Perhaps you've never thought much about bonsai trees. However, their existence does raise some biologically relevant questions. For instance, how is a bonsai tree created? Moreover, as we'll see in today's episode, they have also been considered as a tool in conservation... Sources for this episode: 1) Cain, M. L., Bowman, W. D. and Hacker, S. D. (2011), Ecology (Second Edition). Sunderland, Massachusetts, Sinauer Associated Ltd. 2) The Editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica (2021), Bonsai (online) [Accessed 15/06/2021, 18/08/2021 and 19/08/2021]. 3) Joshi, A. R. and Joshi, K. (2009), Bonsai: A Technique for Conservation of Species, Bonsai and Conservation 1(1): 3-4. 4) Perrott, R., Synge, P. M. and Herklots, G. A. C., Encyclopaedia Britannica (2020), Gardening (online) [Accessed 18/08/2021]. 5) Wyman, D. (1954), Japanese dwarfed trees. Arnoldia 14(1): 1-7. 6) Author unknown, RHS Gardening (date unknown), Bonsai (online) [Accessed 15/06/2021 and 18/08/2021].
ESPN NFL Nation's Steelers reporter Brooke Pryor joins Groz and Wyman to give the firsthand perspective on the Steelers and how the offense looks without JuJu Smith-Schuster. Plus, how the defense is preparing for Geno Smith, instead of Russell Wilson. Later on, Seahawks guard Gabe Jackson discusses how blocking changes when a different quarterback is in the game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With The Groz in for Bob, Wyman and Groz discuss the Seahawks secondary and the move away from Tre Flowers. Plus, the excitement around the Kraken debut and if the performance last night won over a new crop of hockey fans. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Groz and Wyman discuss the Pete Carroll and Bobby Wagner's comments on the Seahawks cornerbacks and the need for better communication between players. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nick Wyman is a familiar face on Broadway, in film, television, and over 100 commercials. He was recently acclaimed for his work opposite Bryan Cranston in NETWORK, his 16th Broadway show. Other credits include the original cast of LES MISERABLES, CATCH ME IF YOU CAN, ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, MY FAIR LADY, and the original cast of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. For 25 years, Nick served on the governing board of Actors' Equity Association, including 5 years as its National President. Join Nick as he discusses the challenges of being a working actor and the benefits of doing good. Learn more about about the worthy causes discussed in this episodes and how you can donate and/or help: The Actors Fund Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS YAI Western Jewish Community Services Connect with Nick: Twitter: @YmanNick Instagram: @officialnickwyman Climbing Rejection Mountain book Connect with The Broadway Gives Back Podcast: Facebook: @broadwaygivesbackpodcast Instagram: @broadwaygivesbackpodcast Twitter: @broadwaygives Hosted & Executive Produced by Jan Svendsen and co-produced & edited by Jim Lochner. A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Special thanks to Dori Berinstein, Alan Seales, and Kimberlee Garris from BPN; Julian Hills from The Bulldog Agency; and Eric Becker from Broderick Street Music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
History is not a single continuum. There are certain stretches in which momentous change occurs in a very compact timeframe. The forty-year period between 1490 and 1530 is one of these bursts of revolutionary change. In The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that Shook the World, Patrick Wyman, a historian and the host of the popular podcast Tides of History, argues that the turn of the 16th century was a momentous moment in history when Europe began to break off from the rest of the world and “became recognizably the global power,” ushering in the era of imperialism and colonialism – “the central problem of world history in the last 500 years.” Rather than studying the centuries-long process that brought us into the modern era, Wyman looks at a particularly eventful period which began this “Great Divergence.” Europe at the turn of the 16th century featured the invention of the printing press, great sea voyages, the rise of modern finance, extreme taxation, among other revolutionary developments. Of these, Wyman argues, the printing press – which allowed for the creation of mass media – is the single most important of these developments. Indeed, Colombus' voyages were “a media event as much as they were a historical event. The two aren't really separable.” The period of 1490-1530 is especially notable for what Wyman describes as the “scaling effect.” While in the 21st century it seems almost obvious that a revolutionary invention would lead to rapid and massive scaling up. But at the turn of the 16th century, the rapidity of the scaling effect of everything from mass media to sea voyages “scaled in a way that would have been extremely foreign at this time.” The Verge also tells its story through individuals which Wyman links with a broader theme. Famous figures such as Christopher Colombus and Martin Luther feature, as do lesser-known individuals such as the banker Jakob Fugger and printer Aldus Manutius. Wyman delves into an extraordinarily important period of European history that shaped our globalized present from multiple angles and refreshing nuance.
