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Our mission is to provide farms and operators an independent and unbiased outlet for information related to increasing the profitability of their farming operation. We will be providing farms and operators of all sizes and experience levels access to the latest trends, projections, and the tools necessary to increase farming profitability. Hosted by Tanner WInterhof (@IowaBankerman), David Whitaker (@farmlandguy), and Corey Hillebo (@corn_PorkNBeans) we will take each episode to deliver late ...
 
A collection of podcasts from VMware Tanzu, covering IT modernization and digital transformation from every angle. Michael Coté and Rita Manachi host the eponymous Tanzu Talk. Danielle Burrow and Derrick Harris host Cloud & Culture. Guests range from engineers in the weeds of cloud native technology to customer executives pushing change within their organizations. Listen and learn!
 
Do you like tech? Games? TV? Movies? Well DANG. We have so much in common already! Jelly and Bean are two super pals who like to talk about all of the aforementioned topics (and more, probably), resulting in a nice little peek into the world of geeks, all in the form of a delicious weekly podcast that can be shoved into your ears thanks to the magic of sound waves!
 
Each week, Danielle — the MMA fan and amateur grappler — brings an MMA fight to the table to discuss, and LB —the pro wrestling expert — brings a show-stopping match. Think of it as a beautiful exchange between fans of two violent, beautiful art forms. Or the Predator handshake meme, made hilariously literal.
 
Bad Hotel is a podcast by Will Joseph Cook and fellow songwriter and illustrator Daniel Huddlestone. They talk music, art, live performance and what it's like to live in these worlds. With a new creative guest every episode, Dan and Will literally can’t stop learning.
 
Stuart Bray and Todd Debreceni talk makeup effects and prosthetics. If you like rubber monsters, prosthetics and gore then you can listen, learn and suggest new episode subjects. Todd is author of 'Special Makeup Effects For Stage And Screen', what many consider to be the modern makeup FX bible. Stuart Bray is a working makeup FX artist with many years experienc. Credits include 'Saving Private Ryan', 'Shaun of the Dead', 'Dr Who' and more recently 'Game of Thrones' and 'Dr Strange'. Email u ...
 
Burrito Quest is all about...stamina. We (Ben, Isaac, and Daniel) ate our way through the Specialty Burrito menu at Santa Fe Grill, a fast food eatery located inside Pic Quik convenience stores in Las Cruces, New Mexco. This list is a good 60 burritos long, and it took us all of 2009, and a quarter of 2010. Along the way we met and (we like to think) befriended a burristro who we named Salsa Bro. Toward the end of our quest, Salsa Bro was unceremoniously fired for, rumor has it, giving free ...
 
A show full of amazing information that can be used by anyone, right now, to improve their health, fitness and nutrition knowledge. Learn how to control your body and mind to make you better in the areas you want to improve or just get confirmation that you are heading in the right direction. Come on our journey, have a few laughs and pick up real world, useful information to make your life amazing! Hosted by Clinical nutritionist and functional medicine practitioner,, Paul Burgess who has t ...
 
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In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Danielle Bean, a dear friend of mine who is a regular guest on the Letters to Women Podcast. The week that I recorded this conversation with Danielle, I looked at our Langr family calendar and realized that Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday were packed. Small groups, parish events, …
 
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Professional investor Tam Thorogood shares the lessons she has learnt setting up multiple joint venture agreements in the past. She explains the traps for young players and what steps you need to take if your partner wants to get out of the deal. Andrew also reports on a Queensland location for this week's Data Don't Lie segment. FACEBOOK GROUP - C…
 
If you were to sit down with your younger self, what would you tell her? In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Emily Stimpson Chapman and we’re talking about her new book, “Letters to Myself from the End of the World” It’s a book that Emily wrote to her younger self, equipping her for the challenges she’d face in a world where the Church is pla…
 
Formed in late 2014 in South Wales, Punk Rock Factory combine everything you love about 1990s/2000s punk rock, and reimagine classic and hit songs like you’ve never heard them before. From Meat Loaf to Disney, nothing is off-limits to them. The band rehearse, write, record, mix, master and film everything themselves in one dedicated space that they…
 
This week our special guest is children's book author Josephine Nobisso. Josephine chats with Danielle Bean about beauty and truth and ways we can use children's literature to reach young people's hearts and build them up in their faith. Josephine shares about working with illustrator Ted Schluenderfritz and their new project together, Portrait of …
 
As we learned, this franchise is not really a story as much as a continuous series of fantasy scenes. Good thing we have Sarah and Bridgett to walk us through it. At one point, Bridgett slams her leg on their table and like a classic dom, Sarah takes over the podcast. I’m just keeping track of how their status changes through these episodes. Anyway…
 
Today, in the Hot Notes: experts respond to the DoJ refusing to certify that Mo Brooks was acting within the scope of his duties as a congressman when he instigated the attack on the Capitol; the Senate is close to passing the smaller bipartisan infrastructure bill; Jared Kushner announces he's leaving politics to open a money launder...ah...invest…
 
Today, in the Hot Notes: the House Select Committee on the Insurrection has its first hearing; Jessie Jackson is one of 39 people arrested at a sit-in in Sinema’s office; Department of Justice makes a few big decisions; House Counsel will not represent Mo Brooks in Swalwell’s suit; Biden will announce vaccine requirements for federal employees; an …
 
