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What's the best way to return to reality? Flashbacks. Find out more about our players backstories as they come to in their reality. Find out the outcome of their actions in Glacier City. You don't want to miss the final installment of the Glacier City Arc. We release new episodes every Wednesday morning! If you want more content from us consider supporting us on Patreon! Please provide any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, or Reach out to us on Twitter! We want to hear from you! Warp Lords is a product of Bandit Gang Entertainment, and the game is used with their permission. Buy the game, take the ride! Buy/Download Warp Lords Here Follow our Sosh-Meds! Warp Lords Podcast Tweeter: @WarpLordsPod Warp Lords Tweeter: @Warplords Warp Lords Facebook: Warp Lords Credits: GM (Nine Realms): Jared Cryan Seacil Finnigan: Mike "Danger" Vautour Fennemore Galedeep: Graham Banas Hannibal: Devin Malinowski Music: Jared Cryan Editing: Mike "Danger" Vautour Jared Cryan Devin Malinowski Art: Mike "Danger" Vautour If you like what you heard, then please spread the word. Any characters, items, animals, blob monsters, trees, instruments, bad voices, manic lawyers, power tools, pocket pickles or shitty jokes that bear resemblance to another intellectual property or otherwise non-original content are used in parody or satire or other harmless ways and are in no way related to or a depiction of another subject in or around reality. This is a silly podcast with silly people, and is not intended to be taken seriously by anyone in any way.
Welcome back to Season 8 of JOE! We've got a fun Wednesday show series for you this month - Two Truths and a Lie. We'll be focusing on dismantling different lies this month, so that you can have a Biblical mindset to be able to stand bold in your life. Today's lie, we live in a world were God is absent. Listen in as Lisa shares truth this prevalent lie in our culture today. Links: Sponsor a child with Compassion Instagram Website Jesus Over Everything Wall Art Subscribe to the NEW Ministry Strong Podcast Produced by JOE Productions. Contact email@example.com for more information.
In hour one of After Further Review, Matt talks Tyrann Mathieu's continued absence from Saints camp. We react to Carter Young signing with the Orioles, go around the SEC and more.
Delivered by Father Peter Tukan, SDB from Salesian Community in Labuan Bajo, Diocese of Ruteng, Indonesia. Ecclesiastes 1: 2; 2: 21-23; Rs psalm 90: 3-4.5-6.12-13.14.17; Colossians 3: 1-5.9-11; Luke 12: 13-21 HOPE TO BECOME RICH The theme for our meditation on this 18th Sunday in ordinary time is: Hope to Become Rich. Naturally people in the world tend to make things, their fellow human beings, and non-material things to be their possessions. The tendency to become rich for us humans is normal. This is an element inherent in the human person and family or group of people. Hoping to be rich in this world becomes a basic desire. There is a family that has a habit of praying together, especially at night before or after meal. Everyone reminds each other for that special opportunity so that all can participate. When one or two family members are rather late due to work outside, those in the house are willing to wait. For the one who is out of town, he or she will pray alone, so that it is the same as those at home. In essence, every family member makes this prayer together as a quality time, a very valuable opportunity they treasure. Absent, means a loss for the person concerned. By taking full advantage of this special opportunity, the family truly enjoys the real wealth or richness every person and the family can have. What we mean by wealth, richness or possession, there are at least three important elements we can reflect here. First is a sense of belonging to one another as a family. Here there is a family or home, people do not depend on the house, equipment, money and goods of this world. Every individual cares for each other and relate each other so that they realize that none from them is excluded. Second, the sense of belonging is sustained by the needs that unite every member to make a family. Not necessarily people have a sense of belonging, create a strong binding among them and to be a very valuable home, if they do not strengthen their unity as a family or community. The way to strengthen it is with regular meetings or encounters. Love and the need to complement each other will be stronger if people regularly meet and interact. Third, a communion in and with God. Praying together, services and the priority for the glory of the kingdom of God are the lifestyles of the followers of Christ. If Christians and followers of Christ choose only the first two elements and are not complied with this third, they do not have the real wealth meant by God. We should hope for these riches to be our possessions: a sense of belonging as a neighbor, life in common as children of God, and the glory of God's kingdom. Don't make your life useless just because these three things are ignored. Let's pray. In the name of the Father ... O God, bless us that this Sunday celebration will be a renewed richness for our journey of faith. Our Father who art in heaven ... In the name of the Father ... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/media-la-porta/message
Episode 101 is about the hulu show unusual suspects, the episode titled the Absent Teacher. In 1993, an elementary school teacher goes missing after her first day at a new job. Over the next two months, investigators sift through clues, piecing together the heartbreaking truth behind the young educator's sudden disappearance.
