What if I never get better? This is a common and distressing fear that many people worry about. It can feel very depressing, it can be incredibly anxiety-provoking, and most of all, it can make you feel so alone. Today, I'm going to address the fear, “What if I never get better?” and share tools and strategies to stay hopeful and focused on your recovery. If you have the fear, “What if I never get better?” I want you to settle in. This is exactly where you need to be. I want to break this episode down into two specific sections. So, when we are talking about “What if I never get better?” we're going to talk about first the things I don't have control over, and then the things we do have control over. That will determine the different strategies and tools we're going to use. Before we do that, though, let's talk about first validating how hard it is to recover. Recovery is an incredibly scary process. It can feel defeating; it can feel, as I said, so incredibly lonely. When we're thinking about recovery, we often compare it to other people's recovery, and that's probably what makes us think the most. Like, will I ever recover? Will I get to be like those people who have? Or if you see people who aren't recovering, you might fear, “What if I don't recover either?” even if you're making amazing steps forward. It can be an exhausting process that requires a lot of care, compassion, and thoughtful consideration. Most of all, recovery requires a great deal of hard work. Most people, by the time they come to me, are exhausted. They've given up. They don't really feel like there's any way forward. And I'm here to share with you that there absolutely is, and we're going to talk about some strategies here today. Now, that being said, while all of those things are true—that it is hard and distressing and can be defeating—I wholeheartedly believe that recovery is possible for everyone. But what's important is that we define recovery depending on the person. I do not believe that there is a strict definition of recovery, mainly because everybody is different, everybody's values are different, and everybody's capacity is different. So we want to be realistic and compassionate, and we want to make sure our expectations are safe and caring as we move towards recovery. Let's talk about what that might look like. Again, it's going to be different for every person. WHAT IF I DON'T GET BETTER FROM OCD? If we're talking about recovery for OCD, let's say we're going to be talking about what's realistic. Again, what's compassionate? So, if someone comes to me and says, “I want my goal of recovery to be never to have anxiety and never have intrusive thoughts ever again,” I'm going to say to them, “That sounds really painful and out of your control. Let's actually work at controlling your reaction to them instead of trying to tell your brain not to have thoughts and not to have feelings, because we all know how that works. You're going to have more of them, right?” But again, the degree in which you recover is entirely up to you. WHAT IF I DON'T GET BETTER FROM GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER? Recovery for anxiety or generalized anxiety is going to be the same. I am probably going to use me as an example. I have generalized anxiety disorder—it doesn't stop me from living my life as fully as I can. It's still there, but I'm there to gently, compassionately respond to it and think about how I can respond to this effectively. I think I'm genetically set up to have anxiety, so my goal of recovery being like never having anxiety again is probably not kind; it's probably not compassionate or realistic. WHAT IF I DON'T GET BETTER FROM DEPRESSION? Recovery for depression—again, it's going to look different for different people. Some people are going to have a complete reduction of depressive symptoms. Other people are going to have a waxing and waning, and I consider that to still be a part of recovery. It might be that your definition of recovery is, “As long as I'm functioning, I can take care of my kids, and I can go to work and do my hobbies.” If that's your definition of recovery, great. Other people might say, “My definition of recovery is to make sure I get my teeth cleaned, go to the doctor once a year, and have an exercise schedule,” and whatever's right to them. Really, again, I want to be clear that you get to decide what recovery looks like for you. I've had people in the past say, “I've considered my recovery to be great. I'm not ready to take those next extra hard steps. I'm happy with where I am, and I'm actually going to work at really accepting where I'm at and living my life as fully as I can, whether these emotions or these feelings are here or not,” and I love that. WHAT IF I DON'T GET BETTER FROM HAIR PULLING AND SKIN PICKING? Recovery for hair pulling and skin picking—another disorder that we treat at our center in Calabasas, California—might be some reduction of those behaviors. For others, it might be complete elimination, but you get to decide. WHAT IF I DON'T GET BETTER FROM MY CHRONIC ILLNESS? I know that for me, the recovery of a chronic illness was not the absence of the chronic illness. It was getting in control of the things I knew I could control and then working at compassion, acceptance, care, support, and resources for what I could not control. So I really want to emphasize here first that we want to be respectful. I want to be respectful of your definition of recovery before we talk about this fear specifically related to “what if I don't recover.” Some people have the fear that they won't recover, and that might be valid because they've put their expectations so high that the expectation in and of itself causes some anxiety. WHAT DON'T I HAVE CONTROL OVER? So let's talk about it first. We're going to first talk about what I don't have control over, and this is what we're talking about here in regards to how I manage this fear. Now, the first thing to do when we're talking about what we don't have control over is, we don't have control over the fact that we have this fear. Of course, this fear is coming up for you because you want to recover, you want to live your best life, and you deserve that. You deserve to have a life where you go on to succeed in whatever definition that means to you. But we can't control the fact that your brain offers you the thought, “What if I don't recover?” We don't have control over that, so let's try not to stop or suppress those thoughts. We know that with research, the more you try and suppress a thought, the more often you're going to have it. The other thing we don't have control over, and I actually mentioned this before, is, we have to acknowledge our genetics and acknowledge that genetics does have a play in this. I'm never going to probably be someone who is anxiety-free. My brain comes up with some ridiculous things. My brain loves to catastrophize. My brain loves to find problems where there aren't problems. That is my brain. As much as I can work at eliminating how I react to that, I'm probably not going to stop that entirely. So I'm going to accept that I don't have control over my genetics, and that's okay. A quick note here too is, if you do have anxiety and it is a part of your genetic—DNA, your family team tends to have it—also catch your anger around that. You're allowed to be angry; you're allowed to be dissatisfied or have grief about that. But we also want to catch that as well. Again, we do have to just acknowledge that no one has control over their genetic makeup. The third thing to remember here is that recovery is a series of valleys and peaks. That we do not have control over. Some people have extreme fear that they will never recover because they believe or were led to believe that recovery should be this very straightforward recovery process where you go from A to B, there's no peaks and valleys, and it's all straightforward from there. We do have to accept that it is normal. Recovery will always have peaks and valleys. It will always have highs and lows. And that actually doesn't mean you are relapsing or anything bad is happening. I actually say to my clients a lot of the time, and I often will demonstrate to them as I'll say, “You're in the messy middle. You've started recovery, so you've made that huge step. You've gone through that chapter where you're learning and you're ready for it, and you've educated yourself and you're prepared. And now you're starting to make some strides. You're seeing where you're doing well. We're also seeing where there's challenges. You're in the messy middle, and this is where valleys and peaks, ups and downs are going to happen. Our job isn't to beat you up when you're in a valley or a low; our job is to stop and just inquire, nonjudgmentally, what's going on? What can we learn from this? What could help me with this if I were to navigate this in the future?” This has been a huge piece of my work managing a chronic illness because I could wake up tomorrow and not be able to get out of bed, but today I feel like I'm full of energy and all good. It's completely out of my control sometimes. On the days where I don't feel like I can get out of bed, my job is to recognize that this is normal. This doesn't mean it's going to be forever. Can I be gentle with myself around this hard day and not catastrophize what that means? So, there are the three things we can't control. WHAT DO YOU HAVE CONTROL OVER? Now we're going to move over to the things we can control. There are actually seven of these things, and we're going to go through them, and they will inform the tools and strategies you are going to use when you're handling the fear, “What if I don't ever recover?” HOW DO I RESPOND TO THIS THOUGHT? Number one, something that we do have control over, is: how do I respond to this thought? Now, you must remember, the fear, “What if I don't recover?” or “What if I never get better?” is actually just a thought. It's not a fact. It's not the truth. It's a thought your brain is offering to you, and we want to thank it for that thought because your brain's trying to help you along. It's saying, “Just so you know, Kimberley, there is a small possibility that you won't recover. What can we do about that?” But if you have that thought and you take it as a fact, like you won't recover, or recovery is not in your future, and you respond to it that way, you're going to probably respond in a way that increases anxiety, increases depression, increases hopelessness, and isn't kind or effective. So we want to first acknowledge, okay, in this present moment, maybe it's Tuesday at 9:30 in the morning and I'm having the thought “what if I don't recover,” knowing that on Tuesday at 9:40, I might be having different thoughts, which is again evidence that thoughts are not facts. They're fleeting. They're things that show up in our minds. We can decide whether to respond to them or not. Now, what we want to do when we do have this thought is respond to it in a kind, compassionate way. For those of you who know me and have followed me for some time, I'm always talking about this idea of a kind coach. The kind coach would say, “Okay, I acknowledge that's a thought. Okay. What do we need to do? Kimberley, you've got this. Keep going. Keep trying. You know you've done this valley and this peak before. What did you do in the past that was helpful? What did you do in the past that wasn't helpful? Great, let's do more of that.” The kind coach cheers you on. It's there to encourage you. It's there to remind you of your strengths. HOW COMPASSIONATE ARE YOU TOWARDS YOURSELF It's not there to bring your challenges and use them against you, which brings us right to tip number two, which is, you have 100% control over how kind you are to yourself throughout the process.Actually, let me renege that maybe not a hundred percent because I know a lot of you are new to the practice of self-compassion, and sometimes we do it without even knowing. So let's also be realistic about that as well. Forgive me. We can really work at changing how kind we are to ourselves when we have that thought. Let's say you've been through the wringer. It's a very Australian frame or quote, but you've been through the wringer, which means you've been through a really tough time, and you're thinking, “I only have evidence that things go bad or things get worse.” A kind coach, your compassionate voice, or your compassionate self—that compassionate part of you would be there to offer gentle, wise guidance on what you need to do for the long term to move you forward. Again, that compassionate voice will validate how hard it's been. It will not invalidate you. It will say, “I understand it has been hard. I understand that this is really, really challenging.” It will also offer you kind, effective, wise ideas for what you could do in that moment. Sometimes the kindest thing we can do is just acknowledge the thought and keep going. Sometimes the kindest thing we can do is to say, “No, brain,” or “No, anxiety,” or “No, I'm not buying into this today. Thank you very much for offering it to me, but you do not get to determine where I'm headed. I get to determine where I am headed.” So, compassionate reactions aren't just gentle. Sometimes they're quite assertive and they'll say, “No.” Sometimes they might even swear, like, “Bug off, anxiety. I'm not dealing with you today. You're not going to tell me what to do. You can come along for the day's ride. I know I can't get rid of you. I know it's out of my control to try and get rid of you, but you will not determine what I'm going to do today. You'll not get to tell me that my life will be bad, or my life will be terrible or unsuccessful, or I won't have recovery.” You get to stand up to fear in that way and let that then inform the actions you take from there. HOW MUCH TIME ARE YOU DEDICATING TO RECOVERY? The tip or tool number three is, also take a look at how much time you're dedicating to recovery. I've had patients who've come to me really struggling with this fear that “what if I never recover?” We actually find that they're not engaging enough in the recovery skills and tools throughout the day. It's sort of like going to the gym. If I went to the gym for an hour, once a week, yes, I would have some improvements, but to really maintain those improvements, I do need to be doing my homework, my stretches, my walks, and my weight training in a way that's effective and not overdone throughout the week. So a lot of you, if you're struggling with this, be gentle around this question, because we don't want to overdo it either. But we may want to check in and say, “Let's be strategic here.” I know that in our online course—we have an online course called Time Management for Optimum Mental Health. It's a course to help people schedule and manage their time so that they can prioritize mental health and other things they have to get done. There are other priorities, chores, and things they have to do. We often talk about, let's put mental health first. Have you scheduled it in your day to do your homework if you're doing ERP? Have you done that? Have you scheduled a time or an alarm to go off to remind you to sit and journal, do some self-compassion practice, or meditate? For me, a big one from my mental health is an alarm to say, “It's time to leave the house. You need to get outside.” I work from home. I'm often indoors with my patients. “It's time for you to go outside.” That is important for your long-term mental health or your medical health. And so, it's important that we are very strategic and effective about scheduling. I call it calendaring. We calendar recovery-focused behaviors. That is something you do have control over. Again, you do not have control over the fact that the fear is here. You don't have control over whether it will return tomorrow, but you do have control over your recovery and the steps you take, acknowledging that there will still be peaks and valleys. It will not be perfect. One thing I want to stress to you—and I shouldn't laugh because it's actually not funny; it's actually very serious—is that so many people start recovery and get perfectionistic about it, which is often why they're having the fear “what if I never recover,” because they've told themselves there is this one way that they are going to recover and that it again shouldn't have peaks and valleys and it should be this way, and I shouldn't be hijacked by any other things. But the truth is, life happens along the way. You might be cruising along with recovery for your specific struggle, and then all of a sudden, a life stressor happens, like COVID. Here in LA, my husband works in the film industry. There's a huge strike happening. It's a huge stressor for a lot of families. It's been going on for months. A lot of families. I have all kinds of stresses—financial, relationship, and scheduling struggles. Life does happen, and so we have to be gentle with ourselves on the times when our recovery isn't going to the speed we would've liked because of the life hiccups that happen along the way that slow our progress. When that happens, we can gently encourage ourselves that we are doing the best we can. We're going to be okay with the fact that it's a little slower. We're going to let ourselves have our emotions about the fact that it's slower than we would've liked, and we're going to gently just keep taking one step at a time in the direction you want to go in. HOW WILLING AM I TO RIDE THIS WAVE OF DISCOMFORT? Now the fourth thing you want to remember here, and something that is in your control when it comes to the fear “What if I don't recover?” or “What if I never get better?” is how willing am I to ride waves of discomfort? This question is key, you guys, and will determine a huge degree of how speedy your recovery is. Maybe it's not even speedy. For some people, it's speedy, but for others, it's how deep the recovery process goes. I know for me that I often will try to get things to move along nice and fast and on schedule and so forth, but I've really missed the true meaning, which is, have I actually learned how to be with myself when I'm uncomfortable? Have I actually slowed down and really had a degree of willingness to be with whatever discomfort it may be—tightness in my chest, racing thoughts, not in my throat, an upset stomach? Am I actually willing to allow that to be there AND still moving in the direction towards my long-term wellness? Often, when discomfort comes up, we're like, “I don't want to feel this. I don't want to have this experience.” And that's often when we engage in behaviors that keep us stuck and keep us out of recovery, keep the disorder going. We know that when we engage in behaviors like compulsions, avoidances, and mental rumination, that often just keeps us stuck and keeps us cycling on the same anxiety and the same disorder. The big question: How willing am I to ride this wave of discomfort? You may want to even put it on a scale of 1 to 10. You might say, “Out of 10, how willing am I to ride this wave? 10 being the most, 1 being not at all.” I always say to my patients, and I've said it here before, we want to be up around the 7s, 8s, 9s, and 10s. Even 7 is fine. It's all fine, but we're looking for 8s, 9s, and 10s here of how willing you are to really, truly just allow discomfort to be there and observe it as it's there and not engage in it again, as if it were a fact. HOW ACCEPTING AM I OF THE UPS AND DOWNS? Number five is, how accepting am I of the ups and downs? Now, we've talked about this, the peaks and the valleys. When you're going through peaks and valleys, how accepting are you of that? Or when they happen, are you like, “No, this shouldn't happen. I don't like it. I don't want it. It's not fair”? I want to validate you. That response is normal and human, but we want to be careful not to stay there too long because when we're there, we're actually not moving forward. We're then often so much more likely to beat ourselves up, put ourselves down, and compare ourselves to other people. What we want to do is just gently accept. I understand. I validate that this is hard and that we may have taken a step back, and I do accept that. I take responsibility for that in the most compassionate way, and I'm still going to stand up and keep moving forward. It's like that song. I may be aging myself here, but they say, “I get knocked down, but I get up again.” He talks about how nothing's going to get him down. This is what recovery is. You get knocked down; you get up again. Maybe it should be your theme song—you get knocked down, you get up again; you get knocked down, you get up again. And that is so brave. I celebrate any of my clients or any of my students when they say, “I got knocked down, but I got back up again.” That is so powerful. So courageous. So resilient. I just have all the words to say. I celebrate anybody who is willing to get knocked down and still get up again. So I hope that you can practice that for yourself. HOW PATIENT AM I WITH THIS PROCESS? Number six is, how patient am I with this process? A lot of these are similar, I know, but patience is actually something I talk with clients about all the time. Often, particularly when they have the fear, “What if I never get better?” it's often because they're struggling to really connect with patience. They're doing the actions. They're engaging in their homework. They're moving forward. The only thing that's getting in the way is they're losing patience with the process. This takes time, guys. Changing your brain takes time. It is a long-term process. Just like any muscle that you're building, whether it be bicep curls, quadriceps, or your brain, it does take time. We do have to practice the mindfulness of being patient, steady, and slow, letting it be a process. I know, I hate it too. No one wants to be patient. It would be so much easier if it just happened fast, and you're probably seeing other people where their successes happen faster than yours. But again, go back to: how willing am I to be uncomfortable? How accepting am I of my ups and downs? How can I be accepting of my own genetic makeup and the way that my brain responds? How patient can I be with myself in this process? AM I ASKING FOR HELP? And then that brings us to tip number seven, which is, are you asking for help? Please, guys, as you navigate recovery and as you navigate the fear that you won't recover, please do not hesitate to ask for help. Ask for support. Ask for resources. We have over 350 episodes here at Your Anxiety Toolkit. They're there to support you, to cheer you on, and to celebrate your wins. There are therapists there who are there to help you and guide you. We have a practice in Calabasas, California, where we help people move towards their values as well. There are clinicians in your area. If you don't live in California, we have a whole range of vaults of online courses, if you're needing more resources or reminders. A lot of the people who take out online courses at CBTSchool.com actually have been through treatment, but taking a course helps remind them of the core concepts. “Ah, yes. I needed to remember that. I forgot about that.” It's okay. The courses are there. You can watch them as many times as you want. They're on demand. Again, you've got unlimited access. They're there to encourage and support you and push you towards the same concepts of moving towards your definition of recovery. They're the seven tips I want you to think about. We are here to encourage and support you as best as we can and give you those strategies and tools. But the big question again is, are you putting them into practice? Please don't listen to this podcast and go on your way. The only right way that this podcast will truly help is if you put the skills, the tips, and the tools into practice. I always say it's a beautiful day to do hard things, and I really believe that. So I hope today has been helpful. We have really gone over what is in your control and what is not in your control. Please focus on the things that are in your control, and I hope you have a wonderful, wonderful day. I'll see you next week.
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My guest this week is David Hedges-Gower. David is a prominent figure in the UK's lawn care industry, known for his expertise and dedication to promoting sustainable lawn care practices. He wrote the book ‘Modern Lawn Care', is the Chairman of The Lawn Association, founded the world's first lawn care qualification and works tirelessly to promote responsible, sustainable lawn care practices that benefit the environment and homeowners. What David has to say on lawns certainly challenged my notions on what lawn care involves, whether they're a sensible option to those concerned about wildlife and the environment and what they can and should be like from a horticultural perspective, so listen on with an open mind… Dr Ian Bedford's Bug of the Week: Horse Chestnut Moth What We Talk About Lawns and their uses Do lawns have to be high maintenance? Ideal grass species for sustainable lawns Do you have to feed a lawn? Can lawns be of use to wildlife? Artificial lawns About David Hedges-Gower David Hedges-Gower is a prominent figure in the UK's lawn care industry, known for his expertise and dedication to promoting sustainable lawn care practices. His background in greenkeeping, including his role as Superintendent at the prestigious Oxfordshire Golf Club, provided him with a strong foundation in turf management. After recognizing the need for better information and knowledge in the lawn care field, David transitioned into lawn care and authored a book titled "Modern Lawn Care" in 2014. This publication served as a valuable resource for those seeking to improve their lawn maintenance practices. In addition to his book, David has been actively involved in educating people about proper lawn care through training days, seminars, and advisory services. He is a trusted source of information, having accumulated 43 years of experience in the field. He often serves as an expert for publications, radio channels, and other advisory bodies, helping to disseminate his knowledge to a wider audience. One of David's notable achievements is founding the world's first lawn care qualification, which caters to both homeowners and professionals. This qualification helps individuals gain a better understanding of modern and sustainable lawn care practices, contributing to the overall improvement of lawn maintenance. David Hedges-Gower is also the Chairman of The Lawn Association, an organization dedicated to promoting the value of living lawns and distinguishing between genuine sustainable lawn care and marketing tactics that claim sustainability without delivering on it. The association collaborates with significant horticultural bodies like English Heritage to educate staff, trainees, and apprentices on sustainable lawn care methods. Recently, David launched the True Garden Range, a groundbreaking product in the form of 2-in-1 fertilizers and soil conditioners made from composted recycled food waste. This product addresses the need for sustainable lawn care options in the retail market, providing a more environmentally friendly choice for gardeners. David's passion lies in making sustainable lawns a priority, countering the practice of franchises that prioritize profits over the health of lawns. He envisions sustainable lawns as not just a feature of our surroundings but a necessity, and he works tirelessly to promote responsible lawn care practices that benefit both the environment and homeowners. Links www.davidhedges-gower.com Modern Lawn Care by David Hedges-Gower www.lawnassociation.org Other episodes if you liked this one: Tapestry Lawns So & Mo Patreon
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I had the great pleasure of speaking with a pair of filmmakers behind a brand new animated movie titled THE INVENTOR. Writer/director Jim Capobianco has previously worked on quite a few animated classics over at Disney such as THE LION KING, THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, A BUG'S LIFE, TOY STORY 2, MONSTERS, INC., FINDING NEMO, WALL-E, and INSIDE OUT. He also earned an Oscar nomination as a co-writer on RATATOUILLE. Producer Robert Rippberger is a co-founder of North Carolina's soon-to-be largest film studio, Ascent Studios, which just wrapped production on an upcoming Frankie Muniz-led thriller, RENNER. THE INVENTOR is now playing in theaters everywhere. Follow Jim Capobianco at www.jimcapobianco.com and on Instagram: @capobianco_jim Follow Robert Rippberger on Instagram: @rrippberger If you love this show, please leave us a review. Go to RateThisPodcast.com/karereviewspodcast and follow the simple instructions. Follow Kare Reviews at www.karereviews.net and on Twitter:@KareReviews Also please visit the newly launched Patreon page:https://www.patreon.com/jeffreykare?fan_landing=true Follow Jeffrey Kare on Twitter:@JeffreyKare If you like what you've heard here, please subscribe to any one of the following places where the Kare Reviews Podcast is available. AnchorAppleGoogleSpotifyBreakerOvercastPocket CastsRadioPublic --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jeffrey-kare/support
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Soru: Günümüzde aile müessesesinin ciddi yaralar almış olması, sahipsiz bir sürü çocuğun da ortada kalmasına ve sokaklara düşmesine sebebiyet verdi. Aile sıcaklığından mahrum kalan ve gayz, kin, nefret duygularıyla beslenen bu çocukların, toplumu huzursuzluğa sürükleyen birer tehdit unsuru haline gelmemesi için bize ne gibi vazifeler düşmektedir? -Bugün aile içerisinde huzursuzluğa sebebiyet veren ve eşleri birbirinden koparan sebeplerin başında özgürlüğün yanlış yorumlanması ve mutlak hürriyet mülahazası gelmektedir. (00.30) -Babası ölene yetim, annesi ölene de öksüz denir; fakat, bugün anne-babası var olduğu halde, onların görüp gözetmesinden ve sevgisinden mahrum kalan o kadar çok çocuk var ki, bunlara dense dense “ebedî yetimler” ya da “derbeder yetimler” denir. (03.35) -Yuva bir toplumun molekülüdür; onun yıkılması toplumun yıkılması demektir. (05.07) -Çoğunlukla sokak çocukları kullanılarak işlenen suçları engellemek için polisiye tedbirler ve zecrî uygulamalar mutlaka faydalıdır; ama bunlar meseleyi muvakkaten defetmeye matuftur. Meselenin temelden halledilebilmesi nesillerin kalb ve kafalarına birer yasakçı koymak, yani onları Allah korkusuyla ve haşre iman duygusuyla doldurmaktır. (06.38) -Sıhhatli bir topluma kavuşabilmek için çocukların mutlaka ahlak dersleriyle yetiştirilmeleri şarttır; bugün güçlü devletler suçları önlemek ve mücrimleri topluma kazandırmak için dinin gücünü de kullanmakta, hapishanelerinde dahi her dinden bilgili insanların gelip mahkumlara ders yapmasına müsaade etmektedirler. (12.53) -Bizim ülkemizde de, birer suç aleti haline gelen zavallı insanların cürümlerine mani olmak ve onları topluma kazandırmak için bir sürü yol ve metod denendi; ne olurdu sanki bir de dinin gücü ve ahlak eğitimi denenseydi! (18.47) -Savaşlarda esir düştükten ya da bir köle olarak satıldıktan sonra samimi mü'minlerin yanında öz evlat gibi yetiştirilen ve akabinde hürriyetine kavuşturulan insanlara İslâm literatüründe “mevâli” denilmiştir. Mevalinin eğitilmesi ve görülüp gözetilmesi hususunda selef-i salihînin ortaya koydukları güzel misaller incelenirse, bugünün sahipsiz çocuklarının yetiştirilmeleri hususunda önemli ipuçları bulunabilir. (22.26)
In the 171st episode of The Main Street Electrical Podcast, Jenn & Dave cap off a busy week with a full recap of the Orlando version of the D23 Expo, this one called Destination D. Jenn is trying to plan her own trip in between her busy schedule, while Dave has finished Bob Thomas' definitive Walt bio, "Walt Disney: An American Original", and then to remember 9/11, Dave shares the story of Disney World on the morning of Sept 11, 2001 - how the parks reacted, meeting with other parks, and Cast Members funneling all the guests out of the parks. Then, they dive right into the D23 headlines and announcements, including Disneyland's new Avengers addition... Ahsoka coming to Star Tours... the possible confusion of Wish (the movie) and Wish (the ship)... Dave proudly announcing (again) that he predicted the new ship's name... DinoLand going extinct... rumors of Encanto and Indiana Jones... Moana's Journey of Water finally opening and thoughts on how people may get around... new fireworks... Plus, a discussion of Country Bear Jamboree changes, Jenn's reaction to Tough to Be a Bug going away, and Dave's take on Magic Kingdom's (non) announcements.
Hey Listener, Gold and yellow hues are the undeniable colors of autumn. In this episode, we discuss one of our favorite yellow-blooming perennial plants–Goldenrod. With its pretty yellow flowers, long blooming seasons, and high wildlife value, What is not to love about these fantastic native plants? Mikaela also counts down her top pick of goldenrod for different gardens (~17:10). Her goldenrod bloom chart can be found here. We also have our: Native Plant of the Month - Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) (~22:45)Bug of the Month – Goldenrod Bunch Gall Midge (~33:35)Garden Tips of the Month (~39:15) If you have any garden-related questions, please email us at UMEGardenPodcast@gmail.com or look us up on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GardenThymePodcas. For more information about University of Maryland Extension and these topics, please check out the UME Home and Garden Information Center and Maryland Grows Blog at https://marylandgrows.umd.edu/. University programs, activities, and facilities are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, religion, protected veteran status, genetic information, personal appearance, or any other legally protected class. The Garden Thyme Podcast is brought to you by the University of Maryland Extension. Hosts are Mikaela Boley- Senior Agent Associate (Talbot County) for Horticulture, Rachel Rhodes- Agent Associate for Horticulture (Queen Anne's County), and Emily Zobel-Senior Agent Associate for Agriculture (Dorchester County). Theme Song: By Jason Inc
0:00 SEG 1 Dan Riba, Diane Pershing, and Kevin Altieri talk about the first time they met Arleen Sorkin, creating Harley Quinn around her voice, not being over her death, deepening friendships during her illness, and passing on love from fans at the cons 24:55 SEG 2 Dan Riba and Kevin Altieri share memories about Arleen Sorkin including ‘Harlequinade', ‘Days of Our Lives', and her friendship with John de Lancie 41:03 SEG 3 Dan Riba and Kevin Altieiri talk about what it's like to direct Batman: The Animated Series and some of the other amazing people from the series we lost Thanks to our sponsors Historic St. Charles, Missouri (https://www.discoverstcharles.com/), Bug's Comics and Games (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100070575531223), Citizen's Debt Relief (https://www.citizensdebtrelief.com/, 877-811-1339), and Marcus Theatres (https://www.marcustheatres.com/) Amazon Affiliate Link - http://bit.ly/geektome Buy Me a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/3Y0D2iaZl Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/GeekToMeRadio Website - http://geektomeradio.com/ Podcast - https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GeekToMeRadio/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/geektomeradio Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/geektomeradio/ Producer - Joseph Vosevich https://twitter.com/Joey_Vee --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jamesenstall/support
In this episode, Tory and Grace discuss their first Mini-Matchup with Pixar's second film A Bug's Life and Dreamworks' first film, Antz.Whatchu Watchin?!Grace - American Horror Story: Apocalypse, Only Murders in the BuildingTory - Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant MayhemdRUNK dISNEY: A Bug's Life & Antz- Drink whenever someone says the main character's name (Flik or Z)- Drink every time someone says “ant”- Drink any time someone says “colony”Please rate, review and subscribe to Disney Versus on iTunes/Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcast. Follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/DisneyVs, @DisneyVs on Twitter and @DisneyVersusPodcast on Instagram.
There's a lot of hype following the big announcements at this year's Destination D23 Event at Walt Disney World. But what many have missed is that several things have changed since last year's big announcements. So what's real, what can be trusted and what's as clear as mud for the future of Walt Disney World?The Big News for Disney Parks from Destination D23 We learned as much from what was said as we did from what was not said. What's Coming to Disney's Magic Kingdom Park Hatbox Ghost will be back at the Haunted Mansion in November, but not in the way you may think. He will appear "wherever and whenever he pleases," implying that you may or may not see him on the ride and likely not in the same place each time. Country Bear Jamboree is changing, this time significantly. An all-new show is coming, complete with a whole new act and new songs. The new show will be modeled after the musical revues of Nashville, featuring some of your favorite country bears singing popular Disney hits in a variety of country music styles, including pop country, bluegrass, rockabilly and more. Disney offered a sneak peak by showing the recording session for Bear Necessities, which will be in the new show. Pirates of the Caribbean is getting new ambiance with the addition of a new tavern near the ride. Remember the Barker Bird who used to chat will guests at the entrance of Pirates of the Caribbean? He will be back and living at the new tavern, chatting it up with guests. Big questions are will this be a reimagining of Tortuga Tavern and will they be selling alcohol? What's Coming to EPCOT We know that Moana's Journey of Water is opening on October 16 (including a new location for the Moana meet and greet), but we now know that all of World Celebration will open in December. Yes, the walls are finally coming down. Bigger news is that Test Track will be undergoing another complete overhaul and update (still with Chevrolet). No dates as to when it will close and for how long, but it is time for a refresh so this is welcome news. Disney promises the new Test Track will include the best elements from the original version along with new updates that point to a future world for vehicles. World Showcase Lagoon will be getting a new nighttime show entitled Luminous: The Symphony of Us. It will debut on December 5. What Will the Future Hold for Walt Disney World Parks? It got interesting here as they teased new information, but in some cases said less than they said last year. Here's what we know. Beyond Big Thunder Mountain at Magic Kingdom still appears to be happening, but they did not mention villains or anything else specifically. It still sounds like a new land with significant size and scale and it will include attractions, restaurants, shows and more. They did say that Dinoland at Disney's Animal Kingdom Park will be reimagined into a new land themed as the tropical Americas (geographically the space between North and South America). This land will land be Encanto themed, which removes Encanto from Beyond Big Thunder, as was hinted at last year. So Encanto Moves from Magic Kingdom to Animal Kingdom. Plus, an Indiana Jones area is likely coming to Animal Kingdom, potentially where Rafiki's Planet Watch is currently located. Finally, It's Tough to be a Bug in the Tree of Life is being reimagined as a Zootopia themed attraction/show. Disney Cruise Line The seventh ship will be called the Disney Adventure. The new island stop in the Bahamas on Eleuthera will be called Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.--Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. If you did, we would be very grateful if you could rate, review and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (or on whichever app you choose to listen). A brief review about what you liked most about an episode truly helps to keep the show going by exposing it to new listeners. We look forward to continue producing new episodes each week.Sharing the podcast with your friends and on social media is also extremely helpful and very much appreciated.Contact 1923 Main StreetThank you for listening to the Disney Travel News Podcast at 1923MainStreet.com. As always, we love to get feedback and questions from our listeners and to hear your suggestions and ideas for future episodes.Please be sure to follow along on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.Thank you for listening and have a magical day!Mike Belobradic and Amelia Belobradic--Media provided by Jamendo
This week, my guest is Andrew Bullock, who runs The Lavender Garden Nursery. Andrew holds the National Collection of Buddlejas and grows a huge range of lavenders and buddlejas from his nursery in The Cotswolds. We talk about how to attract pollinators to your garden, when and how to prune your buddlejas and lavenders, whether buddlejas are invasive, why lavenders are sometimes short-lived and anything else you ever wanted to know about these two plants for pollinators. Dr Ian Bedford's Bug of the Week: Mosquitoes What We Talk About Which is better for bees - buddleja or lavender? The best varieties for bees/butterflies/pollinators in general Night time pollinators How to grow lavender and buddleja When to prune and how much to take off Buddleja - invasive? Causes of short-lived lavender Links The Lavender Garden Contact Andrew on the phone: 01453 860356 or 07837 582943 www.premierpolytunnels.co.uk Other episodes if you liked this one: Pollinators & Pollination Bugs in Your Garden Patreon
2023 için büyüme tahmini düşürüldü, yıl sonu enflasyon tahmini revize edildi. X, Suudi Arabistan'ın insan haklarını ihlal edici davranışlarda bulunmasına yardımcı olmakla suçlanıyor. Bugünün bülteni Anadolubank ile birlikte ulaşıyor. "Okul ihtiyaçlarını çok da büyütmeyin, %2,89 avantajlı faiz oranıyla Dijital İhtiyaç Krediniz burada hazır" diyen Anadolubank'ın 20.000 TL ve 12 ay vadeye kadar dosya masrafsız olarak kullanabileceğiniz Dijital İhtiyaç Kredisi ile ihtiyaçlarınızı hemen karşılayabilirsiniz. Ayrıntılar bültende.
0:00 SEG 1 We give away a box of toys from https://www.kokomotoys.com/ Greg Proops talks about seeing live shows in San Francisco, finding chemistry with his Whose Line castmates, learning the rules of improv so you can break them, doing 100 shows a year, the SAG-AFTRA Strike, his new album ‘French Drug Deal', and improvising during standup and podcasts https://www.whoselive.com/ https://www.gregproops.com/blog/ 15:00 SEG 2 Greg Proops talks about promoting himself with social media, his first IMDB credit in ‘Thanksgiving Day' in 1990, and performing ‘A Nightmare Before Christmas' live at The Hollywood Bowl 30:20 SEG 3 Greg Proops talks about performing for Prince Charles back in the mid nineties 39:29 SEG 4 Greg Proops talks about finding friends of a similar mindset and what from his career he is the most proud of. 47:35 Producer Joey V. gives his ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem' review Thanks to our sponsors Historic St. Charles, Missouri (https://www.discoverstcharles.com/), Bug's Comics and Games (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100070575531223), Citizen's Debt Relief (https://www.citizensdebtrelief.com/, 877-811-1339), and Marcus Theatres (https://www.marcustheatres.com/) Amazon Affiliate Link - http://bit.ly/geektome Buy Me a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/3Y0D2iaZl Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/GeekToMeRadio Website - http://geektomeradio.com/ Podcast - https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GeekToMeRadio/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/geektomeradio Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/geektomeradio/ Producer - Joseph Vosevich https://twitter.com/Joey_Vee --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jamesenstall/support
Each week, Greg and Ben answer your questions on digital marketing for local businesses … local search engine optimization (SEO), Google Business Profile, social media, email marketing, websites, online advertising and more.Updates and QuestionsYou can now edit social media links in GBP.Google adds links to Search Generative Experience .Google shares SGE feedback and expands to Japan and India.Bug with photos for desktop users.How do I add new locations in my GBP?Is Google unverifying practitioner listings?Why can't I add pictures to a Google Post?Why is the chat feature not showing up?How do I have multiple services on multiple location pages?When will Google roll out SGE to the general public?Is adding in information for auto-complete addresses in maps new?Is it an issue to have the same social media links for several different locations on separate GBPs?In the health care field, is it better to set up a listing as a practice or practitioner?How do you optimize secondary categories so that you rank for associated terms for "near me"?If I manage an AdWords account with disapproved ads, can that effect the GBP profiles that I manage with the same email?If a past client/lead contacts you through Local Service Ads and you are charged for it, are you able to dispute it with Google?Will email verification for SABs become more common?How do I access my GBP when it has been suspended for “suspicious activity”?Why does Google not show a positive review?How long does it take for a GBP listing marked as permanently closed to disappear from search results?Where do you add the social links on GBP?Links mentioned in this session are available on our website at https://localmarketinginstitute.com
Evvelki gün öyle olduğu gibi dün de öyle oldu. Hazreti Pir de kendisinden evvelkiler gibi aynı güzergâhtan geçti, aynı zulümlere maruz kaldı. “Şeriat devleti kuracak” demediler mi?!. “Haşhaşi” demediler mi?!. Onu haşa Karmati şeklinde muameleye tabi tutmadılar mı?!. Çağınıza ışık tutan, nurefşan insan, Pir-i Mugan, Şem-i Tâbân… Bugün de onu istismar etmek istiyorlar; kenardan köşeden yalancılıkla sahip çıkıp ona taraftar olanları cephelerine çekmek için uğraşıyorlar. Evet, ona da her şeyi söylediler; otuz sene zindanlarda, sürgünlerde hayatı zehir zemberek haline getirdiler. Size demişler çok mu? “Paralel” demişler, “haşhaşi” demişler, “karmati” demişler… *Allah'la irtibat tamam ise, O'nun, riayeti, hıfzı, emniyet ve güveni altındaysanız, ne derlerse desinler, ne herze yerlerse yesinler; yürüdüğünüz yolda sarsıntı geçirmeden Allah'ın izni ve inayetiyle yürüyeceksiniz. Karıncaya basmayan insanlara “terörist” diyenlerin asıl kendileri o levsiyatın içindedirler!.. *Zaten o uydurukça dedikleri şeylere bütün dünya gülüyor. Karıncaya basmayan adamlara “terörist” diyorlar. Hayatlarında arpa kadar haram yememiş insanlara diyorlar. Yeryüzünde dikili bir taşı olmayanlara diyorlar. Kendileri sultanlar gibi yaşadıkları halde, paryalar gibi yaşayan fakat halinden şikâyet etmeyen insanlara söylüyorlar bunları. Evet, iffetinizi, ismetinizi koruyarak nazarî imanınızı amelî imana çevirmiş iseniz, bütün varlığı, insanlığı bir Mevlana edasıyla şefkatle kucaklayabiliyorsanız ki kucaklıyorsunuz insanlık size her zaman bağrını açacaktır. Ve bu türlü herzegû (lüzumsuz, manasız, saçma sapan konuşan) insanların söyledikleri herzelere de güleceklerdir ve gülüyorlar. Şimdi gizli gizli gülüyorlar, kapalı kapılar arkasında gülüyorlar: “Allah Allah, kime terörist diyorlar!” *Terörist olmayan, hayatını melekler gibi sürdüren insanlara terörist diyenler, asıl kendileri o levsiyât içinde bulunan insanlardır. Bunlar bir gün tarihin sayfalarına simsiyah yazılarla kaderlerinin gereği olarak yazılacaklar. Tarih ve gelecek nesiller onlara diyecek: Sohbeti yalan ve iftira olana, konuşması yalan ve iftira olana, yazısı çizisi yalan ve iftira olana, oturduğu yer itibariyle başkalarına sinyaller göndermek suretiyle başkalarını yalan ve iftiralarla idlal edenlere yuf olsun!.. *Bırakın o şefkat mahrumu, merhamet mahrumu insanlar kendi gayzlarıyla, nefretleriyle, kinleriyle yaşayadursunlar. Onların da o kadar yaşamak hakkı var. Siz şimdiye kadar kendi üslubunuza göre yaşadınız, bundan sonra da üslubunuzu koruyarak yaşamaya bakınız. Mahlûkatı şefkatle kucaklayınız. Bu video 13/09/2015 tarihinde yayınlanan “Fitneler Asrı ve Sulh Çizgisi” isimli bamtelinden alınmıştır. Tamamı burada: https://www.herkul.org/bamteli/bamtel...
Several years ago, Penn Allen inherited a collection of diaries that had been meticulously maintained by her great grandmother. Penn discovered the diaries documented the building of her great grandmother and grandfather's Arts and Crafts house and the development of the garden that followed. She uncovered an untold story of her family, of plant hunting and of rock gardens - one that has significance to the wider world of horticultural history and in fact, goes some way to rewriting it. Dr Ian Bedford's Bug of the Week: Buddleias and Butterfly Tongues What We Talk About What the book is about and why Penn felt it was important to write it How the garden helped heal; through providing a space to contemplate, a space to communicate, a distraction… Alpines and rock gardening Plant hunters Reginald Farrer Will Purdom What became of house and garden About Penn Allen Having spent most of my life in the UK, I moved permanently to the beautiful Lot region in SW France with my husband around fifteen years ago. I have a passion for my garden and the outdoors and can generally be found either striding over a windswept hillside or upside down in my flower beds, always with a Labrador or two by my side. The Lost Garden of Loughrigg is my first story, though hopefully not my last! Links The Lost Gardens of Loughrigg by Penn Allen Tickets to see Penn Allen at the Kendal Mountain Book Festival Twitter @PennAllenwrites Instagram penn.allen www.modicagardens.com
NOT A ONE OF YOU IS PREPARED, because this week's best horror movie ever made is Take Shelter, as chosen by Justin Mancini of Podwork Angels and Cinema Joes! Never been better is the chorus as we diverge into Bug, Melancholia, Kenny who speaks German, the book of Job and more! how many chili dogs are too many? Only you can decide, by listening to this episode now!! ----more---- ----more----PLUS: Check out the BLHHiP Patreon to get early access to episodes, bonus episodes, discord access and more! Recent bonus episodes include an all new Mailbag episode where I answer questions like "who is a better kisser, Freddy or Jason?", a spotlight on Session 9 with Eric Peacock from Soundtracker, the live Legal Thriller at Philadelphia Fan Expo, Jon Mackey returning for a Choose Your Own Adventure episode through Moon Quest, and a crossover with 2 Old Queens to discuss The Gayest Horror Movie Ever Made... according to our guest, at least!
It's early morning when we're recording, but the sounds are far from appropriate to a sleepy English Summer morning, going positively abrasive with the latest nastiness from The Bug. We also have the awaited return of Max Tundra, something off the wall from Galen Tipton, stunning percussive goodness from CZN and a lot more. You can listen to the first six tracks for free. To listen to the full episode, get a huge back catalogue of music, and access to our live shows and Discord group, please join our Patreon: patreon.com/independentmusicpodcast. The podcast only survives with Patron support TracklistingAryaxz – ƈ0 ռ ռ 3 ƈ ȶ ɨ 0ռ (Childsplay, UK)Natalia Beylis – Afloat in Fog and Feathers (Touch Sensitive, UK)The Bug – Drop(Machine Sex) (Pressure, Belgium)Max Tundra – This Woman's Work (Domino Recording Co, UK)Galen Tipton – Ghost Fly Parade (self-release, USA)Sally Anne Morgan – Awake (Thrill Jockey, USA)Jun Kamoda – difference, overlay – 異 な り と 重 な り (Jun Records, Japan)Timothy Werewolf – Habberjinkies (Milcatan Flux, UK)CZN – Year Of the Rat (The Trilogy Tapes, UK)Trupa Trupa – Thrill (Glitterbeat, Germany) This week's episode is sponsored by the state51 Conspiracy, an independent music house. Go to state51.com to find out more about everything they do: state51 Factory sessions and events; hand-made Atelier products; a diverse roster of Label releases; Greedbag stores, pop-up and fanzine, and the Collective of distribution partner labels and artists Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston
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Günaydın. A Millî Kadın Voleybol Takımı, 2023 CEV Avrupa Şampiyonası finalinde Sırbistan'ı 3-2 mağlup ederek Avrupa Şampiyonu oldu. Bugün Erdoğan ve Putin'in bir araya gelmesi bekleniyor. Bu bölüm Levi's hakkında reklam içermektedir. Boran Kuzum'un küçüklüğünden bugüne Levi's® ile geçen anılarından ve giydiği en güzel hikâyelerden ilhamını alan özel parçaları bu bağlantıdan keşfedebilirsiniz.
Günaydın. Kamu Görevlileri Hakem Kurulu, memur maaşları ile memur emeklisi aylıkları için verdiği kararda hükümetin teklifini onayladı. TÜRK-İŞ'e göre açlık sınırı 12 bin lira, yoksulluk sınırı ise 40 bin lira oldu. Bugünün bülteni Thermomix ile birlikte ulaşıyor. Yemek deneyimini geliştirmek ve mutfağınızı daha üretken hâle getirmek için 1971'den bu yana en yeni teknolojilerle donatılan Thermomix®, mutfakların tek kişilik devre kadro ürünü Thermomix® TM6'yı sunar. Ücretsiz deneyim talebinde bulunabileceğiniz ürünle ilgili ayrıntılar bültende.
0:00 SEG 1 Brian Box Brown on his book ‘The He-Man Effect How American Toymakers Sold You Your Childhood' https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250261403/thehemaneffect 18:14 SEG 2 Brian Box Brown pt 2 26:51 SEG 3 Brian Box Brown pt 3 35:45 SEG 4 Louise Simonson is a comic writer and editor best known for co-creating Cable, Doomsday, and Apocalypse. Thanks to our sponsors Historic St. Charles, Missouri (https://www.discoverstcharles.com/), Bug's Comics and Games (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100070575531223), Citizen's Debt Relief (https://www.citizensdebtrelief.com/), and Marcus Theatres (https://www.marcustheatres.com/) Amazon Affiliate Link - http://bit.ly/geektome Buy Me a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/3Y0D2iaZl Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/GeekToMeRadio Website - http://geektomeradio.com/ Podcast - https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GeekToMeRadio/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/geektomeradio Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/geektomeradio/ Producer - Joseph Vosevich https://twitter.com/Joey_Vee --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jamesenstall/support
Ήταν μία προσωπική διαμάχη που προκάλεσε έναν στουντιακό πόλεμο, με κάποια από τα πιο υπερσύγχρονα οικονομικά όπλα που δεν είχαμε ξαναδεί ως τότε: τα ]μυρμήγκια κινούμενων σχεδίων. Κοιτάξτε, το 1998 ήταν μία άλλη εποχή.Εικοσιπέντε χρόνια αργότερα, η σκληρή μάχη μεταξύ του A Bug's Life από την Pixar και του Antz από τη Dreamworks, δύο εντυπωσιακά παρόμοιες ταινίες για μυρμήγκια που αψηφούν τον κίνδυνο για να σώσουν τις αποικίες τους, μοιάζει ξεχασμένη. Τότε όμως τα στούντιο παραγωγής τους βρίσκονταν σε έναν πόλεμο εγωισμών που οδήγησε τελικά τις ταινίες στο να κυκλοφορήσουν με μόλις 49 ημέρες διαφορά. Άξιζε;Το POP για τις Δύσκολες Ώρες συνεχίζει το VERSUS καλοκαιρινό του αφιέρωμα για παρόμοιες ταινίες που έδωσαν τη μάχη τους στο σινεμά την ίδια χρονιά, και αυτή τη φορά θυμόμαστε το Antz vs. A Bug's Life σκηνικό που προκάλεσε (ακόμα μεγαλύτερη) ρήξη μεταξύ της Pixar και της Dreamworks.Πώς γεννήθηκε η αρχική ιδέα, τι έγινε στο διάσημο lunch της Pixar, τι κόντρα είχε το μεγάλο κεφάλι της Dreamworks με την Pixar, και ποιο τηλεφώνημα λέει ο θρύλος πως έκανε τα πάντα ακόμα χειρότερα στις σχέσεις των δύο εταιρειών; Κοιτάμε επίσης πίσω στην έμφαση που έδινε η Dreamworks στα all-star καστ της, στον δρόμο που χάραζε η Pixar μετά το Toy Story, και στο πόσο, πόσο συντριπτικά άσχημο είναι το CGI των δύο ταινιών. Και τελικά, πόσα εκατομμύρια κοστίζει ο ανδρικός εγωισμός;Αυτά και πολλά περισσότερα στο VERSUS του POP για τις Δύσκολες Ώρες αυτής της εβδομάδας!
Today on ScaryCrit, we're getting lower than low, crittin' the 2014 found-footage horror gem As Above, So Below. Quite an underrated entry in the genre, drop down with us as we chat about the film's not quite on-the-nose take on Dante's Inferno, the first act's noteworthy genre shift/blend, the film's take on what hell is and how this personally affected each of the characters. Remember, once you're in hell, the only way out is down. So pray, repent, press play and dive on in! Sign Up for our NewsletterFind Us Onlinewww.scarycritpodcast.comTwitter @ScaryCritPodInstagram @ScaryCritPodTimestamps00:16:06 - Negronomicon00:27:51 - Crit01:48:24 - Final CurlsGems from E94Barbie (2023)Game of Thrones: The Last Watch (2019)Game of Thrones (2011)Artist Unknown (2023)Oppenheimer (2023)Blue Beetle (2023)The Nun II (2023) (Teaser)Bottoms (2023)Superbad (2007)Fight Club (1994)Dune: Part 2 (2024)Dune (2022)The Hunger Games (2012)A Bug's Life (1998)As Above, So Below (2014)Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)The Da Vinci Code (2006)The Mummy (1999)The Princess Bride (1987)The Cave (2005)The Descent (2005)A Haunting in Venice (2023)Inferno (Dante) (from Divine Comedy) (Dante Alighieri, 1321, Print)Devil (2010)Quarantine (2008)The Poughkeepsie Tapes (2007)Interstellar (2014)American Horror Story: Coven (2013)National Treasure (2004)Thief: Deadly Shadows (2004, video game)Us (2019)The Powerpuff Girls (1998)The Night Eats the World (2018)Trolls: Band Together (2023)PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie (2023)Support the show
A listener trying to handle sudden changes in their relationship; and someone finding it hard to communicate...Transcript available at www.monstrousagonies.co.uk/post/episode-one-hundred-and-tenThis episode's letter was submitted by Darla and this week's advert came from Bug. Submissions are now closed.Episode One Hundred and Ten features the voices of Dom Guilfoyle and Elizabeth Plant with Sophie B. as the Understudy.Dom Guilfoyle is the creator of The Mistholme Museum of Mystery, Morbidity and Mortality, a fiction podcast that takes its listeners on a guided tour of a truly unique museum. Follow them on Twitter @MistholmePod or on Tumblr @the-mistholme-museum. They are also the creator of Tales from the Low City, an anthology podcast about the inhabitant of strange underground city. Follow them on Twitter @TheLowCity or on Tumblr @tales-from-the-low-city.Elizabeth Plant a game designer, voice actress, writer and audio engineer. See more of her work at her website, at www.elizabethplant.com, and find her on Twitter @CelestielleVA.Sophie B. is an artist and illustrator. Find them on Instagram @trashlordbarbie and Twitter, also @trashlordbarbie.Episode One Hundred and Ten also features the voices of Monstrous Agonies listeners as Station. Thanks to everyone who contributed.If you'd like to support the show, you can sign up for a monthly pledge at patreon.com/monstrousagonies, or make a one-off donation at ko-fi.com/hrowen. You can also help us grow our audience by sharing with your friends and familiars, and following us on Tumblr, @MonstrousAgonies and on Twitter @Monstrous_Pod.The inbox is now open for questions for the end of season Q&A. Send them in via DM on either Twitter or Tumblr, via email, or through our website at www.monstrousagonies.co.uk/contact. Please include your pronouns with your question.----Written by H.R. Owen and performed by Dom Guilfoyle, Elizabeth Plant, Sophie B. and the listeners of Monstrous AgoniesTheme tune: Dakota by Unheard Music Concepts. Check out their music at www.unheardmusicconcepts.comFeaturing sound effects from gecop, ERH, alexkandrell, gneube, Walter_Odington, GeorgeHopkins, bbrocer, masgame, and devilqube all accessed through www.freesound.orgAdditional sound by H.R. Owen Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode of ATPT, we are joined by Chris, a Pokemon Trainer from Chicago, Illinois and one-half of the GOCast podcastChris shares his love for hatching eggs. He also shares his fascination with Bug-type Pokémon and enjoyment for the Johto games, particularly Pokemon Crystal.Venture into the origins of the GOCast podcast as Chris shares his passion for podcasts and his prior experience before GOCast. He also shares his story of how he met his co-host Kyle at Starbucks as they together embarked on a creative journey to share their love for Pokémon with the world, resulting in an engaging and entertaining podcast called GOCast, that captures the essence of the Pokémon experience.Trainer's Eye is a series where the stories are real and people still play this game. From PVP to Shiny Hunting, each person's Pokemon GO journey is unique and we dive into each journey here on As The Pokeball Turns!SourcesOpening Song: "Forget You" by Alex_MakeMusic from Pixabay"Opening (Pokemon Red & Blue Remix)" by Mewmore"Cloudy" by KODOMOiConnect with GOCast: Website | TwitterSupport the showConnect with David Hernandez: Twitter | Instagram | Youtube | Linktree E-mail Me: email@example.com
"GÜN ZAFER GÜNÜDÜR!" 30 Ağustos Zafer Bayramı Kutlu Olsun! Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK savaştan 2 yıl sonra Dumlupınar'ı ziyaret etti. 1924 yılı 30 Ağustos günü, Dumlupınar'da bir buçuk saat süren, çok duygulu bir konuşma yaptı.Metin Aydoğan bu söylevi analiz etmiş ve özetlemiştir. Derki: “Atatürk'ün Başkomutanlık Savaşı'nın geçtiği alanda söylediği sözler, yalnızca savaşa ait duyguların dile getirilmesi değil, onunla birlikte tarihe aktarılan kalıcı bir belgedir. Bu söylevle, Türk ulusuna ve gelecek kuşaklara olduğu kadar, dünyanın ezilen uluslarına seslenmiş, onları “dünyanın despotlarına” karşı bağımsızlık ve özgürlük savaşına çağırmıştır.”Bugün Metin Aydoğan'ı hasretle yâd ederken Atatürk'ün 1924 30 Ağustos söylevini onun özetinden size aktarmak istedim. Dinleyin:https://youtu.be/nIYfkXDBRZE
Picolé De Limão é um quadro do canal Não Inviabilize. Aqui você ouve as suas histórias misturadas às minhas! Use a hashtag #Bug e comente a história no nosso grupo do telegram: https://t.me/naoinviabilize PUBLICIDADE CHÁS LEÃO Chás Leão é bom pra quê? É bom para ter equilíbrio na correria do dia a dia! Precisando de uma pausa para se reconectar? Chás Leão é bom para o seu momento. Link: https://cokeurl.com/NaoInviabilize Envie a sua história bem detalhada para firstname.lastname@example.org, seu anonimato será mantido, todos os nomes, profissões e locais são trocados para preservar a sua identidade. Site: naoinviabilize.com.br FORTALEÇA O NOSSO TRABALHO, ASSINE E RECEBA EPISÓDIOS INÉDITOS E QUADROS EXCLUSIVOS: naoinviabilize.com.br/assine Transcrição dos episódios: naoinviabilize.com.br/episodios Histórias em Libras no Youtube: youtube.com/naoinviabilize Instagram: instagram.com/naoinviabilize TikTok: tiktok.com/@naoinviabilize Twitter: twitter.com/naoinviabilize Facebook: facebook.com/naoinviabilize Edição de áudios: Depois O Leo Corta Multimídia Vinhetas: Pipoca Sound Voz da vinheta: Priscila Armani
Şefkat abidelerine sükunet, temkin ve teyakkuzun temsilcisi olmak düşüyor!.. *Böyle bir dönemde sükûnet, sekîne, temkin ve teyakkuzun temsilcisi olan insanlara, çok ağır başlı ve okkalı düşünceli olmak düşüyor. Tedbir ve temkin bütünüyle onlara düşüyor. Fitne tsunamileri ve fesat seylapları karşısında göğsünü gerecek, onları önlemeye çalışacak akl-ı selîm, kalb-i selîm, hiss-i selîm, ruh-u selîm sahibi insanlara.. mülahaza ve beyanları selim insanlara.. vurulduğu, dövüldüğü anda bile el kaldırmayacak ve karıncaya dahi basmayacak kadar şefkat abidelerine… Belki böyle davrananlar dünya cihetiyle kaybedebilirler fakat öbür tarafta Sahabe efendilerimizle ve Enbiyâ-ı izamla haşrolurlar. Allah onlarla haşreylesin!.. “Osmanlı” derken, hatta Kelime-i Tevhid ile gürlerken, ahireti kaybediyorlar!.. *Dünyevî kaybetme önemli değildir; asıl musibet, ahireti kaybetmektir. Bazıları daha şimdiden ahireti kaybetmiş gibi görünüyorlar. İnsan öldürmekle, öldürme ortamı hazırlamakla, öldürmeye zemin hazırlamakla bir şeyler elde etme peşinde koşuyorlar. Genel atmosferi kendi istikballerini garanti altına alma adına kullanıyorlar. Dolayısıyla ahireti kaybediyorlar. Kimileri mabette ahireti kaybediyorlar.. bazıları Allah karşısında yer yer el pençe divan da duruyor ama namaz kılarken ahireti kaybediyorlar.. “Lâ ilâhe illallah” derken ahireti kaybediyorlar.. “Muhammedun Rasûlullah” derken ahireti kaybediyorlar.. “Sahabe” derken ahireti kaybediyorlar.. “Osmanlı” derken ahireti kaybediyorlar!.. *Fakat unutmayın, ahireti kaybetmekle kalmayacaklar!.. Allah âdil-i mutlaktır! Küfür devam eder, mahkeme-i kübraya, ma'dele-i ulyâya kalır ama zalim cezasını dünyada bulur. Çok yakın bir gelecekte kaderin şiddetli tokatlarıyla derbeder olup gidecekler!.. *Bugün bu zulüm tablolarını hazırlayanlar, insanları birbirlerine karşı zulme sevk edenler, birbirine musallat edenler; kanda, irinde, gözyaşında kendi istikballerini imar etmeye çalışanlar… Bu mimar bozuntularının çok yakın bir gelecekte derbeder olup gittiklerini, kaderin şiddetli tokatlarıyla onlara “yeter artık!” dendiğini göreceksiniz. Entelektüel buna “yeter” demedi; birkaç tane elit bunlara “yeter” demedi; kendi içlerinden inanan gibi görünen bazı kimseler de “Bu kadarı fazla!” demedi. Onlar demedikleri için, dediği hora geçen ve mutlaka olan “Kün fekân” Sultanı dediği zaman zîr ü zeber olacaklarında tereddüdünüz olmasın. *Fakat o zaman da şu anda içinizde yaşattığınız o şefkat duygusuyla belki onlara acıyacaksınız, ızdırap duyacaksınız; “Keşke” diyeceksiniz “vaktinde iyiyi, güzeli, doğruyu keşfetselerdi; doğru yolda kaybedenlerden olmasalardı; sırât-ı müstakimde trafik kazası yapmasalardı; sırât-ı müstakimde şeytanın oyuncağı haline gelmeselerdi.” Fırtınaya maruz kalmış ağaçlar gibi yıkılıp gittiklerinde onlar için üzülen yine siz olacaksınız!..
0:00 - Amy & Mike take reaction to former President Trump's booking/mugshot in Fulton Co 20:00 - Have you bought your mugshot T-Shirt yet? 36:43 - Brandon “Bug” Hall, actor turned midwestern farmer, best known for his role as Alfalfa Switzer in “The Little Rascals” movie, discusses his struggles with abuse growing up on Hollywood movie sets. Bug will be speaking this Saturday at the No Turning Back Sound of Freedom screening with Bug Hall – 10:30 am Hollywood Blvd Cinema, 1001 75th St, Woodridge, IL, 56:60 - Scott “the cow guy” Shellady, Markets Specialist for Market Day Report!, prepares for this morning's big speech from Fed Chair Jerome Powell. Check out Scott's Market Day Report! 10:30am CT to 1pm CT- and The Cow Guy Close – 1pm CT to 1:30pm CT – both at RFD-TV 01:13:37 - Senior fellow at the Discovery Institute's Center on Human Exceptionalism, Wesley J Smith: Child Psychiatric Association Refuses to Hear Scientific Evidence Critical of ‘Gender Affirming Care' Follow Mr. Smith on X @theWesleyJSmith 01:28:02 - New York Post Columnist and Fox News Contributor, Michael Goodwin, on Trump's legal issues and The risks and rewards of taking down the ‘big guy' Joe Biden 01:44:06 - OPEN MIC FRIDAY!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy last month of summer everyone! We're covering 2006's BUG, directed by the late yet truly missed William Friedkin and written by Tracy Letts, the author of the play of the same name. Plus, bed bug paranoia is real, Elle finishes their AFI Top 100 Films list (finally!), and Kate curses HBO for canceling Perry Mason but gets a day off from school because of the heat (that's climate change baby). You can follow the podcast on Twitter at @HorrorTimePod and the hosts at @dykemadden and @ellemdesigns! If you like what we do, you can rate, review, and subscribe to us on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to your favorites. Contact us at email@example.com for any comments, questions, or movies you would like for us to cover!
Günaydın. BRICS ülkeleri, genişleme kararı aldı. Hindistan, Ay'a yumuşak iniş gerçekleştiren 4'üncü ve Ay'ın güney kutbuna inen ilk ülke oldu. Memur ve memur emeklilerine zam müzakereleri uzlaşmazlıkla sona erdi. Bugünün bülteni Paribu ile birlikte ulaşıyor.Bu bölüm Paribu hakkında reklam içermektedir. Paribu, taraftar token'ı Türkiye'de ilk listeleyen ve bu kategoride yüksek işlem hacmine sahip kripto para işlem platformu.