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The Socially Distant Sports Bar
Episode 144, Part 2: I Was Briefly In The Freemasons

The Socially Distant Sports Bar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 43:31


This is Part 12of this week's episode.  Part 1 is out every week on Wednesday. If you want to listen to the full podcast every TUESDAY, including bonus content not available on the free version, then head to either  https://anchor.fm/nata-media/subscribe or  https://www.patreon.com/distantpod FAT WHITES x DISTANT POD If you want to help us fund defibrillators in locked cabinets outside sports clubs around the country then click on this link to buy our new range of Coffees: Distant Pod x Fat Whites. You can buy 3 different roasts - Mike's is called The Barryista, Elis' is The Paper Pants Ripper and Steff's is The 3am Run Club. https://fatwhites.square.site/  DISTANT POD LIVE Mike Bubbins, Elis James and Steff Garrero will be performing LIVE at Cardiff International Arena on Friday 3rd February 2023 https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/36005B389C0E48C5?brand=motorpointarenacardiff  They're also recording TWO live shows in London on Sunday 12th Feb 2023 (one at 6pm one at 8pm) - why not come to both?! https://www.sportspodcastgroup.com/pod-live/the-socially-distant-sports-bar/  Mike's on Tour too www.mikebubbins.com  THIS WEEK'S SHOW PART 1 - Look on our podcast feed for the previous episode to listen First Round of Clips Steff: In the resort town of Les 2 Alpes, in the northern French Alps there is a bike race which starts at a 3,400m-high glacier. https://t.co/wVFHEdiMH4  Mike. Here's to Lancashire 1933m https://twitter.com/footballint80s/status/1201576809936109568?s=46&t=tel9vr8MKvst7Ys4dPgDGQ Elis: Shadow play https://www.instagram.com/reel/ClqXwNmILwo/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= PART 2 Mike Documentary: Franco Harris: A Football Life https://youtu.be/xCG-626Lytc Elis Book: Ivor Alchurch MBE by Peter Stead https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/21056740-ivor-allchurch-mbe  Second Round of Clips only via https://anchor.fm/nata-media/subscribe & https://www.patreon.com/distantpod Mike: Somersault TD https://twitter.com/mikaelliddy/status/1606415576557129731?s=46&t=P71QvDaUd2PMkTMFaKffmw Steff: @Power4Seamus takes on the one-club challenge at the iconic 18th hole @Sentry_TOC. https://twitter.com/pgatour/status/1611905532884910080?s=51&t=hwkkYHeL6xjDiWS79tX6jg  Elis: The greatest crowd noise ever  https://twitter.com/chrislukejones/status/1613518625511559168?s=21 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ain’t Gon Hold You Podcast
Allow Me To Reintroduce Myself! (Briefly)

Ain’t Gon Hold You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 15:35


Welcome to the first installment of the Second Dollar Podcast. On this episode DJ explains the why behind the pivot with the podcast, he talks about some of the guests that will be featured on the show, and gives a run down of what to expect moving forward. (Expect to hear from some great business owners, entertainers, community organizer, and so much more!) Looking forward to dropping some amazing content for you all really soon. #letstalkmoney Give me a follow on IG @TheSecondDollarPodcast and @Supreme7_3 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theseconddollarpodcast/support

The Socially Distant Sports Bar
Episode 144, Part 1: I Was Briefly In The Freemasons

The Socially Distant Sports Bar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 88:44


This is Part 1 of this week's episode.  Part 2 is out every week on Fridays. If you want to listen to the full podcast every TUESDAY, including bonus content not available on the free version, then head to either  https://anchor.fm/nata-media/subscribe or  https://www.patreon.com/distantpod FAT WHITES x DISTANT POD If you want to help us fund defibrillators in locked cabinets outside sports clubs around the country then click on this link to buy our new range of Coffees: Distant Pod x Fat Whites. You can buy 3 different roasts - Mike's is called The Barryista, Elis' is The Paper Pants Ripper and Steff's is The 3am Run Club. https://fatwhites.square.site/  DISTANT POD LIVE Mike Bubbins, Elis James and Steff Garrero will be performing LIVE at Cardiff International Arena on Friday 3rd February 2023 https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/36005B389C0E48C5?brand=motorpointarenacardiff  They're also recording TWO live shows in London on Sunday 12th Feb 2023 (one at 6pm one at 8pm) - why not come to both?! https://www.sportspodcastgroup.com/pod-live/the-socially-distant-sports-bar/  Mike's on Tour too www.mikebubbins.com  THIS WEEK'S SHOW PART 1 First Round of Clips Steff: In the resort town of Les 2 Alpes, in the northern French Alps there is a bike race which starts at a 3,400m-high glacier. https://t.co/wVFHEdiMH4  Mike. Here's to Lancashire 1933m https://twitter.com/footballint80s/status/1201576809936109568?s=46&t=tel9vr8MKvst7Ys4dPgDGQ Elis: Shadow play https://www.instagram.com/reel/ClqXwNmILwo/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= PART 2 Mike Documentary: Franco Harris: A Football Life https://youtu.be/xCG-626Lytc Elis Book: Ivor Alchurch MBE by Peter Stead https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/21056740-ivor-allchurch-mbe  Second Round of Clips only via https://anchor.fm/nata-media/subscribe & https://www.patreon.com/distantpod Mike: Somersault TD https://twitter.com/mikaelliddy/status/1606415576557129731?s=46&t=P71QvDaUd2PMkTMFaKffmw Steff: @Power4Seamus takes on the one-club challenge at the iconic 18th hole @Sentry_TOC. https://twitter.com/pgatour/status/1611905532884910080?s=51&t=hwkkYHeL6xjDiWS79tX6jg  Elis: The greatest crowd noise ever  https://twitter.com/chrislukejones/status/1613518625511559168?s=21 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The League of Melanated Gentlemen
Gentlemen's Briefly: The Last of Us Episode 1 Review

The League of Melanated Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 34:06


Join us on this week Gentlemen's Briefly where we review The Last of Us on HBO Max. Spoilers Beware! Welcome to the League    Twitter @TheLMGpodcast YouTube: League of Melanted Gentlemen Podcast Facebook Group: The League of Melanated Gentlemen Podcast Hosts: Brandon Willis, Jordan Mitchell, Spenser Jones

The Emotional Eating (and Everything Else) Podcast
The "You Tried it, Here's Why it Didn't Work Series:" Intuitive Eating

The Emotional Eating (and Everything Else) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 31:03


Last week we kicked off the podcast series, "You Tried it, Here's Why it Didn't Work" with an episode about why therapy may not have helped you with your emotional eating, binge eating, or other eating concerns. And we're continuing that series today with an episode on Intuitive Eating (IE). Briefly, IE is an anti-diet approach to food that helps you work toward making peace with food, freeing yourself from dieting, and developing body respect.  There are ten principles that work together to achieve those goals.  Intuitive Eating believes in never dieting, respecting your body as it is, moving in ways your body enjoys, and including all foods in your eating patterns. First of all, I LOVE IE.  I wholeheartedly believe that it's the best way to approach food and your body.  I practice it myself and I teach it to my clients. But..... I also know that lots of people try it and don't have success, which honestly makes a lot of sense to me.  I think there are various reasons why that is, and we're talking about them on this week's podcast.  We go into detail about eight reasons why IE may not have worked for you, if you've tried it.  Some of these reasons are: Intuitive Eating is hard.  (And we talk all about why that is.) You may have gone too far, too fast. You may not have had enough support. It may have been too hard to let go of the idea of weight loss. I flesh out all of those reasons as well as four more take a listen! Ready to become an Intuitive Eater but don't know where to start?  Let me help!  Head here for all of the details! Where to find me: Website Instagram Facebook page TikTok

Junkyard Outreach
Series - Marriage - Sex, Money & Respect

Junkyard Outreach

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 11:09


Sex, money and respect are common issues in troubled marriage.  Briefly discussing these three sheds light on them and where believers go for victory - back to Jesus.  

The Heavyweight Podcast
Confessions

The Heavyweight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 60:47


In Episode 78 we ask do you watch the world burn? We discuss self-criticism and answer the question when did you figure it out. Briefly we discuss the Master P and Romeo story.

