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Speaker: Jeffrey Lehman, Vice Chancellor and Professor of Law, NYU Shanghai Jeffrey Lehman is the Vice Chancellor of NYU Shanghai, where he oversees all academic and administrative operations. Lehman is an internationally acclaimed leader in higher education, having served as dean of the University of Michigan Law School, the 11th president of Cornell University, and the founding dean of the Peking University School of Transnational Law. Prior to joining the University of Michigan Law School, Lehman served as a law clerk to Frank M. Coffin, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and Associate Justice John Paul Stevens of the United States Supreme Court. He then spent four years at Caplin & Drysdale, a Washington, DC law firm. Throughout his professional and academic career, Lehman has volunteered his time and energy to nonprofit organizations that share his commitments in the fields of higher education, law, and technology. Lehman received an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Cornell University, an MPP from the University of Michigan, and a JD from the University of Michigan Law School. He is a multi-award winner for his work both in the United States and abroad, including the Friendship Award, which is China's highest honor for “foreign experts who have made outstanding contributions to the country's economic and social progress.” Lehman is also a recipient of an honorary doctorate from Peking University.
The girl was not meant to be in the woods alone at night. She wasn't supposed to be in the woods at all. And Maggie Bentley would soon wish she'd listened to her Granny and kept to the road instead.CW: Child endangerment / death, death of a partner / parent via military service, substance abuse, animal sounds, character hunted by an animal, character lost / disoriented in the dark.Written by Cam CollinsNarrated by Steve ShellSound design by Steve ShellProduced by Cam Collins and Steve ShellOutro Music: “Black Mouthed Dog” written and performed by Landon Blood Black Mouthed Dog is a new original story set 30 years before the events of Build Mama a Coffin, available exclusively on Patreon for patrons at the $10 level and up. We thought y'all might like a little preview. Coming much sooner than you think, family.To learn more about Old Gods of Appalachia, visit our website at www.oldgodsofappalachia.com, and be sure to complete your social media ritual and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @oldgodsofappalachia, or Twitter and Tumblr @oldgodspod. If you'd like to support the show, you can join or Patreon at www.patreon.com/oldgodsofappalachia, or support us on Acast at supporter.acast.com/old-gods-of-appalachia. You can also find t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, and other Old Gods merch in our shop at www.teepublic.com/stores/oldgodsofappalachia.Old Gods of Appalachia is a production of DeepNerd Media and is distributed by Rusty Quill. All rights reserved. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/old-gods-of-appalachia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from this weekend of NFL and College Football, Browns v. Chargers Top 5 Takeaways, Ohio State Maryland Top 5 Takeaways and more! - The Y-Town podcast with sport-bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
The incredible Beatles front man, song writer, activist, artist and, somehow related to a coffin. Coffins don't have as many synonyms as John Lennon. That's a poor measure of the man. But not untrue. Still a poor measure, he was incredible. Link to the answer MentalFloss Thinking Music More popular than Jesus The Auntie Donna funeral skit - check it out on YouTube. Search for Best Funeral Ever - Fresh Blood #2. Check out the Somehow Related Facebook Group. Somehow Related is produced by Nearly Media. The robot's voice comes from Google Home. Original theme music by Kit Warhurst. Artwork created by Stacy Gougoulis. Looking for another podcast? 10 Questions with Adam Zwar - The same 10 questions with answers that vary wildly. The Junkees with Dave O'Neil & Kitty Flanagan - The sweet and salty roundabout! Junk food abounds!
Make my coffin out of cork and bury me with my Nautilus. Notes: 2:15 Seiko CEO Announcements14:00 Hey Hodinkee 22:30 Coffin inspo 27:49 Gary and the Patek 3940 38:40 “Out for delivery” (aka. hope for the future) 47:26 IWC C.03 for Collective LE 52:10 Collective
Hello! You've just stumbled into a conversation that's already in progress. This is Ask Me Everything and this week we asked: If you HAD to be one of the classic movie monsters, which one would it be and why? Listener Question from Dave: You crash off the winter river bridge and die, you now haunt your apartment. A new young couple moves in that LOVE ghosts-- but you hate them. Your caseworker says you have to get rid of them on your own. How do you scare them away? What villain in a kids show/movie was surprisingly dark? Someone tells you that there is one cryptid that absolutely exists. It's now indisputable. Which one would you assume it was? Court Appointed Question: You are turned into a vampire. At one point would your personality cease to evolve? Follow us on Instagram @askmeeverythingpodcast or give us a call at 818-252-9641 to play along and answer the questions yourselves!