Welcome to Gorilla Radio, recorded July 21st and 24th, 2022 Nearly seventy-seven years following the atomic annihilation of two cities, politicians in America and its NATO vassal states today are debating the strategic merits of a nuclear war with Russia, (and presumable China to follow). Absent the debate, naturally, is the moral question of both war and its necessary means. August 6th marks the grim anniversary of the destruction of Hiroshima by America - Nagasaki being unnecessarily destroyed three days later. In the years since, historians have proven neither attack was needed to bring Japan to the negotiating table; they had been attempting surrender for months before the bombs dropped. But as we learn, each time anew it seems, truth has little purchase for the warmongers. The tragic and senseless destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki will again be commemorated by the Victoria chapter of the Women in Black, who will stand silent vigil August 6th at the inner harbour. All are welcome to attend. Terry Wolfwood is Director and co-founder of the Barnard-Boecker Centre Foundation, at BBCF.ca. She's a writer, poet, photographer, and long-time activist in pursuit of peace, social justice, and women's rights. Her articles have appeared at Briarpatch, Peace News, and Third World Resurgence among other places. In conjunction with her many activities in support of justice and peace, Terry has served too as local coordinator for the Women in Black for many years. Terry Wolfwood in the first half. And; mere hours after signing an agreement allowing the safe passage of goods from Ukraine, an acknowledged Russian missile attack against the port of Odessa threatens to scotch the deal. Russia denies allegations made by Ukraine and western media it targeted grain silos in the port, instead saying a dry dock, warship under repair, and warehouse of American munitions were struck and destroyed. Meanwhile, Kiev's president Zelenskyy spent part of his day today playing host to US congressional reps, eager to pad their war-making resumes in anticipation of the Fall election. John Helmer is a journalist, author, and principle behind the web news site, Dances with Bears. He's a past scholar, and advisor to government at the highest level, and spent decades living in and reporting from Russia. His many book titles include: ‘The Lie That Shot Down MH-17, ‘Skripal in Prison,' ‘The Man Who Knows Too Much About Russia,' and his latest, ‘The Jackals' Wedding: American Power, Arab Revolt‘ is newly out. John Helmer and Ukraine's thickening fog in the second half. But first, Terry Wolfwood and remembering still Hiroshima/Nagasaki. Chris Cook hosts Gorilla Radio, airing since 1998; in Victoria at 101.9FM, and on the internet at: cfuv.ca. Check out the GR blog at: http://gorillaradioblog.blogspot.com/
Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: The Chief Clarity Officer, providing clarity and decisions when needed Great PO's are able to influence, without being seen as “the boss”, and they take their work very seriously, even if they don't take themselves too seriously. As Salvatore says: great PO's become the Chief Clarity Officers, being present, answering questions, and clarifying what is necessary for the team to function. In this segment, we talk about the “kill criteria”, a concept you can use to help PO's decide what to remove from the product, a skill that great Product Owners also exhibit. The Bad Product Owner: How to facilitate a conversation with an absent PO, so they understand the impact they have on the team This PO was unavailable to the team, and that caused a number of problems for the team. In this segment, we talk about the anti-patterns that show up in the team, when the PO is too busy to be present with the team. Salvatore suggests a few things to try, to help the PO understand their impact on the team, and we refer to the Sprint Checklist, a hands-on guide that we produced to help you facilitate that conversation with the PO. Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Salvatore Rinaldo Salvatore is an Agile Coach and Scrum Master based in London. His background is in telecommunications and software engineering. For the past 7 years, Salvatore has been helping organizations leverage Lean, agile, Flow principles and system thinking to achieve better business agility. You can link with Salvatore Rinaldo on LinkedIn.
