Joe Hill joins the crew as we discus our rocketry projects, high power, rocketry music, and more!Joe enjoys makin' music too!Joe Hill: Ready for launch!CG and Joe discus the construction of CG's new avionics bay for Ares. The picture below shows the antenna (on the right), and the kevlar extension that keeps the metal bits away from the telemetry transmission antenna...A picture of Ares' new avionics and telemetry module under construction. The antenna is to the right.
Joe Hill is from the Seneca Nation. He traveled to northern Minnesota to a Water Protectors camp north of Palisade, to protest an oil pipeline that will cross the Mississippi River and many others. He spent the winter there living in a yurt and said he had come to support an Indigenous women-led movement, to live simply, and to exercise his obligations under the Great Law of Peace.We talked about how his people had lived as a matriarchal society, the reasons he had come to Minnesota and the lessons he had learned from his time along the Mississippi River.
The Score: Cinch USTRC NFTR Day 2 with Bobby Joe Hill and Joseph Harrison
The Score from The Team Roping Journal
Day two of the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII is said and done. In this episode, brought to you by RidePass, we cover who won the Resistol #14.5 Shootout, the #13.5 Shootout and the YETI Jr. Open. Plus, we have a special segment from the US Finals with Resistol Endorsee Joseph Harrison and his partner Bobby Joe Hill, which we recorded after they tied to win the #16.5 Shootout. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Saving the planet with pizza, an interview with Joe Hill of One Planet Pizza and what counts as activism.
Be Loud: Climate
This week on the Be Loud: Climate podcast, we spoke with Joe Hill of One Planet Pizza. If this name sounds familiar to you, you may have seen their product in your weekly Ocado shop. Joe is one half of the father-son duo on a mission to save the world one slice of pizza at a time. Saving the planet with pizza? Now that’s activism we can all get behind. Keran and Rux also debate the term activism, what it means and what counts as activism.
NOS4A2 On this episode we are joined by Joe Hill .Joe Hill, is an American writer. His work includes the novels Heart-Shaped Box, Horns, NOS4A2, and The Fireman; the short story collections 20th Century Ghosts and Strange Weather; and the comic book series Locke & Key.Please support the Mark and Me Podcast here https://www.patreon.com/Markandme
Joe Hill was born with the name Joseph King: he’s the son of legendary author Stephen King. But Joe writes under the last name “Hill” out of a desire to succeed on his own merits. Now he’s recognized as one of today’s best horror writers. Hill is a New York Times #1 best-selling author whose novels include NOS4A2, Horns, Heart-Shaped Box and The Fireman. His latest book is Strange Weather, which is made up of four short novels. Joe talks this hour with fellow author (and native Michigander) Loren Estleman, who is best known for a series of crime novels featuring the investigator Amos Walker. Joe started off talking about and reading from one of the stories from Strange Weather. This event took place at the City Opera House in downtown Traverse City in October 2018.
What a load of junk... with One Planet Pizza's, Joe Hill
Two V's & A Pod
This week, Issy and Ben are discussing all things 'vegan junk food'. From their favourite fast food spots to the best vegan hangover cures, this episode certainly has what it takes to make you water at the mouth. They're also joined by Joe Hill, the co-founder of plant-based Pizza company One Planet Pizza to discuss his pizza's and the journey he's been on since 2014! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bobby Joe Hill and his crew at Hill Rodeo Cattle cross somewhere between 2,000 and 3,000 Corriente cattle from Mexico each year, and of those, only 60 (45 in three pens plus 15 extras) are making the trip to this year's Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Arlington, Texas.Bobby Joe has had a wild ride in 2020, just like most of the roping producers and cattle contractors in the business. He was on the line for roping steers for the Ariat World Series of Team Roping's Finale. That finale has been rescheduled to 2021, so he has a bunch of great, fresh steers heading to these Mega Qualifier events in Wickenburg, Arizona, in San Antonio, Texas, and Decatur, Texas. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.