Episode 217. James B and Eddie read about Spider-Man spending time saving a criminal instead of apprehending him. The gold notebook plotline is resolved and is Joy Mercado going to replace MJ as Peter's love interest? Listen to find out! (01:32) From May, June, July of 1986 Stan Lee presents Web of Spider-Man 14-16 “All that Glitters”, “Fox Hunt”, and “Underworld” written by Daivid Michelinie, Pencils by Mike Harris and Marc Silvestri, Ink by Kyle Baker (12:37) Live with Eddie Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out our live meetup and Discord Channel here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit
Dolphins hit the practice field again after a patented "Coach's break up" Greeny has the Audacity to say Josh Allen is the most unfairly treated person in the league Who are we rooting for in Chiefs vs Bills? Manny Diaz back in the ACC? Georgia and FSU aren't the happiest campers following their playoff snub Rumors are swirling that the Seminoles may not take the field during the Orange Bowl What should the NCAA do about the pending Chaos? Does a refusal to play in the Orangebowl send a message to NCAA? We close the Hour out with a Marcos Mixed Bag
If you find yourself in a life that feels good on paper but isn't what ultimately lights you up, this episode is for you. Guest Jacy Lawler is host of the Have the Audacity Podcast and founder of the online personal development community the Audacious Collective. She is passionate about empowering women to step into their power, and is here to share her best tips + tricks with us! Listen to hear... How to give yourself more permission to have the audacity go for what you really want Where to begin if you don't know what your ultimate life looks like How to reconnect if you feel like you've lost yourself Ways your body speaks to you if you're out of alignment (and how to find your way back) Why it's OK not to follow cultural norms around when you should get married, go to school, or have the perfect career Small steps you can take to step back into your power today And so much more! — More to support you: My BOOK: Your Bright Life FREE Training: How to Earn $100/Hour Writing for Businesses Online Website Instagram — Connect with Jacy: Jacy's Instagram Jacy's website
Episode 115 finds the gals on the corner of Audacity & Advice as they discuss the merits of having a BUFFER when faced with uncomfortable & unpolished scenarios. Sometimes you need 'em; Sometimes you want 'em; Sometimes you just HAVE TO HAVE 'EM! Buffers aren't just limited to the infamous "Buffer Couple." Buffers come in all shapes and sizes: big buffers, small buffers, back-end buffers, pet buffers, baby buffers and blended buffers just to name a few! If you've ever been in an awkward situation and needed a buffer to help navigate the way, this is an unpolished episode you won't want to miss! Tune in today and Meet The Buffers as we break down all the wreckage! You can find Rachel's original article titled, "The Buffer Couple" at Silver Unpolished using this link: https://www.silverunpolished.com/2014/07/15/buffer-couple/ For More Unpolished Therapy Subscribe Wherever You Get Your Podcasts. Questions? Comments? Concerns? Email Us At UnpolishedTherapy@gmail.com Follow Us On Facebook & Instagram @UnpolishedTherapy
You're called for something bigger than where you're currently standing and you see proof all around you that it's possible. But the idea of putting yourself out there or having the tiniest possibility to achieve your own greatness can feel out of reach.Today, we're talking with Cassie Petrey about having the audacity to go for it – she's living proof that you can be a boyband fan girl and eventually own an agency that manages social media for The Backstreet Boys – all because she learned valuable skills, believed she could, and asked for it.In this episode, you'll learn:From fan girl to social media manager for music iconsLessons Cassie learned over her years in businessReframe how you think about managing social mediaThe incredible power and benefits of social mediaGet more comfortable with showing up on socialsNavigating critics, trolls, assumptionsHow Cassie got to work with The Backstreet Boys and Britney SpearsAdvice to help gain traction on social mediaCassie Petrey has been the woman behind some of the most iconic artists' social media marketing including Backstreet Boys, Camila Cabello, and Britney Spears. Cassie is the co-founder of Crowd Surf, a leading marketing and music management firm. She is an original fan girl whose tween admiration for the Backstreet Boys led her at age 12 to create a newsletter that reached fans worldwide — then years later she helped seal the band's decades-long superstardom by re-introducing them to next-generation fans. Her company Crowd Surf has worked with tech giants Apple and Google, and labels such as