Today's Oddcast - Talking Lamar - Campground Chaos (Airdate 5/26/2023) With this holiday weekend being such a big camping weekend, Lamar wants you to relive some of his most embarrassing camping moments...and yes, that includes him finding out what those pineapples and flamingos really mean. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Freedomain Radio with Stefan Molyneux
Hey Stef you've said many times during livestreams that living with your parents doesn't help you save money and that it kills your ambition. I'm 27 never lived on my own. Currently making 25$/h but not nearly enough to have a family by my early 30'sHey Stef I just started a ethics course (its a mandatory elective in my program) and the first discussion question we get it the trolly problem. I can tell that this course is just designed to destroy people's ability to comprehend universal and objective negative moral principles.I understand what you're saying Stef but the inflation & housing costs in cities now is insaneDuring my call-in in July you described my story as “one of the worst stories of abuse you have ever heard”. That call changed my life. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! You saved my life. I have not seen my family since August and haven't spoken to them since December. I still receive hateful texts from my mom but am struggling to take the last step to block her number. Why? When do I draw this line?Dude, I am 45, making 6 figures and struggling to make my way through a population of single moms, raised by single moms, appreciative of single moms, and dating single moms! Trust me, you don't wanna wait to be me. If you got a good girl, quit the whine and start making babies.Hey, stef i'm an avid reader, but I see that some productivity experts say too much reading can hinder your professional life.Do you think there can be too much reading ?(I mean specifically nonfiction)Thank you for this Stef, I love this conversation/topic. I've got a gym membership not too long ago, I've been in Therapy for a while, I signed up to a local course to up my communication skills, and often try to up my skills. This had added fuel to that fire, I can always do more, I spend too much time playing video games or board games still.This chat is very eye opening, a lot of things you are saying shows how society in general has us sold all this BS and liesStef is a treasure his shows and books will be studies by many for years to come!How's the a.i. StefBot coming along?Fascinatinating show and prospective on donating. I've heard you explain that so many times over the years, everytime I hear it, it makes more sense, and I feel more uplifted.Worked outdoors during -40°C winter including blizzards. Thundershowers that had me soaked to the skin in seconds. Such was the job.Modern women's built-in “cad detectors” clearly aren't working on the whole. What have they been reprogrammed to function as?Stef in the last call in show you told the guy to grovel to get the 9.5 woman he dump back. Why do you think male groveling works sometimes. Won't the woman think you are a simp?Monthly supporter. Don't have funds to donate what I wish I could. And I need to think on where my money should go. Like it does here.Hey, Stefan! My baby girl was born yesterday. I'm currently in hospital and it's middle of the night and I just tuned in. Besides absolute exhaustion, caring for a newborn really clears your mind of all human drama and bullshit. Kind of therapeutic in a way.If you guys haven't read The Present I would highly recommend it I wish I had done it sooner. Same with The FutureLocals Livestream 22 May 2023
I mean, seriously. Kris Rugloski topped her own feat of Hyrox World Champs in Vegas one day, 3rd Spartan USNS in Big Bear the next. She won the new Spartan Race 3K series Friday afternoon, flew against time zones, and made it with 30 minutes to spare to the Savage Race in Maryland. Won that too. OCR Weekly Show is a news show with Matt B. Davis and special guests discussing items of the week for Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, Hyrox, and all other OCR and Hybrid Fitness-related news. Intro and Outro Music by: Eric Leland You can listen to the podcast here. All other ORM Links.
If you appreciate this work, consider supporting it - https://www.patreon.com/seekgodtogether Today we will read Psalm 46:1 & 10. “God is our refuge and strength. An ever-present help in time of trouble. “Be still and know that I am God. I will be exalted in the nations. I will be exalted in the earth.” Today we will meditate. We will think deeply and with less words. This passage opens by focusing our thinking - God. God is our safety, God is our power. God is our help. Then in verse 10 it says “Be Still.” or “Stop fighting.” or “Stop striving.” Calm down. Who is asking it of you? Is it the songwriter? Is it a guru? No - it's God Himself. Be still and know that “I” am God. You are not God - and no one else is. Just Him. But it's not a call to empty your mind. Far from it. It's a call to stop and consider that He and He alone will be exalted among all people in all the earth. Won't that be a great day! We will take longer now to consider this. Stop what you're doing and consider God taking charge. Thoroughly setting things right. Doing all things well. You might find it helpful just to imagine Him getting bigger and bigger and filling all things and in so doing, all things getting better. We will take a little time to do this - and I will stop now and join you. You can begin imagining now.
Today's Oddcast - Choosy Mom's Choose Greg Warren (Airdate 5/22/2023) What happens when you combine wrestling, West Point, stand-up comedy and Jif? You get Greg Warren, who joined us on the Oddcast to talk about how he went from successful peanut butter salesman to successful comedian. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode Dr Clark returns to Romans 5:12–21 and answers emails about Romans 11 and question from a Baptist listener who asks, in effect, what the Reformed think that baptism does in Canons of Dort 1.17 (and in 1 Cor 7:14). The opening audio is from the Theocast podcast. This episode of the Heidelcast is sponsored by the Heidelberg Reformation Association. You love the Heidelcast and the Heidelblog. You share it with friends, with members of your church, and others but have you stopped to think what would happen it all disappeared? The truth is that we depend on your support. If you don't do not make the coffer clink, the HRA will simply sink. Won't you help us keep it going? The HRA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All the your gifts are tax deductible. Use the donate link on this page or mail a check to Heidelberg Reformation Association, 1637 E Valley Parkway #391, Escondido CA 92027. All the Episodes of the Heidelcast Resources On Romans Subscribe To the Heidelcast On Twitter @Heidelcast How To Support Heidelmedia: use the donate button below Subscribe in Apple Podcast Subscribe directly via RSS New Way To Call The Heidelphone: Voice Memo On Your Phone Text the Heidelcast any time at (760) 618–1563. The Heidelcast is available everywhere podcasts are found including Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Call the Heidelphone anytime at (760) 618–1563. Leave a message or email us us a voice memo from your phone and we may use it in a future podcast. Record it and email it to Heidelcast at heidelcast dot net. If you benefit from the Heidelcast please leave a five-star review on Apple Podcasts so that others can find it. Please do not forget to make the coffer clink (see the donate button below). SHOW NOTES Heidelblog Resources The HB Media Archive The Ecumenical Creeds The Reformed Confessions Heidelberg Catechism (1563) Recovering the Reformed Confession (Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 2008). What Must A Christian Believe? Why I Am A Christian Heidelblog Contributors Resources on Baptism and Covenant Theology Resources On Eschatology Support Heidelmedia: use the donate button or send a check to: Heidelberg Reformation Association 1637 E. Valley Parkway #391 Escondido CA 92027 USA The HRA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Today's Oddcast - Talking Lamar - Nic Cage: National Treasure (Airdate 5/19/2023) Love him or not, you can't look away from a Nicholas Cage performance. Is he a master thespian - or a lunatic? The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode the guys get into the latest Ja Morant situation, Freddie Gibbs' alleged baby momma drama, Robert De Niro welcoming another child at 79 years old, TBGP coming to Nap for the first annual 'Bless The Hustle' podcast festival [s/o Pre-Game Podcast!], unpopular opinions on the classic film 'Scarface', re-touching bases on the latest Conway album Won't He Do It, & much more! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tbgp/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tbgp/support
The Small Business Edge Podcast with Brian Moran
In This Episode: In 2014, Jorge Gaviria started Masienda, the go-to masa brand for top chefs and in-the-know home cooks around the world. In January 2020, he was ready to move on from his role as CEO. Then, the world shut down and his company was flipped upside down. What happened next usually only happens in Hollywood movies. Jorge Gaviria took on the pandemic, and he WON!
Today's Oddcast - Cest La Vie In 2023 (Airdate 5/15/2023) From books to cooking and facial hair...Doc has built a vision board of minor goals he's looking to accomplish in 2023. Will he complete them all? Maybe...if not, that's okay too. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gospel Grace Church Sermon Audio
Luke 11:14-53 - Speaker: Lukus Counterman - here are people oppose Jesus in various ways, but he cuts through the fog of resistance and exposes the truth of our hearts. Folks, there's no hiding from Jesus. If you oppose him, he'll expose you. But not to mock or shame you, but rather help you see your need, so that you can turn from your sin and be saved. Jesus isn't interested in moral reform. He wants a revolution that starts from within. He wants to turn you from accusation to acceptance. So will you let him sit on the throne of your heart? Will you hear his word and submit? Won't you be cleansed by him today, my friend. Turn to him and trust him!
The Three Month Vacation Podcast
AI has sent a chill down the spines of many of those who create content for a living. Won't so much content saturate the market? And why would a client choose your work when some other work can easily be put together by AI? The reason why you needn't worry, is because people have not changed much. They still make their decisions based on specific logic. Let's see how you, me—we all make decisions.
Today's Oddcast - Talking Lamar - Lamar's Zombie Plan (Airdate 5/12/2023) Lamar is one of those people who HATES anything and everything about zombies. However, the hit TV series "The Last of Us" has found a way into his heart...even if he'd rather BBQ his leg and serve it up to a horde of zombies than fight them. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Current EventsWhat's Kraken!?: The Kraken play WON their first ever playoff series! They Beat the Avalanche in 7 games. They now face the Dallas Stars, tied 2-2 having alternated wins and losses in the first 4 games. | Grubauer has played like a totally different goalie this postseason. 2.97 GAA and .909 save%, right in line with his career average prior to joining the Kraken.Seahawks draft review! The draft happened and people are mostly happy with what the Seahawks did! | To recap: 1/5 was Devon Witherspoon (CB Illinois); 1/20 (WR tOSU, best WR in the draft); |We were both right! Robby predicted a wide receiver with 20 and Adam predicted a 3rd round trade down. Hawks traded some picks back to the Broncos, fleecing them once more. Main EventMariners news: | Well...they are top 10 in SP ERA and RP ERA. They're hovering around .500 despite being totally unable to score a run. | Munoz's return keeps getting pushed back. It's been 3 weeks since Divish reported he would start throwing again and yesterday we found out he had shoulder inflammation and got an injection for that. | Tommy La Stella and the Mariners have conscously uncoupled, praise be. | Some high notes: Logan Gilbert threw 6 perfect innings against the best offense in the league (excl. Rays); Kirby is doing Kirby things; JP Crawford's bat has come alive, France is hitting the way he should. | Bryce Miller, Gabe Speier, Jose Caballero | I can finally stop complaining about our DH |
On this episode of The Corner, we reviewed Conway The Machine's new project: Won't He Do It. We do our normal 1, 2... Make sure you go stream the project and let us know what you thought in the comments!
