“We hebben geweend, toen Batgirl geschrapt werd”, zeiden regisseurs Adil & Bilall. 90 miljoen dollar was er al in de film geïnvesteerd. Ne-gen-tig miljoen! En die CEO smijt dat zomaar weg? Niemand die er iets van snapt, behalve de Vrekken. “Die CEO trapt tenminste niet in de valkuil waar iedereen vroeg of laat mee geconfronteerd wordt.”Productie Nieuwsblad Podcasts | Stemmen Ewoud Huysmans & Kristof Bogaerts | Montage Pieter Santens & House of Media | Eindredactie Bert Heyvaert
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"The Lord said, “I have indeed seen the misery of my people in Egypt. I have heard them crying out because of their slave drivers, and I am concerned about their suffering. So I have come down to rescue them from the hand of the Egyptians and to bring them up out of that land into a good and spacious land." Welcome back to another episode of Made You Think! In this episode, Neil and Nat discuss the next book on their Great Books Project: the book of Exodus. We pick up from where we left off in Genesis and dive into the many key themes of Exodus as Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt. We cover a wide range of topics including: Exodus as the origin story of Judaism Exclusionary vs. inclusionary nations Operating systems for building a successful community Connections between the Code of Hammurabi and Exodus Early human civilizations in the 2nd millenium BC And much more. Please enjoy, and make sure to follow Nat, Neil, and Adil on Twitter and share your thoughts on the episode. Links from the Episode: Mentioned in the show: Cleopatra lived closer to the computer age (3:44) CrowdHealth (14:48) Babylonia (44:34) Göbekli Tepe (46:18) 2nd Millenium map (46:27) Notre Chico - Caral-Supe civilization (47:50) Easter Island heads (48:55) Angkor Wat (49:46) How Exodus revises the laws of Hammurabi (1:01:49) Books Mentioned: Epic of Gilgamesh (0:22) (Book Episode) Genesis (0:43) (Book Episode) The Iliad (1:03) (Nat's Book Notes) The Qur'an (1:42) (Book Episode) The Network State (8:55) The Odyssey (24:37) (Nat's Book Notes) People Mentioned: Hammurabi (31:45) Marco Polo (50:43) Show Topics: (0:12) In today's episode, we're continuing the Great Book Series with Exodus. If you haven't checked out our previous episodes from our book list, make sure to go check out Epic of Gilgamesh and Genesis! (4:23) When reading stories that have stood the test of time, there has to be some reason for their significance. Even without the religious aspect to it, they wouldn't have been passed along or written down if they weren't important in some way. (8:52) What is a nation? Some nations are very closed and exclusionary where you can't become a member or citizen. The U.S. is a more missionary-type nation that allows people to become citizens even if they were not born here. (12:36) A more exclusionary type of nation can often lead to a higher quality of life. Conversely, if you let more people in, there would be less resources for all. An open society that is also highly supportive with enough resources, is it possible to have both? (17:13) Genesis ends with all the sons of Israel going to Egypt and settling there, however they're living there enslaved. God communicates to Moses to get his people out of Egypt. When we think about why the story of Exodus has persisted through the years, one of the main themes that gets discussed is the fear of God aspect that was shown to the Israelites and Egyptians through the plagues. (20:04) The 10 plagues. There were locusts, hail, and disease which were likely interconnected as one thing leads to the next. However, at this particular time there may not have been a realization that these are connected, and instead, the people saw them all as individual plagues. (25:58) Much of the story has a narrative style until we reach the chapters stating God's law. When we go back to thinking about how this was passed down orally for potentially hundreds of years, these stories and laws may have been told differently at one point and these were the parts that settled and got written down. (31:22) The Old Testament provides a layer of ethics for others to follow, and it was a huge advancement to not take one wrongdoing and kill someone over it but rather to punish them for what it is they've done. If you have a society that escalates violence, it will always become more and more violent. (34:57) There's an element of the story where God is a protector to the Israelites, and although they were enslaved in Egypt, they were ultimately able to be led out of there through Him. (37:24) Monotheism and polytheism. In the text, other gods are being referenced, and those other gods are depicted as merely false idols made up by the enemy or misinterpretations. Genesis starts with Adam and Eve, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's the start of the whole world, rather just where this story and Jewish history begins. (43:05) Many developments happened in the areas of Israel, Egypt, and Babylonia around this time. It could have also been that they had the means of documenting their stories where other areas didn't. Nat and Neil discuss these very early on civilizations and cities. (49:39) The dates and timeline of some historical events can be really surprising. It's hard to wrap our heads around the fact that the world was way less interconnected than it is today. We live in a time where everything has already been explored and accounted for. (53:51) Western culture tends to be more isolated whereas other cultures tend to be more communal. It's common for people who come to the US to feel lonely compared to their home country. Operating systems for building a successful community with longevity. (59:10) Kosher laws and its importance. Not all of these laws have held up today, for example not eating shell fish and pork. This was also an era before refrigeration. The language 'eye for an eye' and 'tooth for a tooth' is vastly similar to the Code of Hammurabi. Did Hammurabi come up with the idea and the surrounding areas adopted it or was it already a fairly widespread idea at the time? (1:02:16) It can be challenging to judge the intent of someone's actions, so often times it's judged by the outcomes of their actions. Neil gives an example. Charging and collecting interest on debts. The burden of the responsibility falls on the lender where they have to be sure they make a good decision about who they lend money to. (1:08:54) Laws are a big theme in Exodus, this includes laws on the regulation of slavery. As Moses led them out of slavery in Egypt, they provide some basic human rights for people coming out of slavery. There's also the idea of a covenant, which is an agreement between the people and God. If you follow it, you get rewarded. If you don't follow it, you get consequences. (1:13:18) The idea of canceling debt every 7 years in the Bible. Would that work in practice? Nat and Neil share their final thoughts on Exodus and how it compared in their minds to Genesis. (1:17:38) Thanks for listening! Next on our book list is Iliad by Homer. Make sure to stay tuned and check out our list of what's next. You can catch our previous 2 episodes of the Great Book Series here - Epic of Gilgamesh and Genesis. If you enjoyed this episode, let us know by leaving a review on iTunes and tell a friend. As always, let us know if you have any book recommendations! You can say hi to us on Twitter @TheRealNeilS, @adilmajid, @nateliason and share your thoughts on this episode. You can now support Made You Think using the Value-for-Value feature of Podcasting 2.0. This means you can directly tip the co-hosts in BTC with minimal transaction fees. To get started, simply download a podcast app (like Fountain or Breez) that supports Value-for-Value and send some BTC to your in-app wallet. You can then use that to support shows who have opted-in, including Made You Think! 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Nate is joined on this episode by Dr. Adil Shamji - the new Liberal MPP for Don Valley East, and a former emergency room doctor. Adil led a fascinating career before politics, as you'll hear from him directly about, including work in remote communities, supporting homeless shelters, and more.He's now one of only 8 Liberal MPPs, and so he has far too many critic roles, including Health, Northern Development, Indigenous Affairs and Colleges and Universities. And while the focus of our conversation is predominantly healthcare, Adil rightly steers the conversation to other issues as well, with the view that all policy is health policy.
