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PNW Haunts & Homicides
Episode 86: Sold Down the River by a Gunnysack & The Story of the Supernatural Axe

PNW Haunts & Homicides

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 64:50


We decided to do something a little bit different this week and try a Half & Half Episode.  No matter what flavor of creepy you're craving this episode will have something for you! 

COLUMBIA Conversations
Cascade of History - Episode 12: Bellingham High School, Expo '74 and Candy Cane Lane

COLUMBIA Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 58:49


Feliks Banel's guests on this episode of CASCADE OF HISTORY are retired former journalist and political veteran Ted Van Dyk on the sports hall of fame at his alma mater, Bellingham High School; David Ellis Evans, chief site designer for Expo '74, the Spokane World's Fair; and roving correspondent Ken Zick, visiting one of the Seattle area's iconic holiday displays - which wasn't quite ready yet. This LIVE broadcast of CASCADE OF HISTORY was originally presented at 8pm Pacific Time on Sunday, November 27, 2022 via SPACE 101.1 FM and streaming live via space101fm.org from studios at historic Magnuson Park on the shores of Lake Washington in Seattle.

ServantCast
Ep 183 Worship - First Sunday in Advent, November 27, 2022

ServantCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 67:23


This is the audio from the worship service on November 20, 2022, at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Bellingham, Washington.As we emerge from the pandemic, the work of the church continues.  Here are a few ways that the church remains thriving at Christ the Servant:We are meeting live and in-person on Sunday Morning for worship services in the sanctuary.  Everyone is masking and physically distanced.  9:30 am.  This service is also live-streamed on the CTS Facebook Page and the CTS web site.  The live-stream video will remain there afterwards as well.We have youth events that are ever evolving!We have a Friday Morning breakfast fellowship on Zoom - sometimes live at Boulevard Park, weather allowing...We have a ministry team called Deep Waters, which is dedicated to helping install sustainable clean water systems to communities in Honduras.We are part of the Family Promise program, striving to help homeless families in our community regain equilibrium.We have an active Justice Seekers ministry team, dedicated to achieving a more just society and church.Find out more - go to our web page or send us an e-mail.contacts:ServantCast: servantcast@ctslutheran.orgChrist the Servant Lutheran Church: office@ctslutheran.orgWeb site: www.ctslutheran.org

The Gooner Talk
The Arsenal News Show EP236: Mudryk & Tielemans' Arsenal Desire, Bellingham Reality & More!

The Gooner Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 32:18


The Arsenal News Show EP236: Mudryk & Tielemans' Arsenal Desire, Bellingham Reality & More!Tom presents a daily show on The Gooner Talk covering all the latest Arsenal news, Arsenal transfer news, match reaction, press conferences and much more plus a Q&A session taking questions from the LIVE chat. Get all your Arsenal news now and every day. Links to Fantasy code, Twitter, Instagram, audio-only platforms, The Arsenal Way and our channel membership scheme including entry to the Discord community: https://linktr.ee/TheGoonerTalk Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-gooner-talk. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

FC Stream Team
L'Allemagne et l'Argentine en danger, la Roja au sommet, le Belgique inquiétante | Tour du Monde

FC Stream Team

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 48:52


Pendant la Coupe du monde, Tour d'Europe devient Tour du monde et vous propose un tour d'horizon des plus grandes sélections. Pour ce premier épisode, Cyril Morin reçoit d'abord Elton Mokolo pour faire un bilan après les premiers matches. Les deux se penchent également sur les jeunes cracks qui ont affiché de belles promesses : Musiala, Gavi ou Bellingham.Dans un deuxième temps, Cyril reçoit David Lortholary pour évoquer l'Allemagne qui a chuté pour son entrée en lice. Qu'est-ce qui cloche dans cette équipe ? Se sont-ils vu trop forts ? Ils en parlent.Le troisième sujet est consacré à l'Espagne qui a pulvérisé le Costa Rica (7-0). Avec Anna Carreau, Tour du Monde s'interroge sur le niveau de la Roja. Est-elle la grande favorite de ce Mondial ? Focus également sur Luis Enrique qui s'est lancé sur Twitch !Direction la Belgique ensuite pour évoquer les Diables Rouges avec Sacha Tavolieri. Les hommes de Roberto Martinez ont battu le Canada (1-0) mais n'ont pas rassuré. Sont-ils encore en mesure de jouer la gagne ? Non selon notre intervenant.Enfin Thomas Goubin nous parle de l'Argentine qui a pris une claque pour son entrée en lice face à l'Arabie Saoudite. Peut-elle se relever face au Mexique ? Réponse samedi.Bonne écoute Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

ServantCast
Ep 182 Worship - Christ the King Sunday, November 20, 2022

ServantCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 75:33


This is the audio from the worship service on November 20, 2022, at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Bellingham, Washington.As we emerge from the pandemic, the work of the church continues.  Here are a few ways that the church remains thriving at Christ the Servant:We are meeting live and in-person on Sunday Morning for worship services in the sanctuary.  Everyone is masking and physically distanced.  9:30 am.  This service is also live-streamed on the CTS Facebook Page and the CTS web site.  The live-stream video will remain there afterwards as well.We have youth events that are ever evolving!We have a Friday Morning breakfast fellowship on Zoom - sometimes live at Boulevard Park, weather allowing...We have a ministry team called Deep Waters, which is dedicated to helping install sustainable clean water systems to communities in Honduras.We are part of the Family Promise program, striving to help homeless families in our community regain equilibrium.We have an active Justice Seekers ministry team, dedicated to achieving a more just society and church.Find out more - go to our web page or send us an e-mail.contacts:ServantCast: servantcast@ctslutheran.orgChrist the Servant Lutheran Church: office@ctslutheran.orgWeb site: www.ctslutheran.org

The Missions Pastor Podcast
Unexpectedly Leading Missions

The Missions Pastor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 24:13


Laurel Fishbook has worn a lot of hats at over the years at Christ the King Church in Bellingham, Washington - most recently as Director of Missions. One of Christ the King's primary values is being outward focused, and to see every person who attends involved in missions and outreach. Laurel shares how she became Director of Missions and how she's helped transition the church to a different model of outreach.Want to learn how your church can partner with OneChild to bring HOPE to kids living in hard Places? Click Here!First, be willing to change. Just because something has worked for years doesn't mean it's the right way to keep doing things in the future. These changes may breathe new life into your missions ministry. Second, serving in missions can grow someone's heart for missions. Laurel always understood how important missions is, but didn't really become passionate about it until she began leading this ministry. The same thing can happen for anyone in our churches. And finally, the end goal of all of this should be relationships. Our missionaries and those serving in outreach need to know they're loved and cared for. Anything we can do to deepen those relationships is critical to their health and the health of our outreach ministries.Learn More About Christ the King ChurchLearn more about OneChild HERE!

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson
A heartening and a disheartening day for England and Wales

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 49:45


Jimbo welcomes Carl Anka and Tom Williams into the studio on Day 2 of the World Cup, a day that generates as much conversation off the field as on it. England hammer Iran 6-2 with Gareth Southgate throwing caution to the wind with his high full-backs and Bellingham showing why he might be a player that shapes the next decade.  But it's a colossal missed opportunity as England and other European nations back down from their previous stance of wearing the One Love captain's armband for fear of sanctions from FIFA. Adam Crafton gives us his thoughts from Qatar. Bale's Wales come from behind to grab a draw against the USA, with Robert Page righting a potential wrong by bringing on Kieffer Moore at half-time. Sneaky good Netherlands sneak a win against Senegal on a very good day for the Gakpo fan club. And we look ahead to Tuesday's action as Niels Harild tells us about a lot of people's dark horses - Denmark. Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1a: Moment of the day (02.30) • PART 1b: USA 1-1 Wales (04.30) • PART 2a: England 6-2 Iran (12.00)  • PART 2b: Senegal 0-2 Netherlands (18.00) • PART 2c: The armband issue with Adam Crafton (22.00) • PART 3a: A look ahead to Tuesday's action (39.00) • PART 3b: Danish prospects with Niels Harild (42.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE NEXT 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Ornstein & Chapman Podcast
Bellingham's Brilliance, Southgate's 'Ruthless England Machine' & Iran's Silent Anthem

The Ornstein & Chapman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 34:06


As Day 3 of the World Cup dawns, Adam Leventhal is joined by The Athletic's Jack Pitt-Brooke and Oliver Kay to reflect on England's 6-2 win over Iran... They discuss Saka's joy, Kane's influence, why no one's talking about Maguire or Sterling's club form this morning, as well as, which former German international Jude Bellingham reminds Jack of. Plus, Producer Abi spoke to Iranian fan Sahir, about why she is protesting at the World Cup and USMNT writer Paul Tenorio checks in after the 1-1 draw with Wales.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Essential Football Podcast
'Role model' Bellingham takes England to victory! Is Saka one of the best wingers in Europe?

The Essential Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 41:54


In episode three of Sky Sports' World Cup podcast, host Joe Thomlinson is joined by former England international Jamie Redknapp to discuss the impressive result pioneered by Jude Bellingham that claimed England's first victory at the tournament.Sky Sports News' Geraint Hughes also joins the podcast from Doha to discuss the result from the Wales game against the USA.