Unlocking the Bible: Today's Key on Oneplace.com
The Lord calls all people everywhere to come to him. Won't you do so today?
Bad news, LoLheads - Adam is stuck in traffic. Good news - Eric is here to save the day! Ki Werner is on a quick turnaround, and she joins JP & Eric to talk D.O.C.! These three prenatal experts get into it all. Topics include: mega-hotness, the Won-to-USD exchange rate, and actual angels. Once you're done here, head over to https://twitch.tv/dtjmelons to see Eric stream video games! And when you're done with that, go to https://entertainmentcommunity.org/ to support the writers and below-the-line workers being affected by the 2023 writer's strike. Click "Donate" and use the dropdown to direct your gift to "Film and Television."
Do you know what general revelation is? If you do, how robust is your understanding? Today's guest is Dr. Louis Markos, who is an authority on C.S. Lewis, apologetics, and Ancient Greece and Rome. In addition to teaching at Houston Christian University, he is the author of 25 books, including “How Platonic Thought Shaped the Christian Faith” and “The Myth Made Fact.” Today we talk about "The Consolation of Philosophy" by Boethius. We dig into the meaning and importance of general revelation, how to deal with suffering, and all that drags us downward. Along the way, we talk about The Chosen, Lady Philosophy, and where happiness comes from. We conclude by discussing free will and God's foreknowledge. To learn more about Dr. Markos, go to his Amazon page: https://www.amazon.com/stores/Louis-Markos/author/B001JSBEBG?ref=ap_rdr&store_ref=ap_rdr&isDramIntegrated=true&shoppingPortalEnabled=true Follow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/bumperstickerfaith Find us on Instagram @bumperstickerfaith Won't you please consider becoming part of the BS Crew? To find out more and join, go to https://www.patreon.com/bumperstickerfaith. Feel free to comment and be sure to share. Thanks for listening. Our website: www.bumperstickerfaith.com Join the BS Crew: https://www.patreon.com/bumperstickerfaith Find us on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bumper-sticker-faith/id1607763646 Or Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1OZgz7PIQPEmMKSaj75Hc7 Music is by Skilsel
The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast
Hey listeners! Are you a bike enthusiast always looking for better products to improve your riding experience? Then you don't want to miss this latest episode featuring Pius Kobler, founder of milKit. Pius Kobler's passion for cycling started during his childhood in Switzerland where he grew up riding bikes and joining his family on biking holidays. He studied mechanical engineering at university in Zurich, and his love for biking took him on various long-distance rides and expeditions, including one from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. Pius worked for a design bureau that provided product development and design services for companies in the bike industry, such as Scott and BMC. Then, during a bike trip across the US, he got a flat tire in Colorado due to the dried-out tubular tires caused by the heat. This incident inspired him to create milKit, a company that offers a tire sealant solution that allows cyclists to check the amount and quality of the sealant inside their tires. The importance of maintaining the sealant in tubeless bikes is emphasized; still, many bike owners neglect to check their sealant levels regularly. Pius came up with a valve system with a rubber foot that allows the air pressure to remain in the tire when checking the sealant levels. The technology allows for easy maintenance of tubeless bikes and prevents sealant from spilling out. But it doesn't end there! Pius also created the GTA Booster, a portable aluminum drinking bottle that helps push the tire bead out to the side and secure it in place. The booster delivers more air in one second than a compressor and is efficient in changing and installing new tires. But that's not all; milKit's product line now includes additional consumables like rim tape and sealant that have unique features making them an essential tool for all bike enthusiasts. The company has also released a multi-tool with storage compartments for the plugs and other functions like a chain breaker. The latest trend in bike segments is having quick and easily accessible solutions, and Milk Kit has developed a solution in a compact way. The kit is super light and can be strapped to the bike or screwed to the frame. Craig Dalton had a pleasure talking to Pius Kobler, who designed milKit systems with thought behind them. Don't miss this exciting episode - tune in now to hear all about Pius Kobler and his innovative products! Visit milKit online Episode Sponsor: Hammerhead Karoo 2 (use code: thegravelride) Support the Podcast Join The Ridership Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. This week on the show. We welcome Swiss-based founder and rider PS cobbler to the show to talk about his company. Milk it. And the system they've developed. Around tubeless tires and a brand new product that they've created. To support that system in the form of a multi-tool. I happened to meet PS on the trail, on a group ride. I went on. Last week as he was in town for seawater classic. And we got to chatting about his entrepreneurial journey and his rider first perspective of design. And I thought it'd be great to have him on the show. And I was fortunate to grab him on a Friday night over in Switzerland. To talk more about the company and the company's journey and some of the products I know you'll get value out of being aware of. I encourage you to check out some of the links on the show notes as some of the nuances of the product design, maybe best seen in a video. If you're watching the video of the podcast, you'll see PS reference and hold some of his products in his hands. As part of the conversation, but detailed videos are available on the website, which is over at milk it's dot bike. Before we jump in, I do need to thank this. Week's sponsor hammerhead, hammerhead, and the crew to computer have been longtime sponsors of the show. As you know, The crew too, is the most advanced GPS cycling computer available today with industry leading mapping navigation, routing capabilities that set it apart from other GPS options out on the market. Over the course of my conversation with PS, we talk a lot about rider oriented design hammerhead, and the team over a crew to definitely take that perspective. And they're constantly. Updating their products with bi-weekly software updates. There's nothing cooler to me on the hammerhead crew to then. Getting that notification. That a software updates available because I know they're adding things. That are going to be of interest to me. Whether it's today or down the line. One of the biggest updates I received that I love is the climber feature, which has predictive path technology. Which basically shows you what's ahead of you on a climb. While that may not necessarily be important on your daily routes for me when I'm doing an event or I've borrowed a route from someone that I've never done before. I'd love. Knowing is this a short, punchy climb ahead of me? Or do I really need to settle in for a longer climb? For a limited time offer our listeners can get a free heart rate monitor with the purchase of our hammerhead crew to simply visit hammerhead.io right now, and use the promo code, the gravel ride. At checkout to get yours today, this is an exclusive limited time offer. So don't forget to use the promo code. The gravel ride. Simply add that heart rate monitor, strap to your purchase cart. When you're checking out on the e-commerce system. At hammerhead.io, use the promo code. The gravel ride and that heart rate monitor will be yours for free. With that said let's jump right into my conversation with ps cobbler PS welcome to the show. [00:03:39] Pius Kobler: Thank you. [00:03:40] Craig Dalton: You have the honor of being our first Swiss guest, [00:03:43] Pius Kobler: Oh, I'm very honored. Yeah. [00:03:46] Craig Dalton: and how cool was it that we got to ride together [00:03:48] Pius Kobler: how cool [00:03:49] Craig Dalton: prior to recording? [00:03:50] Pius Kobler: other like three days later across an ocean? Yeah. [00:03:54] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I love it. You know, I'd, I, as I mentioned to you on that ride, I'd been familiar with the, the Milk IT brand and some of the products specific to the, the Tire Sealant solution, um, for a number of years. But I'm, I'm curious to kind of just step back and learn a little bit about. More about you and then the formation of the company. Cuz as the listener of this podcast knows, like, I'm super keen on the entrepreneurial ideas and, and journey as an entrepreneur myself. So let's start off by kind of where you grew up and how you discovered the bike. And then we'll get into how you decided to form this company. [00:04:28] Pius Kobler: Yeah. Yeah. I grew up in Switzerland and I was always a cyclist, like I cycled to school. What's that? Um, 12 miles every day. Two ways. So, so when I was 14 or so, so yeah. And then with my family, we always went on bike trips in holidays. I, I, I literally grew up on bikes more or less. But then man, biking came quite late. I, I, I started Mecca Mechanical Engineering at, um, et h Zurich here. And after studying, I. Um, took my recumbent and rode it from Alaska to Te del Fugo for one and a half years. So I've been cycling a bit. [00:05:09] Craig Dalton: You spent some time on a bike. I see. [00:05:11] Pius Kobler: Yeah, I was, I was in in the Bay Area earlier already passing through. Yeah. And, [00:05:19] Craig Dalton: That's interesting. You know it's funny when you even mentioned the word recumbent as a style of bicycle. That's in my mind, that's such an engineering type vehicle. Why did you choose to tour on that? [00:05:30] Pius Kobler: the perfect nerd in personification, uh, that you can have sometimes as in the US it was most fun. We were getting off recumbent and people go, oh, but you are not handicapped. Why would you, why are you riding one of these? [00:05:47] Craig Dalton: Yeah. And, and not, not, and not to derail the conversation too much, but is, is it from an engineering perspective, is riding a recumbent sort of mechanically or aero aerodynamically better for long distances than other style bikes [00:06:02] Pius Kobler: There is no, no doubt. No. [00:06:05] Craig Dalton: Really? [00:06:05] Pius Kobler: so much for long distances. There is no discussion actually, but nobody knows and, and everybody thinks that they can't be good because then more people will be doing it. You, you don't have any. Pain in your wrists, neck, uh, butt. Wherever you, you have a relaxed sitting position. You have a third less wind drag. You have several of these advantages. You have a lower, um, center of gravity. You have a much better curve stability. You have a longer wheel base, more stability. But then the main, the main factor for me is, You are, you have a completely different way of sitting on the bike. It's not, you're not sitting like this and staring on the road in front of you. You're sitting like this open, you like, like on a couch riding through the countryside. You know, it's for traveling by far the best. But I would never use it in a city or so, like daily life. I don't have one. You know, I, I sold it after I traveled. [00:07:03] Craig Dalton: That's so interesting yet. So off topic for this podcast. [00:07:07] Pius Kobler: Yeah, this was the perfectly wrong start for this, for this episode. [00:07:11] Craig Dalton: Right. And then, you know, I feel like now there's this, uh, potential that a listener isn't imagining you being some nerdy bike nerd on a recumbent yet. My interaction with you was on a mountain bike where you tackled every complicated shoot that we came in front of on Mount [00:07:30] Pius Kobler: rich in Yeah, exactly. Yeah, exactly. [00:07:34] Craig Dalton: Great. Okay, so we, we've, we've established engineering degree. We've established you spent a lot of time on a bike. This is a big leap, leap before, you know, between getting an engineering degree and obviously looking at bicycles from a mechanical engineering perspective, and then starting a company. What was the journey like to that