Girl Let’s Talk!  The Self Love Playbook
Let's briefly discuss depression

Girl Let’s Talk! The Self Love Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 8:45


Depression is not a luxury. Depression is a mental illness, a mood disorder, that affects our mood and our ability to function. It is okay to acknowledge that. From that, we want to learn how to manage and healthily cope with it so we can avoid passing on the residue of untreated mental illnesses. I would love to hear more about your experiences with depression or your thoughts on the statement. Just DM or follow me on IG: @iamlatricerainer

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
12 Jan 2023 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 4:16


➤ Porsche finetunes E-Performance for future series models ➤ F-150 Lightning Wins 2023 North American Truck of the Year ➤ New 2023 Jaguar I-Pace arrives with design tweaks and new trim levels ➤ MINI Confirms Two Electric Vehicles Will Be Launched In 2023 ➤ 2024 Mercedes-Benz EQG Spied During Winter Testing For The First Time ➤ Suzuki takes first crack at EV with the most conceptual of concepts ➤ Tesla ends Toyota Camry's 28-year winning streak ➤ Tesla Megapack installed in Australia's biggest electric bus depot ➤ Euro NCAP announces best in class results in a record year ➤ CharIN gains new members such as Nio - electrive.com ➤ Opinion: Mazda's rotary range extender is a silly idea ➤ EV transition will benefit most US vehicle owners ➤ Half of Americans think Li-Ion EV batteries are unrecyclable ➤ China EV market getting through rough patch and should return to normal ➤ New VW boss seems lukewarm on EVs, wants to bet on synthetic fuels

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
11 Jan 2023 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 4:16


➤ BMW Group doubles EV sales amid overall decline ➤ New BMW 5 Series: all-electric BMW i5 confirmed for 2023 launch ➤ Volkswagen enjoys record year of EV sales as deliveries pass 330,000 in 2022 ➤ Polestar exceeds delivery targets for 2022 ➤ US: Mercedes-Benz Reports Exponential EQ Sales Growth In Q4 2022 ➤ Tesla adds Model Y All-Wheel-Drive with 4680 cells to inventory ➤ Tesla plans to spend more than $770 million on Texas factory expansion ➤ 2024 Corvette E-Ray Teaser Shows 'Stealth Mode,' Debuts January 17 ➤ GM, Ford, Google partner to promote 'virtual' power plants ➤ Rafael Nadal Is Going Speedboat Racing ➤ Solar panel and battery installation by Octopus Energy ➤ CATL begins battery cell production in Germany ➤ Netherlands residents can apply for subsidy to buy electric car from today

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, FAA grounds all flights briefly

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 11:00


Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines. 

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 Transcription Available


Full Text of ReadingsTuesday of the First Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 306The Saint of the day is Saint Gregory of NyssaSaint Gregory of Nyssa's Story The son of two saints, Basil and Emmilia, young Gregory was raised by his older brother, Saint Basil the Great, and his sister, Macrina, in modern-day Turkey. Gregory's success in his studies suggested great things were ahead for him. After becoming a professor of rhetoric, he was persuaded to devote his learning and efforts to the Church. By then married, Gregory went on to study for the priesthood and become ordained (this at a time when celibacy was not a matter of law for priests). He was elected Bishop of Nyssa in 372, a period of great tension over the Arian heresy, which denied the divinity of Christ. Briefly arrested after being falsely accused of embezzling Church funds, Gregory was restored to his see in 378, an act met with great joy by his people. It was after the death of his beloved brother Basil, that Gregory really came into his own. He wrote with great effectiveness against Arianism and other questionable doctrines, gaining a reputation as a defender of orthodoxy. He was sent on missions to counter other heresies and held a position of prominence at the Council of Constantinople. His fine reputation stayed with him for the remainder of his life, but over the centuries it gradually declined as the authorship of his writings became less and less certain. But, thanks to the work of scholars in the 20th century, his stature is once again appreciated. Indeed, Saint Gregory of Nyssa is seen not simply as a pillar of orthodoxy but as one of the great contributors to the mystical tradition in Christian spirituality and to monasticism itself. Reflection Orthodoxy is a word that can raise red flags in our minds. To some people it may connote rigid attitudes that make no room for honest differences of opinion. But it might just as well suggest something else: faith that has settled deep in one's bones. Gregory's faith was like that. So deeply embedded was his faith in Jesus that he knew the divinity that Arianism denied. When we resist something offered as truth without knowing exactly why, it may be because our faith has settled in our bones. Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
10 Jan 2023 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 4:16


➤ BMW recalls over 14,000 iX, i4, and i7 electric vehicles for faulty battery software ➤ Volkswagen ID.4 electric SUV recalled for potential fire issue ➤ Peugeot to add five new electric cars to existing model lines by 2025 ➤ Mazda MX-30 rotary plug-in hybrid will be revealed this week ➤ New Mazda MX-30 rotary to launch in 2023 ➤ 2023 Mazda MX-30 On Sale In US With Same 100-Mile Range, No REx ➤ Ford and SK cancel gigafactory plant investment in Turkey ➤ Daikin to invest $75m in EV refrigerant plant ➤ Revel to expand EV fast chargers across NYC ➤ 8x More Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Needed by 2030 in the US ➤ 'Extensive' Tesla Autopilot probe proceeding 'really fast', U.S. official says

The Assistant Principal Podcast
It won't work! with Dr. Sam Sircey Part 1

The Assistant Principal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 33:01


OutlineGuest: Sam Sircey Preferred name/title? Relax and laugh Will be video recording and may use small or big pieces Small things won't be edited If there is a gaff – long pause Intro-interview-outro Questions for me? FB hit record Show Description:I'm working with three new principals this year. They are all first-year principals in new schools, two of them in a new district. Going to a new school is never easy, not for a new principal, not for a new assistant principal. However, most of you listening have either gone through that experience or will go through that experience or both. Today, we have an experienced principal with us who is also in a new school this year, and she is going to help us think about leading in a new school.Show IntroHello colleagues and welcome to the Assistant Principal Podcast. I'm your host Frederick Buskey. The goal of this podcast is to help improve the life and leadership of assistant principals. This podcast compliments APEx Community, the Assistant Principal Exceleration program, but you certainly don't need to be an APEx member to find value in the podcast.Guest IntroToday I'm joined by Dr. Sam Sircey, the principal at Owen High School in Swannanoa, North Carolina. Sam is here with us today to unpack moving to a new school.Hello Sam! I am so glad to have you on the show. We have been walking our leadership journeys together for a while and it is great to be able to be on this podcast path with you.QuestionsSam, can you tell us briefly how you got to where you are today?And we always like to start with a celebration. What are you celebrating today? Let's begin in the present moment. You came to Owen X months ago. From the perspective of being the Principal in a new school What were the three wisest things you did? We want people to learn from your experience, so please do not be modest – share what has worked! What have been the two biggest surprises? What is one thing that you would have done differently? [Astute listeners: 5 mc] Briefly talk about the APs role in onboarding a new principal I know you are a strategic leader – you focus on purpose, problems, progress and people, but there is always a struggle and there are always things trying to suck you into the urgency mindset. How do you stay grounded? How do you continuously focus on people before tasks? Maybe talk about growing teachers, but we will probably run out of time. SummarizingAs we wrap up, I have three questions for you.First, what part of your own leadership are you still trying to get better at?If listeners could take just one thing away from today's podcast, what would it be?Is there anything else that you'd like to share with our listeners?Guest Outro[fname], this has been great, thank you so much for taking time to share today. Show OutroWell Colleagues, this brings us to the point in the episode where it is your turn to participate by making an intentional choice. If you do nothing with what you have just heard, then you have spent the last 30 or so minutes being entertained. But if you choose to do something with what you've heard, then you will have made an investment in your own leadership. If you already have a clear idea of how you can apply Sam's wisdom, that's wonderful. If not, let me offer three possibilities: The big takeaway in this episode is that we need to listen to people and give them ownership – and responsibility – for their own challenges. Instead of thinking “Let me tell you what to do…”, think about asking “What's the problem? And What outcome do you want?” Then listen. If you can work with people to identify the course of action that help them get to their desired outcome, you have helped them to be fully invested. Forward the show link to a colleague and say “you have got to listen to this, I want us to talk about it” Identify the one big takeaway or question from this episode and share it with me. You can share a written, audio, or video message with me by emailing me at frederick@frederickbuskey.com Thank you for including me on your leadership journey. Remember that you can walk more with me by subscribing to my daily leadership email and Quadrant2, my monthly micro-journal. And if that isn't enough, we can walk further together in APEx, my virtual paid community for assistant principals. APEx helps you network with other APs and participate group coaching with me! You can learn more about APEx and my other offerings at my website, frederickbuskey.com.I look forward to seeing you again on Friday when we recap this week's daily emails.I'm Frederick Buskey and thank you again for joining me on this episode of the Assistant Principal Podcast. Remember to subscribe so you don't miss a single episode. Cheers!

WTOC First Alert Weather
Dawgs on top; temps briefly warming up

WTOC First Alert Weather

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 11:02


Meteorologists Dave Turley and Andrew Gorton discuss the blowout win for the Georgia Bulldogs before jumping in to our ever-chaning temperatures this week.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

➤ Dedicated electric vehicle showcase is a first at NEC show ➤ In December EVs took more than half of the German car market ➤ Lightyear 2 Solar EV Looks to Create Buzz in U.S. with 500-Mile Range ➤ Polestar opens first Australian store ➤ You can now control your Polestar 2 via Google Assistant devices ➤ Revealed: The 10 used cars that lost the most money last month ➤ Mobileye begins autonomous driving tests in Germany with NIO ES8 ➤ Are heated seat belts the next big thing for electric cars? ➤ Schneider wraps solar inverter, battery into Home energy management system ➤ Capital's PM2.5 levels continue to fall

The Trap Nerds Podcast
The Epic Law suit of Fortnite and the woman Power Hour!

