S5E253 Final Cast- Topwater Smallmouth W/ Justin Marshall
Paddle N' Fin
This week Brad and Matt welcome back Justin Marshall to talk about the best topwater lures for river smallmouth bass! They cover everything from poppers to spooks to ploppers to buzzbaits and more. This show is packed full of baits the guys have had much success on while on the river so sit back and enjoy! https://megabassusa.com/product/popmax/ https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Heddon_Zara_Spook_Walking_Bait/descpage-HZS.html https://www.strikeking.com/en/shop/wire-baits/18bm https://www.river2seausa.com/product/whopper-plopper-110-75/ https://www.lobinalures.com/ricos Www.Instagram.com/jmarshfishing Dale Hollow Lodging- www.eastport.info Fantasy Kayak League- www.paddlenfin.com/fantasy Waypoint TV- https://waypointtv.com Patreon-https://www.patreon.com/paddlenfin Podcast & Website- www.paddlenfin.com YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/paddlenfin Email- firstname.lastname@example.org Social Media- @paddlenfin Yak Gadget- www.yakgadget.com Pelican Professional- www.pelican.com Rocktown paddlesports - rocktownadventures.com JigMasters Jigs- https://jigmasters.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on the pod, Jeff Wilson is joined by Justin Marshall to talk all things Crusaders, and with good depth at the halfback position this year, who is going to join Aaron Smith to be named in the All Blacks to face Ireland?
Sean Maloney and Andrew Mehrtens are joined by Justin Marshall from the Stan Sport Sofa at AAMI Park after Super Round. The Kiwi duo discuss the old days at the Crusaders, All Blacks and on tour as well as a review of the Super Round, including Super W.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We been moving around the country but of course we haven’t forgot where home is! We jumping back in the boro, Queens that is, and tapping in with another basketball lifer! This tremendous hooper spent his high school basketball career playing at the storied Christ the King High School in Queens, NY! His senior season he helped lead that squad to the CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens and New York State championships! After a stellar high school career he went on to be one of the most versatile players to play 4 years at Iona College! Graduating from Iona, he went on to take his talents overseas playing in Austria, Luxembourg, and Portugal! Currently he owns and operates JM Basketball which is an elite training program for adults and youth! Tap in with us as we chop it up with a true hooper, Mr. Justin Marshall.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
(S4. E20.) Interviewing My #1 Critic, Justin Marshall, And What It's Like To Be A Liberal
The Josh Forti Effect
It is no secret that I am a very outspoken and opinionated person. I have strong opinions and I am not afraid to state them.However, I always try to remain open to people that disagree with me IF they can back up their opinions.Justin Marshall is probably my #1 critic, and someone who often criticizes my points of view. Many people in my audience know him as "the troll."In today's episode I sit down with Justin to hear his point of view, and to better understand why he has a problem with my view point.------------Want to learn how to think?Get a FREE copy of my Mindshift Playbook: www.thinkdifferenttheory.com/playbookIf you haven't joined the Facebook Group yet, make sure you do that! www.facebook.com/groups/thinkdifferenttheory/FREE RESOURCES:FREE MINDSET GUIDE: www.thinkdifferenttheory.com/playbookFREE SALES GUIDE: www.salesandmindset.com/freesalesguideFOLLOW JOSH:Facebook: www.facebook.com/thinkdifferenttheoryInstagram: www.instagram.com/joshforti
S1E14 A Tool for a Pluralistic World w/ Justin Marshall
Damn the Absolute!
Coming to some semblance of consensus opinion is a paramount challenge in a pluralistic world. We disagree on what constitutes truth and how we ought to obtain it, whether our undertaking be moral, scientific, or political. It has been a common practice in Western philosophy to focus on uncovering an accurate reflection of reality, in hopes that by showing others these true representations of the world, we can bring our community members into agreement. This view holds that if we can clearly present objective truth, we can create meaningful consensus en route to fostering a more peaceful and thriving existence for humanity. In reality, people disagree—oftentimes vehemently, and even violently—on what counts as evidence and which methods for discovering truth are most convincing. We pit our chosen experts against one another. Your preferred philosopher or politician may persuade you and your circle of friends, but what do we do when others are unmoved by what seems, to us, to be so obviously true? Jeffrey Howard speaks with Justin Marshall, a pragmatist philosopher with a graduate degree from George Mason University. He argues that better understanding how our beliefs are formed can help us to navigate the ways in which truth and divergent viewpoints continually perplex liberal democracies and pluralistic societies. Drawing inspiration from thinkers like William James, Charles Sanders Peirce, and Richard Rorty, he explains the roles personal temperament, experiences, language, and culture play in shaping truth. He challenges us to practice more intellectual humility and to reconsider the idea that we can know whether our ideas actually hook up to reality in any meaningful or certain way. To what degree are our beliefs reflections of our temperaments rather than reflections of objective reality? How might it benefit us to view language as a tool for helping us to better cope with reality rather than as a one-to-one representation of the world? If our notions of truth are contingent upon our particular cultures, personal histories, or demographic backgrounds, how do we avoid the trap of philosophical relativism? And, what social and political solutions can philosophical pragmatism offer us in a pluralistic world? Show Notes “The Fixation of Belief” by Charles Sanders Peirce (1877) Pragmatism: A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking by William James (1907) “Human Rights, Rationality, and Sentimentality” by Richard Rorty (1998) “What Is It Like to Be a Bat?” by Thomas Nagel (1974) The Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant (1781) Overdoing Democracy by Robert Talisse (2019) Pragmatism, Postmodernism, and the Future of Philosophy by John Stuhr (2003) S1E07 Charles Sanders Peirce and Inquiry as an Act of Love w/ David O’Hara (2021) S1E01 Richard Rorty and Achieving Our Country w/ Adrian Rutt (2020)