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Everything I wrote before this led up to it and everything since is coming to terms with it. I'll include the lyrics this time. The vocals are odd in spots because I was choking back tears. I never thought this would get done. Your world ain't my world But my sun is your sun And I guess that it always was Cry, forgotten ones Love and hate Congregate Celebrate Love and Hate Dawn don't feel so good 'Cause nothing's understood And she's been wasting time And she's been forced to find a new time Barely holding on Tracking footsteps in the rain Of a darkness spawned Never going home again She's insane She's insane She's insane She's insane Midnight's broken The highway's spoken "I don't have a soul" Thought Remote Control Heaven's cruelest joke Crossroads sign is broke Dawn breathes reprieves Remote just leaves Dawn burns best at night When she feels it's right From her flows a glory Hellkind's meanest story Dawn wakes up beneath Remote Control Knows that she's there just to play her role Naked oozing love she becomes light Leaves her drooling walks out through the night To the show To the show To the show To the show Remote Control never will wake up Dawn's spent ashes combust and erupt Become one with everything and sing Desperate for the hope tomorrow brings To the show To the show To the show To the show She's reading Dharma Bums Preaching with a gun Haiku in the sun oh my sweet Jesus Flower petal burns Crash a sharp right turn Nothing's what you earn when you're in pieces Maybe she met you Made you join her crew Poetry for you that's nothing special Crack the whip and dash Where the sorrows clash Happiness is what she did embezzle Naked on the TV screen Dawn hit the mainstream I saw her on the magazine Freak in the mainstream Everybody's angst Is all but a prank Payed by you on you in times of vigor Dogma by the ton Everyone got one Shouting it about al full of rigor So be a Dharma Bum Suck your goddamn thumb Curl into a ball that's like a fetus Where's her zen cash crew? They don't know what to do Baby, we just need someone to lead us Give me fish I'm on my knees Freaks in the mainstream I saw her on the magazine What does it all mean? And when the lights go down We're lying naked on the ground And when the lights come up We mean to interrupt And when the light does bend Then we're you're only friends And when the light does fade We sing our serenade In my fantasy dance billions Chilling in a skinless ville Come forth and feel the beating of the drums When orgasmic screams of passion Happen and the waves crash at A distant forest fire that's just the sun Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup In an ancient land a man stood motionless He called forth all the powers of the devil To his hand In a modern time cry people Looking for a savior Find the strength to live You got it Form a band Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup War torn like a tenement It's all a big experiment There ain't no wrong or right when you hate god Evil seeps like rotting corpses Lectured on in college courses Piling up as if it were not odd Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Underneath the circus tent There sits a man his back is bent And in his hand his only son he holds a knife He says "hey, son, go on and do the job it's just begun and slice the trapeze rope it's all, yeah, just a life" Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Inside a cab a slab of meat Drives aimless through the city streets He works for nothing Gunfight all the time Then one fine day he snaps and wraps His hand around a nine and zaps A gas and go quadruple murder crime Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Walls of water feed corruption Deconstructed interruptions Naked timeless tunnels of the soul Bang and pop and cry the sky Shines on newborn forgotten son To teenage momma born from rock and roll Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup sinkittup Your world ain't my world But my sun is your sun And I guess that it always was Cry Forgotten ones Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum A song for all the hearts that are departed A song for all the hearts that are departed A song for all the hearts that are departed A song for all the hearts that are departed Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Walking through Ancient Rome Everything's the same So I turn my back To the riverbed And children and their games Hello, friends I'm here to please To break the wickid ways Life's a myth a And so is this And so is judgement day I seen too soon Another swoon Running from a gun I felt the world Shrivel up Hell I'm only having fun Interviewing Dawn on judgement day Interviewing Dawn on judgement day Subadai Took Europe's sons And put them in the grave Built a world On top of them Vanished in the haze The Khan he sighed 'Cause he was bored And turned his mind to east Crushed their souls Drank from bowls Took pleasure in the feast Interviewing Dawn on judgement day Interviewing Dawn on judgement day "What you done?" Said Caesar's son And plunged the knife in deep The Gallic ones Were slaughtered by The Roman Nobilise Nobody lived To tell the tale History turned her back IRL For you and me It started in Iraq Interviewing Dawn come judgement day Interviewing Dawn come judgement day A song for al the hearts that are departed A prayer for those who never got it started A valentine for all the broken hearted A joke for all the bitterness departed A blindman's leap into a void suggestion A glimpse of hope for all thoise in depression No answer to the everlasting question Bask, become a target, no regression Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum Welcome to the vacuum If the world were perfect the dodo would live Brotherhood and sisterhood woud be the words to give Laughter would float endlessly up through a tearless sky Giant trees would shade a peace that never says "goodbye" In a world levitation Don't stand in line to find regeneration in all human kind You need no explanation Feel free to see reality And be for what you want to be Although I know the show won't start Take aim and touch my bleeding heart If the world were perfect I wouldn't lose my keys War would be a rhyme for door and there would be no need for peace A skinless man and woman would be all that we would need Money would be funny and we'd all say "what is greed?" But all the time my optimism fades And I get too hung up to struggle for the shade The world seems so unkind Build the nerve to climb out of this hole If the world were perfect I wouldn't sing this song If the world were perfect we'd be one big dancing throng In a world levitation Don't stand in line to find regeneration in all human kind You need no explanation Feel free to see reality And be for what you want to be Although I know the show won't start Take aim and touch my bleeding heart Packed in the slave ship side by side The slave ship captain enjoy the ride They bought and sold him flesh on leash From his home on the African beach And they trade his heart for gold What the white man sold The war was fought bondage gone 1860s protest song General Lee to MLK Elvis Presley in the USA And the time she rumbles on Hatred not long gone And she knows what she knows At he dawn of our millennium Bottled water and titanium Packed in the ghetto side by side His father owned his father they're side by side Neither one can make the rent Hatred raging action spent Cry forgotten ones I can walk away disgusted It ain't us against them It's us against us It's friend against friend So you know everything So you have got it done So your world will live on Cry forgotten son Your world is so mapped out From what your father planned Smile at the face of sickness It bites the other hand 'Cause your world ain't my world But my sun is your sun And I guess that it always was Cry forgotten ones Your world ain't my world Killing for your god Written in the scriptures Your word is a lie People work and people play People sing and people dance People love and people hate People live and people die Your world ain't my world Your world ain't my world Your world ain't my world Your world ain't my world
As Ferris would say, "Life comes at you pretty fast!" On this episode of LMPALT the fellas build a list of things barely around any more. Like newspapers. And manually operated car windows. And smoking sections in restaurants. And so much more that symbolize a bygone era. Join hosts Brian and Mark putting their list together, then get in touch with the show and share what you think life is passing by.