Universal, Disney, Sony, Warner, and more. Cassie is a Forbes 30 Under 30 and Billboard 30 Under 30 recipient, and she is a leading social media and artist management Hollywood powerhouse.Resources from this episodeJoin The Gutsy Collective Inner Circle - Gain clarity and make gusty moves with the support and energy of like-minded women. Inside the group, you'll find deeper connection, clarity, accountability, tools, and techniques to help you get out of your own way so that you can make shifts and move forward on your goals. I'll see you inside!Get the support you need and feel alive again! - My mission is to help you discover your own personal alignment so that you can feel deeply connected and expansively alive – all with ease and flow. Whether you are a brand new or aspiring entrepreneur, you have a growing small business, or you are an expanding CEO ready for your next level of success, I've got your back! Click here to learn about the 3 ways I can support you and your business.Connect with Cassie PetreyTwitter/X: @cassiepetreyInstagram: @cassiepetreyWebsite: crowdsurf.netConnect with LauraAuraFacebook: @thatlauraauraTikTok: @thatlauraauraInstagram: @thatlauraauraWebsite: LauraAura.comSupport the showTHANK YOU, GUTSY TRIBE!We love, love, love to read your comments, feedback, and reviews. If you haven't yet, drop us one below! Your review might even get highlighted within one of our gutsy love posts or on our website.https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-gutsy-podcast/id1445481970
Come with me to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to explore the exhibit Manet/Degas and uncover the secrets behind the paintings. These painters challenged societal norms and continue to stir debate. We're gonna explore the complexities of these impressionist artists and their works. In this episode… Delve into the complex bond shared by artists Manet and Degas Explore the secrets behind their art and its impact on art history Learn about the significance of other artists that made contributions to the Impressionist movement For full show notes, go to schulmanart.com/285
Episode 216. James B and Eddie discuss who is sanding furniture on the rooftop of Peter's building, how bad James B is at Chess and how bad the covers spoil what happens in the books. All that and more in three books from 1986 from the flagship title. (01:17) From April of 1986 Stan Lee presents The Amazing Spider-Man 275 “The Choice and the Challenge!” Written by Tom Defalco, penciled by Ron Frenz and finished by Josef Rubinstein (04:19) From May of 1986 Stan Lee presents ASM 276 “Unmasked” by Defalco, Frenz, and Brett Breeding. (08:42) From June of 1986 Stan Lee presents ASM 277 “The Rules of the Games!” by Defalco, Frenz, and Rick Parker (12:50) Public Service Announcement “Spider-Man says don't quit” Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out our live meetup and Discord Channel here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit
SO NOW LARSA THINKS GUERDY IS FAKING… CANCER?! WHO IS SHE, BROOKS?! One thing you can ALWAYS count on: Larsa Pippen Jordan O'Neal Curry James having AUDACITY! UNMITIGATED GALL! GUMPTION IN THE WORST POSSIBLE MEANING! In addition to the Real Housewives of Miami, I discuss the latest HILARIOUS episode of Married to Medicine, talk about my experience seeing Beyonce's new concert film in IMAX, why the Real Housewives of Potomac aren't doing it for me (more to come later this week), and so much more! *** HEY! Some of you have asked how you can show your appreciation for all of the content provided by your mama's favorite Black geek. How about you buy me a beer/coffee? CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT! *** New episodes of “Reality & Comics Too” are released weekly! DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE, AND REVIEW! I LOVE 5 STARS! EMAIL ME AT REALITYCOMICSTOO@GMAIL.COM! FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As the 2023 holiday season is moving into full swing, I am joined by the joyful and delightful Kristoffer Hughes, certainly a helper of Father Christmas himself. We talk about the beautiful Yuletide/Midwinter Tarot he created with the gorgeous artwork of Erin O'Leary Brown. This delighful and festive deck is sure to reach through the divinatory veil and bring forth messages of great meaning. The deck includes images from folklore of Europe and a fully illustrated minor arcana adapting the Rider-Waite-Smith style to fit the wintery theme. With figures like the Mari Lwyd, Saint Nicholas, Krampus, the Ghost of Christmas yet to be, Father Christmas, and more, you are sure to experience a Yuletide inspiration to remember with your readings during the season and year round. Kristoffer explains his own experiences and inspirations that went in to crafting this tarot deck and we expand on a few of our favorite characters of the season. Join us for a truly enjoyable chat. Follow Kristoffer on Facebook: @kristoffer.hughes and Instagram: @kristofferdruid and follow Llewllyn Books. You can get the deck from Llewellyn directly or from your favorite bookshop or seller. Use my special link to save 30% off your first month of any Zencastr paid plan. Follow my channel on Instagram: @wyrdgifts1 Facebook: @GiftsoftheWyrd Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Order The Christmast Oracle Deck created by me and artist Vinnora at https://feniksshop.etsy.com follow FB/IG: @thechristmasoracle Please leave feedback on Apple and other podcast providers. This helps the podcast to be found easier. Music. Intro: Holiday Hustle. Outgoing/transitions: The Night Before Christmas. Royalty free music from https://www.fesliyanstudios.com Please do not add this audio content to the YouTube Content ID System. I have used background music which is owned by FesliyanStudios. Logo Created by Xan Folmer. Logo based on the Vanic boar created by Vanatru Priestess Ember of the Vanic Conspiracy. Studio recordings by Zencastr and Audacity.
When does your courage get activated? Can you even activate your courage if you aren't facing your fears? In this continuation of our Arabic Parts series Ciera and Mimí dive into the traditional thoughts and meanings behind activating this war-time energy, as well as applying it to modern day astrology and everyday use. Tune in to chat about finding your most rightful and powerful feelings, as well as the days in which you might need to approach life with some courage! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thestarsmademedoit/support
Prepare to have your entrepreneurial spirit ignited, as we unmask the audacious business approach of billionaire Tyler Perry in today's riveting discussion. From audacious investments to a fearless attitude towards losing money, Tyler Perry's visionary mindset is laid bare for you to draw inspiration from. You'll get a unique glimpse into how this titan of the entertainment industry balances his life in the present while strategically planning and executing for a prosperous future. As a bonus, we'll also share some intriguing, lesser-known facets of Perry's personal life that will surely leave you with a more intimate understanding of this industry mogul.But the learning doesn't stop there! We're going to dissect the key elements of Perry's extraordinary resilience, unyielding determination, and incessant grind. Drawing insights from a documentary on Perry's life, you'll understand the significance of maintaining momentum, making sacrifices for your brand, and most importantly, staying laser-focused on your goals. The story of Tyler Perry stands as an inspiration to us all, and a testament to what can be achieved through hard work, dedication, and an unshakeable spirit. So, fasten your seatbelts for this exhilarating conversation, you're about to learn from one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the entertainment industry.
A group of young people are out and about one snowy night in Hampstead, Northwest London, when strange laughter and mysterious voices seem to be changing both themselves and the world around them. This original recording is an audio presentation by Jasper L'Estrange for EnCrypted Horror. “The Last Laugh” by D. H. Lawrence (1925). You can hear me discuss this story by joining as a YouTube channel member or becoming a Patreon patron and listening to The EnCrypted Postmortem.
Episode 215. James B and Eddie discuss three books, including one of the best issues of Peter Parker the Spectacular Spider-Man of all time. Santa Claus comes to Midtown. A new girl kisses Peter. From January of 1986 Stan Lee presents Peter Parker the Spectacular Spider-man 110 “All my Sins remembered” By Peter David, Rich Buckler and Inked by M. Hands. From February of 1986 Stan Lee presents PPtSSM 111 “...And Then the Gods Cried.” By Peter David, Penciled by Rich Buckler, Inedk by M. Hands. From March of 1986 Stan Lee presents PPtSSM 112 “You never make a sound” By Peter David, Mark Beachum, and Pat Redding. Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out our live meetup and Discord Channel here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit
Stranded in a rainy manufacturing city and in need of money, a down-on-his-luck actor accepts a job at Mugivan's Waxworks. But when dusk falls, the wax figures in the chamber of Curiosities and Horrors seem to take on a life of their own, and one in particular begins to exert a powerful influence over the hapless attendant. This original recording is an audio presentation by Jasper L'Estrange for EnCrypted Horror. “Mrs Raeburn's Waxwork” by Lady Eleanor Smith (1931). You can hear me discuss this story by joining as a YouTube channel member or becoming a Patreon patron and listening to The EnCrypted Postmortem.
Cons gonna con.Guy Goma realizing he has made a mistake.Antonio Banderas lying his way into Hollywood and our hearts. Get bonus content on Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 214. James B and Eddie debate whether Spider-Man is a menace, JJJ is a bully, and whether Peter's apartment caught on fire or just suffered smoke damage. (01:26) From Feb, March, and April of 1986 Stan Lee presents Web of Spider-Man 11,12 and 13 “Have you seen that Vigilante Man”, “Law and Order”, and “Point of View”, Written by Danny Fingeroth, Bill Mantlo, and Peter David Art by Bob Mcleod and Sal Buscema Ink by Kyle Baker (03:46) Segment - Reading from the book (15:00) Listeners The Daily Bugle Presents: Live with Eddie. Each week the Daily Bugle lets Eddie interview someone at the scene of these stories. Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B and Eddie and Irving Forbush. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out our live meetup and Discord Channel here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit
On episode 258, Sabrina and Britten discuss unshaming Sagittarius, inspired by Britten's compelling Unshaming the Signs series.Join Unshaming the SignsPre-order Britten's new bookwww.brittenlarue.comInstagram: @brittenlaruePodcast: Moon to MoonWorkbooks & Other Tools: In Case of Emergence✨
Author and cultural observer, Roxane Gay, examines the landscape of the internet and our relationship with it. We discuss the line between constructive criticism and online toxicity; how to decide when to speak up and when to stay quiet; and how to stay human and allow redemption in an online world that demands perfection. Plus, a breakdown of our shared unguilty pleasure: Naked Attraction. About Roxane: Roxane Gay is the author of several books, including Ayiti, An Untamed State, New York Times bestsellers Bad Feminist and Hunger; and the national bestseller Difficult Women. Her writing appears in Best American Mystery Stories, Best American Short Stories, Best Sex Writing, A Public Space, McSweeney's, Tin House, Oxford American, American Short Fiction, Virginia Quarterly Review, and many others. She is a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times. She also has a newsletter, “The Audacity” – and once had a podcast, The Roxane Gay Agenda. Her latest book, Opinions, is available now. TW: @rgay IG: @roxanegay74 To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 213. James B and Eddie dive deep into the Tom DeFalco era. Eddie discusses the historical crime rates of New York. Spider-Man is offered cash to fight the Beyonder. (02:24) From January of 1986 Stan Lee presents ASM 272 “Make Way for Slyde!” written by Tom DeFalco, Penciled by Sal Buscema, Finished by Kyle Baker (08:23) From February of 1986 Stan Lee presents The Amazing Spider-Man 273 “To Challenge the Beyonder!” by Defalco, Frenz, and Rubenstein (12:30) From March of 1986 Stan Lee presents ASM 274 “Lo, There Shall Come a Champion!” by Defalco, Frenz, and Rubinstein. (14:44) Sponsor - Cosmic Oneness Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by Eddie. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out our live meetup and Discord Channel here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit
Today we kick start a small Monday series where we look over the DAW's that you have available to you for podcasting editing in 2023. First we're talking about a personal favourite of the Ginni Media Team: Audacity.You can download Audacity for free here:https://www.audacityteam.org/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Praying, especially when we're asking for help, can sometimes feel like we're bothering God. In this episode, Pastor Colleen and Emer Kate explore the Parable of the Friend at Midnight. Through this story Jesus teaches us to be bold and pray with shameless audacity. All Places Together (APT) is a non-geographic community, based in Virginia. APT seeks to gather individuals who are searching for God in the wilderness of life, individuals who deeply want to connect to something beyond themselves, and individuals who believe the love of Jesus is embodied in all of God's diverse creation. Thank you to our Mission Partners: Virginia Synod (www.vasynod.org) and Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (www.elca.org). To give to All Places Together, visit our website: http://www.allplacestogether.org/ Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the button "Give to All Places Together". This will take you to the APT giving page. Enter your contribution amount to the basket and follow the instructions to check out!
We're Going To Take A Break For The Holidays After This Intense Info Jam Packed, VOBS TECH-TALK #114. Don't miss it because: In George's Tech Update this week we cover: Waves Clarity De-Reverb is the real deal (take a listen to this sample before/after) Issues fixed in Adobe Audition version 24.0 (But no new features?) Audacity update 3.4 creates major problems. 3.4.1 was a try to fix And In Dan's Basic Basics: Riding the gainand mic technique. Plus we answer your important questions! Catch the replay all week, or listen to the podcast wherever you listen to podcasts!. We love our fans and donors for your continued support. VOBS can't be here without YOU and our other great supporters: Voiceoveressentials.com, VOHeroes.com Sourceelements.com, VoiceOverXtra.com, VOICEACTORWEBSITES.com And World-Voices.org
First up in the news: Ubuntu 24.04 gets a name, Mozilla Doubles Down on Firefox DEB Package, Discord is now official on Flathub, scrcpy gets an update, LXQt 1.4.0 is released, Firefox Accounts gets a Mozilla rename, Brave launches an AI, there is a new Audacity, OpenELA forms to preserve RHEL access, Element gets a new license, Proton has a new app, Fedora 39 is released, and OBS Studio 30 is out Then in our Wanderings: Bill gets things linked up, Joe plays with Nextcloud, Moss shuffles his files around, Majid plays musical chairs, and Eric finally buys a tablet. Download
When their previously happy marriage becomes strained, an author considers an affair? But could he ever leave his beloved Mary? And what is the secret of the five trees that stand in the field beyond their cottage? This original recording is an audio presentation by Jasper L'Estrange for EnCrypted Horror. “Field with Five Trees” by Hugh Walpole (1934). You can hear me discuss this story by joining as a YouTube channel member or becoming a Patreon patron and listening to The EnCrypted Postmortem.
In 1970, Dr. Marcus Foster was hired as the first Black superintendent of the Oakland Unified School District. Widely recognized as one of the greatest educators of his generation, he was brought here to help rescue a deeply troubled system. Within three years of his arrival, exactly 50 years ago this month, Foster was assassinated by a shady militant group that called itself the Symbionese Liberation Army. Even though many of the details of Foster's death are known, it remains one of the most mysterious murders of a notoriously turbulent era. Although the SLA supposedly emerged from Berkeley's revolutionary underground, there are some startling connections that point to a far more complicated story. On the anniversary of this tragic killing, this episode celebrates the legacy of Foster's impact on Oakland school and also delves into the murky origins of the group responsible for this death. The first segment features Patanisha Williams, the curator “The Audacity to Believe,” an exhibit about Dr. Marcus Foster currently on display at the African American Museum and Library at Oakland. The second half of the show includes bestselling author and investigative journalist David Talbot, who wrote about the SLA in his book “Season of the Witch: Enchantment, Terror, and Deliverance in the City of Love.” Music for this episode was generously provided by Jason Stinnett and Justin Lee. To see images & more, visit: https://eastbayyesterday.com/episodes/he-was-bringing-people-together/ Note: As I was finalizing production on this episode, KQED Arts published an article about alleged financial mismanagement by the Marcus Foster Education Institute. You can read about the allegations here: https://www.kqed.org/arts/13937772/artist-as-first-responder-marcus-foster-education-institute This episode is supported by UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals. I highly recommend checking out their new podcast, “Revolutionary Care: An Oakland Story,” a series about the history of treating sickle cell anemia: www.ucsfbenioffchildrens.org/sickle-cell East Bay Yesterday can't survive without your donations. Please make a pledge to keep this show alive: www.patreon.com/eastbayyesterday.
As the railroads tried and failed to control flooding in the Salton Sink, state and federal leaders realized America needed a bigger solution. With the Great Depression in full swing, workers from across the country traveled to Vegas in hopes of working on the Hoover Dam. In the second part of this week's two-part episode, Ben, Noel and Max explore the construction of this modern marvel -- and bust some of the most popular Hoover myths along the way.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jess Whetsel is a poet, writer, editor, and public speaker based in Toledo, Ohio on Erie, Kickapoo, Seneca, and Odawa land. Her poetry has appeared in many literary journals, including Tulip Tree Review, Discretionary Love, and Sage Cigarettes. Her first collection of poetry, A SOFTER KIND OF AUDACITY, debuts on December 1, 2023. You can learn more about Whetsel and her work on her website, www.jesswhetsel.com, or by following her Instagram, @jesswhetselwrites.A Softer Kind of Audacity BOOK RELEASE: Friday Dec. 1 www.jesswhetsel.comhttps://substack.com/@jesswhetselIG @jesswhetselwritesBOOK DESCRIPTION A Softer Kind of Audacity is an unflinching self-examination. Author Jess Whetsel's poetry debut is “a book is for the little girl with wild curls and a poem in her heart; the teenager who scribbled lyrics in her notebook like her life depended on it; the twenty-something who swallowed her voice and didn't think she'd ever write again; and the woman who finally came home to her poetry, her voice, herself.” Exploring themes of queerness, mental health, and generational trauma, Whetsel opens the door wide and invites everyone in.From identity falling in ineffable teenage love to mid-life polyamory, Whetsel does not turn away from the truth.Support the show
Episode 212. James B and Eddie complain about Daredevil not wanting to get involved during the continuing four partt saga The Death of Jean DeWolff. Spider-Man learns how Captain DeWolff felt about him and feels emotions. Eddie too has “real emotional thoughts” as we read about a bunch of funerals and more murders including the death of a priest in this pair of Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man books! (00:27) Keep me out of this cell or I'll be a sell out (1:44) PPPPN Sponsor - From November of 1985 Stan Lee presents Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man 108 ‘The Death of Jean Dewolff part two:“Sin of Pride”' by Peter David, Penciled by Rich Buckler, Inkers Brett Breeding, Josef Rubinstein, Kyle Baker, and Pat Redding (06:41) From December of 1985 Stan Lee presents Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man 109 “He Who is Without Sin” By Peter David, Rich Buckler, and Brett Breeding (08:11) Read Along (17:21) PPPPN Sponsor - Who Can You Trust? Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B and Eddie. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out feedspot for rankings of all Spider-Man podcasts: https://podcasts.feedspot.com/spiderman_podcasts/ Check out our live meetup and Discord Channel here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit
For today's episode you need to have read CHAPTER 37 of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix! We chat about the aftermath of the ministry visit and Dumbledore's audacity! Thank you to everyone who came to my Leaky panels or tuned in via live stream! You guys are the best! For next episode, finish OOTP and get ready to jump into Half Blood Prince! Follow us: @firstyearspod Email us: firstyearspodcast @ gmail . com
Two children are encouraged to misbehave by a mysterious girl in the village. Their mother warns them what will happen if their naughtiness persists… ***STAY TUNED AT THE END FOR A BONUS STORY*** This original recording is an audio presentation by Jasper L'Estrange for EnCrypted Horror. “The New Mother” by Lucy Clifford (1882). You can hear me discuss this story by joining as a channel member or becoming a Patreon patron and listening to The EnCrypted Postmortem. 0:00 Intro/Blue Eyes & The Turkey 5:50 The village girl 21:54 The second meeting 39:14 The song of the pear drum 49:43 The New Mother 56:28 BONUS STORY
Episode 211. James B and Eddie read a trio of Web of Spider-Man issues dealing with serious social issues, the past, and some heavy topics. Also the Shocker. (01:25) From November of 1985 Stan Lee presents Web of Spider-Man 8, 9, 10 “Local SuperHero!”, “The Twilight Heroes”, and “There, But for Fortune!” Written by David Michelinie and Danny Fingeroth, Pencils by Geof Sherwood Jim Mooney, Ink by Vince Colletta https://readallcomics.com/web-of-spider-man-v1-008/ Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. For other great Spider-Man podcasts check out: https://podcasts.feedspot.com/spiderman_podcasts/ Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B and Eddie. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out our live meetup and Discord Channel here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit
Episode 210. James B and Eddie read what they believe is the first Spider-Man issue produced by an all female lineup. (03:14) From November of 1985 Stan Lee presents The Amazing Spider-Man 270 “The Hero and the Holocaust!” by Tom Defalco, Ron Frenz and Bob Mcleod (05:41) From September of 1985 Stan Lee presents The Amazing Spider-man 271 “What happened to Crusher Hogan?” by DeFalco, Renz and Rubinstein (11:05) From 1985 Stan Lee presents ASM Annual 19 “Fun ‘N' Games” Written by Louise Simonson, Breakdowns by Mary Wilshire, Finishes by Pat Redding Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out feedspot for rankings of all podcasts: https://podcasts.feedspot.com/spiderman_podcasts/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Join our Discord Channel by using this link on discord: https://discord.gg/GvbvtDRj Check out our live meetup here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit
Cette semaine : Robocop: Rogue City, Steam Deck OLED++ annoncé, bug de stockage Android 14 enfin patché ?, Xiaomi HyperOS, Audacity 3.4 se prend pour un DAW, Facebook et Insta sans pub ?, Nintendo veut un film Live de Zelda, The Marvels, Intel i7-14700K, Apple M3 / M3 Pro / M3 Max (non y'a pas d'ultra), et Apple MacBook Pro 16' M3 Max + M3 Pro. Lisez plutôt Torréfaction #273 : Robocop: Rogue City, Steam Deck OLED, The Marvels, Apple M3, M3 Pro, M3 Max et Macbook Pro avec sa vraie mise en page sur Geekzone. Pensez à vos rétines.
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Wayne steps to the fore this week, as life got in the way, and Paul wasn't able to make it to the cinema to see the early, limited release of the new David Fincher film, The Killer. But ever reliable Wayne had you all covered and so he's Johnny-on-the-spot with his review and, well, there might be a surprise or two in store for those who count Wayne among the Fincher-fans of the world ... Meanwhile, Paul throws in his 2 cents with a shot at Audacity for their latest update. Absolutely no spoilers this week, then, as Paul has yet to see it. So jump on board to find out whether you should Killer it up on Netflix when it drops on Nov 10th, as The Countdown continues ... Check out the show's first draft of a website for your one-stop shop for all things related to The Countdown. But if you want more specific directions, find so many more Countdowns - all the way back to Episode 40! - on our Podbean site. Join The Countdown Podcast Listener Community on Facebook so you can interact more directly with Paul and Wayne and vote in the weekly poll for who has the best list! Want to hear a whole bunch of additional content? Head on over to Patreon to fond out how and see what you're missing.
Join Keaira LaShae and KP as they discuss their take on the viral story of a woman who shockingly refused to go on a date to the Cheesecake Factory. #relationshippodcast #marriedlife #theperfectcouplepodcast #podcast #podcasting #podcastclips #relationships#relationshipadvice
Episode 209. James B and Eddie discuss a Michael Jackson look alike, Janet Van Dyne in lingerie and part one of the death of Jean DeWolff (00:27) PPPPN Sponsor - Just Thinking About It Fills My Pallet With Savage Desire (01:52) From Oct 1985 Stan Lee Presents Peter Parker the Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 5 “Ace” by David, Beachum and Rubenstein (06:15) From July of 1985 Stan Lee presents Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man 105 “United We Fall” by David, McDonell and Breeding (09:56) From August of 1985 Stan Lee presents Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man 106 “No Fury” once again by David, McDonell and Breeding (12:07) Segment - “James B's favorite Page” (15:07) From September of 1985 Stan Lee presents Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man 107 “Original Sin” by David, Buckler and Breeding (20:00) PPPPN Sponsor - It Kills Me To Do This Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Join our Discord Channel by using this link on discord: https://discord.gg/GvbvtDRj Check out our live meetup here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit
Here are the topics covered in this episode, and the time in the file for each. Welcome to 256 0:00 Now and then is out, and there's more Beatles magic coming 1:17 ACB's National Office is now on Mastodon 7:42 Comments on the Userway interview 8:25 Enjoying my Mantis Q40 17:09 Responding to Ring video doorbell notifications efficiently 22:20 Enabling audio description on Samsung TVs 24:42 The Victor Reader Stream 27:35 Songs that make me feel weird 36:07 Seeking language learning apps 37:43 Comments on recent topics 38:57 Audio description resources 45:57 Finding Employment 47:40 Personal Voice, BrailleNote Touch and an Audacity question 50:21 Experiments with hearing technology 52:49 Author of "Life Unseen",Selena Mills 1:05:46 Closing and contact info 2:00:06
As the patron saint of both our friendship and our podcast, SJB has an open invitation to join us on mic at any time. And this week, she's come hooooooooome at laaaaaaaaaaast! Tony Award winner Stephanie J. Block is back on the pod to talk (and maybe scream) with the boys about tackling Norma Desmond and the Baker's Wife back to back to back. Plus, the boys get Sentimental about Wicked's 20th Anniversary.- - - - -Looking for a way to support the pod? Join us in the Green Circle, our paid Patreon subscription. Subscribers get perks like bonus episodes, a spot on our Instagram Close Friends and extended editor's cut versions of each new episode. Join the Green Circle today!Looking for a no cost way to support the pod? Give us a great rating and review on whatever app you use to listen to podcasts. Your handprint will be on our hearts forever.If you're looking to get in touch, find us on Instagram, Twitter (or X or whatever), TikTok and Threads at @sentmenpod. Or you can shoot us an email at email@example.com.
In this episode of AUDACITY, Letisha embarks on a journey of self-discovery to help you uncover your calling in this season of life. She crafted a set of thought-provoking questions that will guide you in this exploration. What keeps coming back to you? What feels like it never truly dies but takes on new life when you pay attention? We'll delve into what your friends wouldn't be surprised to see you doing and the activities that make you feel complete and help lead you to your God-given calling and a more fulfilling life. Connect with Letisha:IG: @LetishaBereolaJoin GLOWY Group, a free Facebook community for modern-day Christian Women.
In the final installment of the "Redefine Success And Add The Audacity" series, we tackle a juicy question: what should your environment feel like for audacity to bloom? Leah C. Murphy, CEO of Career Gems for the Journey, takes a unique angle targeting the power an organization has on your self-perception in the workplace — emphasizing the significant role managers play in boosting your psychological health.
Jamie Byng is the CEO and publisher of the independent publishing firm Canongate Books. When Canongate was on the verge of bankruptcy in 1994, Byng, then in his mid-20s, bought it with a business partner. His first move in overhauling the company's image was to establish the ultra-hip Payback and Rebel Inc. imprints, dedicated to championing cult authors. Over a series of years, the publisher became a radical underdog success story not only publishing wonderful books by Miranda July and The Mighty Boosh but also two books by an, at the time, little-known Senator in Barack Obama—Dreams From My Father and The Audacity of Hope. Jamie continues to be a maverick and taste-maker in the industry, taking chances on bold titles and authors and navigating an industry with an ever-consolidating base of power. ------- Thank you to the sponsors that fuel our podcast and our team: Manna Vitality https://mannavitality.com/ ------- Squarespace https://squarespace.com/tetra ------- LMNT Electrolytes https://drinklmnt.com/tetra ------- House of Macadamias https://www.houseofmacadamias.com/tetra
Episode 208. James B and Eddie are joined by Sara Pezel to discuss breakfast foods for guests, breakfast foods served by Pizza places and insults from old people. (02:15) From Sept of 1985 Stan Lee Presents The Amazing Spider-Man 268 “This Gold is Mine” by DeFalco, Ferenz and Rubenstein (06:56) From Oct of 1985 Stan Lee Presents The Amazing Spider-Man 269 “Burn Spider Burn” by DeFalco, Ferenz and Rubenstein https://readallcomics.com/amazing-spider-man-v1-269/ (14:34) Sponsor - Tony's Pizza Theme Music by Jeff Kenniston. This Episode Edited by James B using Audacity and Cleanfeed. Summaries written by James B. Most Sound effects and music generously provided royalty free by www.fesliyanstudios.com and https://www.zapsplat.com/ Check out all the episodes on letsreadspiderman.podbean.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out our live meetup and Discord information here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mW6htjJUHOzlViEvPQqR-k68tClMGAi85Bi_xrlV7w/edit