Podcast de MERITOCRACIA BLANCA
Podcast 10x77 'La competitividad de Bale y la calidad de Bellingham' |Actualidad Meritocrática

Podcast de MERITOCRACIA BLANCA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 71:42


Mucha ironía y, como en el Mundial, un par de pinceladas de fútbol en un programa centrado en dar algo de entretenimiento en un día con poquito que contar en clave madridista salvo los recuerdos del galés y las expectativas puestas en el joven Bellingham. Para el guion tendremos en el programa a: @LosSublimes @BenzeFrank @alpr97 *Meritocracia Blanca no se hace responsable de las opiniones de sus colaboradores Nos podéis seguir en: Web: https://meritocraciablanca.com Twitter/Facebook: @MeritoRMCF Twitch: http://twitch.tv/meritocraciablanca

Manchester Football Social
England demolish Iran 6-2 in the World Cup as Bellingham shines

Manchester Football Social

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 32:36


England got their World Cup off to a brilliant start by hammering Iran 6-2. Bellingham was brilliant as the Three Lions ran riot. But do Wales and the USA now fear England after that display? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Footure Podcasts
Live Copa #02 | Inglaterra 6-2 Irã, Holanda 2-0 Senegal e Gales 1-1 Estados Unidos

Footure Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 72:08


Chegamos ao segundo dia de Copa do Mundo e foram três jogos bem interessantes para acompanharmos e analisarmos os detalhes táticos. A começar pela Inglaterra de Southgate que surpreendeu na escalação e goleou Irã por 6-2 com destaque para Bellingham, a Holanda sofreu, mas no final conseguiu vencer Senegal que fez grande partida; e fechando com o empate entre Estados Unidos e País de Gales, com gols históricos de Weah e Bale. • Baixe o Guia Tático da Copa do Mundo de 2022: https://footu.re/copa2022 SOBRE O FOOTURE Aqui, vocês irão encontrar análises táticas de times e jogadores, explicações sobre conceitos táticos e ainda dois podcasts — um debatendo o futebol brasileiro e o outro entrevistando personagens do esporte. CONHEÇA O FOOTURE • Acesse o Site: https://footure.com.br/ • Footure Club: https://footure.com.br/footure-club/​​​​ • Loja Futeboleira: http://footure.com.br/loja • Cursos de Análise Tática: https://footure.com.br/footure-lab/​​​​ AS NOSSAS REDES SOCIAIS • Twitter: http://twitter.com/footurefc​​​​​​​​​... • Instagram: http://instagram.com/footurefc​​​​​​​​ • Facebook: http://facebook.com/footurefc​​​​​​​​ • LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/footurefc

Bellingham Podcast
Ep. 218 | Holidays by the Salish Sea

Bellingham Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 41:50


The Bellingham Podcast is a listener supported podcast. For full show notes with links, photos, videos, and more be sure to support AJ & Chris and consider becoming a subscriber to the Bellingham Podcast on Substack | BellinghamPodcast.Substack.com. The Chatter AJMeeting a GPO

Public News Service
PNS Daily Newscast - November 18, 2022

Public News Service

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 6:01


Rally decries council 'No' vote on Bellingham's Immigrant Center; Fake threats to Maine schools cause real trauma for students and staff; UW and other schools face calls to improve animal safety in research labs.

Public News Service
PNS Daily Newscast - November 18, 2022

Public News Service

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 6:00


Rally decries council 'No' vote on Bellingham's Immigrant Center; Fake threats to Maine schools cause real trauma for students and staff; UW and other schools face calls to improve animal safety in research labs.

Good Morning Fútbol
GMF 17 de noviembre - "Luis Enrique confirma a Ansu titular hoy, emparejamientos de la segunda ronda de Copa, Lewandowski sancionado 3 partidos, Camavinga víctima de insultos racistas y más cosas"

Good Morning Fútbol

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 5:47


Jueves de GMF con la previa del partido de hoy de la Roja en la que Luis Enrique ha confirmado la titularidad de Ansu Fati con el deseo de que complete los 90 minutos, también os contamos los emparejamientos de los equipos de primera para la segunda ronda de la Copa, la sanción de tres partidos a Lewandowski y de cuatro a Piqué, los lamentables insultos racistas a Camavinga tras la lesión de Nkunku, la decisión inminente de Bellingham y las intenciones del Sevilla de hacerse con Memphis en enero.

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft
A Brick & Mortar Store | Erica Davidson | Episode 886

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 46:44


Erica Davidson is a ceramic artist and co-owner of Circa Pottery in Bellingham, Washington. Erica creates handmade ceramic vessels and focuses on surface design that is inspired by the cycles of the natural world, folk tales, block printing, and botany. Erica enjoys the physicality of translating her inner life into functional vessels. http://ThePottersCast.com/886

Community Voz
CV S9 Ep 13: The Road is Long

Community Voz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 58:28


In this episode, members of the Immigration Advisory Board reflect on the process of working with city government, the value of community input as data, and where we will go from here in the struggle to establish an immigrant resource center.Please join the community rally in support of a city funded immigrant resource center on Thursday November 17th at noon, Bellingham city hall. More information here.Sign the petition in support of a city funded immigrant resource center here. (You do not have to be local, have any kind of status, or be of voting age to sign this petition. We want everyone everywhere to sign and share it!)Music in this episode:Ojalá Que Llueva Café by Juan Luis GuerraSupport the show

Managing Madrid: for Real Madrid fans
Live Real Madrid Q&A: Bellingham, Vinicius, Asensio, Rodrygo, transfers, systems

Managing Madrid: for Real Madrid fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 36:01


On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani answers questions on: Should Jude Bellingham be pursued? Vinicius Jr getting targeted with physical aggression Why is Vinicius getting so much scrutiny? Marco Asensio as false 9 Dani Carvajal in 2022 vs Dani Carvajal in 2017 And more. Did you enjoy this podcast? Get a ton of bonus content exclusively over on Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid. Managing Madrid is a hub for all Madridistas with updated news, op-eds, tactical analyses, artwork, and of course, podcasts. It also serves as a means for Real Madrid fans to connect and discuss the team. We would like your support so that we can continue to produce podcasts for you. The site is run by a small team that works tirelessly around the clock to make it into what it is today. Your contributions will allow us to continue to have a real and full-time presence in keeping this website, and it's podcasts, going. Hosts this week: Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

ServantCast
Ep 181 Worship - 23rd Sunday after Pentecost, November 13, 2022

ServantCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 71:42


This is the audio from the worship service on November 13, 2022, at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Bellingham, Washington.As we emerge from the pandemic, the work of the church continues.  Here are a few ways that the church remains thriving at Christ the Servant:We are meeting live and in-person on Sunday Morning for worship services in the sanctuary.  Everyone is masking and physically distanced.  9:30 am.  This service is also live-streamed on the CTS Facebook Page and the CTS web site.  The live-stream video will remain there afterwards as well.We have youth events that are ever evolving!We have a Friday Morning breakfast fellowship on Zoom - sometimes live at Boulevard Park, weather allowing...We have a ministry team called Deep Waters, which is dedicated to helping install sustainable clean water systems to communities in Honduras.We are part of the Family Promise program, striving to help homeless families in our community regain equilibrium.We have an active Justice Seekers ministry team, dedicated to achieving a more just society and church.Find out more - go to our web page or send us an e-mail.contacts:ServantCast: servantcast@ctslutheran.orgChrist the Servant Lutheran Church: office@ctslutheran.orgWeb site: www.ctslutheran.org

The Jason Rantz Show
Hour 2 - Tacoma cops charged in death put on credibility issues list

The Jason Rantz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 41:47


What's Trending: WSDOT and Everett mayor are at odds over the solution to the homelessness crisis, the most recent Midterm election update, MSNBC's Katy Tur floats John Fetterman as potential Presidential material, and a staffing shortage at Whatcom County Public Works could affect their snow response.  Big Local: Tacoma cops charged in death put on credibility issues list, a Silverdale hospital where a nurse called 911 for help amid staffing issues could be denied accreditation, and Bellingham dedicates a memorial to BLM and George Floyd. // A significant decision has been made in terms of student debt forgiveness and the lottery has been accused of 'systemic racism' after massive Powerball payout  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

kicker News
kicker News vom 10.11.2022, 23:30 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 1:53


Darmstadt baut Tabellenführung aus, Moukoko von Nominierung überwältigt, Southgate nominiert 25 Premier-League-Spieler - und Bellingham, Plea fällt gegen Dortmund aus

FC Stream Team
Icardi relancé, le jackpot Bellingham et la fausse piste Choupo-Moting

FC Stream Team

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 30:36


Chaque semaine dans Eurosport FC, retrouvez toutes les infos transferts du moment dans Mercredi Mercato. Cette semaine, Julien Pereira et Glenn Ceillier, journalistes pour Eurosport, vous décortiquent les sujets chauds et les affaires du moment. Premier sujet, l'avenir de Jude Bellingham, la pépite de Dortmund qui pourrait tout casser l'été prochain lors du mercato estival. Pourquoi ? Nos journalistes vous expliquent tout.Deuxième sujet autour des joueurs prêtés par le Paris Saint-Germain cette saison. Quels sont ceux qui réussissent ? Et ceux qui éprouvent des difficultés dans leur club ? Tour d'horizon d'une dizaine de joueurs.Enfin avant le célèbre mercaquiz de Quentin Guichard, notre rubrique "pourquoi on n'y croit pas" de la semaine est consacrée à Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting. L'attaquant du Bayern Munich est annoncé du côté de Manchester United. Peu probable. Bienvenue dans Mercredi Mercato et bonne écoute ! L'ensemble des podcasts Eurosport Football Club, c'est à retrouver ici. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Fabrizio Romano: Chelsea, Real Madrid & PSG all pushing to sign Endrick | Transfer News & Notes (Soccer 11/8)

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 24:05


Fabrizio Romano joins Ian Paul Joy to discuss the arms race among Europe's biggest clubs to lure Endrick Felipe away from Palmeiras. Plus, reaction to Monday's mouth-watering UEFA draws, Jude Bellingham's options, Newcastle's mastery of the transfer market, and the never-ending Cristiano Ronaldo saga. (02:34) -- Everyone wants Endrick, Danilo & Moukoko (08:51) -- Dortmund want BIG money for Bellingham (10:32) -- How FSG exit could affect Liverpool's window (11:38) -- Tielemans available on a free, Joao Felix's difficult situation (13:42) -- Post World Cup: A January window like no other (14:49) -- Newcastle's "perfect" team build (16:33) -- Ronaldo wants out, Man Utd need a No. 9 House of Champions is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow the House of Champions team on Twitter: @ChampsHouseCBS, @JOYPAULIAN, @MikeLahoud, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @PartidoPooper Watch House of Champions on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7hm6TorI7BMD1-IxTqyhUg For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Watch UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, Serie A, Coppa Italia, CONCACAF, NWSL, Scottish Premiership, the Brasileiro, Argentine Primera División by subscribing Paramount Plus and use offer code UEFA22 for a one-month free trial: https://www.paramountplus.com/?cbscidmt=sports&promo=uefa22 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

Inventors Helping Inventors
#248 - Bellingham boater invents watertight Komodo boat covers - Josh Bremmerer

Inventors Helping Inventors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 43:35


Alan interviews Josh Bremmerer. Josh Bremmerer is an avid boater who hated boat covers because they didn't keep boats dry. He invented the solution - Komodo Covers. Komodo Covers combine a waterproof boat cover with an AI system to keep the interior dry when not in use. Josh helps boaters have more fun and less hassles. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.KomodoCovers.com  

ServantCast
Ep 180 Worship - All Saints Sunday, November 6, 2022

ServantCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 80:39


This is the audio from the worship service on November 6, 2022, at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Bellingham, Washington.As we emerge from the pandemic, the work of the church continues.  Here are a few ways that the church remains thriving at Christ the Servant:We are meeting live and in-person on Sunday Morning for worship services in the sanctuary.  Everyone is masking and physically distanced.  9:30 am.  This service is also live-streamed on the CTS Facebook Page and the CTS web site.  The live-stream video will remain there afterwards as well.We have youth events that are ever evolving!We have a Friday Morning breakfast fellowship on Zoom - sometimes live at Boulevard Park, weather allowing...We have a ministry team called Deep Waters, which is dedicated to helping install sustainable clean water systems to communities in Honduras.We are part of the Family Promise program, striving to help homeless families in our community regain equilibrium.We have an active Justice Seekers ministry team, dedicated to achieving a more just society and church.Find out more - go to our web page or send us an e-mail.contacts:ServantCast: servantcast@ctslutheran.orgChrist the Servant Lutheran Church: office@ctslutheran.orgWeb site: www.ctslutheran.org

Anfield Agenda - LFC Podcast
Why Bellingham WON'T Choose Man City! Spurs vs Liverpool Preview & More

Anfield Agenda - LFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 90:26


Craig Houlden, Paddy Murphy and Chris Stonadge discuss the latest Liverpool news of the week, including:Liverpool's 2-0 win over NapoliSpurs vs Liverpool previewCurtis Jones' future at LiverpoolWhy Bellingham won't choose Man CityLiverpool's pursuit of Declan RiceAnd much more! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Redmen TV - Liverpool FC Podcast
Liverpool's £100M Bellingham WARCHEST Explained!

The Redmen TV - Liverpool FC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 14:04


Amid reports that FSG have set aside £100 Million in order to back Jurgen Klopp's pursuit of Jude Bellingham, Ste spoke to Journalist Neil Jones to find out the ins and outs of the story! To watch or listen to the full show sign up to redmenplus.com!SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LFC STREAMING SERVICE: http://www.redmenplus.comBECOME A YOUTUBE MEMBER NOW AND GET EXTRA PERKS!:https://bit.ly/3OMuTFs- Buy Our Merch: https://www.redmenmerch.com/- Award winning Independent Liverpool FC fan channel.- Click the link to get in touch

LFC Daytrippers
We Love Darwin Nunez | Bellingham Rumours Continue | Midweek Fix

LFC Daytrippers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 96:39


#LFCTransfers #Darwin Nunez #Bellingham We Love Darwin Nunez Gav and Keith talk about Darwin Nunez and the love we all have for the man thats mad but effective... Jude Bellingham rumours persist too and we have random questions from viewers.... How do you like your crisp sambos?? Find all our video and Audio content along with socials, Merchandise and contact info at https://linktr.ee/lfcdaytrippers Subscribe, Like, Hit the bell icon and never miss another show from the worlds biggest, 100% free LFC Podcast. ** All views on the show are those of the individual and do not represent those of the LFC Daytrippers ** You can sign up for our watch along Parties here : https://www.getplayback.com/room/lfcdt Intro Graphics done by Mohammed Jogee - Enquiries to enquiries@earthweb.co.za Don't forget to subscribe or follow, leave reviews if possible and turn notifications on!!! LFC - Liverpool FC - YNWA - LFC Family - Premier League - EPL - Klopp - Transfer News - Redmen News and Chat - Match Preview - Live Updates - Match Predictions - Match Reaction - Football - Soccer - Football Debate - Passion - Opinion - Laughter - Free Content - Competitions - Giveaways - Podcast - Unfiltered - LFC Daytrippers - Champions League - Football Daily - Euro Football Daily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Football Daily
Rico's teenage triumph & Chilwell hamstrung

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 23:13


Mark Chapman has reaction to the big stories from Wednesday night's Champions League matches. 17-year-old Rico Lewis scores as Man City win, while Ben Chilwell is a World Cup doubt after pulling up injured for Chelsea. Hear from Pep Guardiola and Graham Potter, and get the thoughts of Everton's Asmir Begović and Izzy Christiansen on the permutations for the last 16 draw. Aaron Paul has the EFL round-up, Sport BILD's Yannick Huber talks about Jude Bellingham's potential future move and Ukrainian football journalist Andrew Todos talks Shakhtar Donetsk. TOPICS: 1:05 – Pep Guardiola, 3:10 – Graham Potter, 6:10 – last 16 permutations, 10:35 – EFL, 13:15 – Bellingham, 18:15 - Shakhtar Donetsk.

Trust Your Gut
26. The Physical Body & Emotional Body Are Not Separate with Haley DeMarco

Trust Your Gut

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 83:26


This is a MUST listen. Join Haley and I as we talk about her experience with serious digestive issues that were not fixed by a celiac diagnosis and going gluten free - but rather by looking at deeper aspects of herself. A large part of her healing was through the support of Chinese medicine, which helped her understand what emotional aspects were driving her symptoms, and by connecting more deeply to herself. This led her into becoming an acupuncturist, and she shares her wisdom of this approach to healing with us! In Chinese medicine, the physical body is not seen as separate from the emotional body, but absolutely intertwined. When looking at physical symptoms this type of healing considers the emotional aspects behind these physical manifestations. This is so important to understand and could absolutely change your life, and help heal your symptoms for good. Understanding how our emotions are contributing to our symptoms and overall health is an important part of the work I do with clients and in my program, and Haley brings such a beautiful guidance to understanding some of this. Haley DeMarco is an acupuncturist who has a practice in Bellingham, WA. If you have any questions about acupuncture, or want to keep up to date with any information she shares, you can find her at: www.rootingwellness.com Instagram: @rootingwellness Get on the waitlist for the upcoming group program, Gut-Brain Healing Toolkit: Join Waitlist Take the free quiz: Gut Issues? Find Out If Your Nervous System Is The Cause! If this resonated with you, be sure to let me know over on: Instagram: @trustyourgut.health TikTok: @trustyourgut.health Book a free 30 minute discovery call with me HERE To find out more: www.trustyourguthealth.com Please SUBSCRIBE, leave a review, and share this podcast with anyone you think may benefit! Thank you!

Liverpool FC - KopTalk Podcast
Klopp odds slashed, Naby, Bellingham, Asensio, FSG, PC.

Liverpool FC - KopTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 51:57


You can support your host by becoming a Podcast Patron from just £1-a-month, in return every episode will then be completely ad-free! Various levels of support and perks are available. More info at http://www.koptalkpodcast.com. YNWA.

Chatting with Sherri
Chatting With Sherri welcomes award-winning writer Lazarus Black!

Chatting with Sherri

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 40:00


Chatting With Sherri welcomes award-winning writer Lazarus Black! Lazarus Black is an American author of genre fiction living under the shadow of a Pacific Northwest volcano with three Goddesses, his wife and two daughters. “Psychic Poker” is Lazarus's first sale, but hardly his last. It juxtaposes poker, the synthesis of probability and human behavior, with psychic powers, the solution to both probability and the chaos of free will. What if every player is psychic? What if no player has an advantage? What if their lives are at stake? But the strength of the story is in the reluctant main character: Tyson Young, a middle-aged Aussie with an acute wit. Lazarus writes from life. His stories are inspired by the diverse communities he has lived in, plus friends and family across the globe. He specifically attacks stereotypes and reinvents tropes to reflect authentic experiences that are sometimes stranger than fiction. He once earned a free funeral until the mortician learned his name was Lazarus and a good laugh was had by all (bystanders included). A true lover of learning, Lazarus has traversed North America dozens of times, has been a professional artist, advertising creative, software developer, database designer, epigrapher, executive, educator, inventor, game designer, pool hustler, heathen clergyman, machinist's apprentice, glass blower, scholar, actor, many other roles, and now published author of fiction. He hopes you enjoy “Psychic Poker” and look forward to reading more from him in the future. Bellingham, Washington writer Lazarus Black was honored at the L. Ron Hubbard Achievement Awards Event in Hollywood as a winner in the Writers of the Future Contest earning him a cash prize in addition to having his story, "Psychic Poker," published in the international bestselling anthology, L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 38.  

ServantCast
Ep 179 Worship - Reformation Sunday, October 30, 2022

ServantCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 88:04


This is the audio from the worship service on October 30, 2022, at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Bellingham, Washington.As we emerge from the pandemic, the work of the church continues.  Here are a few ways that the church remains thriving at Christ the Servant:We are meeting live and in-person on Sunday Morning for worship services in the sanctuary.  Everyone is masking and physically distanced.  9:30 am.  This service is also live-streamed on the CTS Facebook Page and the CTS web site.  The live-stream video will remain there afterwards as well.We have youth events that are ever evolving!We have a Friday Morning breakfast fellowship on Zoom - sometimes live at Boulevard Park, weather allowing...We have a ministry team called Deep Waters, which is dedicated to helping install sustainable clean water systems to communities in Honduras.We are part of the Family Promise program, striving to help homeless families in our community regain equilibrium.We have an active Justice Seekers ministry team, dedicated to achieving a more just society and church.Find out more - go to our web page or send us an e-mail.contacts:ServantCast: servantcast@ctslutheran.orgChrist the Servant Lutheran Church: office@ctslutheran.orgWeb site: www.ctslutheran.org

Reif ist live - Fußball-Podcast von BILD
VAR-Ärger, Klopp-Frust und PSG-Torgala

Reif ist live - Fußball-Podcast von BILD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 51:15


Kein Bundesliga-Wochenende ohne VAR-Diskussion. Fußball-Experte Marcel Reif spricht verärgert über die Entwicklung des Videobeweises. Mit schlechten Leistungen hat auch Jürgen Klopp in Liverpool zu kämpfen, während PSG in Frankreich weiterhin zaubert.