Samford gave the Florida Gators quite a scare, but Dan Mullen's team pulled away in the end. The problem is that Florida was expected to beat Samford by almost 40 points- and the Gators' latest lackluster showing does not bode well for Mullen's future in Gainesville. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neil-shulman/support
The Gulf of Maine is one of the fastest-warming bodies of saltwater on the planet. In Portland, Maine, sea levels are expected to rise 10 to 17 inches by 2030 from the levels in 2000. Christopher Booker reports on how the city is trying to adapt to climate change as flooding from sea level rise increases. The story is part of our ongoing initiative, Peril & Promise: The Challenge of Climate Change. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
The Gulf of Maine is one of the fastest-warming bodies of saltwater on the planet. In Portland, Maine, sea levels are expected to rise 10 to 17 inches by 2030 from the levels in 2000. Christopher Booker reports on how the city is trying to adapt to climate change as flooding from sea level rise increases. The story is part of our ongoing initiative, Peril & Promise: The Challenge of Climate Change. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
This week Natalie talks to Meghan about attempting to have sex in a park during covid but humans are gross, the rolodex being burned, how comedy is cathartic but its still not therapy, they ask what even is control?, learning how to let things go, projecting on other people, and a fish loses an eye.... Check out Meghan shows: Barely making it at the tiny cupboard every other Sunday at 5:30 Young Ethels the first and third Tuesday of every month at 7pm
You Just Barely Missed Him “Close only counts with horseshoes and grenades” is something I heard my Dad say a million times. In this passage in John we see a man almost miss finding Jesus. And we see examples of people who were close, but “just missed” finding Jesus. What are the things that distract us from finding the true source of living water and eternal life? Click on the links below for additional Cascade Church resources. Connect Card: https://cascadechurch.org/connectcard Give Online: https://cascadechurch.org/give Kid's Resources: https://cascadechurch.org/children Context of John Guide: https://bit.ly/3nBBXdf
In this episode Carli Jo is coming on the podcast to share both of her birth stories! Her first birth was an uncomplicated pregnancy followed by a 34 hour labor. During her second pregnancy she found out she had a clotting disorder, gestational diabetes, and low platelets. This second pregnancy Carli Jo had an extremely rapid labor and BARELY made it to the hospital! ____________________ If you enjoyed this episode please subscribe and share with your mama friends! wanna be on the podcast? https://www.whatthebumpclt.com/podcast connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatthebumpclt/ our website / blog: whatthebumpclt.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/what-the-bump/support
Farzin is back for another episode to discuss the Chiefs winning two ugly games consecutively and what that means for their upcoming game against the Raiders. Farzin also discusses what the Raiders have recently dealt with and why every coach and parent need to use those as examples to kids for what not to do. Also, Farzin responds to Jason Brown, who says no ones knows anything about football (including Peyton Manning) for criticizing Dan Sorensen.
When it rains it pours. Barely 2 days after getting home from the hospital from our last adventure, I had to rush our dog to the emergency vet, not once but twice in two days.I also offer my less than stellar thoughts on "Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin" on Paramount+.Leave me a voicemail: (516) 636-7631Join the Facebook Group Oddballs: Friends of The Odd Dad Outhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/odddadoutBuy Me A Coffeehttp://buymeacoffee.com/odddadoutFollow Along on Social athttps://www.twitter.com/odddadout/https://www.facebook.com/odddadout/https://www.instagram.com/odddadout
They're depressive. They're suicidal. They're stoner. They're doom. Kentucky's stoniest stoner band, Shi, has recently released their 2nd full length album, Basement Wizard. Lord Bael joins me for a podcast to discuss not only their new work, but we cover subjects ranging from Black Sabbath worship, video games, how to pronounce Louisville correctly, the difficulty of finding his band on streaming platforms, and more. If you haven't checked out their music yet, you're really missing out. They've got the crunchiest, heaviest fucking songs ever written. I can BARELY pick them up they're so heavy.
