On the second installment of our Finger Lakes Young Professional Series we welcome Editor of Syracuse Woman Magazine, Alyssa LaFaro. Alyssa, Amanda and Cassy talk about managing busy schedules, balancing work, and using social media on their jobs.
This week, we catch up with Brandon Hayes from Illinois and Shawn Pease from Washington along with Steve Bucknam in New Hampshire to talk about the IDDA, and the evolution of demolition derby as it grew along side social media.
Shawn Donath: 31:00
Danny Varin: 47:00
Tracy Hines: 60:00
We also debate track preparation practices, and if that is the root cause of slick tracks, or if the cars make the tracks that way.
We recap the Dirt Northeast Modified Hall of Fame inductions, which preceded Matt Sheppard’s win in the All Star Weekend event at Rolling Wheels Raceway. We also discuss future live dates, including Super DIRT Week, Eastern States Weekend, and the Turkey Derby at Wall Stadium.
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Unfortunately, Jarrett Andretti had a practice session on short notice, and was running at Oswego during the show. He’s booked for next Thursday.
We talk with John Keegan about the upcoming New York State Stock Car Association Hall of Fame inductions, featuring Walt Mitchell and then Oswego Speedway’s Dan Kapuscinski discusses social media and the joys of working close to home after being on the road. We also broke some news on Tucker Hibbert and his visit to the 31st lap next week.
We head into the New Year a man down in the studio on the 2nd day of 2012. A recap of the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop atop Antonina’s in Seneca Falls, Saucey Joe’s impressions of Twitter after a month on board and the world-wide search for Banana Sam as he flees the humans that confined him.
Warning: Some Explicit Content (NSFW-L)
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The Sauce Pod goes live in Episode 23 with a webcast of the recording, live from the FingerLakes1.com Stu-Stu-Studio. Discussion includes this year’s top Halloween costumes, real life Jumangi in Ohio, Saucey Joe deactivates his Facebook account, and Baye Moussa-Keita, baby. Also, a Stu’s News segment that will be a favorite of animal lovers and armadillo eaters everywhere.
This week on The Sauce, we discuss Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of top ten worst 80’s songs, facilitating change in our financial systems, our living room layouts, and the U.S. Postal Service. Also, the popularity of branded athletic apparel from the South Carolina Gamecocks, Wichita State Shockers, and Oregon State Beavers. It is high time we started putting people on notice.