The smells of 1999. Buy the official Crypt Keeper's Coffin Tee-shirt Theme song composed and performed by Tobey Forsman of Whipsong Music. Follow Chuck and Dale on Letterboxd. Follow us on Instagram Join our DISCORD Bat & Spider Watchlist Send us an email: email@example.com. Leave us a voice message: (315) 544-0966 Artwork by Charles Forsman Order Black Castle Zine and Haunted Cassette Buy a shirt Get your Bat & Spider STICKERS here This is a TAPEDECK Podcast
Down Thursday: Browns, Buckeyes, HS Football, Thursday thoughts- leaf peepin, Pee Wee Herman, Super Bowl Halftime and more! - The Y-Town podcast with sport bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
Top 5 Tuesday- Things to NOT do in a horror movie Weekend Recap: The Browns and Buckeyes Win, recapping the NFL and college football weekend, Urban Meyer, Goodbye Cleveland Indians and MLB playoff predictions - The Y-Town podcast w/ sport bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
CCH Vodka Pounder Buy the official Crypt Keeper's Coffin Tee-shirt Theme song composed and performed by Tobey Forsman of Whipsong Music. Follow Chuck and Dale on Letterboxd. Follow us on Instagram Join our DISCORD Bat & Spider Watchlist Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave us a voice message: (315) 544-0966 Artwork by Charles Forsman Order Black Castle Zine and Haunted Cassette Buy a shirt Get your Bat & Spider STICKERS here This is a TAPEDECK Podcast
1st Down- Browns, AFC North and NFL Week 4 Preview 2nd Down- Buckeyes at Rutgers and College Football preview 3rd Down- High School Football Preview and last weekend's top performers 4th Down- Alexis Walters of WKBN, Laura Zavadil of Megabarre Youngstown join Greg and Justin in the best dance scenes in a movie draft! - The Y-Town podcast w/ sport bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
This week we kick it with musician Nixx Sixx former drummer and now Bass player for Last Nail In the Coffin. Stay tuned new episode airs on Wednesday Watch the full episode at Necroelectric.com click episodes tab
A very packed show for viewers today! Jessica Krauser 5K for JK walk for Parkinson's awareness National Brewery Day Browns, Buckeyes, Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galactica NFL news and College Football Chaos Indians final week Team USA defeats Europe in Ryder Cup - The Y-Town podcast with sport-bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
This week on Hello Print Friend Miranda Speaks with Anne Coffin, founder of International Print Center New York. We'll talk about coming to printmaking through collecting, the effects of the Sep 11 attacks on the art scene of NYC and beyond, the democratization of print, the foundations of starting a solid non-profit, and looking back over the center's 20-year history of print advocacy. IPCNY https://www.ipcny.org IPCNY Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ipcny/?hl=en Shop Talk www.patreon.com/helloprintfriend YOUTUBE www.youtube.com/channel/UCOMIT3guY5PjHj1M7GApouw MERCH www.teepublic.com/user/helloprintfriend WEBSITE www.helloprintfriend.com instagram www.instagram.com/helloprintfriend print gallery helloprintfriend.com/print-gallery ✨patreon✨ www.patreon.com/helloprintfriend Our sponsor Speedball www.speedballart.com
Elvira Comes Out of the Coffin, Elon Musk and Grimes Split After 3 Years, A Lost Boys Remake is in the works! Plus, Sex Position of the Day, Five Things, new music from Edge of 13, Booze News and a lot more! [EP117] The post Stephs In The City – The Lost Girls appeared first on Radio Misfits.