(00:00-23:09) – Dan opens the show on the first Blue Friday of the season by getting us set for Colts-Seahawks. Plus, since there is no show on September 11th, Dan remembers the lives lost 20 years ago on September 11th 2001, one of the most tragic days in US History. Dan takes phone calls from listeners who share stories from that horrific day. (23:10-36:08) – WIBC's Jason Hammer of The Hammer and Nigel Show stops by to receive his beer payment from Dan following a bet won over DD last week. Plus, Hammer and Dan go over some of their favorite bets for NFL Opening Weekend and make yet another beer bet to be settled next week. (36:09-38:35) – Dan interacts with the YouTube Chat and looks ahead to the rest of today's show to end hour number one. (38:36-59:18) – Former Seattle Seahawk and current lead analyst for the Seahawks Radio Network Dave Wyman stops by the program to shares his final thoughts before they come to town to battle the Colts. Wyman reminds about the talent that WR Tyler Lockett has, that sometimes gets overshadowed by the stature of WR DK Metcalf. Plus, Dave weighs in on the Colts roster and whether it matters that they've lost seven straight season openers. (59:19-1:13:57) – We head to the phone lines for a story on 9/11 and some thoughts on the Colts and Hoosiers this weekend. Plus, Dan's friend Freddy Vaiana stops by to deliver some cookies for a bet that he lost to Dan. (1:13:58-1:19:03) – The second hour of the show closes reveals his big parlay for the opening NFL weekend. (1:19:04-1:43:20) – The Fan's own Kevin Bowen, host of The Fan Morning Show, joins to reveal his final predictions headed into the Colts home opener against the Seahawks. KB talks on Xavier Rhodes being OUT for Sunday's game and how that impacts the defense. Plus, Dan and KB discuss Dan's recent trip to the golf course and a tough decision DD made. (1:43:21-1:53:37) – A brand new segment, DAN VS FAN debuts where one lucky listeners makes picks against the spread vs Dan, with bragging rights on the line. Later, Dan and Jimmy share their official predictions for the Colts 2021 Record. (1:53:38-1:59:25) – Friday's show ends with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan and Jimmy share their 1 bet lock of NFL Week 1 and Dan gives his final thoughts going into the Colts' opener. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-12:58) – WIBC's Jason Hammer of The Hammer and Nigel Show stops by to receive his beer payment from Dan following a bet won over DD last week. Plus, Hammer and Dan go over some of their favorite bets for NFL Opening Weekend and make yet another beer bet to be settled next week. (12:59-29:50) – Former Seattle Seahawk and current lead analyst for the Seahawks Radio Network Dave Wyman stops by the program to shares his final thoughts before they come to town to battle the Colts. Wyman reminds about the talent that WR Tyler Lockett has, that sometimes gets overshadowed by the stature of WR DK Metcalf. Plus, Dave weighs in on the Colts roster and whether it matters that they've lost seven straight season openers. (29:51-46:33) – The Fan's own Kevin Bowen, host of The Fan Morning Show, joins to reveal his final predictions headed into the Colts home opener against the Seahawks. KB talks on Xavier Rhodes being OUT for Sunday's game and how that impacts the defense. Plus, Dan and KB discuss Dan's recent trip to the golf course and a tough decision DD made. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paul Moyer joins Dave and Bob to talk about the excitement around the Mariners stretch run, Duane Brown's response to Russell Wilson's offseason comments about the offensive line, and whether athletes today could hang with the ones from Moyer and Wyman's era. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dave and Bob discuss what the cornerback room looks like after the Seahawks traded Ahkello Witherspoon to the Steelers and whether another move might be coming with the cap space available. Plus, did Jerry Dipoto follow Wyman's advice? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Drew and Roth talk to Patrick Wyman about the Jersey Shore, USC football, and Jeopardy! drama. Plus, a historical round of Dead or Canceled and questions from the Funbag! Wyman's book, The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that Shook the World, is available everywhere books are sold. Visit Defector.