Justin Martin & His Wife Get a NEW Ultrasound Surprise!
Duck Call Room
Uncle Si breaks the shocking news that Martin and Brittany got about their babies after her latest ultrasound. Brittany joins the boys as a long-awaited guest to talk about her dramatic trips to the OB-GYN, how she terrified Martin with a text, what it's like to do a remodel while pregnant, and what Martin makes for her every morning. John-David is so excited he invites himself to their next ultrasound. And the boys offer advice to anyone who gets frustrated by home repairs and renovations. Stay tuned for a bonus segment with Jase, Jep, and Murry about the treasure hunting they did for their new Fox Nation show, "Duck Family Treasure." Exclusive! Grab the NordVPN deal ➼ https://nordvpn.com/DUCK Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! https://www.stamps.com — Get a 4-week free trial + free postage + a digital scale with promo code DUCKhttps://helixsleep.com/duck — Get up to $200 off all mattress orders AND 2 free pillows!https://OmegaXL.com/DUCK — Buy one bottle and get the second bottle FREE!- Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thanks, Failure! with Justin Martin & David Brown -- DT122
Dirt Talk by BuildWitt
Sometimes, things just work out. That's how Justin Martin (CEO of Nox Group Companies, which is the umbrella corp over Corbins, among other companies) & David Brown (President of D. Brown Management) ended up on Dirt Talk. It all started with Aaron telling the Dirt Talk crew that Justin happened to be coming to town, and would be a great Dirt Talk guest. And then Justin showed up at the office to record and he'd brought David along. After a few minutes of small talk, Aaron asks David, "Can you talk?" ... and thus, we've got Justin and David on the pod!This week on Dirt Talk, host Aaron Witt is joined by Justin Martin and David Brown. They talk about the importance of team values, making space and opportunities for your people to be together, and how failure can sometimes be the best teacher.Don't forget you can watch or listen to Dirt Talk on the BuildWitt app! You can learn more about it at buildwitt.com/buildwitt-app.To connect with other people who listen to this show, use and search for the hashtag #betterdirtworld and join in on the conversation.If you have questions/comments/concerns, reach out to DirtTalk@buildwitt.com.Stay Dirty!
The pickup truck is the symbol of rural conservative masculinity. So, it often takes centre stage in the tired culture wars between reactionary neo-populists and liberal moralists. Like today, with Canada’s right crudely embracing the truck–and tweeting furiously about those ‘Laurentian elites,‘ and ‘Toronto columnists‘ who thumb their nose at it. But, if you really want to piss off the libs: don’t just post about it. Why not hang some big veiny nuts from your truck? Today on the show, we talk about the political history of trucks and trucking. Matt Christman (@9:23) of Chapo Trap House tells us why conservatives love their trucks, why we love to hate them, and wonders how we might break out of these tired patterns. What does the world look like when you see it through a windshield (@26:15)? Chase Barber is a logging trucker in BC, and viral Tik Toker posting about all things transport and green energy. Plus, Justin Martin of Freight Waves breaks down the state of the trucking industry. Then, Shane Hamilton (@33:26) argues that you can understand a lot about about modern political economy through the history of trucking. He is author of Trucking Country: the Road to America’s Wal-Mart Economy, which covers the history of long-haul trucking–from its heyday in the 1960s and 1970s, to the exploitative debt peonage of today. Finally (@57:35), nobody is happy with the state of our roads and highways. But Gabrielle Esperdy tell us, at one point, it looked like it might become a utopia–an autopia. Today, EVs offer us the promise of a new green autopia. Esperdy is author of American Autopia: An Intellectual History of the American Roadside at Midcentury. ——————FURTHER READING, LISTENING, & WATCHING————————- Everything you wanted to know about truck nuts, but you were too afraid to ask: Vice’s article on the the truck nuts war, Above the Law’s discussion on the constitutionality of truck nuts, and Slate’s investigation that reveals truck nuts consumers aren’t who you think they are. What to make of that ‘freedom convoy?’ Listen to Matt Christman’s extended discussion on the Bottlemen, which also covers some of this 70s trucking culture. Plus, Tanner Mirrlees’ article on the toxic rightwing petro-populism of the convoy. There are some great trucking movies we talk about in this episode. Some, less great. Check out the imitable Humphrey Bogart in the classic They Drive by Night (1940). In the 1970s, things got a bit politically weirder: Smokey and the Bandit (1977), and most of all, Convoy (1978), typify the era. ——————-SUPPORT THE SHOW————————- We need your support. If you like what you hear, chip in. You can find us on patreon.com/dartsandletters. Patreon subscribers usually get the episode a day early, and sometimes will also receive bonus content. Don’t have the money to chip in this week? Not to fear, you can help in other ways. For one: subscribe, rate, and review our podcast. It helps other people find our work. —————————-CONTACT US————————- To stay up to date, follow us on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. If you’d like to write to us, email firstname.lastname@example.org. —————————-CREDITS—————————- Darts and Letters is hosted and edited by Gordon Katic. The lead producer is Jay Cockburn. Our managing producer is Marc Apollonio. Our theme song and music was created by Mike Barber, our graphic design was created by Dakota Koop, and we have marketing and video editing from Ian Sowden. This is a production of Cited Media. This episode received support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. It is part of a series of episodes on the politics of technology and techno-utopian thinking. We had research advising from Professor Tanner Mirrlees at Ontario Tech University and Professor Imre Szeman at the University of Waterloo. Darts and Letters is produced in Toronto, which is on the traditional land of Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat Peoples.