Rob "Stats" Guerrera and Brandon Lee Gowton react to Kansas City's narrow victory on Monday Night Football, what we could see at the NFL Trade Deadline, and the only 100% accurate Power Rankings in the entire NFL podcast kingdom. When do we start to view the Chiefs as a paper tiger this year? The Giants look absolutely lost right now Is Von Miller the last big move at the deadline? Week 9 Power Rankings Why Sean Payton deserves a ton of credit this season MVP and LVP points of the Week Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ken Carman and Anthony Lima go 7 in Heaven after Week 8 NFL action. Where are the Browns placed & who has them out? Where is Tennessee placed after the Derrick Henry injury? Ken: 1 BUF, 2 BAL, 3 LAC, 4 TEN...5 KC, 6 CIN, 7 CLE Lima: 1 BUF, 2 BAL, 3 TEN, 4 LAC...5 CIN, 6 NE, 7 LV Here is last week's 7 in Heaven. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's Halloween and I get scared easily Today's episode: Peanut Said What?! I get to say it! Spinal Tap Moment So Cooooooooooold Seriously, Monty Python! Speaker Phone Thanks for listening! Important links: Email: Barely@BarelyPodcasting.lol Voice Mail and Text Messaging: (702) 907-3675 (DORK) Web Site: BarelyPodcasting.lol
Barely three months after the Taliban claimed victory in Afghanistan, Pakistan, the second most populous Muslim-majority state, is moving to join Kabul in becoming an outpost of religious intolerance and Muslim supremacy.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies said extra public spending, wage increases and benefit changes in yesterday's Budget would make little difference in living standards for many
Today we're going on a brief historical survey through the Church's wars against heresies as embodied in creeds and other expressions of the common faith. A very brief survey. Barely enough to get our toes wet, but hopefully enough to spark your interest in studying more!
Trying not to be a total loser, but still barely able to record an episode. Today is a candlelight vigil for my good friend Rick Wayne. Miss you Nickelbag Rick. The Silver Linings Playcast is available on all major podcast outlets Follow us on social media at Instagram: @silverliningsplaycast Facebook: /silverliningsplaycast e-mail: SilverLiningsPlaycast@gmail.com Jamie "The GateCity Saint" Ward Facebook: /JamieWard Instagram: @jamiecomedy Twitter: @jamiecomedy Snapchat: Jamie Comedy JAMIECOMEDY.COM
yet again another "reaction" episode bc i still don't have any solid content but what's good Hi chingu! On this episode, I talk about the highest rated dramas on my drama list and give my honest thoughts (ok it's really not that deep because I've barely watched any on the list
Dr. Richard Pyle is the senior curator of Ichthyology at Bishop Museum in Honolulu. He spends his days researching fish and whenever possible diving deep into the ocean in order to discover new species of fish. On this episode of Transmissions from Hawaii, Dr. Pyle talks about his most dangerous dive and how he survived it. This is the first part of a two part talk with Dr. Pyle. Guests & Links Dr. Richard Pyle Further Information To learn more about Dr. Richard Pyle, you can visit the website below. Richard L. Pyle, Ph.D To learn more about Bishop Museum, visit their website via the link below. Bishop Museum Website Advertisers Hawaii SHIP Hawaii SHIP Website Credits Editing and sound design: Tony Vega Transcript: Milabeats.go Transmissions from Hawaii logo: fikrihidajat (Based on concept sketch by Tony Vega) Featured image: Courtesy of Richard Tanabe Jr. Follow Us on Social Media Transmissions from Hawaii on Instagram Transmissions from Hawaii on Facebook Transmissions from Hawaii on Twitter Transcript You can view the PDF transcript below or download it here. [pdf-embedder url="https://transmissionsfromhawaii.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/TFH-08-In-Too-Deep-Dr.-Richard-Pyle-Part-I.pdf" title="TFH 08 - In Too Deep (Dr. Richard Pyle Part I)"]
"The Barely Fortunate Clip Show 3" As we approach the final episodes of this season, we can reflect once again on some of the moments earlier in I Speak Giant. Get ready to laugh and say things like "oh yeah I had forgotten about that" with another clips episode. This time covering episodes 21-30. Thanks to Audio Technica for the wonderful support! https://audio-technica.com.au/ Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/TraMqxC
Duji is Detroit for her sister. The crew recaps Dune. Barely legal strippers now illegal in Texas. Video comes out of soccer star biting his daughter's toes. Is B1 hiding that she is hanging out with Dumb? Girl, eight, tests rifles, handguns and even a flamethrower on YouTube channel. Jeffrey tries to distract everyone from his weekend and it totally backfires. Dr. Ian Smith calls in to talk about his new book. Jeffrey went to a wedding with Tammy Fake.
Welcome back to the show, worms! If you were looking for some nice clean family fun to fill some time, you can go ahead and skip this one! Potentially one of the nastiest episodes we've ever done and hopefully will ever do. We also had a nice conversation with the man, the myth, the legend, Barely March. We talked about music for maybe five minutes of this. Mrs. March if you are reading this please turn off the episode NOW. Otherwise, enjoy! FOLLOW BARELY MARCH: Twitter: https://twitter.com/barelymarch Bandcamp: https://barelymarch.bandcamp.com/ Write in to the show at email@example.com Follow us on twitter @ybigpodcast The YBIG theme song is courtesy of hey, ily!