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Involved in all facets of gambling and hospitality business, publisher, was an adjunct professor at UNLV, Author-Las Vegas Dunes Hotel: The Mob, The Connections, The Stories, he has worked at several casinos that include Sahara, California Club, Dunes, Flamingo, Imperial Palace, and Owned Cowboy Gene's Casino and President of Houdini's Magic. Has years of experience in casino operations, scams and cheaters. Geno tells his side regarding:· Magic & Jimmy Grippo· What is baccarat?· Start of the Dunes· Who was Sid Wyman & George Duckworth?· Wyman's relationship with Meyer Lansky. Jake Gottlieb's relationship with Jimmy Hoffa· Tony Spilotro· Secret bookmaking room at the Dunes· Dunes, Morris Shenker, & Jimmy Hoffa· Howard Hughes and Watergate scandal· Friendship with Johnny Hicks who was portrayed by James Woods in “Casino.”· The spirit & stories of the Dunes Links:Las Vegas Dunes: The Mob, The Connections, The Stories: https://www.genomunari.com/index.php/2020/02/07/dunes-hotel-the-book-is-almost-completed/Geno Munari Website: https://www.genomunari.com/Dunes Implosion Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdIrnntfgqcGeno Munari School of Houdini's Magic: https://www.youtube.com/user/chromakeyblue/videos Before the Lights Website: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beforethelightspodcast/Aroma Retail link: Code- Lights10 https://aromaretail.com/?irclickid=0FDWhGVUjxyLTR3wUx0Mo36aUkB3td0cESYzXc0&irgwc=1Become a BTL Crew Member: https://www.patreon.com/beforethelights
One of the OGs when it comes to SoundCloud mashups, JLENS has been making edits and mashup packs for nearly 7 years and counting. He's one of the most followed DJ acts on SoundCloud in his home country of the Philippines. His work has been supported by the heavyweights of the industry including: Hardwell, Mesto, Jauz, TWIIG, 4B, and many more.Follow JLENSSoundcloud: @officialjlensFacebook: facebook.com/officialjlensTwitter: @josesaranglaoInstagram: @josesaranglaoTracklist1. Don Diablo x Zonderling vs Joel Corry x MNEK - No Good Head & Heart (JLENS Edit)2. Madison Mars vs Regard x Troye Sivan & Tate McRae - Avalon You (JLENS Edit)3. Valentino Khan Brohug - Deep Down Low x Scorpion (TK Mashup)4. Sebastian Mateo & DJ St3v3 - Found Me (Extended Mix)5. Cytrax - No Control (Extended Mix)6. Kriss Reeve - Talking On IG (Extended Mix)7. Jack & James vs Rihanna x Dew Tailor - Where Have You Lost (JLENS Edit)8. The Kid LAROI x Justin Bieber - Stay (Bad Reputation Remix) [Extended Mix]9. Mike Williams & Felix Jaehn feat. Jordan Shaw - Without You (Mesto Extended Remix)10. KAAZE x Jay Mason - On My Way (Extended Mix) 11. Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman x Sem Vox vs Dada Life - One Last ID8 On Earth (JLENS Edit)12. SHM x Retrovision vs Mo Falk x Jonas Aden - Tell Chopper It Gets Better (JLENS Edit)13. Bonka vs BLACKPINK - RAGE vs How You Like That (RITCHY Mashup)14. Travis Scott & Saint Punk x Doxed - Ride Or Die Sicko Mode (JLENS Edit)15. Julian Jordan vs Autodepth - Oldskool Hollow (JLENS Edit)16. Dave Mak & Deux - Dead To You (Extended Mix)17. Futuristic Polar Bears & Nick Havsen x Sesco - Apex (Extended Mix)18. Maddix x KEVU - BANG (Extended Mix)19. Club Action vs Get Ready vs Mercy vs Riot (Herobust Lost Lands Mashup)20. Travis Scott DirtySnatcha vs Zomboy - Goosebumps vs The Beast (DEEPSHOW Mashup)21. Henry Fong x FOMO vs Julian Jordan - Hyper Bust It (JLENS Edit)22. Henry Fong vs Flo Rida ft T-Pain - Rave Tool vs Low SKIPTRIP Mashup 23. D-Block & S-te-Fan - Fired Up (Wildstylez Remix) [Extended Mix]24. Da Tweekaz vs Zedd ft Foxes - Komon vs Clarity Quinton Mashup25. Idina Menzel x AURORA vs Da Tweekaz Sound Rush - Into The Unknown vs Take Me Away (SKIPTRIP Mashup)