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Phillips Brooks, the nineteenth-century minister who wrote “O Little Town of Bethlehem,” defined preaching as “the communication of Truth through Personality.” Truth is “the most authoritative statement of God's will,” he said. Personality refers to a preacher's “character, his affections, his whole intellectual and moral being.” (As Pentecostals, we would add “or her” to Brooks' statement.) Absent genuine character, a preacher is merely a “printing machine” or a “trumpet,” not “a real messenger of God.” In this episode of the Influence Podcast, I'm talking to Bob Eby about the relationship of preaching to the character or virtues of the preacher. I'm George P. Wood, executive editor of Influence magazine and your host. Bob Eby is director of the Cordas C. Burnett Preaching Center and associate professor of Biblical Exposition and Preaching at Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri. He is author of Virtue Hermeneutics: New Horizons in Textual Understanding, published by Pickwick Publications. ----- This episode of the Influence Podcast is brought to you by My Healthy Church, distributors of Bible Engagement Project. Bible Engagement Project gives churches access to a library of kids curriculum and small group resources all in one subscription. Visit BibleEngagementProject.com to download sample lessons.
This week, Tara and Haley are starting part one of their dive into the many plotholes and inconsistencies on Gilmore girls. Relationships just end with no phone call or explanation? Absent fathers become even more absent if possible? How did Luke and Lorelai never know each other prior to meeting? So many to mention it couldn't be contained to just one episode. Grab a coffee and get comfortable because the girls have more to say.
The 51st Pacific Island Forum will formally open this afternooon with Kiribati notably absent after withdrawing over the dispute about Micronesia's role. The "no- show" has dashed the Forum's chances of coming up with a united strategy to tackle climate change which is top of the agenda for these talks. Political reporter Anneke Smith spoke to Susie Ferguson from Suva.
ABSENT was the winner of BEST EXPERIMENTAL Film at the June 2022 EXPERIMENTAL/FASHION Film Festival. “A Med School student is haunted by the numerous emails his professor sent him about his absence in class and is at risk of failing the program.” Conversation with Brian Reilly on making a video for his med-school friend that turned into an award winning film. Watch film later this film! You can sign up for the 7 day free trial at www.wildsound.ca (available on your streaming services and APPS). There is a DAILY film festival to watch, plus a selection of award winning films on the platform. Then it's only $3.99 per month. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
Pastor Scott Dunford continues the series in the Psalms, preaching from Psalm 37. Here we see that we need not to fret when it seems that those who are not living for God seem to prosper and get away with it. Rather we need to trust God that he will take care of it in His perfect timing. We are to Delight in the goodness of God, Commit to follow His ways no matter what, Wait on the Lord for His promises are sure, and Listen to those that have gone before us.
"Do not leave any spot of pain hidden from His light, and search your mind carefully for any thoughts you may fear to uncover. ⁶For He will heal every little thought you have kept to hurt you and cleanse it of its littleness, restoring it to the magnitude of God." (ACIM, T-13.III.7:5-6) Today's Guest Tonya Zuniga joins Tam and Matt to share about how a personal crisis was the catalyst for a serene and clear mind. Books Mentioned on today's episode: The Disappearance of the Universe https://www.amazon.com/Disappearance-Universe-Gary-R-Renard-ebook/dp/B00DJ736RK/ Story of Edgar Cayce: There Is a River https://www.amazon.com/Story-Edgar-Cayce-There-River/dp/0876043759/ Absence from Felicity: The Story of Helen Schucman and Her Scribing of A Course in Miracles https://www.amazon.com/Absence-Felicity-Schucman-Scribing-Miracles-ebook/dp/B09R6R9SQX/ The title of this book comes from Shakespeare's Hamlet, as Helen was big fan of Shakespeare. "Absent thee from felicity awhile, And in this harsh world draw thy breath in pain, To tell my story." Note on this quote from Hamlet: Hamlet, Act 5, Scene 2. Hamlet appeals to Horatio to postpone death for a while and remain in this harsh world to tell his story. Horatio had wanted to join his beloved prince in death. But Hamlet prevails on his friend to live to tell the truth to the world and protect his memory beyond the grave. Inspiration Around The Web "There is an assumption in the unconscious mind that unless you worry a lot, then you are not controlling your life, this is a delusion, that the more you are thinking the more you have to keep thinking to hold it all together." - Eckhart Tolle, Source: https://youtu.be/LiEU84nHEcY?t=466 Get Notified of New Episodes By Joining Our Email List at:https://www.miraclevoices.org/email How Can You Support Miracle Voices? If you feel inspired to make a donation to support these podcasts you can donate here: https://acim.org/donate-miracles-voices-podcast/ Topic or Question You Want Us To Cover? If you have topics that you would like Judy and Matthew to address, simply drop us a line at: https://www.miraclevoices.org/contact/ We Need Your Help Please leave a review for the podcast on whatever app or site you use to listen to this podcast. This helps new listeners that are trying to practice forgiveness find the show.