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Host Shayan Mahmud, Forbes 30Under30 2021 & CEO Eikon7 Group in conversation with Ameera Adil, Climate Change Activist! In this episode of How Does It Work by ProPakistani, Ameera speaks about what is going on in Pakistan at the moment, the irrelevance of dams at this point in time, the impact of plastic pollution, global politics in climate change, mindset of the disaster management authorities, and much-needed changes in policies. This episode unpacks the biggest and very real problems Pakistanis are facing right now, and Ameera dives into all these in detail.Donate for flood victims now:Pakistan Flood Relief Appeal 2022: https://floodrelief2022.punjab.gov.pk/Edhi Foundation: https://edhi.org/ Al Khidmat Foundation: https://alkhidmat.org/Akhuwat: https://akhuwatuk.org/The Citizens Foundation: https://www.tcf.org.pk/donate/floodrelief/ Pakistan Red Crescent: https://prcs.org.pk/ Shayan and Ameera talk about the current situation in Pakistan, the floods, what is it that led to these disasters and how vulnerable Pakistan will be in the future to floods and droughts. Why do temperatures keep on rising? What are the reasons for our glaciers melting? Are dams important at this time? Should Pakistan focus on mitigation or adaptation? What is the worst case for Pakistan? What should the government do? What can the people of Pakistan start doing? What policies need to be created and implemented now? How is climate change politicized globally? How is lobbying causing a problem on a global level? What natural resources can we move toward? Which industries are the cause of pollution in Pakistan? What should the government do to curb these companies? How is the fossil fuel lobby promoting climate denialism? How much plastic is being consumed by people now? How can solar energy make an impact? What is veganism and should more people be vegans? Will individual change make an impact in Pakistan? How can education and communication make an impact? How should we portray climate change? How can the entertainment industry play a role in climate change activism? How can this conversation gain momentum? What is the role of companies like Coke in destroying our environment, and why are they allowed to continue?Watch and learn about what is happening in Pakistan, what will happen in the coming years, what policies we need to focus on to protect our future generations and much more.#howdoesitwork #climatechange #floodsinpakistan00:00 Highlights & Intro2:20 Climate Change Activism03:43 The Global North - Rising Temperatures & Melting Glaciers05:00 What Does Pakistan Need? Mitigation Vs. Adaptation07:30 The Worst Case Scenario For Pakistan08:43 Why Dams Are A Thing Of The Past?11:45 What Can Our Government Do?13:10 What Can Pakistanis Do? 14:30 Global Politics In Climate Change17:10 Needed Policies & Implementation21:00 How Do Climate Change Activists Make Money?23:00 What's The State Of The Ozone Layer Now?25:10 The Plastic Issue26:44 Veganism & Cows30:00 How Can Education Change Things?31:37 The Flood Charity In Pakistan32:40 Environmental Engineering As A Career & Criticism35:38 How To Bring Light To This Conversation37:59 Coke, Sprite & Plastic41:00 This Is Not Our Problem, Right?44:30 The Future For ActivistsDon't forget to subscribe and press the bell icon to catch on to some amazing conversations coming your way every Tuesday and Friday!Keep up with our podcast:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Howdoesitwork.podcastInsta: https://www.instagram.com/howdoesitwork.podcast/Tiktok: https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSRYSy1K1/Follow ProPakistani:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProPakistaniInsta: https://www.instagram.com/pro_pakistani/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProPakistaniPKLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/
Sağlık Bakanı Bakanı Fahrettin Koca, sağlıkta 'Beyaz Reform' düzenlemesiyle ilgili, "Adil ve sağlık çalışanlarının emeğinin karşılığını alabileceği bir dönem olacak. Şu ana kadar 6 binden fazla hekim kamuya dönmek üzere başvurusunu yaptı. Kamu, he...
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Les actualités du jour, mercredi 7 septembre 2022 En prenant votre café, c'est ici: https://bit.ly/3Qsj3jz Les grands titres: Actualités: - Auto verte (un sondage) - Adil se trouve une job - Pas de casiers, pas de cafétéria, pas de prof - Solde des cartes de crédit - Chaine spécialisée - Pénurie de main d'oeuvre (quoi faire) Au Québec: - La gauhe et la droite (la définition) - QS: Impôts sur les riches - CAQ: de nouveaux barrages - PCQ: Indépendance? Si c'est payant - PSPP: Peut-on parler de moi Êtes-vous tombé sur la tête? - Le CB Finance: - Bourse, la chute continue - Le Truth Social, la fin? - Flying Whales - Intérêts à la hausse aujourd'hui Insolite: - Tomber en amour - Secrétaire - Sacrer et être honnête er franc - Que veut dire le X en maths? [00:00] Intro [02:08] Chanson du jour [03:00] Actualités [16:10] Au Québec [23:10] Êtes-vous tombé sur la tête [24:40] Finance [27:50] Insolite [31:40] Conclusion Est-ce que je vous ai déjà dit que l'érable, c'était plus qu'une canne? www.francoislambert.one
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The news about the possible early release of Umar Patek, the Bali bom maker has created a great distressed particularly amongst the victims' families. What needed now is the signature of Indonesia's Minister of Law and Human Rights for Umar Patek to get out of prison, after serving about 11 years of his 20-years jail term. - Berita tentang kemungkinan pembebasan lebih awal Umar Patek, pembuat bom Bali telah membuat kegelisahan yang besar terutama di kalangan keluarga korban. Yang dibutuhkan sekarang adalah tanda tangan Menteri Hukum dan HAM RI untuk Umar Patek bisa keluar dari penjara, setelah menjalani sekitar 11 tahunan dari 20 tahun masa hukumannya.
