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Fresh update on "irish" discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"That was four hundred years ago about the battle took place and you sixteenth century. But i'll get my twenty cents a few years in a couple of by guinness. Yeah so i want to find out how you got started your native of dublin ireland not virginia dublin. Ireland's not our dublin california dublin ohio to but that's the that's the big the big irish fest. Malaria let's actually yes. It's a it's a good one dublin virginia. Not the nice lace. I don't know dublin virginia. I've never heard of that one. Don't worry about race belden. Ireland's come over here in the late eighties. Did you have music in the family at all. How did you really get started. No no one. Five children on the middle child came over. Everybody else's cold in ireland marry married with children monday on the black sheep came over here with the biv singer from the the cheetah we came over here to basically a year apart and we had abandoned a little pop band in ireland. Oh okay and dream said on coming to the states. You know to to try and do it so we came over here to la aim like we rather for a year so couldn't get couldn't get a band together just couldn't couldn't get it together and we ended up. I ended up joining a three piece alter pop pop. Alternative is a little bit of climate. They still had that. Ab slammed raffle stuff on the sunset strip. One of those keith. Went off to do i response but is another guy called. Paul is run the original members of the band. Alison dublin also and yes so they we kind of winter separate ways and then they start to get more more more gigs paying jake's which like way more that brought me interested why can't even came full circle tame back. That's where it really started. Did you start off playing bass with her in another instrument that that really i started playing bass themselves taught young base pat yourself trying to teach myself guitar. Playing those words vary widely. Get by that. You're saying the dream was to come to the us that she because there there wasn't much going on in dublin. Yeah right right the you even broken big you know before the ir seen got got noticed. You know Yeah on the states tom. That might have a better chance of that. And the thing is so roddick. I never played never really never really was into irish music at all Grown up everywhere so thing we listen to the popular music you know. Whatever is coming. Out of britain arch one out of The states hemi tip to play. Irish name was the last thing asked. It's the last thing ever thought of same physics when you got together and formed the young dubliners. What changing because you guys are playing like you mentioned you some traditional songs with a couple of additions to it but there are little. There's iced carlo. Few others on that first full length yet. It's just. I guess we there was a market for here so we got a like yourself toward china. I never said number played tried to write it before. The i eventually did end up reading quite a bit of the irish just by love. It now. can't get me ryan love it now. Yeah let's this other market for a huge irish-american population over here so there was a market for it. Did you form the the dubliners. They actually formed in the. Us was yes since basically in santa monica it was. It was keith Tool were best. The original guys anti is always. They're playing with the but became a member like like bobby a year or two of them doing it. Yes performed santa monica california. Yes that's crazy eddie. Come all the way from ireland. The us to.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Just like you're having a normal glass and there is thirty grams of powder there so that make you a good bit over now if you want to very thick then you don't put in our order. If you want thinner then putting a lot of water next we have a router chocolate bar now. I really like the packaging on this. One it's cammo now. I'm a sucker for komo. If i see anything in a by so i love this bar and actually opened a earlier and it is a dark shop bar and it was actually very tasty now. Usually not that fond of dark chocolate but this one was excellent. Maybe cama was confusing me with how good it was tasting and we also have a tiba ac. No this is not a tea bag. Brand though i have seen before. Maybe it's a very lithuanian. And it's called golden seal. Lon never heard and it is a black teas. That means you do not require milk to make this one which is good cusack highly. Doubt you're gonna find milk if you're in the wild less you fund a cow any animal that he wanted milk and it says you pour a hundred degrees of booting water into a two hundred mil cope. Then you wake three to five minutes. And then it's ready and the last item inside that mini accessory kits as saudi accessory snack. Kits as a bag of sugar now. This one twelve grams on. It's about the same size packaging as the thirty grams of lemon powder. So it's three reasons. Twelve grams this because the packaging is thinner which is good. I mean you want sugar and also you don't want sugar. No there is the snack accessory bag. Let's move onto the accessory accessory bag again. Another ziplock bag that you can use store water in. You will him reframe through. Sorry yep good for water storage. I item. We have is a refreshing. Talla is lemon flavor. So this is just your little disinfectant wife or alcohol wipe. I love these bits. And if you've been following the podcast where wealth and you know. Love them to bits because the alcohol inside them. Now i'm not now golic. Don't go soaking my wife's. I usually would use them for tender to start a fire and speaking of fire. We have a box of matches. Now when i say little it actually is little. It's about an inch long and five eight an inch wide which is tiny. I must say what's skew and the tips of them are blue. I love the purchase tiny matches next item. We have is the tabs for the stove. These are just feel tablets that you used to like with those matches now in the real thing are putting out on instagram. In the next few weeks you will see a video of these. Fueled hobbs on fire in the stove. Make sure to go. Follow me on instagram. The irish survival podcast and these are actually super easy to light. You just wanna make sure the winters and catch the match. When it's flaming 'cause then it will blow it down then. We have worn singled. It so i now i was kinda thinking. Why is it's high in an emory. But really there are thousands of uses for zip ties. And i think one of the main reasons is is. You're eating any of the items and you feel unusually close it up then you can with zip tie. Is that leaving open or even having to bid then. We have a spoon. This is a very flimsy plastic spoon. It's not even a sports link last week. I mean. I love the spoon that came with last weekend. Foregone it was super thick. Big deep panel. Listen to last week's episode. It was awesome and then last one on in this accessory pack we have the instructions or sorry not the instructions list of contents that everything is inside now..
The Beginnings of the Philadelphia Black Mafia With Former Police Officer Sean Griffin
"African american people have notoriously been kept squeezed out from those kinds of things. We've got all kinds of reports red line. you can't get loans. There's just a lot of ways that african americans been squeezed down and a made drugs came along and boy. These owes young geyser being squeezed out. They saw a way to make money and make big mma to do any kind of crime on organiz basis like that you got a former organization is always usually ends up with the title. Mafia hit less cabot general term. Even though it's really sessaion in nature. But what's russians russian mob russian mafia. He get the black mafia. So how did that develop their in Philadel- well is most major. Cities had a lack of remorse. Lady hurts because they didn't have offices the banking. It met that. I find mulcher series source of pines in so long numbers. One is especially atms. Rows road bags for neighbors now is all throughout the country. We had one in kansas city. Guy named peyton. He was the banker and he had the policy and he had several bars and he was active in politics and he joined with the irish organization to help get the vote out actually converted all the african americans from republican because they all rebublican before because lincoln won the war at a dow. He turned him all the democrats to go with machine. So i bet you got the same thing in this country. I mean w registering ninety nine. Buffy negro now obviously it's not it's a microcosm of what was going on about such what he called rove ice and that's the influence of those people in that neighbor in those neighborhoods and they heading rented power. Forget it was a patriot. Serves no different than the irish who police and firefighter. You trash hold jobs. This is really not complicated. But it's complicated. Because the media academics ever talked about the so no already getting back to your phillies. Black mafia it. We don't know when it started wisdom. The common theme was they started in the mid sixties. I always the foot only. Because when i started my research in the nineties about outfits i was lucky i have the benefit of twenty years of hindsight sarai. Now new flu group was supposed to look like a new bieber. Were slack ago. Records law intelligence violence and newspaper active. And what you wind up seeing where clusters of these guys being arrested together so they will each other for years. Whether that was organized crime racket the matter of honest we get to the mid sixties. There are actually calling themselves. The black
The Life of Anna Leonowens