Wyman Meinzer, the State Photographer of Texas, takes us on a journey through his career. We talk about his favorite subjects, accomplishments, challenges, and some fun times! To recommend ideas email us at firstname.lastname@example.org For more on today's episode: http://www.wymanmeinzer.com/ https://www.ckwri.tamuk.edu/media/talk-wild-side-podcast https://www.rotarycc.com/harvey-weil/ Music Credits: “Blues Vibe” Michael Kobrin https://pixabay.com/music/modern-blues-blues-vibes-100-bpm-michael-kobrin-3780/ https://www.michaelkobrin.com/ "Carpe Diem" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Doobly Doo" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Jeff Stanfield and Andy Shaver are joined by the only Official State Photographer of Texas, Wyman Meinzer. Wyman is a legend in the outdoor and photography worlds. This episode has plenty of Texas history as the guys discuss various historic Texas ranches like the 6666 ranch, life of early settlers and Native Americans on the plains, and the lawless nature of West Texas in the 1800's.
Is there room in your marriage for transformation? By transformation, we mean remarkable improvement in the emotional, spiritual, and physical connection with your spouse. Great communication is the pathway to having such transformation.Today we talk with personal development experts, Wyman and Rosemary Winbush. The Winbushes have a heart for helping people discover what it means to live out "God's Best" in marriage, work, and family. We discuss ways to overcome some of the barriers to having great communication in marriage and a whole host of other related topics.This episode is a must for anyone who believes there is room in their marriage for transformation. Grab a pen and paper! You will want to remember many of the "nuggets" you're about to hear!So let's get started!Here are the links to learn more about Wyman & Rosemary Winbushhttps://www.wymanwinbush.com/https://www.rosemarywinbush.com/https://www.facebook.com/rosemary.winbush/https://www.facebook.com/wyman.winbushhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/wwinbush/https://www.linkedin.com/in/rosemary-winbush-35120965/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC50ZnlTj_KSLEBXqe2Rv9Ww/videoshttps://www.instagram.com/wwinbush/https://www.instagram.com/rwwinbush/https://twitter.com/wwinbushhttps://twitter.com/RosemaryWin
John Clayton joins Wyman & Bob to discuss the ongoings with Vikings and the COVID-19 rules, the latest with the Jamal Adams contract situation, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on this bonus episode of Unsupervised Learning I'm excited to talk to Patrick Wyman about his new book, The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that Shook the World. Full disclosure, I enjoyed The Verge, and a review will be posted from me on National Review Online within the next week. Wyman is the host of Tides of History, a podcast about history and assorted topics which I recommend to everyone (I've been a guest). If you've listened to him speak at length, you won't be very surprised by the topics and style of writing in The Verge. The narrative does a great job balancing the academic with the engaging. After reading his book I was curious to ask Wyman about how he wove social and economic history into a persona-driven narrative. We talk at length about the particular details of the significance of the 40-year-period he covers, and whether Martin Luther was a necessary man (as opposed to just being sufficient). Patrick and I also tackle meta-historical questions such as the importance of “great men” versus forces-of-history, and whether the Protestant Reformation was inevitable due to technological changes. It's a wide-ranging conversation, so if you are interested in the nitty-gritty of historical processes I think you'll enjoy it. Cross-promotion: The six-part series on Finland is done, check it out: Part one: Duke Tales: shades of Finnish cultural weirdness in my own backyard Part two: Weirdness as a national pastime: culture Part three: Go West Young Siberian: genetics findings Part four: From deepest Siberia to Europe's edge: more genetics Part five: Frontier Finns: cabins, rakes & Indians Part six: Finnish brains, baiting and bottlenecks: education and medical genetics
For then-Major Bill “Fenway” Wyman, Sadr City in 2004 was a strange mix of combat and humanitarian missions. Fenway was a civil affairs team leader, advising the commander of the 2-5 Cavalry on how to win local trust, support humanitarian operations, and spur economic development. In this episode, he recounts a pair of events—handing out backpacks one day and hunting down snipers just a few days later—that combine to highlight the ever-changing nature of combat operations in Baghdad.