The Trap Nerds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 67:40


Join us as we talk about the The Epic Games Lawsuit. We also talk Briefly about the Tory Lanes verdict. All of this and more on todays episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

➤ Wind generated a record amount of electricity in 2022 ➤ Ram 1500 Revolution electric truck has all the toys: mid-gate, even a third row ➤ Ram plug-in hybrid pickup will sell alongside fully electric truck ➤ Tesla finally offers alternative to the steering yoke on Model S and X ➤ Toyota's Slow Transition to Electric Car Shows Japan Auto Industry's EV Doubt ➤ EVs or Obsolescence. Which will Toyota choose? ➤ Tesla's Shanghai gigafactory delivers 710,000 vehicles in 2022 ➤ GM wants U.S. Treasury to reconsider tax credits for Cadillac Lyriq EV ➤ Tesla owners protest against surprise price cuts they missed ➤ Yangwang U9, U8 EV Are BYD's Answer To European Luxury Brands ➤ 50 New Supercharger Locations Leaked Include Hawaii, Montana, Mexico ➤ BYD starts construction of new $1.5 billion battery base ➤ Zeekr Wants To Double Its Sales This Year But Won't Enter The U.S. ➤ South Korea's SK On to Produce Cheaper EV Battery by 2025 ➤ Stellantis' Carlos Tavares: Electric vehicles mean higher tech costs ➤ Electric vehicle drivers hit with surge pricing at thousands of roadside charging points

Sutta Meditation Series
THE EXPOSITION OF THE ELEMENTS - PART ONE (FULL DHAMMA SESSION, Poya)

Sutta Meditation Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 119:36


Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. This is the FULL DHAMMA SESSION, conducted on DURUTHU POYA (6 January 2023) via zoom, on "THE EXPOSITION OF THE ELEMENTS" - PART ONE. We examine the Dhātuvibhaṅga Sutta (MN 140) and the Buddha's teaching to venerable Pukkusāti on the six elements, six bases of contact, eighteen mental explorations and four determinations. The key verse is: "One should not neglect wisdom, should preserve truth, should cultivate relinquishment, and should train for peace" *Note - the two meditation periods have been excluded or cut from this recording.* In this session (part i), we cover: Overview of the sutta, including architecture, links to other suttas and context for this teaching Examine the meeting between the Buddha and venerable Pukkusāti, the Buddha's summary and brief explanation Briefly explain how the Four Determinations fit into the Four Profitable Directions and the Four Noble Truths Deep dive into the "How does one not neglect wisdom?" and what it really means to make the Determination for Wisdom (paññādhiṭṭhāna) Understanding the links in dependent origination - six sense bases, contact and feeling Some of the suttas covered directly or indirectly in this session: — Dhātu Sutta (SN 27.9) — Vatthūpama Sutta (MN 7) — Cūḷasuññata Sutta (MN 121) — Saḷāyatanavibhaṅga Sutta (MN 137) — Cunda Sutta (Ud 8.5) — Saṅgīti Sutta (DN 33) — Suttavebhaṅgiya (Pe 9) — Āneñja Sutta (AN 3.116) — Nibbānarūpasaṇṭhānapañha (Mil 6.3.10) — Paṭiccasamuppāda Sutta (SN 12.1) — Karaṇīyametta Sutta (Snp 1.8) To read the Dhātuvibhaṅga Sutta (MN 140) - https://suttacentral.net/mn140/en/bodhi **A table of "The Four Profitable Directions" as referenced in this Dhamma session has been posted to our Telegram channel (https://t.me/suttameditationseries/650)Bohoma pin (much merit) to those that requested this sutta. The video of this talk will be published to the Sutta Meditation YouTube channel - https://bit.ly/3Gf539O Blessings of the Triple Gem. Theruwan saranai To find the YT Sutta Meditation Series playlists visit: https://www.youtube.com/c/SuttaMeditationSeries/playlists, or click on 'Playlists' in the top menu bar. Selected tables, slides and documents are shared via the Sutta Meditation Series Telegram channel - https://t.me/suttameditationseries For all enquiries - suttameditationseries@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/suttameditationseries/message

F**k That
Moscow Murders Update

F**k That

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 19:12


Briefly discussing the affidavit released to the public, and Bryan's appearance in front of the magistrate judge on January 5th, 2023.If you have any information regarding these events, please contact Moscow Police. Phone: 208-883-7180Email: tipline@ci.moscow.id.usDigital media: fbi.gov/moscowidaho If you liked what you heard today, give the podcast a like, review, and subscribe. Follow F**k That on Facebook, TikTok and Twitter @fthatpodInstagram @fthat_podSupport the podcast on Patreon for exclusive and ad-free content @fthatpod Thank you to this week's sources:Affidavit Statement of Brett Payne Moscow-Pullman Daily News UPDATED AT 10:02 A.M.: Kohberger appears in court, could potential face the death penalty dnews.com/updated-at-10-02-a-m-kohberger-appears-in-court-could-potential-face-the-death/article_07e7e1cc-8d18-11ed-ac71-8b0fcc105cb4.html New York Times The victims: Loved ones spoke of kind hearts and bright futures. https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/05/us/idaho-murder-victims.html State of Idaho v. Bryan C. KohbergerProbable Cause Order State of Idaho v. Bryan C. KohbergerArrest Warrant State of Idaho v. Bryan C. KohbergerCriminal Complaint State of Idaho v. Bryan C. KohbergerNondissemination Order State of Idaho v. Bryan C. KohbergerSecond Amended Order Governing Courthouse and Courtroom Conduct

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

➤ Tesla cuts prices in China for second time in three months as demand slows ➤ Tesla slashes Model 3, Model Y prices in China for second time in 3 months ➤ Tesla cuts car prices in China, Japan, South Korea and Australia ➤ Tesla fan Jerome Eady submitted trademarks for jets and boats ➤ China has a 10,000 euro cost advantage in small EVs, auto supplier says ➤ Nissan steps up EV drive in China ➤ CES speaker highlights auto trends ➤ Mercedes and Chargepoint team up to build 400 North American charging hubs ➤ Mercedes-Benz to roll out own 350kW charging network this year ➤ 2026 Afeela EV Sedan: What We Know So Far ➤ EV sales in Norway explode ahead of policy changes ➤ Chip crisis subdues new car market but EVs now second only to petrol - SMMT ➤ Lidl France Introduces Electric Vehicle Charging Stations To Stores ➤ Nissan Ariya Entered The US Market With 201 Sales In Q4 2022 ➤ Chevy Silverado EV Tows Trailer On Video, Validation Tests Continue

The League of Melanated Gentlemen
Gentlemen's Briefly: Comic Book Council Meeting I

The League of Melanated Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 36:13


Join us on this week's Gentlemen's Briefly as we sit and talk comic books. Welcome to the League   Twitter @TheLMGpodcast YouTube: League of Melanted Gentlemen Podcast Facebook Group: The League of Melanted Gentlemen Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

➤ Maserati MC20 Folgore EV to retain V6 character ➤ Maserati looks to slower charging for lighter sports EVs ➤ Rivian stock less bruised than Tesla as both miss EV targets ➤ Audi BEV sales up 47% in the US in 2022 while ICE sales flounder ➤ BMW sales dip in 2022, targets 15% battery-electric sales this year ➤ Porsche CEO Oliver Blume says 'very sporty' hybrid 911 finally coming ➤ GM Narrowly Wrestles U.S. Sales Crown Back from Toyota for 2022 ➤ 2023 Volkswagen ID.7 Wears Minimal Camo In New Spy Photos ➤ Manchin v. Treasury: The fight over electric vehicle tax credits explained | Washington Examiner ➤ The VinFast VF 8 Is Cheaper To Lease Than A Tesla Model Y | CarBuzz ➤ VinFast VF City Edition 8 Has an Estimated EPA Range of 179 Miles ➤ ABB announces new home wallbox charger ➤ Nvidia lets you play cloud games in the car with GeForce Now expansion ➤ NYC will buy over 900 electric vehicles in hopes of a ‘greener' municipal fleet ➤ Voyah FREE Electric SUV Delivery Started In Norway, Price Starts At 73,200 USD ➤ NIO's Third-Gen Battery Swap Station and 500kW Charger to Be Built in March ➤ Lotus to allow Eletre buyers to opt for e-mirrors, set to be 1st to do so in China

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

➤ Volkswagen unveils its upcoming ID.7 EV sedan at CES 2023 ➤ Tesla leads France's 2022 winners as sales fall 8% ➤ Electric cars continue to gain ground in Switzerland ➤ 17.3% Of New Cars In Europe Fully Electric, 27.7% Have A Plug ➤ 100% Electric Vehicles Now 13% Of New Vehicle Sales Globally ➤ EV battery manufacturing capacity in N America will 20x ➤ Market share of S. Korean EV battery makers slide ➤ Tesla Fined in South Korea for Allegedly Overstating Range ➤ Chevy Bolt prices increase for both models from GM ➤ 2024 Volvo EX90 Debuts In The US With Lidar As Standard ➤ 2023 Zeekr 001 debuts with optional 140 kWh battery, up to 641 miles of range ➤ Nio counts 10 battery swapping stations in Europe ➤ Japan to relax rules on fast EV chargers, jump-starting rollout ➤ Hyundai aims for 10% rise in global sales as it shifts to electric cars  ➤ Used EV prices fell in December

Harish Saluja's A House at the Crossroads
Briefly Classical Vol. 2

Harish Saluja's A House at the Crossroads

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 28:39


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Love Life Connection
The Four Stages of Shifting Your Relationship Patterns + A Brief Chat on Interpolitical Dating

Love Life Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 40:40


You've consumed all the information you can find on dating and relationships. Yet, you're either not attracting the kind of person you want or are still in a relationship you want out of. Does that sound like you? You're stuck in a pattern, and to get out of it involves unlearning what got you there and then re-learning new skills. In this episode, I talk about the four stages of learning any new skill to help you shift patterns that keep cropping up in your love life. But to start the show, I discuss a little about dating someone with different political beliefs, as that's been an increasingly hot topic among my clients lately. 2:40 - Why dating someone of a different political persuasion isn't about 100% agreement (and what you SHOULD look for instead) 9:34 - The situation women should avoid getting themselves into when it comes to interpolitical relationships 12:22 - One thing I have clients do when they're beginning to date again 17:23 - Signs of being in the first stage of learning any new skill: unconscious incompetence 24:15 - How to know that you're in the second stage: conscious incompetence 28:50 - The third phase of shifting your relationship patterns: conscious competence 33:59 - Briefly discussing the final phase: unconscious competence I hope you enjoyed this episode! Find me on Instagram or email me with your feedback. I look forward to hearing from you! After you listen to The Four Stages of Shifting Your Relationship Patterns + A Brief Chat on Interpolitical Dating, here are your next steps: With my impactful introductory coaching session, you'll walk away knowing exactly what's blocking you in love. Learn more about working with me 1-on-1 and schedule your Introductory Session here. Finally, If you get value from the Love Life Connection, please rate & review it on Apple Podcasts. It only takes a sec to impact our ranking + it'll help other women find our community!

Steamy Stories Podcast
Christmas Passions: Part 1

Steamy Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022


Christmas Passions: Part 1Driving Into the Driving Snow!By FenellaAshworth. Listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories.The snow was falling so heavily that it had become almost hypnotic. Coupled with the rapid, monotonous beat of the windscreen wipers which were fighting a losing battle to maintain visibility, Emily was impressed she was managing to make any progress at all. Several miles previously, she'd been forced to leave the busy A road she normally travelled along when visiting her parents, due to a multi-car accident. From the number of blue flashing lights reflecting across the snowy surfaces at the scene, it had looked pretty serious, suggesting there was little chance of the route being cleared for several hours.Emily had therefore taken the bold yet questionable decision of driving along the little-used, untreated back roads, in an attempt to keep moving. Being relatively near to her final destination in the heart of West Sussex, and having grown up in the vicinity, it was a route she knew well. This was a blessing given that the thick, swirling snow was now settling with a vengeance. Under the white blanket, the exact positioning of the road surface became increasingly blurred, forcing a confused Emily to rely heavily upon local landmarks. Hedgerows and tunnels of trees, now devoid of their thick summer foliage, became invaluable to assist her slow progress, under such difficult circumstances as these.Crawling forwards, occasionally sliding on the slick surfaces, she passed a series of abandoned vehicles and felt her stomach roll with nervous apprehension. One of them looked suspiciously like a Ferrari and she felt a flash of pride that her own bog-standard car was managing to outperform the expensive hot hatch. Yet, with another seven miles still left to travel and the snow falling more heavily with every passing minute, much like the weather surrounding her, her chances of success were looking increasingly bleak. Gulping down fast, shallow breaths, she continued resolutely onwards, her cold, clammy hands providing a stark contrast to the hot, red flush radiating from her face and neck. It was physiological evidence, if any were seriously required, that driving in such poor weather conditions could be incredibly stressful.Edging her way onwards, Emily found her mind starting to wander towards her family and the festive celebrations they had planned over the next few days. Somehow, Christmas always made her feel lonelier than at any other time of year, despite having her nearest and dearest present. Her favorite Christmas song proclaimed it was hard to be alone at this time of year, and never had that sentiment been truer. The knowledge that everybody would be coupled up in their happy pairings; her parents, her brother John with his wife, her sister Jane and husband Dan. Even the dog and cat were known to annually suspend hostilities and naturally migrate together beside the open fire, although theirs was always destined to be a rocky partnership. Emily stood out as the only singleton in a mass of happy couples. And it was so not cool for a woman in her mid-thirties to be jealous of the cat.Her melancholy wasn't helped by memories of what had taken place exactly three years ago, to the day. Her long-term boyfriend, in his great wisdom, had chosen Christmas Eve as the most appropriate time to make his big announcement. He no longer loved her and hadn't done for some time, apparently. And that, as they say, was that. For the days and nights that had followed, Emily had played the song, ‘A Winter's Tale', almost obsessively on repeat. It seemed to so completely describe the wretched situation she found herself in. His thoughtless actions had even managed to tinge her favorite Christmas song with a dash of unbearable sadness, and that was unforgiveable.A heartbroken Emily subsequently discovered that, with indecent haste, he had become engaged to an ex-girlfriend. Before anyone could say “shotgun wedding”, they were married and excitedly preparing to welcome their first child into the world. Although each new snippet of information hurt slightly less than the last, the news had still subjected her to actual physical pain, further hampering the recovery of her injured heart.Despite it being a cliché though, time really was proving to be a great healer. Indeed, deep down, Emily could now accept that they would never have been compatible in the long term. Even while they were still together, she'd always experienced a nagging doubt, even though her brain worked strenuously to suppress it at the time. Looking back, she remembered wondering whether it was really her that he wanted, or did he just want someone. Certainly, the speed at which he could drop one girlfriend and obtain a replacement, suggested the latter scenario, and only added weight to her theory. These days, she no longer wanted him back. Indeed, with distance, she'd come to recognise that he had been insensitive and emotionally weak. But although his spell over her was broken, the curse he'd cast over Christmas remained firmly in place.Making her way carefully around another abandoned car, Emily fought off the melancholy she always felt when her unwelcome ex appeared in her thoughts. In the past year, she had put a limited amount of effort into meeting someone new, in the hope of finding love again. But was she really cut out for a life of dating apps? Swiping left or right and being asked a barrage of personal, often intimate questions, whilst trying to fend off dick pics and unsolicited instant messages, were so not her idea of a good time. Wasn't there just somebody kind, sexy and decent out there?Negotiating around a sharp corner, her skin crawled in memory of a recent date she'd had with a guy, following a brief conversation online. It had quickly become apparent from the outset that theirs would never be a harmonious coupling. Emily was searching for romance, connection, belonging and, dare she even admit it these days, love. It swiftly became blatantly clear that he was looking for a one off, no strings attached, fuck fest. Needless to say, that night he'd gone home disappointed. Despite being fed up with her single status, Emily struggled to believe that advertising yourself on the internet like some second-hand car was the way forward. She'd recently shared her thoughts with her sister who, in her infinite wisdom, had tried to console her.‘You'll know when you find the one,' her sister had advised, gushing with positivity. 'And it will happen, I promise.' Easy for her to spew out such platitudes, Emily had noted at the time. With a glorious husband, two apparently perfect children and a Labrador in tow, she was the epitome of contentment. Besides, Emily wasn't willing to just settle into another relationship now. Next time, she wanted something extraordinary, or nothing at all. She'd reached a time in her life where she wasn't willing to mess about any longer.'Oh fuck!' she cried out, as her car suddenly started to slide out of control. Emily quickly discovered that cruising sideways down a steep incline provided a very effective distraction from chronic wistfulness. Never able to remember whether you should turn your wheels into a skid, or out of it, she tried both options with minimal consequence, whilst her foot pressed down hard on the brake pedal. Trapped in a metal box, skidding towards a very solid-looking, highly inconveniently placed line of trees, Emily squealed. Her eyes automatically snapped shut, preparing for the inevitable impact and subsequent pain.She'd heard of people's lives flashing before their eyes, upon finding themselves in a near-death experience. Of course she had. What she hadn't banked on was for her mind to take it upon itself to come up with such a random, eclectic and downright weird selection of memories. The images started off sensibly enough; her parents with their arms wrapped around each other, laughing. The epitome of the loving relationship which Emily herself secretly strived to achieve. The movie reel quickly cut to a goldfish which she had won as an eight-year old at the local fair, repetitively circling in its plastic bag. Next, a disco she'd attended, where her older sister had kissed a boy she'd had a secret crush on as a teen. Finally, she was doing her university finals, watching the dust float languidly in the hot, sunlit air above her small, wooden desk. Silently, she observed the names of students, stretching back over previous decades, deeply carved into the grainy surface. And then, nothing but darkness.'That's it?' thought Emily, feeling ridiculously short-changed, just before her car came to an ultimate and untimely stop. That bizarre and outrageously uninspiring set of memories was the best her brain could come up with, when faced with the threat of potential death? Seconds later, accompanied by an explosive bang that ricocheted painfully through her skull, her car became intimately acquainted with an Oak tree as the engine cut out. For a few silent seconds, she remained hunched over, gripping the steering wheel with white knuckles, both unable and unwilling to open her eyes. Every muscle in her body was tightly constricted, while her pulse beat off the charts.As she clenched and relaxed each of her limbs individually in turn, Emily was relieved not to feel any immediate injury. Perhaps, she considered, the memories your brain selects are dependent upon the severity of the situation in which you find yourself? One thing was for sure, though. She needed to get out more and give her brain some higher quality fodder, should the worst ever happen again. Life was short; she seriously needed to start living it. With that thought at the forefront of her mind, Emily found the necessary courage to open her eyes.'Shit,' she groaned, taking in the alarming sight before her. A brief glance down confirmed no obvious injuries to her own body, but her car hadn't been so lucky. Rough, snow-covered bark belonging to the aforementioned Oak tree, loomed large in the driver's side window, just inches from her face. Meanwhile, the crumpled car bonnet and cracked windscreen bore evidence of the brunt of the impact. Emily gazed forwards into the middle distance, observing the isolation and complete lack of nearby houses. She couldn't help but wonder what on earth she should do next. Unexpectedly, a movement in the side mirror attracted her attention. Before she knew what was happening, the passenger-side door was wrenched open and a large, masked man leapt into the seat beside her, accompanied by a frigid blast of arctic air and an eruption of snowflakes.'Don't move!' he demanded, closing the door behind himself. Emily tried to scream, but an absence of sound escaped from her throat. Instead, just a weak 'ree' glided pathetically through the air, at a pitch not dissimilar to that of a whistling kettle. With an effort that abysmal, realised Emily, the only creatures whose attention she was likely to attract were bats, or perhaps a Blue Whale, under very different environmental circumstances.In terror, she slowly turned to face him. He was dressed entirely in black, with the exception of a thin layer of snow which had collected across his broad shoulders. A hood was secured tightly around his head whilst a scarf covered most of his face. As a result, only the darkest pair of eyes that Emily had ever seen, remained on display.'My money's in the glove compartment,' she squeaked, nodding almost imperceptibly towards his knees.'That's good to know, I guess,' he replied, and despite her distress, Emily identified a hint of amusement in his tone. Oh God, was she dealing with a complete psychopath?'But right now,' he continued. 'I'm concerned you might have whiplash, so don't move.''You're, you're here to help me?' she stumbled. 'Not to steal from me?''Steal from you?' he chuckled. 'Who do you think I am? Dick Turpin? The most infamous of all the highwaymen, ' Emily felt very foolish.'Well, I'm pretty confident I don't have whiplash, thank you,' she replied, her good manners and upbringing forcing her to be polite to this stranger, who had appeared uninvited in her car, scared her half to death and now seemed to be laughing at her. 'I might be at risk of an early onset heart attack though,' she added pointedly.'I'm sorry,' he murmured. 'But you ought to be congratulated. That was one hell of an impressive slide!''Yeah, right up to the moment of impact,' she agreed dryly. 'I didn't see you.''Well, when you passed me, you did have your eyes closed,' he said teasingly. 'Plus, I took cover when I saw what was happening. You can let go of the steering wheel now, by the way.'Emily looked down to find her hands were still clamped tightly around it. Concentrating hard, she carefully released each of her fingers from their fraught grip before stretching her quivering hands out flat and placing them purposefully into her lap.'My poor car,' she sighed, gently shaking her head.'Ultimately, it's only a car,' the man pointed out. 'You're okay. That's what matters.''I guess,' she agreed, breathing out a long, shaky sigh.'Do you need to telephone anyone?' he asked kindly, recognising her clearly delicate emotional state.'Maybe I should,' Emily agreed, grappling in her coat pocket for her mobile phone. After hitting a few buttons, she dropped the device onto the dashboard.'No signal?' he asked.'No battery,' she replied slightly sheepishly. 'I'm not the world's most prepared traveller, even when extreme weather warnings have been issued for days in advance.''Here,' he said softly. Unzipping one of his coat pockets, he pulled out an iPhone, unlocked it and handed it across. 'Feel free to use mine.' Emily gazed down at the phone, surprised to be confronted with the screensaver image of a pirate, the man who was sitting next to her, she imagined, but it was impossible to tell. He wore the requisite eye patch, bandana, huge fake bushy beard and a lopsided toy parrot perched on his shoulder. Climbing all over him, while grinning inanely, were two young children.'You?' she smiled.'For my sins,' he nodded.'Thanks, but I won't,' Emily grimaced, handing the device back to its owner. 'Not until I'm safe. I wouldn't want my family to worry, or worse still, try and drive out in this crazy weather to rescue me.''You're safe right now,' he said meaningfully. Something in his tone made Emily look up at him properly for the first time and in that brief moment, their eyes locked. With her stomach suddenly shifting into free-fall, she inhaled sharply, immediately retracting her gaze as though she'd been electrocuted.'You could call for a rescue service but I've already tried that for my car,' he explained. 'Unsurprisingly, they're inundated and prioritising emergencies, which thankfully we are not.''Your car broke down too?' queried Emily.'Yeah,' he admitted with a nod, and this time Emily was confident of hearing amusement in his deep voice. 'Though in a far less spectacular fashion than yourself. In comparison to you, I would describe myself as an amateur, at best.''Where were you heading?' she smiled.'Barlavington estate. Family Christmas, you know?' Emily sighed inwardly with pleasure. He had such a lovely strong voice, full of expression and tone; like a comforting tune that she'd once known, but long forgotten. He sounded reassuringly familiar. It was a shame she could make out so little of the rest of him, dressed up for blizzard conditions as he was. The only thing she knew for sure was that he was certainly tall. His build was much more difficult to decipher, given all the layers of clothing he was wearing. And unless he started unwrapping the various scarves from around his face, she had no idea what he looked like either. 'You?' he prompted, breaking her daydream.'Me? Oh, um, I'm heading to Sutton for the same reason,' she replied. 'So just the next village along from you. I normally stick to the main road, but there was an accident.''Yeah, me too,' he explained. 'I thought I'd take my chances with the back roads.''And how's that working out for you?' grinned Emily, starting to see the humour in their situation.'Surprisingly well,' he admitted. Unsure exactly what he meant by that, Emily found herself temporarily silenced. 'Well,' he continued. 'As much as I'm enjoying myself, we can't stay here chatting much longer. It'll be dark shortly and my aunt's house is still a couple of miles away on foot. But at least it's somewhere warm to spend the night, before trying to finish the journey tomorrow.''Sounds like you're all sorted,' said Emily, feeling deflated. She had no idea what her next step should be. 'Thank you very much for checking I was okay. It was nice to meet you.''So you don't want to join me then?' he asked in a teasing tone. 'You're not up for a short hike?''Join you? Wouldn't your aunt mind?' she replied, her pulse ramping up a notch, accompanied by more than a frisson of excitement.'No, the more the merrier, as far as she's always concerned,' he explained. 'Have you got any outdoor gear?''Yes, in the back of the car.' He clearly didn't consider her current clothing was appropriate for bleak midwinter and, begrudgingly, she knew he was right. Unfastening her seatbelt with still shaking fingers, she gasped as he placed one of his gloved hands on hers.'No, you stay there,' he instructed. 'I'm already dressed for this crazy weather.' A freezing blast of air entered the car as he darted back outside. As the door closed once more, all that remained of his presence was a faint whiff of delicious smelling aftershave and a melted puddle of snow on the floor.Emily chanced a quick glance at herself in the rear view mirror and instantly regretted doing so; she wasn't looking her best. Although her bright blue eyes sparkled, they were surrounded by an unsurprisingly flushed and blotchy face. Briefly, Emily ran her fingers through her long blonde hair before giving it up as a bad job; she was clearly fighting a losing battle. Moments later, her white knight re-appeared, accompanied by walking boots and an assortment of thick, waterproof coats, hats, scarves and gloves.'Hey! What are you talking about?' he exclaimed, dumping the collection unceremoniously on his vacant seat. 'You're a highly prepared traveller. You've got clothing for every possible seasonal eventuality back there!''It's very kind of you to assume I'm organised,' explained Emily, feeling a little foolish. 'But it's actually just extreme laziness; I basically use my car to store all of my outdoor clothes.''Right,' he chuckled. 'Well, I'll leave you to get changed. Oh, do you have an overnight bag, by the way? I couldn't see one.' Emily nodded towards a small rucksack on the back seat. Having kicked off her flat shoes, she was struggling to pull a walking boot on; not an easy task in the presence of a steering wheel. 'Seriously?' he exclaimed. 'That's it?''Yeah, that's it,' she confirmed. 'I dropped all my family's gifts off the other week, so I just needed a couple of changes of clothes and some toiletries.''Wow, well, I'll stick your bag into my rucksack to save you carrying it, if you like?''Thank you, that's really kind.''No problem,' he replied, grabbing her bag before doffing an imaginary cap. 'Oh, and don't forget your purse is in the glove compartment, seeing as I never claimed it for my own,' he laughed, closing the door once more.Emily spent the next couple of minutes fighting her way into her outdoor clothing, whilst occasionally glancing through the window to keep track of her masked companion. Unable to open the driver's door, due to the up close and personal presence of an Oak tree, she struggled across the centre console and exited via the passenger side. Immediately, a blast of biting wind cut around her exposed face, thanks to the snow being blown almost diagonally across the white landscape. A shudder of goosebumps passed across her shoulders and she hoped they wouldn't have to be out in such unforgiving conditions for too long. Stowing his phone in a side pocket, the man moved swiftly across to Emily and closed the door behind her. He then held out his hand in an unexpectedly formal way.'Sam Whitehall,' he announced through the layers of scarf which still covered his face.'Emily Jones,' she replied, grasping his gloved hand with a grin whilst trying to prevent her teeth from chattering. Now she could see why he was so well wrapped up and quickly pulled her own scarf tightly around her head. It was beyond cold.'Lovely to meet you, Emily,' he replied. 'Sorry not to have encountered you in more salubrious circumstances. Shall we get going?''Are you sure about this? You don't even know me.''I know enough,' he confirmed. 'More to the point, you don't know me. I could be a mad axe murderer.''Where are your axes then,' laughed Emily, turning to lock the door of her car, surprised when the central locking system still worked, despite the damage.'Damn,' he chuckled, lifting his rucksack onto his back in preparation. 'I must have left them at home.''If axe murdering is your profession, then you're clearly not very good at it,' she concluded. 'So I'll take my chances.''It doesn't pay to be too confident,' he teased and Emily could see laughter lines crinkling at the edges of his eyes. 'After you,' he added, holding out his arm in the direction they needed to travel.'Uh oh. That's exactly what an axe murderer would say,' observed Emily dryly. She was rewarded by hearing his deep, infectious laugh.They started to trudge forward through the treacherous weather. A satisfying crunch accompanied each step underfoot as the snow continued to swirl around them making visibility increasingly difficult. To make matters worse, Emily found it was also difficult to hear very well. Her ears were encompassed under numerous woollen layers, from her attempts to block out the cold and the constant wind didn't help much either.'Are you absolutely sure your aunt won't mind me turning up too?' she asked in a raised voice.'Positive,' he bellowed back. 'I texted ahead. It's all fine. She's preparing the sleeping arrangements as we speak.''I'm impressed,' she replied. 'Your aunt must be pretty technologically savvy compared to my mum!' That was an understatement. Although her parents shared a Smartphone, the bulk of its functionality remained a mystery to them. Suggesting they log onto the Facebook app would receive an identical response to asking them to reprogramme the Hubble Space Telescope. As a result, the chances of them being aware of an incoming text, let alone replying to it, were exceptionally slim indeed. And that assumed that their phone was switched on in the first place, which it very rarely was. An inability to charge electrical devices was obviously a family failing, inherited through the generations.'My aunt has always been a very social being,' Sam explained, over the wind and weather. 'And as the modern world enhances her potential to be even more social, she made a conscious decision to embrace technology.''And will there be enough room in her house for me?' queried Emily.'Definitely,' he replied, apparently amused.'Does she live alone?''She's no longer married,' he explained. 'But she's got a housekeeper so fortunately she's rarely alone. She's a real people person. Seems to spend half of her time throwing parties and the other half planning them. Christmas Eve is always the biggest though, so you've chosen exceptionally well. Good job!''She's having a party? Tonight? Oh, I couldn't possibly impose on her then. It wouldn't be fair.''Nonsense,' chuckled Sam. 'She's already told me in no uncertain terms that she can't wait to meet you. She'll be delighted. And I was attending anyway, although my family won't be able to make it now because of this weather. Perhaps you can be my plus one?' he suggested, swinging around to face her, whilst continuing to walk backwards.'Okay,' agreed Emily as the look in his eyes caused her stomach to unexpectedly jolt.After that, they progressed for some time in silence, heads bowed down against the driving wind, with gloved hands thrust deep inside their pockets. As they entered a neighbouring village, Sam led them towards the cricket pavilion. In the summer, this was a quintessential English village, with a shop, pub, duck pond, children's play area and cricket pitch. Right now though, it was a barren, white wasteland; any objects daring to rise out of the ground had been blasted with a vertical plastering of sticky snow. Emily observed how the snow was always driven up the same exterior-facing surface, allowing her to identify the predominant wind direction, northerly, she assumed, given the glacial temperatures.Under the protection of the cricket pavilion porch, Sam shrugged off his rucksack, pulled out a bottle of water and handed it across to Emily. She accepted it gratefully, gulping down the liquid, surprised at how thirsty she'd become.'How are you doing?' he asked kindly.'Cold but otherwise surprisingly well,' she replied brightly, returning the bottle with thanks. Sam pulled the scarf slightly away from his mouth, revealing a tantalising glimpse of what lay beneath. As he drained the remainder of Emily's bottle of water, she caught sight of his straight, white teeth, dark stubbled face and full, soft lips. Despite the plummeting temperatures, she felt a streak of extreme warmth pass straight through her body. Averting her eyes, to prevent her expression being read, a blushing Emily concentrated hard on her walking boots whilst scrunching up her numb toes within.'Here,' he said, forcing Emily to look back up again, as he snapped a chocolate bar in two and passed half across to her. As they were both wearing thick, bulky gloves, the transfer of such a small item proved awkward to achieve but, with some chuckling at their incredible incompetence, they eventually succeeded. 'I promise that we'll soon have you somewhere safe and warm. There's nothing at all for you to worry about.'Nodding with gratitude, Emily placed a square of the chocolate covered caramel into her mouth. As the ice cold morsel began to melt luxuriously across her tongue, she couldn't remember ever tasting anything so sublime.'Um,' she murmured, eyes closed in bliss. 'Thank you. That is so good.''You're more than welcome,' he replied, his mouth twitching into a brief smile. 'Are you happy to take a short-cut through the forest? It should reduce our journey time by about twenty minutes.''Of course,' grinned Emily, stamping her feet to maintain circulation. 'I trust you.''And therein lies your first mistake,' he jokingly replied.To be continued in Part 2By FenellaAshworth for Literotica.

The League of Melanated Gentlemen
Gentlemen's Briefly: Gen II Pokémon

The League of Melanated Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 34:32


Join us on this episode of Gentlemen's Briefly where we talk generation II Pokémon. Welcome to the League   Twitter @TheLMGpodcast YouTube: League of Melanted Gentlemen Podcast Facebook Group: League of Melanted Gentlemen Podcast

Rich Zeoli
Is It Too Late to Tame the Surveillance State? + Rich and Dawn Reunited (Briefly)

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 152:24


The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (12/20/2022): 3:05pm- According to The Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily blocked the Biden Administration from ending Title 42. The decision halts a lower court's order to end the Trump-era border policy. Does the Biden Administration have a plan in place to stifle illegal border crossings in the event Title 42 is eventually ended? 3:15pm- Twitter Files Part 8: In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Lee Fang—investigative journalist for The Intercept—documented how Twitter “directly assisted the U.S. military's influence operations.”  3:20pm- According to a report from Fox News, the Republican National Committee is now demanding the Federal Election Commission (FEC) “reopen an investigation into Twitter's censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story” and whether it amounted to an illegal campaign contribution to the Biden campaign.  3:40pm- WPHT's Dawn Stensland joins The Rich Zeoli Show to talk about her role hosting the 2023 Mummers Parade on January 1st for MeTV2. Learn more about the event, and when to watch, at: https://www.metv2.com 4:00pm- On Tuesday, Democrats and Republicans unveiled a $1.7 trillion budget deal designed to avert a government shutdown. The measure is a reported 4,155 pages and includes an estimated 7,500 earmarks. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (NY-D) was asked how he expects members of Congress to read the enormous omnibus bill before voting on it later this week.  4:25pm- While speaking to members of the press, Senator Mike Lee (UT-R) slammed party leaders for demanding Congressmembers vote on the 4,155-page omnibus bill without having a chance to read it beforehand.  4:45pm- In August 1975, Senator Frank Church appeared on Meet the Press and discussed surveillance technology being used by the American government to monitor foreign enemies—but he warned that it could, in the future, be used by the government to infringe upon the rights of American citizens. His warnings proved to be prophetic. In 2022, how do we begin to reform the surveillance state?  5:00pm- Gabriel Nadales—National Director for Our America—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Stanford University's new list of harmful language which includes words like master, gangbusters, and blind study. Nadales also tells his amazing life story—immigrating to the United States from Mexico and briefly participating in activist   organizations like Antifa before ultimately rejecting the ideology and embracing freedom of speech, unity, and American values.   5:30pm- Is Rich about to be cancelled? Stanford University's Elimination of Harmful Language Initiative (EHLI) has created a comprehensive list of offensive language that should no longer be used under any circumstances—Rich reads the list on-air anyway! 6:00pm- While speaking with the press, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell defended the proposed $1.7 trillion omnibus bill by arguing, “providing assistance for Ukrainians to defeat Russians is the number one priority for the United States.” The measure sends an additional $44.9 billion in military assistance to Ukraine.  6:15pm- The Biden Administration has formally asked the U.S. Supreme Court to allow for the end of Title 42.   6:20pm- Zeoli is preempted for college basketball…again!

Engadget Morning Edition
Twitter briefly bans links to Facebook, Instagram and other rivals

Engadget Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 4:43


Twitter briefly bans links to Facebook, Instagram and other rivals, Riot Games wants a court to end its ‘League of Legends' sponsorship deal with FTX, Apple reportedly drops out of NFL Sunday Ticket negotiations.

Engadget
Twitter briefly bans links to Facebook, Instagram and other rivals

Engadget

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 4:43


Twitter briefly bans links to Facebook, Instagram and other rivals, Riot Games wants a court to end its ‘League of Legends' sponsorship deal with FTX, Apple reportedly drops out of NFL Sunday Ticket negotiations.

Forensic Psychology
3 MS-13 MEMBERS CONVICTED AND WE DISCUSS BRIEFLY MS-131

Forensic Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 4:52


CRIME WATCH DAILY
3 MS-13 MEMBERS CONVICTED AND WE DISCUSS BRIEFLY MS-13

CRIME WATCH DAILY

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 4:33


Run Hard Mom Hard
90 | Erika Hoagland on Western States, Pregnancy Deferrals, Fear of Change & Embracing the Runner You are Right Now

Run Hard Mom Hard

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 80:03


This week we had the pleasure of talking with Erika Hoagland! Erika was previously the editor for Ultrarunning Magazine and today she still writes a column called I Am An Ultrarunner as well as she owns a cookie company (she makes the most beautiful cookies), she is a mom and she trains for and races ultras. We chat about the joys and insanities of motherhood, her journey through child birth and her consistent racing through the years. Erika ran Western States this year after using the pregnancy deferral when she had her daughter in 2017. She explains her experience, how it works and why it's so important in our sport to allow moms the freedom of not having to choose between racing and growing their family. Briefly, here's how it works: if you raced your way into Western States or had your name drawn in the lottery but you are pregnant or get pregnant before the race and feel like it's not the best time to be running 100 miles, you can defer your race to another year when you're more ready to run without any punishment of loosing your place in this race that is so difficult to get into. This allows mothers to do what is best for their bodies and families (Hallelujah). Erika shares about her race at Western States this year and the fears, anxieties and stresses she carried with her in training and the race itself. She didn't have the race she hoped for and it brought about some heavy emotions that she has processed and thankfully shared with us because her words were so relatable and life-giving to the rest of us (at least for Stef and I!) As humans, and especially as moms, we can tend to compare our past selves to our current selves and cringe when we don't feel like we're “back” to where we once were athletically. We can intertwine our self-worth with our race times and be saddened by unmet expectations. But Erika is moving forward and embracing the runner she is right now, ditching the stress of outcomes and finding joy in ultra running. We loved our time with Erika and are so inspired by her! Listen to this episode by searching “Run Hard Mom Hard” wherever you get your podcasts! Don't forget to subscribe to the pod and share this with your fellow mother runners! Thank you!! Show Notes: Erika Hoagland Erika's seriously gorgeous cookie business: Rosebud Cookies Ultrarunning Magazine - such a staple in our sport! Western States Pregnancy Deferral Our sponsor: Treeline Coffee - Get 10% off the most delicious mom fuel and joy with code RUNHARD10 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/run-hard-mom-hard/message

CoinMarketRecap: Weekly Crypto News
Dec 15: Bitcoin briefly hits $18,000, FTX exec tipped off Bahamas, nine charged over Ponzi schemes

CoinMarketRecap: Weekly Crypto News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 5:16


On today's CoinMarketRecap with Connor Sephton, it's revealed that a senior FTX executive tipped off The Bahamas about the misuse of customer funds. Shark Tank star Kevin O'Leary causes a backlash by suggesting FTX's collapse is Binance's fault. And nine people are charged for allegedly operating two crypto Ponzi schemes. You can follow us on Twitter — @ConnorSephton and @CoinMarketCap.

The League of Melanated Gentlemen
Gentlemen's Briefly: Gen I Pokémon

The League of Melanated Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 33:20


Join us on this episode of Gentlemen's Briefly where we talk generation I Pokémon. Welcome to the League   Twitter @TheLMGpodcast YouTube: League of Melanted Gentlemen Podcast Facebook Group: League of Melanted Gentlemen Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
12 Dec 2022 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 4:16


➤ Norways electric vehicle registrations still on the uptake ➤ Tesla drivers say they've faced more incidents of road rage ➤ Hyundai/Kia electric cars with 1000km range possible thanks to new battery ➤ Stellantis lays off workers blaming high cost of making cars ➤ Work starts on massive new 1,000-job electric car battery plant near Nissan ➤ Hyundai Motor and SK On to invest $4b for EV battery plant in Georgia ➤ Tesla: The Car Maker With The Second Oldest Lineup In The World ➤ 2024 Porsche Macan EV Spied Showing Estimated Range, Sport Chrono Pack ➤ Study: Electric cars make utility bills cheaper for everyone ➤ Cornell: Switch to EVs could save lives in these 5 big cities

The Familiar Strange
Ep #100 The laws of Robotics & Anti-Trust Frank Pasquale on AI Law & Multidisciplinary Interactions

The Familiar Strange

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 51:03


Familiar Stranger Emma sits down with Frank Pasquale from Brooklyn Law School. Frank is also currently co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cross-Disciplinary Research in Computational Law! Frank is one of the leaders in relation to AI Law and cross-disciplinary approaches, with his works of The Black Box Society The Secret Algorithms That Control Money and Information and New Laws of Robotics Defending Human Expertise in the Age of AI, incorporates a broad range of insight from an even broader range of disciplines. In this conversation, Emma and Frank touch on authority, Trust and the essays of Clifford Geertz. Briefly dive deep into America's Anti-Trust laws and eventually discuss ideas of where to next for AI technologies, and how disciplines can work more efficiently to drive new insights and findings.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
11 Dec 2022 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 4:16


➤ Tesla hopes China boss will bring secret sauce to Gigafactory Texas ➤ Tesla Model S and X Plaid arrive in Germany for first deliveries ➤ US: All-Electric Car Registrations Exceeded 600,000 By End Of October 2022 ➤ CATL supplying 123 GWh of batteries to power Honda EVs ➤ CATL signs deal with Honda to supply batteries that can power 2 million EVs ➤ Ford to market 'American heritage' in Europe with larger EVs ➤ What is going on? | Sono Motors ➤ Hyundai's E-GMP EVs To Get Better Range And Improved Performance ➤ GM strives for resilient EV battery supply chain ➤ 2024 Corvette E-Ray Configurator Leaks, Revealing the Hybrid C8 ➤ VW teases new ID.3 with focus on interior space and Tesla-style displays

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
10 Dec 2022 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 4:17


➤ Tesla Model 3 overtakes Model Y as Germany's favourite EV ➤ Tesla to suspend Model Y output in Shanghai in last week of Dec-memo ➤ Continental's new Green Caliper for EV brakes ➤ Fisker offers a peek at its long-range, four-door Ronin convertible EV ➤ Formula E World Championship pre-season test ➤ The new Formula E racing car represents a technological milestone ➤ Volkswagen AG creates the greatest charging network in Europe with Elli ➤ NEV registrations hit another record in China over November ➤ Workers at E.V. Battery Plant in Ohio Vote to Unionize ➤ Colo. aims for 100% EVs with no gasoline bans

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
9th Dec 2022 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 4:18


➤ Mercedes-Benz Opens First EV-Only Dealership, And It's Outside Germany ➤ Volvo C40 and XC40 add efficiency, range ➤ 2024 Mercedes C-Class: long-range EV saloon breaks cover ➤ Tesla Is Making Changes In Fremont To Prepare For Refreshed Model 3 Production ➤ GM to roll put thousands of electric vehicle chargers in rural America ➤ Almost Two-Thirds of Ford Dealers Will Sell EVs with No-Haggle Pricing ➤ Battery change boosts 2023 Nissan Leaf efficiency, slightly ➤ VW Anhui sees first pre-production vehicle roll off line ➤ Rising battery prices threaten affordable electric car push ➤ California, Massachusetts Lead Nation on Energy Efficiency ➤ StoreDot Extreme Fast Charging battery performance ➤ Rare interview with Tesla's chief designer, Franz von Holzhausen

Common Ground
Episode #6: James Romoser

Common Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 25:02


James Romoser, editor of SCOTUSBlog, is in Grand Rapids for the Hauenstein Center event about the supreme court, and he joins Maddy on this episode of the podcast. James' twitter bio says "Briefly was a lawyer until I remembered I like journalism too much" and the two talk about his journey from law school back to journalism, along with the freedom of information in our country. James also shares about his other project Circuit Breaker and about his most energizing court cases to talk about. Learn more about the Hauenstein Center here: Website | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook

The League of Melanated Gentlemen
Gentlemen's Briefly: The Fighting Genre

The League of Melanated Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 35:01


Join us on this episode of Gentlemen's Briefly where Jordan and Spenser talk fighting games. Welcome to the League   Twitter @TheLMGpodcast YouTube: League of Melanted Gentlemen Podcast Facebook Group: League of Melanted Gentlemen Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

➤ Volkswagen accelerating transformation of Wolfsburg plant ➤ Volkswagen MEB+ To Offer 435 Miles Of Range, 200 kW Fast Charging ➤ Hot Skoda Enyaq iV vRS gets 295bhp and £52,670 price tag ➤ 2024 Cupra Tavascan electric SUV to be produced in China ➤ Mercedes-Benz to double e-drive production capacity ➤ Envision AESC to make EV cells for BMW in US  ➤ China-Made Volvo EX30 Confirmed For 2023, XC90 To Stick Around ➤ Tesla says it is adding radar in its cars next month amid self-driving suite concerns ➤ Tesla offers additional discount to Chinese buyers on some models ➤ Polestar 2 gets an over-the-air performance boost ‘without the hassle of a subscription' ➤ Lucid Air given a five-star Euro NCAP score ahead of its introduction on our shores | Top Gear ➤ Toyota sees hydrogen-combustion Corolla Cross as EV alternative

Sal Licata Podcast
We briefly thought Aaron Judge left, then found out he didn't. Will he bolt for real?

Sal Licata Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 12:32


It was a whirlwind late in the afternoon when the baseball world thought for a few minutes that Aaron judge was headed to San Francisco.

Gutsy Health | Nutrition and Medicine
S2E46 - Resetting Your System with Cryotherapy

Gutsy Health | Nutrition and Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 34:45


Show Summary: "Cold therapy is one of the best things you can do for vagal tone. When people are chronically in fight or flight, it gets you out of that and helps you get you into parasympathetic states again.”Despite our earnest attempts for vitality, no one is exempt from experiencing stress, depression, inflammation and other kinds of neurological disturbances. When your body is groaning in agony and your mind is buried in a deep, dark place, you may not realize it but getting shocked to reset your system is just what you desperately need.And because it happens even to the most health conscious of us, knowing the advanced modalities out there gives you an edge especially when you're a case that doctors can't point a finger to. Along with the famed Hyperbaric Chamber available at Provo Health, there's also the Cryotherapy Chamber which is also a game changer in making you feel amazing once again - for only three minutes.Our guest, Michelle Chambers, is the owner of the fascinating wellness center, Soul Inception. Briefly sharing how she intentionally paused her first business to pursue the ultimate goal of helping people, this zen den has been built beside Provo Health and the rest is history.Find out more about her full-body Cryotherapy Chamber and other phenomenal healing modalities by listening to Episode 43 of the Gutsy Health Podcast! Exceptional Highlights:Cold therapy induces the release of happy hormones such as endorphins, serotonin and dopamine, while relieving pain and inflammation instantly.Electric cold therapy is better than ice baths and cold plunges because it penetrates the tissues better. You also leave the chamber dry, so it's comfortable and not bone-chilling cold.Weight loss can be a benefit as the body reheats itself and burns calories as a result. Show Highlights:Health struggles and healing protocol she prescribed to herselfJuanique 00:57Experiencing neurological issues that almost left her debilitated and unable to live a normal life, ketamine, hyperbaric chamber, and cryotherapy dramatically got her back on her feet.System reset through CryotherapyJuanique and Michelle 05:27When experiencing negative energy and the general feeling of malaise, popping inside the chamber instantly lifts mood and tones down inflammation and pain. Other benefits of CryotherapyJuanique 17:04Hashimoto's, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriasis patients have experienced immediate relief from their symptoms. It also improves immune function and post-surgery recovery.Exclusive offer for Gutsy Health listenersMichelle Chambers 30:07Pay monthly membership of $89 to enjoy Cryotherapy along with other modalities such Halotherapy (Himalayan Salt Cave), PEMF Therapy, Color Light, and Infrared Sauna. Or a one-time 25% discount on any sessions if they mention the Gutsy Health podcast.Spoil the people you love this holiday season with the gift of comfort and & quality with Cozy Earth bedding pajamas. Use the code GUTSY for a 40% discount.Important Links: Gutsy Health Podcast InstagramSoul Inception Website@soul.inception InstagramChambers Soul Sister Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
19 Nov 2022 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 4:16


➤ VW plant produces 7,100 electric cars in one week - electrive.com ➤ GM Expands Manufacturing Capacity For EV Parts ➤ Jaguar Land Rover to hire redundant Meta and Twitter staff | Autocar ➤ VinFast scores fleet deal with Autonomy for 2,500 EVs | Automotive News ➤ Formula E Fast Charging to Be Introduced Like F1's Sprint Races ➤ Mercedes Subscription Acceleration Increase ➤ Google Maps update shows fast-charging EV stations, new AR views ➤ Stellantis Acquires aiMotive ➤ Wabtec to Advance Electrification of Vessels in HYPOBATT Project ➤ NIO's first swap station in Sweden goes online - CnEVPost ➤ GM dealers are working on Teslas, claims thousands of repairs ➤ Honda e cars become a virtual power plant in Germany - electrive.com ➤ US to invest $13bn to expand and modernise electric grid

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
18 Nov 2022 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 4:16


➤ Fisker Ocean Officially Enters Production On Schedule In Graz, Austria ➤ Hyundai's Ioniq 6 EV makes its US debut at the LA Auto Show - The Verge ➤ VinFast VF6 and VF7 Electric SUVs Round Out the U.S. Lineup ➤ General Motors predicts profits from EV business in 2025 | Financial Times ➤ BYD starts testing of new Land Rover-style electric off-road SUV ➤ Tesla cuts delivery waiting time for all model 3, model Y cars | Reuters ➤ Blume rumoured to throw out VW's new EV factory - electrive.com ➤ VW may build electric Golf after Trinity flagship EV delay | Automotive News Europe ➤ Hyundai, Nissan Roll Out Services to Make It Easier to Own an EV ➤ Regulatory filing: Smart's second EV, Smart #3, coming soon - CnEVPost ➤ Tesla invites non-Tesla EVs in Italy to charge on Supercharger network ➤ New York State is funding an EV-only consumer loan platform

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
17 Nov 2022 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 4:16


➤ CEO Jim Farley: Ford To Produce EV Components In-House For Success ➤ Model S Receives 5-Star Euro NCAP Safety Rating | Tesla UK ➤ World premiere for fifth-generation Toyota Prius, 100% Plug-in Hybrid for Europe ➤ New Fiat 500 EV Coming Stateside, Will Be Shown In Los Angeles | Carscoops ➤ NIO ET7 Achieves Five-Star Rating in Euro NCAP and Green NCAP Tests | NIO ➤ Nio delivers their first ET7 in Sweden - electrive.com ➤ Thierry Bolloré steps down as CEO of Jaguar Land Rover | Jaguar Land Rover | The Guardian ➤ China has exempted about $10 billion in purchase taxes on NEVs so far this year - CnEVPost ➤ New app helps dealers demonstrate EV ownership costs | Autocar ➤ Tesla Giga Shanghai vehicle exports continue amid Q4 push