"Anna leeann. Owens was born and harriet. Emma edwards in india in november of eighteen. Thirty one anna came from a mixed race family. Her father sergeant. Thomas edwards was english. Her mother mary. Ann glass scott was the daughter of an anglo indian. Marriage on anna was just three months old. Her father died and her mother remarried an irish catholic corporal named patrick donahue as a result of patrick's unit assignments. The family moved frequently but eventually settled on a city on the western coast of india in eighteen. Forty one some of anna's childhood remains murky anna and her older sister elisa attended the bombay education society's girls school which was known for admitting mixed race daughters of deceased or absent military fathers but in her memoirs and i wrote that after her father died and she and allies were sent to boarding school in england and returned to india as teenagers. Whichever's true it's clear that animator purposeful effort to hide her ethnic background and lower social class on christmas day of eighteen. Forty nine anna married private. Thomas leinen owens who was an army paymasters clerk from ireland. On the marriage license thomas combined his middle and last names making them the liens after her marriage anna cut off all ties to her family. In india in december of eighteen fifty anna gave birth to a daughter selena but the baby only survived for seventeen months in eighteen fifty. Two and thomas emigrated to australia while on the boat. Their son thomas was born tragedy struck again and baby. Thomas died at the age of thirteen months during their four years in australia. Anna and thomas had two more children. A daughter named avis in eighteen. Fifty four and a son named luis eighteen fifty six the following year in april of eighteen. Fifty seven the family moved to malaysia. Where thomas found work as a hotel keeper. He died suddenly two years later. Anna was left alone with very little money and two small
The Catholic Church: Scandal in the Shadows With Margaret Mary OConnor
"We are excited to have margaret. Mary o'connor with us today. How are you armed doing real good ladies having a year. Yes for so thrilled. Where would you like your story to begin. Well i guess it begins back in the nineteen fifties. When i was a young girl and i was raised in an irish catholic family and there was one incident in particular that regard a birthday gift that my brother paul received that actually brought out the inequality of woman in the catholic church and my mom had bought my brother Replica was a rural cardboard replica of church altar. So i remember bob were so excited. He immediately went behind the altar and assume the row of playing the part of a priest and he told myself and my twin sister pat Bring some chairs in here so we both got a share for ourselves and put him down right in front of the altar in we were like playing the role of parishoners. Well everything was fine until a certain point one. I remember. I stood up. And i told paul basically I wanted to play. The ro as appraised. And i'll never forget what he said he said can't be appraised. Your girl only girl only men. Can you know play their part saw. I basically learned a young age very quickly. That there definitely was a difference As far as you know assuming such a position in our
No. 9 Notre Dame Escapes With OT Victory Florida State
"Ninth ranked Notre Dame coughed up an eighteen point lead in the fourth quarter before Jonathan door hit a forty one yard field goal in overtime sending the Irish past Florida state forty one thirty eight the winning kick came after Ryan fitzgerald thirty seven yard attempt sailed wide left fitz Gerald extended the game with a forty four yard kick in the final minute of regulation Jacquelyn completed twenty six of thirty five passes for three hundred sixty six yards and four touchdowns in his Notre Dame debut I think I learned early on when I got here that was you know their plan for the offense yeah I mean I mean I think it's a great idea like I said you always need a house big chunk plays in a game how to be successful and make it easier on the offense to Sean Corbin had an eighty nine yard touchdown run for the Seminoles who have dropped five straight openers I'm Dave Ferrie
Remembering 'Girls Aloud' Singer Sarah Harding
"So sarah harding. I saw this on twitter. Actually no i saw this on e. news online. And i wanted to talk about who. Sarah harding is as a person i because people probably won't know about her since she's over from the uk. So sarah harding was born sarah. Nicole harding on november seventeenth nineteen eighty-one. She has an english singer model and actress. Who rose to fame in late. Two thousand two when she successfully auditioned for the it reality series popstars the rivals and this is kind of relevant with some topics that i've talked about in the past as far as love island because love ireland. Uk like the original. Love island is based in the k. And there's people from all over the uk on that show and it also is on tv. So i have a feeling. That's kind of like the mtv of the us em tv of the uk but mtv loss in the us if that makes sense The program announced that harding had won a place as a member of the girl group girls aloud which girls aloud is a british irish pop. Girl group that was created through the icy be talent. Show in two thousand two and it comprised seniors cheryl cole nadine coyle sarah harding nicola roberts in kimberley walsh. They achieved a string of twenty consecutive top ten singles in the united kingdom including four number. Ones they also achieve seven certified albums of two. I'm sorry of which to reach number one. They've been nominated for five awards winning the two thousand nine best single for the
Professional Runner Abbey Cooper on Trusting the Process With Both Commitment and Surrender
"Your takeaway from your conversation with alexi was trusting. The process requires both commitment and surrender. And i think this is something that the everyday runner can relate to Perhaps as much as the professional runner. I'd be curious if you could share a little bit about kind of where that came from and what that means right now. Oh my gosh. We had such a rich conversation in. I can't even imagine you and election having a conversation that i would just sit there and be like this is like this is too good. I can't handle it like the two of you in a room together is that's too much it's too good. It's so funny because we can go like super deep super vast an irish very like silly and she's just wonderful so yeah. I was thrilled. That i got this year l. a. I raised there a few weeks ago and we were just sharing like we're we were at in what we're learning in our like athlete life experiences and Yeah just a similar theme came up of i. I guess i was sharing something about like. You know getting hurt or hurt but like getting that hamstring strain rate before trials in that being like a really good thing that happened to me in the long run because it it required to like. Just die to my control and expectations And she was saying similar thing about you know being. She was on a creative project and she wasn't able to do her normal training and so she like she just changed her mind set about it she was like this is how it like. I'm instead of feeling resentful or bitter or worry. Like i'm just going to reframe this and surrender. What i think i need to do. And she was just saying how surprise she was at how okay. She felt although her training wasn't perfect. And so yeah. There was this theme that like it. It's good you need to be Pursuing a goal obviously requires this like relentless almost stubborn commitment. Like to keep showing up. But at the same time you have to have a loose grip on how that goes you know like not only the result but also the process
Ireland’s Population Passes 5m for First Time Since C19th Famine
"The irish irish back okay. Irish population got over five million for the first time since the potato famine so shout out to the irish shameless fleming potato. It only took like two hundred years of never using condoms irish to get their popular back. It's also very weird to think that the entire population was almost wiped out just because potatoes had a tough year and potatoes have like no nutritional value like their entire society was subsisting unlike the least healthy thing until it got wiped out Well we're all at ideas. Know we kind of. I don't know what else we can eat. We
Celebrities Pay Tribute to Ed Asner Following News of His Death
"And former president of the Screen Actors Guild, died yesterday at age 91. Ben Stiller wrote sending love to the Great Ed Asner's family and icon because he was such a beautiful, funny and totally honest actor. No one like him Irish year thanked Aznar for a lifetime of great work, and Sean Aston wrote what a life colleague of my dad shepherded my mom into the union presidency. What me at poker fought against wars and lies for the lifetime for our union and Stood up to it. Just the same Michele Pelino Fox News Starting today. The speed limit
Lizzo and Niall Horan Flirting Is Adorable
"With chris evans. Because he about to lose his job and his blue has a new man in her life and that can only mean things are headed in one direction. Oh all of my funds. I'm sure your funds to feel like we should. Maybe they're all commit are we can get married. Would you make me sign a pre. No wait a minute. who. Now i trust you. We wouldn't have to sign a pre-nup of your actress. You last one. See if you can turn me on with your sexiest animal. Do that on the spot. I'd be like a right. Yeah why can do together can you. I will say my husband. Dave golf with him two weeks ago and said he was like split up into teams because it was a bunch of them and he said that he is so lovely. Show charming complete just unrelated. Obviously to know is going to speak about him. He was so cool so opposite. I'll do you choose. They went golfing and said he was very irish. Very cool so and she's very cool so maybe they will date irish a good guy and my boyfriend's irish. They're very good with with black women
Important Gmail Messages Hitting Spam?
