He's copped his fair share of criciticism since his jump to the main game, but Jack Smith from Brad Jones Racing joined us for a very open and honest chat. The 2017 V8 Touring Cars Champion, and 2019 NZ V8s Champion made his debut on The Driver's Seat and didn't shy away from answering the tough questions!
#148 with Jack Smith - How r/WallStreetBets is Beating Wall Street, Taboola's Billion-dollar Payday, and How Grayscale is Printing Money
My First Million
Shaan Puri (@ShaanVP), Sam Parr (@theSamParr), and Jack Smith (@_jacksmith) discuss: - Balaji Srinivasan on why people will have to hide their real identities in the future - How Silkroad was actually a well-run company while co-workers remained anonymous (American Kingpin) - The crazy story of the founder of Silkroad ordering killings on his co-workers - Taboola's billion-dollar payday - Clubhouse just raised at $1B -- but are its best days behind it? - How Wall Street Bets is beating Wall Street - How Grayscale is printing money with GBTC - Why a VC firm (Andreessen Horowitz) is entering the media game Today's episode is brought to you by FOCUSAID. It’s the #1 and first nootropic drink in America that’s sold over 100m cans. For 30% off your first order, go to DrinkFocusAid.com. Check it out! Have you joined our private FB group yet? It's a page where people share each others million dollar ideas or what they're already working on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourfirstmillion. Editing thanks to Jonathan Gallegos (@jjonthan) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ruta 61 - Blues de Smiling Jack Smith a Monica Dupont - 25/01/21
Playlist: Snatch It Back and Hold It – Junior Wells; We the People – Smiling Jack Smith; Another Year Gone, Southbound Train – Smiling Jack Smith & The New Panama Limited; Never Been To Memphis – Lee Wolfe, feat. Maraya Zydeco; Illinois Blues – Mr. Shingles; Wherever I Go – Steve Jordan; Little Suzie – Richard Ray Farrell; How Ya Doin', Wade In The Water – Jane Lee Hooker; I Love The Life I Live, Fattening Frogs For Snakes – James "Blood" Ulmer; Your Love, Is It Too Late – Patty Reese; Mr. Cool – Monica Dupont. Escuchar audio
Football previews + MSHSL updates + Jack Smith project
SC Times Sports Report Podcast
St. Cloud Times sports reporters Brian Mozey and Zach Dwyer preview the upcoming football season for the local area. They also talk about the newest updates from the Minnesota State High School League and go in-depth on the latest project revolving around Cathedral graduate Jack Smith. 2:00 - Football previews 26:50 - Minnesota State High School League updates 40:30 - Jack Smith project See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Podcast 38: Whispering Jack Smith to Effie Atherton.
Forgotten songs from the broom cupboard
All records, apart from one, are from the Booth family collection. That one is Alma Cogan and the jolly but macabre Lizzie Borden. Leslie Holmes sings the cautionary tale of Annie doesn't live here anymore. What a great title- I like pie, I like cake. A lovely Vocalion label from the Geoffrey Goodhart Orchestra (1926.) Goodhart only recorded for one year, so its a bit of a rarity. Next Roger Wolfe Kahn. The son of a wealthy banker family, he was a successful booking agent, musician, arranger, composer, band leader and aviator! The Midnight Minstrels perform Aren't we all. Two version of Deep Purple. Billy Ward and his Dominoes(1957) and Kay Kyser(1939). Compare and contrast. Red Ingle and his Natural Seven from 1948: Cigareets, Whuskey and Wild Wild Women and Serutan Yob. Both side are completely mad and sound strangely modern. Its a record with a chunk out of the start and a crack. Bear with it. Serutan was a laxative! Two from Whispering Jack Smith, billed as the Whispering Baritone. Lovely, subtle , soft delivery. He was very popular in the 20s and 30s but his style was probably out of fashion by the 1940s. Shame, two great song. Two comedy numbers next. Monty's Meanderings from Milton Hayes. He wrote The yellow eye of the green god. Then Fred Gibson with Buying a stamp. Effie Atherton was a relative of the donor of these records and was born in Edinburgh in 1907. She sings- My young man is ever so nice and Dennis the Menace from Venice, mid 1930s. Certainly adopts two different singing styles. Effie was in a couple of films in the 30s and starred on stage and revues. She died in London in 2005. We finish with a Balalaika flourish and Pouree is Ukrainishe Pysen- Ukraine Potpourri. Which was recorded in New Jersey USA in 1925. Variety is spice of life!
9. Jack Smith Ballingall: Gaining Perspective & The Importance of Authenticity
Where From Here
Kia ora, hello & a big welcome to Jack Smith Ballingall, who joins me as my co-host for episode 9!Jack shares his experiences over the last 4 years since leaving high school in Hawkes Bay. We discuss the lessons he has learned from his time in Wellington, self-awareness, gaining perspectives, and the importance of being authentic and embracing you for you. We hit the record button at the beginning of our conversation which means you get to jump straight in to listen.A little pre-warning that there is some rough audio - just a perk of connecting over the internet, but none the less, I am sure you will enjoy our conversation.To see more from Jack, you can find him @jsbeeee on Instagram and Tikanga Promotions on Facebook.If you would like to support the show, you can do so by hitting 'subscribe' on Apple Podcasts, 'follow' on Spotify, and while you're at it, feel free to leave a review and share it with your friends! I will love you forever in return.To keep up with all things Where From Here, head to @_wherefromhere on Instagram, and as for me, I will be at @samanthaehickey navigating my own way through the good, bad, and ugly sides of life - whooo!