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Our podcast presents original content on financial independence, personal finance, retirement (traditional and early) and the non-financial side of retirement. Oh yeah, and craft beer too. I create content that is experience based. I don’t want to tell you what you should do. I simply share what I did, what my wife did, and what our guests did. I’m motivated by a belief that we learn by sharing each others’ stories, experiences and perspectives.
 
Hopalong Cassidy rode the radio air waves from 1950 to 1952. His popularity grew and grew, every time his show was heard. These radio shows, together with his movies and television shows helped make him one of the all-time most popular heroes of western fiction and cinema. His popularity continues to grow each year, as generations new and old delight in the classic tales of this American hero.
 
Three mates, hoppy beverages and endless banter. An Australian based craft beer podcast that covers the latest news of the craft beer world, discussing the latest trends in brewing, big questions and occasional special guests all whilst drinking beers in our episodic themed bottle share.
 
The Wine Enthusiast Podcast takes you on a tantalizing trip into the world of wine, beer and spirits. Drink up engaging, behind-the-scenes stories reported and recorded by Wine Enthusiast’s editors. In each episode, we explore emerging trends, provide educational tidbits, and introduce you to the passionate people who craft, shake, ferment, and pour their beverage of choice. Inside every bottle is a story.
 
Hopalong Cassidy A western that was greater than The Roy Rogers Show or Gene Autry’s Melody Ranch. Hoppy was a hero to one and all. He and his sidekick, California Carlson, roamed the Southwest in thrilling stories week after week. Almost every tale had a little mystery in it, and almost every story ended with Hoppy’s boisterous laugh. Clarence Mulford, the author of the Hopalong Cassidy stores, created a hard-fisted, rough and tough cowboy, nowhere near or like the lovable Hoppy of the movi ...
 
In this popular digital marketing podcast, marketers, authors, and craft beer enthusiasts Sam Fiorella and Danny Brown enjoy a hoppy discussion about all things digital over a cheeky pint – or two. Topics on the menu include influence marketing, social media, brand advocacy, and a taste testing of real world digital marketing campaigns (some are smooth, others don’t sit so well). Don’t forget to stick around for last call, where the boys will serve you up one final marketing takeaway that yo ...
 
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So what did we learn from West Virginia's 38-17 victory over Kansas? That's the question the "Three Guys" pull apart on their latest episode. West Virginia's defense has ascended to number one nationally, the running game is morphing into a legitimate strength. However, there's still much work to be done. Brad Howe reveals this week's Pro Football …
 
(NSFW) In this weeks Road Sodas episode, The Hoppy Craftsmen go over Phoenix New Time's Best of 2020. A few of the places we love made the list, and was pumped to see them get some recognition. Next, Instagram keeps promoting some strange investment opportunity, the guys dig deeper into what that is. For once Ed and Chris are fan boy'n out to some …
 
Synthetic biology is like a reality-altering version of Minecraft. Rather than digital blocks, synthetic biology rejiggers the basic building blocks of life—DNA, proteins, biochemical circuits—to rewire living organisms or even build entirely new ones. In theory, the sky’s the limit on rewriting life: lab-grown meat that tastes like the real thing …
 
Question? What do you get when you take a pussy poppin' hit single from 2 of the baddest females in the music biz, a hoppy beer for taste testing and a couple of #BOTW contestants? You guest it, another ground breaking soul shakin' episode of The Sucka Free Podcast with your favorite duo Caps and Millmatic! Sit back and enjoy this very entertaining…
 
When it comes to Beer merchandise... Hoppy Beer Hoppy Life is the standard. So lets take a look at the man behind the brand, Fede Saviñon. Always thought he was a cool guy before we chatted, but now I KNOW he is. www.EmoBrown.com The place for merch, episodes and joining The Emo Brown Social Club (Patreon) Don't forget to follow us on Instagram & T…
 
Machine learning is taking medical diagnosis by storm. From eye disease, breast and other cancers, to more amorphous neurological disorders, AI is routinely matching physician performance, if not beating them outright. Yet how much can we take those results at face value? When it comes to life and death decisions, when can we put our full trust in …
 
Superconductivity could be the key to groundbreaking new technologies in energy, computing, and transportation, but so far it only occurs in materials chilled close to absolute zero. Now researchers have created the first ever room–temperature superconductor. As a current passes through a conductor it experiences resistance, which saps away useful …
 
One of my favorite jefes in the San Diego Beer Industry... Paul Segura. Highly decorated. Highly respected. Tall and bald. I consider him a friend, a mentor and an older brother. This was a fun one!!! Enjoy, familia. Want to find out how to support Emo Brown: The Saddest Mexican Podcast?!? Visit us at www.EmoBrown.com Join our Patreon and be part o…
 
When did something like us first appear on the planet? It turns out there’s remarkably little agreement on this question. Fossils and DNA suggest people looking like us, anatomically modern Homo sapiens, evolved around 300,000 years ago. Surprisingly, archaeology—tools, artifacts, cave art—suggest that complex technology and cultures, “behavioral m…
 
If you’ve seen the movie The Martian, you no doubt remember the rescue scene, in which (spoiler alert!) Matt Damon launches himself off Mars in a stripped-down rocket in hopes of his carefully-calculated trajectory taking him just close enough to his crew for them to pluck him from the void of outer space and bring him safely home to Earth. There’s…
 