Jonas, Brady and LaVar call an end to the race for the NFC East after the Cowboys roll over the Eagles on MNF, but they also give some positive takeaways for Jalen Hurts and the Eagles. Tom Brady heading back to Foxborough for SNF is being touted the "biggest regular season game in NFL history," and the guys tell you the real reason Tom left the Patriots. Plus, Jonas calls himself out for predicting Dak Prescott's regression! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome to our first episode of Superhero Ethics After Dark! 18+ only please..Ashley and I are discussing True Blood, the HBO series about Vampires coming out of the Coffin in rural Louisiana, starting with Season 1, Episodes 1-4. We talk about the ethics of Vampires, is Sookie compassionate or naïve, all the ways this show is a metaphor for issues in our own world, and can Ashley talk about anything BUT her thirst for ER.Superhero Ethics After Dark is a new series where Ashley and I will discuss shows that deal frankly with topics like sexuality or other themes the podcast gods will get at mad at us if we don't make it 18+. , We will continue to bring the same ethical focus and format, while diving into all the different issues the show brings up, including the way sexuality is used in the show, along with a healthy dose of thirst.
Episode #247, Tom & Taylor of Coffin Rites! Tom plays drums & Taylor on guitar they just released their new album ” Human Erase ” We played a couple tracks off the album and talked about up coming shows, supporting … Continue reading →
Well we are back for Season 2!Join us as we catch up on what we have been doing and what is next for the Podcast!Elvira News and ..... Is "they" only used as a plural?p.s. apparently there was a gnat flying around me before we started
MARRONE! Buy the official Crypt Keeper's Coffin Tee-shirt Theme song composed and performed by Tobey Forsman of Whipsong Music. Follow Chuck and Dale on Letterboxd. Follow us on Instagram Join our DISCORD Bat & Spider Watchlist Send us an email: email@example.com. Leave us a voice message: (315) 544-0966 Artwork by Charles Forsman Order Black Castle Zine and Haunted Cassette Buy a shirt Get your Bat & Spider STICKERS here This is a TAPEDECK Podcast
Jennifer Walcott Archuleta from here in Youngstown, joins the show as a guest to talk about her career from playboy to reality tv and what she's up to now! We also will cover the Browns, Buckeyes and have the top HS matchups for the weekend! - The Y-Town podcast with sport-bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
Gunsmoke, originally broadcast September 23, 1956, Box o'Rocks. Packy Roundtree doesn't attend his own funeral out at Boot Hill, even though his coffin is only filled with rocks! Also Lum n Abner, originally broadcast September 23, 1948, Abner's Dude Ranch. Also Fibber McGee and Molly, originally broadcast September 23, 1954, A Leg Up in Business. Fibber releases all those frogs.
Justin talks the AFC North, the NFL, and some fantasy football. And it's Top 5 Tuesday! - The Y-Town podcast with sport-bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
John and Jamie are joined by their new friends Lance and Stephen from the incredible horror apparel brand, Toxic Coffin. The group discusses the inception of the brand, and the story behind what has quickly become one of John and Jamie's favorite horror merch companies. The group also takes the time to discuss Cult Horror Films. Check out Toxic Coffin: www.toxiccoffin.com
Martin Kove's six-pack of Yoplait. Buy the official Crypt Keeper's Coffin Tee-shirt Theme song composed and performed by Tobey Forsman of Whipsong Music. Follow Chuck and Dale on Letterboxd. Follow us on Instagram Join our DISCORD Bat & Spider Watchlist Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave us a voice message: (315) 544-0966 Artwork by Charles Forsman Order Black Castle Zine and Haunted Cassette Buy a shirt Get your Bat & Spider STICKERS here This is a TAPEDECK Podcast
On The Jonas Knox Show, Jonas explains why the Baltimore Ravens have over-corrected and over reacted. The Thursday Night football game between the Giants and Washington Football Team had a critical call at the end of the game that may have been botched. Jonas plays a round of Guess that Garbage! Then, Jonas reacts to the scrutiny Urban Meyer is receiving after losing in his NFL debut. Kyle Shanahan's plan to land Aaron Rodgers went south and now it's a waiting game with Trey Lance. Plus, the Scraps and Knox's Locks! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Today we Jen Beyt Coffin in on with use and we COULD NOT BE MORE PUMPED to share this awesome person with you! Haley first met Jen several years back at Glowing Body. Jen literally transformed how Haley thought about yoga and her core especially during yoga practice. Fast forward, we went to one of her classes last week, so check out last week's fitness magic episode, episode 55 - to hear about our Wheel Yoga experience. Cross Training: Sum it Up by Pat Summitt Finishers: Jen: Get a yoga wheel - Dharma yoga wheel Mandy: Zappos Haley: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Making the Team