"Listeners listeners. it's brought malino. welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. So do you use g mail you may want to double check your spam folder. If you do yes. Google email client is super useful. Probably the best email option out there. I use it. I love it. It's really helpful. But some g mail users have been reporting issues with important emails ending up in their spam folders among those affected by this usa today money reporter nathan bony who wrote about it for tec- dot usa today dot com and joins us here today. Nathan thanks for being here. So how did you find out what was going on with gmo. Well i had my recreational softball league coach contacted me and said hey. Why haven't you issued for this week's game. And i said well i didn't get it and you the irish unit last week and so all of a sudden i was like what about my sample there so took the spam folder for the first time in the weeks and some and saw eighty five emails. Were quite legitimate. That had been stuck in there over the last thirty days. So you know in your story you talk a little more about kind of what happened there. And then you reached out to google. So what did how. Google respond to all this. Google was not helpful. They really didn't have much to say. They basically pointed us to their standard vice. What to do when Email my end up in your spam filter but you know the most insight that i got was searching on twitter and seeing there are a lot of other people that are reporting the same experience. I m reporting over the last week or so. It's feels like something has changed now. I'm not a software. You know to engineer or developer in any respect. So i don't know the technical aspects of this but i seen many people including high profile folks reporting missing bank statements missing personal correspondence myself. I had tickets to an event. I had receipts. I had email newsletters. I click on every day. These are not newsletters. That might be
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Cutting back then it just has the ingredients in there and the energy that it is. What is it twenty. Four twenty five grams mavs for little segments. Let's take mine wounded him yet. That just tastes like a mix between milk chocolate dark chocolate. It's sixty percent cocoa especially breezy definitely. Recommend it so. This part was good. I'll come back to you in one second with the other self. Okay so we have the last few items oath now to review and these are some cool wants first off. We have the energy drink with a taste of peach and then the sports measly which is what this russian is totally based around. We also have the coffee which i will not be trying for. I'd say that. But i'm just not coffee fan and jim. Everyone loves them also. There is a plastic bag and the disinfectant here which everybody knows how they work so let me just say about the energy drink. I do that one energy for every occasion. And then he says. Share your real moments and on instagram hashtag. Rian ongo hashtag real term hashtag real field meal so basically what it is. I ripped top. Open up it is receivable bag so if you washed out you could use for water storage. Which is awesome. You need water and you need store to store your water. So he go and basically it was very peachy smelling powder now playing. I love peach and this drink tastes exactly like peach i haven't made beside me already was just poured in the water to the fill line. Nan i sealed. The bag. shook it up a bit and then poured into my class now. Obviously if you're in the wild you wouldn't have a glass so you could just drink out of the bag which is awesome or you could put it into something that you make..
Rudy Atallah on Evacuating Americans From Afghanistan
"Is he so cold and callous in stubborn. I found the answer today. I think it was reported by richard. Holbrooke it was in. Richard holbrook's diary. He was the special envoy to afghanistan into pakistan and the obama administration. The atlantic reported a revelation from his diary about joe biden. This was back in two thousand ten. According to holbrooke diary when he was asked about he asked about. American obligations to afghans like the girls and the kabul school biden replied with a history lesson. Saying this f. that we don't have to worry about that. We did in vietnam nixon and kissinger got away with it. This is from a credible person. In the obama administration that was two thousand ten and now these remarks we hear until twenty twenty unacceptable. The late richard hall Saying that biden back then said f those people we can just screw them over like we did. In in in in vietnam between eleven and forty thousand american stock in afghanistan. And we're being told by the retired fullest. I'll general who happens to be the secretary of defense that we don't have the capabilities to evacuate them when at the same time rudy. We're hearing that the british with a much smaller armed force a much smaller army is actually rescuing not only their own citizens rudy there. Rescuing the irish citizen to stop there. So can you give us. I'm not talking about politics. Can you give us some factual basis for one. America can cannot do. I mean we. We can definitely evacuate all these people. It's it's the. The problem is as a priority normally. When you do noncombatant evacuations or nieto's. I've done several of them You you delegate. Dod and you give them the free license to to set up and stage for for the box And we've got enough knowledge of afghanistan of dirt fields. runways locations threats. All that stuff is out there for us and we can. We can definitely leverage our capabilities And do it. The problem we have with this current administration is instead of giving dot the priority to do the evacuation. They've turned that priority over to the state department which is not equipped at all to essentially run a neo. And that's why we're having this discombobulated evacuation it's
2021 College Football Betting Preview
"Gentleman. I have picked the brain of many times. Jay romano pro. Better here in las vegas good to be with you. Thanks for having me all right well. We finally broke the seal. Got you on the pod. And i think it's a perfect situation. Do college win. Totals because the board has been hit pretty hard. But there's still a lot of opportunities out there and we're we're obviously. The calendars turned to mid august. We are ready to go Football season's right around the corner. So i know there's a lot of plays you like a little bit off the grid but i want to start the marquee ones and it's the one that's my favorite of a mall and i've talked about it a few times on daily wager. I believe i've even mentioned it here on the podcast but i am very very big on auburn under seven now the juices move some shops or six and a half. If you want to go six plus money that's fine. It's just so tough when you get the push at seven so i prefer the seven with the juice and it all comes down to the schedule. Not the only reason but the schedules really really difficult. And you've got bama. You got an got georgia. I don't think there's any chance auburn win those games. I know rivalry game and war eagle and all that stuff with the with the iron bowl but it's just auburn is rebuilding. And they have a new coach bryan. Hartson coming in from boise. State and bonex is just not materialize into the quarterback that everyone thought he would be. Maybe a new oc. Mike bobo will unlock. I'll just kind of have to see it to believe it. So in addition to obama. Georgia am there at lsu. They have all miss at home. You know at arkansas. And then there's there's this tough spots here and it's a team that's going to be lacking on offense defense. They're calling card. So i think i don't see how they go eight and four to lose this play. Well i i would definitely recommend Playing the seven laying the juice in this situation. I almost always gonna lay the juice versus taking maybe plus one ten plus one twenty on the under. It's definitely worth the extra half a game. I'm actually high on auburn this year. However i completely agree with you. The schedule is brutal. There's just no breeders for them. I think bonex. Could you know have an improvement. This year they can play well. It's just there's just not enough wings on the schedule. It really looks like they're ceiling is seven. It's just you know when you like. You said when you go to texas. Am have to play alabama lsu home against georgia. And then at penn state week three. It's just you forgot about the penn state game. I'm glad you mentioned that. Cause at the white out game in happy valley. yeah. And i'm looking headlines there between four and a half and seven and a half point underdogs So they can exceed expectations and still not go over this win total. Yeah no. it's a lot to ask. It's certainly a lot to ask but you're so you're high on wsb. Maybe as a dog and a lot of spots throughout the season. So i know you have some places. Well but notre dame under nine talk about not soft spots on the schedule that that's certainly stands out where you'll get the irish yet. The with them again is scheduled schedule. Schedule you know. I know there are top ten ranked team coming into the season but it is just absolutely unforgiving. Weakened weak outs starting at florida state where they opened about ten and a half eleven point favorites. It's down to seven and a half eight. That's not gonna be an easy task. Going into dough campbell on a standalone game in a national televised audience. Week one with a new quarterback Jet cohn was name started earlier this week. With up and down. Wisconsin played well and times. But we'll we'll have to see how he jumped there Notre dame is starting four new offensive lineman. They returned to starters on offense. It's it's a little early in the season For that type of test. So not only would. I looked afford a states Plus the points week one just a little bonus pick right there but the under nine for the season feels like a pretty safe option
Alex Tiffin Reports Differences Between British and U.S. Evacuation From Afghanistan
"So there is an A reporter, an independent journalist by the name of Alex Tiffin, who's been reporting from sources at Kabul. Kabul airport. Karzai airport down there in the city. And this is really again disappointing, if true, extremely disappointing. Apparently, the UK is using some of their special forces teams to go out into the city to grab British citizens. Um Irish citizens and Candidly, anyone else they can get to bring them to the airport for evacuation. According to this reporter again, Alex Tiffin. I'm just reading that he has a little bit of a following. Are U. S management, military management on the ground, not the soldiers. I want to be clear, not the soldiers, Marines and armored military personnel. But our management on the ground won't let our forces do the same. And in his words, the soldiers on the ground who you know, in a minute would go out and get our people. In his words are quote incandescent about it with rage. Folks, I I really hope that's not true. But the guys threatened his reporting has been pretty spot on over the
