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Wether you're a camel owner, wanna-be owner or simply an adoring camel fan you're in the right place for some fun, useful and interesting Camel Talk. Join us here for fun learning about camels, how to care for, train and handle them - plus insider stories and interviews - and some insider stories of our lifestyle with camels: the good, the bad, the ugly and the very funny. Subscribe now so you don't miss out. This is your one and only go to podcast all about camels!
 
Let’s talk transportation, traffic, transit and what’s driving you crazy as you try to get from here to there, no matter how you do it. Longtime Denver traffic expert Jayson Luber will look at the big issues in transportation, traffic, transit and whatever is driving you crazy. Come join us on the road well traveled!
 
Shed Talks is a good humoured show about mental health and coping with life – what happens when things go wrong, and what you can do to get better and stay well. Shed Talks is hosted by Jeremy Thomas – a funny guy with experience of serious mental illness, and an advocate of good mental health. Jeremy is going to be in conversation with interesting people drawn from the world of Film, TV, Music, Books, Crime, Gardening, and Business. Interesting people who have achieved something in their li ...
 
This podcast talks about how to program in Java; not your tipical system.out.println("Hello world"), but more like real issues, such as O/R setups, threading, getting certain components on the screen or troubleshooting tips and tricks in general. The format is as a podcast so that you can subscribe to it, and then take it with you and listen to it on your way to work (or on your way home), and learn a little bit more (or reinforce what you knew) from it.
 
Break Some Dishes, a podcast by Verda Alexander and Jon Strassner, takes a closer look at some of the environmental crises we face as a global community, and under the lens of creativity and design, talks to outliers who have worked to break some dishes and find solutions. Bad design is bad for the planet. We need to design our way out of our climate crisis! Verda is an artist and designer and Jon is a talker, and together they find those unique people who have found amazing ways to make a d ...
 
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Almost ten years after they aired; Community, Parks & Recreation, The Office, and 30 Rock continue to have massive fan bases. Considering their ratings when they were airing, it's safe to say they're more popular now than ever. For an all too brief time; they were NBC's "Comedy Night Done Right" block on Thursday Night. What was it like to watch a four new episodes of four great series on one night? Join host Matt Cail for a bi-weekly podcast that goes back and examines each and every time n ...
 
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A podcast talking hunting, South Australian style. Three blokes, 70 odd years experience between us. Covering all things hunt related. Except politics wherever possible! Our aim? To develop a platform for the exchange of knowledge, stories and a few tall tales. Stick around, crack a coldie by the campfire with us...
 
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A new mishnah! A sukkah that is "meduvlelet" and with more shade than sun, is kosher. That is, a sukkah with sparse schach. Alternatively, a disordered sukkah. The dispute here is between Rav and Shmuel, and the question is how many factors are contributing to this sukkah. Also, when can layers of schach combine to be one roof, and when would they …
 
This week Matthew & Rizzle speak with the creator of Sup Ducks and NFT artist, creator, and all-around crypto veteran Frankynines. Frankynines has worked at and contributed to foundational NFT companies like KnownOrigin, Dapper Labs as well as NFT42 in addition to minting on every major NFT marketplace starting back in 2018 (the genesis year for mo…
 
Sleeping under a bed - is doing so an obstruction to fulfilling one's obligation of sleeping in a sukkah? Does it get in the way of the schach above? Part of this halakhic discussion includes the story of Tavi, the servant of Rabban Gamliel, who was not Jewish. His sleeping under the bed is used to "prove" that the bed is an impediment. Also, leani…
 
In the ongoing discussion of the mats and their acceptability as schach, we find some rabbinic interlude, which brings us to: Who's Who: Rabbi Hiya. Plus, more on the mats themselves. The question of whether they are acceptable continues to revolve around the potential they have to be rendered impure - regardless of the variety of materials that ca…
 
When something comes off a sukkah, it's treated like a sukkah - whatever does that mean? The Gemara offers 4 possibilities, including a discussion of shade vs. sunlight. Also, 2 mishnayot - the first of which is undermined by a contradictory beraita and R. Yosi's practice. The second mishnah allows for sukkah mats for schach, as long as they've bee…
 
Lavud... What if you have a gap of less than 3 tefachim in the middle of the schach? Specifically, if your sukkah is larger than the minimum. Which leads to a discussion of the purity issues of a sukkah in this way, and the absolute heritage of how impurity works in this kind of case. Note the methodology here, in terms of seeking halakhic parallel…
 
Gordon a multilingual journalist talks about being an only child, Autism, Withnail & I, Scotland, the greatness of Hiroshi Murikami, loneliness, James Joyce, meeting the Dutch love of his life aged 18, getting married, Stress, Bladerunner, having two kids diagnosed with autism, the healing power of running, Breaking Bad, Our Friends in the North, N…
 