On this episode, Alex, Dima, and Erik go over Dynamo's fixtures against Barcelona and Dnipro-1. They also take a trip down memory lane as this week marked the 60th Anniversary of Dynamo's first everyone league title. If you would like to contact the Dynamo Abroad Podcast, you can follow us on twitter @dynamoabroad or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hosts: @lyszyk7, @lebovich, @1927dima
In the most recent episode of Locked On Pac-12 podcast, Cindy Robinson evaluates the Pac-12 teams' performances from last week ahead of this weekend's matchups. Follow on Twitter at @LO_Pac12 and @_CindyRobinson Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bartender goes viral after he tells his boss he won't come in on his day off. Taliban militants behead women's volleyball player. Suspected human remains and items belonging to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park. Miss France beauty pageant sued for selecting contestants based on their appearance. Man dies after being pulled into wood chipper. Charlie almost ran out of gas in Hell Town Dieter's Conspiracy Corner - Squid Game is real
Time to start getting cold and foul mouthed! Today's episode: Death talk D-O-R-K One Ping Wrong Number Sexy Celebrate Thanks for listening! Important links: Email: Barely@BarelyPodcasting.lol Voice Mail and Text Messaging: (702) 907-3675 (DORK) Web Site: BarelyPodcasting.lol
Teachers are saying this is the worst school year ever. In this episode, I'll explore the reasons why, offer some solutions, and also share a few other loosely related thoughts that may or may not help. ------------------- Thanks to CommonLit and Brain Power Academy for sponsoring this episode. -------------------
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Episode 256 - Embalmer? We Barely Know 'Er! Follow us! Twitter: @thebuzzedkillPC Instagram: @thebuzzedkillpodcast Facebook.com/thebuzzedkillpodcast MOVIES WE DISCUSSED - MORTUARY(1983) - THE MORTUARY COLLECTION(2019)
This week we meet Louise, a 64-year-old marketing manager from New Jersey who was laid off during the pandemic. Although she is nearing retirement age, Louise is worried that she hasn't saved enough money for the years ahead. . To help Louise prepare for that future, Stefanie talks to Jill Schlesinger, a Certified Financial Planner and CBS News Business Analyst. If you have a money story or question to share, you can send us an email at email@example.com. You can also leave us a voicemail at (929) 352-4106.
(0:00) Arcand starts the final hour talking about the Patriots barely beating the Texans and their upcoming matchup with the Dallas Cowboys. (15:10) The Patriots defense has continued to struggle this season how are they going to handle the Dallas Offense? And how are fans feeling about the Patriots offensive line? (26:30) Are fans expecting the Patriots to beat the Cowboys? Arcand thinks fans seem overly optimistic for this game and wonders which Patriots team were going to see on Sunday. (34:55) Arcand takes calls to finish the show.
Chris Balsdon and David Galindo from Barely Functional Gamers return and stop by to talk about their favorite and upcoming spooky games on all the best platforms. Music by IAmSoLocoFind more from IAmSoLocoon Twitteron Facebookon SpotifyFollow Barely Functional Gamers onTwitter: @BFGsPodcastInstagram: @BarelyFunctionalGamersTwitch.TV: BarelyFunctionalGamers (Rated MA)The Kick Ass Movie Podcast NOW on The BosNet! Sweet Science Cinema NOW on The BosNet!NEW Kush And Kai HERE!Follow Kush on Twitter @Kush_HayesMovie reviews at: www.TheBosNet.Family/reviewsRobyn on Twitter @Robyn_SetoPolite Beer Expressions at: www.TheBosNet.Family/pbeSubscribe to the Microdose on:StitcheriTunes & Apple PodcastsSpotify© 2021 TheBosNet Family All Rights Reserved
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the show by discussing the Red Sox taking a 2-1 lead over the Rays in the ALDS after another magical night at Fenway Park. (11:30) We dive into the controversial call in the top of the 13th inning involving a Kyle Keirmaier ground-rule double that didn't allow the Rays to take the lead. (24:01) Zo tells you what he noticed yesterday afternoon that the untrained eye may have missed with “X's and Zo's” (30:09) We react to the Patriots barely beating the Texans on Sunday.
A much-anticipated rise in the Official Cash Rate yesterday could see the handbrake pulled on the country's house prices. Yesterday's rise to 0.5 percent is the first in seven years - with the Reserve Bank signalling more is to come, and some retail banks reacted almost immediately lifting floating rates to match. Barely existent rates have been blamed for soaring property prices, so will the upward trajectory start to cool things down? CoreLogic's chief property economist Kelvin Davidson spoke to Corin Dann.
https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/broken-bulbs-1416869 (Leave a review for Broken Bulbs!) Today, Terry Brock joins us! BROKEN BULBS: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/broken-bulbs-1416869 (Leave a Review) https://mechoradio.com/brokenbulbs (Website) https://www.instagram.com/brokenbulbspod (Instagram) https://twitter.com/brokenbulbspod (Twitter) https://patreon.com/alexwilliamns (Patreon) TERRY BROCK (GUEST): https://terrybrock.com/ (Website) https://agorapreneurs.com/2020 (Agorapreneurs) ALEX WILLIAMNS (HOST): https://www.alexwilliamns.com/ (Website) https://twitter.com/alexwilliamns (Twitter) https://instagram.com/alexwilliamns (Instagram) https://www.youtube.com/alexwilliamns (YouTube) https://www.patreon.com/alexwilliamns (Patreon) CREDITS: Host: https://www.alexwilliamns.com/ (Alex Williamns) Guest: Terry Brock Music: https://artlist.io/artist/1075/brian-claxton (Brian Claxton) & https://artlist.io/artist/709/wesly-thomas?search=wesly-thoma (Wesly Thomas) Cover Art: https://www.redbubble.com/people/MadeByBKG/shop?fbclid=IwAR3H8YSNm8_zHMv5veeDY8hJxfoBXm73tRpDrM_jIxYSTgX_OHJsPq-ARuQ (Bethany Gustafson) Broken Bulbs is produced by MeCHo Radio. And we are, of course, a proud member of the Createvine.
It is the unlikeliest of stories. In 1540, Humayun was out of luck and on the run, while Sher Shah was victorious. Barely fifteen years later, Sher Shah was dead in a freak accident and his empire was in chaos. The Mughals returned to the plains of Hindustan with a renewed fury. But it was Humayun's brilliant young son, Akbar, that would bring fire and death to his enemies and create a world-changing empire. Check out our discussion on the mysterious Rajput warlord Silhadi here:https://takshashila.org.in/all-things-policy-the-other-rajputs-purbiya-warriors-in-16th-century-malwa/YUDDHA is made possible thanks to the support of the Takshashila Institution and the Independent and Public Spirited Media Foundation.Notes and sources will be available at https://www.anirudhkanisetti.com - sign up for updates!You can follow Anirudh on Twitter @AKanisetti and Instagram @aniryuddha, @connectedhistories, or @cholabhaturaempire.You can follow Aditya on Twitter @adityascripts or Instagram @adityaramanathan.