point? [00:07:55] Pius Kobler: Yeah, basically when I came back, I, I haven't, I haven't done kind of performance cycling. It was always holiday or, or work or whatever, traveling. But when I came back, I was in, in okay shape, let's say, and a body of mine was in man biking. So I joined him for some longer rides. And that's how I got into man biking only after I did that trip. And, um, Basically I, I started working, that's the coincidence that led to things. I started working in a, in a company that, it's a design bureau, you could say it's a, they, they do product development and design as a service for large companies. We, you could say we were professional inventors, uh, uh, and we were, we were developing products. For many companies in the bike industry as well. Like we were working for Scott for B m c, for, for these brands here in Switzerland among others. And we were, um, a group of bikers in that company. So one thing led to another and, and what made the. The, the deciding point for for to go into tubeless was basically a, a bit later, after that long trip, I, I had the chance to take an unpaid leave for eight weeks and. Go to the us, buy a van and drive it from one I M b A epic ride to the other for eight weeks, which was amazing. I might have ridden more trails in the US than most Americans, you could say. Here. [00:09:31] Craig Dalton: I bet you have. [00:09:32] Pius Kobler: Yeah. No, that that was really, really good. But the not so smart part about it is W we were going to Colorado and Utah in July, which is not the right moment. It's like 120 degrees or so over there. So we was a bit warmer that than we were used to. And. We ended up with a flat because our tubeless tires were completely dried out because it was so warm. And so I, I'm in the middle of nowhere, somewhere on the continental divide in Colorado with that dried out tire, putting a tube in what everybody hates when you write tubeless, you know, to take the whole thing apart and put the tube in. And that's when I, when I, when I. Started thinking, you know, I had few weeks more to go and which means a lot of time to think and, and I said, wait, if I'm me as a bike freak and, and, and tech developer, like, if I have this problem of, of not being able to maintain my steel and I should other people do it, you know, [00:10:37] Craig Dalton: And when you thought about that problem, p was it, it was, if I'm articulating this correctly, the problem was you just weren't aware of the level of sealant that was remaining in the tire. [00:10:49] Pius Kobler: I had no idea. I had no idea that it was just drying up faster because it was a bit warmer, you know? [00:10:56] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I and I, and I encourage, like everyone listening right now, think about your bike, think about the sealant, and think if you have any idea whether there's enough sealant in there or not. I can guarantee looking around my garage right now, I would say 80% of the bikes I have. They have to be bone dry. It's like without a question, but I don't know. And I'm a bit lazy to find out, right? Like, it's like if it ain't broke, don't fix it. But to your point, you get out there and you have the situation where sealant is a godsend, right? It steals that hole and it's not there. That's that. That's a problem. [00:11:35] Pius Kobler: Mm-hmm. Yeah, that's basically we say if you split up bikers into people that ride tubeless and don't, then the ones who are ride tubeless, you can basically split them up into the ones who know that you have to maintain it and the ones who don't know and find it out a bit later. And then the ones who know how to maintain. They have to maintain it. Um, a good part of those things. Yeah. I'm always feeling a bit sealed in and it's fine, but the not, not so big part know that they should look at what, in what's inside. Like they should check the old sealant or get it out before they push in the new ones or you have a, a really good working sealant in there and, and yeah, [00:12:19] Craig Dalton: Yeah. So you, you sort of recognize, you recognize this problem, which when you articulated is pretty obvious, I think, to us. All right, we, no one wants to look inside their tires. What's the solution? How do you go about solving that problem? [00:12:33] Pius Kobler: Yeah, that, that was, uh, as, as often in product development. It, it was a step by step process where, where first we had the idea we need to drill a second hole into the rim to somehow look in there and then, Refill through the valve, and then eventually we, no, we are not gonna have a second hole. We have to make it through the hole that's already there. So eventually we were going through the valve, but then we still had a, because the, the first thing you think about is a dipstick. You know, you need to, to go in and check the sealant, and then you fill and then, By coincidence, like by using it, by having prototypes realized weight. And, and maybe at this point I should explain the, the whole valve. Basically what we do is we have a normal tubeless valve, uh, that you install into the rim like any tubeless valve. But at the, at the bottom, the. At the bottom of the rubber foot, the, the, the rubber is closed and it's slid into, into rubber flaps. So when you unscrew the valve core, the, the air stays in the tire because these rubber flaps at the bottom are closed. And now we have, uh, we have a syringe, kind of a syringe and needle with a, with a flexible extension. And, and the sealant regulator that you connect together. [00:13:53] Craig Dalton: Let's take a pause for one second PS and just so the listener understands. So if you can imagine that your normal valve core for tubeless, you've got a, a, a, a section that is inside the rim and obviously the section you see outside the rim and what you've described and shown to people who are on the video, you've got sort of on that inside piece, a rubber gasket that its natural state is to be closed. So if you're not pushing air or something else through it, Nothing's coming back through it. No air's coming back through it, et cetera. And then you've, [00:14:26] Pius Kobler: the ketchup bottles, you know, you have to ketchup bottles that have these, these, these flaps on the top. That's a, that's the function. More or less we have, [00:14:34] Craig Dalton: I love it. I love it. Take taking a, a commonplace design concept and putting it in something technical on the bike. So then you just, you just had picked up the syringe and you knows some people are used to using just sort of their bottle of sealant and pouring it directly into the tire. Some years ago, I started adopting the syringe for more precise measurement and the ability to insert through the valve core. It's possible in a standard valve cord to do that, but it's kind of difficult in, in a number of ways, which I think you'll get into in describing the value of having that seal on the inside of the valve and how that interacts with the sort of plunger, if you will. I don't know if that's gonna be the right term that's attached to the syringe. [00:15:22] Pius Kobler: yeah. Like the wording is we, we, the, the part inside the, the inside the tire. Inside the rim, we call it the rubber foot. And then you have the, the, the aluminum part, uh, that you screw onto the rim, that's the valve stem. And then you have the valve cord that goes into the valve stem. And we removed the valve core. And the air is still the, the, the, the. The tire remains pressurized because the rubber flaps are closed. And now the trick is that with this needle here that we have connected to the syringe, you can push through the rubber flaps into the tire with the air pressure still being in the tire. That's the, the core of our technology because now you with the needle, you go to the bottom of the tire, the sealant has accumulated at the bottom of the tire, and, and now basically all you have to do is you open the sealant to regulator. And the, the, the air pressure in the tire is pushing the sealant into your syringe. You don't even have to suck it out. It's, it's pushing out, it's, it's automatically flowing into your syringe [00:16:24] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that was a point you had made to me on the trail the other day, which was the aha moment for me. Cuz when you first described the mechanism, I was like, oh, that's great. You know, you. You push the syringe kind of legs into that, the bottom of your tire, and you can touch the sealant. But that nuance there that since you've left the air in the tire, you have air pressure, which you can then draw out the, the sealant into the tube with the air pressure pushing it effectively into the syringe, and you can see the exact measurement of what remains in the tire at that point. [00:17:01] Pius Kobler: And the main reason, back in the days when we invented this, the main reason why it was important to to, to have the pressure remain in the tire is when you release the air from the, uh, from the tire back then the tire would fall back into your rim, you know, and then you would have trouble inflating it again. Nowadays, this is becoming better because you have these rims where the, the tire stays outside when you deflated, but it's still. A cool feature to not breaking the bead, to not, um, losing any sealant and not having some, some sealant getting out on, on the side and it, and it's just, Literally more fun doing a tubeless maintenance. If you go in, it comes out automatically and you just push it back. So once you've extracted that sealant, you see how much was left, you might realize, oh, that wasn't, that wasn't much left and. This, this looks bad. I'm gonna, I'm gonna throw this off. So you disconnect the syringe, you throw it out, or you just top it up with new one. And then what you do is you push against the tire pressure. You push the ceiling back into the tire with with your syringe, and that was the original idea. To, to be able to measure and refill the sealant in a minute or two without, without a drop spilled, you know, and that's, that's literally our claim. You can install a tubeless tire and maintain it without ever seeing a drop of sealant. [00:18:27] Craig Dalton: And that, that to me is a godsend. When I sort of think about my process for updating tires and sealants and whatnot, like I think I, in my mind it's so laborious that I don't even wanna do it. And that's exactly the bad. It's exactly a bad approach, cuz that's why 80% of my tires are bone dry right now. [00:18:47] Pius Kobler: Yeah. Yeah. That's, that's the, the challenge. That's our chance. We, we, we, what we do, and it's our challenge. At the same time, you know, we, we, we really solve something that hassle that people have, but still, we have so many customers that we. Don't get to sell our product because they, they haven't started looking into it yet, even, you know. [00:19:11] Craig Dalton: Yeah. There's definitely like a journey that I went on, which was like, first I had a good friend who would help me every time I needed to. Change or put sealant in the tire and he would handle it. Then I got some of the tools myself, particularly an inflater, like a booster to help seal the tire. But still to this day, like the, the, the maintenance of it is beyond me. And I, I am super keen to get these installed on my bike just so I can be more diligent about checking the sealant, particularly when I go off to events and it's been. You know, three, four months between checking and I'm concerned, do I have any sealant in there in a day, or, you know, a big mountain adventure that really counts. I wanna know and be confident that I have the sealant I need. [00:19:56] Pius Kobler: It's actually interesting you saying that because that's my answer. When people ask us how often do I have to re have, do I have to check my sealant? And my answer is that I can't give you a number. No way. Uh, I can give you a time span because the guy riding in Mexico summer or in let's say Utah in summer, riding every day having his bike in a, in a shed, in, in, in the heat, that guy and the other guy in Montana riding a maybe. Double ply downhill tire or, or something every second week. That's com two completely different cases. The one has to, to measure four times more often than the other. And, and, and what we say is exactly what you just