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 42! Born and raised in France till his teens before moving to Vancouver, British Columbia, Tony Giroux has been a professional dancer, actor, and filmmaker. He is known for his work as the male lead, Billy Martin in Lifetime's A Sugar and Spice Holiday, the first Lifetime holiday movie centered on an Asian American story. Most recently, he has played Adil, an important recurring character in the show Motherland: Fort Salem. For three seasons of Motherland, he has played Adil with humor, nuance, and depth. He's also the director of the award-winning documentary My Name Is that focuses on the power and challenges when you're a person of color with a non-European name. In our conversation, we cover a LOT of ground, discussing his experiences, how he views change, being cast in A Sugar and Spice Holiday, chemistry with Jacky Lai and his co-stars in Motherland, his thoughts on Masculinity, the impact of My Name Is, and so much more. For previous episodes and information, please visit our site at https://asianamericanhistory101.libsyn.com or social media links at http://castpie.com/AAHistory101. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE SERIES FINALE (ahhhhh)! The Core 4 (and Adil) embark on their last mission. Anacostia makes the ultimate sacrifice and earns her taps eulogy like no other. Penelope gets sweet sweet revenge. THE FIRST SONG FINALLY HAPPENS! Oh, and it turns out the Mother gave us language but doesn't know what the word consent means. Stick with us till the end and get all the feels during a very emotional ending as we wrap up the Motherland: Fort Salem series. This episode along with all our other episodes are now available on YouTube: Check out the BGE Channel As always, please feel free to reach out to us on all the things. We love hearing from you! Twitter @biggayenergypod Instagram @biggayenergypod Tik Tok @Biggayenergypodcast Tumblr @biggayenergypod Gmail BigGayEnergyPod@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bgepod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bgepod/support
"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light: and there was light." Welcome back to another episode of Made You Think! In this episode, Neil and Adil discuss the next book on their Great Books Project: the book of Genesis. The book begins with the story of creation and wraps up with the lives of Jacob and Joseph, with numerous stories, lessons, and genealogies in between the 50 chapters. We cover a wide range of topics including: Science and religion: Do they conflict or complement each other? The beginning of time and formation of Earth How depictions of God, or a higher power, differ across religions The stories of Adam, Eve, Jacob, Joseph, Abraham, Isaac, and more Whether the Bible should be interpreted literally vs. allegorically And much more. Please enjoy, and make sure to follow Nat, Neil, and Adil on Twitter and share your thoughts on the episode. Links from the Episode: Mentioned in the show: Jordan Peterson's Bible series (1:17) Aaron Rodgers on the Aubrey Marcus podcast (10:58) Ayahuasca (11:05) Unicellular organisms (26:32) Fermi paradox (29:59) Idiocracy (37:26) Idiocracy opening scene (37:42) Islamic attitudes towards science (39:55) Unmoved Mover (1:07:40) Watchmen (1:13:35) Books Mentioned: Epic of Gilgamesh (0:58) (Book Episode) The History of God (7:45) The Bible (Karen Armstrong) (7:49) Bhagavad Gita (19:10) (Nat's Book Notes) Rare Earth (28:04) Vehicles (31:25) East of Eden (58:30) (Nat's Book Notes) Of Mice and Men (1:00:44) The Grapes of Wrath (1:00:52) Biocentrism (1:11:16) People Mentioned: Jordan Peterson (1:14) Karen Armstrong (7:24) Nassim Taleb (41:15) Jennifer Lawrence (58:55) Steven Spielberg (59:28) John Steinbeck (1:00:30) Show Topics: 0:28 We continue the Great Book Series with the book of Genesis from the Old Testament. 3:30 Adil and Neil talk about their familiarity with Genesis before they read it for the show. The book was passed down through the oral tradition, and wasn't written down until hundreds of years after it was spoken. It has also been translated into over 700 languages. It poses the question, who wrote down the story, and how much of it has changed being passed down orally? 7:11 Adil talks about books he has read previous to Genesis by Karen Armstrong. One thing he notes is that the Bible was not meant to be read literally. Of course, there are parts that can be taken literally, but many of the stories are allegorical and symbolic in meaning. 12:45 Jacob's story: Jacob wrestles with someone who is unnamed, though interpreted as God. At one point, they touch hips and he walks away injured, but he has that injury for the rest of his life. This story, if not taken literally, can allude to the internal scars that you have battling and wrestling with your inner demons. 14:01 The structure of Genesis. First comes the story of creation, followed by the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve. The term Toledot meaning “generations” or "descendants. The last section of Genesis is dedicated to Jacob, which sets up for the following book in the Bible, Exodus. 15:27 The story of Joseph and Jacob. This story resonates on a moral level with people because it serves as a reminder that the journey is just as important as the destination. Your journey may not always go as planned. Even if you have everything you want, you may still have regrets about how you got there. 19:00 Neil makes a connection to the Bhagavad Gita. One of the morals of this story is very similar. In the end, the good guys got what they wanted and won the war, but lost everything in the process. Was it worth it? It's a similar message that Jacob's life represents in Genesis. 20:05 The redeeming arc for Jacob came through his brother Esau and how he forgave Jacob for his wrongdoings. When they met, it may appear that Esau was upset and Jacob was ready to meet his fate, yet he ended up being forgiven. Through that forgiveness, Jacob was transformed. 23:21 We're all on our own path to learning, both spiritually and religiously. Growing up, you tend to adopt the beliefs of your family and other surroundings. We often believe that when something isn't completely certain, that it must be wrong. 27:16 Evolution, the beginning of time, and extraterrestrial life. When you think about how everything has been formed in a way that led to life here on earth, it's astonishing. If the universe is indeed infinite, then it's very possible that it lines up for other life forms to exist elsewhere, and they could exist under completely different conditions than on Earth. 31:23 Adil makes a connection to the book Vehicles. The knowledge we have isn't always solid and requires faith to believe in. 34:10 Organized religion has tended to go with a more literal meaning, for example modern Christianity in America. One common belief is that if you're scientific, you can't also be religious and it's made into a dichotomy. It's possible that they can be completely aligned with each other. Both can be viewed as tools for understanding the world better, and they don't have to necessarily be viewed as opponents. 36:03 Why do subjective experience exists? If the goal of life is just to produce offspring and continue the circle of life, why do we have this personal experience of life, and how is it beneficial? There isn't much of a scientific explanation for it. 38:55 A lot of the early scientific research in Europe was done by religious people to prove God was real, and that aspects of religion that can be backed by science. The two stories diverged and this led to religious texts being interpreted more literally. However in other religions, Islam for example, it's typically believed that science and religion work together. 41:34 Adam and Eve story, and the significance of the serpent if you take the Bible symbolically. The snake has a unique hold in human psychology. Neil and Adil talk about different animals and how they're perceived in different communities and religions. 