One of the hardest things to do in door-to-door sales is prospecting. Most of us prefer closing deals to facing the emotional rigors of prospecting cold homeowners.Well, Dev Dayalal is one tough guy who enjoys the hard grind of prospecting, and yes, Dev has an astonishing portfolio of success in prospecting. Barely eight months into solar, Dev closed 50 solar deals in just 3½ weeks!This is the equivalent of 520kilowatts with a revenue equivalent of $27m in solar sales within a ridiculously short span. How did he pull off this feat? What systems did he integrate for his prospecting? How does he break homeowner preoccupation? How does he accurately evaluate prospects (to know whether it is worth continuing the customer conversation or terminating)?We will learn these and many more hacks from Dev Dayalal in this podcast episode as he showers us generously with his secret and terrifically effective hacks.Enjoy!
With less than 80 animals left in the world, the Sumatran Rhino is one of the world's most endangered rhino species. Only the Javan Rhino with estimates of maybe 60 animals is as close to extinction. Both Angie and Chris were very fortunate to meet up close one the these highly endangered mammals back in 2011. Harapan, one of 3 Sumatran Rhinos born at the Cincinnati Zoo, was held at a conservation center in Florida, and was returned to Sumatra in 2015 to help his species. While this species is on the brink of extinction, many are working hard to save what animals remain. We highlighted this in our interview of Dr. Barney Long (Episode 55) and his efforts to bring some of the Sumatran Rhinos under human care for a focused breeding program. We discuss this and many more aspects of how scientists around the world are fighting for these animals. These are an incredibly unique and ancient species of rhinoceros and well worth a listen. For one cup of "good" coffee a month you can support your favorite podcast on Patreon and give back to conservation. With your support we are able to send money to conservation organizations monthly chosen by our Patreon supporters. We recently posted a bonus episode, the Blue Footed Booby, for our Patreon only subscribers and will be offering more bonus content soon! Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE. You can also visit our website HERE
--On the Show: --Heidi Boghosian, New York City-based attorney and author, whose latest book is “I Have Nothing to Hide: And 20 Other Myths About Surveillance and Privacy," joins David to discuss surveillance, privacy, technology, and more. Get the book: https://amzn.to/3EX71KB --COVID cases are down 31% in the US as deaths decline 11% in what appears to be the decline of the Delta wave globally and in the US --Many powerful politicians are over 80 years old, and increasingly people are asking whether this is a good thing for the country --Is it time to start firing unvaccinated employees? --Despite claims that many Massachusetts state troopers would quit over the COVID vaccine requirement, only one has actually quit --Donald Trump's former "fraud" lawyer Sidney Powell appears to lose her mind on television, attempting to implicate Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in the January 6 Trump riots --Donald Trump "could be" charged with multiple crimes for his attempt to strongarm Georgia Republican officials to give him a win in the 2020 Presidential election --Voicemail caller "Eric from Mass" announces that he has natural immunity to COVID-19 --On the Bonus Show: Joe Manchin could upend Child Tax Credit, Pfizer testing pill to ward off COVID-19, Reagan shooter wins unconditional release from prison, much more...
The Bell Witch haunting is one of the oldest American hauntings on record and it is the subject of this week's unpleasant dream. -- Cassandra Harold is your host. EM Hilker is our principal writer and researcher with additional writing by Cassandra Harold. Jim Harold is our Executive Producer. Unpleasant Dreams is a production of Jim Harold Media. You can find EM Hilker's original article HERE. Sources & Further Reading: 1868 article in the Courier-Journal: https://www.newspapers.com/clip/7660018/the-courier-journal/ An Authenticated History of the Bell Witch by Martin Van Buren Ingram https://web.archive.org/web/20021022185219/http://bellwitch02.tripod.com/the_red_book.htm Bell Witch Folklore Centre https://web.archive.org/web/20020924085754/http://bellwitch02.tripod.com/ Bell Witch Cave official site http://www.bellwitchcave.com/ Pat Fitzhugh's Bell Witch site http://www.bellwitch.org/story.htm The Bell Witch Poltergeist by Joe Nickell https://skepticalinquirer.org/2014/01/the-bell-witch-poltergeist/ The Terrifying True Story of the Bell Witch http://thesouthernweekend.com/bell-witch/ PODCAST TRANSCRIPT The Bell Witch haunting is one of the most famous American hauntings on record, not only for the extent of the hauntings but because it is credited as the only American haunting to result in the death of a living person. John Bell Sr died 200 years ago, and much of the haunting occurred years prior to that. To date, there are a half dozen movies based on the story with more having been influenced by it; there is a doom metal band called Bell Witch, and several songs by other musicians based on the tale. It has spawned other stories and even traveled in a slightly altered form to become folklore in Mississippi, where several Bell children settled in their adulthood. The story itself is the story of the Bell family. In the very early years of the nineteenth century, John Bell Senior came to Robertson County, Tennessee with his wife, Lucy, and their young children. They settled along the Red River, near the modern town of Adams. Bell had been a barrel-maker in his youth, but had decided to turn to farming. He was quite successful in this, and by the time of his death, his farm would boast more than three hundred acres of land. He developed a good name for himself as well, and would eventually become an elder at the local church (though later he was excommunicated for unscrupulous business dealings). He had a good life along the Red River for well over a decade, he and his wife had nine children, and they were well-liked as a family. The “family trouble”, as the Bells would one day call it, began late in 1817. In the earliest days of the haunting, a strange creature was spied around the Bell's farmland by a number of people. A strange mixture of dog, sometimes two-headed, and rabbit. It was large and dark and utterly unsettling. The Bell family's slave, Dean, saw this same creature, among other bizarre and supernatural sights, multiple times on his walks in the evening to visit his wife on a nearby farm. John Bell also reportedly saw the creature lurking around