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This podcast talks about Geminijets and other model airplanes like Herpa and AeroClassics Of Michael’s interest. This podcast also talks about model airports how to successfully make one and how to get the right materials, right airplanes, right gates. Please note: This podcast is only for model airplane collectors and aviation geeks if not an (aviation person) I recommend not listening to this podcast. Thank you and enjoy! Cover art photo provided by Richard Cartmell on Unsplash: https://un ...
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AIRzaehlungen

Michael Csoklich, Kurt Hofmann

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Lets talk about aviation! The new aviation podcast from two aviation experts for geeks, professionals and anyone who looks up at the sky when an airplane flies overhead. Listen in when Michael Csoklich and Kurt Hofmann talk about aviation news and new developments. Twice a month, always on location and sometimes with special guests. Don't miss an episode and stay tuned if you want to know more about the background in aviation. (Photo: ©Christian Jungwirth, Vocal: Stephan Pokorny))
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For Those About To Read & Rock... Join host Eric Senich for deep dive discussions of the greatest artists, albums, songs and moments in rock history with the authors who've written all about them and those who were there when it all happened! WEBSITE: www.BOOKEDONROCK.com
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SURVIVING HEALTHCARE

Robert Yoho, retired cosmetic surgeon

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FOR MORE about surviving healthcare, see robertyohoauthor.com and robertyoho.substack.com. LISTENING HINT: try using 1.5 to 2 x playback speed. I STARTED THIS PODCAST by reading the first half of my two books for you. These are Butchered by “Healthcare” and Hormone Secrets. In return for getting them free, please review them on Amazon! You will find the full audio, ebooks, and paperbacks on Amazon, Audible, Itunes, or many other platforms. I next sponsored guests who help me explain the heal ...
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Marisa Garcia offers airline industry insights. In the news, orders from Korean Air and Japan Air Lines, the Frontier financial incentive to retain new pilots, lower reward values for frequent flyer programs, landing a plane on the road, changing the name of an airport, and jet service for your dog. Guest Marisa Garcia is the founder, editor, and w…
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This episode’s guest is author Steven Blush. His book American Hairmetal: Can’t Get Enough has just been released. This is an expanded edition of the book originally released by Feral House in 2006. Interest in hair metal is as strong as it was over three decades ago. In the summer of 2022 Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard went out on a stadium tour with…
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Writer/musician S.W. Lauden is this episode's guest to talk about a limited-edition vinyl LP compilation and oral history book called Generation Blue. The album and book explore the Hollywood Geek Rock scene of the '90s and early 2000s, featuring key bands Nerf Herder, The Rentals, Ozma, Baby Lemonade, Psoma, and Weezer who released their triple-pl…
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Author Geoff Harkness returns to the podcast to discuss his latest book 40-Foot Lemon: The Complete Story of U2's Pop & PopMart. U2 had been on a decade-long run of hits when they released their album Pop in 1997. That included The Joshua Tree and Achtung Baby. The band’s Zoo TV tour in the early 1990s was a multimedia extravaganza that dazzled cri…
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The SouthWings volunteer pilot organization uses aircraft for environmental monitoring and survey flights. In the news, the best-selling piston aircraft in 2023, student pilot statistics, around the world in a LearJet, an additional Las Vegas airport, skipping security at airports, failure to disclose flight deck features, and a Spirit Airlines ord…
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Cam Cobb is the author of Weighted Down: The Complicated Life of Skip Spence - the biography on the legendary '60s cult musician known for his time in era-defining bands Quicksilver Messenger Service, Jefferson Airplane, and Moby Grape. While celebrated by the likes of Tom Waits, Beck, and Robert Plant, Spence's life was sadly plagued by substance …
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Author Thomas "Nordy" Nordwall opens a window to the ways of the road and the extreme lengths Grateful Dead fans will go to, just to get that miracle ticket and be at one more Grateful Dead gig! His book Tour Head: "I Was an Acid-Fueled Teenage Dead Fiend!" is a humorous, yet unflinching look at a life spent in pursuit of a musical dream. Told from…
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It’s another chapter in The Dialogue Series - A chill ‘n chat with authors, fellow podcasters, musicians, and more. Our guest is award-winning filmmaker and Amazon # bestselling author Staci Layne Wilson. Stacy has written, produced, and hosted three entertainment talk shows online: This Week In Movies, Inside Horror, and Dread Central Live. She ha…