The Kopite Podcast
LIVERPOOL v LEEDS PREVIEW | BELLINGHAM/MIDFIELD CHAT

The Kopite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 48:27


Mick and Jay preview Saturday night's game against Leeds at Anfield and also discuss our potential midfield overhaul next summer with links to many players including a certain Jude Bellingham... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Community Voz
CV S9 Ep 12: Update on City Budget Process to include an Immigrant Resource Center

Community Voz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 63:03


In this episode, Liz Darrow talks with Tara Villalba, Homero Garrido and Australia Tobon - members of the Immigration Advisory Board who have been working to get the city of Bellingham to include an Immigrant Resource Center in the 2023-2024 city budget.Sign and share the petition to fund an immigrant resource center!Song in this episode:Profecia by Return of the MatriarchSupport the show

We Collide Podcast
A Candid Conversation with Bob Goff

We Collide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 35:29


What better way to celebrate our 200th podcast episode than to re-share one of our favorite conversations with none other than the New York Times best-selling author, devoted husband, fun-loving father, and enthusiastic follower of Jesus, Bob Goff himself! We're thrilled to share the audio of his Q&A session with Willow from our Always conference. Listen in on his answers to questions like: Why he only sings some of the words in worship songs What he would tell his 8-year-old self Why he plans to wear a Red Sox baseball cap for the rest of his life, even though he's not a fan and has never been to a game The one question Bob plans to ask God when he gets to heaven You'll get in a few good laughs, but more than anything you'll walk away from this conversation inspired and encouraged to love with everything you've got and to use the power of your voice and your words to bring more people in on the fun of following Jesus. Want to see Bob LIVE? Join us IN PERSON in Bellingham, WA on Friday, November 4t at our next Collide event All the Best: Women's Conference with Special Guest Bob Goff Let's be friends! Check out Collide's website for info on upcoming conferences, events, and resources, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for encouragement, inspo and a fun peek into our ministry. Plus, subscribe to our newsletter to stay up-to-date on all things Collide! Collide Resources: Our Personal and Powerful Bible study reminds us that God is able to intersect with our lives in both personal and powerful ways.  We all have big dreams and big goals, but we often get held back by our own self-doubt. But God wants to use you just as you are. Dig into our amazing resource, 5 Exercises to Help you do Amazing Things to help you confront the fear that holds you back, and to say “yes” to God doing amazing things in your life. 

Futbolgrad Network
Moukoko and Bellingham heading to Liverpool, Götze on the plane to Qatar and has the Union bubble burst?

Futbolgrad Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 44:35


On this week's episode of the Gegenpressing podcast, Manu and Stefn are back to discuss the biggest topics in German football this week. Including Liverpool's reported interest in Jude Bellingham and Youssoufa Moukoko, Mario Götze impressing Hansi Flick at Eintracht Frankfurt, Union Berlin coming undone at Bochum and what the future holds for RB Leipzig following the death of Dietrich Mateschitz. Enjoy!

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Bundesliga 101: 22/23 Sezonu 11.Hafta | Union Berlin Kayıplarda | Bayern Rahat Kazandı | Bellingham ve Dortmund Fırtınası | Frankfurt Doludizgin Gidiyor | Leipzig'den Mucizevi Beraberlik

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 37:40


Program Adı: Bundesliga 101 Bölüm: 11 Program İçeriği: 22/23 Sezonu 11.Hafta Maçlarının Değerlendirmeleri Ana Başlık: Bundesliga 101 22/23 Sezonu 11.Hafta | Union Berlin Kayıplarda | Bayern Rahat Kazandı | Bellingham ve Dortmund Fırtınası | Frankfurt Doludizgin Gidiyor | Leipzig'den Mucizevi Beraberlik Program Detayı: -Haftanın önemli maçlarını değerlendirdik. -Frankfurt'taki mevkisi dışında oynayan oyuncuların parlayışını masaya yatırdık. -Union Berlin'deki kısırlaşan hücum hattını konuştuk. -On kişi kalınca bir puana razı olan Augsburg'dan bahsettik. Konuşmacılar: Öner Tavtay - Gencer Konur #Bundesliga101 #Bundesliga #UnionBerlin #Bochum #BayernMünih #BorussiaDortmund #JudeBellingham #EintrachtFrankfurt #Leipzig #Augsburg

SAGE Mindset Podcast
Andrew Shelton - Giving Back Through Your Business

SAGE Mindset Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 39:39


The most important lesson Andrew Shelton learned is that the service of others is the only thing that can lend true meaning to one's life. He learned this in his twenties, standing on the street, asking folks to donate money to aid children in dire poverty. Providing those kids with necessities and receiving warm thanks and hugs from people who donated changed Andrew profoundly positively and instilled a deep-abiding passion for serving others. Andrew carries this forward to his real estate business in Bellingham, Washington. In today's episode, he shares his journey of how he got here, some key moments, and some key insights from 10,000+ hours of sales conversations on the streets.  To connect with Andrew after the show, visit https://andrewshelton.findbellinghamhomes.com/

Hacks & Wonks
Steve Hobbs, Candidate for Washington Secretary of State

Hacks & Wonks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 52:39


On this midweek show, Crystal chats with current Secretary of State Steve Hobbs about his campaign for Washington Secretary of State - why he decided to run for re-election, the threat of misinformation campaigns and cyber attacks on Washington's elections, how partisanship affects the office, and whether partisan attacks on his opponent are warranted. On the topic of elections, they discuss how he builds trust in the system in an environment of disinformation, addressing issues with disproportionate rates of signature rejection across the electorate, his plans to increase voter turnout, and his stance and approach to local jurisdictions potentially adopting alternative systems such as ranked choice voting. The conversation continues with the experience Secretary Hobbs brings to manage other components that fall under the Secretary of State's large umbrella and his vision to create greater accessibility for experiencing the state archives' historical records, resources for corporate and charity filings, and requesting governmental documents via public disclosure requests. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Follow us on Twitter at @HacksWonks. Find the host, Crystal Fincher, on Twitter at @finchfrii and find Secretary Steve Hobbs at @electhobbs.   Resources Campaign Website - Steve Hobbs   Transcript [00:00:00] Crystal Fincher: Welcome to Hacks & Wonks. I'm Crystal Fincher, and I'm a political consultant and your host. On this show, we talk with policy wonks and political hacks to gather insight into local politics and policy in Washington State through the lens of those doing the work with behind-the-scenes perspectives on what's happening, why it's happening, and what you can do about it. Full transcripts and resources referenced in the show are always available at officialhacksandwonks.com and in our episode notes.   Today, I'm thrilled to be welcoming a candidate and the current officeholder for one of the most important roles that we have in our state - Secretary of State. Welcome, Secretary of State Steve Hobbs. [00:00:51] Secretary Hobbs: Thank you. And thank you for saying it's very important. Thank you - I appreciate that. [00:00:56] Crystal Fincher: It is extremely important. And I think a lot of people are recognizing just how important it is now perhaps. Many more people are recognizing that than they have before because of how much talk we've had over the past couple of years about how important elections and election integrity are. But also, in addition to elections, all of the other things that the Secretary of State is responsible for like archives and records management and all those different things. And we're seeing an increasing amount of news stories and coverage in issues and challenges in those areas. So with all of that, what made you decide that - one, you wanted to take this on in the first place, and two, that you want to run for a new term? [00:01:41] Secretary Hobbs: Well, first of all, I've always dedicated myself to public service - starting at the age of 17 when I enlisted in the Army Reserves - then, and then going on to active duty shortly after that. So this was a nice transition from serving in the State Senate, which I did for 15 years, into this role because it's a nice little Venn diagram - you know how you have the two circles there? So one is defending democracy in my role in the military and the other is serving in the State Senate. And this is a great overlap because right now, as and your listeners would know, our elections have been under attack. Our democracy has been under attack. [00:02:30] Crystal Fincher: Sure has. [00:02:31] Secretary Hobbs: And so having that background that I have in the military - serving in the National Security Agency, being a Public Affairs Officer - having been in that role and defending elections in both Kosovo and Iraq, this is a great fit for me. And I enjoy it, I love it - but it of course has its challenges, which we have had several this year with three misinformation campaigns and a cyber threat that has occurred already just this year alone. [00:03:04] Crystal Fincher: So how do you defend against those? And what is the plan to combat all of this misinformation and the targeted attacks? [00:03:12] Secretary Hobbs: Well, it first started when I got into the office and there was an outbriefing by former Secretary Kim Wyman, who is now working for the Biden administration. And in that outbrief, she had told me there were several thousand - thousands - of attacks, cyber attacks, on elections and 180 instances of misinformation and disinformation. We all know about what happened in January 6 in our nation's capital, but some of you may not know or remember - there was an attack on our own State capital. We had to deploy the National Guard there. In fact, several of my soldiers had to go on that mission to defend our capital. And so I started by looking at the budget that was submitted by Kim Wyman and pulled it back and resubmitted it. And what I did was expanded the cyber security team. So we had a cyber team of four, now we've gone to eight. We're strengthening our relationships with the Air National Guard that we call upon for cyber security when we are overwhelmed. We are looking into doing exercises - one step up from a tabletop exercise, but actually a full-blown exercise in 2023, where we'll be having folks who are trying to penetrate our system through cyber and through misinformation, disinformation - a closed system there where we can react to it. We have created a team that would combat misinformation and do voter outreach and education, because some of the vulnerabilities that we have of people not having trust in our elections is because they simply don't know how we do elections here in Washington State. So we've got to do a little more education of that. And then creating a team of outreach to our disenfranchised and underserved and underrepresented communities that we're doing. Sorry, I went on, but there's a lot to do. And there's a lot that we have done so far in trying to push back on some of the misinformation campaigns that happen and the cyber threat that happened this year. [00:05:23] Crystal Fincher: Well, and it's really important - there is a lot going on. And I guess one of the more fundamental questions that people are asking themselves is - with the nature of the office and because this is a little bit different this year in that you're running against someone who identifies as an Independent, not as a Democrat or a Republican, what is the role of partisanship in this office? Is this an office that should be a partisan office? Is there any advantage or disadvantage to being a partisan in this office? How do you view that? [00:05:53] Secretary Hobbs: Well, in my personal view, I can operate in this office if the Legislature deems that it should be a nonpartisan office. Now, in order for that to happen, you have to pass a bill to do that. I doubt that will make it out of the Legislature since the Legislature is controlled by Republicans and Democrats and I don't see that happening any time soon. I think what you have to do is look at the individual who's occupying this office. How do I say this? Well, I go back to a motto - when I'm serving an infantry battalion, all infantry battalions have mottos and mine was, or ours was - "Deeds, not words." So look at what I've done, not what I say. And you'll see that I'm a person that works across the aisle. You'll see that I'm a person that can get things done. And you look at the list of endorsements that I have - I have Republican endorsements, Democratic endorsements. I have the endorsement of the Association of Washington Business and the Washington State Labor Council. And having a label on there - it doesn't do anything if you're going to be a bad person. So the last three Secretaries of State were partisan - Sam Reed, Kim Wyman, and Ralph Munro - and they were trusted with the public and they got the job done. I will say - in this day and age, though, people tend to trust Democrats running the elections, because they know where they're coming from. And I'm not going to back away from the fact that I am a Democrat. I'm proud that I'm pro-choice. I'm proud that I'm pro-labor. I'm proud that I support the environment. I don't think those are bad things at all. Whatever the Legislature decides - if they want to make this a partisan office - or nonpartisan office - that's fine. But I can operate in any environment. And I don't think it really matters anyway, at this particular time, but I'm not going to back away who I am. I'm a Democrat. [00:08:05] Crystal Fincher: That makes sense. No secret here. I think the values that you listed are very good. And that the people, in this day and age - given the harboring of anti, disproven, disinformation about elections and campaigns that they see coming from the Republican Party are comfortable - more comfortable - with the Democratic Party in this position. But with that said, there have been - I don't know that any of this has come directly from your campaign. But the State Party and the leader of the State Party has attacked the other candidate, your opponent Julie Anderson, for her associations with some Republicans, or the Republican Party. Given that - you just talked about, hey, it's about who you are, it's about what you do - do you think those attacks are warranted or fair? [00:08:57] Secretary Hobbs: Crystal, you did bring up a couple of points that have been brought up recently in this campaign. And all I can say is - to the listeners out there, look into it, right? So she did show up at the fundraiser of the minority party in the House who wants to take control of the House - that's JT Wilcox, Representative Wilcox. If you're calling yourself nonpartisan, I'm not sure why you would go to that fundraiser, representing a party and some folks out there that want to put these elections back to poll voting and eliminate vote by mail. And the same group of folks that fan the flames of misinformation and disinformation. She does have a political consultant that's Republican, and a communications team that's Republican, and a treasurer that's Republican. But I'm not here to bash on her. I'm just saying to the listeners out there - do your own research on it. But yeah, that's true that there are, she's - has some ties there. [00:10:07] Crystal Fincher: You mentioned your willingness to work across the aisle. Could that just be her attempting to do the same types of things that you were talking about in reaching out? To that, it does look like she has also, in the past - I don't know if she has in this general election - but met with Democrats and Democratic organizations. Do you put that under the same umbrella? Or is that different than just trying to work in a bipartisan manner? [00:10:33] Secretary Hobbs: I think it's an attempt to look at this race and go - okay, well, Steve's got the Democrats, so maybe I'll go get the Republicans. Because there are Republicans out there that simply just don't want a Democrat in office - and doesn't matter if that person's a good Democrat or not - they just can't stand the fact that there's a Democrat occupying that office. And so - she's going to reach out to those folks, it's just a campaign strategy. But again, I stress to the listeners - look at the backgrounds and see the deeds of the person and see what they can bring to the office. Again, I've been in the office so far for almost a year. And you got to ask yourself - is anything wrong with what's going on? And if not, why change horses at this particular moment in time? Crystal, I mentioned the three misinformation campaigns and the cyber threat - these are real things. These are real threats to democracy - I would say that you'd want someone who understands how to counter those threats. There was a story in NPR All Things Considered about a recent misinformation campaign that we pushed back on. And that happened in February - and it had to deal with one of the cybersecurity devices known as an Albert sensor that Homeland Security asks every government agency to have on their system network so that they can be warned when there's a suspicious IP address that data is coming from and to - because that's what an Albert sensor does - it tells you where the data is coming from and to. And you're not going to believe this, but the misinformation campaign directed at the Albert sensors was trying to tie the Albert sensor to George Soros. I'm not making this up. [00:12:30] Crystal Fincher: Well, unfortunately, I do believe it, but it is wild. That is - the attempt to tie everything - my goodness. [00:12:39] Secretary Hobbs: Yeah, yeah. [00:12:40] Crystal Fincher: I'm sure lots of people are shocked to hear that what they've been working on is somehow masterminded by that person. But yeah, there have been wild and malicious attacks and just an outright denial of what has happened in elections. And I actually think you raise an excellent point that we don't talk about a lot - in that you brought up even - we see this stuff happening on the national level and even January 6th on a national level. But that we did experience that in our own state at that time - both in-person and the attacks on our voting system. And so I guess one of the questions I have is given that we're in this environment of not just misinformation, but malicious disinformation, and people with an agenda to erode and degrade trust - how do you build trust in our electoral system? Because although there are absolutely people who are intentionally misleading people, there's a lot of people who sincerely believe we have issues within our system - and for a variety of different reasons and from different perspectives - this is not just Republicans, it can be a variety of people. In an environment where there is so much disinformation, how do you build trust and credibility with voters in this state? [00:13:58] Secretary Hobbs: Oh, it's a long-term campaign that you have to start right away and not only be aggressive on, but consistent on. So for example, the misinformation campaign on the Albert sensor, you have to - we brought together all the county auditors and we brought, we invited county commissioners, and we brought in Kim Wyman, Homeland Security and FBI to inform the county auditors - hey, don't believe this misinformation. It's not true. The Albert sensor is simply a device that protects you, not a George Soros machine. Unfortunately, one county removed that system and now we're still working with that. But we are right now launching a major voter information campaign called "Vote with Confidence" - we launched it yesterday. It'll be out on TV and probably when you're pumping gas - sometimes you see those video screens that are up that's showing commercials - and on social media platforms. And basically we're going to do more than just remind people to vote because we've done a great job of reminding people to vote. Myself and the county auditors have have all done that, but what we haven't done a good job of is letting you all know what happens to your vote and how it is secure, transparent, and accessible. You may know this here, Crystal, because you're familiar with politics - that you can go to your county auditor and witness the process. You can see these ballots come in, you can see them get counted, you can see every signature being checked. But the average person doesn't know that and that's what we need to start doing. We need to start telling people - even things that are somewhat technical - that this state is part of the ERIC system, the Elections Registration Information Center, where our state is connected to other states and different databases so that if you were to move to another state and register there and fail to cancel your registration here - guess what? We're going to know about it. Don't try to vote multiple times in the same election by trying to register in different counties because guess what? We're going to catch you and we have caught people doing that. This whole myth about dead people voting - that's just not true and when it does happen on very rare occasions, it's because a spouse votes for a recently deceased loved one and maybe that spouse, before they died, said who they were going to vote for and they voted for them and they signed their ballot and guess what? We catch that. We find that out, but we have to do more though - we have to let people know what happens with their ballot and we haven't been doing that. [00:16:49] Crystal Fincher: Well, and one question I have - we have seen, and there have been reported on, inconsistencies in how rigorous people are in either checking signatures or even potentially malfeasance in checking signatures. And we saw in a report on a county in our state where people with Latino surnames had signatures that were rejected at a much higher rate than those with other names, even though it appears they were valid voters, that everything else was in order - but they seemed to be disqualified visually with the commonality that they did have a Latino surname. And questions about whether racism was at play and bias within our electoral system - what role can you as the Secretary of State play to make sure that we're implementing process and executing processes across the state, throughout all of the counties, in a consistent way? And how do you hold counties accountable to that? [00:17:48] Secretary Hobbs: Yeah, thank you for that. That was a study that came out of the State Auditor. And she had - it's very shocking - Blacks were four times as much rejected, Hispanics three times as much, Asians twice as much. Young men were actually rejected at a slightly higher rate. And our role on that one is we're taking action on it. So already we're working with the Legislature. Now we know about this data, now we got to find out why that is - and so we're doing another study with the Evans School at the University of Washington. But we're not going to stand idly by and wait for the study. There's some actions that we can take already to try to mitigate that. And one of the things that we are doing, though it won't come online for probably another - probably not 'til next year - and that is text messaging the voter the moment their ballot is rejected. Because the main reason why ballots are rejected - it actually has to do with not signing the ballot. A lot of folks just fail to sign it because they - maybe they didn't see the signature block. Or, especially those where English is not their first language, they just didn't read it because it was in English. And so you have ballot rejections happening because people fail to sign. And right now the current system is we send you mail, which - not very efficient. Counties might call you. But what we're thinking about doing and what we'd like to do is - hey, send a text message out to them right away so that they know their ballot is rejected and so they can do something about it before, and sometimes even before the Election Day. Because right now most people get their ballots cured - and the term cured is used when your signatures don't match, or you failed to sign your signature - is there's a close election and a bunch of people go into a particular Legislative District or jurisdiction and they're curing ballots because there's a campaign - the campaign is trying to get their candidate across the finish line. [00:20:12] Crystal Fincher: So now - with that, and you're trying to get voters there, you're trying to make sure every vote counts. Do you also see one of your core roles as getting more people to vote - increasing turnout and participation? And if that is, how do you plan to do that? [00:20:30] Secretary Hobbs: Oh, absolutely. I think it's very important. I think we have to constantly try to do that. It's a struggle because sometimes voters just - oh, this election is not important, so I'm not going to vote. Well, we have to constantly remind folks that, hey, elections are important, it's part of the democratic process. That's why I'm happy that the Legislature gave me the funding to not only do this voter information campaign letting people know how their ballots process, but also reminding them again - hey, don't forget you got to vote, there's an election coming up. One thing that we are trying to do to increase voter turnout and increasing the amount of people getting registered - because there's a lot of people out there who are eligible to be voters but haven't done it yet - is getting at young people before they even turn a voting age. And so we're looking at, and this is theoretical this moment, but we're going to try to really push it in the next - if given the opportunity to serve out the rest of the term - a mobile gaming app targeted at young people. Maybe it is where they vote in a fantasy setting, they vote for imaginary folks - we throw on some civics questions, and maybe they get points, and they level up - to get them jazzed up, if you will, about voting and participating in our democracy. And looking at our curriculum, because we do provide curriculum to the elementary, middle school, and high school about elections - and so maybe there's a way we can make that more exciting, maybe we team up with our local tabletop game companies here in the State of Washington and send out - in a form of a game. The other thing we need to do is reach out to our underserved communities out there. And so taking a great idea from King County, the trusted messenger program - hiring folks that come from a particular community - knowing the language, knowing the community, knowing the culture. They go out there and do the outreach necessary to get people registered to vote, and teaching them and informing them about the process of voting. I can't hire enough people to do that, so we're already looking at - well, maybe we also contract out to different organizations that do that already. I was talking to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce a couple weeks ago - maybe that's an opportunity there out in the Tri-Cities - I'm going to go visit them again on the 18th of October. But we just have to do more. I was very excited - we started because COVID is slowly getting manageable - we were able to go to the July 4th naturalization ceremony in Seattle and we registered about 300 new citizens. And that is exciting - we're going to be at those events as well. [00:23:41] Crystal Fincher: So in a debate early in this race, you shared your view that we shouldn't change our electoral process to ranked choice voting, which is on the ballot in a handful of jurisdictions in our state, or approval voting - because you had concerns that some people already have issues with trust in our system and making changes might make that problem even worse. Is not making changes because of a fear of misinformation a valid reason not to explore changes? Or should we be investing in things that help make the process more clear to people, especially if it's going to update them on a voting system that should increase turnout? How did you come to that decision? [00:24:19] Secretary Hobbs: Well, Crystal, it basically - it comes to the fact that I've been in this job for a while, I've seen the amount of disinformation that's going out there. There's a King 5 poll that showed 35% of Washingtonians didn't trust the 2020 election - that's Washingtonians. And looking at the voter turnout - right now our system is pretty easy - you vote for the person that you like and it's one vote. Under ranked choice voting, you have an algorithm, you rank people. And at this particular moment in time, when you have this amount of disinformation going on and you have the situation in our own - US capital and or state capital - really now is not the time to do something like that. But one thing that I get very concerned about, and this is my own personal connection to this, is that you're asking people to vote in a foreign way, something completely different. And that we have a huge population of people where English is not their first language. And so now you are going to disenfranchise a group of people. And that's something we certainly do not want to happen. I think about my own mother who naturalized to this country - English is not her first language - and I can't imagine if you go back in time and all of a sudden you said - hey, vote ranked choice voting, and you didn't have a voter's guide or any explanation to her in her language, it'd be very difficult. I also think about my son. I have a - my middle son, Truman, who's got a cognitive disability. It's very easy for him to vote because I show him the ballot and I show him the voter's guide and I go - hey, Truman, all you do is you color in the bubble to the person that you like. And for Truman, a lot of it's visual - he's going to look at the picture, he's not going to do a lot of reading. And by the way, he has every right to vote. If you have a disability, that shouldn't prevent you from voting. [00:26:29] Crystal Fincher: Absolutely. [00:26:30] Secretary Hobbs: He is going to have a hard time doing ranked choice voting. It's just not possible for him. And so I know the advocates out there pushing the ranked choice voting, but let's not disenfranchise a whole group of people out there. They may not be the majority, but they're out there and we shouldn't disenfranchise them. Also, I don't know what this is solving. I really don't. We have the most diverse legislative body right now under the current system of voting, a very diverse city council if you live in the City of Seattle. I'm not quite sure what this is trying to solve. But I will say this because I know that there has been - people say, oh, well, he's not going to help us out when we do ranked choice voting. That's not true. My job as Secretary of State is to support the elections in the state and local municipalities. And that is exactly what I'll do if a municipality or county chooses to do ranked choice voting. But I am telling you and I am asking the citizens, please pause and think about it before you choose ranked choice voting, because there are other people out there that may not get it. It may be difficult to understand. Let's not leave them out in the cold and let's think about our democracy right now with the amount of misinformation that's out there. [00:27:59] Crystal Fincher: Well, and I guess I should ask a clarifying question because ranked choice voting is certainly one reform or change that is on the ballot. There's also another change currently on the ballot in a jurisdiction this year - approval voting. We see different methods of voting - one, just in our neighbor to the south in Portland - there they have a different type of voting on the ballot for their city this year. We're seeing a number of different types. So is your opposition strictly to ranked choice voting or to any of the kinds of changes, whether it's ranked choice or approval voting or any kind of change that would be made? [00:28:36] Secretary Hobbs: It's right now - this particular moment in time - is any kind of change, unless you can find a way where you're going to get the word out to those individuals where English is not their first language, where they've got cognitive disabilities, and the fact - hey, is this vulnerable to a misinformation? Because right now, if there's a close election, you just count out the votes and whoever has the most votes wins. That's how it's done, right - in close races. But let's say it's ranked choice voting or preferred voting - it gets slightly complicated. In ranked choice voting, you're basing it upon an algorithm. And so now, what's going to happen? Well, what's going to happen is you're going to have a group of individuals who didn't get their way, and they're going to say, oh, this algorithm got hacked, which is not true. This algorithm, written by George Soros, and again, not true. But that's what's going to happen. [00:29:36] Crystal Fincher: Well, I don't know that I would call it an algorithm, but a different method of tabulation and rounds of tabulation. [00:29:42] Secretary Hobbs: Well, that's what we call it - it doesn't make it a bad thing. It just - that's what it is. There's nothing wrong with it. I'm just saying to you that you just leave yourself vulnerable to misinformation that could attack it. [00:29:59] Crystal Fincher: I got you - but I think the underlying, as you pointed out, related concern is they are on the ballot and those changes may be made in places. And so the role of - again, in the implementation of these things - certainly there can be a lot of challenges that are introduced with implementation - how well just the system itself is implemented, and how well residents are trained and informed and educated before it happens. Do you plan on playing a role in that and being an advocate for voting and participating in the system should one of those be implemented? [00:30:41] Secretary Hobbs: Well, we have to - that's the role. I can't not do that as Secretary of State. I have to make sure that these - if a local jurisdiction chooses this form of election, then of course, we're going to be there to support it. [00:30:59] Crystal Fincher: And so I do want to talk about - we've talked about elections - and that's, to most people, the most visible thing that you're involved with as Secretary of State. But my goodness, you have a lot more responsibilities than that - just going down the list, aside from dealing with elections and initiatives and referendums - producing and distributing the Voters' Pamphlet and any legal advertising; registering private corporations, limited partnerships and trademarks; registering individuals, organizations and commercial fundraisers involved in charitable solicitations; administering the State's address confidentiality program, which is really important for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking; collecting and preserving the historical records of the state and making those records available for research; coordinating implementation of the State's records management laws; affixing the State seal and attesting to commissions, pardons and other documents to which the signature of the governor is required; regulating use of the State seal, which came in handy in another state - there was a whole thing about - that is an important and relevant thing. Filing and attesting to official acts of the Legislature or governor and certifying to the Legislature all matters legally required to be certified. You're also frequently called upon to represent the State of Washington in international trade and cultural missions, and greet and confer with dignitaries and delegations visiting the State of Washington from other countries. This is a big, big job and my goodness, you have your hands full with just elections, but there are so many other things underneath the umbrella of your responsibility. How do you both focus on elections and all of the other stuff? And how has this gone so far? [00:32:47] Secretary Hobbs: Well, I've got a great staff and I got great people who manage these different divisions. Thank you for mentioning those other things because sometimes my employees that are in libraries and corporations and nonprofits and legacy - which is history of Washington State - not to mention our CFD, our Combined Fund Drive - sometimes they feel neglected. My Secretary of State's office is about nearly 300 people and 22 people occupy Elections. There's a lot more that we do than just elections and I love it. I actually love the other side. It's very therapeutic to me because there's not the controversy that's involved in those other aspects. Libraries are near and dear to my heart. In fact, we have libraries in every state institution - our state prisons and our state hospital. I'm proud to announce that we're actually going into our state juvenile detention facilities, which we haven't done, and I'm glad we're doing that. It's about time - they should be in there. What I'm going to do and what I'm starting to do is use our state libraries as a place for rehabilitation - getting folks who are incarcerated, giving them the skills necessary when they leave the prison. We really haven't done that in the past and I'm looking forward to doing that. I get it's not going to be a lot of people, but you know what? Let's not let that space go to waste. I'm also excited using libraries as a place where we can provide therapy for the incarcerated. I'm working with, or talking with, some of the tabletop gaming companies - the use of RPGs and gaming as a form of therapy is an opportunity for us - to have that in our state libraries, so I'm looking at that. We team up with rural libraries and community libraries out there in Washington State - we're looking at doing more of that - creating game libraries out in the rural communities. They do it in Vancouver and in Spokane - they actually have game libraries where you can go and play games and it's an opportunity to create a safe space for young people out there in rural communities where a library is the only place where they can go to. And of course, corporations, charities - you had mentioned that. We are on the verge of creating satellite offices so that you don't have to drive all the way to Olympia if you have a problem with your corporate filings and your nonprofit filings, so I'm looking forward to that. People shouldn't have to drive to Olympia if they're having major problems. And there's a lot of people out there just - it's hard for them to navigate the internet, especially those who are older. So we're doing a lot out there with the other agencies of my office, so thank you for bringing it up. [00:35:53] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, absolutely. And so there are a few things - so many things we could talk about - these are all things that have areas, they're crucially important, they require deep expertise. You are there, and as in many departments and in many areas, there are very professional, dedicated, experienced staff who keep this running between and across administrations who are crucial to the work. But there are conversations about how important having a leader with experience in these types of work is. And that's been one of the areas that your opponent, Julie Anderson, has talked about as an advantage that she has in this race - as an auditor who, in addition to dealing with elections, also deals with a broad portfolio of responsibilities - that she has experience with many of these things, in addition to elections. And decades of experience she talks about, and that it's important to have that kind of experience in elections and in these other areas in the office, and saying you don't have it. How do you respond to that? [00:37:06] Secretary Hobbs: Well, I would say that clearly she doesn't know my background. And again, I offer anyone to look at my background, but I've been in the military for 33 years. And I've had varying levels of experience in the military leadership - commanded recently a 750 joint task force dealing with COVID support operations in Western Washington. That is far more employees than I even have now as Secretary of State, far more than what Julie Anderson has in her office doing multiple tasks. And that's just not just one thing - commanding companies and commanding battalion-level units - multiple people in a unit. Also, the the fact that I'm doing it right now. I've been running the Secretary of State's office for almost a year, and no complaints - I really haven't heard any major complaints from anybody. And it's been a blast doing it, using my skills - not just in the military - but having a Master's in Public Administration, my service in the State Senate. It's not easy being Chair of Transportation and managing that very large budget and navigating legislation. So I have more than enough skill, right now, in this office. Again, I just invite you to look at the backgrounds of each of us. [00:38:41] Crystal Fincher: Which makes sense. And so within those, what are you doing to preserve historical records, which is one of the things within the state - especially as we see in some areas, there are people who are much less interested in the preservation of historical records. And sometimes challenging that and attacking that at the federal level, bleeding down to other levels. And how do you make those records more readily available to the public than they are today? [00:39:09] Secretary Hobbs: Ah, yes. Well, so one of the things that we're doing - and it's challenging, because we just have so much paper records right now - digitizing all those records. So we're trying to provide more, hiring more people to do that, hiring better equipment. Just as I got into office, I traveled all - most, pretty much all the state archives buildings, except for one - talking to rank and file there. When I went to Bellingham, I talked to the archives folks there. And they were telling me, Hey, we need a large scanner to be more efficient, because right now we got to take - so you got to scan sometimes larger maps and stuff, you got to send it all the way to Olympia. It's well, let's see if we can purchase and get you a scanner so that you can do it there to make things more efficient. So those are the things I've been looking at. And of course, being able to have access to that online is very important to me. And digitizing our records is just one small part in keeping our records, but also telling the story about our state. As the state archives, I have the - we have the State Constitution, we have these old documents, and they shouldn't be behind a vault, a dark vault. People should see this, so I'm again, this is theoretical, and hopefully I have to get the Legislature's funding approval on this. But I'd like to bring these artifacts out, this history out, and travel the state and show people, show young people - visit, maybe, the high schools and elementary schools - hey, this is the history of our state. We're building a new library, and we're going to put a lot of info - not just our archives in there and books, but the state's history and the state's culture - let's tell the story about, especially in my community - I'm an Asian American, there's the Japanese that were put into camps. Let's talk about that story. Let's talk about Native, our Native peoples in this state - how we took their land and how they were struggling, and now they've become a political power in this state and how great that is, and how they have educated us on the environment - saving salmon. We need to tell these stories, and I've been looking at using our archives and our libraries to develop - not competition with you, of course - but doing a podcast. [00:41:35] Crystal Fincher: I'm all for it. I'm all for it. [00:41:38] Secretary Hobbs: Yeah, and talk and do it in the style of YouTube and Twitch, so there's interaction there at the same time. And I'm going to go on a bit of a tangent here, because I forgot to mention this, but - the listeners out there, if you're really into podcasts, there's one called Ear Hustle, which is a podcast ran by those incarcerated in the California penal system. And I want to do that here in the State of Washington. I want the prisoners to do their own podcasts to talk about how they got there, and how is life behind bars, and how they're changing themselves for the better. No, I really want to bring to life, light, what is going on in Washington State. [00:42:26] Crystal Fincher: So is it fair to say that you would want to - we have our physical libraries, we have our archives across and around the state - that you want to also create a digital library that is accessible to researchers, to the public - to see these artifacts. I was on a different site reading treaties, actually, that are incredibly interesting - to see what was promised and agreed to, and what actually wound up being delivered - which are in most cases, two very different things. But is that what you're looking to do - to be able to have people access, have access to these things - to view, to see - virtually as well as in-person? [00:43:08] Secretary Hobbs: Oh, yes, absolutely. You can do some of that already. But man, we have so much - so much archives. I was up in, again, the Bellingham one, and I pulled out this old, dusty, large leatherbound book. And I opened it up - a lot of the pages were empty. I just kept on turning the page, turning the page, and finally a page came up, and there was this story. It was very funny - it was nice handwriting - it basically said something like, Laura Smith marries David Hamilton, and two chickens, a cow, and some land was exchanged, or something like that. That, I don't know, I geek out over that. I think that's totally cool. It was a story of, obviously, a wedding, because we counties always record marriages, and that was recorded before the days of statehood in our territorial days. So all that needs to be preserved, that needs to be digitized, and we all need to see it. I think that's fantastic. [00:44:09] Crystal Fincher: All right - so we have heard from several municipalities, several reporters in municipalities about challenges with record management. And this is another part of your portfolio - records management across the state, which is also really related to the ability to deliver on public records requests, public disclosure requests - the ability to do that. And how many challenges there are within the system - hearing from municipalities and from reporters across the state that wait times for documents, for discovering whether something exists or doesn't exist, for records that should have been retained that have been deleted - creating lots of challenges for - really the goal of retaining a record is so you can be able to access the information. And so people who are entitled to that information, including the public, can access their information. We are seeing so many challenges with that right now - in the length of time it takes to fulfill requests, in the consistency of how records are retained and managed. What can you do to improve that? [00:45:15] Secretary Hobbs: Well, just like I said last time, I just got to get more people to do the digitization of our records and better equipment - especially the older documents - to have that scanned in. But the other thing that we've been noticing, Crystal, and maybe your listeners out there might know this - is the weaponization of the public records requests, where you have somebody making an outrageous request of a government agency to simply overwhelm them. And we have seen the rise of that as well, which is unfortunate, because that is not what the public records laws were meant to do. It was meant for transparency, not to overwhelm a local government with a frivolous request. Which is unfortunate - local governments and our own state government are struggling to try to keep up, but we have to be transparent, and that's what we constantly are trying to do. [00:46:19] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, and even that area is a big challenge. For the person making the request, it's always interesting, but I think there have been some instances - certainly that I can recall - where someone who disagrees with the nature of the request, or maybe it's from some political - people who disagree with decisions that they've made before, or reporters who are simply investigating what is going on - being characterized as malicious, but seemingly making some standard requests. Now, there are certainly bad actors out there, but that is not the entirety of the issue. And so for - looking at implementing records management processes across the state, assisting municipalities with that - is there anything that can be done? Is it a situation where truly - sure, we have these retention policies, we have to save this, but if we don't have the staff, then that's just it. And ultimately, then the public does not get access to information that they're entitled to. Are we really relying on allocations of funding from the Legislature and from other levels of government to be able to deliver upon this really basic entitlement that the public has? [00:47:32] Secretary Hobbs: Well, there's certainly attempts and technology changes to make this easier, but it does come down sometimes to people. And so that is a struggle. But we've done a really good job of meeting the public records requests ourselves in our own - we're a separately elected agency - but some of these small towns and cities are, they're having some challenges out there. [00:48:02] Crystal Fincher: Well, as we get close to wrapping up our time here, as voters are considering who they're going to choose in this election and trying to weigh - okay, I'm hearing arguments on one side, I'm hearing arguments from the opponent. Why should I choose you, and what am I going to see that's different, or what will I not see that's different - if they vote for you? What do you say to voters who are undecided as they consider this decision? [00:48:33] Secretary Hobbs: What I would say to them is the Office of Secretary of State has changed. It has changed across the United States and those offices as well. It's not one that it just simply works with the counties to manage, oversee, and support elections. It is now one where you have to protect democracy, you have to protect elections from threats of misinformation and cyber threats. And I am the only candidate that has the background to do that - with my background in the military, having served in the NSA, with my background of being a Public Affairs Officer, being a graduate of Department of Defense Information School, knowing how to combat misinformation and combat cyber threats. Also, the fact that I can work across the aisle and have done so in my 15 years in the State Senate - it's the one of the reasons why I have Republican endorsements and why I've been endorsed by organizations that typically oppose each other, like the Association of Washington Business and the Washington State Labor Council. Also, we need to have somebody that understands and can speak for those communities that are underserved and underrepresented. I'm a son of an Asian immigrant. I am the first API member that's ever been Secretary of State, and I'm the only statewide official who's a person of color. We need to have somebody that represents them as well. And lastly, I ask you this - because in all these elections, when you're trying to get rid of someone, is that person just not working for you? Are they not doing a good job? I've been in this office for almost a year. Are there any complaints? If the horse is getting you to the place where you need to go to, and the horse is a good horse and strong and improving, why change horses? We've done, like I said, we've handled three fairly large misinformation campaigns that - reported in NPR and NBC News. We've had two special elections in a statewide primary, and those have gone smoothly. And then you've heard in this episode here about what I want to do with other aspects of the office, such as libraries and corporations and legacy. So if you're happy with those things, there's really no need to change. And so I'm hoping that you will give me a chance to do the full term. And just to think of the improvements that I can do in the next two years. And of course, I'm always going to be there to defend democracy, defend elections, because I did it for real in Kosovo and Iraq, and I'm doing it now as your Secretary of State. [00:51:34] Crystal Fincher: Well, thank you so much for joining us today, for having this conversation, and for letting the voters get to know you a little bit more. Much appreciated. Thank you so much. [00:51:42] Secretary Hobbs: Thank you. [00:51:43] Crystal Fincher: Thank you all for listening to Hacks & Wonks. The producer of Hacks & Wonks is Lisl Stadler. Our assistant producer is Shannon Cheng, and our post-production assistant is Bryce Cannatelli. You can find Hacks & Wonks on Twitter @HacksWonks, and you can follow me @finchfrii, spelled F-I-N-C-H-F-R-I-I. You can catch Hacks & Wonks on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever else you get your podcasts - just type "Hacks and Wonks" into the search bar. Be sure to subscribe to get our Friday almost-live shows and our midweek show delivered right to your podcast feed. If you like us, leave us a review wherever you listen. You can also get a full transcript of this episode and links to the resources referenced in the show at officialhacksandwonks.com and in the episode notes. Thanks for tuning in - talk to you next time.

Reif ist live - Fußball-Podcast von BILD
Neuer-Sorgen, Super Bellingham & die Baller-Bayern

Reif ist live - Fußball-Podcast von BILD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 52:06


Eine neue Folge Reif ist Live! Bayern-Torhüter Manuel Neuer hat das nächste Spiel verpasst. Muss er jetzt vielleicht sogar um die WM-Bangen? Außerdem Themen der Sendung: Jude Bellingham zaubert bei Borussia Dortmund, die Baller-Bayern sind wieder an Union Berlin dran, Max Eberl spricht nach seiner Auszeit und reichlich Tore aus dem internationalen Fußball.

ServantCast
Ep 178 Worship - Time after Pentecost, October 23, 2022

ServantCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 79:49


This is the audio from the worship service on October 23, 2022, at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Bellingham, Washington.As we emerge from the pandemic, the work of the church continues.  Here are a few ways that the church remains thriving at Christ the Servant:We are meeting live and in-person on Sunday Morning for worship services in the sanctuary.  Everyone is masking and physically distanced.  9:30 am.  This service is also live-streamed on the CTS Facebook Page and the CTS web site.  The live-stream video will remain there afterwards as well.We have youth events that are ever evolving!We have a Friday Morning breakfast fellowship on Zoom - sometimes live at Boulevard Park, weather allowing...We have a ministry team called Deep Waters, which is dedicated to helping install sustainable clean water systems to communities in Honduras.We are part of the Family Promise program, striving to help homeless families in our community regain equilibrium.We have an active Justice Seekers ministry team, dedicated to achieving a more just society and church.Find out more - go to our web page or send us an e-mail.contacts:ServantCast: servantcast@ctslutheran.orgChrist the Servant Lutheran Church: office@ctslutheran.orgWeb site: www.ctslutheran.org

Nuntii Latini
diē vīcēsimō prīmō mēnsis Octōbris

Nuntii Latini

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 5:06


Truss dētrūsa Elizabētha Truss, quae mēnse Septembrī creāta erat prīmāria ministrā Britannōrum, diē Iōvis subitō, sed nōn ex inopīnātō, munere sē abdīcāvit. Summum igitur magistrātum quadrāgintā et quattuor diēs obtinuit Truss, intrā quod exiguum spatium pretium nummōrum pessum dedit, stipendia seu pēnsiōnēs aetate prōvectiōribus alendīs cōnstitūtās timōre dēcoctiōnis afflixit, cancellārium munere dīmīsit, ministram internīs negōtiīs praefectam perdidit, omnia quae prōmōverat retractāvit atque invertit, adeo ut Truss potius Saturnālicia quam autumnālis ministra prīmāria appellanda vidērētur. Diurnāriī autem Britannī diē Veneris rogāvērunt utra alterī superfutūra esset: lactūca extrā armārium frīgidārium relicta, an Truss ministra prīmāria; quibus nunc eventus rērum respondit, victrīcem ēvāsisse lactūcam. Nordstream pervestīgātur Gentēs Eurōpaeae causās pervestīgant, ob quās ductūs petroleāriī NordStream dictī sint diruptī. Dānī diē Martis nuntiāvērunt causās esse dīruptiōnēs, quod nēminem ēlūserat. Diurnāriī Suētī imāginēs rettulērunt automatā nāvī subaquāneā factās, quibus centum et quīnquāgintā pedēs ductūs ostenduntur esse sublātī. Suētī autem magistrātūs recūsāvērunt, secūritātis causā, nē cum Germānīs Dānīsque commūnem quaestiōnem habērent dē ductibus dīruptīs, nec volunt Eurōpaeī Russōs in quaestiōnibus inclūdere. Quae gēns impetum in ductōs illōs petroleāriōs fēcerit, adhūc incertum manet. Silvius Berluscōnius redux Silvius Berluscōnius, cūius factiō ad dextrās partēs prōna sociātur cum Frātribus Ītaliae ad novum regimen parandum, dēnuō coepit, ut ōlim solēbat, loquī dīcendī lībertāte aliīs factiōnibus incommodā. Nam Vladimīrum Putin, praesidem Russōrum, laudābat; quō factō Georgia Melōnia, dux Frātrum, verba Berluscōniī improbāvit eumque ipsum monuit nullum in regimine locum tālibus fore sententiīs. Lībanum sine magistrātibus Senātus Lībanus iterum ac tertium, sed frustrā, conātus est praesidem sēligere. Michaēl Aoun pridiē Kalendās Novembrēs summum magistrātum dēpōnet, sed senātōrēs nullō modō possunt quemquam probāre, quī in locum ēius succēdat. Nam ē centum et ūndēvigintī suffrāgia quae lāta sunt diē Iōvis, quinquāgintā et quīnque nullum nōmen habuērunt, quadrāginta et duō nōmen Michaēlis Mouawad, alia variās sententiās factiōsās; ūnum vērō tantum orāvit verbīs ōminōsīs ut fīeret “tyrannus benevolēns.” Lībanum ab annō bis millēsimō ūndēvīcēsimō in pauperitātem incidēbat, ubi annō bis millēsimō vīcēsimō immānis dīruptiō magnam Berȳtī partem dēlēvit; ferē omnis pecūnia ēvanuit, et cholera nunc per populum serpit. David Eby sēlectus In Columbiā Britannicā prōvinciā Canadēnsium, David Eby, administer reī iūridicae, est ā factiōne Novā et Populārī selectus quī summum provinciae obtineat magistrātum. Iōannēs enim Horgan, quī prīmus nunc est minister Columbiae Britannicae sed annō bis millēsimō vīcēsimō prīmō didicit sē malō cancrō laborāre, cupit magistrātum dēpōnere. Fumus et Pluviae Post longam hebdomadem fūmō inquinātam, gaudēmus dēnuō pluviīs fruī. Sed hāc hebdomade, et praecipue diē Martis, aucta aēris pressiō in caelō Vasintoniae occidentālis maritimōs cohibuit ventōs, quī igitur fumum ex ardentibus silvīs montānīs effūsum dispellere nōn potuērunt. Nunc vērō grātae pluviae et assiduae, quālibus Bellinghamēnsēs gaudēre solent tempore autumnālī, nōbīs regressae sunt, quibus aēr purgātur et ignis silvīs arcētur.

Better Call Daddy
269. Can We All Jump Ahead In Class? Thomas Bellingham, Jr.

Better Call Daddy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 52:48


Communication is the relationship!  What type of communication are you using?  Should I pick up the phone?  Write a letter?  Send a tweet?  How do you communicate with people you don't see eye to eye with?  Today we are defining class jumping and the role our surroundings play!  Where do we fit in society?  How can we live carpe diem?  How can we get used to calling daddy more?  Would you make a good parent?  Today's guest Thomas Bellingham, Jr. said his son is teaching him how to live!  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy! Originally from Erie PA, relocated to Louisville in the spring of 2000 after serving in the United States Marine Corps.  Thomas Bellingham holds a Bachelor's of Science in Workforce Leadership from the University of Louisville. Thomas went on to coaching football and mentoring youth at the University of Louisville, Christian Academy of Louisville, and Saint Xavier High School for many years, and still, take great pride in visiting these institutions and programs.  He's infectiously competitive and has a strong passion for community achievement. Thomas is the proudest Dad to his amazing boys, Saylor and Reid, and most days you can find them palling around town at U of L sporting events, the soccer field, or in the pool during the summer.   Thomas brings an enormous volume of energy and esprit de corps to RE/MAX Premier Properties and is always eager to serve clients, community, and colleagues alike."   Connect with Thomas https://www.mylouisvillehomesearch.com/agent/thomas-bellingham-jr/ Connect with Reena https://youtube.com/c/BetterCallDaddy twitter.com/reenareena instagram.com/reenafriedmanwatts instagram.com/bettercalldaddypodcast bettercalldaddy.com Me and my daddy would love to hear from you, subscribe, drop us a five star review podchaser.com/bettercalldaddy ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Fabrizio Romano talks Benfica, Leao, Ronaldo, more! | Transfer News & Notes Portugal Edition (Soccer 10/10)

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 25:12


Fabrizio Romano reports on some of Portugal's brightest stars including Benfica phenom Antonio Silva, Serie A sensation Rafael Leao and Manchester United's Diogo Dalot. Plus, Newcastle United's January plans, the Qatari Investment Group's latest purchase, and the race to sign Jude Bellingham. (00:54) -- Griezmann to Atleti... Here We Go! (02:04) -- Antonio Silva & the Benfica conveyor belt (04:01) -- Do Milan need to sell Leao? (11:50) -- Dalot and Barcelona's wage bill conundrum (14:15) -- Nothing has change for Cristiano Ronaldo (15:32) -- Vivell & Chelsea's Bellingham pursuit (18:15) -- Newcastle on the rise (20:01) -- Qatar invests in Braga ‘Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on  Twitter: @quegolazopod, @JOYPAULIAN, @MikeLahoud, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, Nigel Reo-Coker, @heathpearce, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Get 20% off Que Golazo merch, using the code GOLAZO20: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/que-golazo?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=que-golazo Watch UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, Serie A, Coppa Italia, CONCACAF, NWSL, Scottish Premiership, the Brasileiro, Argentine Primera División by subscribing Paramount Plus: https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ 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