Dave and Groz share their most memorable encounters with celebrities and athletes, including the presidential candidate who was excited to meet Wyman, and the time that Groz was more famous than Patrick Warburton. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
El Hombre drops in with Wyman and Groz to discuss the MLB All-Star Game, Home Run Derby, and potential ways to help baseball's national popularity. Plus, what is going on with Yusei Kikuchi not participating in the All-Star Game? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wyman and Groz talk about how the final weekend of the first half was a reflection of the Mariners season so far, plus the potential best new nickname in baseball, and why Shohei Ohtani continues to amaze every time out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Toni Elias will take his first laps of WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca on Kyle Wyman's Panera Bread Ducati. Wyman is injured and will serve as Elias' crew chief this weekend. How will Elias do on the Ducati Panigale V4 R? That remains to be seen, but who better to chat with on this edition of Off Track With Carruthers And Bice than the Elias/Wyman duo?Support the show (http://motoamerica.com)
From driving the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile to bringing the Bee Wild Mobile to Wyman's, Colleen Craig talks about her career in experiential marketing in this episode. Learn about the integrated marketing strategy Wyman's took as they launched the Bee Wild Mobile. Find out fun facts about wild blueberries and learn the difference between cultivated blueberries. Packed with interesting stories from the road and a career in communications, this episode will leave you longing for a frozen fruit treat. 3:12 – Colleen describes her unique career, starting as a “Hotdogger” for the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. 5:38 – Colleen explains how she became a member of the Wyman's team through her network. 8:50 – Colleen defines what a wild blueberry is in comparison to cultivated blueberries. 11:17 – Colleen announces the Bee Wild Mobile, which will be traveling around Maine during the summer of 2021. 17:21 – Colleen describes how public relations fits into Wyman's marketing strategy. 19:49 – Colleen explains her vision for using hyperlocal media to spread the word about Wyman's. 23:30 – Colleen talks about the importance of growing the number of Wyman's brand ambassadors, known as pollinators. 25:50 – Colleen shares some resources that have benefited her career. Quote “I am biased toward different channels that provide a better opportunity for consumers to engage. Experiential marketing is of them. PR, I think, is another one. You are getting earned media. You are asking people to engage and read something – a story versus just seeing an ad.” - Colleen Craig, brand manager at Wyman's Links: Wyman's: https://wymans.com/ Just Fruit Cups: https://wymans.com/wymans-family-products/ Maine Women's Magazine June 2021 issue: https://www.mainewomenmagazine.com/colleen-craig/ Bee Wild Mobile Events: https://wymans.com/events/ Oscar Mayer Wienermobile: https://www.oscarmayer.com/wienermobile Planters Nutmobile: https://www.planters.com/mr-peanut/nutmobile L.L. Bean Bootmobile: https://events.llbean.net/index.html Mike Bowditch Mysteries by Paul Doiron: https://www.amazon.com/Mike-Bowditch-Series/dp/B074C6NVGD Pour Your Heart Into It by Howard Schultz: https://www.amazon.com/Pour-Your-Heart-Into-Starbucks/dp/0786883561 Downeast by Gigi Georges: https://www.amazon.com/Downeast-Maine-Girls-Unseen-America/dp/0062984454 Maine Seacoast Mission EdGE Program: https://www.seacoastmission.org/what-we-do/edge/ Grippy Tannins: http://www.grippytannins.com/ Listen to Tony Shurman's PR Maven® Podcast episode. Activate the PR Maven® Flash Briefing on your Alexa Device. Join the PR Maven® Facebook group page. About the guest: Colleen Craig is a native New Englander who studied communication at DePaul University in Chicago. She took her degree on the road as a goodwill ambassador ("Hotdogger") for the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile - spreading miles of smiles on the hot dog highways of America. She has held various roles in marketing and communications for 15 years from big corporations to family-owned, healthcare to consumer products, and is most proud of holding three post-grad degrees: Hot Dog High, Hamburger U and the Lobster & Salmon Academy. Colleen is the brand manager at Wyman's in Maine. Wyman's is the #1 brand of frozen fruit nationally and one of the world's largest purveyors of wild blueberries. She is passionate about fruit in all forms - from frozen to wine - and is firmly planted in Maine between the mountains and the ocean. She currently resides in Portland, Maine with her Puerto Rican rescue puppy, Scarlet. Looking to connect: Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colleen-craig-bb36464/
On Sunday at Road America, Kyle Wyman experienced the highs and lows of motorcycle racing in a way that seems almost unfathomable. In just a few short hours, Wyman went from winning his first Mission King Of The Baggers race (and Harley-Davidson's first King Of The Baggers victory) and taking over the lead in the series championship, to crashing his Panera Bread Ducati while battling for fourth in the HONOS Superbike race and suffering a badly broken right elbow. It was a cruel finish to what to that point had been an incredible day for Wyman and the Wyman family. But, as he has been forced to do too frequently in his career, Wyman will bounce back. He will painstakingly complete the rehab and he will return to the track as quickly as he can. Returning for the Laguna round is the goal so the New Yorker can try to win the Mission King Of The Baggers Championship. We chatted with Wyman prior to his surgery to discuss his day at Road America and his season thus far on this week's edition of Off Track With Carruthers And Bice.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kylewyman/Twitter: https://twitter.com/KyleWymanFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100013269905321Support the show (http://motoamerica.com)
Oh the joy and challenge of amazing photography. Visual imagery is queen today, especially considering every brand aiming to grow is basically tasked with becoming its own mini publishing house. Honestly, just think about it: it used to be that brands, well, they sold things. And the media, well, they published things about the things other people made and sold. Today, every brand reaching new audiences is using content to make it happen — and churning out magazine-sized volumes of copy and photography while they're at it: content for social media, advertising, web sites, newsletters, online events, webinars, pitch decks, podcasts, DIY PR….it's so much content. You don't need me to tell you images are a critical part of that content conundrum. But what I can tell you is this: brand photographer Jessie Wyman is your ethical fashion business's new best friend in this episode of the Spirit of 608 podcast all about photography, branded photoshoots and balancing the constant need for newness on social media with the reality of, well, the hours most of us have in the day. Plus, because I love looking behind the scenes into the hows and whats and whens of creative entrepreneurs' journeys, this conversation is one with lots of takeaways for anyone building a career that offers freedom, flexibility and financial success without the utter burnout so many of run into when getting things off the ground and helping them grow. Listen to the episode for how to prep for your next photoshoot, what to tell your photographer in advance, why you don't need to think of social media images as one and done and how to make your creative content work for you instead of the other way around.
John Clayton joins Wyman & Bob to discuss whether or not the Seahawks should trade for DB Stephon Gilmore, the latest ahead of Seahawks mandatory minicamp, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dave and Bob talk about the M's impressive bullpen outing against the Angels, plus discuss Wyman's interception of Dan Marino and why he couldn't avoid getting tackled by the Hall of Fame QB. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It is Donyale’s last podcast, and the group talks about the year of ministry that followed George Floyd’s death – the way their approach to ministry changed, and the need to be a church calling for justice. It’s a reconsideration of faith in politics, and call for faith in politics. The Ask Me Anything Podcast will be on a brief hiatus, but will return with new co-hosts later this summer! In the meantime, send us new questions at fmhouston.com/ama.
GUEST - Interview with Cassie Sauer, CEO of Washington Hospital Association // GUEST: Secretary of State Kim Wyman details being a moderate republican in a Trump-ed right // Scenarios See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As we wrap up our discussion on Michelle Alexander’s “The New Jim Crow” with Trinity United Methodist Church, Kenneth Jackson returns to the conversation to address the problems of trying to address a system built to consistently, repetitively keep people down. It leads to a discussion about what the church – and what we, as individuals – are required to do by our love of Jesus and willingness to follow his direction. The discussion will continue in the coming weeks, depending on what you ask us about! Reach out to us with a question: fmhouston.com/ama.