on occasion. In early 1818, seemingly supernatural activity had started within the farmhouse. The children would report hearing the sounds of rats gnawing on their bedposts in the night, but upon examination neither rat nor bite mark could be found. After this came knocking sounds and the heavy rattle of chains being dragged across their wooden floors. Sounds that all the family could hear. In time, the children would be bitten at and scratched and pinched by the air itself. Their bedsheets would be yanked off their bed as night. Pillows snatched from under their sleeping heads and thrown to the floor. John Bell Sr woke one day to find his mouth paralyzed. One of the most famous parts of this story, or perhaps infamous, is the treatment of the Bell's daughter, Betsy. All sources seem to agree that she was an uncommonly beautiful girl, and perhaps this is why the increasingly violent manifestations, allegedly those of a witch, centered around her. She was pinched and scratched more and worse than the other children, leaving her black and blue and bloody. Her hair was yanked and she was kept awake at night. She was abused and miserable. The family tried to relieve her suffering by having her stay with friends and family, but the abuse followed her wherever she went. By contrast, the entity was utterly enchanted by Lucy Bell, the mother of the family. Lucy was a well-liked woman, but it seemed especially enthralled with her. It lavished her with adulation, brought her fruit and nuts when she was sick, and sang her praises. Author Pat Fitz Hugh quite correctly points out that this can hardly be called genuine kindness on the entity's part, given the emotional suffering Lucy would have endured in watching her family be harassed and abused. All the while, John Bell became sicker and sicker, and no one was sure what ailed him, or how to cure him of his mysterious malady. In desperation, the Bell family reached out to their good friend James Johnston for help. He and his wife agreed to spend a night in the Bell's home. Having been as harassed and abused as the Bells had been throughout the night, they agreed in the morning that it was an authentic, malicious spirit. Around this time, the entity began to whisper to them. Barely-heard snatches of a disembodied voice at first, and then growing in power as it appeared to be getting stronger and stronger. When asked who it was, it claimed at various times to be “Old Kate Batts' witch” (Kate Batts herself was alive and well; she allegedly had a sharp tongue and a wicked temper, and was said to actually be a witch). At other times she was the spirit of a disturbed grave who had lost a tooth under the house (though no tooth was ever found). On Another occasion, she claimed she was the ghost of a poor murdered peddler. And yet another time, the ghost of an immigrant who had buried treasure nearby (no treasure was ever found, despite the wild goose chase “Kate” led them on). It is said that in 1819 Andrew Jackson, the then army general who would go on to be the seventh president of the United States, had heard stories of the Bell Witch. Given that the Bell's sons had served under him, he chose to visit the farm itself to investigate. The beginning of this part of the story is the same in all versions -- Jackson and his men found their carriage wheels stuck fast on their way to the farm, and nothing they could do would loosen them. It was the work of the witch, who spoke to them: she would see General Jackson later that evening. The stories differ here: one version says that the general and his men went straight on past the farm house, never to meddle in such things again. The other, more heroic version, states that Jackson did indeed continue on to the Bell homestead. While there, one of his men who claimed himself to be a “witch layer” was harassed and humiliated by the witch. Regardless, Jackson himself stayed the night, speaking with both the family and the witch herself long into the evening. It is also said that 1819 was the year in which the witch began to threaten to kill “Old Jack” Bell, who was by this time incredibly weak and fading fast. In 1820, this threat came to pass. John Bell Sr allegedly was fed a mysterious substance by the witch, after which he died. This substance was later tested on the poor family cat, who promptly died as well, leaving no doubt as to what sort of substance was in the bottle. The witch, not yet finished with “Old Jack”, sang ribald drinking songs loudly at his funeral to the family's dismay. The haunting did not immediately stop with John Bell's death. The following year, the Witch implored and nagged at Betsy until she called off her engagement to her fiance, promising to go away for seven years. Betsy did so, perhaps fearing that her love would die as her father had. The witch was, surprisingly, as good as her word. The witch kept her word to return to the family, as well. She returned to Lucy and the boys in 1828. In some versions of the story they simply changed tact and chose to ignore her entirely rather than engage with the creature who had killed their father. Following this, she simply left. In other versions, she and the boys discussed philosophy and civilization, before she again left. In some versions, she told them she would return to their descendants in 107 years. Interestingly there actually was a descendant of the family, a Dr. Bailey Bell who was alive 107 years later and was fascinated by the lore of the family witch. He wrote a book on the subject in 1934. If the witch did return to him in 1935 as promised, however, he went to his grave a decade later without telling anyone about it. There may have been another return of the witch that hadn't been announced to the family: in 1868, somewhere near the Bell farm, a man named Mr. Smith claimed to have occult powers from the witch. Tom Clinard and Dick Burgess alleged that he had been practising witchcraft on them. They claimed that he had made them see old grey horses and hobgoblins in the night. They proclaimed proudly that if they could do it all again, they would kill him again. They had been attempting to arrest Smith for his use of witchcraft, leading to the conflict that resulted in Smith's death. They were found Not Guilty. In 1880, the Bell Witch's work was attributed to a haunted house in Tennessee, where clangs and bangs were heard, but no speech from the witch as with the Bell family. There were accusations of fakery, none of which were solidly proven. There's also the Bell Witch Cave. The cave exists on what was once the Bell's property, and in COVID-free times is open to the public. It doesn't have a place in the original story, but since that time it HAS been and continues to be, the site of numerous