West Virginia resumes play Saturday as a heavy favorite over the visiting Kansas Jayhawks. While being favored is nice, Mountaineer coach Neal Brown knows there are many areas his team needs to improve upon. Brad Howe, Hoppy Kercheval and Tony Caridi breakdown the game and give their insight about what's most important besides earning the victory. …
 
With Episode 50 Behind us we look forward to the future! Ahab in quarantine leaves Pappy and Juice Wolf to discuss the latest beer news, a local brewery shout out to Slow Lane Brewing, the return (with a fresh new jingle) of Brew or False and the boys break down our next guests and episodes in the works! If you’re listening on Apple Podcasts, pleas…
 
From small batch to large scale, there’s serious skill required to consistently distill quality spirits of any category, so what truly is the difference between craft and commercial? Associate Managing Editor of Print Layla Schlack speaks with industry insiders Elizabeth McCall, Samara B. Davis and Tim Wiggins to get the lowdown.…
 
If I had to place money on a neurotech that will win the Nobel Prize, it’s optogenetics. The technology uses light of different frequencies to control the brain. It’s a brilliant mind-meld of basic neurobiology and engineering that hijacks the mechanism behind how neurons naturally activate—or are silenced—in the brain. Thanks to optogenetics, in j…
 
In December 2019, our dearest friend, Duane Bugg was diagnosed with Stage IV Colon Cancer... This came as a complete shock to him, his family and friends. At 34, Duane Bugg is facing the battle of his life. I wanted to have my dood on, to share his journey so far... At the same time I wanted to promote his GoFundMe Page. As you can imagine, this co…
 
It's time to say goodbye to byes for the Mountaineer football team. WVU has had two byes over the last five weeks. On Saturday they'll begin a stretch of five games in five weeks. The "Guys", minus Hoppy, look ahead to how COVID-19 may impact Saturday's game against Kansas and review a very memorable weekend in the Big 12. How else do you describe …
 
Exploiting the resources of outer space might be key to the future expansion of the human species. But researchers argue that the US is trying to skew the game in its favor, with potentially disastrous consequences. The enormous cost of lifting material into space means that any serious effort to colonize the solar system will require us to rely on…
 
A few years ago, I saw a guy in a jet suit take off in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. The roar was deafening, the smell of fuel overwhelming. Over the span of a few minutes, he hovered above the ground and moved about a bit. The jet suit’s inventor, Richard Browning, had left a career in the energy industry and a stint in the Royal Marines, to g…
 
From Fedex driver to keg washer to award winning Master Brewer... the homie sits atop amongst the best in the industry. And still; the most humblest and hard working brewers I've ever met. Our mentor, friend and homie, Ryan Brooks. Take a break and listen and learn about his journey from putting Coronado Brewing on the map to creating his own compa…
 
Sure, two bye weeks in the first three games of the season is odd, but so are the three "Guys" before the game. Brad Howe, Hoppy Kercheval and Tony Caridi cover a myriad of questions surrounding WVU football and basketball, along with the Big 12 Conference. Don't ask how, but there's also an appearance by a leaf blower. You'll have to listen. The c…
 
Though the world’s population is no longer predicted to grow as much as we thought by the end of this century, there are still going to be a lot more people on Earth in 30, 50, and 80 years than there are now. And those people are going to need healthy food that comes from a sustainable source. Technologies like cultured meat and fish, vertical far…
 
Sometimes you meet someone who you feel as if you've known forevers... thats Justin Lipford. A program director at the YMCA, an artist, a social worker who gives his all to his cause... Hood Heroes. A community Leader. Sit back, relax and get to know my bud, Justin. Want to be part of a cause?! Contribute towards a solution?! Get in contact with th…
 
Black holes are perhaps the most mysterious objects in nature. They warp space and time in extreme ways and contain a mathematical impossibility, a singularity—an infinitely hot and dense object within. But if black holes exist and are truly black, how exactly would we ever be able to make an observation? Robert Penrose is a theoretical physicist w…
 
Hey Everyone! This episode is two parts, first a little catch up on the podcast, sorry it has been a while. And then second, an excerpt from a podcast I was on called, It Starts with Beer hosted by Will Siss. It was such a fun time being on his podcast and I really want to you check out the full episode and subscribe to podcast as well, see links b…
 
How do you bag a Bear? Don't feed it. West Virginia's football team defeated Baylor on Saturday by playing keep away from their biggest weapons. WVU's double overtime victory was intriguing for a number of reasons. Coach Neal Brown and staff made in-game adjustments to protect a struggling offense. The Mountaineer defense and special teams responde…
 
Nuclear fusion has gone from a scientists’ pipe dream to a technology attracting serious investment. Now one of the startups chasing this holy grail of energy production has published a series of peer-reviewed scientific papers that validate the underlying physics of their approach. For decades, the leading hope for achieving fusion power has been …
 
Are we alone in the universe? It’s a question whose answer—whether it’s yes or no—would philosophically and scientifically rock our world to the core. To find out, scientists have long been turning powerful radio telescopes to the cosmos. The theory is that, like us, other intelligent species are perhaps broadcasting radio signals with the distinct…
 
Last year I did a VR experience meant to simulate what it’s like to be at the US-Mexico border wall. The tall, foreboding wall towered above me, and as I turned from side to side there were fields of grass with some wildlife and a deceivingly harmless-looking border patrol station. I wanted to explore more, so I took a few steps toward the wall, ho…
 
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