said. Measure your sealant before an important race, before, uh, uh, a weakened with your bodies because before you go to the holidays, Just do the check quickly and you have to peace of mind. My tubal system's gonna be perfect for that occasion and be because you do that, you'll, you'll eventually realize, oh, my, my system with that setup every three, four months is fine. And, and another will see, oh shit, I have to do this every second month. [00:21:09] Craig Dalton: Yeah, yeah. Interesting. So as you guys have designed the product and brought it to manufacturing, where, where did you end up manufacturing this product? [00:21:17] Pius Kobler: that's, that's, uh, that's, uh, one of these startup stories. You know, we, we, we literally started in the south of Switzerland to the Italian border where you get. Italian manufacturing pricing and, and, and across the border some, some legal, um, opportunities. Like it was just easier due to be in Switzerland. And, um, that worked well from the, let's say, from the quality perspective, but then, uh, logistics and organization were. Um, how to not be unpolite, um, to towards Italians. Uh, it wasn't optimal. And then we did, we did some risk diversification where we went to the, the future of, uh, cycling industry in, in Europe, which is Portugal, which. Might be true, but only if you really know what you're doing when you're sourcing a manufacturing partner, which we didn't entirely know back then. So we ran into into quality problems, which actually led to one of the. Darkest hours of our startup. We, I, I'm gonna come to the booster, to our, our inflater. We, we had a recall on that product just after releasing it because of some quality problems in production. Uh, you can imagine how, how, how that feels when you release your second product as a startup and, and, and you're gonna recall it from, from everywhere. So, so that led us to. Basically learn the lesson and, and say when you are, when you are an early stage startup, it's so much more important that you, that it works, that you have a production that works. The price, the 20% more cost for your product doesn't matter in the beginning. And we went to Germany and, and we, and we are still in Germany because having a reliable system, having, having. Production that you, you can just rely on is up, up till, till. Today's super important and, and we, we, we are now stretching out towards other regions because the, the, the numbers are getting higher, but for a long time you can, you better go for reliable than for, for cheap. That's [00:23:40] Craig Dalton: Yeah, for sure, for sure. And um, I can definitely commiserate with that hardware development and production journey that you just described. Just so everyone understands, when was the company first founded? What year? [00:23:54] Pius Kobler: Um, basically that trip to the US was in 13, summer 13. Then, The original idea was to, that job that I had at that at product developing company was really cool. So, so I was, I was perfectly happy there. And, and the idea was to develop the whole system and sell it on an on, in an online store besides working there, which sounds a bit naive now looking back, but, but that was the original plan. And step by step we realized, no, no, no, you, you have to do this. Properly or, or there is no chance. And so in summer 14, I quit my job there and started bootstrapping. We, we, we, in Switzerland, you have, um, let's say not so optimal investment, um, environment like, like in, in, especially in the Bay Area and in the US in general. But what's very good is the, the start of support ecosystem. Like you, you have many coaching programs and, and. Prizes and, and we were lucky enough to win some, some startup prizes, uh, because the story was good. And, and, and, and I had a, a co-founder who already had started a startup before and I was this e t h engineer bike guy. So that, that was a good mix. And, um, that, that's basically how we started bootstrapping. And then in 2015 we started the company and did, uh, raised a, a financing round to, to get production started and everything that there was, there was capital needed for that. [00:25:26] Craig Dalton: It's such a hard business. Any, any business that involves inventory, there's just so much additional risk beyond your own personal sacrifice and time to get the business up and running. [00:25:38] Pius Kobler: And that's where you're, you're, you're from the very beginning in Mm, how to say you're, you're not perfectly independent from the very beginning because you already have your shareholders that you, that you have to justify always what you're doing, you know? So the pressure is on from the first minute kind of, [00:25:58] Craig Dalton: yeah, for sure. So we went through sort of the valve system and then you had just mentioned the, the booster. And I think the booster actually is where I first came, encountered, encountered the brand. So can you describe the, what the functionality of a booster is? What does it, what does it do for a rider? Cuz I, I imagine many people don't have that type of product. [00:26:17] Pius Kobler: Yeah, maybe let me just quickly finish, uh, the, the valve system there, the, the original idea was to do that measuring and the refilling, which, which is still the, one of the major usps. But then that's a also a nice story. I, one day I was, I was installing a tire. I, you removed the valve core because you need a good airflow. I inflated the tire and literally I was. The air wasn't coming out because I, I was holding my, usually you hold your finger on the valve stem and then you really quickly, you screw your, your valve core back, you know? And I was, I wanted to do that and then realized, The air isn't coming out. That's how we, we, we basically invented or realized our second big U s P is the air stays inside. You have like a one-way valve with these rubber flaps, so well, it changes the whole installation of a tubeless tire where whereas normally you, nowadays you fill in the ceiling into the tire, then you push the tire on the, onto your rim, then you inflate it and while popping it, some, some seal this. Spilling over. You know, that's the messy part. When you're inflating a tire with our valves, you, you take the valve core out, you have the full airflow and the tire. They do that without sealant in the tire. So you have a dry installing of the tire and once it sits well, Then you take the syringe and add the sealant into the already installed tire. So that's, that's the, the, the no drops build part is, is, is with installation also, because you do that new sequence of installing. And then the third big advantage is the rubber flaps are closed at the bottom. That means no sealant gets to the valve core, which means you don't have the, the clock valve cores anymore. The, the, you can release the air reliably, you know, [00:28:05] Craig Dalton: Yeah. That's my other embarrassing situation on one of my wheels right now. I can literally remove the valve core. And no air will come out. I've got a, I've got a, I've got a jam, a very tiny Alan wrench, Alan Key in there to, uh, pop it open, and even then it just trickles out. [00:28:22] Pius Kobler: Yeah. So that, that's basically the three to three major USPS of the valve system. That That, yeah. Summarizes [00:28:30] Craig Dalton: There's a, there's a ton of nuance in this and I definitely encourage people to go to your website cuz you've got detailed videos on how it plays out, but is very thoughtfully designed. And those small benefits add up to what we were talking before. It just means you're going to address your sealant more frequently. You're not gonna have any trepidation. You're gonna know exactly what's going on in those key moments and days when you need to know. [00:28:59] Pius Kobler: Yeah. And then basically having that problem solved, we, we went to, each year we go to fin, famous, famous riding place, uh, by the sea there in Italy and we. Uh, one of us had a, a problem with the tire. We needed to change a tire. So in the evening we are in the shed there trying to change a tire. We have a floor pump, but nothing else. And the tire wouldn't sit, you know, and so we say we we're product developers. We are these. By tech freak. So we say, let's do a, a GTA booster. You know, the one with the big Coke bottle. You take a coke bottle, you drill a hole into the cap, you install a bike valve, and then you drill a second hole and you have a piece of tube and, and you kink it. That's how you hold the air. Then you inflate it and then you hold it on the valve. And that's the GTA booster, you know, and [00:29:49] Craig Dalton: I love talking to engineers. [00:29:52] Pius Kobler: and, and. We, we, we nearly managed to inflate, like we managed to inflate the tire, but it wouldn't hold. So we, we just didn't get there. And so we had to drive through the gas station to use the compressor, and that's how we got the, the tire installed. And that's when we said, said, this is, this is another problem that we have to address. And, and basically we, we could, we professionalized the, the, the ghetto booster. And what it turned out to be is, um, it's, it's now, um, Not a p e t plastic bottle, but it's, uh, it's an. Aluminum drinking bottle that you basically, you have that head that you screw on your bottle. It's a, it's a plastic, a plastic part that you screw on the bottle. You get the bottle with a drinking cap, so you can actually use it as a drinking bottle, which, uh, being in a gravel podcast is very interesting for backpacking. You know, some people going to really remote areas might be interested in. Generally, this isn't the, the story of it being so portable because it's a water bottle. It's a nice story and media love to write about it. But this is a, this is a product that you have in your workshop normally or in your pickup by, by the trail. By the trail head or something like, or going to holiday like we in, in Italy. It's perfectly light, uh, uh, and inexpensive. So it's a good product to have with you. But, and, and the backpacking, like the remote part is for some, an interesting part as well. So basically, It's this plastic part that you screw on the bottle. You have, um, a bicycle valve, uh, core that allows you to inflate the whole thing up to 160 psi, which is a lot, but uh, 120 PSI is just fine. And then, It has a little opening and the slider inside. So you basically push the head onto your valve stem and the slider inside opens and on all the air, um, pushes, rushes into your tire. And, and [00:31:55] Craig Dalton: Yeah. [00:31:56] Pius Kobler: the, because there is no hose, that's a bit of tech, tech, uh, details here in a hose, you lose a lot of pressure. So because there is no hose, you have all the pressure right by the valves and it that means, It is instant, like it's an explosion. We, we call it the booster effect. When when I do the live presentation and I push that booster on the wheel, I look into the faces of people because it's so funny to see, holy shit, that was really fast. So that's the booster effect. [00:32:28] Craig Dalton: And I think that's, that's the key. And, and again, just to kind of come back in case it's, it's a l it's unclear. You've got kind of this, uh, aluminum water bottle with a, a, a cap that you can screw into it. You then attach your home pump pump up, which pressurizes all the air in that canister. And then much like a, uh, you know, a cartridge. When you're inflating your, your, your tire, you're just putting it onto the valve core, where, where you've removed the tip of the valve core, you're putting it onto the valve, and it's spitting very quickly a burst of air, which for the uninitiated, that's what's required to push the bead out to the side of the tire and get it into that locked and secured position that you need. And that's what you generally cannot achieve just with a floor pump. You need that pressure and that burst. [00:33:15] Pius Kobler: don't have a tube inside and the air is just ex escaping between the tire and the rim. So if you are slowly pumping, the tire is just move is not moving. So you need, you need that fast push of air to push the tire out. Yeah. [00:33:29] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. And I, if you do not have one of these in your garage, go out and get one today. It is like indispensable, in my opinion for. [00:33:39] Pius Kobler: potential is very high to trying to in. Sometimes you're lucky and you can do it with a, with a floor pump, and if you're not lucky, it's very frustrating. [00:33:47] Craig Dalton: and then I used to go to the gas station and I could never get adequate pressure out of those gas station versions. So when I got this product first, I was like, I, I'm now fully capable to change tires, install new tires. [00:34:03] Pius Kobler: cool thing is it's a small bottle, you know, it's, it's, um, 20 ounces and 34 ounces. Uh, the, the sizes we have, this is not a lot of of volume, but because it's so fast flowing, because it makes it very efficient, it doesn't matter how long the air flows, it matters how much air flows in one second, you know, that's when the tire is pushed outside. And that's why we did with this booster, you can. If you can't inflate the uh, tire with this booster, then then you have a problem. Then even the compressor, compressor doesn't deliver as much air in a second, like the booster, you know? [00:34:39] Craig Dalton: so you just mentioned you have two different sizes for, you know, a typical gravel cyclist, maybe a 700 by 40. Is there a a product size that you'd recommend? [00:34:48] Pius Kobler: Uh, basically talking about the us we only have the big, the, the, the, the 34 version available over there. The, the, the older, smaller version is, is basically not gonna be continued. There are some, some still available in Europe, but yeah, the, the, the, the, the, the 32, uh, 34, 32, um, version is, is just fine. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. [00:35:11] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Cool. Yeah, I think it's a, it to, in my mind, the bigger, the better, right? If you've got that pressure, it's just gonna make sure you, you, you only need to do it once, and you get the tire seated the way you want. [00:35:21] Pius Kobler: Mm-hmm. Yeah, the, there is an interesting story about that, uh, that booster effect. Um, I was at sea other, some four years ago or so, and I was doing that booster live presentation and a guy from Bike Magazine comes, comes to, to, to see, and I, I, I do the presentation. I look into his face when I present the booster and he goes literally, Holy shit. This was so cool. Can you do this again? I need to shoot the video. So he takes his mobile phone, shoots the video of me screwing the thing together, inflating it, pushing it on, pulling it off. And because our valves played together nicely with the booster, because you pushed the booster on without the valve core, you pull it off and the air stays inside because of the rubber flaps. You can use it with any press, the valve with, with ours, you have that advantage. And so he does a video of that sequence. He puts it on. On their Facebook. And now, what would you say, what would you impress you as if view count of that video a year later? [00:36:23] Craig Dalton: Uh, a million. [00:36:25] Pius Kobler: That would be pretty impressive. You are good because many people say, oh, hundred thousand would be really much. It was 3.2 million a year later, and now it's at 8.6 million views. [00:36:37] Craig Dalton: Amazing. [00:36:38] Pius Kobler: And I'm, I'm telling, I'm telling that story because. The, the whole tubeless story as we were talking, it's something that you don't really wanna touch. You don't really wanna look into it, you don't really want to be talking about, but then there is a lot of interest around it. You know, people, many, many people realize that the topic is there and it's kind of, they have to look into it. So, so reaching that number is kind of a sign how, how important that that topic is. [00:37:07] Craig Dalton: I think it's just a huge unlock. And to your point, like there's countless people who leave the bike shop with tubeless installed already and don't think about it, don't understand it, don't know about it, and you know, the minute they have to deal with their tire, they're completely ill-equipped to address it. [00:37:24] Pius Kobler: Oh, that's, that's another, another good point. I, I mean, the reason why we met is because we were at sea o you know, we, we, we basically go to to sea other, and then we go a bit of riding once we are over there, um, at sea. Other, this year my key learning was I was talking to many brand managers of, of Mike brands and. They love our system. They know what it does, and, and, and I say, okay, let's, let's, let's look into how we can equip this with your bags. And they say, yeah. The thing is, especially us customers, and that's interesting in the US things even more than in Europe, they have to be easy. It has to be easy and, and simple. And, and, and, and when, when, when, when, when they sell a bike, they want to make the, the sale quick and easy and nice. It has to be a nice experience, you know? So what they don't wanna do is talk about some tech things, tubeless, when they sell a bank. Quite understandably, but that also means they send the customer home with a hundred percent sure problem. That, that, that they're gonna have, you know, if they, if they convert it to tubeless. So it's a paradox really. They don't want to talk about it, but they should absolutely somehow talk about it. [00:38:41] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that's why I'm, I'm sort of pleased to do this episode with you and just dig in a little bit deeper because again, it's easy for most riders to just forget and not think about it. But when you get to a product that's really thoughtfully designed around a solution, like it's, it's a really nice thing to have on your bike and a really nice thing to have in your garage. [00:39:00] Pius Kobler: And I mean, that's exactly you, you can literally, if you are the right kind of person, let, let's say you can. It can be fun. Maintaining your tubeless after a while. Like I, I'm so used to it. I, I like doing it because it's so quick and so easy. It's, it's satisfying of, of doing it so quickly. But then obviously still even with our products, tubeless is not for everyone. You know that there is people who just. Won't ever do that, which is fine. And for them it's, it's, it's good for the, for the mechanic, you know, for the shop where they bring it in. The shop can install the valves and then can do a, a much quicker job. When the, when the customer brings the bike in, in, in a minute, they have the, the tubes checked. Done. [00:39:43] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that makes sense. So continuing on the kind of product journey chronologically, where are you at now? Are there additional products in the product line? [00:39:51] Pius Kobler: Yeah, so the, the plan was from the beginning to, to the, the booster and the valve cord and the valve system. That's basically what we call our, our backbone products. That's, that's also what we have patented. And, and, and the, the idea was to build the brand on these unique products and then be able to sell consumables like a rim tape and sealant. Which, which we do, I, I, I don't have to go too much into the rim tape, even though rim tape is one of the, Biggest, um, factor of frustration in, in tubeless. Everybody who has, uh, installed a rim tape and it wasn't tight, and then take the whole thing apart again. Monster frustration, you know, so, so our rim tape does a really good job because it has a, a pressure activated glue. It, it, it feels reli more reliably. It's, it's very strong. But let's not go into too much detail here. The, the, the more interesting part is, is the sealant where the idea was to, to, with the brand, be able to sell a sealant, but now the sealant has become its own sales driver because we, we have a different approach to the sealant where, oops. I'm I'm saying. It fulfills all the, all it checks, all the boxes that a modern ceiling has to fulfill, like white temperature range. Um, Environmental friendly. It's water based. Um, it, it comes in a hundred percent recycled CO2 bottles. It's a natural, uh, it's, it's synthetic. Latex doesn't contain ammonia. It doesn't contain aggressive ingredients, so it, it's CO2 proof. That's, uh, a big plus as well. It checks all these boxes. Uh, But then what, what makes it really different is, as you can see here, or the ones who don't see it, it, it, there is no particles at the bottom of the bottle. When you turn the bottle around that, uh, that accumulation, and then you have to shake it to, to get these particles, the, the, these crystals into solution that. You don't have to do that with anymore. It just is in solution. So you just take with the syringe, you push it into your tire without the hurry, like shaking the bottle, and then really quickly fill it in because you might not get the right amount of, of particle in there. That's not a thing anymore. But then more importantly, It stays homogenous also in the tire, which means you don't have this separation where you have these rubbery leftovers, rubber balls. It's, it's cold. Sometimes you don't have this separation into rubbery leftovers and watery leftovers, but it stays constant. It stays homogenous over time, so that leads to a, a, a longer, more reliable function. We, [00:42:49] Craig Dalton: I've seen those, those rubber balls in certain tires when I've taken them off. Uh, so I know that effectively they're, that's dried up material, so it's not gonna act as a sealant, presumably. And if, if I'm hearing you correctly, by the way, your product is blended and stays consistent, doesn't need shaking, like as long as there's solution in the tire. It will function as designed versus something that's separated into elements that need to be combined in order to work. [00:43:19] Pius Kobler: Oh some. Some of the well-known sealants, if you wait a bit too long and you open the tire, you have basically a puddle of water like brownish, greenish, watery. Thing leftover, which is not sealant at all anymore. It's none. It has, has not been working for quite a while. And, and, and our sealant remains homogenous. And it covers like the tire looks the same one day or, or, or a year after, after installing it. It's just covered like wet from the sealant, which is important. Uh, but then it doesn't accumulate, it doesn't leave these, add these robbery leftovers and, and. We, we have it nicely printed on our bottle here on our ceiling, but we, we won the, the seal test in, in this larger bike magazine here. I, I always say we, we won by a, by a bit, uh, just a bit better than the other from function, you know, ceiling function. But I say if, if they's done the test two months later, we would've won by, by big margin. You know, because it's still working more constantly. And that's, that's a, that's a big advantage. And the third, the third advantage of, of it's staying homogenous, and that's very important for, for users, is it doesn't go bad in the bottle because it stays stable, homogenous. You don't have to throw the bottle away after. Half a year or two a year, something like that, because it goes bad in the bottles. So there, there is no separation in the bottle as well, which in the end is, uh, quite, uh, an environmental impact. You know, a lot of seal being thrown away and it's a financial aspect as well. You, you, you can buy a bigger bottle and use next year. [00:45:06] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. No, that is nice. [00:45:08] Pius Kobler: So that being said, the the sealant is not just a sealant that we also sell with, with our, with our brand like we planned originally. It's really, it's really a game changer. And, and talking about gravel, we, we, this is. This is originally we come from the mountain bike sector. You know, the whole tubus comes from the mountain bike sector or originally, but now with gravel and road coming, the, the challenges are different for, for sealants and, and there is two major differences. One with the higher pressures, you have a lot more water loss ceilings dry up because, Tires are porous and tires are never perfectly tight. So you, you, you lose water through any tire and, and in a gravel or roads bike, because it's, the pressure is higher, you lose water faster, so it dries up faster than, than a mountain bike tire. And that's why we, we, we are gonna actually now in May, we are gonna release our road and gravel sealant, which is