Welcome to the Star Wars stuff Podcast. A podcast all about Star Wars stuff! This week we have a very exclusive topic that no one is talking about. Using information we have gathered this week from an R2 Unit, we may have a possible (likely) theory on Episode IX. Also, we have some theories on Snoke and what Johnson did for Star Wars! We hope you enjoy this week. Please feel free to message us on Instagram, Facebook, or send us an email: Starwarstuffpodcast@gmail.com MTFBWY!
This week’s Yes But Why Podcast episode features Nathan Keates, an improviser, performing arts teacher, and clown from the UK. Nathan shares stories about convincing his college to teach him improv as an independent study and starting Spontaneous Theatre Company in Bristol with his pal, Lindsey Garwood. Listen in as Nathan tells Amy how improv has permeated all aspects of his life and fueled him to do research on clowning, open space technologies and working with autistic students. Enjoy this fun interview! The Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Download the FREE HC Universal Network app for Android and iDevices or visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com and join the fun.
A room full of coked-up screenwriters and producers shouting WHAT IF over each other. That has to have been the genesis of the Keanu Reeves / Sandra Bullock vehicle SPEED, a movie where Keanu does things with a bus you didn’t think possible, all while Sandy shamelessly flirts with him despite being surrounded by tragedy and death. Why did critics love this film? Was it that it moved too fast for them to pick up on all the plot-holes? Listen to Alex and Julio slow things down in order to tear this thing apart and set the Tomatometer straight once again! PHOTO: Love at first drive. TIMELINE:00:00:00 - 01:04:28 Contrarians Corner (#CC)01:02:57 - 01:04:14 Keanu Superheroics01:04:15 - 01:39:47 Real Talk01:39:48 - 01:49:11 Plugs and see ya laters01:49:41 - 01:49:56 The new standardPLUGS!- A year later, Alex has finally watched COCO. Maybe you should revisit it too!- Julio continues enjoying his trip down Nicole Holofcener’s filmography. FRIENDS WITH MONEY was just as delightful as all her other movies.- Hans Rothgiesser, the man behind our logo, can be reached at @mildemonios on Twitter or you can email him at email@example.com in case you ever need a logo (or comics) produced. And you can listen to him talk about Peruvian politics on his own podcast, NACION COMBI.Up next, we start our Awards Season by tackling a Razzie Winner, the Affleck/J-Lo vehicle GIGLI! Until then, let us know what you think of Speed! Was it the peak of Jan DeBont’s career? Did Keany and Sandy set a new standard for romantic couples on screen? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet at us or facebook us and share your thoughts!
Dinner at Deana’s Healthy Gluten Free Comfort Food Goat Cheese Alfredo Sauce Recipe https://theweeklymenubook.com/ (local) Pure Luck Goat Cheese http://www.purelucktexas.com/ Gluten Free Bionaturae Pasta https://www.bionaturae.com/organic-pasta.html Sundried tomatoes Fresh spinach (local) Good Flow Honey http://www.goodflowhoney.com/ APPERTIZERS: Clean Eating Different Pesticides in our food What’s BPA 8 Companies That Use BPA-Free Lining In Canned Foods https://www.organicauthority.com/health/8-companies-that-use-bpa-free-lining-in-canned-foods Most food cans no longer use BPA in their linings https://www.packagingdigest.com/food-packaging/most-food-cans-no-longer-use-bpa-in-their-linings-2018-02-20 ENTRÉE “Food is such a uniter but it can also be a divider” Celiac disease vs gluten free which one is a trend Kids and gluten free Know before you go to the doctor Teal Project https://www.foodallergy.org/education-awareness/teal-pumpkin-project/get-started SIDE DISHES: How to make a Ranch Yogurt Dressing https://theweeklymenubook.com/ DESSERT: Best place to shop for local products and gluten free Eats. Wheatsville Food Co-op https://www.wheatsville.coop/ Trader Joe’s https://www.traderjoes.com/ Restaurants District Kitchen & Cocktails https://districtaustin.com/ ATX Cocina Modern Mexican http://atxcocina.com/ The Weekly Menu Cookbook The Weekly Menu The Weekly Menu I The Weekly Menu II Order all 3 of her books on AMAZON https://www.amazon.com/Deana-Larkin-Evans/e/B00JEN6WMO/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2?qid=1543171746&sr=1-2 Deana’s IG Favorites: Half Baked Harvest, Tieghan Gerard https://www.instagram.com/halfbakedharvest/ #austin360eats #austin360cooks #feedthegutbugs Deana’s Favorite App: Find Me Gluten Free https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/find-me-gluten-free/id431006818?mt=8 “You are listening to Eatin’ and Sippin’ Locally.” Deana Evans https://theweeklymenubook.com/ CHANGES TO THE SHOW Eatin’ and Sippin’ Locally will be on the air once a month, not twice a month. WHAT’S HAPPENING NEXT MONTH Beer and Books Cookbook Meet up at a local brewery with The Friends Of Buda Review of the Gluten Free APP Restaurant Etiquette tips Questions, Comments or Be on the Show Email: email@example.com Social Media Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatin_and_sippin_locally/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatinandsippinlocally/ Twitter: @eatinandsippin Show Credits Eatin’ and Sippin’ Locally is produced by Yolanda Nagy at Yolanda Nagy’s Studio in Texas Visit me at https://eatinandsippinlocally.com/ Music: https://www.neosounds.com/ Market Spices by Simon Wolfe Sound Effects: https://freesound.org/ Photo Cover: Marley Lira https://www.instagram.com/ibudatexas/ G-bars Koozie: Gabriel Coward https://www.instagram.com/gbarskeepitlocal/?hl=en Until we meet again, Subscribe,and Keep it local!