phenomena. The Witch herself once rescued a young boy in the cave who had gotten stuck, and it's said that the cave was where she resided when she wasn't tormenting the Bell family. Our primary source of information for the inside happenings of the Bell Witch haunting is a book published in 1894 by Martin Van Buren Ingram, called An Authenticated History of the Famous Bell Witch. Ingram calls himself a compiler of data in the preface of the book, some of which was “written by Williams Bell, a member of the family, some fifty-six years ago, together with other corroborative testimony by men and women of irreproachable character and unquestionable veracity.” Ingram himself makes reference to news articles of the day, none of which survive. The legend survives through oral tradition as well. In addition to the stories still told in Tennessee, the tale of the Bell witch made its way to Mississippi, with some of the names and motivations changed, where it's still told today. The young heroine of the story is now called Mary, and a love story has been added, but the story remains very much intact. Pat Fitzhugh brings up the possibility of John Bell Sr's illness and death being due to a neurological disorder, rather than the evil work of the witch (however much and loudly she took credit for it at the time). The science of neurology, despite the concepts being two hundred years old, was still very much in its infancy in the 1820s. It would be 50 years before electrodes would be used to study neurology, and all the advances that they would bring. Bell's symptoms mirror those we now know to be those of neurological illness, though of course without the patient to examine there's no way to know for sure. Skeptic Joe Nickell believes it possible that the whole haunting was a hoax perpetrated by Betsy, as another example of “poltergeist faking syndrome”. Ingram himself admits that two of the Bell brothers took frequent boat trips down to New Orleans around 1815 - 1818, where they learned ventriloquism, which they then taught to their sister Betsy. Certainly the timing of the early days of the hauntings lines up with the acquisition of their new talent. Ingram himself does not believe this theory to be true, pointing out that the hauntings brought no good to the family. It's impossible to say whether this was a legitimate haunting or an elaborate trick that coincided with the neurological illness of John Bell Sr., ending in his death. All witnesses have been dead for well over a century, and the original farm house fell into ruin long, long ago. All we can do is speculate, and wonder if the world will hear from “Old Kate Batts' witch” again one day.
The RunRunLive 4.0 Podcast Episode 4-464 – Coach Chris Twiggs (Audio: link) audio:http://www.RunRunLive.com/PodcastEpisodes/epi4464.mp3] Link MarathonBQ – How to Qualify for the Boston Marathon in 14 Weeks - Chris' other show à Zero Prostate Cancer 2021 Boston - Intro: Hello my friends and welcome to episode 4-464 of the RunRunLive Podcast. Let's see if I can get this one out on time! Today we have the legendary coach Chris Twiggs on for a chat. I met Coach Twiggs down at the Bird in Hand Half Marathon. He is the head coach for Jeff Galloway's running program. Chris is a high-level marathoner and ultramarathoner in his own right, and it was interesting to me to compare and contrast the Galloway athletes that he coaches to the traditional training modalities. The net-net of it is that runners, whether they are the elites, the age groupers, the 100-mile-a-weekers, the casual athletes, the back of the packers – we are all as passionate about our sport and as curious about our training. And in section one, since we have a lot of new runners in the world these days, with basic questions, … I'm going to give you piece on how to get started from scratch. But – what you're going to be really excited about is that I'll start you out with a garden update and an Ollie update. Here's why. When I meet folks who have listened to my podcast, this podcast, do you know what they ask me? What they want to know? Is it about training tips? Is it about race adventures? No. They want to know how my garden is doing. And they want to know about Ollie my crazy border collie. So, I'm going to lean in! First the garden. It was an interesting year. We had some successes and some not-so-successes. My tomatoes struggled because there was an epidemic of some sort of tomato disease this year in my area that caused all the leaves to turn brown and wither – they call it “Tomato Blight”. It's because the weather has been so wet and gloomy this summer. I feel like I'm living in Seattle. Basically, you have to plan any outdoor activity around the next rains storm. It's not a 100% bad thing. Lawns are nice and green. I never had to water. As a matter of fact, I mixed up a bucket of fertilizer-water in June and have not had to refill it. The rain just keeps topping it off as I use it. I did get some splendid heirloom tomatoes. These nice golden tomatoes with red veins that were incredibly scrumptious with a little goat cheese. Yummy. It wasn't a total loss. Yvonne made me plant onions, even though I told her onions don't grow in my garden, and they didn't. I also had a fun experiment where I planted a bunch of old, sprouted potatoes in my compost bin. They grew like gangbusters, until something discovered how yummy they were and ate them all up. The composting process is amazing with all this rain. It turned 4 feet of leaves and waste into a foot of soil that I'll get to spread next year. I had a very robust crop of peas. So much so that I just gave up on harvesting them after a couple weeks. They are a pain to shell. Same with the Beans. I harvested a couple times but ran out of energy. Same with the red raspberries that are now in their second fruiting, and I can't keep up. I had a great crop of lettuces early again because of all the rain, which was great, except for having to share them with slugs. I had a good crop oof kale until the worms got them. I had an outstanding crop of green squash and zucchini. Barely kept up for all of June and July. My herbs were all very stout. I especially enjoyed the invasive mint plants this year for making tea in my home office. I got a fair amount of cucumbers. And a reasonable amount of these yellow semi-hot peppers. But, my real successes were zinnias and sunflowers. I had never before been able to grow a single sunflower. The chipmunks love the seeds and dig them out. I tried putting chicken wire down and they got through that. I tried sprouting them first but they just ate the sprouts. This year I built a little hot-house frame and grew them in peat pots. I let them get a foot tall before planting the whole pot into the