PJ Reilly talks with Justin Martin who has been shooting professionally for nine years and just made his first shootdown in the Open Pro division at Camp Minden. We talked with Martin about that experience, how it will motivate him going forward and about how he got started in competitive archery as a bowhunter from Ohio.
Uncle Si's mind is blown when Martin reveals that he and his wife have TWO babies on the way. Martin is terrified, ecstatic, and looking to Godwin for dad joke training, and John-David is already lining up babysitters. Si reminisces about the first time his wife found out she was pregnant. And the boys offer up advice to a dad who's torn between working and going to church on Sundays.https://novo.co/duck — Sign up for free business checking right now & get access to $5,000 in perks and discounts!https://athleticgreens.com/duck — Get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D & 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase!- Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Conversations and Meditations with Justin Martin and special guest Nichole Hamilton
Conversations and Meditations
This is the second episode of Conversations and Meditations featuring special guest, Nichole Hamilton. Nichole is a skilled and dedicated facilitator and community builder who offers a variety of events at Riverdell Spiritual Centre. During the conversation, we discover Nichole's passion for helping others to develop techniques for self-empowerment, with a specific focus on children and young adults. Drawing on her personal experience, she has developed a program that she is now sharing at Riverdell with a view to launching it nationally. I hope you enjoy listening to this conversation as much as I enjoyed recording it. With Loving-Kindness, Justin
In this special bonus episode we talk with Creative and Art Director, Justin Martin, about some of his experiences designing and working on themed entertainment and theme park attractions.Named Blooloop's Top 50 Theme Park Influencer of 2021, Justin has worked on projects for Universal Creative, Thinkwell, and Meow Wolf, and he is sharing some of his expertise with us! This episode originally appeared as part of our Patreon podcast series.Related Links:Justin's Portfolio: http://justinmartindesign.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/Justin_Martin23Instagram: http://instagram.com/justinmartindesignAlicia Twitter: https://twitter.com/AliciaStellaIan Twitter: https://twitter.com/CTFreakshowSubscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThemeParkStopSupport on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ThemeParkStopFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ThemeParkStop/Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/a9CZh2t
Michael sits down with Duck Commander Justin Martin to talk faith, family, and ducks. Martin talks about the fame that came from the popular series Duck Dynasty, and how they never wavered from their beliefs.
138: Family Roles & Inner Child Healing - with Justin Martin, Registered Mental Health Intern
Trust & Thrive
Justin Martin is a Registered Mental Health Intern in Orlando, Florida. He practices from a model of Internal Family Systems and works with individuals and couples. In Justin's words: "I have a part of me that loves to write and create. This part expresses itself through poetry, short stories, speech, and spoken word. I also love music and movies and think it can be so powerful in accessing my parts. I’ve grown to love these parts of me by going to therapy myself and continuing to be curious and compassionate as I experience life. As a therapist, I try to embody these qualities as I walk with my clients towards them finding inner peace." In this episode, we discuss family roles, coping mechanisms we may have developed in childhood, how children adapt to their environments, healing and facing our emotions, and more. FOLLOW JUSTIN: INSTA: @partsofmetherapy WEBSITE: www.partsofmetherapy.com STAY CONNECTED: INSTA: @trustandthrive TIKOK:@trustandthrive TWITTER: @trustandthrive FACEBOOK: bit.ly/FBtaramont WEBSITE: www.tara-mont.comEMAIL: email@example.com