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"Off The Husk" with Zach Johnson, The Millennial Farmer; Becky Johnson, Mrs. Millennial Farmer; and Randy Nessman, The Master Pipe Layer; Join us as we explore the business of food, fiber, and fuel. Hear from farmers, ranchers, entrepreneurs and agriculture/farming professionals from across the country. What ensues is a politically incorrect podcast filled with genuinely improvised, authentic conversation, laughter and some newfound agriculture knowledge. Grab a cold beer and enjoy our moder ...
 
DNP-CD Sports “Did Not Play – Coach’s Decision,” a brand-new, Hot Pie Media Original Sports Podcast, presented by Odds Shark, combines a humorous approach in unique thought-provoking interviews with some of the top names in sports. DNP-CD Sports is hosted by Sports Illustrated contributor, Tony Farmer and Comedian and Sportswriter, Chad Fisher. Hosts, Tony and Chad cut out the cliché questions to avoid the cliché answers, giving fans the opportunity to get to know iconic sports figures on a ...
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
Cohere will go beyond discussions of online community, social networks and social media and look at the bigger picture - perhaps the biggest picture: the complex, digitally augmented global community we now all belong to, whether we like it or not! The Big Idea: Complex human networks have sprung up globally, driven in large part by exponential technologies such as AI, automation, and space-based internet. Imagine what will happen when three billion more people come online in the next five y ...
 
The big-picture idea of healthy, functioning soils is so appealing: more moisture available to the plant, more nutrients recycling, fewer weeds, lower inputs… what’s not to like, right? To the busy farmer, are the ideas of healthy functioning soils just that… ideas? Put another way we should ask: “what has merit and what is myth”? At Merit or Myth our mission is, through the social media, to engage with South Dakota-based farmers, researchers and conservationists to gain a better understandi ...
 
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Queen's University quickly rejected the findings of an anonymous report accusing six people associated with the school of misrepresenting their Indigenous identities. That prompt dismissal has raised questions about the non-status Ardoch Algonquin group, and the controversial academic from the U.S. who co-founded it. Further reading: Anonymous repo…
 
Ed the Sock doesn't seem okay since Bell announced it would reboot MuchMusic. CBC won't let their audience comment on their articles on Facebook anymore. And a Global radio host loses his job for using a racial slur - Is the era of edgelord talk radio over? Vice Senior Editor Manisha Krishnan co-hosts. Further reading/watching: BellMedia's announce…
 
After 20 years, it's time to clear the air. Dale Earnhardt Jr. invites former NASCAR driver and TV personality Jimmy Spencer to the studio for an interview to discuss animosity that had been under the surface for years. In the first of this two-part interview, Earnhardt opens up about the critical comments that Spencer had after Jr.'s 2001 Daytona …
 
In this episode, Tony and Chad have an in-depth interview with Los Angeles Lakers beat writer and Lakersnation.com contributor Trevor Lane and discuss a wide variety of topics including the Lakers 2021 demise, offseason predictions, and where Kobe Bryant ranks among the all-time greats. The guys ask Trevor about turmoil in the locker room, and the …
 
"Coercive control" is how cults like NXIVM entrap followers and how abusive partners dominate their victims. A growing movement is calling for a law against it. But what about the many people who want to surrender their will to others? Sarah Berman is the author of Don't Call It A Cult, a deep investigation of NXIVM. Don't Call It a Cult: The Shock…
 
On this episode of the Cohere podcast, Lauren and Bill welcome author and community strategist Carrie Melissa Jones. Carrie has been managing online communities since the early 2000s. Over the course of her career, she has trained, advised, and coached leaders of thousands of online communities. Carrie is the coauthor of Building Brand Communities.…
 
Except for the air we breathe, nothing is more important to life on earth than water. Humans can live up to 60 days without food but only a few days without water. So water is life and the worsening climate is severely impacting life as we know it. In California alone it is estimated that nearly a million acres of previously productive farmland wil…
 
Muslim-Canadians call out the media for harming their community. And the controversy around CBC cancelling Kim's Convenience goes international. Freelance journalist and The Backbench's host Fatima Syed co-hosts. Further reading: Jonathan's full Twitter thread on The London Free Press & Toronto Sun's coverage of the London attack; Fatima's most rec…
 
Ward Burton – a social media darling, snake wrangler extraordinaire, southern linguistic aficionado, and one of The Dale Jr. Download’s most highly-requested guests – sits down at the table for a deep dive into his career and life with Dale Earnhardt Jr. After Ward’s brother Jeff Burton’s appearance on the show in 2019, the crew has eagerly been an…
 
In this episode, Chad and Tony interview former Oakland Athletics pitcher and UNC hero Andrew Carignan about his time in the big leagues. Andrew opens up about his struggles with untimely injuries, the mental grind of the big leagues, and his frustration with Tim Tebow. The guys also preview the Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder fight from a betting perspe…
 
Recordings of 911 calls from the night of the Portapique massacre have been leaked to the press, and they prove that the RCMP have been lying from the start about a crucial piece of information. But somehow it’s the journalists that published the calls who are facing an angry public backlash. Frank Magazine publisher Andrew Douglas and reporter Pau…
 
Not all farmers are old.. Millennials are coming back to family farms and ranches in impressive numbers. After college and trying other adventures many are deciding that their passion and what seems best for their families is to be back in rural areas where they bring enthusiasm and a renewed commitment to grow livestock and crops in a way that is …
 