46:15 Eve's name means "living" in Hebrew, but it comes from a root that can also mean "snake". There are a lot of unanswered questions that came up, and as we continue to Exodus, we may learn some of these answers to these questions. 51:20 The curses in the book of Genesis are all tied to the knowledge of self awareness and the future. Childbirth was the curse passed on to women, and even early on, women have a knowledge of the pain of it. Men have the curse of labor and work. While the benefits of knowledge and self awareness are received, this also comes with these curses. 53:00 Two main ways that God both gifted and punished His people were through fertility and land. Neil and Adil discuss the story of Abraham, Issac, and Ishmael. 1:01:33 "In the sweat of your face shall you eat bread until you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you shall return." In Abrahamic religions (including Christianity, Islam, and Judaism), they bury their dead. In other religions, there is no burial. 1:06:33 Depictions of God in different religions. In some religions they feel a depiction of their god it's a good way to connect, but in others it can feel alienating. 1:07:13 With each theory about how the universe was created, you can keep asking the question, "What came before that?" The infinite universe as constantly expanding and contracting. The idea of biocentrism, and how it's the observer that makes something a reality. 1:14:36 Thanks for listening! Stay tuned for our next episode on the book of Exodus, and be sure to keep following along as we work through our Great Books List. If you enjoyed this episode, let us know by leaving a review on iTunes and tell a friend. As always, let us know if you have any book recommendations! You can say hi to us on Twitter @TheRealNeilS, @adilmajid, @nateliason and share your thoughts on this episode. You can now support Made You Think using the Value-for-Value feature of Podcasting 2.0. This means you can directly tip the co-hosts in BTC with minimal transaction fees. To get started, simply download a podcast app (like Fountain or Breez) that supports Value-for-Value and send some BTC to your in-app wallet. You can then use that to support shows who have opted-in, including Made You Think! We'll be going with this direct support model moving forward, rather than ads. 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Hydrate for Lesbian Jesus, for she has risen from the fungatory!!! Tally finds her confidence and finally bonds with Scylla. Scylla is the hero and saves the day. Abigail gets her braincell back. Adil is a bloodthirsty doormat. Anacostia finds Nicte and recruits the Spree to the rebel cause and Alder has CHANGED. This episode along with all our other episodes are now available on YouTube: Check out the BWE Channel As always, please feel free to reach out to us on all the things. We love hearing from you! Twitter @BigWitchEPod Instagram @BigWitchEnergyPod Tik Tok @Biggayenergypodcast Tumblr @BigWitchEnergyPod Gmail BigWitchEnergyPod@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bwe-pod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bwe-pod/support
This week's show is a dream! We're talking about The Sandman, which is now streaming on Netflix, with the cast and creators of the show 30 years in the making. You'll hear us talk to Boyd Holbrook (The Corinthian), Jenna Coleman (Johanna Constantine), Vanesu Samunyai (Rose Walker), Gwendoline Christie (Lucifer), Neil Gaiman (Creator, Exec. Producer), Allan Heinberg (Exec. Producer, Showrunner) and Vivenne Archeampong (Lucienne) about bringing this magical world to life on screen and giving us a deep dive into all of their characters. WATCH THE SANDMAN, NOW STREAMING ON NETFLIX! Since it's the final season of Motherland: Fort Salem, we're once again talking to a member of the cast, and this time it's Tony Giroux. He plays Adil on the show, so we definitely asked him about the relationship with Abigail, the bond with his sister and going against his moral code at time. Tony will also give us a couple of teases for the rest of the season, and even tell us what he'll miss the most about the show when it's all over. WATCH MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM EVERY TUESDAY ON FREEFORM AND NEXT DAY ON HULU! There's also been A LOT of news surrounding Warner Bros. Discovery this week, and we don't hold back. Hear our unfiltered thoughts on Batgirl being shelved and our overall impression of what is going on at WBD. We also share some good news about the Joker sequel, the Andor trailer and even a few things coming up for the whole family. Plus, we even review the new Predator spinoff movie, Prey and the LEGO Star Wars Summer Vacation special. So there's plenty to be excited about! Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to us wherever you listen to your podcasts, and find us online at https://www.downandnerdypodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tune in as previous 2CC guest Guy Bradford comes back around for a breakdown of the newest Disney+ Marvel Cinematic Universe series Ms. Marvel. It follows Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old Pakistani-American who lives in Jersey City, prides herself on her Captain Marvel geekery, and ends up getting thrown into a journey of self-discovery involving her newfound superpowers and her mysterious family history. Additional topics that Arthur and Guy open up include monstrous depictions of British colonialism, Islamophobic and misogynistic IMDb review-bombers, the burdens of VFX teams, and the stark contrast between the wholesome optimism of the MCU and the vulgar cynicism of The Boys. Spoilers start at 17:00 Created by head writer Bisha K. Ali (Loki) and leaders of the directing team Adil & Bilall (Bad Boys for Life), Ms. Marvel stars Iman Vellani, Matt Lintz, Yasmeen Fletcher, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapur, Saagar Shaikh, Laurel Marsden, Azhar Usman, Rish Shah, Arian Moayed, Alysia Reiner, Laith Nakli, Nimra Bucha, Travina Springer, Adaku Ononogbo, Samina Ahmad, Fawad Khan, Mehwish Hayat, Farhan Akhtar, and Aramis Knight. Good Word: • Guy: Prime Video's The Boys (Season 3) • Arthur: Netflix's RRR Reach out at email@example.com if you want to recommend things to watch and read, share anecdotes, or just say hello! Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes or any of your preferred podcasting platforms! Follow Arthur on Twitter, Goodpods, StoryGraph, and Letterboxd: @arthur_ant18 Follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram: @two_centscritic Follow Arthur on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/144101970-arthur-howell --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/arthur746/message