Looking for the stages that clarify the previous mishnah. A bed can, of course, be rendered impure and then be purified. Even if the bed is dismantled... Whereas, mats woven from various reeds and grasses - which are apparently too small. And lastly of those cases - digging into a grain pile to make a sukkah, depending on the measure of the hole yo…
 
A daf with 2 mishnayot. The first has 3 different disputes in the span of the one mishnah, which focuses on wooden boards that can be used for schach, depending on the finished product. How wide can the board be? What if you remove a board? And most importantly, perhaps, how do we apply other basic sukkah concepts to this new scenario of sukkah. Al…
 
This week Matthew & Rizzle speak with serial crypto founder and doer of all the Metaverse things, Leandro. Leandro is the founder of NFT Studios, the holding company for metaverse projects like CryptoMoters, VoxelArchitects, and PixelChain as well as other crypto services (basically all the things). The main focus of this week's chat is on the upco…
 
Now that we have two private space flights in the books, where do we go from here? What does this mean to private transportation and to us here on earth? Rocket scientist and University of Colorado Boulder Senior Director of Industry Relations Chris Muldrow joins me to talk about space tourism and what it means to you and me. Also, how much will it…
 
A follow-up to the hyssop/"eizov" discussion. Also, continuing the case of one who harvested grain and then decided not to eat it, but to use it for schach. Where both action and intent can be relevant, and action demonstrates intent. Plus, turning straw over with a pitchfork. Which leads into a comparison between the prayers of tzadikim and a pitc…
 
Binding things together entails more than one thing! Also, the hyssop (or "eizov"), and its uses in the process of purification. Also, materials that might usually be used for food (and therefore be able to be rendered impure) and use them for roofing, there are ways to use them in ways that won't be rendered impure. For example, grapes are obvious…
 
Schach - what can be used for it: the specific examples of the leavings from the threshing floor and the winepress, as delineated and derived from the biblical verses. But not the grain or the grapes themselves, as food can be rendered impure. The Gemara also discusses whether wine can be used for schach, and, interestingly, the fact that it is liq…
 
Climbing plants on a sukkah - ivy? Grapes? Etc. When they are attached to the ground, they can't really be part of the schach, unless they were overwhelmed in quantity by schach that was not attached to the ground. Also, tzitzit! In parallel to sukkah. In this case, can a string that is tied to two corners be acceptable for tzitzit? Plus, the 4 spe…
 
[Some wonky audio from the app. Not throughout. With our apologies nonetheless.] What can't go over the schach: for example, additional shading, such as a tarp or a canopy. Any such thing that can be rendered impure cannot be kosher for schach. But if you are intentionally beautifying the sukkah with decorations, that should be fine. The discussion…
 
Does the age of the materials being used to build a sukkah matter? How long on advance of Sukkot can one build a sukkah? What about intent? How do we define an "old sukkah"? The dispute is between Beit Hillel and Beit Shammai. Just as a korban that is dedicated to be a festival-sacrifice, so to the building materials are consecrated when they are d…
 
Serious math on the daf, geometry in particular. Squaring a round sukkah. Which gets into the math of circumferences... Which needs π (3.14....). Also, who can make a sukkah and be sure it will be kosher? Together with an a week to the question whether a sukkah has to be built for the express purpose of building a sukkah. Via mnemonic acronyms.…
 
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Air travel has really gone downhill since covid. I recall my trip to Florida and how Disney needs to update how we all get around. The EU wants to stop selling gas or diesel cars by 2035. Should drivers who own back fines for traffic violations and court costs be allowed amnesty? And no, you shouldn’t drive with a satellite dish on your hood. All t…
 
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Defining sukkot - if you put schach on top of an alleyway, you can ha e a kosher sukkah - reviewing many cases, in ways that are reminiscent of Eruvin. Also, the need for more shade than sunlight for the sukkah to be kosher. And that shade needs to be coming from the roof (the schach), and not via cracks or gaps in the walls. Plus what is essential…
 
Measurements! Barley. The vine. Fig. Pomegranate. Date. Olive. Also, a sukkah must have 3 walls - though that third wall can be as small as a tefach. This detail is subject to dispute, however. How is it derived? The spelling of "sukkot" is different and each spelling implies a new detail about the sukkot. Plus, the interwoven discussion on "halakh…
 
The minimum measurements of the sukkah coming off the aron brings us to a discussion of God's arrival to meet with man - but always 10 tefachim above the ground. And even Moshe and Eliyahu didn't make it higher than those 10 tefachim, either. All of which suggests that our time in the sukkah is, or can be, should be, an encounter with the Divine. A…
 
More on the very tall 20+ amot high - what if you build a platform within it, raising the ground, as it were, so that it's less than 20 amot high on the inside? In what ways does this work to make the sukkah kosher? (via a few different cases, including some with a curved wall, no less). Also, what about a very small sukkah? Then you want more suns…
 