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Picking up where Samuel Johnson left off more than two centuries ago, Ray Robertson’s Lives of the Poets (with Guitars): Thirteen Outsiders Who Changed Modern Music offers up an amplified gathering of thirteen portraits of rock & roll, blues, folk, and alt-country’s most inimitable artists. Irreverent and riotous, Robertson explores the “greater or…
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Stratolaunch’s Talon A2 hypersonic vehicle, China’s C929 widebody passenger jet, Air Force One pilfering, Gulfstream G700 certification, Spirit Airlines’ credit boost, pilot disclosure of therapy sessions, United Airlines excess pilot capacity, and Frontier Airlines’ April Fool’s Day prank. Aviation News Stratolaunch Unveils Talon-A 2, Its Fully Re…
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Since exploding on the scene in the late 1970s, Journey has inspired generations of fans with hit after hit. But hidden under this rock ‘n’ roll glory is a complex story of ambition, larger-than-life personalities, and clashes. In his new book Livin' Just to Find Emotion: Journey and the Story of American Rock, David Hamilton Golland unearths the b…
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Author Gillian G. Gaar is this episode's guest to talk about her brand-new book Springsteen @ 75. Through 75 career releases, performances, and accolades, this book covers it all including Bruce’s childhood in New Jersey and his time in early garage bands, The Castiles and Steel Mill. All 20 studio albums are covered along with a selection of his g…
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The milestone reached by Boom Supersonic with their XB-1 demonstrator and the recent leadership changes at Boeing, including the resignation of CEO Dave Calhoun. Also, the FBI contacted the passengers of Alaska Airlines Flight 1282, quality issues with Boeing MAX jets, FAA oversight of United Airlines, engine issues with Pratt & Whitney, and the fa…
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We learn about the U.S. Space Force with this week’s guest. In the news, aviation groups are unhappy with new tax proposals, a probable cause for the LATAM B787 sudden dive, results from the recent FAA production audit at Boeing, the NTSB plans a hearing on the 737-9 MAX door plug blowout, and JetBlue is getting an unfavorable response after a coup…
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It’s another chapter in The Dialogue Series - A chill ‘n chat with authors, fellow podcasters, musicians, and more. Our guests are Darin Bristow and Brent Kinnaird, the hosts of the podcast devoted to Sammy Hagar called The Bogus Otis Show: 9 Degrees of Sammy Hagar. The guys fill us in on how they got the podcast started, what’s behind that name Bo…
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The components of an airline ticket price, Boeing’s contract negotiations with the International Association of Machinists, the NTSB’s frustration with Boeing’s cooperation, American Airlines’ order of 260 planes, an Alaska Airlines flight with an open cargo door, pilots falling asleep mid-flight, an Alaska Supreme Court ruling on aircraft surveill…
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Kerri Rivera kindly returned for a second interview about chlorine dioxide and other natural medicines. She began studying natural health to save her vaccine-injured son from autism years before Kalcker or Humble appeared on the scene. This makes Kerri an OG, an Original Gangster. This phrase is a rapper complement that now means a respected or old…
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Author Greg Prato is back and this time to tell us about his brand new book World Infestation: The Ratt Story. Greg recounts Ratt's entire tale – from their beginnings as a band slugging it out on the Sunset Strip, to it's rise to fame, the breakups, the tragedy, the lawsuits that take us right up to today. This book tells the Ratt story through in…
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We talk with both the President of Scaled Composites and the VP of Flight Operations. In the news, the FAA tells Boeing to make a plan, Boeing looks at re-acquiring SpiritAerosystems, Skyryse takes deposits for a fly-by-wire helicopter, the V-22 Osprey could be returning to flight, airlines scale back pilot hiring, and the JetBlue – Spirit merger i…
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Since his brother Edward’s passing on October 6th, 2020, Alex Van Halen has remained mostly silent. Aside from brief statements to commemorate his younger brother’s birthday and his passing posted to social media, we have yet to see or hear Alex speak. Instead, he’s decided to break his silence with his autobiography Brothers due out on October 22n…
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The struggle to mandate corporate flight attendant egress training, the Bombardier Challenger jet crash in Florida, major executive changes at Boeing, Spirit AeroSystems whistleblowers, 737 Max Service Difficulty Reports, FAA’s Enhanced Air Traffic-Collegiate Training Initiative program, FAA safety recommendations for Boeing, and details on Boeing’…
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