“Humans are born, they live, then they die, this is the order that the gods have decreed. But until the end comes, enjoy your life, spend it in happiness, not despair. Savor your food, make each of your days a delight, bathe and anoint yourself, wear bright clothes that are sparkling clean, let music and dancing fill your house, love the child who holds you by the hand, and give your wife pleasure in your embrace. That is the best way for a man to live.” Welcome back to another episode of Made You Think! In this episode, Nat, Neil, and Adil begin their Great Books Project starting with the oldest book on their list, Epic of Gilgamesh. This piece has been regarded as one of the oldest written stories to exist. It follows the story of Gilgamesh, who is two-thirds god and one-third man, as he searches for the secret of immortality following the death of a loved one. We cover a wide range of topics including: How written stories have been passed down through centuries Parallels between Gilgamesh and other religious texts An assortment of theories such as the flood myth and the Black Sea hypothesis Should you interpret ancient texts literally? Why not all science is necessarily good science And much more. Please enjoy, and make sure to follow Nat, Neil, and Adil on Twitter and share your thoughts on the episode. Links from the Episode: Mentioned in the show: The Ancients (7:02) The Library of Alexandria (7:59) Sumerian Kings list (10:17) Images of the tablets (23:11) Flood myth (35:35) Black Sea Hypothesis (34:51) Letting children choose their diets (41:32) Masa Chips (42:11) Definition of Europe in early- to mid-antiquity (52:43) Nat's essay - Church of Science (55:04) Remote Viewing (57:22) Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab (59:16) Princeton ESP lab must have foreseen its end (59:24) Sleep paralysis (1:00:40) Books Mentioned: Theogeny (1:13) Works and Days (1:17) (Nat's Book Notes) The Iliad (1:19) (Nat's Book Notes) Tao Te Ching (1:29) The Egyptian Book of the Dead (6:41) The Three-Body Problem (8:09) (Nat's Book Notes) The Hero with a Thousand Faces (12:22) (Nat's Book Notes) The Power of Myth (12:23) (Book Episode) (Nat's Book Notes) The Denial of Death (14:24) (Book Episode) (Nat's Book Notes) Socrates (21:52) (Nat's Book Notes) Magna Carta (26:02) The Prince (26:08) First Bite (39:32) People Mentioned: Confucius (1:33) Plato (21:50) Aquinas (26:15) Dante (26:16) Show Topics: 0:05 We start the Great Book Series off with with The Epic of Gilgamesh. From order of oldest to most recent, we will be reading this list of books and creating new episodes every 3 weeks until the list is complete. Follow along, and read the books with us as we go! 5:34 This book is estimated to date back to as far as 2100 BC. With how old the writing is, it's fascinating to think about how much of the story has changed along the way from the original text. The way a culture recorded its information determines how we think about it today. In the time and location of Gilgamesh, everything was rich in clay so they used clay tablets to record everything. 8:58 With stories that are orally passed down, it's similar to a game of telephone where details get changed along the way. This leads to different areas of the world telling the same story in very different ways. 11:49 There are several themes to the story, and many of these themes and stories are told throughout history. They're not new by any means. One of the main themes talked about in this part of the episode is immortality. 14:50 At the opening of the story, Gilgamesh is portrayed as almost villain-like. As the story goes on, he ends up redeeming himself on the journey to find immortality. In this book, even the superhuman are very humanized, and they still fall into impulses and desires that all of humanity faces. 17:48 For the stories that stand the test of time, why did they last among the potentially thousands of stories that didn't make it? Gilgamesh starts out as someone so vain with no fear of death. After experiencing a great loss, he seeks to obtain immortality, and tries to reconcile his fear of death. It's only what you build that will outlast you. This lesson is ironic considering that this is one of the oldest books to exist and was physically written onto tablets. 21:36 How much of this story got lost? While much of the story was able to be pieced together from the Babylonian tablets, not all of the tablets have survived, and some are damaged beyond repair. 23:54 Flood story: There have been numerous flood stories from around the world. There are some parallels of Gilgamesh to the story of Noah's Ark. While some details are general, some details are extremely similar. As Gilgamesh goes to seek immortality, he encounters a character who resembles the Biblical Noah. 30:35 With many ancient cities being located on large bodies of water, a large flood would affect them much more than we realize. Part of Rome's advantage was being hilly so that they were able to endure catastrophic events much better in comparison to other cities near water. When stories were written thousands of years ago, we often forget to account for how their geograpical location plays out. 33:32 Flood myth, Black Sea hypothesis, and the aquatic ape hypothesis. The story of Gilgamesh and other stories in history, and understanding how the context of local geography adds to it. 37:45 If you are in tune with how your body is feeling and what it needs, would you naturally know what food and other nutrients your body needs to grow and heal? Often times the noise and busyness make it more difficult to be in tune with our mind and body. 45:24 When they found the story of Gilgamesh on the 12 tablets, it was the first time they found stories very similar in nature to the Hebrew Bible. Other parallels between Gilgamesh and religious text: a 7-year drought, and the story of Adam and Eve. 50:44 The literal interpretation of the stories in the Bible is a relatively new phenomenon. How much of it was cross-cultural influence for other religions that read their Bible completely literal? 55:02 Science can be both good and bad. Not everyone is scientifically literate, and not every study is reliable. Anything you want to prove, you can most likely find a study to prove your point, whether that scientific experiment is fully credible or not. 59:43 Sleep paralysis, dream state, and shared dreams. There are common, unusual experiences that humans have shared while sleeping, with one of those being able to see or sense a shadow being. 1:01:11 Thanks for listening! Next up on our Great Books List, we will be reading the book of Genesis, followed by Exodus. You can keep track of our list here and reach out to us if you have any suggestions. If you enjoyed this episode, let us know by leaving a review on iTunes and tell a friend. As always, let us know if you have any book recommendations! You can say hi to us on Twitter @TheRealNeilS, @adilmajid, @nateliason and share your thoughts on this episode. You can now support Made You Think using the Value-for-Value feature of Podcasting 2.0. This means you can directly tip the co-hosts in BTC with minimal transaction fees. 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In this episode, we get a variety of interesting pairings: some spicy (Nicte/Scylla), some sweet (Adil sexy dancing for Abigail), some sexy (Wade/Marshall), and some just packed with raw, unclassifiable chemistry (Tally and all her scene partners). Tally and M have a particularly nice moment where M discusses the difficulty navigating a witch world divided along gender lines as a non-binary person. Meanwhile, the pairing of Anacostia and Sterling attend a very un-fun party, where they're made to fight to the death against other witches. Things get very stabby. The Camarilla make their next move, as newly sworn in President Silver appoints a civilian oversight committee to make the witches' lives that much more miserable. I can't wait for Wade to come back and crush this bug, y'all.Finally, Tally has visions of the future, and things like a little too explode-y for Raelle for my taste.Support the show