Who's Who: Helene HaMalkah - Queen Helene - and her very high sukkah. Was it too tall to be a kosher sukkah? And how are women supposed to handle the sukkah? Also, a discussion over whether there's a machloket between Beit Hillel and Beit Shammai, in terms of a large sukkah and a small sukkah - regarding the minimums and where is kosher. [What's Wh…
 
Camel’s are walking compost heaps (as Camel Vet, Margie Bale puts it). They have 3 stomachs and all stomachs are working as a compost to create healthy bacterias to help camels stay healthy, keep a healthy weight (i.e. healthy hump), keep the minerals & nutrition circulating through their bodies so that the camel can be at its optimum health, just …
 
This episode's special guest is Greg Norris. Currently Chief Scientist for the International Living Future Institute and Director of the Sustainability and Health Initiative for Net Positive Enterprise at MIT, Greg Norris is one of the top LCA experts in the country. Amongst his most impressive projects is the creation of "Hand-Printing", where it'…
 
An introduction to the tractate: Sukkah. Plus, the historical component, as compared to the ritual aspect. Note that the Talmud jumps right in, with the basic principles of what makes a sukkah. Plus, some observations on how sukkah and eruvin compare - recall the alleyway, and a slew of other details. Recall also that eruvin is deRabbanan, where su…
 
Concluding Yoma - with a return to a discussion of impurity on Yom Kippur, with the case of one who sees a seminal emission over the course of Yom Kippur. Plus, how potential impurity plays a role in one's experience of Yom Kippur. Also, the possibility of reassurance that one's teshuvah, repentance was accepted, a positive close to the tractate - …
 
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Matthew & Rizzle spoke with photographer, artist, and entrepreneur Jeremy Cowart about a wide range of mind blowing topics including the new art form he invented that combines lighting, motion and photography to great effect, his take on the NFT space, his big plans to combine NFTs & digital art into a next level chain of hotels and much, much more…
 
More on atonement, with a focus on repentance. For any number of lesser sins, repentance itself atones for them. But for more severe sins, such as taking God's name in vain, repentance is necessary, but atonement will only come through the experience of Yom Kippur as well. And we determine which sins are which in accord with the severity if the res…
 
More on pikuach nefesh. The case of the person who is buried under a collapsed building. Painful, today, in the context of the ongoing search in Surfside, Florida. The discussion becomes a more abstract, yet very practical discussion of how we know when a person is alive. Which brings is to the development of a fetus and the question of the beginni…
 
Fake medicine and real medicine. First, the "fake" (or more home remedies): one who is in contact with a rabid dog, or bitten by one. What do we do for that person? It's a real ailment with a folk cure. And as for the "real medicine," one main issue is taking medicine over Shabbat - and not deferring doing so, even when we're so concerned about Sha…
 
A person who is I'll and might need food on Yom Kippur is fed according to the recommendations of experts. But if the person who sick contradicts the doctors, we trust the sick person more even than the doctors. Unless the more lenient position comes from the doctor - what if a sick person doesn't realize the degree of illness.. so then the experts…
 
Children are not supposed to fast, but we help them learn to fast and train them in it a couple of years before they reach the age of bar/bat mitzvah. Is that training a requirement? Does it mean the kids must fast in preparation, or are they easing into fasting by eating later than usual. Also, a pregnant woman who has a strong craving - you can f…
 
Camels are very sensitive creatures, yet can seem aloof in their demeanour, given this they are susceptible to experience trauma easily, especially if you don’t know how a camel thinks and how to handle them in a way that they understand, in this episode we’re talking all about the Signs of a Traumatised Camel and how you can manage them & help the…
 
Can one measure that would violate Yom Kippur be combined from food and drink? The claim is no, and that is not disputed, apparently. R. Yehoshua says that if two different items are identical in volume and also in the type of impurity, they can combine for the sake of impurity - but only if both factors of sameness are in place. Also, the new mish…
 
This episode I get to speak with IndyCar Driver Graham Rahal. I’m sure you recognize the name. He is the son of Legendary indy racer Bobby Rahal. Graham is here on the show to talk racing but also and almost more importantly to talk tires as this is National Tire Safety Week (June 28 - July 4). Also, The TSA is warning people not to behave badly or…
 
More on the measurements. First, the classic olive: k'zayit. Note that the measurements are presented as Halakhah le-Moshe mi-Sinai. They are not the subject of dispute. What does come to the fore is a question of how we know that these undisputed measurements are the measurements. Plus, determining the liquid measure of one's cheekful. Also, the e…
 
On the "large date," which is thr amount of food it would take to violate eating on Yom Kippur. R. Pappa asks whether the large date measure includes the pit or not. R. Ashi compares it to a discussion about a barley grain, with or without it's husk, but that comparison is dismissed. Plus why additional measure, why not just the measure of en egg? …
 
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