For this episode, I spoke with Dr. Justin Haegele about his most recent research around children with visual impairments and their experiences with inclusion in a physical education setting. Dr. Justin Haegele (@Justin_Haegele) is an associate professor at Old Dominion University, an accomplished researcher in the field of adapted physical activity, and a frequent guest on this podcast. For this episode, Dr. Haegele and I had an in-depth discussion about his recent paper entitled "Absent, Incapable, and “Normal”: Understanding the Inclusiveness of Visually Impaired Students' Experiences in Integrated Physical Education" where he and his research team interviewed several children and youth with visual impairments about their experiences with feeling a sense of belonging and acceptance within their integrated physical education setting. Within this discussion, we also revisited some of our previous discussions about inclusion vs integration and the notion of how we as physical educators may at times do more harm than good for our students with disabilities.
As many celebrate fathers day, there are equally many unhappy about their fathers being absent. Absent fathers cause more damage than they will ever know. Crime, Corruption and many vices would reduce if fathers were present in their children's lives --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/golidefm/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/golidefm/support
On today's episode of The Literary Life, Mitchell Kaplan is joined by Hernan Diaz to discuss his latest book, Trust, out now from Riverhead Books. Hernan Diaz is the author of two novels translated into more than twenty languages. His first novel, In the Distance, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the PEN/Faulkner Award. He has also written a book of essays, and his work has appeared in The Paris Review, Granta, Playboy, The Yale Review, McSweeney's, and elsewhere. He has received a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Whiting Award, the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing, and a fellowship from the New York Public Library's Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Without any ado, the guys get straight to it! Starting with all things gaming related (0:45), speculate Drake releasing new music (19:00), Rolling Stone's best hip hop albums list (26:46), Lizzo's controversial lyric (40:35), discuss an out of context Boosie article (49:01), an elephant killing a 70 year old woman and going back to the funeral to make sure the job is done (56:15), and more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nostaticpodcast/support
Here are all the segments: Chief Concerns Opener Chief Concerns is brought to you by BetOnline.AG BetOnline.AG Advertisement Former Chiefs Tight End and cohost Marcus Dash discuss the summer weather and need for water in your system Chief Concern 1 – Tyreek's outrageous claims – JD Reacts Chief Concern 2 – McKinnon and a packed RB room – JD reacts Chief Concern 3 – Karlaftis looking 10-15 pounds slimmer – JD Reacts Chief Concern 4 – Frank Clark's absence/need for another edge – JD reacts Chief Concern 5 – What rookie will make biggest impact – JD Reacts Wrap Up - Goodbye, we'll see you next week!
When was the last time you listened to a friend in need and just rattled off “God will supply all your needs” to them and walked away? When was the last time that happened to you? The Word of God is powerful and full of truth. However, when God's supply seems to be MIA, that verse can be annoying and feel impossible. During the season where Paul penned that verse, he was not in a comfortable situation. Paul was under house arrest and chained to Roman guards. As the Holy Spirit impressed those words on Paul, I wonder how he felt as he pondered them. What can we learn from Paul that will help us when God's supply seems to be missing in action. For additional information, visit Ruthhendrickson.org.