While Peter was away, Keri and Matthew weighed in on 'It's a Knockout' nostalgia, bikes vs trikes, open bars at cinemas (Y or N?) Oh, and THAT leadership race. In between slices of rhubarb hedgehog, we nibbled on:Who wants to be a Millionaire Shortbread eater? No one, apparently.New twins just dropped. Imagine being born into THAT family.Shula considers the missionary position. Can we help you pack?Goodbye, Ruby duvet. Adil has a change of sheets.Adam! The Pits!! Ambridge's biggest doughballs extend a near fatal olive branch to the W.I.Bridge Farm weirdos brace themselves for Storm Caitlin.Bills or Frills? Chelsea wants Brad to toe the party line.Help us out with a lovely worded 5 star review at: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-cider-shed/id1561411185Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgMessage us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCiderShedPodJoin the Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/357567078923256/?ref=shareFind us on: https://www.instagram.com/thecidershedpod/?hl=enI Am Not Your Negro trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNUYdgIyaPMMichael Spicer. The Room Next Door with Liz Truss https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNUYdgIyaPM See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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The Direct Podcast is here leading up to San Diego Comic Con's 2022 Convention!We kick things off by checking in on all the top news from Marvel, DC, and Star Wars. Tom Holland is reportedly not returning to voice Peter Parker, the new Zack Snyder controversy, and Star Wars' Skeleton Crew production budget. After the news, The Direct's Richard Nebens interviews Ms. Marvel directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah. In preparation for SDCC, we are joined by Klein Felt to fan-cast the Fantastic Four and more! Thank you all for rocking with us. Be a friend and tell a friend about The Direct Podcast!Visit The Direct: https://thedirect.com/Follow David on Twitter: https://twitter.com/daavidthompsonFollow Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattroembkeTIMECODES4:08 - Quick Question17:10 - Spider-Man News26:55 - Ms. Marvel Powers connected to X-Men32:00 - Zack Snyder Controversy 38:15 - Skeleton Crew Massive Budget43:45 - Ms. Marvel directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah interview with Richard Nebens53:53 - Fantastic Four Fancast with Klein Felt1:52:16 - Final SDCC Predictions
Jordan is back to wrap up coverage of Disney+ and Marvel Studios' Ms. Marvel! Ms. Marvel Episode 6 "No Normal" Directed by: Adil & Bilall Teleplay by : Will Dunn and A. C. Bradley & Matthew Chauncey Story by : Will Dunn July 13 2022 Synopsis: Back in Jersey, Kamala fights to save her friends from clutches of Damage Control --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/infinitysagabeyond/message
England stars Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid tell Eoin Morgan what their faith means to them and their families, explain why the Hajj pilgrimage is important and how their team-mates have embraced them.
Ms. Marvel not only sticks the landing but manages to shake up the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe on a grand scale! Join us as we dive through what might be one of the best Disney Plus series to date! If you're looking to have what we've seen in the season finale of Ms. Marvel discussed then you're in the right place! Each week we'll be breaking down the latest stories in the MCU beat by beat by discussing what works, what doesn't, and what it all means.This week's most important topics are: Deever's Damage After School Activities No Normal Ms. Marvel Final Thoughts In this episode we reference: God Loves, Man Kills by Chris Claremont VFX Community Slams Marvel Studios Over Working Conditions BYMAKUOCHI ECHEBIRI (Collider) Ms. Marvel's Creators Originally Wanted Her To Be A (REDACTED) In The Comics Too – Exclusive By Ben Travis (Empire) Ms. Marvel's real origin story was too embarrassing for the Marvel Cinematic Universe By Susana Polo (Polygon) The Ms. Marvel episode in review is called, "No Normal," and it was directed by Adil & Bilall and written by Will Dunn and A. C. Bradley & Matthew Chauncey!This episode remains spoiler free until around 7 minutes and 28 seconds!Each week we always ask for your first impressions of the latest episode on social media, but we set up a phone number you can call if you'd rather leave an audio message with your thoughts! We'll even include them in the show.Call: 512-893-1355Don't forget you can follow us on Twitter or Instagram to let us know what you think of the fourth episode of Ms. Marvel!Twitter: @MCUNeedtoKnowInstagram: @MCUNeedtoknowIf you'd like to join our discord you can find that here:https://discord.gg/7EEFXSkIf you want to follow Jude you can find them here!Twitter: @JhubbitInstagram: @JhubbitIf you want to follow Trey you can find them here!Twitter: @TheTapStreamInstagram:@TheTapStreamwww.thetapstream.comAlso would like to give a special thanks to Nick Sandy for the use of our theme song! You can find more of his work here!Twitter: @Nick_SandyInsta: @Nick_SandyPhotographySoundCloud: MusicYoutube: Pick NickWant more of our podcast? Check out our website for more episodes and news!www.mcuneedtoknow.comThis episode was recorded with Adobe Audition (Trey), Reaper (Jude) and edited by Trey.
In this episode, the Bellweather Unit gets even more fractured. Adil, Abigail and Tally seek out Khalida, but end up picking up Sarah Alder in the process. Talder fans had a good number of moments between Tally and Alder. Alder is definitely changed - no longer is she the stern general with the perfect hairdo. This Alder wants to nothing more than to drink tequila, eat nachos, and watch Tally Craven dance sexy for her. We here at the podcast approve of this new version. Alas, the fun can't go on forever, because Alder is on a quest to collect all the seeds of the First Song.Meanwhile, Nicte and Scylla spend some quality time together working on their hand-to-hand combat techniques. It doesn't matter, because the Marshalls easily capture them, along with the rest of the unit. Cession jail looks nicer than real world jail, as the gang is imprisoned in a fancy old manor, where I'm sure tensions will stay low and no sexy times will be had.Alban Hearst meets up with Kara Brandt and has a very confusingly sexually charged conversation with her. This inspires him to cut his vocal chords out, in favor of an upgrade.Finally, President Wade tries to move against VP Silver, but the Camarilla beat her to the punch and blow up the White House before she can make a public address condemning the VP. Oh no!Support the show
“No matter what I believe to be true, there always seems to be another side to the question. If you were to put me to the torture, I'd probably confess that this is my analytic ideal: to consider the question from as many relevant perspectives as the mind can hold.” Welcome back to another episode of Made You Think! In this episode, Nat, Neil, and Adil talk about their key takeaways from The Revolt of the Public by Martin Gurri. With technology giving us access to more information than ever, the overall trust level between the public and the governing elite is at an all time low. We cover a wide range of topics including: The relationship between sources of information and their level of authority Nihilism resulting from a lack of trust in authority and the current system How cancel culture may keep people from taking action on their passions Power relations between the elites and the public The move from criticizing people to criticizing the systems themselves And much more. Please enjoy, and make sure to follow Nat, Neil, and Adil on Twitter and share your thoughts on the episode. Links from the Episode: Mentioned in the show: NASA Begins America's Mars Exploration Approach (30:08) Palmer Luckey - All In Summit (30:41) Anduril (30:55) Manhattan Project (33:38) IRB (34:53) Ben Shapiro's on cancel culture (40:56) National Enquirer (42:02) Nat's thread on taking action (43:25) Roe v Wade (48:31) Occupy movement (55:33) V for Vendetta (1:00:24) Pocket Casts (1:24:34) Stitcher (1:24:34) Books Mentioned: Revolt of the Public Seeing Like a State (0:53) (Book Episode) (Nat's Book Notes) The Fourth Turning (9:03) (Book Episode) The Dictator's Handbook (1:11:33) (Book Episode) (Nat's Book Notes) The Iliad (1:17:39) Chaos Monkeys (1:25:50) People Mentioned: Alex Jones (15:01) Dan Carlin (15:06) Joe Biden (19:14) Donald Trump (19:30) Joe Rogan (21:21) Elon Musk (23:44) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (25:53) Nassim Taleb (29:56) Jason Calacanis (30:50) Neil Ferguson (38:44) Ben Shapiro (40:37) Jeff Bezos (42:00) Greg Abbott (45:30) Beto O'Rourke (52:00) Andrew Yang (52:13) (Episode #47, #48) Antonio García Martínez (1:25:50) Show Topics: 0:43 In today's episode, Nat, Neil, and Adil are discussing Revolt of the Public by Martin Gurri. This will wrap up our crypto series, and if you're interested in more like this, be sure to check out some of our previous episodes! 