The discovery of 215 residential school children in a mass grave spurs this week's discussion on how journalists report stories about Indigenous people. And in the wake of this news, a Bill that could empower Indigenous children is largely eclipsed. Thunder Bay host Ryan McMahon and IndigiNews' child welfare reporter Anna McKenzie co-host in Jesse'…
 
Former Dale Earnhardt Inc. Executive VP and GM Ty Norris sits down with Dale Earnhardt Jr. for a conversation packed with honesty and emotion about their time together at DEI and beyond. Along with co-host Mike Davis, Dale Jr. first gets into Ty’s current role as President of Trackhouse Racing. Ty explains what he has been doing to build this new t…
 
On this episode of the Cohere podcast, Bill Johnston and Dr. Lauren Vargas are joined by pioneering community strategist and manager Gail Ann Williams. Gail watched the dawn of online communities through her participation and eventual leadership position at the WELL - one of the first successful large-scale online communities. Prior to any research…
 
In this episode, Tony gives a betting tutorial and explains the importance of utilizing "hedging and middling" as betting strategies on parlays and the guys sound off on a variety of topics ranging from Tim Tebow's return to the NFL to Fernando Tatis Jr.'s home run trot. Twitter - https://twitter.com/dnpcdsports Instagram - https://www.instagram.co…
 
There have been dozens of arrests at Fairy Creek... but not much footage to show for it. That's because the RCMP have been blocking and corralling journalists from freely covering the demonstrations. But according to court precedent and the RCMP's own guidelines, journalists do have the right to be present even when there is a court injunction. So …
 
Connecting small farmers to new markets is a universal goal. In Fiji and Australia that is being accomplished due to the efforts of twin sisters, Lisa and Zoe Paisley who have co-founded Aggie Global. They moved to Fiji to start a business and address poverty in rural communities. Farmers struggled with selling their produce while the tourism secto…
 
Covering BC's anti-logging protests raise issues about journalists' decorum, access, and how stories about land protectors are framed. And Native Twitter gets a CNN pundit fired for spewing racist views about Indigenous people. Thunder Bay host Ryan McMahon and photojournalist Amber Bracken take over in Jesse's absence. Further reading: CAJ's first…
 
Dale Earnhardt Jr. welcomes his brother Kerry Earnhardt on for a long-awaited conversation at the table about Kerry’s childhood, meeting his father and living with Dale Jr. Along with co-host Mike Davis, the crew first discusses NASCAR’s inaugural weekend racing at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, and shares their opinions on racing in the…
 
Tony and Chad preview the Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua fight from a betting perspective before interviewing three-time Super Bowl Champion Randy Cross. Cross discussing a range of topics from being on the field for "the catch," one of the most iconic plays in NFL history to concussions and his decision to donate his brain to science after his deat…
 
A repost of one of the most popular Canadaland episodes ever, from way back in 2014. The Irvings are secretive billionaires who have a monopoly on New Brunswick's news media. Journalist Jacques Poitras, author of Irving vs Irving, describes how the family subtly suppresses criticism and destroys competitors. This episode is supported by Dispatch Co…
 
Billions of pounds of produce are going to waste while millions of Americans are going hungry. Seeing food lines develop all over, some University students decided to do something to change that. They created the Farmlink Project to connect farmers to food banks, delivering millions of pounds of farm fresh produce that would otherwise be wasted to …
 
CIJA has called-out Canadaland for not adequately denouncing last week's guest. Meanwhile, controversy over coverage of pro-Palestinian demonstrations in Canada. And filmmaker Michelle Latimer launches her inevitable comeback campaign, damn the consequences. Thunder Bay host Ryan McMahon and Independent Jewish Voices' communications lead Aaron Lako…
 
In Part 2 of Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s conversation with championship winning crew chief Andy Petree, they dive into Petree’s time at Richard Childress Racing and his relationship with Dale Earnhardt. Before that, Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis cover a lot from Dale’s busy week. Dale took a long-awaited pilgrimage to Dawsonville, Georgia to interview t…
 
Chad and Tony discuss MLB futures betting options before interviewing SI.com writer and Twitter lightning rod Grant Cohn who has been covering the 49ers since 2011. Grant discusses the current state of the 49ers on topics ranging the Jimmy Garoppolo / Trey Lance to Jed York's questionable behavior. Grant also gives insight into his unique approach …
 
The Canadian Armed Forces has known that they have a problem with sexual misconduct for over two decades. Why can't they figure out how to stop it? In 1998, several women came forward to Maclean's magazine about their experiences being raped or sexually harassed in the military. Many years and many victims later, there was finally an investigation …
 
Consumers have never known more about nutrition and yet, have never been more overweight. For most Americans, maintaining a balanced diet is more difficult than doing their taxes. What are we doing wrong? Jack Bobo has been engaged with the food system from farm to table and is the author of a new book “Why Smart People Make Bad Food Choices”. He i…
 
Reporting on the occupation of Palestine is "all stick, no carrot." And Canada's National Newspaper Awards is more like the Golden Globes than we thought. Writer and researcher Dalya al-Masri co-hosts. Further reading: A bit more background on why Duncan McCue's apologized for saying "Palestine" on air Michelle Latimer "breaks her silence" here Thi…
 
In the first episode of Season 2 of the Cohere podcast, Bill Johnston and Dr. Lauren Vargas explore the concept of "network" as it relates to online and real-life communities. In the episode they cover: The many definitions of “Network” The technical infrastructure linking people and things The implicit and dynamic connections between people in a g…
 
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