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"The legend hello and welcome to the arch rival podcast. Thank you for joining me in this very special episode where i interview alan. Hanks obi could you please introduce yourself there and tell us exactly what you do. I live in the north of england. A yorkshireman for spend more time between your maria really and Often mountains the ills. We call themselves in this area. Which is Scandinavian word. Leftover the vikings when the came over here and settled and things. So yeah that's me mountain clog up. And what did you get an ob yellow. It's pretty flexible. Get this thing. That in england though those things our i suppose in britain and i guess he was Climbing all the wheels is mountains. Which you to fall in eight thousand meter pete's behind. She's at risk technologies to I britain to do that. Also i think probably for the charity work of joan as well and I think you've got a list of some of the charities were with mount rescues. Cystic fibrosis ju- preventing brazil walled Brayshaw foundation walter as big wanna work with as well Quite realism trying to think now. But you go. I was going to say it was quite nice to meet the queen. When i it will be in booking. Dallas was quite new of record. Almost really is the biggest achievement. Well psa tricky will not because in mountaineering thames props. I should say kids recognized. Mountain in the world is technically prize versus out. Let's say possibly you know. I don't know of ever. Supposedly twelve thousand two cents copeland wounded desk. Casey was only out about three to descend on ninety deaths to put it in perspective. Kids uh supposed you stay alive on. Having a dole to fiona even have some grandchildren now as well so us businessmen achievement. You could says well family lineup. I would definitely say. That's an even schoff fiona jay on a Mea on said was the three grandchildren from funeral. Joan that's amazing. What is your book about is called. Eight thousand meters is smells. And it's about these forty eight thousand meter peaks. There's not really a by over fee or anything like that So about about sixty expeditions. All told this book is only about forty mountains which which was twenty seven expeditions. Because i always say no mountains with a knife coming success in the so many israeli bonus. So i class is twenty seven successes thirteen failures and things successes to get these giant mountains so sort of books about are. You could buy shops in island on overseas on amazon malarkey as well but yeah i've seen any since before one of the biggest bookstores and ardent removing avenue. Maybe altered off a few. Yeah definitely we love that guilty So to an irishman so that you go so uncle irish connection so going over there climbing karen tool and things like that. That's the basement for any of you who don't know. And how long did it take you to climb the eight thousand dollars about seventeen years and there was some some of these mountains took three goes which was three separate expeditions. Often over three years climbed first time So he took me a long time Most people say to figures there is somebody. Climb to in regular time recently So yeah it was quite a quite a joan. So shall we say or a challenge to climb the mold. Dodoo feel lucky to be alive because most people that try and climb all fourteen thousand peaks. Doing the reason to do is become forget killed. And i know that sounds a bit dramatic but with us the cast unfortunately so. I'm lucky to be alive and feel kept a more to life than anything's a bonus though we're all very lucky to be alive definitely. People are presented more that ever think at the moment. 'specially now and what was it like climbing everest. I know you said when your big achievements was catered the second highest mountain in the world but ever the highest. I know a lot of people have done it but it must be pretty astonishing. He's the high smile. I guess on the plot at all is it because they're actually mountains that provide for the highest regional people. No one is Is a mountain called motor kia which is a volcano in hawaii. In from talk to balkan it's high than everest significantly higher than at risk. Of course most of it is on the wall. So that's the highest on the earth cruelest. And then you've got one in ecuador curl jim brazil. Which if you know anything about geography. The he's squashed to the equator score. Shout it's not an actual. Her affect ball from the center of the earth to the of timber is always a significant degrees. The distance from the engineer to the serie of averaged so timber could be on the planet. but curls is the is terrible sea level on. Yeah it was a great achievement to call me. I was working as a camera on Making a documentary. At the time. I have to say i felt. He was well within marquette abilities. Very dangerous you. Shouldn't underestimate at bristol. Does vertical to nail the loss of people climbing on people go ahead and fix rules and so on and so forth. You could still fall off. You could still die extreme altitude because eight thousand meters Humans can only live for one hundred hours. You know faulty. Most need through lack of oxygen academic pressure and the bitterly cold weather. You blow these juice game figuring figuring the dry rarefied atmosphere could end up being a stroke or whatever So very dangerous place even ever eastern. So you know now the press filial if anyone can climb everest if you pay join so commercial expedition but yeah did failures grit on mountain on the planet gurvich of the earth from books as i say to mature moms aena props kate zooming small. Because he's far more difficult far more dangerous wuss. Weather woods avalanches in more difficult decline. Kids what was the scariest moment of your career. Some of the difficult as a few processes by my book and writes about in the head votes them. I have a few near death. Experiences flu shaves oma five. Eight thousand dollars. Third-highest kanchenjunga At a near death experience that or go to the streets alone on my own just before the arche tune pitch black and then to get down a blizzard lunch problems. You're not lunch dangers. That could have swept away so that was pretty scary but A lot of the steady moments on a cow crush him the dole to woman that was scary and adroit mcgrath's reforms what sterry I think some of us carries smokes. Are probably things happens to other people wind up being rather than me. It's happening to me. Can on late really tricky one. But as you get older to scare as news. Shallow says sometimes and you're just going to get over them read and you've probably answer it there. But have you ever been in any terrible climbing accidents like as you said before an avalanche. Well it sounds a bit flippant to say on cheese enough survived them because not makes people think oh yeah survive and then. Snow is just all so fulfill his nate. Well generally you don't survive on. She's snow isn't so fluffy still it's It's got loops in it. Some of the size of house breaks and some of the size of cars and these are loops of ice and rock concert. Generally on she get much to pull before avalanche stops. And then you buried anyway. I have been lucky coppola babylon. She's moving in the district in england. And then i was launched a couple of times in the himalayas. Wilmsen care to So yeah she's nice things and So about a few close shaves. I suppose you could say it was talking about before you. Yeah when did you get into mountaineering and climbing. I suppose always. When i was a little boy i always.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Adventure is always around the corner so we're back ache with another awesome episode. We have an amazing knife to review. Now i do have a few nights that i do plan to review in the future because mostly lately. It's been kit reviews or rebel gear reviews so i will be announcing life reviews. If you're into that stuff now. This is a dp skier original. And if you like it at the end of this episode go pick one up at the gear to calm or he can go to blade. Hq or next center. I have the link to hq in the episode description. Now this was kinda gift. It's me by john or grateful. Panic knife reviews me and him are great bodies. And let me tell you the story of how i got this knife. So what's john's channel for a bit. It also started watching big ready dc. Then and i would always marvel. Abc table full of awesome stickers. I know if you or the channels have sticker tables. And i think jb's coolest i know. Davies is the coolest and i always had to tragedy. stickers. I'm really got lots of s. Quedo you want now if you wanna go check out at some k. w. episodes then that is the polar botox episode also and i want to grow my collection just like jb's. And i asked him where he got them and he said what you need to do is just message companies or the channels and usually no send yet one or two and so. That's what i did. I watched john's channel for. I've seen a good view of his videos and actually subscribed so you should go to subscribe to him. That's grateful penny knife reviews on youtube and also way their go follow me on instagram. Grateful panic and then. I messaged him on instagram. On our saying hey. I love your youtube channel just subscribed and your logo is awesome things like that and then i said would you be interested in me a sticker would give you a shadow on my podcast. And then he said yeah anymore insecure. I'll send you a few and then we just hit it off from there. We're great buddies now. We always just talk about knives. Adc gear just thinks like that and then one day he asked me. What knife do you really wish you had. And i said probably the zuta because those are really cool knives and then he wins off line for a bit and where did he go and then he came back. I took a picture of this knife. The dp year has two original and he said do you want it and then all he has an awesome knife. Just looks just like the zula. We'll get it and then he said i'll send it to you so i was going to take it from there because often then it wasn't ready channels. That sent me gear or nice to review. it was just companies who are willing to promote. But that took me back. And i was like whoa john. Are you sure this an awesome knife. And i know. These are kind of pricey. So that's was ratchet up to me and he was like oh yeah on paranoid collection and you said you wanted to missoula. This is one of the closest things to missoula so then it came to me. And he also gave me five or the stickers. I reviewed them on my wall. I have a in a spare sticker and blow which might be a giveaway someday. You never know and this came and it was awesome. I mean i did not expect it to be this killed. And now i no longer wish i hadn't do because i next best thing. So before as the actual view on the knife itself..