garden. Sunflowers don't like to be transplanted so you have to plant the whole pot. These sunflowers were the Russian Giant variety and they got 8 feet tall and had great big happy flowers. I have now harvested them and will see if I can get some seeds to eat. The zinnias were a mistake. My daughter started them and gave them to me thinking they were peppers. But they were zinnias, they grew to be six feet tall and are covered with flowers. Orange, pink, red – just wonderful to cut and bring in the house for a little liveliness of décor in the kitchen. Now, I will present to you my other reasonable success this year. First I'll tell you a story. In the book “ he tells the story of the establishment of the modern state of Israel. When the settlers were establishing the first Kibbutz, they raised pigs. Since pigs are not kosher, when they talked about the pigs or listed them in inventory they referred to them as “Turkeys”. Which brings me to my last reasonable success on my garden. My Columbian Tomatoes. Now I used to grow the old varieties of these Columbian tomatoes, back in the 70's when it was illegal to do so. Now in Massachusetts the Columbian Tomatoes are legal to grow for personal purposes. I bought 20 seeds of a variety of these tomatoes, whimsically called “Purple Kush”. Don't get me wrong, I don't eat these tomatoes anymore, I just like to grow them. About 15 of them sprouted. I gave 10 away to friends. I planted 5 in my garden. 2 survived. But, here we are at the end of September and they are quite vigorous. They are like little Christmas trees. About 3-4 feet tall and you can smell them 20 feet away. I'm not going to try to bring them inside the house. I'll harvest them when the frost is approaching and hang them in my attic to dry. If any of you out there have a hankering for Columbian Tomato casserole send me a note. I hear they make excellent baked goods. Oh – and apples. I've got a tree full of apples. I've made apple sauce. I'm eating 6 apples a day. I'm going to turn into an apple. That's your garden update. How was it? Everything you hoped it would be? OK – In section two I'm going to talk about the supply chain because it's on the top of everyone's mind. But – like I said – in section one I'll talk about starting from scratch. Here's the thing. I told you I'm doing a fitness project at work. I leaned in. Because of that I'm getting these types of questions. And it's fun and rewarding to be able to answer them. By leaning in I'm getting rewarded. Find something you can lean in on and see what comes back to you as a result! On with the show! About Zero ZERO — The End of Prostate Cancer is the leading national nonprofit with the mission to end prostate cancer. ZERO advances research, improves the lives of men and families, and inspires action. Link to my ZERO page: (for Donations) … I'll remind you that the RunRunLive podcast is ad free and listener supported. What does that mean? It means you don't have to listen to me trying to sound sincere about Stamps.com or Audible.. (although, fyi, my MarathonBQ book is on audible) We do have a membership option where you can become a member and as a special thank you, you will get access to member's only audio. There are book reviews, odd philosophical thoughts, zombie stories and I curate old episodes for you to listen to. I recently added that guy who cut off is foot so he could keep training and my first call with Geoff Galloway. “Curated” means I add some introductory comments and edit them up a bit. So anyhow – become a member so I can keep paying my bills. … The RunRunLive podcast is Ad Free and listener supported. Section One – Starting from scratch - … Chris Twiggs Chris Twiggs As Chief Training Officer at Galloway Training, Chris Twiggs has mentored and coached thousands of runners in local Galloway Training Programs, Galloway Customized Training Plans, and Galloway Charity Partners. Chris is an RRCA Certified Coach, Boston Marathon Qualifier, Ironman distance triathlete, and accomplished ultra-runner (15x Hardrock 100 finisher). He serves on the board of The DONNA Foundation, helping to put on the nation's only marathon dedicated to finishing breast cancer. He also works with dozens of races around the country to provide Galloway Pacers, helping to run/walk/run participants to the finish line with smiles on their faces. Twitter - @Ctwiggs Instagram - @christwiggs Email - Section Two – Supply Chain - Outro Ok my friends we have run-walked through the end of episode 4-464 of the RunRunLive Podcast. Quick updates for you. My Apocalypse podcast is in it's second season and doing well. I'm having a lot of fun with that. I haven't been running, but I have been volunteering for races. I volunteered for Wapack and last weekend the local 5K. Funny story. The race director is a local guy, used to be the track coach and a pretty good IronMan. When I saw the email I responded that I could help out. And, of course, since he knows me, he ended up putting me in charge of the course marshals! Remember what I told you. Somewhere near you is a local race that needs your help. So, that was fun. I promised an Ollie Wollie update. We've been through 4 session at K9 now. Both my wife and I are going which is great. He's doing really well. One of the best things is that he's learned to wait at the door for me to go through it and give him the release command. He's a lot better on the lease. He sits and stays very well. They don't do treat training at K9. They are all about the Martingale collar, which is a choke collar. You correct the dog by giving them a pop on the choke collar. It doesn't hurt the dog, but it gets his attention. He's doing great and I think it's giving him confidence. I had him out in some pretty busy places today and he responded well. Next week We have a conversation with Murray, one of our runner friends, who is a South African, teaching English in Korea and has written a book about meditation. To take you out I'll give you an opportunity to do some good! I'm going to run-walk the virtual Boston Marathon this year for Zero the organization to end prostate cancer. Since I've got so many people in my life that have been impacted by this stupid disease. I've set up a page you can donate at. And since they let you set up a vanity URL I created one that I'm quite proud of And I'm going to put it here at the end of the show so you can go there and do it now. Even if you've just come in from your run, and you're all sweaty, and you can't sit donw at the computer without ruining the chair. Grab a towel. Think about all the dads and brother and friends. And click that link. And I'll see you out there. My Apocalypse show -> MarathonBQ – How to Qualify for the Boston Marathon in 14 Weeks - Rachel -> Coach Jeff ->