a bit thinner and, and, and it's longer lasting. So, so that's the. One thing we adjusted. And the other thing is it seals cuts better at high pressures. So that's the be because sealing at high pressures is obviously a big challenge for sealants. It's the higher the pressure, the the more difficult. So we, we, we've adjusted our formula to, to cover these two important factors for, for travelers and roadies. [00:46:39] Craig Dalton: Interesting. I'm excited to see that as it's tested out, but I, I love that you're thinking kind of from first principles and thinking about the tire pressure differences and how they'll play out and affect the product. [00:46:52] Pius Kobler: Yeah. [00:46:53] Craig Dalton: And, and now going to the, your latest product that I think you just released at Sea Otter and I was able to see last weekend when we rode. Tell me about the journey to creating a multi-tool. And obviously it's a category everybody's familiar with. Everybody has had one or many over the years. Like what may, what was the design perspective that you came to, to achieve this product? And then we can get into. How cleverly it was executed and the multitude of functions you have built into it. [00:47:26] Pius Kobler: Basically the, the, the approach is the same as, as with any of the products that we brought. Um, there is still some, some, some trouble left, you know, some things to solve. And, and what's, what was missing for us is there are cuts in the tire that are too big to be sealed by the sealant, and that's when you need a block solution, you need to push something through that hole or slit from the outside. To, to mechanically close that, that hole and then the ceiling can do the job to, to close off the rest. And so we, we knew, we, we've been, we, we've known for, for a long time that we have to bring some kind of a pl plug solution. We just never really knew where to put it and how to store it. You know, you can go into the handlebar, you can go into the stem, you can go somewhere. What's. What's really popular now, and this is a really hot topic in, in, in any bike segment, is. Having it quickly accessible, you know, having a solution for in the backpacker or somewhere that's not really a solution that you wanna offer today. So it has to be quickly accessible. You might still hold, have your finger on the hole because what you can do is you're losing air your hold the finger on your hole. So, so you can stop the, the, the air leak and then you have one hand left and you have to grab that tool with one hand very quickly. And so it has to be somewhere. We, we didn't wanna go into the handle bar or in the stem because you have a lot of compatibility, compatibility issues. So what we decided to do is we, we, we want to go to that formerly bottle cage interface. We call it standard interface now, because there is sometimes like three or four on a bike or at least two. So we, we basically have a small box that you can screw onto your frame using this screw interface. And the, the original idea of having these plugs is you have, you have, um, rubber cover that you can open on the side and then you can pull out that handle with the plug right there. So, Literally with one hand, you can open the thing and pull the plug out and then push it in. [00:49:42] Craig Dalton: Yeah. [00:49:43] Pius Kobler: And we, we have, that's maybe a bit too detailed, but we have a side loading fork that makes it easier to load the, the plug into your fork tool. We have a twist shape of the fork tool because when the plug is twisted, when you push it into the tire, when you pu pull the tool out, the plug sticks better in the, in the tire. Some, some details about using that plug. So this was, this was basically the tool that we had to bring, that we wanted to bring out. But then we said, now that we have this presence on the bike frame, now that we have this box anyway, we are adding something that anybody needs anyway. And that's, that, it's a, it's a little multi tool. And what I'm holding into the camera now, for the ones who don't see it, it's, it's, it's, uh, like an L and key. It's a L-shaped L key, and it has on the side, it has a bit in bit technology, so the small bits are stored in the larger bits, and you can magnetically remove them, flip them around. And put them back. So, and on both sides, on the long side and on the short side, you can exchange these bits. And this makes from one a key that is, Um, super lightweight, let's say compared to a folding tool. With all these functions, you have a proper tool that you have a lot of torque and, and good accessibility, and you have eight functions. You have from two to eight millimeter, all Alan Keys, plus you have a Torque 25 all in one tool, and that's, that's a very attractive solution that you have, right? At the front, you know, you open that rubber cover, you pull that tool out, and you are ready to go. You, you need that often. I, I, I, I just went riding for four days over Easter. I used it nine times in four days, and I didn't use it because I wanted to count higher. So literally to, to tighten the axle of the wheel, the handlebar was twisted. I had to put my seat post a bit higher. You need. Very often you need to, to adjust or tighten something. So this is very handy to have it quickly available. And then, [00:51:54] Craig Dalton: Yeah, go ahead. [00:51:54] Pius Kobler: sorry. This is basically level one usability. Use that tool often, but then this tool clips. Magnetically into, into a tire lever. This is like people have to go online to see, to see the form factor. This is the impressive part. You know how that L-shaped tool is clipping into the tire lever where you have a chain link storage, and then you have a chain breaker that clips into the chain breaker, into the tire lever, so it's all compactly stored together. And then the, the last thing that we added is there was some more space. So we added a little cutter tool, a little Swiss army knife, scissors tool that you can open. And then it has this, this, this cutting function. This is, this is pretty fun tool as well. And it, it, it, it's also the storage for your replacement plugs. So, In, in short, it's a very compact, um, way of having many, many solutions. The, the, the main solutions that you need, the tools in a, in a small box that's, um, super light to 835 grams, which is, let me check how many ounce Ansys [00:53:07] Craig Dalton: think even in the US we think about grams when we think about bike parts. [00:53:11] Pius Kobler: we say lighter than your phone. It's, it's lighter than your mobile phone, so yeah. [00:53:18] Craig Dalton: that makes sense. And, and you mentioned this, I mean, and, and calling it like a, the shape of a deck of cards is not completely accurate because it's thinner than that. Um, and a lot less weight as you said. So you, you mentioned you've got the ability to both mount it to where any water bottles would've been mounted, and if I'm correct, you also have a way of strapping it to the bike. [00:53:43] Pius Kobler: Exactly that. That's that. That's basically now. Now we have that box and. You screw that box onto your frame with two screws and basically with the two screws, we also screw this interface on top. It's a, it's like an aluminum bar. It's a sliding interface that's also on the side of the kit. So you have two of these interfaces and now you have what we call a strap clip. It's a plastic part that you can slide onto onto that interface, and then you have a Velcro wrap where you can. Attach your pump, your CO2 cartridge, your tube, your banana, whatever you wanna bring along. And the idea is to have one clip on each of these items. So before you write, you decide, oh, today I need a pump. You slide it on today, I need to bring my tube. And you slide it on. And sometimes you go without anything. So you have a modular system with these interfaces around your base box. [00:54:41] Craig Dalton: yeah, yeah. It's super slickly designed and as you articulated, like everything kind of nestles into one another, and I like the thoughtfulness around. The plug is the thing you wanna access quickly, fast, and ideally with one hand, and making that kind of first and foremost in the design. And then if you need to dig out some of the other tools, they're all right there, but they're not as quickly accessible because you've aired towards what you need on the go fast. [00:55:12] Pius Kobler: Yeah, and maybe to f to finish that, the top interface that is held in place by the two screws, you can leave the interface away and just put your bottle cage on top of, of the whole kit. And that's actually the. Primary idea you have that it's, it's so small, it's only half an inch thick, you know, so you have half an inch under your bottle cage and, uh, and it, it basically disappears under your bottle cage, but you can still acc accesses for access it from the side, and you can still slide your pump or whatever to the side with your bottle being on top. That's the, the core idea of that, of that kit. [00:55:51] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Thanks for clarifying that because when I saw it on your bike over the weekend, you did not have a bottle cage on top of [00:55:58] Pius Kobler: Because then nobody would see it. You know, [00:56:02] Craig Dalton: I love it. Good gorilla marketing. [00:56:05] Pius Kobler: it worked. I'm here. [00:56:07] Craig Dalton: Exactly. Well, this was amazing. I'm so glad that I, I met you and ran into you. Like I said, I've been familiar with the brand. You guys have been doing it for a, uh, quite some time now and great to kind of just dig into both your history as a product designer. How you always design from a writer first perspective and just hearing the totality of the systems you've built and the thought behind it. It was a real pleasure to get to know you and I, I hope for the listeners they, they hit up milk it bike. I'll include that link in the show notes so everybody can see some of the videos and cool graphics that you have on the site to understand everything you've been describing. [00:56:47] Pius Kobler: Thank you very much for having me. It was a pleasure. [00:56:50] Craig Dalton: Yeah, great to talk to you. [00:56:52] Pius Kobler: Yeah, thanks. Bye. [00:56:54] Craig Dalton: That's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. I hope you enjoyed that conversation with PS. As much as I did, how fortunate was it that I was able to run into him on the trail and how interesting a journey he had to creating the milk at brand and the valve core system and the entire system that he described super happy to have made his acquaintance and get to know those products. A big, thank you. Goes out to our friends at hammerhead and the hammerhead crew to, to crew. And the hammer had crew to computer. Remember, if you visit hammerhead.io and use the code, the gravel ride. You can get a free heart rate, monitor strap with your purchase of that career, to your computer. If you're interested in giving me any feedback on the show or connecting with other gravel cyclists around the world. I encourage you to join the ridership. That's www.theridership.com. Everything's for free and it's simply a forum that allows you to connect with. Other athletes around the world. If you're able to support the show. 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Today's Oddcast - The History of Song Stealin' (Airdate 5/8/2023) As you know, Bob is a music history buff. In light of the recent lawsuit that claims Ed Sheeran copied one of Marvin Gaye's songs without permission, Bob takes a look at some of music's most memorable cases of artists stealing from other artists. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The book of Genesis isn't written as just a bunch of facts about God. It's written as a story. God's story. And the patriarchs of the faith aren't portrayed as that special. They were sinful men. So much so that the reader may ask, how does this work? God creates, and mankind keeps rebelling. Won't he wipe us out completely. Yet, God has a plan. A plan to rescue rebellious people by making a promise. He proves to be the promise maker and the promise keeper. He initiated relationship with us. He chose. He pardoned.... because of his will. Your life is not about you. The meaning of life is found in the story of God and his gracious covenant.
