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Physio-Psychology
About The Pressure We Put On Ourselves

Physio-Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 40:31


We are striving to be perfect - perfect looks, perfect careers, perfect relationships, perfect house, but who determines what "perfect" means? Are we measuring our perfection by society standards? What would make us perfect? We put so much pressure on ourselves to be perfect, that we cannot even recognize anymore, how perfect we already are. we are berating ourselves, judging and criticizing  ourselves, Blaming and shaming ourselves and put ourselves on guilt trips - all day long. What happens if we do that, what are the effects of this self-destructive behavior? How can we change that? This and more will be discussed in this episode.

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News
1121: MIKE NOVOGRATZ PULLS $500K BITCOIN PREDICTION IN 5 YEARS, BLAMING THE FEDS RATE HIKES!!

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 29:42


Bitcoin now faces a tougher path to eventually reaching $500,000, according to Mike Novogratz - with the Galaxy Digital chief executive backing down from his previous BTC price prediction that the king crypto would hit that level within five years. Novogratz said in a recent interview that the Federal Reserve's monetary-tightening campaign led by chairman Jerome Powell has been the key factor that caused the Bitcoin price to plunge 63% to just under $17,000 this year. "No, not in five years," he told Bloomberg TV when asked about a previous prediction he'd made that Bitcoin would hit $500,000 by 2027. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From Betrayal To Breakthrough
A Dose of Dr. Debi: 6 Reasons Why We Sabotage Our Relationships

From Betrayal To Breakthrough

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 7:01


In today's episode of A Dose of Dr. Debi, Dr. Debi talks about 6 reasons why we sabotage our relationships.  In This Episode  Unprocessed trauma in our relationships  Sabotage as a form of talking back  Blaming others to protect ourselves  Links  6 Reasons Why We Sabotage Our Relationships  Visit The PBT Institute  SubscribeToDebi.com  PBT Institute Membership  Trust Again 2.0  PBT Podcasts  Healed or Hardened Quiz  Post Betrayal Syndrome Quiz 

Visions, Faith, and the Persecuted Church
Thy #Redeemer #Isaiahs #Prophetic #Book Pt152 on Battle Lines

Visions, Faith, and the Persecuted Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 61:00


Thy Redeemer brings us to Isaiah's Prophetic Book Part One hundred and fifty-two. A stark warning and the truth of the reason why Judah went into captivity. A lesson for all people, for today the Messiah Yeshua, Jesus Christ is coming soon to hold all nations and people accountable for their sins. But through Christ, those sins can be forgiven. The house of Judah lost their home and all that therein is because of failure to repent. Blaming others would not help their cause, neither will it succeed when the Messiah returns as King of Kings and Lord of Lords.   Go https://linktr.ee/warnradio more info.   Thy Redeemer challenges the notion that there is no God, nor #Hope, nor #Eternal #Redemption. Herein, we find the example of Judah and with it glimpses of the #Messiah as well. For it was to Judah, which given the #Word of the #LORD through Isaiah that told the whole of the people the truth. To them it was said "for your #iniquities have ye sold yourselves." They would lose their land, promises, and #Jerusalem as Babylon would carry them away in bondage for 70 years. God did not put them away for no other reason than their transgressions and the failure of the people to #repent and turn wholly to the #GodofIsrael. #ThyRedeemer   To get the Books from the Watchman Dana G Smith go to his website http://www.DanaGlennSmith.com

IMPACT: Parenting with Perspective
Are You Unhappy In Your Parenting?

IMPACT: Parenting with Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 31:02


Your Stories Are Making You UnhappyOne of the things I've noticed recently is that there are a lot of unhappy parents and teens out there. This is something that I've been coaching on regularly for the past several months. And, to be honest, this is something that I've been struggling with in my own life recently. Then recently I heard my coach say, . . . "Unhappiness comes from the gap between where your current lifeis (story) and where you think it should be (story). That gap in between is the'unhappiness gap'.” ~ Jim FortinThe truth is, EVERYTHING is a story. Be The Hero Of Your StoriesAnother thing that causes unhappiness, and one that I am a master at, is positioning yourself as the victim in your story. I do this all the time. I blame the guy who cut me off, or my wife or business partner for a disagreement. The problem is, anytime you blame someone else, you position yourself as the victim in your story. If you or your teen are unhappy, check your stories. Are you blaming someone or something outside of your control?If the answer is "Yes," that's awesome news because YOU have the power to be the hero of your stories. Start Developing New StoriesThere's a trend in life coaching to really focus on what you are thinking. This isn't bad, and I love thought awareness, but I think there's also power in focusing on HOW you are thinking. Blaming is a way of thinking. Catastrophizing is a way of thinking. On the other hand, being accountable or taking responsibility are ways of thinking.  As you change how you think, you will start practicing new stories. You can do this both on the individual level of WHAT you are thinking and on the bigger picture of HOW you are thinking. Want to Be Happier? Tell Better Stories. There was a time when my business was new, we weren't making much money, and we had to get help from our church to provide food for my family. I remember thinking things like:I'm a failure. My business isn't working. I should quit. This isn't working. It's the market's fault.As I did some self coaching, I started replacing my old stories with more helpful stories like:This is an opportunity for me to grow from desperation. This will be a good story to help inspire future clients. If I can get through this, I can get through anything. Making sense of your past or current trials and struggles is kind of like connecting the dots between where you were and are and where you want to be. Making sense of your life is simply choosing the stories that you will tell and the interpretations you will make. Merry Christmas!I want to give YOU a FREE GIFT, my podcast-mini-series to help YOU grow as a parent. This mini-series will only be available for a limited time, until Wednesday December 14, 2022. This is a gift that will impact not only you, but your whole entire family as well. As you grow and develop your parenting skills, things will change in your whole home. Make this year's Christmas magical, by BEING the parent of your dreams. Check out my FREE new podcast-mini-series Parenting From the Inside Out and learn how you can give your family the gift of your own personal growth. FREE Podcast-Mini-Series

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta
Bickley&Marotta talk about the media blaming both Kyler and Kliff for the Cardinals' failures

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 40:34


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The Pivot Podcast
Ryan Leaf 1st Round NFL Pick on Fall From Top, Addiction, Prison Time & Life Now

The Pivot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 61:46


FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast FOLLOW HAPPY DAD: https://www.instagram.com/happydad FIND HAPPY DAD: https://www.happydad.com/find The former 2nd overall pick, only behind Peyton Manning in the 1998 NFL draft, Ryan Leaf shares his emotional journey and his fall from the top to finding light again after very dark times. This episode of The Pivot is a story of redemption, addiction, and a conversation about restoring faith with the former first round NFL pick, Ryan Leaf, as he sits with Fred, Channing and Ryan to open up about how the star quarterback found himself in handcuffs a few short years after being at the top of the sports world. After losing his NFL career and football, the one thing he felt defined him, Ryan tried to lean into fame and eventually turned to pills to disguise the pain. His addiction over time led to desperation and burglarizing homes trying find prescription medications and anything that he could find to feed his fix until his actions left him behind bars in prison. Considered one of the best collegiate quarterbacks during his time at Washington State, Leaf admits now he wasn't mentally prepared to be under the NFL microscope from growing up in a small town in Montana to becoming a Heisman finalist to instant stardom and wealth of the NFL. Playing for five years in the league, Ryan admits that his career was over after his third game, despite winning 2 of the 3 because of how he handled them. Blaming everyone else for his short comings and behaviors, his outbursts and arrogance cost him his career, his money and he ended up quitting thinking he was bigger than the sport itself. This choice led him further down a path of poor decisions and pills to numb the absence of the thing he loved most, football. Ryan reflects back on his depression saying he was consumed by the validation of others and tried to cover up the shame of being considered the NFL's biggest draft bust. Looking back, Leaf explains to guys that he's grateful for his time in prison because it allowed him to humble himself and learn to take accountability for his actions. Although he believes that rehabilitation is a better solution for nonviolent drug offenders, Leaf shares that his fellow inmates taught him some hard lessons and made him realize the blame and also how to rebuild that life wasn't over for him. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY) 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MI/NJ/NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Void in ONT. Eligibility restrictions apply. Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min. $5 pre-game moneyline bet. Bet must win. $150 issued as six (6) $25 free bets. See terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/footballterms. Ends 12/30/22 at 11:59PM ET. Sponsored by DK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WCHV's Joe Thomas in the Morning Podcast
112522 @107wchv "POTUS Still Blaming Inanimate Objects"