Another year come and gone! Last week (EP #24) we reflected back on 2018, the highs and lows. In this week’s episode, we are focusing on the goals we are setting for ourselves in 2019. We’re sharing what we plan to do in our 9-5s, our work together, individually and even some other goals we have together. Let us know how we can help you with all your goals for the new year! Music “Sunny” by Bensound.com. What We Talked about in this Episode: The thing we are most looking forward to in 2019 For Ashley, this is her sister’s wedding For Billy, it's all of the travel we have scheduled for 2019 including… a bachelorette/bachelor party for Ashley’s sister and future husband Ashley’s goal to work more efficiently especially, turning off the TV when working from home Our individual goals to be a better spouse to one another For Billy, this is getting more vulnerable and opening up about his feelings For Ashley, this is being a better listener and speaking to Billy in his love language How learning is always a goal of ours Billy is challenging himself to read a book a week, Ashley is a book a month Ashley constantly listening to podcasts, but Billy’s goal is to listen to at least one a week Our desire to attend conferences in areas we can still learn in Billy’s desire to take a finance course and Ashley's want to journal more Our work goals How we are prioritizing our involvement in the community Embracing the learning opportunities and the opportunities to mentor others Being the board member our commitments need and deserve The relationships Billy is working on repairing and the one he is letting go Our desire to keep improving our health and wellness Our financial goals How we plan to go all in on our online community Our goal to build an online course How we want to connect with more couples working together Our desire to write a book together How we plan to deliver constant and consistent content to you every week Our process for setting annual goals together
Kristin Finan is a talented writer and Travel Editor at The Austin American Statesman and the CEO of non-profit, Carrying Hope, in addition to her roles as mom, foster mom, cheer mom, godparent, daughter, wife, and friend. Tune in to Episode 1 of This is Austin to find out how Kristin got her start in journalism, what it’s like to be the Travel Editor for a major newspaper, Kristin’s travel tips for parents, why she decided to become a foster parent, her favorite things to do in Austin, and how she “does it all.” FAVORITES Deep Eddy PoolBarton Springs PoolZilker Hillside TheaterAlamo DrafthouseZilker ParkFlophouze Hotel in Round TopAlbuquerque Balloon FiestaThe Alchemist by Paulo Coelho*Author, Shari Lapena* SOCIAL MEDIA Guest, Kristin FinanTwitter: @kristinfinan Carrying HopeFacebook: @carryinghopeaustin Instagram: @carryinghope Twitter: @carryinghopeatxWeb: www.carryinghope.com Host, Adrienne HuebnerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: @thisisaustinpodcast Instagram: @thisisaustinpodcast Twitter: @adrienneWeb: www.thisisaustinpodcast.com Editor, Adrian De La GarzaFacebook: @adlgmarketingTwitter: @adlgmarketing Web: https://adlgmarketing.com/ Music, SWELLS Instagram: @swellstheband Spotify: SWELLS Twitter: @swellstheband Web: https://swellstheband.com/Featured song: Honey Butter *Amazon Affiliate Links. If you choose to purchase an item from these links, we will receive a (very) small commission from Amazon that does not affect your purchase price.
Get an industry insider’s view into Artificial Intelligence with John King of SparkCognition, a global leader in Artificial Intelligence based in Austin, Texas. We'll explore what it is and what it isn’t, how it works, whether or not it will will it take your job, and the opportunities and dangers they present in the near and long term. Of all the socially disruptive technologies out there, AI may be the biggest one of all. John King is the VP of Marketing and Communications at SparkCognition. SparkCognition uses their award-winning machine learning technology to help customers in defense, finance, and other industries analyze complex data and make better decisions. Prior to joining SparkCognition, John served as the Director of Clean Energy and Power Technology at the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce. If you’d like to learn more about Spark Cognition, please visit: sparkcognition.com, https://timemachine.ai/ or learn.sparkcognition.com/cognitivetimes Our theme music was generously provided by BIELE. You can find her at soundcloud and https://sarahbly.com/Additional music was provided by Michael Garfield, host of the Future Fossils Podcast. You can also find him on Patreon and Bandcamp.