4:02 Adil goes over some of the core ideas of the book, with one of them being the relationship between sources of information and their authority. When there's fewer sources of information, each source has greater authority. So if there's only one source, they are the sole authority. There's been an increase on news sources, and with so many sources, it opens up more opportunity for contradiction between them. 7:10 Negation; Many elections have been won by negation rather than inspiration. As we gain access to more and more information, it can become harder to trust authority. There's a need for a new system of trust and authority to emerge that can exist within this hyper-access to information we have. 12:09 In the Choices section of the book, there were two parts: 1. What individuals can do 2. What government can do. Gurri frames our current paradigms around authority as being emergent from the Industrial Age. When the public needs answers, they turn to institutions rather than individuals. "That passive mass audience on which so many political and economic institutions depended had itself unbundled, disaggregated, fragmented into what I call vital communities: groups of wildly disparate size gathered organically around a shared interest or theme." 16:33 How can you influence people in a subtle way? Adil makes a pyramid analogy, where the elites are at the top and the public is at the bottom. The elites are interested in increasing the distance between the top and the bottom, however the author argues that in order to succeed in the age of the Revolt of the Public, you actually need to reduce that space. "The quality that sets the true elites apart – that bestows authority on their actions and expressions – isn't power, or wealth, or education, or even peruasiveness. It's integrity in life and work. A healthy society is one in which such exemplary types draw the public toward them purely by the force of their example. Without compulsion, ordinary persons aspire to resemble the extraordinary, not superficially but fundamentally, because they wish to partake of superior models of being or doing." In the Industrial Age, it was common to believe that politicians and CEOs were super-people, but as we got more access to information, we became more aware that people aren't super-people, and that everyone is human. 20:46 It's not a matter of whether elites are good or bad, there's tradeoffs to having a society that leans more towards the elite side vs. public side. 26:37 The last chapter of the book is an updated edition, speaking on Trump and how he is in a way, the ultimate nihilistic politician. Reducing your distance from the public as a political figure helps you sell your story more. It's also about the way that you tell your story. Failing governments vs. failing companies- What's the difference? 32:34 Lack of big national projects in our lifetime. One big project was the Covid vaccine, but it wasn't the government that implemented this project. 33:59 The threshold for what's acceptable in research has changed since the 1970s, so there's a lot of work that we wouldn't be able to do now that may have been allowed decades ago. A lot of what politicians and other public figures do is almost immediately knowable due to technology and the speed at which news travels. A possible consequence of this could be fear of taking action. When we get to a point of wanting to take action, we may worry about things that we've done in the past that would be resurfaced. 40:03 Cancel culture. If you want to become a positive leader, negative things coming out can hurt you. By acknowledging your faults or even getting ahead of it, you can deflate some of the claims made. 43:04 Many people don't take action on something that they're passionate about. By posting about it, it takes away the felt need to act on it. It feels as if you've already acted on it, and the job is done. A protest may not convince people to change their mind that much, but a lot of the power comes from reminding politicians that they work for us, and also serves as a release of anger. Democracies have led to this tendency for politicians to promise more than they can deliver, and the public will vote for the politicians that promise to deliver the most, regardless of the amount of faith they have that they can execute those promises. 48:05 There's room for either political party to step up and bridge the gap on big issues, especially with with the recent Roe v Wade decision. 53:04 Covid's role in the Revolt of the Public. It changed our relationship with government authority. During this period of time, for many people it was the first time they really felt the presence of government in their life. 55:27 The book has a section about mass protest movements in the US and Europe. The citizens taking place in the protests are generally in the middle or upper-middle class, college-educated, and not actually the ones struggling in society. 59:10 Nihilism as a threat to democratic institutions. As institutions leak credibility and legitimacy, the blame shifts from individuals in the system (such as bad politicians and leaders) to the system. This results in lack of trust of authority, and in turn, people want to destroy everything to feel like there is progress being made in some type of way. 1:04:10 If you could implement one policy what would it be? Adil shares an idea of subsidizing exit costs from one state to another, where if someone wanted to move out of their state, they'd be provided with services and support. This would allow states to see the numbers of people staying and leaving, and there's consequences for passing unfavorable legislature. Nat's idea would be to have government agencies to cut their budgets by 90% for one year. A lot of the problems that exist in our country stem from financial irresponsibility. Neil shared that he would make Congress 10x larger while making it a part time, work from home job. The number of influential people in Congress is so small that it's easy to bribe them with their district. Initially, being a Congressman wasn't initially a full time job, as most had other roles and they just happened to serve in Congress too. They were more in touch with how people lived. 1:15:38 Nat shares a new technique he's using to track books he reads. He jots the date that he started reading the book with some notes about what's going on in life at the time. When finished, he will write in the book what book he's reading next. Over the years, the books will be networked together in physical form. 1:17:12 This concludes the crypto/libertarian series on Made You Think! The next book we're reading is The Iliad. We're using Tommy Collison's Great Books List to guide future episodes, and we're expanding it to encompass a wider range of books. Got any suggestions of books to add? Let us know! If you enjoyed this episode, let us know by leaving a review on iTunes and tell a friend. As always, let us know if you have any book recommendations! You can say hi to us on Twitter @TheRealNeilS, @adilmajid, @nateliason and share your thoughts on this episode. You can now support Made You Think using the Value-for-Value feature of Podcasting 2.0. This means you can directly tip the co-hosts in BTC with minimal transaction fees. To get started, simply download a podcast app (like Fountain or Breez) that supports Value-for-Value and send some BTC to your in-app wallet. You can then use that to support shows who have opted-in, including Made You Think! We'll be going with this direct support model moving forward, rather than ads. Thanks for listening. See you next time!