How Ian Simpson Became a Unibet Sponsored Pro
"Back to twitch. And you bet you mentioned your sponsored by a bit. How did that come about. When did that come about. I'm in my fifth. Year was union. Bet that's the best twitching for four and a half years now and all the united events because they were just fantastic they. I mean obviously. Obviously i have to say let the genuine where all of them before i was known busta because the staff just friendly bubbly happily passionate polka did throw amazing events bodies be amazing tone to be well around by the best end stocks in europe. So because i went to leave lettuce i eventually got to know the staff and the staff wanted to launch a more aggressive plan in the uk. They wanted to gain buses. They want to launch pitching at And so they asked him. I said hell yes it as the other payment cards they keep doing it. Yeah tony told them that. I was doing that anyway. So yet it's worked out great for the community. Like i said it's just the friendliest nicest community just in the world. These little screenings formed relationships with them over the past five years. Been fortunate enough to meet a bunch of them. You've got events some of them. don't go to bentson. it's but it's a screen ended up growing berry fund and just very kind nice people. We have enough community at been following. The the best thing is that it's not just about the following migraine dwelling twitching. I'm playing the supernova on union. You bet saying oh yeah great weldon doll commiserations about that breakout whatever rolling for each other. The rail is for everyone who's in chats so they'll be people who just in the free rose because that's all they can afford and they'll be rallying the guy who's just fearless justice. How does that railing means by baguettes on them. And it's just the most wholesome lovely thing.
Standing up for What You Believe in
"Hello everybody This is brandon hollingsworth coming to you. From the theology. Media's creatively christian podcast and i am super excited. I think this is the first time. I've had to people on the podcasts. With me at once with these wonderful. Ladies that i met at international christian music and film festival. Angela and valencia. Say hello ladies. What's going on my god. Yes tell everybody which one is which 'cause you guys are irish twins. So irish twins. Yes i am. angela. And i'm valencia. Irvine is Siblings of saint parents that are less than a year apart. So you're exactly ten months apart so we're like right. Here is irish guess. July twelfth valencia. All right slow everyone out that needs to send your birthday presents. Right no excess. Here's the po box. Well i. i was Privileged to meet you ladies again at international christian film festival and we had a blast. We and we're playing around and collaborating on some projects that i'm really excited about. But we'll leave that over to the side for now because we want to talk about you ladies so so tell our listeners. A little bit about yourself and what you're all about because many of our listeners might not know you so we are like we said irish twins sisters abandoned in this in this wonderful thing called life for for a while blessing and loving on the lord. We're christians i And we always had a like a a little next to just wanna be in front of people to blessed to help to encourage to inspire to you. Know all these things and we just know. God gave us these talents because he gives all of us gifts and talents every single person listening. Now you have talent. You have a gift us. What guy is giving you So he gave us gifts with singing first of all and we just took that gap. Don't just begin lessening his people and singing his praises and you know from nat Joining writing do see all of it.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Go quickly now. The first time as a tape is the tent will do the chair. Later attend is called the fifty tent looks. This is the four person tent on the website. It also comes with a the roads also has a two person tents all talk more back their other products later but the foreperson one hundred means is you can fit for adults sitting upright and line town for sleeping on. I have done a nice where there were tissue pads down and i was able to lie in when someone else in on the other one and we have had lots of space for our gear so six four people on sleeps to people is two hundred centimeters by two hundred thousand speeches by one hundred and forty five centimeters. So it's a it's a big yoke and it folds down really small. I love that and has a spring loaded automatic pop up and you can assemble this whole tent in less than three seconds. Now i'll see. I'll be able to a video on on my instagram all. See how could i do that. I don't. I might find someone else's one i don't know if i'll be able to record one of myself without putting my face in it prefer to be anonymous sure. Many people understand that and it has gerbil long-term use. It has a three millimeter. Would've index any two thousand millimeter branchy. Which is a wolf breath index as well now. There was one of the nights i stayed in it and it was lashing raining. Obviously the horrible irish weather boats on the water was kind of pulled into the top and it was able to seep through the seams bit. Now there's an easy fix there is have to sewn up a bit more or you can buy so would brief spray. It was not coming through the fabric. It was just where two pieces of fabric met each other and was sewn like nice nothing at all..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"He does reviews on knives and ec gear. Then we have cure quest now a low johnny in calling on talk to them a lot and please go check them out. Also in egypt on instagram won't be saying that allows today but quit work. They are reps for quick. Fire starters on guys over quick track to them a lot. And i just want them out and if you wash their you channel flow on instagram. You're following along on their journey from. She's so cool into when adventure. Then we have eggs and ham twenty two now. I love these guys. The xs earn great people. There channel is adc from a male and female perspective so bad is really uncommon to see in the community. That's what i love about the exit. This podcast is only from a female's perspective book if you listen or watch their channel than its boat so i really love that about their channel. Please go check them out. Instagram and youtube and those support them. They have not put out a video in a while. But i know they're two super-busy people on the probably working on doing something so ethic that it will blow your mind next. We have goon ducks calvin overdue. There is doing great work here. Views knives and fishing gear mostly mostly nice fishing. Tackle boxes are love his channel. I subscribed after washing only one minute of his videos. Then we have tier one gear. Reviews i love is channel so awesome mostly knives and i just love it. I cannot say how much do these channels i've subscribed to on. I subscribe to love the people that are behind all the awesome work. Go check them out on the last one. I kind of believe. I've gone this long without giving j. b. shadow that is b. degrade ebc. He's an awesome guy. Really want you to check him out. He's just doing great work luck giveaways which is awesome..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Com. Go quickly now. The first time as a tape is the tent will do the chair later. Both attend is called the fifty tent looks. This is the four person tent on the website. It also comes with a the roads also has a two person tents all talk more back their older products later but the foreperson one hundred means is you can fit for adults sitting upright and line town for sleeping on. I have done a nice where there were tissue grand pads down and i was able to lie in when someone else in on the other one and we have had lots of space for our gear so six four people on sleeps to people is two hundred centimeters by two hundred thousand speeches by a hundred and forty five centimeters. So it's a it's a big yoke and it folds down really small. I love that and has a spring loaded automatic pop up and you can assemble this whole tent in less than three seconds. Now i'll see. I'll be able to a video on on my instagram all. See how could i do that. I don't. I might find someone else's one i don't know if i'll be able to record one of myself without putting my face in it prefer to be anonymous sure. Many people understand that and it has gerbil long-term use it has a three millimeter waterproof index. Any two thousand millimeter branchy. Which is a wolf breath index as well. Now there was one of the nights. I stayed in it and it was lashing raining. Obviously the horrible irish weather boats on the water was kind of pulled into the top and it was able to seep through the seams bit. Now there's an easy fix there is have to so up a bit more or you can buy so would brief spray. It was not coming through the fabric. It was just where two pieces of fabric met each other and was sewn like nice nothing at all..
Top Five Music Documentaries and Woodstock 99
"You like i are a connoisseur of music docks i imagine. How many do you think you've watched in your lifetime. Let's say let's try and put a number on this showy might be a hundred. Yeah that's that's aspirational. But i'd say anywhere seventy to a hundred feels like the sweet spot. I don't know what that says. If that's a good thing is that as good thing sean. It's chilling robbing. It's definitely yelling. It's concern you. And i've spent a lot a lot a lot of time in our lives. Digging it in your hand of music musicians musical genres the history of the form. The feuds the fights the love and it's an interesting kind of a subcategory. Why do you think music in particular has been so ripe for the documentary form especially nowadays. It feels like we're getting a new one every week including some that. The ringer ourselves are producing. It is true that the star documentary is a necessary function of a rollout. You know taylor swift if you count like a netflix concert movie. That she did. She's put out three movies like three feature length movies in like three or four years. It's just you have to do it now. You know you got the billy. Irish one It's lady gaga katy. Perry beyond says down a couple. It's just it's a natural part. I think it all goes back to two behind the music to vh one's behind the music arc the rise and fall arc like we love to watch rosters become rockstars. We loved a lot watch rockstars crash and burn you know and reliably. We get both ends of that in your typical rock documentary. Well let me psychoanalyze you a little bit. Why do we that. Why do we wanna see. These majestic figures of popular. Music hit their peaks and then crashed so painfully right. It's it's a celebrity worship thing. I think ultimately we love to build people up and we love to watch them break down if not break them down ourselves. We're sort of seeing this arc with britney spears right now which is a very moving target is a news story. But it's just
Standup Comedy, Comic-Magician Michael Finney Interview & comedy set #74 - burst 01
"That's kind of the best part of the whole stories. Because i i would at that point i was. I got into the food beverage. Industry and i started out as a midnight. Bell in a hotel called the san carlos tilt jalen downtown was built in nineteen. Oh three emmy elevators were hand operated to take you to your floor and let you off if you want to come down. I had that. Did you bring you down. So it was very dow for me. You know 'cause that we watched all those movies it's kid growing up dickey's bellman was so so cool and i did that for a while in the hotel guy like me and eventually you wanna learn to bar. I can't keep barking. I went for this for me. You know bartending kidman at that up there. That's pretty cool job. And nineteen seventy eight. And so i learned the two girls teach me how to ten bar and get pretty united. You know what. I learned that you clay with flames and all that stuff and do a harbor like all these cool classic drinks and not covered. I started getting reputation and a guy from the golden eagle came down to that copper door lounge which is where irish bar and he goes. Hey bartender is gonna leave if we want the job. Wow kidding me. Thirty six stories high. I've only been in the bar for maybe seven or eight months but it was a click. It i mean this bar that i've gone to right across the street. Only thirty six stories high and it's basically the same bryant talent level. Doctors lawyers judges. It was riding downtown. Phoenix i i mean i couldn't even tell you rubbing elbows with but they were suffered and so i get this job. I go to the golden eagle restaurant. I'm wearing a bow tie or shirt a cupboard bunk. I've got the but you should stop it before. I even so true. You have the
WSOP Main Event Champion Noel Furlong Dies at 83
"I'm afraid i'm gonna have to start with some sad news. Actually from the world of poker and the world the virus poker specifically no furlong passed away the nine hundred nineteen nine w. main event champion. He passed away on sunday at the age of eighty. Three was also nine hundred. Eighty seven and nineteen eighty-nine irish poker. Open champion back in the early years of that event. Not a bad resume for a man who you could really describe as a fulltime businessman. Darren i know you played against no a few times. What are your memories of them. I think are probably only telling us no one so i think it was the twenty eleven irish open. Which was the big arch open. Where people like macron new helmets. Come over so they made a big deal of ear and do have remember playing moving to a table a day. One with no honors. He was obviously quite elderly by by stage. I guess he was in his early seventies but he was a bit of alleged does still leoni irish player to win the wpn event To tie marsh open champion people kind of knew that he wasn't really a professional poker player 'em he was. He was independently wealthy. I believe he was worth approximately a hundred million from his business. He was also very successful. Harsh trainer so he was basically just a businessman who played for fun but he had developed a very particular style which was actually brutally effective back in the day he made it just all about pre flop 'em he just picked spots where he had a sort of a semi decent hand and just moved all in pre flop and this is back in the day when people didn't really like calling off matter how strong their hand boss pre flop. They'll believe that they had all these incredible posted off edges so it was brutally effective it propelled him to to our show opens and the wsb main
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"This is not like the the t. light that was in the premiums market. It's a an actual kendall and it's long and thin and it's working color wax a liked them little change from those born whitens and the wake is very long works. Well i used it and it worked very very well but the thing is on the bottom. It doesn't stand that well so own recommend you either hold it or you lean against something or you just shave off the button to make flat. Then we have the met kid. Now a really meant k. Eight tiny boats. It's we have some surgical tape. There is twenty cents majors of this. It's very long very nice amount. And the they're actually had a bigger amount of this in the book and then we have. Water purification carpets. Eight of these and these are essential. Because if you're not able to boil that. I need to do is drop when these lear lever for half an hour and then we have nice pain water now to what is not gonna taste that nice butch. It's better than thirsting. Debt dehydrating to death and then we have an alcohol swab now. These are real note flammable because of the alcohol inside. And you just need to use u. Pharisees brought on the of the whistle to strike it. And then we'll have a nice little flyer going tinder again and there. You can boil water in the ten. You probably will only be able to boy a fifth or a quarter vitre water but that's better than having any at all and then. We have a plaster to add to that med kit. Now i did at this in myself booked. It's better than not having one at all. I always liked to have plasters. In case in case i have a smaller co the star speeding and don't get infected. They may have a signal mirror now. This is the exact same size as the one that was in the premiums rival kits and a fits nicely in the bottom. It's even probably not fit that bigger in this is to be this one to fit inside it and has a protective film to make sure keeps nonsense safe and doesn't scratch on the back. You have the sticky side peel off and then you can stick into anything is world signal three anything now. I really like that. Then we have the sewing kit now. I really like this sewing kits because it has lots of strength inside. It has worn so needle. Now maybe in the future..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
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"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Before you are going out into the wilderness. And you think there might be some serious frets. They're definitely call your doctor visit your doctor. Just let them know that. There is a possibility of you getting injured in some way. And you ask them what should you do and now we have. What are they calling the aids. The manages five fund these ridicule. I've never really seen nichole bandages before. If i were to ever hurt my knuckle thin instead of a normal bandage now and it was the three of them. These are quite large. So that's good for here quite our dreams next. We have these zero alcohol prep pads. They there are two of these and just for cleaning wounds while most people don't know is thursday inside them. i'm sorry most people do know there's alcohol inside them for most people don't know as a start a fire with these because alcohol at you'll know is flammable and you see to rip. Yo ben get your little fire lights barker and then there's royer next up. We have two packets of to be pro offense. So that means we have four and total if you wanted to give the mountain for people to be will or person over two days and actually don't know what these are for. usually. I don't get sick. I'm very fortunate with that. I am touching my head right now in torchwood in my head be coz. I'm just like that. I don't get sick often. And that means i don't know what medicine should use so i should really get to know that and on the back of survival kit. It's just filled with drug fox. So if you were to read that you find out what everything's four. And i'll give quick. Read the code and one item. I actually forgot to talk about before the medical kit. But i'm sure they could fall into. The category of medical is a roll of tape..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Now creek is a big hero of mine. I have seen all his tv programs. I watched his youtube channel billion times. All the videos and i read lows his books and he is the ultimate businessman. And i know that. Because i have read his book the survival. Ceo it's all about how you can make a business around your passion for the outdoors and there's one thing i just think is wrong with a pocket walks it only to america now as you know by the title. The are schwab podcast. I am currently living in ireland. So that means. I can okay in a box shipped to me so what i did was i went online. I went on created my very own. One using gear. That i thought i would like it has authorized so this is the episode for this week. Now a polka box runs at fifty dollars every second month. Because you get a box every month. And i think they have to pay like ten ninety-five shipping so i set myself budget of fifty euros in total including shipping. And that is what. I spent on the money. So i was on right with that. Now i have a few items here and Get into them in a second. An- just wanted to say something about a pox so every month you get loads of new and saraga gear items and you get a skill. So there's one skill that. I really wanted to teach myself. So i added that an and Make guts the last item so you listen to the ends and hear what item Wanted to teach myself for what skill. I wanted to teach myself so creek here. Listen to this. And i hope you are. Because he were my hero. Please please please make a pocock's international or a fair living in america and you want to send meet in a box to review senate's me now. I'm just kidding you keep your own books. They earn goldust. So if you want to support the podcast. I have With an amazing way that you can do so so went online all stickers so yes we now have the irish for podcast merch and you can buy them through instagram dmc. Or my which confined onto the context section on my blog or i have also added in the email bulletin on instagram and they have the of podcast logo on them and they are white. There would proof you stick them anywhere when you peel them off. They don't leave the paper behind. They're really easy. Peel off and the cost two years each or.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Welcome to the irish father. Podcast thank you for joining us today. And i'm so happy dinners that we have been mazing guests on the podcast today here. We have survival doctors from instagram on youtube. Please introduce yourself. there are no problem. Everyone my name. Is tim On a medical doctor out of michigan. Usa so i practice in the clinics in the hospitals and also in the emergency department and one of my fields of specialties is wilderness medicine as well so i specifically teach people how to manage medical emergencies in survival situations. That's amazing. And what is your instagram page about. So my instagram page is about everything to do with preparedness in regards to managing illness and injury. The most common injuries illnesses when you're out in dangerous environments with limited supplies the.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"So for we start the episode. I just want to do a small little storytime with these. About how i got this gear so i reached out to mike on instagram. Mike is the co founder. He's amazing person and he's the co founder of outdoor elements and. I asked him if you will be interested in sending me some gear for review. Any was so. He has a dispatcher In the uk his name is rob from wilderness. Twenty one dakota uk and what they do is they help. Companies get their products overseas. So exactly what. He was helping other element and me wit. And so you can gear like mostly outdoor elements and can have other great companies. There and rob has kindly given me a code for you guys to get ten percents off all of their gear so you can get anything from there and decode is irish. Survival is all one word all caps. It's or i s hate s you or the l. If you want to write that down there so of element organized it and they asked witness twenty one teams in me gear and they did thank you so much to rub on mike and for all remaining work. The only thing i ask from you. If you're listening to this is that you please please please go visit at tournament. dot com. They earn amazing web site..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"The most toxic of any land snake in the world except for the inland taipan. Right belly black. The red bellied black is commonly found in woodland forest swamp plants and urban areas of eastern australia. They usually avoid attack. Bites are very dangerous but rarely fatal type in all species in this group are dangerous. The inland typing is viewed as the most venomous land snake in the world however the human population of its habitat is low. All bite victims have been successfully treated with anti-venom tiger snakes. The most common tiger snake is found in southern and eastern australia. They're highly toxic. Venom is produced in large amounts the venom mainly affects the central nervous system but can cause most damage and Blood clotting death adder. Death are found in most parts of australia. New guinea and nearby is they have relatively large funds and toxic venom before the introduction of anti-venom about sixty percent of bites to humans. Were fatal sea snakes. I'm sorry if i don't pronounce this right. But it's here as hydro finney found in warm. Coastal waters from the indian ocean to the pacific subspecies have been more toxic than any land snake. See snakes curious readily approach divers and swimmers but they are generally placid unlikely to attack european snakes. Adder the adder is only poised is the only poisonous snake- of northern europe. It's widespread in highly. Populated areas are very common but rarely fatal. The common adder has several larger Relatives in southern europe. And then as par on hand to avoid lizard. The gila monster. This venomous species is native to the southwestern u. s. at northwestern mexican say of although gala by is extremely painful known has resulted in a conference. You've been debt. beaded lizard. A close relative of gila monster. The beaded lizard is found mostly in mexico and southern guatemala. It's by causes terrible pain. Swelling and rapid drop in blood pressure crocodile to cuidado species denied crocodile on the saltwater crocodile. Our monitor's stay well away from water. Were they are known to be present on a gaiter. The american alligator is native to southeastern. Us allegations occasionally attack unprovoked. Under bites can cause dangerous infections. So i decided not to record the aquatic animals and mammal section in the ultimate rival. Handbook because my episode was becoming way too long however i will read it in the proper review all the ultimate rubble handbook. So look out. For that. to hear aquatic animals mammals. This week shadow goes to dublin may go check out his page where he does amazing edits of all sorts of the players and the reason he gets shout out. This week is because he made this amazing edit of my irish rago podcast logo and you can go find that on my instagram page on under this features highlight. And if you want to get your name shouted out on the podcast. All you need to do is tell me on your instagram story. Thank you for listening to. The irish revolve podcast. I hope you enjoyed it. But new episode every tuesday. Please listening goodbye.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Hello and welcome to the irish survival podcast. This is my seventh episode. And today i'll be talking about the sol origin throughout this podcast. Be reviewing campaign as Equipment i hope you enjoyed this episode. I remember no matter what platform you're listening on. We always post less content. Just for you go check out my blog. The irish rival podcast won't put wordpress dot com instagram yashuv rival. Podcast the sol. Arjun is really okay. That i really like. Sol have good ranges survival kits. The origin is one of their best on the packaging of the kit. It says bill for survival inside now and one of to the bucks. The cake comes in is waterproof on ways. One hundred and seventy three grams and dimensions of the i. Ten centimeters centimeters by three centimeters. Here is review that. I pulled up the online. The sol arjun redefines the survival kit from the ground up in one product that fits in the palm of your hunt. The arjun gives you the collection of tools. You need to survive the unexpected and make it back alive. Think of it. As a cross breeds with the traditional ten essentials in survival kit all wrapped up in one lightweight easy to carry indestructible package. The origin also comes with a little booklet called sixty plus life saving tools and techniques but book tilton so i will read you some of the tips here congrats on acquiring the best little kit in the world the sol. This deal will help you survive in all kinds of emergencies. But it doesn't work if you don't have a with you keep your origin on your person all times in a shirt or pants pocket and look for the numbers and text for key survival techniques. Know this if you stay warm enough and drinking water you will live a long long time. If you're a visible to the eye and or audible to the ear you will be found. Panic and fear are killers. They destroy your ability to process information and act wisely. Maintain your most survival to your brain on sense of humor about your predicament. As soon as you circumstances even hint a survival situation stop s fence. I sit travel. No fighter take a deep breath. Relax conserve energy. Think my physically well. I'm my certain why should move. Should say here. Observe look closely around you. You will need shelter. Water fuel for fire needs to be visible searchers. Take stock what you have with you. Plan your actions must be based on cam and carefully made decisions. He most important decision. Choose to survive. You're almost always better off to stay. Pope or almost put and wait for rescue here. Priorities are number one positive mental attitude number two medical care number three shelter empire four signaling number five water and number six food now low to people always get this mixed up. They always try to go for food. I but the human body can actually last three weeks without food and if every you're looking for either food or water cheese water because you only last three days without water. Always remember the rule of threes three minutes without air three hours in harsh conditions. Three days without water on three weeks without food. This podcast is sponsored. By if you haven't heard about it let me explain is the easiest way to make a podcast. It's free. There's creation tools that led you to record in any pocket right in your phone or computer. And we'll just be your podcast for you. So you can be heard on spotify apple podcasts. And many more you can make money from new podcast. No minimum listenership. Everything you need to make a podcast one place. Download the free app or go to anger 'em to get started as i said before there are items inside as well as outside for this on one side of the ad side. We have a small six use puppet out under instructions on how to use it on the back. There are some great items including attachable bolton compass which is actually wrong by ninety degrees which just terrible spark wheel to us to light. Tinder a knife with the whistle. Unlike attached to it the knife itself is a two inch foldable blades and is very sharp moving onto the inside. We have four pieces of tank tinder. Quick they are kind of tinder that you flip. And then light with the spark leo. No we have a small fishing kit that includes sufficient line. Three x two. Large safety pins to for hooks. Two swivels on the sewing needle next we have one hundred fifty pound tests braided nylon cord and two mil spec stainless steel wire for making stairs. It also comes with a lanyard that you attach But i decided not to use it to save space on the outside and of course we have sixty two plus life saving tools and techniques by book tilton. As per usual with the survival kits tries to make them as best as icon. So this week. I added in some matches. Striker piracy small to would appear for -cation tablets to plasters and a five note. If you follow me on instagram. You know that last week. I started doing shouts on last week's episode. I shouted out to people and this week's episode. I'm also outing out to people. These are two very special people to me. Mind mana grandad's they listen to every single episode and after they've listen to it. They sent me messages about their favorite par- and how they loved it. So here's to grandad's get your name shouted out on the podcast. All you need to do is tag me on your instagram story. Tag at the irish survival podcast. Thank you for. Listening to the our podcast. I hope you enjoyed it but new episodes every tuesday. Please listening goodbye..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"This podcast is sponsored by anchor. If you haven't heard about it let me explain is the easiest way to make a podcast. It's free there's creation tools that lady to record many podcasts. Right in your phone or computer and it will just be your podcast for you. So you can be heard on spotify apple podcasts. And many more you can make money from your podcast. We know minimal listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast. One place download the free app or go to anchor 'em to get started. Hello and welcome to the irish rogan. Podcast this is my first episode. And today i'll be talking about. My favorite book had to stay alive by beverly hills throughout these episodes would be viewing things such as books or products about camping survival or anything to do with scouts. Thank you now. to stay. Alive is a very interesting book because it's not written as a normal book if you go to the contents page. Unc has different sections which as survival skills the basics where has thinks like to make a fire extinguisher. Flyer how to use a knife at catcher fish there on the next page there. Are things like great escapes like how to survive getting lost out to build a raft. That's a climate arrival situation. Them have to survival like how to survive in the desert in the snow and the jungle things like that. Then we have life or death situations for how to survive an earthquake as volcanic eruption avalanche than last part. We have medical emergencies so jazz. How to avoid blisters wound had free. Burn each chapter in. This book is about six or seven pages long. And i'm going to read you. How to conserve energy. The first page is your body is like machine if you feel it will keep them working if you don't it'll break down in a survival situation to fill your body needs can be in short supply the more energy you expend more fuel use so you can serve so. The conservation of energy is critical is a critical factor in keeping. You live job when you're in crisis mode he body responds in energy intensive way and it can drain your energy. You need to find ways of effectively. Managing your body's energy here are some ways of conserving. Energy fields are a number of different ways that it tells you how to conserve energy. So jess brite. If you can control your breathing you can't control your body's natural response to cross situation. Slow deep breaths in through your nose. amount would reduce your heart rate. And if you're panicking and knowledge it to yourself when she know what's happening in your head. You can start by doing that. You can alter what's happening in your body and then there are in suggest. Make a plan on work on fast. Maeve slow food fast making a bag now. This are found very interesting. You can last for days without food. But that doesn't mean you'll be performing at your best when you exert yourself he bought. He uses the most readily available available energy which comes from sugar and other carbohydrates it. It'll then move onto reserves protein and fat. but that's a slow process unless suited for situations where you have high energy needs if you don't replenish your sugars you become hypo. Automic dizzy nauseous. And the to avoid this. I sometimes make a much back. It's military thing. Plastic bag filled with broken chocolate flap. Jax jax dried fruits nuts raisins and bits of dairy milk by anything that provide you an instant energy hit i keep in mind pocket and give myself a mouthful for every twenty minutes so that my bothers body energy are topped up. Even if you don't have much bad remember that it's better to eat whatever you do whatever food. You do combine little and often rather than in one breast. I found that very interesting. And i will definitely make a mantra back next time on going hiking or camping just to gain. My energy auditing maintain a stable body. Temperature pick your route carefully and travel light now. Everybody knows when camping or hiking. You always need to travel. Light like minimalist. You only need the bare minimum essentials. Nothing more than that needs. Bluewater some rope. Essentials only the essentials now at the end of every chapter. I found this very interesting. Has a kate on s s kiss and it stands for keep it simple stupid and a has a very small summary of everything we just read so for the keep it simple stupid in how to conserve energy. It's s move slow to move fast. Don't sweat don't shiver pick your route carefully. Travel like eat little and often. That is very good. Every single chapter has a k i s s which is very good. Keep it simple stupid. Keeping it simple always. They have won the end of every single chapter and now i purchase this book on the since online website. You can get on amazon and probably other places so as the aven but that was a quick review of my favorite survivable and favorite book had stay. Live by vera growth. I loved it. And i think you will love it. It is perfect for scouts. Survivalists hikers campers. Well worth ret- especially the back where has emergency situations for medical. Needs such as at treat burn blister at. He's attorney kit central for life. Thank you for today. Listening this fire and hope you have a great day and i will see you next tuesday for reviews on other things such as books tents sleeping bags anything so far i would use goodbye and thank you. Thank you for listening to the podcast. I hope you enjoyed it but new episode every tuesday. Please listening goodbye..
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"I'm Dennis. I'm here with an evening. We're here with you media team. We are here with John. Harkness founder and president of the technology needed Sughrue I._T.. Edgy who's running the event in China or today three here today and great excitement to me so many <hes> active minds and people working on great projects at the moment so <hes> one of my favorite events John Caters a bit about yourself so I'm limerick man originally but I live in Silicon Valley now. I've been living in Silicon Valley for twenty years. I went over there thinking I'd stay there for a couple of years and really loved the environment and the energy and the technology there so <hes> I lived there and I come back to Ireland on a regular basis and I've been involved in technology all my life. I've been involved in the company that invented the smartphone which I'm sure you're familiar with it was a company called Palm Pam and <hes> was part of that revolution and today I a invest in technology companies and <hes> also involved in going and scaling companies as well. Can you tell us why founded the I._T.. Audi I'm about the work that you do so we set up the G. originally as a not for profit group of people that are from the technology worried but from all over the world so there's lots of very successful Irish people that are living in the U._S. and all over the world. And they felt the connection backyard and they wanted to try to try and help Irish companies and entrepreneurs and about four years ago the Irish government had a major summit called the Global Irish Economic Dynamic Forum and one of the challenges that the government wanted to at tackle was how do you build a culture of Entrepreneurship in Ireland and so I cheered team that looked at that challenge and how would we do and we we found really strongly that the youth of today are going to be the future of Ireland and future of the world and also your ideas and for you to be able to see the possibilities at a younger age. You know you don't have to wait. You're twenty or thirty to be it'd be an entrepreneur are an innovator. You can be today whether you're ten twelve fourteen sixteen so we felt that in order to try and make this really exciting is if we do this with students that are kind of anywhere between ten and fifteen years of age so that's the age group that's here and we felt like doing it. In an environment that could be fun and cool an interesting so in China and airports we keep this solvable four years ago and great fun and the most exciting thing for team is that they come over silicon valley which is really where all technology companies have been born so google founded their apple are. Are there facebook or their twitter. There's all these companies that you Kinda here about all start there so bringing the team over there and of course San Francisco is like a beautiful city Golden Gate Bridge. You've got you know Alcatraz contrast there so have fun to be able to see that some great shopping going on so that the shopping going on and it's always sunny there so it's a big fun to be in a place an environment like that so you can kind of see that you know that experience experience of the entrepreneurship technology side and also kind of beautiful part of the world we are at the innovators event today. What does the ambulance event event is encouraged young kids young students to you think about becoming an entrepreneur to think about inventing something our innovation and when I was going up as a kid I didn't immediately see the connection between the importance of math and science and an English and tying those together and becoming an entrepreneur so what we want to do is is I guess hotwired situation for young kids to be able to get them to be able to see and experience <hes> what this is like and give him a front row seats <unk> over in Silicon Valley so that's the aim being able to inspire young young kids? Why is this important events like today? It's important to do events like today because you know you can teach this stuff in schools and that's important. But coming to an event like this where it's kind of like a real world situation you know you're you have to pitch to pitch onstage. You've got a thousand people here and arty here and all the media here so you really in the real world environment and also it's fun and Shannon Airport doing it in an open environment you know again not necessarily in the school are under nothing wrong with schools but it's it's just more exciting to do like this. This losses feisty you have for young people like ourselves around innovation and entrepreneurship so my advice would be you know if you look at some of the educational elements of of of your school today you know the importance of science and math are really important if you want to think about a career and technology so really concentrating on those but also English is something I never thought how important wise because if you've got a great idea integrate technology you've got to be able to communicate in a big part of any entrepreneur is to be able to communicate on stage which is not always easy so the combination of those studies for you right now. I think I think his key <hes> I think thinking outside of the box you know you know not just think about something that could be you know incremented but instead of how do you change the game are. How do you do something completely different?