Although we have slightly differing opinions regarding this episode of Debris, we do both agree that it’s always a blast to talk about this fantastic show! “I Am Icarus” concludes the arc that last week’s episode set into motion, resolving the issue of Bryan being displaced in an alternate reality and repeated reality resets damaging the universe. We meet a new alternate partner named Gibson, this time being Finola’s partner, and we even get to see a very much alive (and apparently not resurrected) George Jones still working at Orbital! All of these different possibilities of how things could have played out are definitely exciting to see and remind us of a certain other sci-fi show that showrunner J.H. Wyman once helmed. We also seem to get confirmation as to how Anson Ash seemed to be hearing the song that Finola was listening to several episodes ago. We hope that you will connect with us and be a part of our feedback episode, so hit us up at any one of our various contact methods! Read More... The post I Am Icarus Normal Review and Breakdown appeared first on Golden Spiral Media- Entertainment Podcasts, Technology Podcasts & More.
We've made it back to our reality! Although we have slightly differing opinions regarding this episode of Debris, we do both agree that it’s always a blast to talk about this fantastic show! “I Am Icarus” concludes the arc that last week’s episode set into motion, resolving the issue of Bryan being displaced in an alternate reality and repeated reality resets damaging the universe. We meet a new alternate partner named Gibson, this time being Finola’s partner, and we even get to see a very much alive (and apparently not resurrected) George Jones still working at Orbital! All of these different possibilities of how things could have played out are definitely exciting to see and remind us of a certain other sci-fi show that showrunner J.H. Wyman once helmed. We also seem to get confirmation as to how Anson Ash seemed to be hearing the song that Finola was listening to several episodes ago. We hope that you will connect with us and be a part of our feedback episode, so hit us up at any one of our various contact methods! Reddit - End Credit Transmissions TV Insider - “Debris: Riann Steele Reveals the Reality of Finola’s Connection to Bryan” Connect with Us: Debris Division Facebook Group Debris Division's Twitter Page Debris Division's Instagram Page Listener Feedback Phone Number: 304-837-2278 Listener Feedback Webpage
Although we have slightly alternative opinions regarding this episode of Debris, in every reality we agree that it’s always a blast to talk about this fantastic show! While inciting a bit of deja vu,“I Am Icarus” completes the arc that last week’s episode set into motion. Mirroring last week's episode, we meet a new alternate partner named Gibson, this time being Finola’s partner, and we even get to see a very much alive (and apparently not resurrected) George Jones still working at Orbital! There are a whole host of different possibilities of how things could have played out, which are definitely exciting to see and remind us of a certain other sci-fi show that showrunner J.H. Wyman once helmed. We also seem to get confirmation as to how Anson Ash seemed to be hearing the song that Finola was listening to several episodes ago. We hope that you will connect with us and be a part of our feedback episode, so hit us up at any one of our various contact methods! Read More... The post I Am Icarus Alt Review and Breakdown appeared first on Golden Spiral Media- Entertainment Podcasts, Technology Podcasts & More.
Although we have slightly alternative opinions regarding this episode of Debris, in every reality we agree that it’s always a blast to talk about this fantastic show! While inciting a bit of deja vu,“I Am Icarus” completes the arc that last week’s episode set into motion. Mirroring last week's episode, we meet a new alternate partner named Gibson, this time being Finola’s partner, and we even get to see a very much alive (and apparently not resurrected) George Jones still working at Orbital! There are a whole host of different possibilities of how things could have played out, which are definitely exciting to see and remind us of a certain other sci-fi show that showrunner J.H. Wyman once helmed. We also seem to get confirmation as to how Anson Ash seemed to be hearing the song that Finola was listening to several episodes ago. We hope that you will connect with us and be a part of our feedback episode, so hit us up at any one of our various contact methods! News Articles: Reddit - End Credit Transmissions TV Insider - “Debris: Riann Steele Reveals the Reality of Finola’s Connection to Bryan” Connect with Us: Debris Division Facebook Group Debris Division's Twitter Page Debris Division's Instagram Page Listener Feedback Phone Number: 304-837-2278 Listener Feedback Webpage
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