It's almost Father's Day! The TechnoRetro Dads look at some of the (scientifically minded) father figures that influenced them in movies and TV. Jay and Shua celebrate Dad-dom on Enjoy Stuff Not all scientists are trying to reanimate the dead. Dr. Frankenstein may not have been a good father figure, but there were plenty of good influences in movies and TV. This week we remember some of the father figures we Enjoy classic movie dads. News Big Hero 6 will soon come to Disney+ The prankster kid from Jaws is now a police chief on the island where the movie was filmed Did you get the limited edition mashup of Peanut Butter Ritz and Oreos? Season 2 of the Godzilla animated series is being released for the first time since it was on TV Check out this sweet ET Atari T-shirt given to the crew that excavated the Alamogordo landfill What we're Enjoying So much great stuff to enjoy this week! Shua can't say enough great stuff about the Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi. Such a phenomenal story. Jay likes that too, and is also watching Stranger Things and Love, Death, and Robots. So much great stuff to catch up on and Enjoy! Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Be sure to check out Jay's articles on Retrozap.com. In the last few weeks he has covered the Kurt Russell film that started a TV franchise, Stargate; the first Trek movie with Picard as the captain, Star Trek Generations; and Godzilla vs Space Godzilla. And make sure to check out MCULocationScout.com for some Ms Marvel locations. Enjoy Fathers! Did you have a positive father figure in your life? We hope so. Even though both Jay and Shua had supportive and teacherly dads, they still were influenced by other dads in movies and TV. Back in the 60s, Fred MacMurray brought his Absent Minded Professor to life when he helped the students at Medfield College achieve greatness through flubber. For the next generation, Robin Williams did the same thing in the remake, Flubber. While neither of these scientists had children, they were good role models to young people and made sure the bad guy got what was coming to him too. Rick Moranis played a father named Wayne Szalinski, who accidentally shrunk his kids in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. He may not be responsible when it comes to safely securing his equipment, he would do anything to protect his kids. Another Disney Dad that taught valuable lessons was Cornelius Robinson in Meet the Robinsons. Though there was a complex path for Lewis to get Cornelius's advice, it was still a great message. Doc Brown didn't have kids of his own, but I bet he felt like he was raising young Marty McFly through all of their time traveling adventures. In the end he had a great message that Marty could pass down to all his children that Doc probably visited too. And we have some honorable mention ‘dads' too. These TV scientist help us learn the value of lighting things on fire in our kitchen along with many other lessons. Who can you honor this week during Father's Day? What valuable lesson, science or otherwise, did that person teach you? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Science rules!” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Photo: #NewWorldReport: #Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador — Absent AMLO and the Northern Triangle. Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis https://www.cnn.com/2022/06/08/politics/biden-summit-of-the-americas/index.html
11:00 - Do the Seahawks go with the comfort of Geno Smith or Upside of Drew Lock? // Four Down Territory: First Down - Matt Patricia is reportedly the frontrunner to win the play calling duties on OFFENSE for the New England Patriots. How do you think this will play out?, Second Down - Does Deebo Samuel reporting for Mandatory Minicamp signal a cease-fire with the 49ers organization?, Third Down - What Seahawk player are you most anxious to learn about during Mandatory Minicamp?, Fourth Down - If you could learn any instrument, which one would it be? // The Timeline: TNT NHL rules analyst Don Koharski forgot about FCC rules during last night's game 4 telecast of the Avalanche and Oilers, The Oakland A's had a professional saw player perform the national anthem at Monday's game, 49ers GM John Lynch reportedly turned down a $15M per year offer from Amazon's Thursday Night Football to remain with San Francisco // What does DK Metcalf's absence from Mandatory Minicamp tell us about the status of his contract negotiations? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In October 1973, an unhappy Leonard Cohen was listening to the radio on his Greek island home when he heard that Israel was at war. He headed to Tel Aviv, exchanging a personal and creative crisis for a national one. Absent a plan and even a guitar, Cohen wound up serenading Israeli soldiers at the front. Journalist Matti Friedman talks about his book Who by Fire with EconTalk host Russ Roberts and explains how a songwriter and a nation were transformed in the crucible of war.
On The GM Shuffle with Michael Lombardi, Femi and Michael react to the latest news and notes from around the NFL including Colin Kaepernick's tryout with the Las Vegas Raiders. Plus, a number of players enter offseason training in the ‘best shape of their lives.' Plus, Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson were absent from voluntary OTA's. And, are the Colts ready to hit their stride? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The three biggest storylines for the San Francisco 49ers converge as players hit the field for OTA practices. Unsurprisingly Deebo Samuel is holding out from non-mandatory team activities. George Kittle spells out what Trey Lance needs to make the most of his mind boggling talent. And, according to reports, the 49ers still plan to trade Jimmy Garoppolo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices