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Your Brain on Facts
Voice Over The Moon, pt 2 (ep 179

Your Brain on Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 31:34


How'd it go for the first BBC announcer with an accent?  How much work can you get if you "make it" in voiceover?  How much did the woman behind Siri make?  And what's a pencil got to do with any of this?  All this and more in part 2! Like what you hear?  Become a patron of the arts for as little as $2 a month!   Or buy the book or some merch.  Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs.  Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter,  or Instagram. 00:25 RP and Wilfred Pickles (voiced by Simon Jackson) 04:26 The cast of Futurama work a lot! 08:17 Voiceover is easy! (right?) 11:30 #moxiemillion 12:30 Trying to find a job 13:55 Props and accessories 15:55 AI (even worse than the movie) 18:24 Bev Standing vs TikTok 20:50 sponsors: Sly Fox Trivia, Sambucol 23:06 Susan Bennett, the voice of Siri 27:53 It's in the game Music: Kevin MacLeod, Track Tribe . Links to all the research resources are on the website.   Back when the BBC was first launched in 1922, the first General Manager of the corporation, Sir John Reith, insisted the BBC be as formal and quintessentially British as possible, and he created a number of rules towards this end.  One thing he stressed in particular was that the newscasters spoke the “King's English.“  He felt it was “a style or quality of English that would not be laughed at in any part of the country”.  He also assumed RP would be easier for people across the empire to understand versus a regional accent, of which the tiny land mass of the UK has dozens.  Reish wanted things to be ‘just so,' even ordering that any newscaster reading the news after 8PM had to wear a dinner jacket while on air, on the radio, where no one could see them.    The BBC didn't create Received Pronunciation, though.  We can trace the origins of RP back to the secondary schools and universities of nineteenth-century Britain, making it the accent of a certain social class, the one with money.  Their speech patterns - based loosely on the local accent of the south-east Midlands, roughly London, Oxford and Cambridge, soon came to be associated with ‘The Establishment.'   although one of Reith's goals in using RP was to appeal to the widest audience possible, many listeners still felt alienated by the broadcasts being beamed into their homes because of this “upper class” accent being used. Despite this, newscasters were required to use Received Pronunciation right up until World War 2.   Why change it during the war?  Didn't they have bigger things to worry about?  Well, the Ministry of Information was worried about the Nazis hijacking the radio waves.  During World War 2, Nazi Germany invested a lot of time and money to train spies and propagandists to speak using perfect Received Pronunciation so that they could pass as British.  If they pulled it off, the Nazis could potentially issue orders over the radio in a thoroughly convincing and official-sounding newscaster voice.  Therefor, the BBC hired several newscasters possessed of broad regional accents that would be more difficult for Nazis to perfectly copy, and as a bonus might also appeal to the “common man”.   The first person to read the news on the BBC with a regional accent was one Wilfred Pickles in 1941.  [sfx clip]  The public trusted that he was in fact British, but they didn't trust, or couldn't ignore his accent to pay attention to, a word he said.  Far from being popular, his mild Yorkshire accent offended many listeners so much that they wrote letters to the BBC, blasting them for having the audacity to sully the news that way.  Nonetheless, after the end of World War 2, the BBC continued to loosen its guidelines and began to hire more people who spoke with the respective accent of the region they were being broadcast.  That said, the BBC does continue to select newscasters with the most mild accents for international broadcasts.   You can't please everyone, but if you can get in good in the voicework industry, you can do a staggering number of roles.  How many?  Here are some examples, pulling only from the cast of one of my favorite shows, Futurama.  You might say my husband and I are fans; we had a Hypnotoad wedding cake.  Billy West, the voice of Fry, Prof. Farnsworth, and Zoidberg, as well as both Ren and Stimpy, has 266 acting credits on his IMDB page.  Maurice LaMarche, who did Calculon, Morbo and Kiff and is the go-to guy for Orson Welles impressions like Brain from Animaniacs, has 390 roles listed.  Tress MacNeille, who did basically every female who wasn't Amy or Leela, as well as Dot on Animaniacs and Agnes Skinner on The Simpsons has 398 roles to her name.  Bender's voice actor, John DiMaggio, without whom the Gears of War video games wouldn't be the same, has worked on some 424 projects.  The man who made Hermes Conrad Jamaican, and gave us Samurai Jack, Phil LaMarr, is the most prolific voice actor on that cast, with a whopping 495 credits to his name.  Still, he falls short of the resume of Rob Paulsen, who did the voices of Yakko and Pinky on Animaniacs, and other examples too numerous to list here, because his IMDB pages lists 541 voice acting credits.  And did I mention they're bringing Animaniacs back? [cheer]  Paulsen is trailing behind Tara Strong, though.  The actress who voiced Bubbles on Powerpuff Girls, Raven on Teen Titans, and Timmy on Fairly Oddparents has 609 roles in her 35 year career, or an average of 17 a year.  That may not sound impressive, but have you've ever tried getting *one acting job?  Strong can't hold a candle to a man whose voice I can identify from two rooms away, a man who will always be Spike Spiegel from Cowboy Bebop no matter who he's playing, Steve Blum, who has racked up 798 voice roles.  And those are just a sampling of voice actors I can name off the top of my head.  So when career day rolls around, maybe skip doctor and firefighter and suggest your kid become a voice actor.  Not everyone who does voice work has a face for radio, so I put pictures of all the actors up on the Vodacast app so you can se what Fry, Yakko, and Raven really look like ..   “Sure,” you say, “that sounds like a sweet gig.  Walk in, say a few things, and cash the check.”  Oh my sweet summer child.  If it was that easy, everyone would do it.  For starters, there is no “got it in one take” in voice acting.  Be prepared to do your lines over and over again, with different emphasis, different inflection, different pacing, or sometimes simply saying it over and over again until, even though each take sounds the same to you, the director gets the subtle difference they're looking for.  Bonus fact: the feeling you get when you say a word or phrase so many times that it stops sounding like a word and becomes a meaningless noise is called semantic satiation.   You may be standing in a little booth all day, but that doesn't mean it won't be physically taxing.  Actors dubbing anime in particular are required to do a lot of screaming.  Chris Sabat, who voices Vegeta in the Dragonball series, says that even with his background in opera and the vocal control that taught him, “I will literally be sick the next day. I will have flu-like symptoms. Because you have to use so much energy, and use up so much of your voice to put power into those scenes, that it will make you sick. That's not an exaggeration; I will be bedridden sometimes after screaming for too long.”   That is, if you can get a gig.  Remember how I rattled off actors who've had hundreds of roles each?  That's because, in rough figures, 5% of the actors get 95% of the work. So unless you're a Tara Strong or Phil LaMarr, noteworthy roles will be hard to come by.  One plus side is you get paid by the word, as well as by the tag.  A tag is part of a recording that can be swapped out, like recording a commercial, and recording the phrases “coming soon,” “opening this Monday,” and “open now.”  The clients gets three distinct commercials from one recording sessions, so you get more money.  Assuming the client actually orders the session.  You may find yourself on stand-by or “avail,” as it's called in the industry.  You may be asked to set aside a few hours or even consecutive days for a recording session.  The problem is, the client isn't actually obligated to use you during that time and no one else can book you during that time until they release you from it.    But it's a job you can do in your pj's, and I often do, and that's always a plus.  Even though no one can see the actors, voice work still uses props and accessories.  While computers can be used to speed up or slow down dialogue (which is more of a concern in dubbing Japanese animation, where the visuals are already done), certain vocal changes can easily be achieved using random items in the studio. “If the character is in a hollowed-out tree, I might stick my head in a wastebasket,” veteran voice actor Corey Burton told Mental Floss. “If it doesn't sound quite right, I can throw some wadded-up Kleenex in there for better acoustics.”  Burton, like Mel Blanc, prefers to eat real food when the moment calls for it. “They want you to sometimes just go, ‘Nom, nom, nom.' No! I want a carrot, a cookie. I don't want to make a dry slurping noise when I could be sipping a drink.”   Pencils also play an important role, not for making notes on the script or creating any sort of convincing sound effect.  The plague of these performers is plosives.  You've probably heard them on podcasts; they've definitely been on mine.  A plosive is the noise you get when a consonant that is produced by stopping the airflow using the lips, teeth, or palate, followed by a sudden release of air.  It's also called popping your p's, since that's the worst culprit.  A round mesh screen in front of the mic helps, but the old-school trick to stop plosives actually uses a pencil.  If they're getting p-pops on the recording, voice actors will hold a pencil or similar linear object upright against the lips.  This disrupts the air enough to avoid the giant, sharp spike in the soundwave.  Now if only there were some cheap and easy trick to get rid of mouth noises and lip smacks.  You may hear a few on this podcast, but for everyone you hear, I cut twenty out.   The most sure-fire way to avoid mouth noises and breathing when ordering a recording is to use a computer-generated or AI voice.  Now this is a sticky wicket in the VO community, a real burr under a lot of saddles.  Whenever it comes up in message groups, a third of people turn into South Park characters [sfx they took our jobs].  I won't get too Insider Baseball here, but here's the scoop.  AI voices are cheap, fast, and they're getting really good.  Have you ever gotten a robodialer call where it took you a moment to realize it was not a live person?  There are companies offering entire audiobooks in AI voices.  There is even an AI voice that can cry!  So why am I not bothered?  The way I see it, the people who will buy the cheapest possible option, in this case an AI voice, weren't going to pay even my Fiverr rate, and invariably, the cheaper a client is, the more working with them makes you regret ever starting this business in the first place.  It's an irony a lot of freelancers and business owners are familiar with -- the $5k client pays you the day you submit the invoice; the $50 client makes you hound them for six weeks and then they say they want you to do it over or come down on the price.  So I'm fine with letting those gigs go.  The other reason is that while AI applications and devices such as smart speakers and digital assistants like Siri are powered by computer-generated voices, those voices actually originate from real actors!  In fact, I just wrapped an AI-generation job this week.    In most cases, even computerized voices need a human voice as a foundation for the development of the vocal database. Nevertheless, AI is creating new work for a wide range of voice actors. Are these actors putting themselves out of a job in future?  Maybe. Maybe not.  It's definitely something I had to wrestle with before accepting the job.  But I figured, AI is coming whether we like it or not, so it's best to be involved to help steer the ship rather than be capsized by its wake.   When I took the AI-generation job, there were two questions I had for the client: what control do I have over how my voice is used, and what happens if you sell the company?  I asked these two questions for two good reasons, Bev Standing and Susan Bennett.  Bev Standing, a VO and coach from Canada, was surprised to hear her own voice being used on peoples' videos when friends and colleagues told her to log onto Tiktok.  For one, people could use her voice to say whatever they liked, no matter how vile, and she'd never worked with, been paid by, or given permission for use of her voice to TikTok.   According to Standing, who I've taken classes with and is a really nice lady, the audio in question was recorded as a job for the Chinese Institute of Acoustics four years ago, ostensibly for translations.  “The only people I've worked with are the people I was hired by, which was for translations... My agreement is not what it's being used for, and it's not with the company that's using my voice,” Standing said in an interview.   Standing files a lawsuit against TikTok's parent company ByteDance on the grounds of intellectual property theft.  She hasn't consented to her performance being used by TikTok, and had very real concerns that the content created using her audio would hurt her ability to get work in the future.  Imagine if Jan 6 insurrectionists and other such hateful wackaloons used your voice on their videos.  Good luck getting hired after that.  TikTok and ByteDance stayed pretty mum, both publicly and to Standing and her lawyer, also a VO, but they did change the AI voice, which certainly looks like they done wrong.  The lawsuit was settled a few months ago, but it's all sealed up in NDAs, so I can't tell you the details, but I'm calling it a win.   The other name I dropped was Susan Bennett, but that's not the name you'd recognize her as.  Though she was training to be a teacher, it soon became clear to Susan Bennet that her voice was destined for more than saying “eyes on your own paper.”  She acted in the theater, was a member of a jazz band, an a cappella group, and she was a backup singer for Burt Bacharac and Roy Orbison.  That background helped her land gigs doing VO and singing jingles for the likes of Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Macy's, Goodyear, Papa John's, IBM, and more.  In 1974, she became the voice of First National Bank of Atlanta's Tillie the All-Time Teller, one of the first bank ATMs.  Her voice made the new technology more user-friendly for a computer-unfamiliar public.     Bonus fact: one of the earliest ATMs in NYC printed the security picture of the user on their receipts.  According to the man who sold them to the bank, “The only people using the machines were prostitutes and gamblers who didn't want to deal with tellers face to face.”  Or it could be the hours they keep.  I can neither confirm nor deny this, but I like to think that sex workers are the underappreciated early-adopters that helped the rest of us to be able to hit the cash machine on the way out of town (or the Mac machine, as my mom called it well into the 90's).  Bennet also became the voice of Delta Airlines announcements, GPS's, and phone systems.   But even with all that, that's not where you know her voice from.  “Hey, Siri, how big is the Serengeti?” [sfx if Google was]  Susan Bennet was the original voice of Siri on the iphone, but she never actually worked for Apple.  In 2005, she recorded a wealth of words and wordy-sounding non-words for a company called ScanSoft or Nuance, I've been seeing either listed.   For four hours a day, every day, in July 2005, Bennett holed up in her home recording booth, saying thousands of phrases and sentences of mostly-to-completely nonsense, which the “ubergeeks” as she called them, could use for generating AI speech.  According to Bennet, “I was reading sentences like 'cow hoist in the tub hut today.' 'Militia oy hallucinate buckra okra ooze.' Then I would read these really tedious things that were the same word, but changing out the vowel. 'Say the shrayding again, say the shreeding again, say the shriding again, say the shredding again, say the shrudding again.' “  These snippets were then synthesized in a process called concatenation that builds words, sentences, paragraphs. And that is how voices like hers find their way into GPS and telephone systems.   The job was done, the check cleared, and life went on, then 2011 rolled around and Siri was unveiled as an integrated feature of the Apple iPhone 4S.  The actors who'd worked for Nuance had no idea until well after it happened.  Bennett found out that her voice is actually Siri after a friend emailed: ”Hey, we've been playing around with this new Apple phone. Isn't this you?'  Apple had bought SoftScan/Nuance and all of its assets.  “Apple bought our voices from Nuance without our knowing it.”  As a voiceactor, this turn of events was problematic for a few reasons.  Typecasting and stereotyping, for one.  The downside of being successful in a role can be that that's all people want you for after that, like Sean Bean and a character who dies.  So Bennett kept her identity close to her vest until 2013, when Apple switched voices.  “My voice was just the original voice on the 4s and the 5. But now it no longer sounds like Apple because [Siri] sounds like everyone else. The original Siri voice had a lot of character; she had a lot of attitude.   Bennet has never said how much she made from Nuance, but we know how much she's made from Apple.  In round figures, give or take for inflation, [sfx calculator] she made $0.  Her voice was on something like 17 million phones.  Even a penny per phone would have been a handsome payday, but no, no penny for you.  “We were paid for the amount of time we spent recording but not at all for usage. The only way I've been able to get any payment for it, really, is through my speaking events, but I'm very grateful to have been the voice of Siri. She's very iconic; it's led to a whole new career for me.”   Another widespread voice that didn't get commensurate royalties is known for a single phrase, barely a full sentence. [sfx clip]  From FIFA and Madden to UFC and NBA, Andrew Anthony's voice has opened EA Sports video games for 30 years now and let us all have a collective shiver of mortality at that fact.  Anthony had a friend who ran a small ad sales company, who had taken on the not-yet-industry-cornerstone Electronic Arts as a client.  "My friend then called me up in Toronto and said 'Hey will you do this thing... for free?' I said 'yeah, of course, I will! I don't even know what this is but I get a free trip down to see you, so for sure'.  So Anthony went to visit his friend, read the line, which was originally “If it's in the game, it's in the game,” and assumed he would never, ever hear anything about it again.  Call that an underestimation.  EA is valued at $37B, with the Sports being a big chunk of that.  And Anthony has seen exactly none of that money, and he's pretty okay with that.  Over the years, Anthony has met plenty of other gaming fans and happily agreed to do his EA Sports voice impression on camera.    Not every screen actor's able to do voice work successfully; we've all heard flat, lackluster performances from big name stars in animated features.  Looking at you, Sarah Michelle Gellar from the recent HeMan cartoon.  Not so with the person who arguably kicked off the trends of booking big names stars for voice work, Robin Williams in his role as Genie.  Williams recorded 30 hours of dialogue, most of it improvised, for the 90 minute movie.  He took the role for *9% of the fee he normally commanded with the condition that the recordings not be used to merchandise products.  He wanted to “leave something wonderful behind for this kids.”  Thanks for spending part of your day with me.   And that's where we run out of ideas, at least for today.  So a wife overheard her boss saying he wanted a voice to notify people when they received email and volunteered her husband. “I recorded it on a cassette deck in my living room,” Edwards told the New York Post on November 7.  “Most people think I'm retired and own an island.”  Instead, he works at WKYC-TV from 3:30 a.m. to noon, and drives an Uber from noon to 6 p.m.  In 2014, Edwards told CNBC that he pranks people by standing behind their computers and booming, “You've got mail!”  Explained the voice-over actor, “I have fun with it!”  He's not bothered by not getting royalties, so I guess we shouldn't be either. 

Shutty Uppy! Let's Talk King of Queens
Episode 036 - Friender Bender

Shutty Uppy! Let's Talk King of Queens

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 48:37


Steve, Dusty and Jenna welcome Dusty's longtime friend, Brad Wilburn, to the podcast to discuss Season 4, Episode 4 titled Friender Bender.  The friendship between Doug & Carrie and Deacon & Kelly is seriously tested when Doug smashes Deacon and Kelly's car.  We had a lot of fun going through this one and of course had some fun tidbits from Brad about Dusty.  Enjoy!

TEACH! - Der Podcast für Lehrer
"Und dann...passiert ein Wunder! Was für ein großer Quatsch!" - Interview mit Physikdozent Viktor Bender über das Vermitteln von Lösungsstrategien

TEACH! - Der Podcast für Lehrer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 40:09


Viktor promoviert in der Physik, unterrichtet diese und noch viel wichtiger: Er lehrt den Studenten das, was im selbst in der Uni nicht beigebracht werden konnte. Wie findet man Lösungen? Klar, der Klassische Ansatz: warten bis man eine Eingebung hat. Doch für Viktor war das der Ruf des Abenteuers! Statt aufzugeben und frustriert den Kopf in den Sand im Studium zu stecken, zog er blank und schrieb ein Buch. Ein wirkliches Lehr und Übungsbuch... So als ob ein Magier dir endlich alle Tricks verrät, damit auch du das Publikum verzaubern kannst. Es geht um Quantenphysik - nicht jederfraus Sache...ist mir klar- Was es aber relevant für jeden Lehrenden macht: Wirklich die Lösungsstrategien mit den Schüler:innen zu teilen! Darüber hinaus gibts einen "Insider Bericht" über Universitäre Lehre. In diesem Interview: Vostellung Viktor Bender 0:37Der Grund, warum Viktor das Buch geschrieben hat 3:13Wissensgewinn anhand eines Beispiels 6:10Wie hat ihm das Aikido geholfen 12:52Das Schüler-Lehrer Verhältnis ist, was ich an der Uni vermisst habe 13:58Dasselbe Klima im Tutorium und auf der Matte 16:28Lernen ist ein lebenslanger Prozess 19:40Wie ist das Buch konzipiert 26:48Kommunikation ist der Schluessel 32:18Individuelle Anpassung 34:06Ratschlag zum mitnehmen 37:49 Lass dich verzaubern von einem Lehrer, Dozenten und Autor, der mit vollem Herzen lehrt!

Pilates Elephants
70. Embracing Change, with Raphael Bender and Cloe Bunter

Pilates Elephants

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 53:58


How do you know when it's time to take action and make a change? How can you confidently leap into the unknown? Raph and Cloe share insights about personal transformation and explore how to embrace change, even when it's scary. Find resources and links to research for this episode https://breathe-education.com/podcasts/embracing-change (here). -------------------------------- Purchase Raph's new book! Strengthen The Person Not Just The Body Part http://strengthentheperson.com/book (here ) -------------------------------- Ways to engage with us for FREE: Get our free ebook onhttps://breathe-education.com/posture/ ( Posture Myths in Pilates) Connect on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/breathe.education/ ( Breathe Education),https://www.instagram.com/the_raphaelbender/ ( Raphael Bender), and Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BreatheEducation ( Breathe Education) https://breatheedu.as.me/raphael (Book a time to talk with Raph) to share your story -------------------------------- Masterclasses and online resources: Do ahttps://breathe-education.com/masterclasses/ ( Masterclass) with us https://breathe-education.com/pilates-business-blueprint/ (Pilates Blueprint) with Jenna Zaffino and Raphael Bender Read more about thehttps://breathe-education.com/diploma-of-clinical-pilates/ ( Diploma of Clinical Pilates) -------------------------------- Have Questions? https://breathe-education.com/coachingcall (Book a time to talk with our team) *Links may not work on some platforms. You'll find all the info athttps://breathe-education.com/podcast/ ( https://breathe-education.com/podcast/) DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: AdBarker - https://adbarker.com/privacy

The Real Estate InvestHER Show with Elizabeth Faircloth and Andresa Guidelli
Scaling Your Business Without Burning Out with Aline Bender

The Real Estate InvestHER Show with Elizabeth Faircloth and Andresa Guidelli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 50:25


As a social entrepreneur, Aline Bender unites the passion of a social mission with the actions of business-like discipline and innovation. Part of her mission is to take her keys to success and pass them down for other women to do the same. Aline is the co-founder and CEO of Kama'aina Mortgage Group Inc., author of The 60 Second Sale, and a wonderful mother. Aline is truly a master at scaling. She brought her business to closing over $175M with a team of 16, and she's here today to share her story, how she did it, personal exercises we can all put into practice, and three steps to scale without burning out!If you're looking to scale your business without you having to be in the equation, this episode is for you. Tune in to the episode to learn from Aline's world-class approach. Quotes• “I didn't know much about the mortgage industry, I just knew that once you understand systems and processes and building people, you could apply that to any kind of business.” (8:45 - 8:57)• “Number one is, I say, let people build the business, you're not going to build it… I'm there to make sure they have all the tools, the support, and the technology to build it.” (13:32 - 14:02)• “If you don't have to work harder, don't work harder, just work smarter… Once you set it up, then let it run.” (17:38 - 17:47)• “Circle the top three activities or tasks, whatever it is, or responsibility you want to label, that you truly, absolutely love doing… commit on focusing only on those three and let go of control everything else.” (22:11 - 23:23)• “I don't want to be the smartest one in the room. I want to be the one who listens and pays attention to who knows the answer, and give them the floor and give them the leadership.” (27:10 - 27:17)• “I knew that if I was ever to leave this earth, and when I do, I want to make sure everything I've been through, the journey of getting out of poverty, that it gets passed on to someone, and they could do the same thing.” (36:32 - 36:35) Connect with Aline Bender:FB: https://www.facebook.com/aline.lamhawaiiWebsite: www.kmghawaii.com Resources Mentioned: The 60 Second SaleJonathan Livingston SeagullHow To Join the InvestHER Movement 1) The Real Estate InvestHER Podcast - The weekly show details the journey of some of the most amazing women real estate investors around the world, who open up their lives and share practical and strategic tools for growing a rental portfolio, flipping houses and the mindset that allows them to run a successful investing business while taking care of their families and most importantly taking care of themselves. Subscribe via:Apple Itunes SpotifyAmazon MusicAndroid Stitcher 2) The Real Estate InvestHER Membership STRIVE is a one-of-a-kind membership for experienced women investors looking to make deeper connections and take their Real Estate business to the next level. It is more than a transactional membership, it is a transformational experience for women looking to live life on their own terms.Apply today. We open doors in June. https://www.therealestateinvesther.com/reserve 3) InvestHER Community on Facebook We have thousand of members in our Facebook InvestHER Community (and growing!) This is a safe place for women to ask real estate investing questions and gain the support they need to achieve their goals! 4) InvestHER Meetups Around the Globe We have Investher Meetup members attending in person meetings across the country and Canada. Meetups are being held monthly by experienced InvestHER Leaders! Learn more about our InvestHER leaders, meetup locations, and how to become an InvestHER Leader HERE! 5) InvestHER™ eXp TeamOur mission is to empower women in Real Estate to live a financially free and balanced life, and we are extending our support to Real Estate agents worldwide. We have created exclusive content and support for the InvestHER™ eXp Team:*Top skills and strategies to grow YOUR business*How to utilize your “real estate agent” advantage to become a real estate investor*Monthly live masterminds*Become part of Libertas Organization with top coaches, Tim and Julie Harris. Jonna Hall Weber is leading our team. If you have any questions or are ready to join our team, click here to schedule a call with her.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

New Mobility Planet
Die Kurve höchstens leicht anrutschen.

New Mobility Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 16:43


Wer Skirennen gewinnen will, muss die Kurven schneiden und höchstens ganz leicht anrutschen. Das ist der Profitipp der Skilegende Bernhard Russi. Die Technik im Skisport hat sich enorm weiterentwickelt, doch das gefahrene Tempo ist erstaunlicherweise fast gleichgeblieben. Er verrät uns in diesem Podcast auch, wie er seine persönliche Mobilität gestaltet.Im unterhaltsamen Gespräch mit Björn Bender, Leiter Innovation, Forschung und Inkubation bei der SBB und Andreas Herrmann, Direktor beim Institut für Mobilität erzählt Bernhard Russi auch, weshalb die Investitionen in Andermatt sich vollumfänglich gelohnt haben. 

Issues, Etc.
0122. The Saint Peter Option: Living as Exiles in a Foreign Land, Part 4 – Pr. Peter Bender, 1/12/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 79:34


Peter Bender of The Concordia Catechetical Academy Concordia Catechetical Academy

Tom Shattuck's Burn Barrel
The Birthday Bender EP 425

Tom Shattuck's Burn Barrel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 45:23


Okay, here we go. WARNING: NSFW_____---------Tom is drunk in this episode. We talk about the ridiculous Rochelle Walensky, the terrible administration and sex, drugs, and booze. This baby is all over the place. This episode has additional exclusive content available only for Patreon subscribers. We turn the mics back on after the show to talk all about Lia Thomas and what life is really worth. Get that here: www.patreon.com/burnbarrel Find us at www.burnbarrelpodcast.com Email us: burnbarrelpodcast@gmail.com Follow on Parler: @burnbarrelpodcast On Gab: @burnbarrelpodcast Facebook: facebook.com/burnbarrelpodcast And Twitter: @burnbarrelpod Rumble: rumble.com/c/burnbarrelpodcast YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCWhLuhtutKdCmbHaWuGg_YQ Follow Tom on Twitter: @tomshattuck You can follow Alice too: @aliceshattuck More Tom stuff at www.tomshattuck.com Tom's "Insta" as the zoomers say: www.instagram.com/tomwshattuck/ Join us at Locals: burnbarrel.locals.com (subscriber based) Join us at Patreon: www.patreon.com/burnbarrel (subscriber based) The opening theme music is called Divine Intervention by Matthew Sweet. The closing theme music to this podcast C'est La Vie by Derek Clegg. Excelsior

Why Not Futurama?
Why Not Futurama #67 - Three Hundred Big Boys

Why Not Futurama?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 62:02


The Planet Express crew splits up to spend their $300 rebate checks when Andy and Scott review Futurama season 5, episode 11, "Three Hundred Big Boys". Find more Why Not Futurama? through the official RF4RM social media channels: Web | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram   Rate, review, & subscribe to Why Not Futurama? on: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher   Your feedback is appreciated. Send emails to podcast@rf4rm.com

Good & Grounded
Standing Up For Children Through Advocacy | Jenny Bender of CASA Colorado and Judge Bonnie McLean

Good & Grounded

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 21:41


Court-appointed special advocate (CASA) volunteers are people just like you. They make a life-changing difference for children who have experienced abuse or neglect. On this episode of Good & Grounded, Jim and Laura (a CASA volunteer herself) talk with Executive Director of CASA Colorado Jenny Bender, and 18th Judicial District Judge Bonnie McLean. In 2021, thousands of Colorado children were matched with a CASA but only 35% of the kids that needed a CASA were able to receive one. CASA is in desperate need of more volunteers, specifically males and people from diverse communities, to reflect the children and families they are serving. Change a child's story and visit www.coloradocasa.org to get involved.

New Mobility Planet
Erfolg mit zufälliger Geschäftsidee.

New Mobility Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 21:15


Judith Häberli, CEO Urban Connect, hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, die Ineffizienzen bei der Geschäftsmobilität zu reduzieren. Das Startup hat schon namhafte Kunden im Portfolio und verfolgt grosse Pläne.Im Gespräch mit Björn Bender, Leiter Innovation, Forschung und Inkubation bei der SBB und Andreas Herrmann, Direktor vom Institut für Mobilität, verrät uns Judith zudem, wie Innovation bei Urban Connect funktioniert und warum es sich lohnt, den Status Quo immer wieder zu hinterfragen.

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI
2022-01-05 Epiphany Choral Divine Service

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 104:26


Pastor Peter C. Bender

Issues, Etc.
Soundbite 1 – Pr. Peter Bender, How Handel's Messiah Proclaims the Gospel

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 1:27


Tim May Podcast
Buckeyes made most of Rose Bowl, critical offseason ahead of Ryan Day

Tim May Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 69:42


In order to break down the Rose Bowl even further here at Lettermen Row, the Tim May Podcast returns for another big show as Lettermen Row's Tim May welcomes in a pair of guests to this week's edition – Marlon Kerner and Bill Bender. Kerner, a former Ohio State defensive back, once again brings some valuable insight from his play days to detail what impressed him about the Buckeyes thrilling win from Pasadena. Bender, a national college football writer at Sporting News, comes to the table with plenty to talk about and takes a deep dive into what lies ahead for Ohio State this January. #OhioStateFootball #OhioState #CFBNews Subscribe for more Ohio State Football coverage: https://www.youtube.com/c/Lettermenrow?sub_confirmation=1 Ohio State Buckeyes videos from Columbus, Ohio from the staff of Lettermen Row. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Disability Matters
Bender Leadership Academy/Mary Brougher Mental Health Initiative

Disability Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 54:18


Joyce welcomes to the show Scott Hammerstrom, Manager of Programs and Partnerships for Bender Leadership Academy. Joining Scott on the show will be Leanne Thomas, Account Manager, Bender Consulting Services, Inc. and Chief-of-Staff for Joyce Bender, CEO. Each guest will talk about the mission of the Bender Leadership Academy and the Mary Brougher Mental Health Initiative. This program was started to honor the life and work of the late President of Bender Consulting Services, Inc., Mary Brougher.

Jon Chuckery
Georgia Should Beat Bama, But It Will Be Close

Jon Chuckery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 12:10


Jon Chuckery spoke with Bill Bender about Georgia's upcoming match up with Alabama for the National Championship and Bender says, that he believes Georgia should win, but it will be a close game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dover Assembly of God
A Vision of God The Creator | Revelation – Week 13

Dover Assembly of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022


In Revelation 4, John sees the throne of God the Father, describing the 24 thrones, seven lamps, the sea of glass, and the four living creatures surrounding it. Those surrounding the throne worship God day after day, shouting “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty–the one who always was, who is, and who is […]

Pilates Elephants
68. Neutral Spine- What is it and Should We Care? with Raphael Bender & Cloe Bunter

Pilates Elephants

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 64:56


Neutral spine gets a lot of attention in the Pilates and fitness world, but where does it come from and what does it mean? Listen in to find out what the evidence says about neutral vs flexed spine during load bearing, our ability to assess neutral spine, as well as some practical tips for cueing your clients. Find resources and links to research for this episode https://breathe-education.com/podcasts/neutral-spine (here). -------------------------------- Purchase Raph's new book! Strengthen The Person Not Just The Body Part http://strengthentheperson.com/book (here ) -------------------------------- Ways to engage with us for FREE: Get our free ebook onhttps://breathe-education.com/posture/ ( Posture Myths in Pilates) Connect on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/breathe.education/ ( Breathe Education),https://www.instagram.com/the_raphaelbender/ ( Raphael Bender), and Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BreatheEducation ( Breathe Education) https://breatheedu.as.me/raphael (Book a time to talk with Raph) to share your story -------------------------------- Masterclasses and online resources: Do ahttps://breathe-education.com/masterclasses/ ( Masterclass) with us https://breathe-education.com/pilates-business-blueprint/ (Pilates Blueprint) with Jenna Zaffino and Raphael Bender Read more about thehttps://breathe-education.com/diploma-of-clinical-pilates/ ( Diploma of Clinical Pilates) -------------------------------- Have Questions? https://breathe-education.com/coachingcall (Book a time to talk with our team) *Links may not work on some platforms. You'll find all the info athttps://breathe-education.com/podcast/ ( https://breathe-education.com/podcast/) DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: AdBarker - https://adbarker.com/privacy

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI
2022-01-01 The Circumcision and Name of Jesus

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 70:11


Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI
2021-12-31 New Year's Eve

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 59:55


Pastor Peter C. Bender

Rick Outzen's Podcast
Episode 361: Real News: Bender on Skanska ruling

Rick Outzen's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 6:46


Commissioner Robert Bender discusses the impact of the latest ruling regarding Skanska.

Sträter Bender Streberg - Der Podcast
Sträter Bender Streberg #92 Teil 2 mit Special Guest JAN VAN WEYDE

Sträter Bender Streberg - Der Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 73:56


New Books in Anthropology
Mark Bender and Aku Wuwu, trans., "The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China" (U Washington Press, 2019)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 62:56


The Nuosu people, who were once overlords of vast tracts of farmland and forest in the uplands of southern Sichuan and neighboring provinces, are the largest division of the Yi ethnic group in southwest China. Their creation epic plots the origins of the cosmos, the sky and earth, and the living beings of land and water. This translation is a rare example in English of Indigenous ethnic literature from China. Transmitted in oral and written forms for centuries among the Nuosu, The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China (U Washington Press, 2019) is performed by bimo priests and other tradition-bearers. Poetic in form, the narrative provides insights into how a clan- and caste-based society organizes itself, dictates ethics, relates to other ethnic groups, and adapts to a harsh environment. A comprehensive introduction to the translation describes the land and people, summarizes the work's themes, and discusses the significance of The Book of Origins for the understanding of folk epics, ethnoecology, and ethnic relations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books in Literary Studies
Mark Bender and Aku Wuwu, trans., "The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China" (U Washington Press, 2019)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 62:56


The Nuosu people, who were once overlords of vast tracts of farmland and forest in the uplands of southern Sichuan and neighboring provinces, are the largest division of the Yi ethnic group in southwest China. Their creation epic plots the origins of the cosmos, the sky and earth, and the living beings of land and water. This translation is a rare example in English of Indigenous ethnic literature from China. Transmitted in oral and written forms for centuries among the Nuosu, The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China (U Washington Press, 2019) is performed by bimo priests and other tradition-bearers. Poetic in form, the narrative provides insights into how a clan- and caste-based society organizes itself, dictates ethics, relates to other ethnic groups, and adapts to a harsh environment. A comprehensive introduction to the translation describes the land and people, summarizes the work's themes, and discusses the significance of The Book of Origins for the understanding of folk epics, ethnoecology, and ethnic relations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in Religion
Mark Bender and Aku Wuwu, trans., "The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China" (U Washington Press, 2019)

New Books in Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 62:56


The Nuosu people, who were once overlords of vast tracts of farmland and forest in the uplands of southern Sichuan and neighboring provinces, are the largest division of the Yi ethnic group in southwest China. Their creation epic plots the origins of the cosmos, the sky and earth, and the living beings of land and water. This translation is a rare example in English of Indigenous ethnic literature from China. Transmitted in oral and written forms for centuries among the Nuosu, The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China (U Washington Press, 2019) is performed by bimo priests and other tradition-bearers. Poetic in form, the narrative provides insights into how a clan- and caste-based society organizes itself, dictates ethics, relates to other ethnic groups, and adapts to a harsh environment. A comprehensive introduction to the translation describes the land and people, summarizes the work's themes, and discusses the significance of The Book of Origins for the understanding of folk epics, ethnoecology, and ethnic relations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

New Books Network
Mark Bender and Aku Wuwu, trans., "The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China" (U Washington Press, 2019)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 62:56


The Nuosu people, who were once overlords of vast tracts of farmland and forest in the uplands of southern Sichuan and neighboring provinces, are the largest division of the Yi ethnic group in southwest China. Their creation epic plots the origins of the cosmos, the sky and earth, and the living beings of land and water. This translation is a rare example in English of Indigenous ethnic literature from China. Transmitted in oral and written forms for centuries among the Nuosu, The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China (U Washington Press, 2019) is performed by bimo priests and other tradition-bearers. Poetic in form, the narrative provides insights into how a clan- and caste-based society organizes itself, dictates ethics, relates to other ethnic groups, and adapts to a harsh environment. A comprehensive introduction to the translation describes the land and people, summarizes the work's themes, and discusses the significance of The Book of Origins for the understanding of folk epics, ethnoecology, and ethnic relations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Folklore
Mark Bender and Aku Wuwu, trans., "The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China" (U Washington Press, 2019)

New Books in Folklore

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 62:56


The Nuosu people, who were once overlords of vast tracts of farmland and forest in the uplands of southern Sichuan and neighboring provinces, are the largest division of the Yi ethnic group in southwest China. Their creation epic plots the origins of the cosmos, the sky and earth, and the living beings of land and water. This translation is a rare example in English of Indigenous ethnic literature from China. Transmitted in oral and written forms for centuries among the Nuosu, The Nuosu Book of Origins: A Creation Epic from Southwest China (U Washington Press, 2019) is performed by bimo priests and other tradition-bearers. Poetic in form, the narrative provides insights into how a clan- and caste-based society organizes itself, dictates ethics, relates to other ethnic groups, and adapts to a harsh environment. A comprehensive introduction to the translation describes the land and people, summarizes the work's themes, and discusses the significance of The Book of Origins for the understanding of folk epics, ethnoecology, and ethnic relations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/folkore

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast
TPM Episode 258: Paul "LP" Crandall: Event and Marketing Visionary, Red Bull, GoPro

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 71:24


Paul Crandall is more connected to radical people than anyone I've had on the podcast.  LP, as he's known, has done everything when it comes to events.  He started as the banner guy, complete with all the zip ties and in just a couple years, he became the puppet master, complete with all the Red Bull budgets.  After a decade of creating and executing the most important events in the world, it was onto the GoPro rocket ship, where he experienced the pain of going public, cashed out and is now all about kindness. Paul Crandall Show Notes: 3:30:  How he became LP, being tall and volleyball. 10:00:  Tahoe, Shane McConkey, Bikes, and selling art 18:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Over 60 years of getting you out there 10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone 20:30:  Making Red Bull hire him, building Red Bull in the US, and illegal in Canada 30:00:  Creating Rampage with Bender and crew, NYC Events, and being final approval the US and buying a Bentley  as a gift. 40:00:  Dragon:  Get new goggles and really see the mountain use the code Powell15 to save 15% Alpine Vans:  Upgrade your adventure, Upgrade your life Elan Skis:  Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 42:30:  Red Bull, athlete risk, why leave, Q and selling planes 59:30:  GoPro, marketing strategy, going public, stock roller coaster, and Kind Humans 62:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Uncle E

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI
2021-12-26 Bible Class - Christmastide Lectionary

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 51:06


Pastor Peter C. Bender

Positively West Virginia
Episode 199 – Stephanie Bender – S&T’s Bees

Positively West Virginia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 39:06


Stephanie Bender is the owner and operator of S&T’s Bees in downtown Elkins. S&T's Bees sells all supplies needed for beekeeping, as well as honey, lip balm, lotions, soaps and other items made from honey. Wood, country, primitive, and crocheted items are among the several other items you can find at the eccentric downtown Elkins […]

The Chaser Report
BEST OF: Nina on a bender and Dan on the deers!

The Chaser Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 21:55


Today's BEST OF features some of our favourite guest appearances including Dan Ilic, Nina Oyama, and Dan Ilic! We remember that time Nina had a bender in Perth (of all places), and the time Dan asked the Interns for billboard ideas which ended up in New York. Plus the time Dan and Dom found the story of the year about two naked sunbathers getting arrested after being frightened by a dear. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI
2021-12-19 - Bible Class - The St. Peter Option

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 62:11


Rev. Peter C. Bender

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI
2021-12-19 - The Fourth Sunday in Advent

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 73:32


Rev. Peter C. Bender

Steve Jones Show
Bender on Recruiting Date Change: ‘Maybe'

Steve Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 19:24


Sporting News' Bill Bender says its a maybe for the recruiting date to change.

Drinking and Drashing: Torah with a Twist
Ep. 211 - Vayechi with Rabbi Chaya Bender

Drinking and Drashing: Torah with a Twist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 50:32


When we are facing life-and-death situations, we might be rethinking what our blessings are, or who we want to be remembered as. What happens when those blessings (or identity characteristics) are ascribed to you by someone else who's on their deathbed? That's what we deal with in Parashat Vayechi and Rabbi Chaya Bender reminds us about how death (or near-death experiences) might really be an incredible inspiration for how to live a truly meaningful life. To continue the conversation: Rabbi Bender's website: RabbiChayaBender.com Rabbi Bender's Instagram: @RabbiChayaBender Rabbi Bender's Facebook: Chaya Bender Bnai Israel Congregation's Facebook: Bnai Israel ILM Bnai Israel Congregation's Instagram: @BnaiIsraelILM Find us on social media: Facebook: @DrinkingandDrashing Instagram: @DrinkingandDrashing Show the love with some Drinking and Drashing: Torah with a Twist merchandise at store.drinkinganddrashing.com, and don't forget to subscribe and give us a rating on Apple Podcasts—it's a great way to help our show grow! Edited by Kate Griffin

Disability Matters
2021 Graduates of Bender Leadership Academy

Disability Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 53:40


Joyce welcomes to the show Scott Hammerstrom, Manager of Programs and Partnerships for Bender Leadership Academy. Joining Scott on the show will be Asher Jordan, graduate and winner of the Academy's 2021 Sam Miller Award and Zoe Whitman, graduate, and winner of the Academy's 2021 Linda Dickerson Scholarship Award. This non-profit organization has been serving students with disabilities since 2018. It accomplishes the mission of competency-based workforce development through a continuum of learning. Its goal is to increase long-term competitive employment for youth with disabilities. The Bender Leadership Academy delivers competency building programs that enable students with disabilities to engage in educational, empowerment and work opportunities, celebrate successes, and set and achieve career journey goals. Each guest will talk about what it means to them to have received this recognition and how they plan to be disability leaders in the future.

The Jayme & Grayson Podcast
KMBC's Nick Bender on historical weather over the weekend

The Jayme & Grayson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 13:53


See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI
2021-12-12 The Third Sunday in Advent - The Rev. Peter C. Bender

Peace Lutheran Church, Sussex, WI

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 80:27


2021-12-12 The Third Sunday in Advent - The Rev. Peter C. Bender

Pilates Elephants
65. Is Body Awareness Always a Good Thing? With Raphael Bender & Cloe Bunter

Pilates Elephants

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 59:07


What do we really mean when we say someone is “body aware”? Raph and Cloe explore the brain activity behind the mind-body connection and explain where we should focus our attention to maximise physical performance. Find resources and links to research for this episode https://breathe-education.com/podcasts/body-awareness/ (here)  -------------------------------- Purchase Raph's new book! Strengthen The Person Not Just The Body Part http://strengthentheperson.com/book (here ) -------------------------------- Ways to engage with us for FREE: Join ourhttps://breathe-education.com/pilates_elephants-register/ ( free weekly Q&A)  Connect on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/breathe.education/ ( Breathe Education),https://www.instagram.com/the_raphaelbender/ ( Raphael Bender), https://www.instagram.com/cloebunterpilates/?hl=en (Cloe Bunter) and Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BreatheEducation ( Breathe Education) https://breatheedu.as.me/raphael (Book a time to talk with Raph) to share your story -------------------------------- Masterclasses and online resources: Do ahttps://breathe-education.com/masterclasses/ ( Masterclass) with us REALLY understand anatomy with our 50 hr https://breathe-education.com/visualized-anatomy/ (Visualized Anatomy) course https://breathe-education.com/pilates-business-blueprint/ (Pilates Blueprint) with Jenna Zaffino and Raphael Bender Read more about thehttps://breathe-education.com/diploma-of-clinical-pilates/ ( Diploma of Clinical Pilates) -------------------------------- Have Questions? https://breathe-education.com/coachingcall (Book a time to talk with our team) *Links may not work on some platforms. You'll find all the info athttps://breathe-education.com/podcast/ ( https://breathe-education.com/podcast/) DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: AdBarker - https://adbarker.com/privacy

Why Not Futurama?
Why Not Futurama #66 - The Farnsworth Parabox

Why Not Futurama?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 54:00


Professor Farnsworth creates a mysterious box which leads to all kinds of parallel dimension shenanigans when Andy and Scott review Futurama season 5, episode 10, "The Farnsworth Parabox". Find more Why Not Futurama? through the official RF4RM social media channels: Web | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram   Rate, review, & subscribe to Why Not Futurama? on: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher   Your feedback is appreciated. Send emails to podcast@rf4rm.com

Dj Phase's Podcast
Episode 151: EP.151 95.7 The JET Feel Good Friday Dance Party

Dj Phase's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 36:15


Two mix episode! We get into the mix with Dj Phase on Jodi and Bender's Feel Good Friday Morning Dance Party.

PCBombcast
Episode 248 - Three to get canceled...

PCBombcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 81:18


We are back!  For how long after this episode... who knows?  But for now; Bender, Jay and myself are coming at you making off color jokes. Talking Hawkeye. Running through all sorts of pop-culture. And having a good time.  So download now... before its too late! And cheers! Jeremy B. 

The Secret Cabal Gaming Podcast
Lords of the Dungeon 57: Heirs to Heresy, Fallout and Our Tabletop RPG Pet Peeves

The Secret Cabal Gaming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 60:37


In episode 57 Bender starts out by talking about his recent game of Heirs to Heresy: The Fall of the Knights Templar from Osprey Games. Then the gang talks about their first foray into the Fallout RPG from Modiphius. Then the Lords round out the episode with a discussion about the things in RPG that they hate - their tabletop roleplaying game pet peeves.

Tape Notes
TN:88 Hiatus Kaiyote

Tape Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 93:17


In this episode, John links up with Simon, Perrin and Bender of Hiatus Kaiyote, to talk about how they wrote, recorded and produced the album ‘Mood Valiant'. Having written the album across the globe, from Rio De Janeiro to Byron Bay, the trio reflect on the development of their writing process, discussing how the effects of taking road-hardened demos to South America pushed their creativity into unfamiliar territory. Unearthing some unheard recordings dating back to the mid-2010s, we are given a rundown of some of the key moments of the band's career, along with an in-depth look at some of the joys that come with getting things down on wonky quarter-inch tape and rekindling a friendship with an honorary fifth member, the Korg VC-10. Listen to find out how to tackle shin cramps whilst playing a Steinway piano in a session, what happens when you combine delicate Colombian flutes with challenging rhythmic danceable beats, and how much the band enjoys the compression of audio on an Instagram story.   Tracks discussed: Rose Water, All The Words We Don't Say, Get Sun   Listen to ‘Mood Valiant' here. ‘Mood Valiant' - Brainfeeder   Intro Music - Sunshine Buddy, Laurel Collective   GEAR MENTIONS Korg VC10 Korg Kronos Korg MonoPoly Neve 1073 Channel Strip Roland JX-8P Roland Space Echo 201 Roland Space Echo 301 Roland Space Echo 501 Roland Space Echo 555 Neumann Mics Carvin PA/Mixer   SUBMIT A JINGLE For all of the details on sending in a jingle email jingles@tapenotes.co.uk   Submit your Tape Notes jingle and we'll play our favourites each week on the podcast. Jingles can be in any style, can feature the Tape Notes theme, lyrics, or none of those things - be as creative as you'd like (as long as they're between 5-15 seconds).   HELP SUPPORT THE SHOW If you'd like to help support the show you can donate as little or as much as you'd like here, (we really appreciate your contributions :)  Donate   KEEP UP TO DATE For behind the scenes photos and the latest updates, make sure to follow us on:  Instagram: @tapenotes  Twitter: @tapenotes  Facebook: @tapenotespodcast   To let us know the artists you'd like to hear, Tweet us, slide into our DMs, send us an email or even a letter. We'd love to hear!  Visit our website to join our mailing list: www.tapenotes.co.uk    TAPE NOTES TEAM Will Brown - Executive Producer, Engineer & Editor Tim Adam-Smith - Executive Producer Will Lyons - Editor Rebecca Ibbotson - Digital Marketing  Nathan Hetherington - PR Alex Nixon - Assistant

Issues, Etc.
3453. The Saint Peter Option: Living as Exiles in a Foreign Land, Part 3 – Pr. Peter Bender, 12/7/21

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 46:47


Peter Bender of The Concordia Catechetical Academy Concordia Catechetical Academy

Spirit School
Interview With My Mediumship Mentor Dominic Boag

Spirit School

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 48:25


I am so excited to share this episode of my interview with my mediumship mentor Dominic Boag! I have been working with him for the past year as my mediumship changed after losing my cat Bender and experiencing grief for the first time. I love to watch Dominic demonstrate and enjoy his cadence as I am sure you will as well. Dominic first began developing his mediumship in the Spiritualist Church after the loss of his father when he was fourteen years old and was working as a medium at sixteen. He describes his journey as being fairly natural and has allowed it to unfold with the guidance of Spirit. In this episode we talked about: - How he first realized that he was able to connect as a medium - His experience balancing mediumship development as a student in school - The confidence that comes from learning at a young age - How his mother came to learn about his abilities and support him - The shift in Dominic's mediumship after his vision loss - Learning to trust Spirit and to release the fear of being wrong - How my mediumship improved after giving myself time to grieve - Knowing that Spirit is beside us when we need to experience the human parts of life - Allowing your own unique mediumship journey to unfold through Spirit instead of comparison - Dominic gives his tips for developing mediums including to have fun! It was incredible to have this conversation with Dominic and to share his voice and philosophies with you. I hope you will feel more confident in your own abilities and connection to Spirit having listened to this episode! LINKS Facebook @PsychicMediumDominicBoag Instagram @dominicboag  Find more about Dominic's work and events at https://dominicboag.com/

Issues, Etc.
3373. The Saint Peter Option: Living as Exiles in a Foreign Land, Part 2 – Pr. Peter Bender, 11/30/21

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 35:43


Peter Bender of The Concordia Catechetical Academy Concordia Catechetical Academy

Issues, Etc.
3311. The Lord’s Prayer Petition: Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread – Pr. Peter Bender, 11/4/21

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 57:16


Peter Bender of The Concordia Catechetical Academy Concordia Catechetical Academy

Issues, Etc.
3292. The Saint Peter Option: Living as Exiles in a Foreign Land, Part 1 – Pr. Peter Bender, 11/22/21

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 53:44


Peter Bender of The Concordia Catechetical Academy Concordia Catechetical Academy

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3263. The Hymn, “Wake, Awake for Night Is Flying” – Pr. Peter Bender, 11/19/21

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 57:48


Peter Bender of The Concordia Catechetical Academy Concordia Catechetical Academy