, but his lessons will help you with your own predator problems. Contact Wayne Dunson Learn more about the buying and selling of land

Coaching DNA Podcast
Kendra Potts (pt 2), Volleyball Coach, West Texas A&M

Coaching DNA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 38:16


The AllCreation Podcast
Envisioning Transformation: Dr. Marj Barlow, part 1

The AllCreation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 56:09


A Life of Transformation: Marj Barlow, PhD, is a historically-significant therapist, global business change leader, and self-care advocate. Most famous for her pioneering leadership at Interface Carpets, the world's largest, commercial carpet manufacturer, and the first global manufacturer to try to reach net zero and net regenerative environmental impacts. She built that success off of an identity rooted in family, Faith, science, psychology, and her own experiences. In this podcast, editor Chris Searles wanted to 'envision transformation' from an American/Christian historical perspective, so he asked Marj to share about her early life. Born and raised in rural West Texas in the 1930s, mother to five, and more, Marj knows transformation. This interview is part of AllCreation's collection, Envisioning Transformation.    Learn More MarjBarlow.com The Pocket Grandmother The Possible Woman Interface eco-sustainability legacy  Listen to part 2 of this interview. References Owens, TX  The Great Depression, 1930s Fundamental Baptist (West TX) Texas Baptist History , A brief history of Fundamentalism Religion in Early Texas  cream separator (1935), driving a tractor (1939) Canyon, TX; Kingsville, TX; The King Ranch; Austin; Corpus Christi (1940s-2010s) World War II, 1940-1945  Plastics engineering, 1945 BBA, opportunity for uS women 1945 Quantum physics, 1950s  Rev. Carlyse Marney, Gov. Alan Shivers, 1950s Clifton Strength Finder, Don Clifton, 1960s Positive psychology, 1960s    Cleburne County community therapy  Jean Houston   Mystery of what love is  PROGRAM0:00    Welcome & intro 3:00    Marj shares about her childhood 10:00    Adult life at 1515:15    A Baptist, quantum-physicist, first husband  21:00    Single mom with four children at 3424:30    Becoming a counselor & second husband   32:30    Massive American culture shift 38:00    New life as a therapist42:00    How her beliefs have evolved  respect for more pious people exploring other Faiths, different pathways  social life sampling other Christian denominations Jean Houston   Life after death science  Quotes I think that's all we have, is our story -- and everybody's story is very important to me. So I try to help people join what I call ''The Triple A'' and become the Author, the Actor, and the Audience of your life story. You're the only one who will watch your story from birth to death… I help people get their story into a form they can live with.Each human being is unique and very significant. We are God in action -- and it is our sacred privilege to travel a lifetime and learn how to love.. Who are you really? What could you be?Each little child is to be unfolded, not molded. Thanks for listening. This podcast is 1 of seven interviews from our Winter Solstice 2022 collection, "Envisioning Transformation." It was produced and edited by Chris Searles. 

Radio Toilet ov Hell
Toilet Radio 408 – The Giving of Xmas Cheer

Radio Toilet ov Hell

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 88:50


We give each other nice xmas gifts on this week's very special holiday episode. BUT ALSO: Joe talks about a disturbing scene in a West Texas bathroom, we laugh at a guy getting crypto scammed by a YouTube account pretending to be Lars Ulrich, Breno getting COVID for the ninth time, and TOOL finding a new way to rip off their fans with overpriced tchochkies. It is a good, and holy, one. Music featured on this show: The Riverboat Gamblers - Father Christmas This program is available on Spotify. It is also available on iTunes or whatever they call it now, where you can rate, review, and subscribe. Give us money on Patreon to get exclusive bonus episodes and other cool shit.

Michael In The Middle
Episode 19- Where You Lead

Michael In The Middle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 46:22


Larry Dunlap is a pastor in a traditional sense but never let's tradition get in the way of following where he sees God leading him. Whether it's helping establish a ministry to immigrants in West Texas or giving wings to a surfing and skateboarding ministry via a mobile pizza oven, Larry's heart runs wide open. Episode 19 is a fun-filled and touching look at how ministry in a local church can make a world of difference.

Inside the Walls Podcasts
Episode 80: An Interview with The West Texas Warbirds

Inside the Walls Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 47:53


We're wrapping up 2022 with the Final Expansion team for the 2023 season! Zach and Jim welcome the West Texas Warbirds to the National Arena League as they are joined by the entire managing group that is in Odessa including head coach Nate Smith!