This episode of the Heidelcast is sponsored by the Heidelberg Reformation Association. You love the Heidelcast and the Heidelblog. You share it with friends, with members of your church, and others but have you stopped to think what would happen it all disappeared? The truth is that we depend on your support. If you don't do not make the coffer clink, the HRA will simply sink. Won't you help us keep it going? The HRA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All the your gifts are tax deductible. Use the donate link on the HB or mail a check to Heidelberg Reformation Association, 1637 E Valley Parkway #391, Escondido CA 92027. All the Episodes of the Heidelcast Resources On Romans Subscribe To the Heidelcast On Twitter @Heidelcast How To Support Heidelmedia: use the donate button below Subscribe in Apple Podcast Subscribe directly via RSS New Way To Call The Heidelphone: Voice Memo On Your Phone Text the Heidelcast any time at (760) 618–1563. The Heidelcast is available everywhere podcasts are found including Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Call the Heidelphone anytime at (760) 618–1563. Leave a message or email us us a voice memo from your phone and we may use it in a future podcast. Record it and email it to Heidelcast at heidelcast dot net. If you benefit from the Heidelcast please leave a five-star review on Apple Podcasts so that others can find it. Please do not forget to make the coffer clink (see the donate button below). SHOW NOTES Heidelblog Resources The HB Media Archive The Ecumenical Creeds The Reformed Confessions Heidelberg Catechism (1563) Recovering the Reformed Confession (Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 2008). What Must A Christian Believe? Why I Am A Christian Heidelblog Contributors Resources on Baptism and Covenant Theology Resources On The Role Of Abraham In Redemptive History Support Heidelmedia: use the donate button or send a check to: Heidelberg Reformation Association 1637 E. Valley Parkway #391 Escondido CA 92027 USA The HRA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
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Today's Oddcast - Talking Lamar's Eatin' Table (Airdate 5/5/2023) We've started up a new podcast series featuring The People's Movie Critic! Lamar's taking over the Oddcast on Fridays to talk everything from the movies and TV shows he watches to his famed eating table and stint as the owner of a video store that went toe-to-toe with Blockbuster. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's been a case of will they? Won't they? Speaking at an event last month, South Africa's president, Cyril Ramaphosa, said that his party, the ANC, had taken the decision to pull out of the International Criminal Court. But then, the party backtracked and said it was still under discussion. It's all come about because of President Vladimir Putin. In March, the ICC issued a warrant for his arrest, accusing him of the war crime of illegally deporting hundreds of children from Ukraine. As a signatory, South Africa is expected to hand him over if he steps foot on its soil. But in August he's due to attend a BRICS summit in Durban, attended by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. So what's likely to happen? Will President Putin be able to visit? For Africa Daily, Alan Kasujja speaks to the ANC's Mmapaseka Letsike and Ottilia Maunganidze of the Institute for Security Studies.
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Today we speak with Rankin Wilbourne about the forgotten doctrine of the Bible, union with Christ. Rankin serves as the Discipleship Pastor at City Church in Evansville, Indiana. He wrote an award winning book titled “Union with Christ: The Way to Know and Enjoy God.” If your life feels shallow, meaningless, or fake, we encourage you to consider what Rankin has to say. If you feel powerless, hopeless, or afraid, then this episode is for you. And if you'd like to enjoy God more, you'll find this episode very helpful. Why has the church neglected this doctrine? How can you benefit from it? Rankin, Louis, and Sam talk about the vital importance of union with Christ and how it's the core of our relationship with God. Learn more about Rankin here: https://citychurchevv.com/about-us/our-staff/member-detail/1678793/ Follow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/bumperstickerfaith Find us on Instagram @bumperstickerfaith Won't you please consider becoming part of the BS Crew? To find out more and join, go to https://www.patreon.com/bumperstickerfaith. Feel free to comment and be sure to share. Thanks for listening. Our website: www.bumperstickerfaith.com Join the BS Crew: https://www.patreon.com/bumperstickerfaith Find us on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bumper-sticker-faith/id1607763646 Or Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1OZgz7PIQPEmMKSaj75Hc7 Music is by Skilsel
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Today's Oddcast - Behind The Scenes with Sheri and Tony (Airdate 5/1/2023) Changes are coming to Bob & Sheri land...no, not the "We're ending the show" type. When you send us feedback, trust us, we see it. In this episode, Sheri and Tony talk about the how and the why when it comes to us creating content. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Amy Carlson called herself 'Mother God' and was leader of the 'Love has Won' cult. This week we follow her journey and bizarre death.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/monsters-who-murder-serial-killer-confessions. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lets win a ball game Podcast #31 - Alex Rojas & Jon Sintes In this episode of LWABG, I interview Nick Rodda, a successful business owner and podcast host. Jon shares with us some of his winning strategies, which shed light on how you can achieve success in a variety of areas of your life. Podcast! This podcast is packed with valuable information that you can use to achieve success in your own life. If you're looking for winning strategies that will change your life, then this is the podcast for you! Tune in and find out what happens next! Do you want to win more games, achieve more goals and make more progress?You should listen to this podcast!In this episode of the LWABG podcast, I'm sharing with you some Winning Strategies that you WON'T BELIEVE ARE ACTIVE! These strategies are powerful and will help you succeed in your pursuits. Act now and listen to this podcast to learn what you need to do to reach your goals and fulfil your dreams!In this LWABG, we're talking about the latest WINNING Strategies Revealed in Podcast! If you're looking to improve your life in some way, then you NEED to listen to this episode!We're talking about how to get over anything, how to make money doing what you love, and so much more. If you're looking for a way to improve your life, then you need to listen to this LWABG!WINNING Strategies Revealed in Podcast - You WON'T Believe What Happens Next! LWABG #31 We have huge goals for this channel and we can't achieve them without your help! Here is our affiliate link list for all of our partners! Acumobility: https://acumobility.com/?ref=n3kiH6T0LTZzsPitchLogic:https://pitchlogic.com/special-partner-offers?aff=17Marc Pro for 10% OFFCNBSBClean Fuego for 10% OFF: CutterNationAXIO Trainerhttps://axiotraining.com?aff=22Pocket Radar:https://amzn.to/3apIQ9ETanner Tee:https://amzn.to/3DxmLCAGoSports Batting Nethttps://amzn.to/3FABZIZStalker Radar:https://amzn.to/3mMVm9bOates Specialtieshttps://amzn.to/3Ds7sv1Tough Toe in many different Colors:https://amzn.to/3iNYQqMMedicine Ballshttps://amzn.to/3iQoDi6-Cutternation Shirts and hats:https://cutternation-shop.myshopify.com/Cutternation Media:https://www.cutternation.net/copy-of-contact-5-For more information on scheduling and Cutternation apparel go to :www.Cutternation.net live at bats,major league baseball,day in the life,major leagues,momentum,strikeout,baseball,behind the scenes,milb,king of juco,mlb,joes vs pros,pitching,the show,the game,baseball vlog,watch momentum,pitcher,minor league baseball,eric sim,workout routine,sports,juco bandits,college baseball,hitting tanks,juco baseball,video,dgaf vlog,baseball workout,juco,catcher,vlog,trevor bauer vlog,bauer bytes,trevor bauer mic'd up,trevor bauer,pitch,hitting --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cutternation/support
In this episode we go inside the mind of Justin Cobb, the head of Carbon6. Carbon6 came out of stealth last year at Prosper with the end goal of centralising software so Amazon sellers have a single login and have enough best in class tools to efficiently run their Amazon business. About Justin Lifelong competitor. Won numerous competitions playing saxophone in grade school. Loved sports but undersized and thus went out for the wrestling team as a Freshman in high school. Rough start, 1 win and 19 losses in year one. Loved the sport and went all-in round the calendar and two years later won a state championship. Took that winning mindset to business. In 2002, upon graduating college, while taking a year off before law school, started a direct sales company. Training others to run their own business, Justin moved to England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Poland before returning to the US in 2015. Today that sales force spans 15 countries, generating north of $1bn in revenue and donations for the largest for-profit and non-profit companies in the Western world. After a failed attempt at early retirement in which he had planned on becoming a full time investor, at a time during Covid when e-commerce was flying, Justin saw a gap in the market for top tech solutions servicing the professional seller and other large brands on Amazon and formed Carbon6. Carbon6 has combined successful serial entrepreneurs, some of the greatest minds in the Amazon community and accomplished career SaaS professionals to create the ecosystem for the professional marketplace seller. The mission is to simplify success online.
Today's Oddcast - Lady Hooch Hunter (Airdate 4/28/2023) Prohibition was such a weird and terrible idea that it's hard to believe it really happened. But this is the story of Daisy Dell Simpson, one of only 12 female Prohibition agents hired by the IRS to help bust bootleggers, gangsters, and speakeasies. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The POZCAST: Career & Life Journeys with Adam Posner
1:12 - Introduction2:02 - Early Days of Ryan's life2:57 - The "jump" in between5:37 - The taste test8:11 - The disappointment phase11:21 - Is College education worth it?12:58 - The Decision point16:04 - Won a group assignment16:55 - Building a portfolio18:40 - 2002 vs now19:39 - The Grey Area20:22 - The Highlights23:29 - First job/First salary26:23 - Early lessons learned the hard way30:13 - First inkling to start on your own31:24 - Trigger Moment36:21 - Decision of CircusMax 37:30 - Building tenants of culture and not replicate39:53 - Approach to Interview42:35 - Biggest challenge44:38 - Scaling your business46:04 - Advice to young folks47:30 - Ryan's North Star
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Love a locked-door mystery? Megan Miranda joins us on Virtual Book Tour to discuss her new book, The Only Survivors, luck versus fate, and the washed-up phone that inspired the novel. Plus, we make Megan choose once and for all which is worse: being an adult or going back to high school. The Only Survivors: Seven hours in the past. Seven days in the present. Seven survivors remain. A decade ago, two vans filled with high school students crashed into a ravine—a tragedy that claimed the lives of multiple classmates and teachers. The survivors of the crash made a pact to come together each year to commemorate that terrible night. On their tenth anniversary, there is an impending storm, and they face the threat of surging water again. As they promised long ago, each survivor will do whatever they can do to save another. Won't they? Get The Only Survivors at bookofthemonth.com. New members get their first book for just $9.99 with code VBT at checkout. Learn more about Virtual Book Tour at virtualbooktour.com.