This week we're looking at another millennial con-artist: Anna Delvey. This fake heiress and master manipulator managed to con New York's social and financial elite for years before it all came crumbling down. Let us know what you think of the case and be sure to check out some of the links below to read more. Also check out squaremileofmurder.stor…
 
Our guest this week is Nathaniel Binversie, Exodus 90 director of content host of the Exodus 90 podcast. Nathaniel joins me to discuss masculinity -- what it is, what it isn’t, and how our culture gets much of it wrong. He discusses Exodus 90, a popular and challenging program of commitment for Catholic men. Snippet From the Show Prayer, fraternity…
 
Today, in the Hot Notes: Tom Barrack shows up for his arraignment, pleads not guilty, and makes a bizarre statement; the Department of Veterans Affairs will require vaccines for all health care workers; a fencer makes it to the Olympics despite sexual assault allegations; the 1/6 commission has its first hearing; Mike Flynn gets a rifle as a gift a…
 
Shaleen Shah is a serial entrepreneur, technologist, philanthropist, and co-founder of Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary.He is currently the CTO of Ajeva and is a Strategic Advisor to the fast-growing startup Paralect.During the interview, we discuss his journey to becoming vegan, the future of food, how he built an animal sanctuary, and much more.To con…
 
Sorry for the delay on this episode. I got a promotion at work, live shows are returning, and I have been quite overwhelmed. Rest assured, the podcast is still happening. I just needed to catch up on the things which pay money in order to get around to putting together the next few episodes. So, after much delay, here's our episode on composer Max …
 
Welcome to a Summer Fun episode Remind people to hit SUBSCRIBE – REMEMBER TO READ REVIEWS Today’s Head of the Class Listener Reviews are brought to you today by Geringhoff. They are head of the class, no matter the crop. Premium harvesting heads for all of your harvest needs. Our listener reviews are exactly what we need to fuel our energy each wee…
 
In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Amanda Weeder and we’re talking about Amanda’s passion for helping tell the story of a home, her tried and true decorating tips (ones that I’d never heard before our conversation together), and why you don’t have to feel guilty as a Catholic woman if you’re wanting a beautiful home to retreat to. I loved th…
 
Friend of the pod, Daniel O’Brien, a man from the Garden State himself, joins Michael and Abe to discuss writer/director Zach Braff’s debut, Garden State. The gang talks about how the following years have turned against this once beloved film. As one of the seminal Manic Pixie Dream Girl trope films, they unpack it’s at times misguided narrative, i…
 
It’s a free episode! Tell your friends they can listen! This episode covers the topics: Why does the universe exist? What is morality? Do you believe in an afterlife? Are these all human creations? So pretty low stakes stuff for our podcast that pairs Futurama episodes to Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes. This show exclusively releases every…
 
Today, in the Hot Notes: Senator Gillibrand's Military Sexual Assault bill gets rolled into the NDAA for mark-up, Senators call for answers about the FBI’s Kavanaugh tip line; Tucker Carlson rants against a Capitol Police Officer with predictable results; the NFL sets strict guidelines for teams that miss games due to a coronavirus outbreak; the Wh…
 
Daniel Kelly is a best selling author who also runs a global functional medicine practice dealing with all types of patients across all age groups. We get into a discussion about our respective views on treating patients and cover a multitude of reasons why people fail to take the right steps when looking to fix their health. If you want to hear me…
 
This week, our guest is Barb Szyszkiewicz, author of The Handy Little Guide to Prayer. Barb chats with Danielle Bean about what prayer is and why it is important. Barb and Danielle discuss ways to make prayer a regular part of your everyday routines and share ideas for new ways to pray and encouragement for those who struggle with prayer. The Handy…
 
Today, in the Hot Notes: Nancy Pelosi vetoes the Jims from the 1/6 committee and McCarthy throws a predictable temper tantrum; Republicans block a vote on THEIR OWN infrastructure bill; yesterday, it was the GOP Chair for Massachusetts - today, the GOP Chair of the Florida GOP is under investigation for sexual harassment; a federal judge blocks the…
 
In this episode of Cloud & Culture, Shaun Anderson and Brandon Blincoe of VMware Tanzu Labs share lessons they've learned while helping large retail clients modernize their online and in-store operations. Among other things, they discuss the nuances of inventory management, the best strategies for integrating systems after acquisitions, and the pot…
 
Today, in the Hot Notes: Trump ally Tom Barrack is arrested for illegally lobbying the former guy on behalf of the United Arab Emirates; the Associated Press made an error when it said Merrick Garland wasn’t going after Wilbur Ross - it was Bill Barr who made that decision; Dr. Fauci unloads on Rand Paul; the Vice Chair of the Massachusetts GOP res…
 
Ever wondered about the murder trial referenced in the Hamilton song, "Non-Stop"? We're gonna tell you all about it! Today we're going through the story of the murder of Elma Sands, the trial of Levi Weeks, and the early American historical figures that played a massive role in the whole affair. FURTHER READING: Report of the trial of Levi Weeks - …
 
We covered cutting edges in episode #61 but this one is specifically about cutting edges on flat moulds. Cutting edges on appliance moulds do the work of separating the fine appliance edge from the flashing and excess, allowing the mould to close properly and achieve the feather thin edge you have sculpted. The exact width of the distance between t…
 
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