The MisFitNation
The MisFitNation Welcomes Scott Hayley Texas Country Artist and much more

The MisFitNation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 35:20


The MisFitNation Welcomes Scott Hayley Texas Country Artist and much more   Welcome to our Take it Home Thursday show this week. We are glad you are back with us and look forward to hearing your thoughts on this chat.   We started the week off with our chat with Alternate Investment Information from Chris Odegard and now we bring you, Scott Hayley, for a chat about his journey to being a Texas Country Artist   With Influences from Billy Ray Cyrus and Sammy Hagar, Scott Hayley made a lifetime dream a reality.   Coming from a hard-scrabble upbringing, his parents pulled together the money to take him to see Billy Ray Cyrus live in concert. This life-changing moment inspired him to dedicate his life to country music.   Never afraid of hard work, Hayley built a promising career in the West Texas oil fields as a directional drilling consultant. After 19 years of making a living with his oil rig company, he turned in his hard hat to finally pursue his dream of playing Texas country music.   This is a chat you will not want to miss. Enjoy episode 226 of The MisFitNation!   Check out his website here:   https://scotthayley.com/   All of our latest episodes and videos can be found here:   https://www.themisfitnation.com   This episode   YouTube:  https://youtu.be/U358MeLDCb0 Support us here:  https://ko-fi.com/themisfitnationpodcast   #Texas #CountryArtist #Roughneck #Ukraine Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Coaching DNA Podcast
Kendra Potts, Volleyball Coach, West Texas A&M University

Coaching DNA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 30:49


Evolve with Pete Evans
Cassie Huckaby: Grit

Evolve with Pete Evans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 16:12


Dr. Cassie Huckaby is originally from West Texas but currently resides in Southern California. She received her undergraduate degree at Texas Tech University and attended Bastyr University California to complete her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. Her health and life was forever changed by naturopathic medicine and she has been completely consumed with a passion and respect for what she calls 'the most beautiful, honest, life-giving medicine she has ever found.' Grit Natural Medicine Watch in Full Here: evolvenetwork.tv/channel/cassie-huckaby-grit Due to extreme censorship and shadow banning, we have created a platform challenging the mainstream paradigm, to create a space to share vision and views, to create long term sustainable health solutions. To express without censorship and restriction. To allow freedom of speech and interest in ideas that will allow humanity to Evolve… Become part of the solution. We hope you've enjoyed this podcast - if you'd like to listen to more, please visit the Evolve Network I'd love to know your thoughts and experiences - join the conversation on my Facebook page - www.facebook.com/evolvenetworktv Instagram @evolvenetworktv instagram.com/evolvenetworktv Follow Pete Evans accounts here campsite.bio/peteevans

Dr. Dale on Quail
Episode 44: Roy Wilson- 40 Years of Outfitting Quail Hunts in West Texas

Dr. Dale on Quail

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 57:39


Episode 44: Roy Wilson- 40 Years of Outfitting Quail Hunts in West Texas by Dr. Dale Rollins

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 22-406 - Skewed Reality

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 38:41


In this episode, inmate 1472 built of house of cards on a foundation of deep deception. Massive caravan of thousands of illegals flood into West Texas over 2 day period. Credit card debt high, savings low.

The Back of The House Podcast
West Texas Strength w/ Juan Martinez

The Back of The House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 109:33


Welcome back TBOH family! This week we prepare you for your New Year's Resolutions and welcome Juan Martinez, personal trainer and owner of Wet Texas Strength Nutation & Training Center. We jump into the story of his journey becoming a business owner and thriving in a very competitive industry. Be sure to follow West Texas Strength and contact Juan to help you plan and prepare for you strength and weight loss goals. Enjoy TBOH family. https://www.facebook.com/WestTexasStrength https://www.facebook.com/juan.martinez.dietdoc https://www.instagram.com/wts_juan/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-back-of-the-house/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-back-of-the-house/support

Real Estate Monopoly
Alternative Assets: How This Expert Investor Diversifies Her Portfolio (with Courtney Moeller) | REM #174

Real Estate Monopoly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 41:11


Is real estate the best asset class to invest in? As much as you might love real estate, as a savvy investor, you NEED to educate yourself on how to diversify your investments if you want to protect your wealth long term. Today's guest is an expert in multiple different asset classes, and she shares some insightful gems to help you understand how to invest your money in assets like real estate (and OTHERS) so you can be in the best position to reach your financial goals. Courtney Moeller served in the United States Navy from 1999 until 2005 as an aviation electronics technician stationed at NAS Coronado and aboard the USS Nimitz CVN-68. Upon honorable discharge, she returned to West Texas and sold real estate for several years. For the past 10 years, she has been involved in investing, exploration and drilling of over 60 wells throughout Texas. Her real estate portfolio includes multi-family and storage throughout the United States. She is heavily involved in the cryptocurrency space from mining bitcoin to traditional investing to developing a real estate tokenization platform that will change the way people invest. During our GOLD-NUGGET infused conversation, Courtney addresses what she learned being in the Navy that you now apply to investing, oil and gas vs real estate, what changed her mindset to start investing as a single mom, how she diversifies her portfolio, why she is BULLISH on crypto, and how blockchain technology is democratizing investments with historically high barriers to entry. This is an episode you CANNOT afford to miss! Connect with Courtney: Website: www.courtneymoeller.com Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/csmoeller Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/csmoeller/ Ladies Kicking Assets: https://ladieskickinassets.com/ If you want to download our FREE 3-Step Passive Investing Checklist, go to https://www.donisinvestmentgroup.com/checklist Follow Us: @donisbrothers on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook @Donis Investment Group on Linkedin Website – https://www.donisinvestmentgroup.com/ https://www.donisinvestmentgroup.com/checklist

Texas Wine and True Crime
The Frome Murders - Hazel & Nancy Frome

Texas Wine and True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 58:00


The unsolved murders of Hazel and Nancy Frome are one of the biggest mysteries that haunts West Texas. In 1938, Hazel and Nancy Frome's bodies were found in the desert off Hwy 80. Both women had been tortured, beaten, and shot dead. How did two women from Berkeley, CA, making their way to South Carolina, find their fate in the desert of El Paso?If you want to help support the show, you can join our winos and crimos Patreon page. Thank you again to our listeners for their continued support.

Nature Notes from Marfa Public Radio
Borderlands Research Institute Marks 15 Years of Cutting-Edge Science for West Texas Wildlife

Nature Notes from Marfa Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 8:00


Now celebrating 15 years, Alpine's Borderlands Research Institute fuses scientific rigor with practical conservation.

Audio – Lone Star Gridiron
West Texas Huddle 120722

Audio – Lone Star Gridiron

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022


West Texas High School Football Huddle 120722 brought to you by Fat Cow Jerky Stay tuned for all the great shows on the Lone Star Gridiron Sports Network. The AUTHORITY on Texas High School Football! ™ Call the fan feedback line 713-568-6361 and let us hear what you have to say! Direct download link Produced by Lone Star […]

Is Breakfast Included?
91 - Arthur Gonzalez

Is Breakfast Included?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 45:32


This week Bernie sits down with photographer and videographer, Arthur Gonzalez. Arthur talks about what it was like growing up in Roswell, New Mexico (

Audio – Lone Star Gridiron
West Texas Huddle 120122

Audio – Lone Star Gridiron

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022


West Texas High School Football Huddle 120122 brought to you by Fat Cow Jerky Stay tuned for all the great shows on the Lone Star Gridiron Sports Network. The AUTHORITY on Texas High School Football! ™ Call the fan feedback line 713-568-6361 and let us hear what you have to say! Direct download link Produced by Lone Star […]

Kirb Appeal Show
West of Wall Street with Katie Beal Brown

Kirb Appeal Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 39:36


This week we crack open some tall boys with Katie Beal Brown, creator of Lone River Ranch Water. We talk about how her West Texas roots and favorite cocktail inspired her hard seltzers label and Lone River's newest releases, as well as living in Fort Worth, surviving quarantine and, of course, all things Ryan Bingham! Taking a little bit of West Texas to NYC, Katie Beal Brown pulled the ultimate party trick, serving up the cocktail of cowboys. She then hit the shelves with her canned ranch waters at the start of the pandemic — when we all needed something to take the edge off. Like the show? You can also watch it on Youtube (... and please rate, review, like and subscribe)! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6VQaiWmocM

Gun Talk
Hunting West Texas With Ruger's SFAR | Gun Talk Nation

Gun Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 28:17


Gun Talk Nation's Ryan Gresham is on location with the guys from Ruger on a Scimitar Oryx hunt. Ruger's Brian and Graham are talking with Ryan about Ruger's new SFAR rifle, how it performed on the hunt, and what makes it an ideal hunting platform. This Gun Talk Nation is brought to you by EOTECH, Ruger and Springfield Armory. Copyright ©2022 Freefire Media, LLC

FP Podcast
FP Permian Basin Executive Director Shane Kenney

FP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 17:44


On today's episode of the FP Podcast, FP Permian Basin Executive Director Shane Kenney shares an encouraging and challenging word, during a devotional at the Fall Conference in October.  Shane has been working with students since 1998. He has served as a youth pastor in Florida for many years as well as coaching at the local school. It was during that time that he got a burden for campus ministry. In February of 2011 he joined First Priority in West Florida. In July of 2013 he moved his family to West Texas to become the Executive Director in the Permian Basin. Shane lives in Odessa, TX with his wife, Natalie and oldest daughter Tori. His youngest daughter Tristan currently lives in Anchorage, AK. Find out more about FP Permian Basin here: https://firstprioritypb.org/staff/

What Can Go Wrong Podcast
87. Pierre Has A Heart!!

What Can Go Wrong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 33:11


0:18 Introductions 2:00- Pierre's white family (The Stevensons) 5:14- Thanksgiving at Pierre's Place 10:47- Thanksgiving at Beige's place 16:13- Intermission 16:55- Pierre goes to West Texas 24:45-Shoutouts 28:13-Intermission 28:19- Shoutouts continue 31:34- Bloopers Follow the Podcast: Instagram: WhatCanGoWrongPodcast TikTok: WhatCanGoWrongPodcast Snapchat: wcgwcast Twitter: @wcgwcast Follow the Co-Host: Instagram: Lodo_Watcher TikTok: Lodo_Watcher

What Can Go Wrong Podcast
87. Pierre Has A Heart!!

What Can Go Wrong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 33:11


0:18 Introductions 2:00- Pierre's white family (The Stevensons) 5:14- Thanksgiving at Pierre's Place 10:47- Thanksgiving at Beige's place 16:13- Intermission 16:55- Pierre goes to West Texas 24:45-Shoutouts 28:13-Intermission 28:19- Shoutouts continue 31:34- Bloopers Follow the Podcast: Instagram: WhatCanGoWrongPodcast TikTok: WhatCanGoWrongPodcast Snapchat: wcgwcast Twitter: @wcgwcast Follow the Co-Host: Instagram: Lodo_Watcher TikTok: Lodo_Watcher

Pratt on Texas
Episode 3090: Army Brigadier Gen. (Retired) John Compere on the Texas Cowboys’ Christmas Ball - Pratt on Texas 11/24&25/2022

Pratt on Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 43:27


Retired U.S. Army Brigadier General (Retired) John Compere tells us about the history of the Texas Cowboys' Christmas Ball. Compere is the official historian of the association that maintains this official Texas historical event.John Milsap Compere is a West Texas rancher and retired U.S. Army Brigadier General, Texas lawyer, U.S. judge and Vietnam-era disabled veteran.General Compere is a descendant of the Rev. Lee Compere, who came to America as a missionary to the Native Americans.For half a century, General Compere practiced law as a US Army lawyer and Texas lawyer, mediator and arbitrator in Federal and State Courts. For 4 years, Compere served in Washington D.C. as Chief Judge of the US Army Court of Military Review, a tenured Federal Court position requiring nomination by the President of the United States of America and confirmation by the Senate.Serving for 26 years in the U.S. Army and Army Reserve, General Compere began as an ROTC cadet at Texas Tech University before beginning active duty as a 101st Airborne Division paratrooper, where he served in Thailand, Vietnam, Honduras, Panama and the USA. Compere retired from the Army as a Brigadier General and Vietnam Era Disabled Veteran.You can learn more by reading the histories here: https://texasccb.com/www.PrattonTexas.com

The Empowering Women Podcast
Alison Lange, CEO of Alison Lange Marketing, Leading Forward and Giving Back

The Empowering Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 34:44


ABOUT OUR GUEST:  Alison Lange was raised in West Texas, bringing with her a legacy of hard work and service. She waited tables 10 hours a day to put herself through college, graduating Magna Cum Laude from Angelo State University with a bachelor's degree in communications and an English minor — all within three years. She spent the next 25 years becoming a marketing leader in San Antonio where she has served education, tourism, culinary, literacy, health, technology, home services, government, non-profit and corporate sectors.Alison's leadership at Shafer Services Plus helped it achieve its top two performing years in the company's 135-plus-year history. Additionally, she oversaw rebranding and launched Shafer Serves, a philanthropic program that has donated more than $55,000 in equipment and services to local non-profits and community members such as Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio, SA Youth, Guide Dogs of Texas, military veterans and The San Antonio Food Bank.CONNECT WITH ALISONLinkedIn  Instagram   FacebookEPISODE AND EMPOWERING WOMEN IN INDUSTRY LINKSAbby Wombach - How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power, and Change the GameWomen in HVACRExplorethetrades.orgShafer Services PlusEmpowering Women WebsiteEmpowering Women Slack ChannelEmpowering Women Events (Including Meet Ups)VIEW ON YOUTUBEhttps://youtu.be/Jiq2njDeS0UQUOTES AND KEY TAKEAWAYS“Dare greatly and fail forward.”“I love inspiring people, leading people, and teaching people. That is what lit a spark in me.”On career diversity: “Marketing and business development are the threads that have consistently run through my career…. How do I best use my skills to build a product or service that gets the word out there?”“My superpower has been building the bridge from point A to point B.”Takeaway:  Same page meetings and using those to create true alignment.”“I think there's so much more pressure on women.  We're not allowed to screw up. I think there is vey much a double standard. Men's sins are more forgivable.”“We (female leaders) have to give ourselves permission to fail and fail bigger.”Wolfpack:  “Cheering from the bench for who is on the field.”“If we, as women, don't lay down those bricks to build that path, who is going to?”Normalizing the trades:  “We as parents, as leaders, we have to make it an option (trades).”

Everyday Driver Car Debate
755: The Loss Leader, West Texas Trucks, Miatas Are Too Big

Everyday Driver Car Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 55:07


For Topic Tuesday the guys are asked why badges even matter? Is it best to hope there are enough open-minded people to judge what each car says and not what the badge tells them? They debate cars for Derek D. in Detroit, who asks if cars can haul and still be fun. Social media questions ask about the true definition of a dream car, is a faster car less fun while commuting, and how important is an LSD for a daily? Seasons 1-11 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide. Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at everydaydrivertv@gmail.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!

Gun Talk
On Location in West Texas | Gun Talk Hunt

Gun Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 32:17


Gun Talk Hunt's Kevin “KJ” Jarnagin is on a West Texas hunt with outfitter Steve Jones of Backcountry Hunts and Ruger representative Brian, who's on his first big game hunt. What's it like to be on a free-range hunt for a first-time hunter, and how do you plan an exotic hunt in Texas? This Gun Talk Hunt is brought to you by SIG SAUER, Benelli and Franchi. Copyright ©2022 Freefire Media, LLC Gun Talk Hunt 11.22.22

Texas Tribune Brief
Oil and gas agency investigating 5.4 magnitude earthquake in West Texas, the largest in three decades

Texas Tribune Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 3:31


The quake was the third largest in Texas history, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. An increase in seismic activity in Texas has been linked to injecting fracking wastewater underground.

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast
Starting a new FFS "Quasi" Startup | Dr. Barrett Jack Davidson

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 67:22


Sponsored by Kettenbach Dental.  Contact: (877) 532-2123 Website: www.kettenbach-dental.us Webshop: www.kettenbachusa.com Dr. Barret Jack Davidson is the owner of Texas Sage Dentistry in beautiful Historic Downtown McKinney. He is from a small town in West Texas, received his undergraduate degree from Abilene Christian University, and attended dental school at The University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, where he was a leader and took part in many clubs and organizations, including helping found a future business owners club.    After graduating from dental school (in the middle of 2020…), he worked two associateships: one in his hometown of Graham and the other at a FFS practice in Richardson. After being a dentist for eight months, Dr. Davidson purchased his first practice in Downtown McKinney, Texas, a small 3 op office that had no computers or even internet when he purchased it! Texas Sage Dentistry is a small, boutique-style practice where Dr. Davidson and his staff take time to get to know their patients like family and practice dentistry with the highest quality of care and compassion.  Dr. Davidson currently lives just a mile from his practice in Downtown McKinney with his wife, Jordan, and bernedoodle, Harley Davidson. He loves spending time with his family, watching football, listening to podcasts, and playing disc golf.  FFS Podcast Promotional Links:  ONLY $397: Dental Membership Master Course with Dr. Chris Phelps www.membershipmastercourse.com Dental Membership Direct www.dentalmembershipdirect.com Dental Financing Direct www.dentalfinancingdirect.com Brought to you by Prexion:  Offer for Fee For Service Podcast Members Purchase a PreXion CBCT model and install by December 31, 2022 and Receive either a free mounting stand (if needed) or a $1,000 rebate in the form of an Amazon or Target gift card. Since its inception in Japan in 2006, PreXion has been committed to revolutionizing dental and medical imaging. President & CEO Yasutoyo Imada has over 15 years of experience in both imaging and dental equipment manufacturing.  In 2007, the company presented the PreXion 3D Elite, which offered the world's fastest data reconstitution time. After that, it began its expansion into the United States market with the distribution of its U.S.-exclusive PreXion 3D Excelsior model. PreXion's distribution has been rapidly expanding, serving thousands of customers across seven countries and in all 50 states. Through diligent manufacturing processes and tireless research and development, the company has remained on the cutting edge of CBCT technology, having increased market share 600% from 2016 to 2020. The company offers unrivaled customer support and dedication to continuing education opportunities, with partnerships among fellow industry leaders such as Catapult Education and 3D Diagnostics (3DDX). PreXion is a subsidiary of Funai Electric Co., LTD, a major consumer electronics manufacturer, which is traded on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TYO). To learn more, please visit https://www.prexion.com.   Model Descriptions: Explorer EX & PRO 3D CBCT models 3-in-1 CBCT (CT, dedicated pan and world's 1st integrated ceph x-ray)   The PreXion Explorer PRO 3D CBCT is the world's first 3D imaging scanner that contains an integrated cephalometric x-ray.  This 3-in-1 model (CT, dedicated pan and integrated ceph x-ray) is designed for dental professionals seeking high quality image clarity provided by one the smallest focal spot's in the industry at just 0.3mm.  The model offers 4 fields of view (FOV) include 5x5 cm, 10x10 cm, 15x10 cm and a single pass, 15x16 cm FOV with no stitching.  This large FOV is made possible by the largest TFT-type, flat panel detector (FPD) in the industry.  It allows a 15x16 image to be taken in a single pass with no stitching in only 12 seconds.  This provides both excellent image capture for sleep and airway analysis as well as TMJ diagnostics and reduced patient exposure.  A 2-1 in version (CT and dedicated pan modes only) is also available and is called Explorer EX It is compatible with all DICOM compliant 3rd party implant surgical guide and CAD/DICOM merging software programs.   Excelsior PRO 3D CBCT 2-in-1 CBCT (CT and dedicated pan)   The PreXion Excelsior PRO 3D CBCT provides high quality image clarity with its 0.3mm focal spot, which allows for improved diagnostics of many conditions.  Its 4 fields of view (FOV) include 5x5 cm, 10x5 cm, 10x8 cm and 15x8 cm for a large number of uses, including, but not limited to implant placement, bone quality studies, pathology, periodontics and endodontics.  An optional 15x13 cm FOV is available for diagnostics requiring a larger field.  In addition, an optional cephalometric arm attachment can be added.  Explorer PRO is compatible with all DICOM compliant 3rd party implant surgical guide and CAD/DICOM merging software programs.   About Dr. Sonny Spera Dr. Sonny Spera graduated from Union Endicott High School in 1981. With a four-year basketball scholarship he graduated from Syracuse University in 1985; majoring in Chemistry and Psychology. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was also the co-captain of the 1984-1985 Syracuse basketball team. Dr. Spera graduated from SUNY Buffalo Dental School in 1989 in the top 10% of his class. At SUNY Buffalo Dental School he was a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Society. He was also UB Graduate Assistant Basketball coach.  Dr. Spera has been in private practice since 1989 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, the Sixth District Dental Society and the Broome County Dental Society. He is also a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, the BC Dental Society and the BCDS Study Club. Away from the office, he volunteers with several community organizations, including the Elks Club, the Son's of Italy, the STNY Flyers, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. He is the founder and president of ME Hoops Inc. Dr. Spera currently resides with his wife Angela, whom he met at Syracuse University, and their three children, Marcus, Erica, and Carla. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, basketball, golf, music and movies. 607-624-2962 (Cell) Sonnyspera@gmail.com Www.progressivedentalny.com   Do you have a FFS practice? Would you like to be interviewed? Fill out the FFS Stories request form here: https://goo.gl/forms/7TaUF9Nqi49l1RFF2