WCHV's Joe Thomas in the Morning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 47:32


It's the progressive left's version of; "which came first, the chicken or the egg",,, The gun makes people violent to one another.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The You-est You™ Podcast
The Life-Changing Practice of Inner Bonding with Dr. Margaret Paul

The You-est You™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 47:10


Meet Dr. Margaret Paul   Dr. Margaret Paul is a bestselling author of 12 published books, relationship expert, and co-creator of the powerful Inner Bonding® self-healing process. She has appeared on numerous radio and television shows, including Oprah. Margaret is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council. Dr. Paul has been recognized as a luminary and leader in the field of psychology and personal growth by Jack Canfield, Alanis Morissette, Neale Donald Walsch, and John Gray, to name a few.    First off, I firmly believe that there is a crisis of self-abandonment and a lack of self-love and self-kindness. We dove deep into how to change this disturbing habit and belief system that can wreak havoc on your immune system and body. I know from my own experience that my own past health issues with my thyroid and immune system had everything to do with not knowing how to honor my feelings or take care of myself. I have no doubt that so many illnesses and physical ailments are due to a lack of self-care, self-love, self-kindness, and ultimately self-abandonment. You will learn in this conversation the powerful process of Inner Bonding, one that Dr. Margaret has used with thousands of patients (including herself), and how to use this healing process with yourself. I highly recommend you get her book, The Inner Bonding Workbook, and make your own Inner Bonding work a real priority. If you need any proof, watch Dr. Margaret on my YouTube channel (https://youtube.com/juliereisler) and you will see the pure joy and love emanating out of her and how kind the years have been through this work (seriously, you won't believe that she is 83).     What Does Self-Abandonment Really Mean Self-abandonment is when you are taking care of everyone else but yourself. Most of us are trained to abandon ourselves because our culture, family of origin, religion, or surroundings teach us that it is selfish to care for ourselves first. You can't do this without experiencing physical symptoms. Self-care is actually the opposite of selfishness because it's about taking responsibility for yourself and your well-being. You then take yourself out of the victim mode. Blaming others for your well-being and issues is actually selfish. Taking care of yourself relieves the burden of others taking care of you. Get the difference? This is a powerful distinction. The Inner Bonding process is all about moving out of our head focus into a body focus so we can learn to truly love ourselves, and receive guidance from our Higher Self for the rest of our life.     The 6-Step Process to Inner Bonding:   Be willing to be present with your feelings, including those of loneliness, pain, sadness, and despair. You'll go back to being present and take responsibility for your feelings so that you can get out of your head and into your body and heart. Breathe into your heart and be open to learning about how to love yourself. In this step, you will start to gain access to your higher self, when your frequency is high enough. Keep your body clean with healthy, nourishing, clean organic foods. Keep your thoughts clear and clean as well. Eating well is loving to your body and your whole self. Because Spirit exists at such a high frequency, the more you are in alignment with this energy level, the more you can get 'at will divine guidance'. Imagine a wiser part of yourself (500 years older) full of power, truth, and wisdom, and invite that higher self part of you in. This is the 'loving adult' that lives within each of us. In doing this you'll develop new neural pathways in the brain.  Breathe back into your feelings. For example, if you felt numb and depressed, go back into those feelings and imagine these feelings as your inner child. Ask this part of you: 'How am I treating you? What am I telling you?' We caused our own self-abandonment, so this step is crucial for taking responsibility and discovering how we're abandoning ourselves. This is connecting to our younger self, our 'wounded ego self', which is also Character 2 for those who have read Whole Brain Living by Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, or heard either of our two interviews. To listen to either interview, go to: https://youtu.be/gox_ZIwZdpk  or https://youtu.be/_LisJ6vFwEk. There's always a belief, usually about fear, to better understand and discover. Dialogue with your higher guidance about your false beliefs. Ask this part of yourself: 'What is loving to me? What is in my highest good right now?' Take loving action (the more you do this, the more you're programming yourself to be kind and loving to yourself in thought and action) Go back to how you are feeling --- if it's a loving action, you'll feel relief and you won't feel shame or fear.   Inner Bonding is about knowing you are never alone and that you can access your Higher Guidance at any time. Your guidance is ALWAYS there, my friend. My favorite quote from our conversation (which brought tears to my eyes) was this: "We're on the planet to evolve our ability to love". I agree with Dr. Margaret, this is the purpose of connecting to your You-est You. May you remember this goal to be more loving and expand your capacity for love, in all ways, always.    If you are ready for greater support to overcome self-doubt and stop your own internal 'not enough' voice so you can step into your genius and design your best life, connect with Julie to see if she is the right fit to coach and mentor you. Julie does coaching for entrepreneurs, leaders, and ambitious creatives. To set up a time to chat further, send an email to team@juliereisler.com.     Sacred Connection As always, this community is a sacred, safe place built on love and acceptance. It was created to help you evolve and expand into your highest self. Please share your wisdom, comments, and thoughts. I love hearing from you and learning how you are being your truest, you-est you. Please join us in our Facebook group: The You-est You® Podcast Community. Join host Julie Reisler, author and multi-time TEDx speaker, each week to learn how you can tap into your best self and become your You-est You® to achieve inner peace, happiness, and success at a deeper level! Tune in to hear powerful, inspirational stories and expert insights from entrepreneurs, industry thought leaders, and extraordinary human beings that will help to transform your life. 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Nerd heaven
Star Trek Continues ”Come Not Between The Dragons” - Detailed Analysis & Review

Nerd heaven

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 32:37


On this 100th episode of the Nerd Heaven Podcast, I discuss the Star Trek Continues episode "Come Not Between The Dragons" a deeply thematic episode starring aussie sci-fi royalty - Gigi Edgly of Farscape Fame. Join me as we discuss the episode and it's themes, and then reminisce a little over the last 100 podcasts. (Place button to listen at bottom of page) ----more---- Transcript Welcome to Nerd Heaven. I'm Adam David  Collings, the author of Jewel of The Stars And I am a nerd.   And it's a big moment. This is episode 100 of the podcast. How insane is that? When TV shows make it to 100 episodes, it's a big deal and they usually celebrate by doing something special.    I'm going to spend a bit of time reflecting on the past, and maybe having a little fun, at the end of this podcast, But first, we're going to be talking about the Star Trek Continues episode “Come Not Between The Dragons”.   The description on IMDB reads A troubled creature pierces the Enterprise hull, pitting the crew against a pursuer that threatens to tear them apart.   The teleplay was written by Greg Dykstra, James Kerwin and Vic Mignogna The story was by Greg Dykstra It was directed by Julian Higgins And it first aired on the 28th of May 2016.   And just a little warning, this episode deals with themes of violent abuse by a parent.   The first thing you'll notice that's special about this episode is the presence of Aussie sci-fi royalty - Gigi Edgley. Most famous for her role in Farscape as Chiana. In this episode, she plays Ensign Eliza Taylor. And the cool thing is, they let her keep her Australian accent for the role. I don't hear many familiar aussie accents in Star Trek, so I found that pretty cool.   While I gave up on it too early back in the day, I've become quite a fan of Farscape, so it's very cool to see her here. By the way, I can't believe I didn't notice it, but a few episodes back, in The White Iris, the character of Amphidamas, the alien representative, was played by another member of sci-royalty, Colin Baker, who played the 6th Doctor on Doctor Who. I'm unbelievably embarrassed that I didn't notice and comment on it. Sorry about that.   This one starts off seeming to be a monster story. But we'll soon learn that it's not. This is a real thematic message show, but one with a real difference.   Scotty is currently in command. Eliza Taylor hands him a padd. And then Kirk enters. 8 ships have been destroyed studying an accretion disc. But the crew have been rescued   It's very telling of Scotty when Kirk says “at least there were no casualties” and Scotty says “there were - the Lexington.”   With the shift over, Smith and Eliza leave the bridge. Smith and McKennah are heading to the rec room, and they invite Eliza to join them. I get the impression she's not quite part of their little friendship circle, but they're welcoming her in. And isn't that just the way a friendship group should work? I know it's not easy. You really need an extrovert in your group to do the inviting, but cliques are not healthy, and being excluded can be quite hurtful - even for an introvert.   The Enterprise suffers a hull breach from a meteorite travelling near light speed.  As Chekov says, “that should be impossible.” But I'd have to believe that an object travelling that fast making impact with the ship would have to completely destroy it, so there must have been some substantial and rapid deceleration.   Whatever it is, is moving through the ship, from Deck to deck. Scotty can't find it. As we end the teaser, we see that whatever it is has broken into Eliza's quarters. But we don't see it, only her reaction.   This is an okay use of the ‘hide the monster' trope because we'll almost immediately see what she's seeing after the credits, but her reaction gives us a powerful hook. And Taylor isn't sure what she's looking at just yet. We experience it with her as the thing slowly unfolds. Some kind of lifeform. Hard and rocky with glowing eyes and a part that looks almost insectoid.   This creature was a practical effect. The alien was designed by the writer of this episode, Greg Dykstra, who appeared in the previous episode as the union doctor. He pitched this story to Vic because it was very personal to him. We'll get to that. Dykstra designed the alien and then they got a creature effects company to actually build it. It was huge. An actor could wear it as a suit, but it was very heavy and hot, so the guy they cast needed to have breaks.   I'm a big lover of CGI creatures, but I have to admit that this alien works very well as a practical effect. It looks awesome. It provides a link to the original series who always had to use practical effects, because CGI wasn't a thing yet. It's also fitting because we have a Farscape actor in this episode, and Farscape was really into practical creatures, being made by the Jim Henson company.   The alien stands tall. Much bigger than a human. It's bipedal. Taylor cowers in the corner and throws something at it. It retreats.   I'd say Taylor reacts in a very non starfleet way here. She's trained to experience the unexpected. But she may be a new officer. This might be her first experience with the unknown. And despite all your training, seeing something like that in person for the first time could be quite scary, especially if it suddenly appears in your quarters. So I can't judge her too harshly.   It doesn't take long to find the intruder. It rips holes through walls. It's not exactly subtle.  Kirk begins by assuming the intruder is intelligent. He asks if it understands him. The lack of reply certainly doesn't imply a lack of intelligence, though.   Kirk calls the transporter room and asks the chief on duty to beam it out of here. Now when I hear that, it implies to me that Kirk wants it beamed into space. But he asked the chief about his intra-ship beaming skills. Either way, Kirk's order is very imprecise. Where exactly does he want the chief to beam the intruder to? In any case, the alien can shield itself from scanners so they can't transport it.   Kirk's next action is strange. He throws some debris at the alien. The alien reacts pretty much as any lifeform would to being attacked. It lashes out in self defence, requiring security to stun it with a phaser.   I'm not sure what Kirk was trying to accomplish there, but it certainly didn't help build any rapport of trust between them.   Kirk and Bones have found some fascinating things about the creature's biology. It's a unique lifeform - probably natively spaceborn. It has multiple hearts and no lungs. But all McCoy's tricorder will register is a rock. Again, suggesting the creature can shield itself from their sensors.   Spock and Uhura have configured the universal translator to better work with the alien's unique vocalisations. I don't know that we've ever seen a hand-held universal translator like this in TOS before, but I could be wrong. In the TNG era, we know that Starfleet universal translators are embedded in the com badge (while Ferengi use implants in the ear)   Kirk gives the honour of speaking to the alien to Taylor, as she was the first human to encounter it. This is a big deal. First contact is what Starfleet are all about, afterall.   Taylor seems to carefully consider what her first words should be. She wisely, in my opinion, chooses to start with “I'm sorry if I hurt you.” and then asks what it's called. It replies, Usdi. When asked why he came here, Usdi replies “Me. To. Hurt.” That doesn't sound good. Is it a threat? It's hard to tell with such a limited understanding between them.   Usdi is an example of a cosmozoa, a space-fearing lifeform. His species is called the Utana.   Something out there is using a form of echo-location to search for something. The shockwaves are damaging to the ship.   When the next wave hits, Spock begins to act very strangely. His voice filled with anger, he calls Udsi disobedient and demands his respect. Fires a phaser at him. He then attacks Taylor when she tries to intervene, and blames it on Usdi.   This, I believe, is a common thing with people who struggle with extreme anger problems. Blaming the subject of their anger for their own actions.   Something is clearly going on with Spock. He's not himself. Perhaps in a literal sense. But others are feeling it too. Kirk is the first to vocalise his concern, in a way, opening it up for others in the bridge crew to discuss what they're experiencing without fear of judgement. Checkov is feeling suspicion and paranoia.   Spock's in a bad way. We learn that the part of the brain responsible for suppressing emotions in Vulcans is called the mesiofrontal cortex. So that's pretty cool. But it's working so hard right now McCoy is worried it'll burn up. Spock is filled with powerful emotions. But they're not his. Spock is also physically injured. Possibly from his dust-up with the alien. He asks Spock to lock him up. He's dangerous. Something dark and dangerous in his Vulcan mind is being awoken. Kirk would do well to follow Spock's recommendation here. Spock knows what he's talking about, and currently still has the presence of mind to communicate it.   The next wave is stronger than anything so far. It drives Spock to rampage through the ship after the alien. He says “Usdi is hiding from me.” He looks like he'll tear the alien limb from limb.   After Kirk stuns him, he orders Spock put in the bridge. McCoy argues against this, because Spock is not himself.   The funny thing is, Kirk is right. He's absolutely right. For the wrong reason. He's wanting to put Spock in the brig as punishment for insubordination. McCoy is right that Spock isn't himself, but he needs to be put in the brig for his own safety, and the safety of those on the ship.   When McCoy helps Kirk realise that he's not himself either, that he's filled with unnatural anger, he changes his turn and has Spock taken back to sickbay under double restraint. Yeah, good luck with that.   The brig was the best option for now. He still needs medical care, of course, but I wouldn't be trusting any restraints, double, triple, or quadruple, in sickbay when the next wave hits.   By the way, this is the third episode in a row to have original music composed by Andy Farber. And I have to give it to the student musicians that are performing it, they're brilliant.   While all of the crew are experiencing elevated levels of anger, and lowered patience, Kirk and Spock specifically seem to be experiencing anger directed at Usdi.  It's like when Spock was stunned, Kirk became the new puppet of this force. Kirk refers to Udsi as a delinquent brat. He also describes him as disobedient and undisciplined.   I'm embarrassed to say the first time I watched this, I didn't put it all together until later, but watching it now, it all seems so obvious what we're dealing with.   Taylor is hiding Udsi in her quarters. She calls in McKenna for help. She doesn't know who else to turn to.   Taylor has figured out that Udsi is familiar with these waves. And he gets more and more afraid each time one of them hits. McKenna is now having her rage directed at Udsi, as the latest wave hits. “You must have done something to deserve this,” she says. Could it be the proximity to Udsi is what focuses the rage, while those who've had little or no contact with him just feel general anger directed at whatever is at hand?   But the most interesting thing of all is that it's pretty clear at this point that Taylor is not being affected. She may be the only one on the ship that is truly herself.   McKenna is very aware of her condition. She's trying to push through it. But it's hard. Taylor made a wise choice here. As a trained counsellor, McKenna may have more tools at her disposal to fight this anger than the rest of the crew. She genuinely wants to be free of it.   She needs alpha wave generators. When she says “Leave McCoy to me” I wasn't imagining she'd just slug him in the face and knock him out, but it was effective. She can't fight the anger in her, but here she was able to use it for something good. Well, not that punching McCoy is good, but it's for a good cause in helping her in her mission.   She asks for the alpha generators from a nurse, but not chapel. She calls her Sarah. While I like seeing familiar characters show up in this show, it's kinda cool that they're filling out the medical staff. It often felt, in TOS, like McCoy and Chapel were the only two medical officers on the ship. We know this is not true, of course, but the budget likely didn't allow for filling sickbay with extras.   Scotty is reacting to all of this a little differently. Rather than getting angry at everyone, he's having a lovely old time drinking. Scotty hasn't had contact with Udsi, so his priorities are different. He cares, as he always does, about his engines.   They have now cured a couple of crew members of the anger influence. They have McKenna, Uhura and a redshirt. They figure that Usdi is hiding from the ship that is generating the waves. But he's not talking.   The redshirt figures out if they move Usdi to engineering, the ship might have a harder time locating him. He's able to simulate Scotty's voice using the universal translator, and a little technical magic from Uhura. He calls for an evacuation of engineering. But Kirk sees through it, because he knows Scotty is in the brig.   Once engineering is cleared, all they need to do is beam there with Udsi. Saves trying to drag him through the ship in front of crew who want to attack him.   Smith finds McKenna and the transporter chief in the transporter room. She's still under the influence of the waves. Kirk should be here soon as he told Smith to meet him here. We're not sure what he's doing on the way yet.   Smith insists that Udsi is going to get what he deserves. McKenna gets her to stop and think a little when she asks “Why”. Smith can't answer, because she's being motivated not by logic or reason, but by emotions. Emotions that are clearly not hers.   McKenna's question, and her offer of an alpha generator definitely gives her pause. If Kirk hadn't called her, she might have relented, but a conflict ensures. Possibly not a great idea of McKenna's to attack her while she was distracted. Smith is clearly the better fighter, and the fight only serves to feed the anger.   I'm noticing that in this episode, there's a real focus on the female characters. Taylor, McKenna, Smith, Uhura. They're all taking on significant and powerful roles. But the episode doesn't make a big deal about it. And I think that's the best way to do it.   I recently watched the Star Trek animated episode “The Lorlelai Signal”. That episode came up with a convoluted way to put Uhura and other female officers in charge of the ship, and then have Uhura do very little. This episode succeeds well where that one failed. And I don't know if this was even a deliberate and active choice, to make this a female-centric episode, or if it just ended up that way. And I think it's better for it. Contrast this to that scene in Avengers Endgame which just felt a bit on-the-nose to me.   Anyway, I'm loving it because these are great characters played by great actors, and I'm enjoying seeing them get to do much more than the original series would have allowed them. I'm especially enjoying how they're developing Smith.   Usdi is communicating with Taylor again. She says she understands, but we're not hearing a verbal translation this time. So … I'm not sure how that works.   Kirk beams in with Smith and several security officers. Kirk has a big phaser rifle, so that's what he was up to. That's not good.   All 4 of them fire their phasers at Udsi. Luckily, he survives. His body is essentially made up of stone, afterall. Interestingly, the Utana feed on space-born rocks and minerals.   Those under the influence are subdued, mostly because of quick thinking on the parts of Taylor and Uhura. With generators on their arms now, they'll all be able to think clearly.   Honestly, I'm not sure it would have gone down that way. Kirk and his team seem to be the better fighters, and they all started armed with phasers. But let's apply a little suspicion of disbelief so the good guys can win and move the plot forward.   The ship has arrived in visual range, but it's not a ship. As the image appears on the monitor, we see that it's another Utana, but much bigger than Usdi.   The entire crew are wearing alpha generators now, so we've resolved that particular conflict and moved on to the next. I think that was a good choice for the script. We don't want an entire episode of mutiny among the crew, because ultimately, that's not what this episode is about.   Kirk surmises the difference in size between Udsi and this attacker could be the difference between an adult and a child. And he's right.   Greg Dykstra actually chose the Cherokee word Udsi, which means little, as the name of the alien. When we first see him, he seems anything but little, but now, as we realise he's a child, and he's very small compared to the adult outside, the name makes sense.   Scotty apologises for his behaviour. Hardly necessary, since they were all in the same boat. Kirk's answer “I'll fire you later,” reminds me of a line he'll say much later in Star Trek 3. “Fine. I'll kill you later.”   The adult refuses to respond to hails. It attacks the Enterprise. I wouldn't necessarily expect a space-born lifeform to be able to receive and respond to subspace radio signals. But anyway.   Spock points out what might be their only logical option to survive this. Release Usdi into the adult's custody. But how can they? That thing wants to kill him.   Kirk finds an alternative. Fire a torpedo at the part of the alien's body that seems to be generating the destructive waves.   When Usdi sees the attack against the adult on the screen, he says “Usdi protect.” Taylor misunderstands. Usdi isn't asking for protection. He's stating that he must protect the adult.   Taylor goes to the bridge to explain the situation. The alien out in space is Udsi's father. Usdi has left the ship. Positioned himself between the Enterprise and his father. The attack has stopped.   If we haven't already figured it out, we realise at this moment what this episode is really all about. This is about parental abuse. Greg Dykstra wrote this story because there was a history of this kind of abuse in his family. His grandfather had been a violent abuser. It had affected his father and grandmother profoundly. He wanted to explore that theme, and a Star Trek episode turned out to be the perfect tool for that kind of thematic expiration.   The creatures look at each other - moving their heads. Most likely engaged in communication we can't perceive.   Now it's time for Kirk to make one of those famous Starfleet captain speeches. He points out that while all the entity's anger was directed at his child, Usdi still protected him. Udsi saved his life, because The Enterprise would have killed him.   Only time will tell if that will make a difference.   This is the heart of the message that Greg Dykstra wanted to get across. That despite the hurt and damage caused by an abusive parent, the victims of that abuse still love the parent. It's a complex paradox. A difficult one.   There's a nice scene between Kirk and Spock. I'm noticing that over time, Todd Haberkorn is winning me over more and more as Spock. It just took a little longer than with Kirk and Scotty. But he really is doing a good job of it.   Kirk is used to being able to persuade others with words. He's frustrated that he was unable to convince Udsi's father to change.   Spock points out that the alien had a deeply ingrained behaviour. Did he really expect to be able to change that with words? With one conversation? This also, is very thematic. I'm sure there are many loved ones of violent abusers who want so desperately to change that person. But it's probably not an easy task.   In the case of Greg Dykstra, his father learned to move on from the experience, but his grandfather never changed. Never overcame that darkness inside him.   Ultimately, Kirk didn't expect silence.   But maybe silence isn't so bad. Maybe silence represents thinking. Maybe a contemplation of one's own actions is better than lashing out.   Kirk wonders, what would it take to change someone like that?  Spock's answer, “one is better able to lead someone down an unfamiliar path when one has already been down that path oneself.” Wise words.   Kirk is a little surprised to learn that Spock has regular conversations with McKenna about life and people.   This, I believe, is the first hint of a growing connection between those two characters. We'll continue to explore it, to see where it might lead.   They've found where Udsi and his father have gone. Kirk goes to see Taylor. “I wasn't able to reach him, but maybe you can.”   Spock's words have sparked an idea in Kirk. And I think maybe he knows something about Taylor that we don't yet.   Gigi Edgley's acting in this scene is wonderful. (not to mention the CGI shot of the Enterprise parked next to the cloud)   Taylor knows that Usdi came to her for a reason.  “Your son loves you very very much. Just like I love my father,” she says. “I know in your heart that you're not a monster, but every time you lash out in anger at your son, you become less the father he loves, and more the monster he fears. Please, find a way to heal yourself. Because my father never did.” The alien says one word back. “Heal.”   “Change for Usdi.”   I'm sure this alien has a difficult challenge ahead of him, but maybe, just maybe, he can do it. Because Taylor reached him.   Wow, what an emotional scene. Huge credit to Gigi Edgely for this. What a legend. And huge credit to Greg Dykstra for a powerful story.   This episode is something of a masterpiece. This is true Star Trek at its core. One of the things I love so much about this episode, is that it's a thematic episode, it's a message episode, but there's nothing political or controversial about it. It's the kind of message I've never seen in a TV show before, but it's an important message. The creators of this show found something important to say that not many others have said before. And I'm not saying sci-fi shouldn't address political or controversial issues, but I think this episode left the well-trod paths and found something new and interesting to say.   When we watch a show like this, it's easy to think, “well, obviously this is not for me. This is for those deeply problematic people, those violent abusers, the ones with the real problems. But maybe rather than thinking about others we know who need to hear this, we should stop and think, what can I take away from this.   Most of us are not violent abusers. But most of us who are parents, at some point, have become exasperated with our children. Have lashed out and treated our kids more harshly than they deserve, because of frustration. Maybe it's because the child has genuinely done something really bad, or maybe it's pressure in life that has nothing to do with them.   I know from time to time, I've taken the time to stop and examine my parenting. To ask hard questions of whether I'm taking my frustrations out on my children in a way that I shouldn't. To see if there are any changes that I need to make in how I parent. And I think that's a healthy thing to do. For the sake of our kids.   Anyway, Star Trek Continues never fails to impress me. It's just a whole other level above most other fan productions in so many ways, and honestly, sometimes better than actual real Star Trek.   So as I said. This is episode 100. I still can't believe I've been talking about sci-fi for that long. It seems only yesterday that I started Nerd Heaven.   It was the 6th of December 2019 when my first podcast went live. I talked about Star Trek: The Next Generation “Best of Both Worlds.” I was doing a little series in the lead-up to the launch of Star Trek Picard season 1. Covering episodes and movies that I had selected as a good lead up to the new series based on what I'd seen in trailers. It was a fun little series and allowed me to cover some old favourites.   I remember I'd recorded just enough episodes to release one weekly until the premier of Picard episode 1. I did them in a big batch and scheduled them for release so they'd drip out while I was away on an extended Christmas holiday. We visited family in Tamworth, New South Wales, and then took a carnival cruise to New Caladonia and Vauatu. What a wonderful experience that was.   After finishing Picard season 1, I did a few random things. I talked about my own history with the Star Trek franchise, I covered the remaining TNG movies I hadn't already talked about, and I watched Stargate Origins: Catherine for the first time. I also started looking at Lord of The Rings, both the book and the movies. I never actually finished that series though. I was doing a walk to Mordor challenge, but the unexpected pandemic kind of got in the way of that.   I then started going through the movies of the DCEU. I really love some of those movies, like Man of Steel and Batman V Superman. And I had a lot to say about them.   After making my way all the way to Shazam, it was time for Star Trek Discovery season 3 to come out, so once again, I covered this show live as I did with Picard. This was really challenging. I'd watch the episode on Friday night just for fun. Then I'd watch it again on Saturday morning, taking notes. Then I'd record the episode, and spend most of Saturday afternoon editing and publishing it. It really did consume a lot of my weekend. In addition to doing a travel vlog on youtube, this is when my writing life really took a hit. I no longer had time to work on my books.   After I finished Discovery season 3, I knew I needed to make a change. I couldn't keep up this pace. And there were so many other content creators covering new Star Trek. I couldn't compete with them. Even today, after 100 episodes, I only average around 10 to 20 listeners per episode. Not big numbers. Not enough to justify the huge amount of work I was putting in. I needed to have the freedom to spend time with my family.   So I made a switch to covering retro stuff. Doing re-watches of old classics. Stuff I'd loved in the past that I really wanted to talk about.   The obvious choice there was Stargate Universe. A divisive show. A show that so many dismiss. But I knew the show had something to say. And I knew I had a lot to say about it, beyond just the question of whether it's good or bad.   While this was a less crowded niche, I didn't suddenly become a superstar, but I did pick up some new passionate listeners, which I really appreciated.   In any case, I now have a complete set of podcasts discussing every single episode of SGU. That will stand forever as something people can find and enjoy. And I'm really proud of that.   After finishing SGU, I jumped into Star Trek Continues because again, there were things I wanted to say about it. And I'm having a blast.   So what lies in the future? I'm not sure. I have plenty of ideas of shows I could talk about after I finish Star Trek Continues.   The biggest challenge I face is balancing all my creative endeavours. This podcast, my travel vlog, and my writing. I still don't have all the answers, but at least I'm not burning myself out like I was this time last year.   I'm pleased to say that I have got back into my writing and at the time of recording, I'm nearing the time where I'll finally publish book 3 of Jewel of The Stars. I can't wait to talk about that in a future episode of the podcast.   I want to thank all those who have listened to this podcast. I'm sure my audience has changed over times as I've covered different shows. I don't know if there's anyone listening who's been around since the early days, but if there is, let me know. Because that would be really encouraging.   Next time, we're talking about the Star Trek Continues episode “Embracing the Winds.”   Until then, have a great two weeks. Live long and prosper. Make it so.  

Black and White Sports Podcast
Nancy Pelosi and Democrats were WRONG AGAIN in blaming MAGA Republicans! Colorado Shooter NON-BINARY 8.56 MB | 08:52

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 8:52


Nancy Pelosi and Democrats were WRONG AGAIN in blaming MAGA Republicans! Colorado Shooter NON-BINARY8.56 MB | 08:52 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitenetwork/support

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Michael Wood: Immigration Minister on Adrian Orr blaming immigration reset for rise in mortgage rates

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 8:16


Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr stated that New Zealand's relatively strict border rules were a handbrake on his ability to rein in inflation. Adrian Orr said that the border restrictions and subsequent immigration reset forced him to raise the mortgage rates higher than he otherwise would have gone for. Immigration Minister Michael Wood says that the immigration reset represents practical steps towards getting the economy out of a tough spot, and that they've issued thousands of work visas to fill the gaps. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dudes Talkin' Sports
Episode #135: Should San Fransisco Stick With Garoppolo, Blaming the Chargers or Praising the Chiefs, Should the Jets Re-Enter the QB Market, Picks of the Week: NFL Week 12, Buying or Selling the Jazz

Dudes Talkin' Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 61:43


Casey and Tanner discuss the 49ers and their 3 game winning streak as well as if they should commit to Jimmy G. longterm, the Chargers' late game loss to the Chiefs and whether we are blaming LA or praising Kansas City for the late game comeback, the Dallas Cowboys dominating the Minnesota Vikings 40-3 and what the game means for both teams going forward, and to wrap up the first half they look at the Jets most recent loss to the Patriots and the poor offensive performance that came with it as well as if it's time for the Jets to consider re-entering the quarterback market. In the second half of the show, the guys give their Picks of the Week (over/under, favorite/underdog, game of the week) for the upcoming slate of games in the NFL, and discuss the Utah Jazz being the #1 seed in the Western Conference and whether or not they believe they can keep up the impressive play. Listen now! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dudestalkinsports/message

Dan Caplis
Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO 3) responds to Denver Post editorial blaming her rhetoric for Club Q shootings

Dan Caplis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 35:55


Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO 3) joins Dan to rebut The Denver Post editorial calling her out by name in blaming her stance grooming children for the deadly shootings at Club Q in Colorado Springs.

The Tara Show
The Left Keeps Blaming Others

The Tara Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 1:25


Tara talks about the shooting at the gay nightclub and who the left is blaming.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Jamie Mackay: host of The Country on Damien O'Connor blaming Barry Soper for the "Five Waters" tag

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 3:33


Damien O'Connor has recently gotten into it with ZB's Barry Soper, as he blames Barry Soper for the "Five Waters" expression taking off. The Three Waters legislation is being expanded to cover geothermal and coastal waters, in addition to fresh water, hence the expression becoming a talking point. Jamie Mackay, host of The Country says that this ongoing Three Waters legislative reform may set the pace for how the Government processes 11,000 submissions on the pricing of agricultural emissions. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
The Commentary Magazine Podcast: Addicted to Blaming ‘the Right’

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Today we take up the reaction to the horrible shooting in the Colorado Springs club, which has already been blamed on people concerned about the rise of transgenderism rather than on the fairly evident psychosis of the shooter, who sought to bomb his own mother. Give a listen.

Montana Talks with Aaron Flint
The Awful Shooting at the Q Club, and the Disgusting Blaming the Montana GOP

Montana Talks with Aaron Flint

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 5:35


Aaron sounded off on two disgusting responses to the tragic shooting at the Q Club in Colorado, openly blaming the MT GOP for the violence. One response from a former candidate, the other from a trans member of the Legislature.

Mad Radio
P&P - Texans Fans Disappointed, Bellinger Non-Tendered, and Blaming Everyone for the Pick 6

Mad Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 43:36


HOUR 2 - Seth and Sean react to some texts that came in during last night's postgame show, discuss the ultimate Astros troll being non-tendered by the Dodgers, Seth explains why the pick 6 was everyone's fault, and they go through some Headlines.

SaunaiE
10 Tips for Relationships

SaunaiE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 16:13


S A U N A I E Presents Relationship Tips Q U O T E S: Mistakes are the Portals of Discovery 2nd: Digging Deep is the Only Way To Learn Who You Truly Are. S E G M E N T S: Relationship Tips 1. Instead of Trying To Win, Try to Understand 2. Instead of Jumping to Conclusions, Listen. 3. Instead of Offering Unsolicited Advice, Offer Support 4. Instead of Making Assumptions, Ask Questions 5. Instead of Trying To Control Them, Trust Them 6. Instead of Projecting, Take Time to Self-Reflect 7. Instead of Trying to Change the Person, Accept Them 8. Instead of Betraying Yourself, Set Healthy Boundaries. 9. Instead of Blaming, Take Responsibility for your Actions 10. Instead of Settling, Ask For What You Need O u t r o: Start Off Small & Build Each Day. Overwhelming Yourself Will Stunt Your Growth. H o u s e k e e p i n g New Merch On Sale www.SAUNAIE.com/MERCH Dre Beats Studio EarBuds https://amzn.to/3gdZwaC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/saunaie/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/saunaie/support

LW Church Podcast
Week Three

LW Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 72:00


Your thoughts have incredible power. You have incredible power over your thoughts. Where are you most prone to negativity? Cynicism Negative filtering Absolute thinking Blaming You silence negativity by meditating on Truth.

Radio Islam
Imran Khan's U-turn: No longer blaming US for his ouster as PM

Radio Islam

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 13:17


Imran Khan's U-turn: No longer blaming US for his ouster as PM by Radio Islam

Financial Advisors Say The Darndest Things
(#109) What Would An Advisor Say About Target Stock (TGT) Dropping and Dragging the S&P Down Then Blaming Organized Crime?

Financial Advisors Say The Darndest Things

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 19:58


Target seems to be the joke of Wall Street the past couple of days. It won't take you long to start hearing the Target jokes as they “missed the mark” for their 3rd quarter earnings by a large margin as they are also impacted by the economic slowdown.Inflation, rising rates, and economic uncertainty, definitely played a role in the numbers. If they didn't directly impact the retailer, it seems to be a legitimate reason to tell stakeholders. And who can argue?But you won't believe what they blamed the low returns on.Schedule a Consultation:https://www.abrwealthmanagement.com/consultationFree Gift:https://www.abrwealthmanagement.com/podcastArticle Referenced:Yahoo Finance:https://news.yahoo.com/target-earnigs-miss-consumer-shopping-patterns-113025639.htmlBankrate Definition:www.bankrate.com/glossary/d/discretionary-spending/)

Financial Advisors Say The Darndest Things
(#109) What Would An Advisor Say About Target Stock (TGT) Dropping and Dragging the S&P Down Then Blaming Organized Crime?

Financial Advisors Say The Darndest Things

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 19:58


Target seems to be the joke of Wall Street the past couple of days. It won't take you long to start hearing the Target jokes as they “missed the mark” for their 3rd quarter earnings by a large margin as they are also impacted by the economic slowdown.Inflation, rising rates, and economic uncertainty, definitely played a role in the numbers. If they didn't directly impact the retailer, it seems to be a legitimate reason to tell stakeholders. And who can argue?But you won't believe what they blamed the low returns on.Schedule a Consultation:https://www.abrwealthmanagement.com/consultationFree Gift:https://www.abrwealthmanagement.com/podcastArticle Referenced:Yahoo Finance:https://news.yahoo.com/target-earnigs-miss-consumer-shopping-patterns-113025639.htmlBankrate Definition:www.bankrate.com/glossary/d/discretionary-spending/)

Shan and RJ
Mike McCarthy talks blaming the refs or players

Shan and RJ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 17:37


Weightloss Mindset
10 Mistakes You Should Avoid If You Want To Lose Weight

Weightloss Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 12:42


Making mistakes is a natural circumstance of living as a human.Self-blame increases the intensity of your mistakes tenfold.Understand these ten mistakes, correct them and get back on track.Show yourself a whole lot of love and kindness and you'll be ready to rock.Here are 10 mistakes people make when they're trying to lose weight: Mistake #1 - Believing that you can outsmart the brain with willpower aloneMistake #2 - Having a diet that's too restrictive Mistake #3 - Blaming yourself for eating the "wrong" foods Mistake #4 - Not getting enough good quality sleepMistake #5 - Believing weight gain is purely physicalMistake #6 - Believing that food labeled "healthy" or "low-fat" will solve your weight problemsMistake #7 - Thinking you already KNOW why you can't lose weightMistake #8 - Not eating slowly and without distractionsMistake #9 - Forcing yourself to give up all indulgent foodsMistake #10 - Not getting out of your seat and moving the bodyFinal ThoughtsWe all make one or more of these mistakes on our weight loss journey. It's human to err, right?The key is not to get stuck on them and make a big deal out of them. Self-blame will set you back more than any other action.Just decide to correct your mistake as soon as you can without stress. Take a deep breath, stay calm, and just keep moving forward. Be a friend to yourself not an enemy. Love and kindness are the way. I'm sure you'll agree that you're worthy of some love and kindness, am I right?  Support the show

Bell and the Birdmen
Suh Me For Not Blaming Gannon

Bell and the Birdmen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 47:31


TODAY On Bell & The Birdmen, Howie has seen enough & picked up Ndamukong Suh, Also What will this offense look like without Goedert  & The Colts only beat The Raiders, we can relax ====Subscribe To Our YouTube  Hit us up on our text line215-509-5833Join our Discord, pick up a hat, order a Bell shirt, OR leave some tip$ in our tip jar to support the show!  BellAndTheBirdmen.comFREE SHIPPING ON EVERY CASE OF LIQUID DEATH - The more Liquid Death you drink, the more content we can make  https://liquiddeath.com/bellCOME ON THE ROAD WITH US - We are going to every away game with Philly Sports Trips!https://phillysportstrips.com/

From The Spot
FTS EP 53: Blaming the ancestry, World class problems, and broken subtitles

From The Spot

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 71:00


Welcome to From The Spot! The only podcast to continue to scratch at all the problems since we don't have sponsors to keep happy! Join us as we talk top of the Premier League, Cristiano Ronaldo's effect, and some Qatar World Cup fun facts! Don't forget to follow our link tree for our socials and to share us with the world! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podfromthespot/support

Angelo Cataldi And The Morning Team

Hour 2 of the show. Zach Berman joins the show. We blame officials for Monday night.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Pat Newman: Te Tai Tokerau Principals Association president on Chris Luxon blaming school leaders for poor attendance numbers

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 3:56


National Party leader Chris Luxon has recently come under fire after he blamed school leaders for poor attendance numbers. Te Tai Tokerau Principals Association president Pat Newman is among the many who disagreed with Chris Luxon's comments, as he believed Chris Luxon simplified the issue and came to the wrong conclusion. "It just shows that he has absolutely no understanding whatsoever of the issues around education. And principals, we've worked our guts out over Covid like the rest of the country, we've kept schools going when we had no staff and all the rest. And all he can do is turn around and kick us in the guts." LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Volume
Colin Cowherd Podcast - Matt Mosley on Cowboys/Packers, Blaming Dak, ‘Dak or The Field'

The Volume

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 46:42


First (3:00), Colin explains why the recent college QB draft classes should give hope to fans of the worst NFL franchises, why Notre Dame's dramatic decline says as much about Brian Kelly as LSU's instant turnaround, if Jon Gruden's next level incompetence should buy Josh McDaniels more time with the Raiders, and what the monster Packers/Cowboys rating says about the decline of the NBA's popularity. Then, longtime Dallas Cowboys writer - and host of The Doomsday Podcast - Matt Mosley joins Colin to discuss Dak Prescott's share of the blame for the disappointing loss to the Packers (18:00), if the honeymoon is over with Dallas fans (19:00),'Dak or the Field' where Colin and Mosley pick Prescott or other top NFL starters (28:00), why Jerry Jones is still so influential despite a mediocre past two decades (36:00), and if Steve Sarkisian is already on the hot seat at Texas (45:00). Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates, check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action, and visit Cuts for the latest Fall fits! #Herd #Volume  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Colin Cowherd Podcast
Colin Cowherd Podcast - Matt Mosley on Cowboys/Packers, Blaming Dak, ‘Dak or The Field'

The Colin Cowherd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 46:42


First (3:00), Colin explains why the recent college QB draft classes should give hope to fans of the worst NFL franchises, why Notre Dame's dramatic decline says as much about Brian Kelly as LSU's instant turnaround, if Jon Gruden's next level incompetence should buy Josh McDaniels more time with the Raiders, and what the monster Packers/Cowboys rating says about the decline of the NBA's popularity. Then, longtime Dallas Cowboys writer - and host of The Doomsday Podcast - Matt Mosley joins Colin to discuss Dak Prescott's share of the blame for the disappointing loss to the Packers (18:00), if the honeymoon is over with Dallas fans (19:00),'Dak or the Field' where Colin and Mosley pick Prescott or other top NFL starters (28:00), why Jerry Jones is still so influential despite a mediocre past two decades (36:00), and if Steve Sarkisian is already on the hot seat at Texas (45:00). Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates, check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action, and visit Cuts for the latest Fall fits! #Herd #Volume  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Colin Cowherd Podcast - Packers L, Blaming Dak, ‘Dak or The Field'

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 46:42


First (3:00), Colin explains why the recent college QB draft classes should give hope to fans of the worst NFL franchises, why Notre Dame's dramatic decline says as much about Brian Kelly as LSU's instant turnaround, if Jon Gruden's next level incompetence should buy Josh McDaniels more time with the Raiders, and what the monster Packers/Cowboys rating says about the decline of the NBA's popularity. Then, longtime Dallas Cowboys writer - and host of The Doomsday Podcast - Matt Mosley joins Colin to discuss Dak Prescott's share of the blame for the disappointing loss to the Packers (18:00), if the honeymoon is over with Dallas fans (19:00),'Dak or the Field' where Colin and Mosley pick Prescott or other top NFL starters (28:00), why Jerry Jones is still so influential despite a mediocre past two decades (36:00), and if Steve Sarkisian is already on the hot seat at Texas (45:00). Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates, check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action, and visit Cuts for the latest Fall fits! #Herd #Volume  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

angel coaches
Time stealers. Talking about others, Not forgiving, blaming others and …

angel coaches

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 24:00


Today myself and Lisa will talk about emotional time Steelers:  Not forgiving someone or people, scarcity thinking, blaming someone just a few things that's still your time. We'll talk about them today

CrabDiving Radio Podcast
CrabDiving – Mon 111422 – Democrats Kept Control Of The Senate and The GOP Are Blaming Each Other

CrabDiving Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 114:38


Democrats kept control of the Senate and the GOP are blaming each other. Super sad Senator Lindsay Graham squirted real tears over Herschel Walker's treatment by the lame-streams and how that will discourage young African Americans from voting Republican. Experts are nervous MAGATS may lash out violently after losses in Arizona. Boebert E. Lee might lose after "ballot curing." Nazi-American fist nationalist toolbox Nick Fuentes blathered black voters would never support the GOP so the party should, "do what must be done." The Senate voted to codify same-sex marriage. Cocaine Mitch blew the midterms according to Don the Con. The Feds decided against filing charges on creepy ole drunkard Rudy G. Shitler's former Chief of Staff John Kelly said Man-baby wanted to weaponize the IRS and go after Comey and McCabe. Grand yachtsman Jeff Bezos said he's leaving most of his Benjamins to charity. My Pillow fascist Mike Lindell puked forth old voter fraud conspiracy theories into a microphone. Actor and melodramatic MAGAT Jon Voight tongued Trump's sack in a deliberate yet theatrical manner as the Academy Award-nominated celeb explained how the orange load was cheated out of The White House in 2020.

The Jesse Kelly Show
Hour 1: Courage

The Jesse Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 37:25


Knowing the moments that makes one courageous and what shows cowardice. Mustache Monday. Who's to blame for the GOP's weak response in the midterms? Blaming voters?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

GRIND TOGETHER
Ep.13 Quit Blaming Your Partner For Your Relationship Problems

GRIND TOGETHER

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 34:22


Why have we not been intimate lately? Why don't you ever take me on a date? Why can't we figure out how to be happy? WE KNOW that you have once in your relationship asked these questions. Guess what, ITS YOUR FAULT. We go over all the blame that we put on others and talk about how we have been able to feel more connected to each other by owning up to EVERYTHING in our lives! SHOP CHRISTMAS COUPLE CONNECTION BOX: https://grindtogetherpodcast.com/ **Subscribe to our exclusive episodes and email list!** https://anchor.fm/matthew-griner2/subscribe

The Rubin Report
AOC Stuns with Insane Rant Blaming This News Host if She Is Killed | Direct Message | Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 37:56


Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez telling "The Breakfast Club's” Charlamagne tha God and Angela Yee that Tucker Carlson will be responsible if she is a victim of political violence; AOC blaming increasing NYC subway crime on more NYPD in the stations; “The View's” Whoopi Goldberg ranting about why Elon Musk's changes to Twitter have made her leave the platform; Joe Biden making a veiled threat to investigate the business dealings of Elon Musk; and MSNBC's Katy Tur getting a side-eye stare from co-host Andrea Mitchell for suggesting that John Fetterman should consider running for president in 2024. Dave also does a special “ask me anything” question-and-answer session on a wide-ranging host of topics, answering questions from the Rubin Report Locals community. ---------- Today's Sponsors: Moink - Join the Moink movement today! Get grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb, pastured pork and chicken, and wild-caught Alaskan salmon, direct to your door. Rubin Report listeners and viewers get FREE FILET MIGNON for a YEAR. Go to https://www.moinkbox.com/RUBIN Real Estate Agents I Trust - Don't make buying or selling a home more stressful than it needs to be. Find the best real estate agents in your area. Go to https://realestateagentsitrust.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Causey Consulting Podcast
Dire Hedge Fund Warnings & Blaming the Peons for the Recession

The Causey Consulting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 18:48 Transcription Available


Last week, a couple of important yet relatively unnoticed articles popped up on MarketWatch: "Hedge-fund giant Elliott warns looming hyperinflation could lead to 'global societal collapse'" and "A U.S. labor shortage is planting the seeds for lots of layoffs. Here's how." Even though the topics may seem a little different, they are not unrelated, IMO.Key topics:✔️ I believe it's important to pay attention to what the fat cats and hedge fund managers say PRIVATELY. Watch what they do and watch what they say to the investors, board of directors, etc. When they are telling investors that we may be in for the worst conditions since WWII, I think that's worth a listen.✔️ The state and/or The Fed won't blame themselves. The memo from Elliott even admits that. Oh no. They blame working class people instead. Quelle surprise.

Waving the Red Flag
144 | Debate with @Suburban Boys on Manosphere Nonsense

Waving the Red Flag

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 82:40


Eddy and Josh get heated this week arguing with Q, E, and Amari of The Suburban Boys podcast about red pill ideologies 0:00 Preview 1:53 It's only creepy if you're ugly 7:23 "you gotta try to put the hand on the back to see if they like it" 13:00 reading social cues is hard 15:38 "you cant even do anything anymore with metoo" 17:50 False accusations 22:57 what y'all think isn't sexual harassment IS 27:44 Blaming women 29:31 "80 percent of women are only interested in 20 percent of men" 30:03 "women choose who they fuck men choose who they marry" 36:16 the niggas ain't shit movement 58:09 agreements reached? 58:22 "The red pill movement is addressing the concerns of men that are being ignored" 1:09:00 Where is the line? 1:14:52 where can you shoot your shot? Follow the Suburban Boys at https://www.instagram.com/suburbanboyspod/ https://www.tiktok.com/@suburbanb0ys? Watch the exclusive bonus eps on Patreon at https://patreon.com/wavingtheredflag Follow at https://instagram.com/wavingtheredflag Follow at https://twitter.com/wavintheredflag Follow at https://www.tiktok.com/@wavingtheredflagpodcast Follow Alvin a https://twitter.com/diversityhire Follow Eddy at https://www.tiktok.com/@eddyovergold? Follow Josh at https://instagram.com/moore2lifemedia

Ray Appleton
Trump VS DeSantis Titanic Clash Brewing. Dead Man Reelected. Maricopa County Blues. Trump Blaming Melania Over OZ Loss. 80 Thousand Fent Pills Seized. Over 100K Russians Killed In Ukraine.

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 37:46


Brexit leader Nigel Farage predicted that a “titanic clash” is brewing between Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, the two leading contenders for the Republican nomination for President in 2024. A Pennsylvania man who died earlier this year was reelected to his position as a state representative. Officials in Arizona's Maricopa County say it will take days to count over 400,000 uncounted ballots as the state waits with bated breath to find out the results in the state's closely watched Senate and gubernatorial races. Former President Donald Trump reportedly was “furious” Wednesday morning about Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz's loss in the crucial Pennsylvania Senate race, and was blaming those in his circle — including wife Melania — for urging him to support the now-failed candidate. The Bakersfield Police Department made a drug bust in south Bakersfield seizing 80,000 Fentanyl pills and other illegal drugs. Russia's announced retreat from Kherson, a regional capital in southern Ukraine that it seized early in the war, and a potential stalemate in fighting over the winter could provide both countries an opportunity to negotiate peace, Army Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Wednesday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Strong Mind, Strong Body
Why Blame Keeps You Stuck

Strong Mind, Strong Body

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 31:51


Blaming someone else when things go wrong may feel good in the moment, but it's a defense strategy that keeps us stuck. When we deem someone else responsible, we disown responsibility for our own behavior and stay focused on what went wrong rather than what could go right. On this “Strong Mind, Strong Body, join host, Angie Miller, along with her featured guest, Andrea Anderson Polk, Licensed Professional Counselor and author of the Cuckoo Syndrome, and learn how to reclaim your power by letting go of blame. You'll learn how to take actionable steps to turn setbacks into opportunities for growth.  The most trusted name in fitness is now expanding into the wellness world. Become an NASM Certified Wellness Coach and you'll be able to guide and motivate clients to make lasting changes through mental and emotional well-being, recovery, and more. https://bit.ly/3NF7Yfk

The Bill Michaels Show
HR 4 -- Is Aaron Rodgers Blaming Others Again?

The Bill Michaels Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 44:05


Bill opens the final hour discussing Mike McCarthy's return to Lambeau and some of the things he had to say yesterday. He then talks about a new piece of the Brett Favre story, Aaron Rodgers talking on the Pat McAfee Show and whether Rodgers is again blaming others for his poor play.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cycle Chats
It's Not You, It's Me with Ambra Liew

Cycle Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 43:49


In this episode we talk to a woman who is literally on the other side of the world and 12 hours in the future. She is helping women heal after toxic relationships and here to help you break free from unhealthy relationship patterns of the past. Coach and all around beautiful human: Ambra Liew. Ambra shares when it's time to move forward, how we get closure, and tips to help mend that broken heart. Get YOUR heart ready, ‘cause Ambra's about to piece it back together again! Listen to Todays Episode to Hear About: -Heartbreak the universal experience -Blaming yourself for the end of a relationship -Growing together or growing apart -Staying in a relationship past the expiration date -Why our self worth is tied to being in a relationship -Listening to that little voice -Recounting old loves -It takes two to tango -Immediate grounds for dismissal -Playing the blame game -Accepting the love we think we deserve -Closure *Ambra shatters Emily's brain* Check Ambra Out! Instagram: @ambraliew

Culture by Design
Infusing Agility Into the DNA of Your Culture with Marcelino Sanchez - [Rerun]

Culture by Design

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 53:29


Rarely do organizations reward leaders for the things they stop doing. We should be excited at the prospect of simplifying processes and getting operational clarity. Clarity creates speed. How do you create clarity and eliminate the "resistance" to organizational change? In this week's episode of Culture by Design, Timothy R. Clark interviews Marcelino Sanchez, Managing Principal at Agilityze on how you can infuse agility into the DNA of your culture. Here are a few gems from this episode:We have an impact on all of the micro-cultures we interact with. (10:51)There is a different culture at work, at home, with friends, and every where we interact. Each social situation presents its own micro-culture and an opportunity to shape that culture. In turn, the cultures of which we are apart shape our own behavior for better or worse. We have the power to intentionally impact cultures around us and be a positive force for good."People don't resist change what they resist is being changed" (18:28)Working in change management and dealing with organizational change you will always run into "resistance". However, the term resistance itself is not that helpful. "Resistance is a term used to blame other people for our inability as leaders to shape and influence behavior" (18:44) Blaming others doesn't solve problems, it creates new ones. Instead, we should focus on bringing others in to co-author change. By inviting others to get involved they become advocates for changes instead of victims of the change. (23:05)Organizations rarely prune their operational overgrowth (29:57)Without deliberate interference organizations end up with a cacophony of metrics, dashboards, scoreboards and misaligned incentive structures. Agility requires simplicity and clarity. Although organizations rarely reward individuals for things they stop doing, it's worth taking a look at your metrics, processes, and run a start, stop, continue exercise. (38:28)Clarity and simplicity will accelerate change (51:32)Creating simplicity and clarity begins in our interactions. Leaders have an important job to eliminate confusion especially at the top. A small amount of confusion at the top of the organization can have massive ripple effects down the line. If we create clarity at the top it will help change to happen naturally and organically without the typical resistance.About Our GuestMarcelino Sánchez, Managing Principal at Agilityze, is an Organizational Change and Opex practitioner, trainer, and coach. His project  portfolio  includes  change  management  capability  building, strategy deployment, M&A, corporate transformations, deploying lean/six sigma, Union/Management partnerships, employee engagement, and implementing operating systems among others. He has coached managers and change agents at all levels including CEOs, executive teams, managers, project teams, and task forces. 

Rich Zeoli
Media is Blaming Republican Rhetoric for Assault on Paul Pelosi

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 42:07


The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 4:  6:05pm- On Friday, Elon Musk officially purchased Twitter, Inc. for $44 billion. Almost instantaneously, traditional news outlets like the New York Times expressed concern over the purchase—alleging that Musk's pledge to respect free speech could result in hateful speech becoming widespread on Twitter's social media platform.    6:45pm- While speaking with Al Sharpton on MSNBC, New York Governor Kathy Hochul called Republicans “master manipulators”—claiming that violent crime is not a problem in Democrat-run states.    6:55pm- Who Won Social Media? + Zeoli's Final Thought 

The Dori Monson Show
Hour 1: Inslee blaming WA Republican candidates for Pelosi attack

The Dori Monson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 31:39


12pm - The Big Lead @ Noon // Inslee blaming WA repub candidates for Pelosi attack // GUEST:  Congressional Candidate Joe Kent on Inslee blaming republican candidates for Pelosi attack // Dems - abortion and "gun violence"See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ben Ferguson Morning Update
Democrats NEW strategy for the midterms, Buying YOUR VOTE and BLAMING the economy on Republicans!

Ben Ferguson Morning Update

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 31:12 Very Popular


Ben Ferguson Morning Update
AMERICA TURNS ON BIDEN, as new polls show voters are BLAMING him for their financial problems!

Ben Ferguson Morning Update

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 35:57 Very Popular


The Daily Zeitgeist
Humane Policies Actually Work?!? 10.18.22

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 66:32


In episode 1353, Jack and Miles are joined by L.A. City Councilmember for Los Angeles's 4th district, Nithya Raman, to discuss…. How To Be A Progressive In Modern America, Unhoused in L.A., Crime, White Supremacy and more! Myths and Realities: Understanding Recent Trends in Violent Crime Rural America Reels From Violent Crime. ‘People Lost Their Ever-Lovin' Minds.' Murders Are Rising. Blaming a Party Doesn't Add Up. The Red State Murder Problem Community and the Crime Decline: The Causal Effect of Local Nonprofits on Violent Crime LISTEN: Baianá by NIA ARCHIVESSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.