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Row Sixty: A Georgia Football Podcast
TIMESTAMPS00:00:01 - Introduction00:00:55 - Welcome to Episode 5000:04:40 - Talking Smack00:07:00 - Bear Alexander & Transfer Portal00:17:40 - Kallie's First Gameday00:19:25 - BOOM!00:24:36 - Mike Bobo & 2023 Offense00:34:27 - Carson Beck00:40:37 - Our Defense is GOOD00:52:40 - Let's Reminisce00:53:10 - The Beginning of Row 6000:55:57 - Our 1st Episode00:57:02 - First Call-In Show01:00:22 - 1st Ticket Giveaway01:01:08 - Free Advertising01:04:52 - Clark's Favorite Moment on Row 6001:08:52 - First Tailgate Talk01:12:05 - Our Best Set?01:13:43 - Worst Day in Row 60 History01:15:50 - Orange Bowl Trip01:20:30 - Row 60's 1st National Championship01:27:37 - Beginning of Season 201:28:20 - 10,000th Download01:29:10 - Oregon Call In Show01:31:11 - Favorite Prop on Row 60?01:32:12 - Georgia vs Tennessee 202201:34:34 - Wildest Game in Row 60 History01:36:50 - 2nd National Championship01:37:49 - Since Row 60 Started…01:39:40 - Won't Be Long! CONNECT WITH US:MERCH - rowsixty.com/storeFACEBOOK - Join fellow DAWGS & get exclusive content!TIKTOK - Yes... we do in fact have TikTok (@rowsixty)INSTAGRAM - Follow us on Instagram! (@rowsixty)YOUTUBE - Rather watch our podcast?WEBSITE - rowsixty.com
Bible Reading: Matthew 13:44-46; Philippians 3:7-11"Ick!" Henry coughed as a ball of dust landed on his face. Just a little longer and all this work would be worthwhile. He gave the shelf one last wipe with the cloth and went in search of Mrs. Heathson. "All done!" he said."The house looks like new!" said Mrs. Heathson. She handed Henry two twenty-dollar bills. "What are you going to do with all that money?" she asked.Henry grinned. "I finally have enough money for the new bike I want!" He stuffed the forty dollars into the pocket of his jeans. "I've been working and selling stuff to save up money. I sold some of my video games to my friend Lee, and my car racing set to Lee's brother.""Won't you miss your old things?" asked Mrs. Heathson."Nope!" said Henry. "That bike is worth more to me than video games or toy cars." Back home, Henry found his older sister Jane reading her Bible in the living room. "I thought you were going to watch that new movie you wanted to see," said Henry.Jane shrugged. "I was going to, but then I realized I hadn't read my Bible yet today.""But you really wanted to see that movie!" said Henry."Yeah," said Jane. "But I can watch it later. I decided spending time with Jesus was more important.""You just made me realize something." Henry sat down on the couch. "God is like a bike!"Jane looked lost. "How in the world is God like a bike?""Well, I've been selling my toys and games--and getting choked by dust balls--so I can get that new bike I've been wanting.""Okay…" Jane still didn't understand."That new bike is worth so much to me that I'm willing to give up my toys and games and Saturday afternoons to get it. God's like that too. Worth more than anything else. It's like giving up the movie you wanted to see to spend time with Jesus."Jane laughed. "You're right. Jesus is worth more than anything--but the gift of eternal life He offers us is free! Nothing this world has to offer compares to eternal life with Jesus." Jane smiled at her brother. "That's why I feel it's so important to spend time with Jesus--so He can remind me of that every day." -Roxanne ElliottHow About You?Is there something you want so much you're willing to give up anything to get it? Today's Bible reading says Jesus is like that. Knowing Him and being part of His eternal kingdom is worth more than anything in the whole world. The good news is He offers it to you for free! His gift of eternal life costs you nothing. And the more you get to know Him, the more you'll see His worth. Today's Key Verse:I have suffered the loss of all things…that I may gain Christ. (NKJV) ( Philippians 3:8)Today's Key Thought:Jesus is worth everything
Today's Oddcast - Jabroni Can You Spare Me A Dime? (Airdate 4/24/2023) A gang of 10 accomplices in Philly robbed an armoured truck parked overnight at a Walmart. The truck was carrying $750,000. In dimes. These masterminds managed to scoop up $200K. In dimes. By the time these geniuses pay the CoinStar fee, there won't be enough left over to pay all the lawyers they're gonna need. And good luck keeping a low profile when you hit your favorite bar and offer to buy a round for the house. In dimes. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
THE NEW OLD YOU, Fitness Over 50, Midlife Healthy Living, Middle Aged Woman, Self Care Ideas, Menopause Symptoms
What if I told you that in midlife many of your best days still ahead of you? You need to ask yourself, how do you want to show up for those best days? How much do you want to enjoy them? And how much will you being in your best health affect them?You answer these questions, listen to this episode and try not to start moving this week. Won't happen.Show up for yourself!Come talk to me here:Find me on my Website:https://www.lesleylmcshane.comFREE: Midlife in Motion ROADMAP I want more details on the MIDLIFE IN MOTION program:I don't need details, I want IN in the MIDLIFE IN MOTION program:Schedule a Kickstarter Call to get your nutrition and fitness on track!Connect with me on Instagram:Get Redesigning Midlife Weekly Updates:Find your community at the private Redesigning Midlife Facebook Group:You Deserve It Notebook: Goal Tracker, Planner, ...
It was barely half past two when Trace stepped into my office, casefiles in hand. The first one gave me a good chuckle. Apparently Elon had removed “legacy verification” from Twitter — meaning the only way to get a blue check now was to give him eight smackeroos a month. Everyone from Jason Alexander to SCOTUS Blog was threatening to bounce, someone had impersonated the Big Apple itself, and Elon had footed the bill for LeBron James, Stephen King, and — her?! No way.I gazed at the smoke detector above me, two rectangular holes where its batteries should be, and flipped to File #2. A writer for The Atlantic named Ed Yong had crossed the line from “journalist” to “activist”, going after everyone questioning the narrative on “long COVID”. Something about the evidence he used smelled fishy as hell. I put it to the side — this was one for Jesse to handle.The last file was something else entirely. I took a drag of my cigarette, watching the smoke curl lazily towards the ceiling as I kept reading. An old grandma gets raided by the DEA for traffickin' human growth hormone. No charges. Turns out what she was pushin'…wasn't exactly intended for human consumption. Then the FDA busts a lady importing “beauty products” from Hong Kong. Confiscate her cars, her mansions. A spreadsheet she kept shows she moved a whopping $10 million worth of product.“You think they're connected?”“A listener tipped us off. Said her cat needed meds, but they're illegal. The dame says her vet pointed her towards a Facebook group that could hook her up under the table. I think they're the missing link. Real secretive, though. Won't talk to anyone who's not a buyer, so I sent them an invite, pretending to be —"Suddenly, the phone rang. A booming voice on the other end spoke. “Your invitation to join FIP Warriors® 5.0 has been accepted.”I stood up and brushed the flakes of weed off my trenchcoat as Trace unholstered his trusty snubnose revolver and adjusted his fedora.“Start the car, Trace. Looks like we're going undercover.”Blue ChecksThe results of the legacy checkmark removalhttps://twitter.com/goldengateblond/status/1649162600826167296https://twitter.com/thatfrood/status/1649179696226000897?s=20https://twitter.com/realrickpaulas/status/1649136628915380226?s=20Musk buys Twitter Blue for Stephen Kinghttps://twitter.com/StephenKing/status/1649147510525423626Long COVIDEd Yong's article on Long COVIDhttps://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2023/04/long-covid-symptoms-invisible-disability-chronic-illness/673773/The CDC on Long COVIDhttps://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/long-term-effects/index.htmlEvidence is mixed as to whether vaccines reduce the chances or severity of long COVIDhttps://www.kff.org/policy-watch/long-covid-what-do-latest-data-show/Household Pulse survey on Long COVIDhttps://www.cdc.gov/nchs/covid19/pulse/long-covid.htmFederal Reserve report on Long COVIDhttps://www.federalreserve.gov/econres/notes/feds-notes/long-covid-cognitive-impairment-and-the-stalled-decline-in-disability-rates-20220805.htmlSurvey about discrimination against those with long COVIDhttps://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0277317Jesse's response to the articleThe New Republic: We Might Have Long Covid All Wronghttps://newrepublic.com/article/168965/might-long-covid-wrongStuart Ritchie: Does Long Covid really exist?https://unherd.com/2021/06/does-long-covid-really-exist/Ed Yong's first article on Long COVIDhttps://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/06/covid-19-coronavirus-longterm-symptoms-months/612679/The Kitty CartelThe Atlantic's 2020 piece on black-market cat remdesivirhttps://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2020/05/remdesivir-cats/611341/Business Insider's articlehttps://www.businessinsider.com/coronavirus-treatment-cats-fip-sold-10k-black-market-2020-6?r=US&IR=TRobin says she doesn't get kickbackshttps://www.reddit.com/r/cureFIP/comments/11qv50c/proof_that_robin_has_previously_claimed_they_dont/OneZero: Inside a Facebook ‘Dallas Buyers Club' for Cat Drugshttps://onezero.medium.com/desperate-cat-owners-are-buying-illegal-cat-drugs-on-facebooks-black-market-cd40bfe90997Cure FIP exposes FIP Warriorshttps://www.curefip.com/post/drama-fip-telenovelasFIP Warriorshttps://www.facebook.com/groups/804374446995270FIP Global Catshttps://www.facebook.com/groups/595916822107282Zen By Cathttps://www.zenbycat.org/ This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.blockedandreported.org/subscribe
Today's Oddcast - Corpse Medicine (Airdate 4/21/2023) Medicine has come a very long way since the early days of bloodletting and leeches. But once upon a time, human beings trusted a very different kind of cure…the kind that doesn't come from a fancy laboratory or a big chain drugstore. Some of our ancestors opened wide and swallowed the stuff of nightmares: blood. Bone. Human flesh. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Oddcast - Weight Weight Don't Tell Me (Airdate 4/17/2023) A Deep Dive with English Comedian Sarah Millican. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.