"Ms. Marvel" is Disney's first Muslim superhero to headline her own Marvel comic and television show. Directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah join us to talk about the heroic origins of the character, Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old Pakistani American from Jersey City, and to discuss the show's production.
Episode Summary: In this episode, we learned all about repositories and how to use them in a PowerShell context. We briefly discussed the challenges of working from Home. We learned how Adil got started in the PowerShell community including getting involved in the PowerShell Slack/Discord, attending PowerShell Summit, and even stepping up and helping put on an event: BridgeConf. Adil convinces Jordan to submit to speak at Summit 2023, and Jordan agrees. The crowd goes wild! We tried to capture the code that we ran on this episode in a transcript file, which can be found below. Guest Bio and links: Adil Leghari is a 15-year Sysadmin-turned-Solutions Engineer, who is super-passionate about PowerShell and automation. He's active in the PowerShell community Slack and Discord servers. When not working, he enjoys designing stickers, traveling, and giving back to the tech community. Adil Blog – adilio.io Adil Twitter - https://twitter.com/adilio PowerShell Community Call - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYCQArCXEiI Working with Repos - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/scripting/gallery/how-to/working-with-local-psrepositories?view=powershell-7.2 Get-PSRepository - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/PowerShellGet/Get-PSRepository?view=powershell-7.2 PowerShell Gallery - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/scripting/gallery/overview?view=powershell-7.2 Is it Down Again? - Is it Down Again? PowerShell Gallery Outage Mitigation Strategies by Adil Leghari - YouTube Show Notes Repo - show-notes/episodes at main · PowerShellPod/show-notes (github.com)
After a short hiatus, we are back recapping all the action on season 3 of Motherland Fort Salem! We enjoy a riveting hour of the girls moving boxes around a warehouse and living that not-so-glamourous dodger lifestyle. Raylla are hot and heavy, just how we like them. Adil has a case of the baby-crazies and Abigail isn't totally shooting that idea down. Tally and Nicte spend quality time on the roof together being sexy and talking about the future (literally).Abigail and Tally team up to ruin it for everyone with their selfish and reckless behavior, as they manage to blow the cover of dozens of dodgers by being super suspicious and leading the authorities right to the secret warehouse. Daddy Dodger is not amused and neither is Scylla.Meanwhile, VP Silver is up to his old tricks alongside Albin Hearst and a new evil blonde lady. What evil plots do they have in store for our witches and the mycellium network, hmmm? Thankfully we have a clue, thanks to super spy M on the case.Also, Penelope might be back, but in the form of a vengeful rain cloud. Definitely back? Sarah Alder (yeeeeeeeaaaah), freshly sprung from the earth somewhere in Spain and looking better than ever. Buckle up as we navigate the wild ride that season 3 is sure to hold for us. As always, we appreciate you leaving ratings or reviews on iTunes, Spotify and other platforms. Hit us up on Twitter (or Instagram and Tumblr) and talk with us about the show! You can find us at @FSWitchingHour or @mad_typist and @DJaedyxe. If you want to support our show you can also donate to our Patreon. Support the show
Lynda asks Robert to speak to Adil about his singing in the shower. Robert thinks Adil has an excellent voice; Lynda should cast him in her next production. As Lynda remarks her production days are over, Robert notes Lynda isn't Adil's biggest fan. Lynda confronts Adil herself about the singing, but when Robert drops in Lynda's history with local productions, Adil's keen to get involved. Lynda tells Adil she has no interest in working with someone who is out to destroy her community. Cautious, Adil tells them he's planning on holding a consultation with the village – he hopes Lynda will join. As he leaves Lynda berates Adil's cheek. Robert can't see Lynda's problem; Adil is a paying guest, a nice person and just doing his job. Chris bumps into Usha and asks after Amy, but Usha's more concerned about Chris. Chris feels bad about how things ended with Amy, but Usha tells Chris he did the decent thing. When Usha informs him Amy's met someone new, Chris says she deserves to be happy. Usha reminds Chris he deserves to be happy too. Chris confesses he's avoiding the family Father's Day lunch – he's too depressing to be around and his family have earned a day off. Usha is sympathetic as Chris tells her about the court hearing. She asks if he can talk to Alice, but Chris thinks it's too late. Usha encourages Chris not to catastrophise but to focus on the here and now, and enjoy Martha. Chris promises to try and do that.
With Ms. Marvel, the latest MCU TV show, set to debut on Disney+ this Wednesday (June 8), we've decided to bring you a special preview of the show, and what you can expect from Kamala Khan, the newest hero on the Marvel Cinematic Universe block. In this suitably embiggened episode of the Empire Podcast, Chris Hewitt chats with the show's key creatives — head directors Adil & Bilall, show creator and head writer Bisha K. Ali, and Kamala Khan co-creator and producer, Sana Amanat. These are largely spoiler-free chats, but they do touch upon certain things that happen in the first two episodes of the show, so be on the lookout should you wish to be remain spoiler-free. Or, you know, come back here after you've seen the first two episodes. Either way, it works for us. Enjoy! TIMESTAMPS! (timings approx.) Intro/Boring Chris bit -- 0:00.00 - 3:39.00 Adil & Bilall -- 3:40.00 - 17:30.00 Bisha K. Ali -- 17:31.00 - 36:35.00 Sana Amanat -- 36:36.00 - 51:05.00 Another boring Chris bit/call for spoiler special subscribers -- 51:06.00 - end
MORO WARRIOR tells the remarkable true story of the Philippine Muslim (Moro) resistance fighters of World War II—the most successful and least-known guerrillas of the Pacific Theater. It is the story of Mohammad Adil, a sword-wielding warrior chieftain commissioned as a junior officer in Douglas MacArthur's guerrilla army while still a teenager. Confident in his secret protective powers learned from a Sufi master, Adil roamed the highland rainforests with a price on his head, attacking Japanese outposts, surviving ambushes, and gaining a reputation as a man who could not be killed. www.morowarrior.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices