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Bernie and Sid
Lester Chang: Congressman | 01-27-23

Bernie and Sid

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 11:48


The congressman of New York's 49th congressional district Lester Chang joins Sid and Andrew to talk about the attempt to push him out of his seat in congress, anti-Asian crime in Brooklyn, and some of the issues in Eric Adams' State of the City speech. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

AZIMUT
{REDIFFUSION} L'évolution de l'alternance | CE QUI A CHANGÉ EN UNE GÉNÉRATION

AZIMUT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 3:34


Cet épisode fait partie du thème [Ce qui a changé en une génération] et [L'alternance] . Dans cet épisode, nous abordons l'évolution de l'alternance depuis sa création. L'alternance est le cursus qui fait de l'étudiant un salarié d'entreprise tout en lui permettant de poursuivre ses études. Apprentissage, contrat de professionnalisation, formule alternée… il existe plusieurs dispositifs qui proposent l'alternance dans le supérieur. Comme son nom l'indique, il s'agit dans tous les cas de faire alterner les cours en classe et la pratique dans le monde professionnel. C'est donc aujourd'hui les BTS, les BUT, les bachelors, les licences professionnelles, les diplômes d'ingénieurs, les masters etc. qui proposent des formations en alternance. Depuis le milieu des années 90, les chiffres de l'alternance n'ont fait qu'augmenter. Retrouvez d'autres épisodes sur le thème [Ce qui a changé en une génération] et [L'alternance] sur AZIMUT, le podcast de l'orientation.

Satellite Sisters
Julie's Chile Travel Report, Autonomous Vehicles in Santa Monica, Violence on Lunar New Year

Satellite Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 63:58


Julie's travel report from Chile, Liz on living in an autonomous vehicles testing zone, Lian's thoughts on the nearby Lunar New Year violence in Monterey Park. Julie has a complete report on her hiking trip to the Lake District of Chile: Volcanoes, Monkey Puzzle Trees, Sauerkraut, Exploding Rats! https://www.backroads.com/trips/WCII/chile-walking-hiking-tour Lian's next trip to Latin America? https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/jess-stone-german-shepherd-dog-motorcycle/index.html Is Liz being stalked by unpiloted vehicles? First Coco now Waymo.  https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2022-03-17/california-autonomous-sidewalk-food-delivery-robots-coco-starship-kiwibot https://waymo.com/waymo-driver/ Entertaining Sisters:  Liz likes Everything Everywhere All At Once, but The Fabelmans not so much. DGA Podcast with Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert: https://soundcloud.com/thedirectorscut/everything-everywhere-all-at-once-w-dan-kwan-daniel-scheinert-and-destin-daniel-cretton-ep-354?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing The young guns of tennis, both men + women, are featured in Break Point on Netflix.  Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seSCvuejudM https://www.cnn.com/2023/01/22/tennis/netflix-curse-break-point-spt-intl/index.html Meanwhile, the old fogeys are turning to million dollar pickleball! McEnroe, Agassi, Chang & Roddick.  https://www.pickleballuniversity.com/home/tennis-stars-compete-for-1000000-purse-in-pickleball-tournament   Thank you to our sponsors and to listeners for using these special links and urls: Prose https://prose.com/sisters Butcher Box https://butcherbox.com/sisters Use code sisters at checkout Sign up for our weekly newsletter PEP TALK here: https://conta.cc/2OxTnog Go to the Satellite Sisters website here: https://satellitesisters.com SHOP the Satellite Sisters Shop here: https://www.cafepress.com/satellitesi... Subscribe to the Satellite Sisters YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVkl... JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: -  Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SatelliteSis... Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/satel... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/satsisters/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SatSisters -  Email: hello@satellitesisters.com Lian Dolan on Instagram @liandolan: https://www.instagram.com/liandolan/ Liz Dolan on Instagram @satellitesisterliz: https://www.instagram.com/satellitesi... Julie Dolan on @Instagram @julieoldesisters https://www.instagram.com/julieoldestsister/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Greendale Human Podcasters
Season 4 Recap

Greendale Human Podcasters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 92:52


 Join Jack, Matt and Brad on our Final Episode of Season 4!This week we take a look back at Season 4 and discuss the key talking points of the season and look over all the highs and lows.Make sure to follow us on all our socials,@GdaleHumanPod on both Twitter and Instagram and now TikTok!And Greendale Human Podcasters on Facebook.

Timelines Talks
Death Before Dishonor #3

Timelines Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 120:24


At long last we return to our honor bound warriors as they continue their quests at Chang's behest! ---- Join The Discord: https://bit.ly/trek_time Follow Us On Twitch: https://twitch.tv/TrekTime Subscribe To Our Podcast: https://anchor.fm/s/256197a0/podcast/rss Follow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrekTime_ ----

Good Faith
David French and Curtis Chang Answer Listener Mail

Good Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 72:23


Show Notes:A New Chapter in Millennial Church Attendance: “Patterns of attendance among younger generations can be especially important—and perplexing—for pastors to understand, in their own church and at large. Barna Group has studied the intersection of faith and culture for nearly four decades, with an emphasis on generational trends. This article explores recent data to help church leaders ground themselves in the present reality of church attendance across generations—especially Millennials—in 2022.”The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated Americaby Richard Rothstein: “Richard Rothstein argues with exacting precision and fascinating insight how segregation in America—the incessant kind that continues to dog our major cities and has contributed to so much recent social strife—is the byproduct of explicit government policies at the local, state, and federal levels.”The Technological Society by Jacques Ellul: “Ellul offers a penetrating analysis of our technological civilization, showing how technology—which began innocuously enough as a servant of humankind—threatens to overthrow humanity itself in its ongoing creation of an environment that meets its own ends.”Nancy French's entertainment suggestion tweet thread: “In the French house, David and I love to watch series. Frequently, people ask what good shows we've watched, so I thought I'd start a list (and I'll keep adding to it) of some of the binge-worthy TV we've enjoyed.”Fasting: The Ancient Practices by Scot McKnight: “Christianity has traditionally been at odds with the human body. At times in the history of the church, Christians have viewed the body and physical desires as the enemy. Now, Scot McKnight, best-selling author of The Jesus Creed , reconnects the spiritual and the physical in the ancient discipline of fasting.”

The Strength Connection
#137 - Andrea U-Shi Chang: Instructor's Toolbox

The Strength Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 61:19


In the 137th episode of The Strength Connection Podcast, Mike and our special guest, Strong First Master Instructor and Owner of Kettlebility, Andrea U-Shi Chang will talk about the first kettlebell certification in Hawaii, benefits of lack of a fitness background, suggestions for new coaches, Instructor's Toolbox, and more.Join us in this insightful and captivating talk! In this chapter, you will discover:(0:55) Introducing our special guest  Strong First Master Instructor and Owner of Kettlebility, Andrea U-Shi Chang @andreaushichang(2:50) Andrea's origin story(2:55) Being a highschool athlete(3:10) Working in real estate(3:25) Getting into kettlebell(3:30) Gaining weight(4:15) What happened to the athlete?(4:40) Getting help from an old friend(5:05) Power To The People by Pavel Tsatsouline @strongfirsthttps://www.amazon.com/Power-People-Strength-Training-American/dp/0938045199 (5:10) Ineffective training sessions(6:00) Andrea's insane transformation(6:40) A birthday present to herself(7:00) Shout out to Brett Jones @brettjonessfg(7:45) Staring coaching(8:35) Getting location for the gym(9:10) Difference in the systems(10:15) Introduction to kettlebells(11:50) Building a community(14:10) First kettlebell certification in Hawaii(14:30) Shout out to Zaine Salerno @bms_strengthtraining(17:15) “I didn't realize I didn't feel good until I started to actually feel good.” - Michael Kurkowski @mike_strengt h_connection(18:20) “Anyone who is in their 20s, if they start training with strong first principles, it is going to carry over for your whole life.” - Andrea U-Shi Chang @andreaushichang(19:00) Andrea's experience with building a business(19:20) Organic growth(21:00) Shout out to Pavel Tsatsouline @strongfirst(21:15) Benefits of lack of a fitness background(22:15) Shout out to Chris Abbott Linkedin: Chris Abbott(23:00) “If you get really good at getting results for people in there, nobody's leaving you.” - Michael Kurkowski @mike_strength_connection(23:40) “Get good at working with people.” - Andrea U-Shi Chang @andreaushichang(23:40) Assessing success(24:35) “It's not about chasing certs.” - Andrea U-Shi Chang @andreaushichang(26:45) “It's hard to train experience.” - Michael Kurkowski @mike_strength_connection(27:00) Suggestions for new coaches(29:00) Referral provider system(30:15) Why does Mike like the FMS system?(32:15) Importance of being a forever student(33:10) What's the most important thing for coaches?(34:15) Why is hard style difficult?(34:40) Save and effective!(36:10) Shout out to Os Aponte @ironcoreway(37:20) “Make it enjoyable.” - Michael Kurkowski @mike_strength_connection(38:30) Shout out to Zar Horton @zarhorton_kbx(39:30) Learn!(40:20) Things that you can't online(42:20) Cool things about Strong First certifications(43:40) Shout out to Karen Smith @_coach_karen_(44:15) More tips for young coaches(45:20) Shout out to Vic Verdier @vicverdiercoaching(45:50) Instructor's Toolbox(46:35) The lost teachings(54:10) Mike's experience with SFL(55:20) Instructor's Toolbox workshop with Andrea U-Shi Chang @andreaushichang and Brett Jones @brettjonessfgWhere to find Andrea U-Shi Chang? @andreaushichang

Clinically Pressed
Research Review: Water Immersion to Augment Cardio Workouts

Clinically Pressed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 5:24


Doing cardio can be a challenge both physically and in terms of the time it takes to commit to it. Could it be possible to augment your cardio workout with either cold or hot water immersion and still get the benefits of that cardio session? AJ takes a look at that in this research review where the researchers did a proof of concept study to see if there was any impact with using either type of water immersion. The results are very interesting. Russell, B. M., Chang, C. R., Hill, T., Cotter, J. D., & Francois, M. E. (2021). Post-exercise warm or cold water immersion to augment the cardiometabolic benefits of exercise training: A proof of concept trial. Frontiers of Physiology, 12. 1-10. LINK: https://youtu.be/H0oHC3h4lCs #complicatedsimple #progressive #openminded #PBE #EBP #noagenda #performance #training #nutrition #health #wellness #athlete #athletictraining #science #chiropractic #rehab #prevention #clinicallypressed #phd --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/clinicallypressed/support

The Three Bells
S3:E1 The distinctive contribution of architecture – Vincent Chang in conversation with Adrian Ellis

The Three Bells

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 33:49


Summary:  In this episode, our host Adrian Ellis speaks with Vincent Chang, Deputy Chairman and Partner at Grimshaw Architects. Together, they explore the distinctive contribution of architecture. Having been with Grimshaw for over 20 years, Vincent also talks about his role managing the practice, and how vital it is for all to share a strong commitment to process – emphasizing the importance of understanding projects more holistically, as well as the butterfly effect that can happen by investing time and capital on initial concepts.  Later in the episode, Vincent shares how to create successful future developments by revisiting and observing past projects over multiple periods of time. He recognizes that architects contribute not only to the technical integration of assets but must also prioritize generating an emotional response and one's relationship with a space. Vincent talks about the importance of movement modeling when designing a space, which allow architects to understand intended paths of travel as well as ensure an adequate level of service with relation to people moving throughout an area. He states that spaces should have intuitive movement, while also allowing users to pause and observe their surroundings. Adrian and Vincent conclude the episode by speaking about the architectural legacy of the pandemic.  References: Penn Station Expansion – A commuter-first plan to transform Penn Station into a first-class transit hub that better serves passengers with more space, new retail and amenities, and improved accessibility options. Google Development in San Jose – Google's 80-acre Downtown West project, first proposed in 2019. Urban Design Forum – the Urban Design Forum convenes civic leaders to confront the defining issues in New York City's built environment. Fulton Center – a subway and retail complex centered at the intersection of Fulton Street and Broadway in Lower Manhattan, New York City. Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science – a leading science museum dedicated to sharing the power of science, sparking wonder and investigation, and fueling innovation for the future.  Bio:Vincent Chang is Grimshaw's Deputy Chairman and Partner. He has been with Grimshaw since 1996 and has played an instrumental role in the expansion of the practice while maintaining a commitment to the quality, rigor and reputation for excellence that Grimshaw is known for. He established the firm's New York office in 2001 and was instrumental in securing the AIA New York Chapter's Medal of Honor Award in 2015 (the Chapter's highest honor that is conferred on an architect, or firm of architects, to recognize distinguished work and high professional standing). Vincent is a graduate of Cambridge University and is a registered member of both the Royal Institute of British Architects and the American Institute of Architects, and Living Future Accredited by the International Living Future Institute.

The Ticket Top 10
The Hang Zone- Kempspin on Siamese twins Chang & Eng Bunker

The Ticket Top 10

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 7:31


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The San Francisco Experience
Spare: Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex. Talking with Shaun Chang of the Hill Place Movie and TV blog.

The San Francisco Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 34:11


Prince Harry's memoir is a combination of a car crash interview and a settling of scores to let his father, brother and step mother know what he really thinks of them. All 410 pages of it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-herlihy/message

Book Club for Masochists: a Readers’ Advisory Podcast
Episode 167 (version 2) - 2023 Reading Goals & 2022 Reading Report

Book Club for Masochists: a Readers’ Advisory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 50:19


(Hello! This is a re-upload. The first version had a syncing error that snuck in at the very end of the editing process. We've re-exported it and this version sounds much better!) This episode we're talking about our 2023 Reading Goals! We discuss intentions, resolutions, anti-resolutions, and give a report on how well we fulfilled our reading goals last year. You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it through Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or your favourite podcast delivery system. In this episode Anna Ferri | Meghan Whyte | Matthew Murray | RJ Edwards 2022: Year of Book Two Episode 142 - Sequels and 2022: The Year of Book Two 2023 Resolutions   Matthew: Read more non-fiction Meghan: Quit trying to read fiction when she doesn't feel like it Read more of what she owns (borrow less from the library) Anna: Read more graphic novels Take pictures of favorite reads Jam:  Theme for the year: Intention Return to tracking picture book reading Media We Mentioned Aurora Rising by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff, narrated by Kim Mai Guest, Johnathan McClain, Candice Moll, Lincoln Hoppe, Donnabella Mortel, Jonathan Todd Ross, Erin Spencer & Steve West Illuminae Files (books 1-3) by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir, narrated by Moira Quirk Steven Erikson Witch Hat Atelier, Vol 1 by Kamome Shirahama, translated by Stephen Kohler Delicious in Dungeon, Vol 1 by Ryoko Kui, translated by Sébastien Ludmann  Links, Articles, and Things Which Pokemon are the Most Goth? Matthew reviews his manga reading from 2022 on Twitter List of One Piece manga volumes - Wikipedia 25 Dystopian Fiction books by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Colour) Authors Every month Book Club for Masochists: A Readers' Advisory Podcasts chooses a genre at random and we read and discuss books from that genre. We also put together book lists for each episode/genre that feature works by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Colour) authors to help our listeners diversify their readers' advisory. All of the lists can be found here. Leila by Prayaag Akbar Killer of Enemies by Joseph Bruchac Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler Caster by Elsie Chapman The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline Future Home of the Living God by Louise Erdrich The Women Could Fly by Megan Giddings Crosshairs by Catherine Hernandez The Ones We're Meant to Find by Joan He Brown Girl in the Ring by Nalo Hopkinson Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro Survive the Dome by Kosoko Jackson The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf by Ambelin Kwaymullina On Such a Full Sea by Chang-rae Lee Legend by Marie Lu Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi We Set the Dark on Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia Sanctuary by Paola Mendoza & Abby Sher Futureland by Walter Mosley The Memory Police by Yōko Ogawa, translated by Stephen Snyder Goliath by Tochi Onyebuchi We Light Up the Sky by Lilliam Rivera Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse The Freedom Race by Lucinda Roy An Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon Give us feedback! Fill out the form to ask for a recommendation or suggest a genre or title for us to read! Check out our Tumblr, follow us on Twitter or Instagram, join our Facebook Group, or send us an email! Join us again on Tuesday, February 7th. It'll be our annual Valentine's Day episode, and we'll be talking about the genre of Holiday Romance! Then on Tuesday, February 21st join us for What is a Book? (part 2)!

Arnemancy
2023 Forecast with T. Susan Chang and Andrew B. Watt – Part 2

Arnemancy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 70:45


Welcome to part two of the 2023 Forecast featuring T. Susan Chang and Andrew B. Watt. Did you miss part one? You can find it here! Remember to check out our 2023 special deals! In this episode, we will look at charts and cards for July through December of 2023. Andrew will be handling the astrology, Susie the Tarot, and I will be moderating to make sure things stay on track. If you would like to download a PDF with all of the astrological charts that Andrew used for this forecast, you can sign up to Andrew B. Watt's Patreon or to the Arnemancy Patreon. 2023 Forecast Specials The three of us are all offering a special discount. This year, you can use the code 23ANDYOU to get a 23% discount off of various services and classes from our respective websites. Andrew B. Watt is offering 23% off all of his services until January 31st! A new class: Names and Signs: From Election to Talisman with Reverend Erik Your Own Private Tarot Lesson with T. Susan Chang (scroll down to "One-on-one tarot mentorship) through January 23rd Remember, use the code 23ANDYOU for 23% off! Get the full details here. Links T. Susan Chang's website and Tarotista Etsy shop Andrew B. Watt's website Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arnemancy

Rothen s'enflamme
Manu Petit : " Campos et Galtier n'ont rien changé ! " Faites entrer l'accusé : Galtier – Campos, accusés de n'avoir rien changé depuis leur arrivée – 17/01

Rothen s'enflamme

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 13:28


Les footballeurs parlent aux footballeurs ! « Rothen s'enflamme », le rendez-vous des passionnés du ballon rond revient pour une deuxième saison ! Jérôme Rothen animera des débats enflammés avec sa Dream Team d'anciens joueurs composée d'Emmanuel Petit, Lionel Charbonnier, Éric Di Meco, Mathieu Bodmer, Mathieu Valbuena et Jean-Michel Larqué. Julien Cazarre sortira cette saison encore, des infos exclusives toujours avec son humour et sa plume acérée. En cette année de Coupe du Monde de football, Jérôme Rothen et Jean-Louis Tourre s'entourent d'un casting 5 étoiles avec le grand retour de Juninho (déjà présent lors de la Coupe du Monde au Brésil en 2014), et les arrivées de Patrice Evra, Steven Nzonzi, Mamadou Niang et Jérémy Ménez.

The Highway Community
"The Crossing" | 2023.01.15 - Esther Chang

The Highway Community

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 25:50


How do we pace ourselves well in the spiritual life? We'll look what the crossing of the Jordan River shows us about how to follow, how to wait, and how to make space to see God's work of grace in our lives.

Greendale Human Podcasters
Advanced Introduction to Finality

Greendale Human Podcasters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 80:33


Greendale Human Podcasters are back with the final episode of Season 4 Advanced Introduction to FinalityThis week's episode see the group planning a graduation wedding for Jeff, but the darkest timeline pays a visit to the main timeline of sorts...Tune in for the full episode breakdown as well as your favourite Old White Man Says, Brad's Pick Of The Week, and Matts's Red Card!Make sure to follow us on all our socials,@GdaleHumanPod on both Twitter and Instagram and now TikTok!And Greendale Human Podcasters on Facebook. Make sure to follow us on all our socials,@GdaleHumanPod on both Twitter and Instagram and now TikTok!And Greendale Human Podcasters on Facebook.

Hood Stocks
Wah Ching Gangsta - IS BACK‼️‼️‼️Prison Minister Johnny Chang

Hood Stocks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 128:21


Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVHsDY3D6WjC-2PMXORTGkA/join Follow host https://www.instagram.com/luckysuntzu Follow guest https://www.instagram.com/noscriptfellowship Criminal Defense Attorney  https://instagram.com/attorneyrosenberg?igshid=NTdlMDg3MTY= Micro Soul Mushroom www.cannacomforts.com https://instagram.com/cannacomforts?igshid=NTdlMDg3MTY= New and Used Bakery Equipment  https://instagram.com/origenbakeryequipmentllc?igshid=NTdlMDg3MTY= East LA Exotics https://instagram.com/eastla.exotics?igshid=NTdlMDg3MTY=

Live Off Rents Podcast
Ep. #124: Danaus Chang On Disrupting Real Estate Investment

Live Off Rents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 37:34


Danaus born and raised in Fort Worth, TX by his parents who immigrated from China to live their American dream of owning real estate. Growing up, he spent much of his childhood assisting his parents with the day-to-day management of their humble but thriving real estate portfolio. Danaus bought his first rental properties after college while working as an internal consultant at Pulte and Lennar Homes. Since then, Danaus has purchased dozens of rental properties throughout Texas and California to becoming co-founder of Awning.com

Back to the 80s Radio
I Hate These Bands, Part 2

Back to the 80s Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 55:23


Today we finish our discussion about our most hated bands in the 1980s. Join us for humor, rants, and arguments with Toscano & Chang! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/backtothe80s/support

Sista Måltiden
#141 - Ett efterblivet köttberg

Sista Måltiden

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 38:16


Gänget försöker få tag på en högerpolitiker. Hanif har upptäckt att hantverkare är dyra. Chang vill förhandla med talibaner. Omar har blivit ekonom. Ashkan förstår inte ekonomi. Mustafa är inte så duktig på FIFA.OBS. Det här är inte det hela avsnittet. Vill du få tillgång till hela avsnittet? Stöd oss på Patreon. Är du Patreon och vill få tillgång till alla avsnitt i sin helhet? Vill du bli Patreon för att få tillgång till allt? Tryck här. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Public Defenseless
82: The Tech NonProfit Accelerating People Out of the U.S. Justice System w/Serena Chang

Public Defenseless

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 60:02


Across the country, outdated and disconnected data systems keep thousands of people stuck in prison or on community supervision long after they should technically be free. Today, Hunter spoke with Serena Chang, a product manager at Recidiviz, a tech nonprofit working to solve this problem and make the criminal justice system fairer, smaller, and more effective.   As discussed in the episode with Jason Tashea, the legal system is slow to incorporate new technology. Yet for States and organizations around the country, it's becoming obvious they can no longer operate a legal system based on individuals enter data by hand or relying on the memory of a few overworked officials. This is where Recidiviz enters the conversation. Tune in to hear how Serena and Recidiviz craft individualized, yet scalable solutions that aim at reducing the power and reach of the American prison industrial complex!     Guest: Serena Chang, Product Manager, Recidiviz   Key Topics: Serena's journey to Recidiviz [5:00] The Problems facing the legal system [6:35] How to craft solutions and how they worked in Idaho [14:25] How states get introduced into Recidiviz' work [23:04] How Recidiviz works on policy [25:10] Ensuring increasing efficiency does not simply increase the efficiency of incarceration [28:37] Preventing the states from using data collected to implement more pro carceral policy [31:27] Ensuring equal access to tools [34:05] Plans for expansion [36:10] How to access Recidiviz' pre-existing tools [38:35] Data Protection [40:35] What would happen if bad/illegal behavior by the state came to light [42:30] Trends Recidiviz noticed in their data collection [44:25] Goals for organization [46:58] How to start partnership [49:15] Offering solutions that do not increase the size and power of the Department of Corrections [51:40] Working with a PD Office [54:20] How to learn more and identify problems [56:22]     Resources: Recidiviz https://www.recidiviz.org/     Contact Hunter Parnell:   hwparnell@publicdefenseless.com   Instagram @PublicDefenselessPodcast Twitter                                                                 @PDefenselessPod www.publicdefenseless.com  

On est fait pour s'entendre
ON EN REPARLE - Allô Ménie, l'émission de RTL qui a changé la condition de la femme

On est fait pour s'entendre

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 3:43


Sa petite-fille a sorti hier un roman librement inspiré de sa vie : Ménie Grégoire, voix emblématique de RTL, a marqué l'histoire de la radio avec son émission Allô Ménie. Elle s'appelait en réalité Marie Laurentin, épouse Grégoire. Ménie Grégoire commence en 1967 une émission qui va bouleverser la vie de nombreux Français, des femmes surtout : Allô Ménie ... On l'appelle en direct ou bien on lui écrit des lettres. Famille, vie sociale, sexualité, toutes les questions de l'intime sont abordées dans une France encore conservatrice. On parle parfois à Ménie de l'inavouable, comme des avortements clandestins. Et Ménie leur répond, les conseille ...

The Mini-Break
The last few practice runs

The Mini-Break

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 49:26


WTA Adelaide 2 - 7:45 Impressive: Collins, Bencic, Haddad Maia - 9:35 ATP Adelaide 2 - 20:11 Thanasi's Town - 20:30 Everything else - 29:20 WTA Hobart - 35:35 Kenin - 35:40 ATP Auckland - 42:23 Norrie survives + No one else does - 42:35 AO Qualies - 45:43 Notable Women's Winners: Voleynets, Vickery, Chang, Vandewege, Mandlik, Muhammad, Schnaider, B Fruhvirtova, Bejlek Notable Women's Losses: Parks, Frech, Ruse, Li, Krueger Notable Men's Winners: Mmoh, Nava, Kudla, Escobedo, Holt, Hanfmann, Stricker, Jarry, JPV, Shang, Struff, Bergs, Vukic, Riedi Notable Men's Losses: Tabilo, Rodionov, Passaro, Gaston, Ymer, Gomez, Verdasco Cracked Racquets Editor-in-Chief Alex Gruskin discusses each of Week 2's WTA and ATP Events. He looks at which players have raised their games, who has struggled, and so much more!! Don't forget to give a 5-star review on your favorite podcast app! In addition, add your Twitter/Instagram handle to the review for a chance to win some FREE CR gear!! This episode brought to you by: Tennis Point Discounted Tennis Apparel, Tennis Racquets, Tennis Shoes & Equipment from Nike, adidas, Babolat, Wilson & More! Visit their store today and use the code "CR15" at checkout to save 15% off Sale items. Some Exclusions (MAP Exceptions) apply and code will not work on those items. This code will add 1 FREE CAN of WILSON Balls to the cart at checkout.  Swing Vision SwingVision is the official ball tracking app of Tennis Australia, the UK's Lawn Tennis Association and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. The startup's mission is to democratize the Grand Slam experience for tennis players of all levels. Using just a single smartphone, the app automatically tracks your shot trajectory, generates match highlights and provides line challenges, all in real-time on any court in the world. Take advantage of Cracked Racquets' exclusive partnership by using our promo code "cracked20" for a 14-day Pro Trial and a $20 discount. Don't miss out on this exclusive deal, available by clicking here! Tourna MEGA TAC: It's the TACKIES GRIP EVER CREATED by far. You know Tourna Tennis for their world famous Tourna Grip, but did you know they also make the TACKIEST grip in the world? MEGA TAC is THE tackiest grip on the market. It starts tacky and stays tacky, longer than any other grip on the market as well. If you like Tacky Grips, you have to try Mega Tac.   You can have anyone reach out to sales@uniquesports.com and mention Cracked Racquets to get a FREE sample Tennis Channel Podcast Network Visit https://www.tennis.com/pro-game/podcasts/ to stay current on the latest tennis news and trends and enjoy in-depth analysis and dynamic debates. Find Cracked Racquets Website: https://www.crackedracquets.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/crackedracquets Twitter: https://twitter.com/crackedracquets Facebook: https://Facebook.com/crackedracquets YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC12ZE3jU0n52JkeWV1TB21A Email Newsletter: https://www.crackedracquets.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Women in Tech Podcast, hosted by Espree Devora
Remix: Jessica Chang, Dajae Williams, and Sheena Brady: Women In Tech

Women in Tech Podcast, hosted by Espree Devora

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 10:50


Don't miss out on the next #womenintech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://womenintechshow.com. Be featured in the Women in Tech Community by creating your profile here http://womenintechvip.com/“Remix: Jessica Chang, Dajae Williams, and Sheena Brady”#womenintech Show is a WeAreTech.fm production.To support the Women in Tech podcast go to https://www.patreon.com/womenintechTo be featured on the podcast go to http://womenintechshow.com/featureHost, Espree Devorahttps://twitter.com/espreedevorahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/espreeGuest,Jessica Changhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-chang-1010402/Guest,Dajae Williamshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/dajaewilliams/https://www.instagram.com/dajae.monae/https://twitter.com/Dajae_MonaeGuest, Sheena Bradyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/sheenabrady/https://www.instagram.com/sheenabradyy/Listen to the original episodes below:Jessica Chang, https://podcast.womenintechshow.com/episodes/jessica-chang-of-weecareDajae Williams, https://podcast.womenintechshow.com/episodes/dajae-williams-of-nasa-jplSheena Brady, https://podcast.womenintechshow.com/episodes/sheena-brady-of-tease-tea-and-founders-fundBe featured in the Women in Tech Community by creating your profile here http://womenintechvip.com/In LA? Here's some awesome resources for you to become immersed in the LA Tech scene -For a calendar of all LA Startup events go to, http://WeAreLATech.comGet Podcast Listeners, http://getpodcastlisteners.com/Resources Mentioned:WeeCare, https://weecare.coWeeCare Near Me, https://weecare.co/daycare-near-meDajae Williams, https://www.dajaewilliams.comNasa JPL, https://www.jpl.nasa.govDajae Williams YouTube, https://www.youtube.com/c/DajaeWilliams/featuredTease Tea, https://teasetea.comFounders Fund, https://foundersfund.caCredits:Produced and Hosted by Espree Devora, http://espreedevora.comStory Produced, Edited and Mastered by Cory Jennings, https://www.coryjennings.com/Production and Voiceover by Adam Carroll, http://www.ariacreative.ca/Team support by Janice GeronimoMusic by Jay Huffman, https://soundcloud.com/jayhuffmanShort Title: Jessica Chang, Dajae Williams, and Sheena Brady

American Thought Leaders
Gordon Chang on Virus Explosion in China, Xi Jinping Losing Control, and CCP Gearing Up for War

American Thought Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 62:58


Sponsor special: Up to $2,500 of FREE silver AND a FREE safe on qualifying orders - Call 855-862-3377 or text “AMERICAN” to 6-5-5-3-2Is Omicron the COVID-19 variant spreading in China? Or is it something else? And what does the explosion of the virus—and the associated real death toll in China—mean for Chinese leader Xi Jinping, the author of China's draconian “zero-COVID” policies? We sit down again with China analyst Gordon Chang to discuss the complicated realities the Chinese regime is facing.“I don't know what's going on in Xi Jinping's head, but I do know that he's engaged in the most rapid military buildup since the Second World War,” Chang says.Why is the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) collecting DNA profiles of Americans? Why are CCP-linked companies buying up land next to U.S. military bases? And is an attack on Taiwan imminent?

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 01.10.23

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 63:17 Very Popular


Videos: BOMBSHELL docs reveal Covid-19 COVER-UP goes straight to the top | Redacted with Clayton Morris – Whiselblower Sasha Latypova My Apology Letter Regarding My Friendship with Jordan Peterson (THE SAAD TRUTH_1365) Harari: “With this kind of surveillance [under the skin], (you can detect dissent). I mean, you watch the big President, the big leader, give a speech on television — the television could be monitoring you and knowing whether you're angry or not just by analyzing the cues.” MacDonald Brainwashed (Tom words of wisdom) – The Rap   Eating almonds daily boosts exercise recovery molecule by 69% among ‘weekend warriors' Appalachian State University, January 6, 2023 For those who exercise regularly, eating almonds each day might be the ideal new year's resolution. A randomized controlled trial in Frontiers in Nutrition showed that female and male participants who ate 57g almonds daily for one month had more of the beneficial fat 12,13-dihydroxy-9Z-octadecenoic acid (12,13-DiHOME) in their blood immediately after a session of intense exercise than control participants. This molecule, a so-called oxylipin (oxidized fat) is synthetized from linoleic acid by brown fat tissue, and has a beneficial effect on metabolic health and energy regulation. Corresponding author Dr. David C Nieman, a professor and director of the Appalachian State University Human Performance Laboratory at the North Carolina Research Campus, said, “Here we show that volunteers who consumed 57g of almonds daily for one month before a single ‘weekend warrior' exercise bout had more beneficial 12,13-DiHOME in their blood immediately after exercising than control volunteers. They also reported feeling less fatigue and tension, better leg-back strength, and decreased muscle damage after exercise than control volunteers.” The clinical trial involved 38 men and 26 women between the ages of 30 and 65, who didn't engage in regular weight training. Approximately half were randomized to the almond diet group, and the other half to the control group, who daily ate a calorie-matched cereal bar. The researchers took blood and urine samples before and after the four-week period of dietary supplementation. Performance measures included a 30 second Wingate anaerobic test, a 50 meter shuttle run test, and vertical jump, bench press, and leg-back strength exercises. Additional blood and urine samples were taken immediately after this 90 minute session of ‘eccentric exercise' and daily for four days afterwards.  As expected, the 90 minute exercise led to an increase in the volunteers' self-reported feeling of muscle damage and muscle soreness, as well as an increased POMS score, indicating self-reported decreased vigor and increased fatigue, anxiety, and depression. The exercise also resulted in transient elevated levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines such as IL-6, IL-8, IL-10, and MCP-1 in the blood, consistent with minor muscle damage. However, these changes in cytokines were equal in the almond and cereal bar groups. Importantly, immediately after exercise, the concentration of the beneficial 12,13-DiHOME was 69% higher in blood plasma of participants in the almond group than in participants in the control group. 12,13-DiHOME is known to increase the transport of fatty acid and its uptake by skeletal muscle, with the overall effect of stimulating metabolic recovery after exercise. The reverse pattern was found for another oxylipin, the mildly toxic 9,10-Dihydroxy-12-octadecenoic acid (9,10-diHOME), which was 40% higher immediately after exercise in the blood of the control group than in the almond group. Unlike 12,13-DiHOME, 9,10-diHOME has been shown have negative effects on overall health and the body's recovery to exercise. Nieman and colleagues concluded that daily consumption of almonds leads to a change in metabolism, downregulating inflammation and oxidative stress from exercise and enabling the body to recover faster. “We conclude that almonds provide a unique and complex nutrient and polyphenol mixture that may support metabolic recovery from stressful levels of exercise. Almonds have high amounts of protein, healthy types of fats, vitamin E, minerals, and fiber. And the brown skin of almonds contains polyphenols that end up in the large intestine and help control inflammation and oxidative stress,” said Nieman. Omega-3 supplements can prevent childhood asthma Copenhagen University Hospital, December 29, 2022 Taking certain omega-3 fatty acid supplements during pregnancy can reduce the risk of childhood asthma by almost one third, according to a new study from the Copenhagen Prospective Studies on Asthma in Childhood (COPSAC) and the University of Waterloo. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that women who were prescribed 2.4 grams of long-chain omega-3 supplements during the third trimester of pregnancy reduced their children's risk of asthma by 31 per cent. Long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, which include eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), are found in cold water fish, and key to regulating human immune response. “We've long suspected there was a link between the anti-inflammatory properties of long-chain omega-3 fats, the low intakes of omega-3 in Western diets and the rising rates of childhood asthma,” said Professor Hans Bisgaard of COPSAC at the Copenhagen University Hospital. “This study proves that they are definitively and significantly related.” The testing also revealed that women with low blood levels of EPA and DHA at the beginning of the study benefitted the most from the supplements. For these women, it reduced their children's relative risk of developing asthma by 54 per cent. “The proportion of women with low EPA and DHA in their blood is even higher in Canada and the United States as compared with Denmark. So we would expect an even greater reduction in risk among North American populations,” said Professor Stark. “Identifying these women and providing them with supplements should be considered a front-line defense to reduce and prevent childhood asthma.” “Asthma and wheezing disorders have more than doubled in Western countries in recent decades,” said Professor Bisgaard. “We now have a preventative measure to help bring those numbers down.” Currently, one out of five young children suffer from asthma or a related disorder before school age. Study shows gardening may help reduce cancer risk, boost mental health University of Colorado at Boulder, January 6, 2023 The first-ever, randomized, controlled trial of community gardening found that those who started gardening ate more fiber and got more physical activity—two known ways to reduce risk of cancer and chronic diseases. They also saw their levels of stress and anxiety significantly decrease. The findings were published in The Lancet Planetary Health. “These findings provide concrete evidence that community gardening could play an important role in preventing cancer, chronic diseases and mental health disorders,” said senior author Jill Litt, a professor in the Department of Environmental Studies at CU Boulder. “No matter where you go, people say there's just something about gardening that makes them feel better,” said Litt, who is also a researcher with the Barcelona Institute for Global Health. Some small observational studies have found that people who garden tend to eat more fruits and vegetables and have a healthier weight. But it has been unclear whether healthier people just tend to garden, or gardening influences health. Only three studies have applied the gold standard of scientific research, the randomized controlled trial, to the pastime. None have looked specifically at community gardening. To fill the gap, Litt recruited 291 non-gardening adults, average age of 41, from the Denver area. More than a third were Hispanic and more than half came from low-income households. The gardening group received a free community garden plot, some seeds and seedlings, and an introductory gardening course through the nonprofit Denver Urban Gardens program and a study partner. By fall, those in the gardening group were eating, on average, 1.4 grams more fiber per day than the control group—an increase of about 7%. The authors note that fiber exerts a profound effect on inflammatory and immune responses, influencing everything from how we metabolize food to how healthy our gut microbiome is to how susceptible we are to diabetes and certain cancers. While doctors recommend about 25 to 38 grams of fiber per day, the average adult consumes less than 16 grams. “An increase of one gram of fiber can have large, positive effects on health,” said co-author James Hebert, director of University of South Carolina's cancer prevention and control program. The gardening group also increased their physical activity levels by about 42 minutes per week. Public health agencies recommend at least 150 minutes of physical activity per week, a recommendation only a quarter of the U.S. population meets. With just two to three visits to the community garden weekly, participants met 28% of that requirement. Study participants also saw their stress and anxiety levels decrease, with those who came into the study most stressed and anxious seeing the greatest reduction in mental health issues. The study also confirmed that even novice gardeners can reap measurable health benefits of the pastime in their first season. As they have more experience and enjoy greater yields, Litt suspects such benefits will increase. Researchers shed light on how exercise preserves physical fitness during aging Joslin Diabetes Center, December 6, 2023 Proven to protect against a wide array of diseases, exercise may be the most powerful anti-aging intervention known to science. However, while physical activity can improve health during aging, its beneficial effects inevitably decline. The cellular mechanisms underlying the relationship among exercise, fitness and aging remain poorly understood.   In a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers at Joslin Diabetes Center investigated the role of one cellular mechanism in improving physical fitness by exercise training and identified one anti-aging intervention that delayed the declines that occur with aging in the model organism. Together, the scientists' findings open the door to new strategies for promoting muscle function during aging.   “Our data identify an essential mediator of exercise responsiveness and an entry point for interventions to maintain muscle function during aging.”  That essential mediator is the cycle of fragmentation and repair of the mitochondria, the specialized structures, or organelles, inside every cell responsible for producing energy. Mitochondrial function is critical to health, and disruption of mitochondrial dynamics  the cycle of repairing dysfunctional mitochondria and restoring the connectivity among the energy-producing organelles — has been linked to the development and progression of chronic, age-related diseases, such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes.   “As we perceive that our muscles undergo a pattern of fatigue and restoration after an exercise session, they are undergoing this mitochondrial dynamic cycle,” said Blackwell, who is also acting section head of Immunobiology at Joslin. “In this process, muscles manage the aftermath of the metabolic demand of exercise and restore their functional capability.”  “We determined that a single exercise session induces a cycle of fatigue and physical fitness recovery that is paralleled by a cycle of the mitochondrial network rebuilding,” said first author Juliane Cruz Campos, a postdoctoral fellow at Joslin Diabetes Center. “Aging dampened the extent to which this occurred and induced a parallel decline in physical fitness. That suggested that mitochondrial dynamics might be important for maintaining physical fitness and possibly for physical fitness to be enhanced by a bout of exercise.”   Finally, the researchers tested known, lifespan-extending interventions for their ability to improve exercise capacity during aging. Worms with increased AMPK — a molecule that is a key regulator of energy during exercise which also promotes remodeling of mitochondrial morphology and metabolism — exhibited improved physical fitness. They also demonstrated maintenance of, but not enhancement of, exercise performance during aging. Worms engineered to lack AMPK exhibited reduced physical fitness during aging as well as impairment of the recovery cycle. They also did not receive the age-delaying benefits of exercise over the course of the lifespan.   Nighttime electronic device use lowers melatonin levels Brigham and Women's Hospital, December 24 2022.  The Proceedings of the National Academy of Science published the findings researchers at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital of a suppressive effect for evening use of light-emitting electronic devices on sleep and melatonin secretion. “Electronic devices emit light that is short-wavelength-enriched light, which has a higher concentration of blue light — with a peak around 450 nm — than natural light,” explained lead author Anne-Marie Chang. “This is different from natural light in composition, having a greater impact on sleep and circadian rhythms.”  Twelve healthy adults were randomized to read a light-emitting eBook or a printed book in dim room light approximately four hours before bedtime for five evenings. At the end of the five day period, participants switched their assignments. Blood samples collected during portions of the study were analyzed for melatonin levels.  Sleep latency, time and efficiency were assessed via polysomnography.  eBook reading was associated with more time needed to fall asleep and less rapid eye movement sleep in comparison with reading a printed book. Evening melatonin levels were suppressed by an average of 55.12% in eBook readers, while those who read printed books had no suppression. Compared to printed book reading, the onset of melatonin release in response to dim light occurred 1 ½ hours later the day following reading of an eBook. “Our most surprising finding was that individuals using the e-reader would be more tired and take longer to become alert the next morning,” Dr Chang reported. “This has real consequences for daytime functioning, and these effects might be worse in the real world as opposed to the controlled environment we used.”  “We live in a sleep-restricted society, in general,” she added. “It is important to further study the effects of using light-emitting devices, especially before bed, as they may have longer term health consequences than we previously considered.” Iron deficiency anemia associated with hearing loss Penn State University, December 29, 2022 In a study published online by JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Kathleen M. Schieffer, B.S., of the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, Hershey, Pa., and colleagues examined the association between sensorineural hearing loss and conductive hearing loss and iron deficiency anemia in adults ages 21 to 90 years in the United States. Approximately 15 percent of adults report difficulty with hearing. Because iron deficiency anemia (IDA) is a common and easily correctable condition, further understanding of the association between IDA and all types of hearing loss may help to open new possibilities for early identification and appropriate treatment. For this study, using data obtained from deidentified electronic medical records from the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pa., iron deficiency anemia was determined by low hemoglobin and ferritin levels for age and sex in 305,339 adults ages 21 to 90 years; associations between hearing loss and IDA were evaluated. Of the patients in the study population, 43 percent were men; average age was 50 years. There was a 1.6 percent prevalence of combined hearing loss (defined as any combination of conductive hearing loss [hearing loss due to problems with the bones of the middle ear], sensorineural hearing loss, deafness, and unspecified hearing loss) and 0.7 percent prevalence of IDA. Both sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL; when there is damage to the cochlea or to the nerve pathways from the inner ear to the brain) (present in 1.1 percent of individuals with IDA) and combined hearing loss (present in 3.4 percent) were significantly associated with IDA. Analysis confirmed increased odds of SNHL and combined hearing loss among adults with IDA. “An association exists between IDA in adults and hearing loss. The next steps are to better understand this correlation and whether promptly diagnosing and treating IDA may positively affect the overall health status of adults with hearing loss,” the authors write.

Stoel Rives | Deeply Rooted Podcast
Jeffrey Chang, President of FPS Food Process Solutions, On Starting a Commercial Manufacturing Business as an Immigrant and Opportunities for the Industry

Stoel Rives | Deeply Rooted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 39:21


In the latest episode of the Stoel Rives | Deeply Rooted podcast, Jeffrey Chang, President, and Owner of FPS Food Process Solutions, joined Elijah Watkins, an attorney in Stoel Rives LLP's consumer products, manufacturing, and transportation industry group. Based in Richmond, British Columbia, FPS Food Process Solutions manufactures and sells industrial freezers globally, including in Europe, China, Thailand, New Zealand, and the United States. In the episode, Jeffrey discusses his journey immigrating to Canada from China and how he became a self-taught engineer to start one of the world's largest industrial freezer manufacturers.

Town Square with Ernie Manouse
Ask the Doctor: The Latest on the New COVID Variant XBB.1.5, Long COVID, Flu and RSV

Town Square with Ernie Manouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 49:54


Town Square with Ernie Manouse airs at 3 p.m. CT. Tune in on 88.7FM, listen online or subscribe to the podcast. Join the discussion at 888-486-9677, questions@townsquaretalk.org or @townsquaretalk. COVID cases and hospitalizations are on the rise, in part to the new variant XBB.1.5. Dr. James McDeavitt explains the traits of this new variant, how easily it's transmitted and the effectiveness of the vaccine.  Plus, he discusses long COVID and what we can expect from future mutations of the virus.  Dr. McDeavitt also weighs in on the surge of COVID-related deaths in China and how they're dealing with the overwhelming death toll they're experiencing in the aftermath of moving away from their strict zero-COVID policy. Then, Dr. Michael Chang continues the conversation with his thoughts on how COVID symptoms have changed throughout the pandemic and answers questions from listeners about long COVID. Plus, Dr. Chang shares the latest on the flu and RSV and if they have waned from its peak before the holiday season. To learn how you can stay up to date on COVID vaccines based on manufacturer and previous doses, click here. Guests: Dr. James McDeavitt Executive Vice President and Dean of Clinical Affairs, Baylor College of Medicine Dr. Michael Chang, MD Pediatric Infectious Diseases Physician at UTHealth Houston and Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital Town Square with Ernie Manouse is a gathering space for the community to come together and discuss the day's most important and pressing issues. We also offer a free podcast here, on iTunes, and other apps

Parlons-Nous
Couple : Depuis qu'elle a perdu du poids, le mari de Claude a changé d'attitude

Parlons-Nous

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 33:33


Claude ne se retrouve plus dans son rapport avec son physique et cela a entraîné un trouble alimentaire. Sa perte de poids a eu une incidence dans son couple et cela l'inquiète. Chaque soir, en direct, Caroline Dublanche accueille les auditeurs pour 2h30 d'échanges et de confidences. Pour participer, contactez l'émission au 09 69 39 10 11 (prix d'un appel local) ou sur parlonsnous@rtl.fr

The Highway Community
"All Things New" | 2023.01.08 - Esther Chang

The Highway Community

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 26:40


Why and how can we face new things without fear? We'll study the first nine verses of the book of Joshua as we answer this question in this introduction to our new sermon series.

Greendale Human Podcasters
Heroic Origins

Greendale Human Podcasters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 99:24


It's a new year, but the same Greendale Human Podcasters!We are back with a vengeance to recap Season 4, Episode 12 Heroic Origins.This week's episode abed explores the origin story of the study group, and it leads to some interesting cross-overs and the boys have some hot takes. Tune in for the full episode breakdown as well as your favourite Old White Man Says, Brad's Pick Of The Week, and Matts's Red Card!Make sure to follow us on all our socials,@GdaleHumanPod on both Twitter and Instagram and now TikTok!And Greendale Human Podcasters on Facebook.

Back to the 80s Radio
I Hated these Bands in the '80s!

Back to the 80s Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 66:08


Is there an '80s band that you hated back in the day? Well, today we are talking about our most hated bands of the 1980s. So, I guess you can call it, our hate show! Stick around for all the banter that Toscano & Chang bring. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/backtothe80s/support

Histoires d'Argent
Mymy Haegel : travailler sur sa vulnérabilité a changé son rapport à l'argent

Histoires d'Argent

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 62:47


Merci à Mymy pour cet épisode !Liens de l'épisodeAurélien Fernandez The Boys Club iciLe Film Club iciMymy fait le bilan de 6 mois d'indépendance ici

Sista Måltiden
#140 - Lite pedofil

Sista Måltiden

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 46:08


Chang har firat ryskt nyår. Hanif träffar någon i Grekland. Omar vill lämna Sverige. Ashkan målar in sig i ett hörn. Mustafa får inte raka sig.OBS. Det här är inte det hela avsnittet. Vill du få tillgång till hela avsnittet? Stöd oss på Patreon. Är du Patreon och vill få tillgång till alla avsnitt i sin helhet? Vill du bli Patreon för att få tillgång till allt? Tryck här. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

My Food Job Rocks!
Ep. 268 - [Malaysia] An Overview of the Malaysian Food Industry with Sew Chang Chew, Head of R&D of Hybrid Allied Dairy

My Food Job Rocks!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 52:27


Today we're interviewing Sew Chang Chew, Head of R and D at Hybrid Dairy Alliance, a new business that focuses on dairy manufacturing. Welcome to Malaysia! This is the first interview I did hours after I landed. I actually met Sew 9 years ago at IFT when our colleges were both competing in a product development competition. I believe it was Developing Solutions for Developing Countries. Sew has a lot to say about the food industry in Malaysia and gives a good introduction to what the food is really about. Not just industry, but he describes food really well. I think what's great to take away from this interview is the point of view. What's amazing about traveling to all of these countries and interviewing everyone is you get to see not only the differences but the similarities between what's going on and Sew highlights a lot of challenges that I feel I've faced in my career. You're also going to get a lot of practical advice! Sew is essentially a manager and gives some good tips on how to teach and motivate your employees! His advice is very simple, and methodical. I never realized how similar I was with Sew, we both have worked many jobs, around 2-year stints, and he himself traveled the world.  

History Unwritten
The Tale of Khun Chang and Khun Phaen

History Unwritten

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 75:10


The Tale of Khun Chang and Khun Phaen is the seminal work in Thai classical literature. The romance between Khuns Chang and Phaen and the female love interest Wanthong are our window into Ayutthayan gender and social class. While what we find may be disagreeable to modern sensibilities, we are nonetheless compelled to bear witness and learn more - to better understand the era in question.  Visit this episode's webpage for the Dramatis Personae

The Bangkok Podcast | Conversations on Life in Thailand's Buzzing Capital
The Extraordinary Life of the Siamese Twins: Chang and Eng Bunker [S6.E22]

The Bangkok Podcast | Conversations on Life in Thailand's Buzzing Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 41:07


We dive back into history with the remarkable story of Chang and Eng Bunker, more famously known as the Siamese Twins. Born and raised in Samut Songkhram province just south of Bangkok, they had a fateful encounter with a Scottish trader by the name of Robert Hunter - himself an interesting fellow - and their lives were never the same. Siam at the time was little more than a vague backwater “somewhere in Asia” and because of their unique condition, the twins agreed to follow Hunter to the US and go on tour. It was not an easy life, as they fought against racial stereotypes and the fear that people of the time had against anyone with such an unusual condition, but they persevered, learning English and eventually striking out on their own to control their own destinies. This was just the beginning of a remarkable adventure that saw them get into bar brawls, argue with doctors, travel the world, and find fame, fortune and love. Check out the episode of Mobituaries here, which visits one of the Bunker family reunions, as well as this trailer for a TV show called Extraordinary Siamese Story: Chang and Eng. Don't forget that Patrons get the ad-free version of the show as well as swag and other perks. And we'll keep our Facebook, Twitter, and LINE accounts active so you can send us comments, questions, or whatever you want to share.

L'heure bleue
Sorour Kasmaï et Chowra Makaremi sur les manifestations en Iran : "La peur a changé de camp"

L'heure bleue

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 54:49


durée : 00:54:49 - L'Heure bleue - Sorour Kasmaï, romancière et directrice de la collection « Horizons persans » chez Actes Sud et Chowra Makaremi, chercheuse en anthropologie, décryptent le mouvement révolutionnaire iranien actuel au regard de l'histoire du pays depuis la révolution de 1979.

Martial Arts Studies
Conversation with Jin Yong translator Gigi Chang

Martial Arts Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 38:34


Conversation with the translator of Jin Yong novels, Gigi Chang.  Also available as a video on the Martial Arts Studies YouTube Channel. Theme music, 'Eejeb', by Ronin E-Ville (http://ronineville.com) used with permission.

The Gym Lords Podcast
Ep 915 Chris Ware, Andrea U-Shi Chang, Melissa Holzman

The Gym Lords Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 80:36


This Episode we interview Chris Ware, Andrea U-Shi Chang, Melissa Holzman about their take on being a Gym Owner. Welcome to the Gym Lords Podcast, where we talk with successful gym owners to hear what they're doing that is working RIGHT NOW, and to hear lessons and failures they've learned along the way. We would love to share your story! If you'd like to be featured on the podcast, fill out the form on the link below. https://gymlaunchsecrets.com/podcast

The Bamboo Lab Podcast
"You Are Never Too Old To Follow Your Dreams!" with Janie Chang

The Bamboo Lab Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 61:21


Janie Chang writes historical fiction, often with a personal connection, drawing from a family history with 36 generations of recorded genealogy. She grew up listening to stories about life in a small Chinese town in the years before the Second World War and tales of ancestors who encountered dragons, ghosts, and immortals.Her first novel, THREE SOULS, was a finalist for the 2014 BC Book Prizes Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize; her second novel, DRAGON SPRINGS ROAD, was a Globe and Mail national bestseller. Both were nominated for the International Dublin Literary Award. Her third book, THE LIBRARY OF LEGENDS, released in May 2020, was nominated for the Evergreen Award and is a Globe and Mail national bestseller. THE PORCELAIN MOON is available February 21, 2023 and THE PHOENIX CROWN, a novel Janie is co-authoring with Kate Quinn, will be released in Fall 2023.She is a graduate of The Writer's Studio at Simon Fraser University. She was the founder and main organizer of Authors for Indies, a 100% volunteer-staffed event that promoted a national day of support by Canadian authors for Canada's independent bookstores; the event ran from 2015 - 2017 and transitioned to Canadian Independent Bookstore Day which is organized by the Canadian Independent Booksellers Association.Born in Taiwan, Janie has lived in the Philippines, Iran, Thailand, and New Zealand. She now lives with her husband on the beautiful Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada.https://janiechang.com/https://bamboolab3.com/

Arnemancy
2023 Forecast with Andrew B. Watt and T. Susan Chang – Part 1

Arnemancy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 76:17


Welcome to part one of the 2023 Forecast featuring Andrew B. Watt and T. Susan Chang. As in previous years, we will look at charts and cards for each month of the coming year. Andrew will be handling the astrology, Susie the Tarot, and I will be moderating to make sure things stay on track. Part one covers the year chart, and the months January through June. In this episode, we learn that Venus is the Queen of the Year, and the card of the year is the Queen of Swords. What does that mean? You will have to listen to learn more! If you would like to download a PDF with all of the astrological charts that Andrew used for this forecast, you can sign up to Andrew B. Watt's Patreon or to the Arnemancy Patreon. Note that because I'm going to be traveling and away from both the log cabin basement and my normal recording setup, part 2 of this forecast won't be available until the end of the first week of January, 2023. 2023 Forecast Specials The three of us are all offering a special discount. This year, you can use the code 23ANDYOU to get a 23% discount off of various services and classes from our respective websites. Your Own Private Tarot Lesson with T. Susan Chang (scroll down to "One-on-one tarot mentorship) through January 23rd Andrew B. Watt is offering 23% off all of his services until January 31st! A new class: Names and Signs: From Election to Talisman with Reverend Erik Remember, use the code 23ANDYOU for 23% off! Get the full details here. Links T. Susan Chang's website and Tarotista Etsy shop Andrew B. Watt's website Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arnemancy

Sista Måltiden
#139 - Folk är bara idioter

Sista Måltiden

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 65:13


Chang firar jul hos Ashkans svärmor. Omar har ätit kycklingfötter. Hanif och Mustafa tittar inte på porr.OBS. Det här är inte det hela avsnittet. Vill du få tillgång till hela avsnittet? Stöd oss på Patreon. Är du Patreon och vill få tillgång till alla avsnitt i sin helhet? Vill du bli Patreon för att få tillgång till allt? Tryck här. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

All Bones Considered: Laurel Hill Stories
ABC 046: Fathers of American Medicine, Part 3: Some Ethical Dilemmas

All Bones Considered: Laurel Hill Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 76:58


Dr. George McClellan, father of the famed Civil War Union general, was founder of Thomas Jefferson medical school, but annoyed his colleagues so much he was expelled from the board of the school he had created.   Dr. William Henry Pancoast was a famed surgeon who performed the post-mortem examination on the 19th century conjoined twins, Chang and Eng Bunker, the original “Siamese” twins.  The same year he artificially impregnated a woman who had a sterile husband, but without her knowledge or permission.   Dr. Samuel McClintock Hamill was one of the most prominent pediatricians in the country, but early in his career he had conducted controversial experiments on orphans and abandoned children, some of whom were left with permanently damaged eyesight.    These three physicians are the topics of today's edition of All Bones Considered: Laurel Hill Stories – Father of American Medicine, Part III – Some Ethical Dilemmas. 

The History of Computing
Hackers and Chinese Food: Origins of a Love Affair

The History of Computing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 19:37


Research into the history of computers sometimes leads down some interesting alleys - or wormholes even. My family would always go out to eat Chinese food, or pick it up, on New Year's day. None of the one Chinese restaurants in the area actually closed, so it just made sense. The Christmas leftovers were gone by then and no one really wanted to cook. My dad mentioned there were no Chinese restaurants in our area in the 1970s - so it was a relatively new entrant to the cuisine of my North Georgia town. Whether it's the Tech Model Railroad or hobbyists from Cambridge, stories abound of young engineers debating the merits of this programming technique or chipset or that. So much so that while reading Steven Levy's Hackers or Tom Lean's Electronic Dreams, I couldn't help but hop on Door Dash and order up some yummy fried rice. Then I started to wonder, why this obsession?  For one, many of these hackers didn't have a ton of money. Chinese food was quick and cheap. The restaurants were often family-owned and small. There were higher end restaurants but concepts like P.F. Chang's hadn't sprung up yet. That wouldn't come until 1993. Another reason it was cheap is that many of the proprietors of the restaurants were recent immigrants. Some were from Hunan, others from Taipei or Sichuan, Shanghai, or Peking (the Romanized name for Beijing). Chinese immigrants began to flow into the United States during the Gold Rush of California in the late 1840s and early 1850s.  The Qing Empire had been at its height at the end of the 1700s and China ruled over a third of humans in the world. Not only that - it was one of the top economies in the world. But rapid growth in population meant less farmland for everyone - less jobs to go around. Poverty spread, just as colonial powers began to pick away at parts of the empire. Britain had banned the slave trade in 1807 and Chinese laborers had been used to replace the slaves. The use of opium spread throughout the colonies and with the laborers, back into China. The Chinese tried to ban the opium trade and seized opium in Canton. The British had better ships, better guns, and when the First Opium War broke out, China was forced to give up Hong Kong to the British in 1842, which began what some historians refer to as a century of humiliation while China gave up land until they were able to modernize. Hong Kong became a British colony under Queen Victoria and the Victorian obsession with China grew. Art, silks (as with the Romans), vases, and anything the British could get their hands on flowed through Hong Kong. Then came the Taiping Rebellion, which lasted from 1851 to 1864. A Christian was named theocrat and China was forced to wage a war internally with around 20 million people dying and scores more being displaced. The scent of an empire in decay was in the air. Set against a backdrop of more rebellions, the Chinese army was weakened to the point that during the First Sino-Japanese War in 1894, and more intervention from colonial powers. By 1900, the anti-colonial and anti-Christian Boxer Uprising saw missionaries slaughtered and foreigners expelled. Great powers of the day sent ships and troops to retrieve their peoples and soon declared war on the empire and seized Beijing. This was all expensive, led to reparations, a prohibition on importing arms, razing of forts, and more foreign powers occupying areas of China. The United States put over $10 million of its take from the Boxer Indemnity as they called it, to help support Chinese students who came to the United States. The Qing court had lost control and by 1911 the Wuchang Uprising began and by 1912 2,000 years of Chinese dynasties was over with the Republic of China founded in 1912, and internal conflicts for power continuing until Mao Zedong and his followers finally seized power, established the People's Republic of China as a communist nation, and cleansed the country of detractors during what they called the Great Leap Forward, resulting in 45 million dead. China itself was diplomatically disconnected with the United States at the time, who had backed the government now in exile in the capital city of Taiwan, Taipei - or the Republic of China as they were called during the Civil War.  The food, though. Chinese food began to come into the United States during the Gold Rush. Cantonese merchants flowed into the sparkling bay of San Francisco, and emigrants could find jobs mining, laying railroad tracks, and in agriculture. Hard work means you get real hungry, and they cooked food like they had at home. China had a better restaurant and open market cooking industry than the US at the time (and arguably still does). Some of he Chinese who settled in San Francisco started restaurants - many better than those run by Americans. The first known restaurant owned by a Chinese proprietor was Canton Restaurant in 1849. As San Francisco grew, so grew the Chinese food industry.  Every group of immigrants faces xenophobia or racism. The use of the Chinese laborers had led to laws in England that attempted to limit their use. In some cases they were subjugated into labor. The Chinese immigrants came into the California Gold Rush and many stayed. More restaurants were opened and some catered to white people more than the Chinese. The Transcontinental Railroad was completed in 1869 and tourists began to visit San Francisco from the east. China Towns began to spring up in other major cities across the United States. Restaurants, laundries, and other even eastern pharmacies. New people bring new ways and economies go up and down. Prejudice reared its ugly head. There was an economic recession in the 1870s. There were fears that the Chinese were taking jobs, causing wages to go down, and crime. Anti-Chinese sentiment became law in the Chinese Exclusion Act in 1882, which halted immigration into the US. That would be repealed in 1943. Conservative approaches to immigration did nothing to limit the growing appeal of Chinese food in the United States. Merchants, like those who owned Chinese restaurants, could get special visas. They could bring relatives and workers. Early Chinese restaurants had been called “chow chow houses” and by the early 1900s there were new Chop Suey restaurants in big cities, that were affordable. Chop Suey basically means “odds and ends” and most of the dishes were heavily westernized but still interesting and delicious. The food was fried in ways it hadn't been in China, and sweeter. Ideas from other asian nations also began to come in, like fortune cookies, initially from Japan. Americans began to return home from World War II in the late 1940s. Many had experienced new culinary traditions in lands they visited. Initially Cantonese-inspired, more people flowed in from other parts of China like Taiwan and they brought food inspired from their native lands. Areas like New York and San Francisco got higher end restaurants. Once the Chinese Exclusion Act was repealed, plenty of immigrants fled wars and cleansing in China. Meanwhile, Americans embraced access to different types of foods - like Italian, Chinese, and fast food. Food became a part of the national identity. Further, new ways to preserve food became possible as people got freezers and canneries helped spread foods - like pasta sauce.  This was the era of the spread of Spam and other types of early processed foods. The military helped spread the practice - as did Jen Paulucci, who bought Chun King Corporation in 1947. The Great Depression proved there needed to be new ways to distribute foods. Some capitalized on that. 4,000+ Chinese restaurants in the US in the 1940s meant there were plenty of companies to buy those goods rather than make them fresh. Chop Suey, possibly created by the early Chinese migrants. A new influx of immigrants would have new opportunities to diversify the American pallate.  The 1960s saw an increase in legislation to protect human rights. Amidst the civil rights movement, the Hart-Celler Act of 1965 stopped the long-standing practice of controlling immigration effectively by color. The post-war years saw shifting borders and wars throughout the world - especially in Eastern Europe and Asia. The Marshal Plan helped rebuild the parts of Asia that weren't communist, and opened the ability for more diverse people to move to the US. Many that we've covered went into computing and helped develop a number of aspects of computing. They didn't just come from China - they came from Russia, Poland, India, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, and throughout. Their food came with them. This is the world the Hackers that Steven Levy described lived in. The first Chinese restaurant opened in London in 1907 and as well when people who lived in Hong Kong moved to the UK, especially after World War II. That number of Chinese restaurants in the US grew to tens of thousands in the decades since Richard Nixon visited Beijing in 1972 to open relations back up with China. But the impact at the time was substantial, even on technologists. It wasn't just those hackers from MIT that loved their Chinese food, but those in Cambridge as well in the 1980s, who partook in a more Americanized Chinese cuisine, like “Chow mein” - which loosely translates from “fried noodles” and emerged in the US in the early 1900s.  Not all dishes have such simple origins to track down. Egg rolls emerged in the 1930s, a twist on the more traditional Chinese sprint roll. Ding Baozhen, a governor of the Sichuan province in the Qing Dynasty, discovered a spicy marinated chicken dish in the mid-1800s that spread quickly. He was the Palace Guardian, or Kung Pao, as the dish is still known. Zuo Zongtang, better known as General Tso, was a Qing Dynasty statesman and military commander who helped put down the Taiping Rebellion in the later half of the 1800s. Chef Peng Chang-kuei escaped communist China to Taiwan, where he developed General Tso's chicken and named it after the war hero. It came to New York in the 1970s. Sweet and Sour pork also got its start in the Qing era, in 18th century Cantonese cuisine and spread to the US with the Gold Rush. Some dishes are far older. Steamed dumplings were popular from Afghanistan to Japan and go back to the Han Dynasty - possibly invented by the Chinese doctor Zhang Zhongjing in the centuries before or after the turn of the millennia. Peking duck is far older, getting its start in 1300s Ming Dynasty, or Yuan - but close to Shanghai. Otto Reichardt brought the ducks to San Francisco to be served in restaurants in 1901. Chinese diplomats helped popularize the dish in the 1940s as some of their staffs stayed in the US and the dish exploded in popularity in the 1970s - especially after Nixon's trip to China, which included a televised meal on Tiananmen Square where he and Henry Kissinger ate the dish.   There are countless stories of Chinese-born immigrants bringing their food to the world. Some are emblematic of larger population shifts globally. Cecilia Chiang grew up in Shanghai until Japan invaded, when she and her sister fled to Chengdu, only to flee the Chinese Communists and emigrate to the US in 1959. She opened The Mandarin in 1960 in San Francisco and a second location in 1967. It was an upscale restaurant and introduced a number of new dishes to the US from China. She went on to serve everyone from John Lennon to Julia Child - and her son Philip replaced her in 1989 before starting a more mainstream chain of restaurants he called P.F. Chang's in 1993. The American dream, as it had come to be known. Plenty of other immigrants from countries around the world were met with open arms. Chemists, biologists, inventors, spies, mathematicians, doctors, physicists, and yes, computer scientists. And of course, chefs. Diversity of thought, diversity of ideas, and diversity-driven innovation can only come from diverse peoples. The hackers innovated over their Americanized versions of Chinese food - many making use of technology developed by immigrants from China, their children, or those who came from other nations. Just as those from nearly every industry did.

Welcome to Greendale: A Community Podcast
Episode 105 - Intro to Recycled Cinema

Welcome to Greendale: A Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 69:47


Movie fever overtakes the school when Chang goes Hollywood.

Kevin McCullough Radio
20221229KMC - Chang, Bolar, Marcus, Rosas

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 55:34


20221229KMC - Chang, Bolar, Marcus, Rosas by Kevin McCullough Radio

L'After Foot
Le Top de l'After Foot : Les trois points de PSG/Strasbourg Et "J'ai l'impression qu'en deux minutes, on a vu que Neymar n'a pas changé", fustige Florent Gautreau sur le comportement du Brésilien après son expulsion

L'After Foot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 23:33


Chaque jour, écoutez le Best-of de l'Afterfoot, sur RMC la radio du Sport ! L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).

L'After Foot
"J'ai l'impression qu'en deux minutes, on a vu que Neymar n'a pas changé", fustige Florent Gautreau sur le comportement du Brésilien après son expulsion – 28/12

L'After Foot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 21:24


L'émission qui dit tout haut ce que le monde du foot pense tout bas ! Cette année, l' « After Foot » fête ses 16 ans et propose un choc des générations ! Composée de ceux qui ont grandi avec l'After, la « Génération After » prendra les commandes de l'émission entre 20h et 22h. Avec Nicolas Jamain aux manettes, entouré de Kévin Diaz, Mathieu Bodmer, Walid Acherchour, Simon Dutin, Romain Canuti et Sofiane Zouaoui, cette nouvelle génération débattra avec passion, mais toujours en conservant les convictions et les codes de l'After. De 22h à minuit, place à la version originelle et historique de l'After autour de Gilbert Brisbois, Daniel Riolo, Stéphane Guy, et Florent Gautreau. Les soirs de Ligue des Champions, Jérôme Rothen rejoindra la bande pour les matchs du PSG et Mamadou Niang pour les matchs de l'OM. Nicolas Vilas sera aux commandes pour faire vivre les matchs dans l'After Live. Cette année, Thibaut Giangrande pilotera l' « After Foot » le vendredi et samedi.

Sara Carter Show
China's Vision: Galactic Power and the Subjugation of the United States

Sara Carter Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 53:02


Gordon Chang, author of "The Coming Collapse of China," joins Sara to discuss how China's ambitions are not limited to Earth, but also include Mars and the moon revolving around the "Middle Kingdom". Chang also explores how COVID may have been the opening salvo in an assault on the American people, with China currently developing "ethnic viruses" designed to target the demographics of the United States.Sara also covers how non-governmental organizations are actively facilitating the invasion of America by transporting unvetted migrants to almost every congressional district in the country.Additionally, Sara shares how the brutal regime in Iran is cracking down on revolutionaries by throwing them in jail and freezing their bank accounts.Please support our generous sponsors:My Pillow https://www.mypillow.com/carterGet the 6-piece Towel Set for only $39.98!The Association of Mature American Citizenshttps://amac.us/carterThe benefits of membership are great, but the cause is even greater.