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Best Micah Johnson podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Micah Johnson podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Becoming a parent is life changing. Creating your family through adoption can add additional twists and turns to your journey. On “Adoption Unscripted,” we create a safe place for families on that journey to unpack all they’ve encountered along the way. We have real life conversations with parents, adoptees, first families and industry professionals who bring the amazing experience of adoption to life. We create real life strategies when parents get stuck, unravel myths, inform parents of th ...
 
Edited by bestselling anthologist John Joseph Adams, LIGHTSPEED is a Hugo Award-winning, critically-acclaimed digital magazine. In its pages, you'll find science fiction from near-future stories and sociological SF to far-future, star-spanning SF. Plus there's fantasy from epic sword-and-sorcery and contemporary urban tales to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folk tales. Each month, LIGHTSPEED brings you a mix of originals and reprints featuring a variety of authors, from the bestseller ...
 
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Every child knows the story of how King Adhamrya, Son of Suns, slew a demon to win the heart and hand of Schyan, the goddess of love and desire. But the story of what happened afterwards is not as commonly known. In this entry I will present to you the full account of that sad tale, for I believe it is one worth remembering. —Excerpt from A History…
 
Micah Rice, former National Events VP at USA Cycling and current VP at Sports Strategies and director of the 4 day Pikes Peak Apex MTB race, joins us for a wide ranging conversation that covers the 2013 Cyclocross World Championships, a slew of CXNATS memories, and some really good advice and strategies for race organizers. Cyclocross Radio is part…
 
Gorman was on foot, crossing a frozen continent. It was not Antarctica. That was light years away, and so over. Nobody went there anymore. This continent he had chosen for his latest adventure was bigger, broader, colder, deadlier, nastier. It was not fun. Every step was an occasion for regret. He was probably going to die. He was glad he came. | C…
 
Nora is a serial becomer. She has become many things in her life, though rarely on purpose. The first time, it just sort of happened. The second time, it was a coincidence. Now, it is a habit she cannot seem to break. In the past, she has become a rock climber and a scuba diver, a beekeeper and a gardener and a mechanic specializing in European car…
 
The Blue Marble is shrinking; as Orion II lifts off, ripping from the grasping tentacles of Earth’s gravity, the world gets smaller, smaller, a blot on the cosmic sheet of infinite blackness, which closes in like a camera iris in a classic film’s final shot. Picture the planet’s surface, where the wonders of the old world buckle at the top of the h…
 
On episode 179 of Cyclocross Radio, Becca Fahringer gets into the pit and gives us the inside scoop on racing in Europe, Worlds, Betsema and world-wide cyclocross celebrity. She also wades into tape-gate and then solves North American Cyclocross. Follow Becca on Twitter at @gofahr. Follow Micheal on Twitter at @landsoftly Instagram at @yeahyouride …
 
Leslie Anne Moore had known Hardy Devine since second grade, when he had bloodied her nose in a game of dodgeball and then the other boys caught him crying about it and beat him pissy. By the end of the school year, Hardy had picked a fight with each one of those boys individually and found more satisfactory results. He didn’t look Leslie-Anne squa…
 
Scot Herrmann returns to share his final five things that had him excited about the 2019-2020 cyclocross season. As a special bonus, he also gives us his season end superlatives. Follow Scot on Twitter at @scotherrmann. Cyclocross Radio is part of the Wide Angle Podium network and it's our donor drive! Please consider becoming a member. Go to www.w…
 
Since the discovery of the Eighth continent, your Tour Guide writers have received many letters from travelers and concerned individuals. We have heard, for instance, from the embattled New Zealand geologists who have long attempted to gain traction for their theory of the unrecognized continent of Zealandia. These hardworking scientists argue that…
 
Zach, Micheal and Bill enter the pit and get into the weeds with the latest amendments to the UCI cyclocross rules and the living document that is the UCI calendar. We also talk a bit about Lille. Follow Micheal on Instagram at @yeahyouride Follow Zach on Twitter at @theshoestar. Cyclocross Radio is part of the Wide Angle Podium network and it's ou…
 
Sure, I know István Horvath. We met about a year before Eva died. That’s my wife, Eva. You knew that? Yeah, I figured you were pretty thorough. It was the year of the blizzard, when snow covered the cars parked on the streets and even the Post Office shut down. I didn’t have to go to work for a week. So one night, I think it was Thursday, Eva says,…
 
Zach and Bill enter the pit to break down the recent 2020 Cyclocross World Championships, which took place in Dubendorf, Switzerland. Micheal was out on assignment this week, but will be back for the next one. You can follow the Media Pit members here: Follow Micheal on Instagram at @yeahyouride Follow Zach on Twitter at @theshoestar. Cyclocross Ra…
 
Ten months after the ark first floated, and forty days after its keel snagged on a drowned mountain peak, Noah released a raven to look for land. Her name was ungraspable by humans, but might be translated as Bessary, plus a term ravens used for the taste of three-day-dead goat when the temperatures have stayed just above freezing, plus a color at …
 
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