Today we celebrate a German naturalist and two American female landscape architects. We hear an excerpt about September from a modern Southern writer whose stories are set in the North Carolina/Tennessee mountains. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about Walled Gardens. And then we'll wrap things up with the birthday of an American plantsman and ecologist. His work continues to inspire the botanists who follow in his footsteps. Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy. The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: A personal update from me Garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf. Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org Curated News Plan for Growth and Happiness | SAFnow.org | Molly Olson Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and original blog posts for yourself, you're in luck. I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there's no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community, where you'd search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group. Important Events September 16, 1651 Birth of Engelbert Kaempfer, German naturalist, physician, explorer, and writer. He is remembered for his ten-year exploration through Russia, Persia, India, and Asia between 1683 and 1693. He was the first European to bring botanical specimens back from Japan. His book, Amoenitatum Exoticarum (1712), was an invaluable medical resource and offered the first flora of Japan, featuring nearly 500 plants from the island. He was the first Western botanist to describe the Ginkgo. September 16, 1876 Birth of Marian Cruger Coffin, American landscape architect. She was one of two women in her 1904 landscape architecture class at MIT. Since most architecture firms didn't hire women, Marian started her own practice in New York City and became one of America's first working female landscape architects. She started out with small projects in the suburbs of Rhode Island and ended up as the most in-demand landscape architect for the East Coast elite. Her client list included the Fricks, the Vanderbilts, Marjorie Merriweather Post, the Huttons, and the du Ponts. Her legacy includes many of her Delaware commissions: Gibraltar (Wilmington, Delaware), the University of Delaware campus, Mt. Cuba, and Winterthur. In 1995, author Nancy Fleming expanded her Radcliffe thesis and wrote Money, Manure & Maintenance - a book about Marian Coffin's gardens. The title was a reference to the three ingredients Marion thought necessary for a successful garden. Marion once observed, The shears in the hands of the average jobbing gardener are, indeed, a dangerous implement. As much devastation can be done in a few moments as it will take an equal number of years to repair. This I have observed to my sorrow... September 16, 1887 Birth of Annette Hoyt Flanders, American landscape architect, and writer. A daughter of Milwaukee, she worked on all types of gardens in the Midwest and out East. For her design of the French Gardens at the McCann Estate, she received the Architectural League of New York's Medal of Honor in Landscape Architecture (1932). In a 1942 article in The Record (New Jersey), she advised, Hold on to every bit of beauty you've got. Don't tear up your gardens. We're going to need gardens more than ever, and what's more, we can't afford to create an economic crisis by throwing out of work hundreds of people who are dependent for their livelihood on things we need for our gardens. She once said, Real beauty is not a matter of size — a tiny, inexpensive garden can be just as beautiful as a big one. Unearthed Words There is a time in late September when the leaves are still green, and the days are still warm, but somehow you know that it is all about to end as if summer was holding its breath, and when it let it out again, it would be autumn. ― Sharyn McCrumb, King's Mountain Grow That Garden Library Walled Gardens by Jules Hudson This book came out in 2018, and it is from the National Trust. In this book, Jules Hudson of the BBC shares some of the most spectacular walled gardens throughout England and Wales. In centuries gone by, these gardens were vital to sustaining family life - not only for food - but also for medicine and beauty. In the late 18th century, these gardens became synonymous with wealth as the elite sought to grow exotic fruits right in their own backyard. Over time, these kitchen gardens were enhanced with glasshouses and heated walls. The level of creativity, commitment, and charm reflected in these gardens are evident still today. This book is 240 pages of walled kitchen gardens in all their glory. You can get a copy of Walled Gardens by Jules Hudson and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $12 Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart September 16, 1874 Birth of Frederic Edward Clements, American plant ecologist. In 1916, he introduced the concept of a biome to the field of ecology. He also helped pioneer the study of vegetation succession. He believed his botanist wife, Edith, would have been a world-renown ecologist if she hadn't devoted so much time to help him. Together the “Doctors Clements” traveled across America researching and teaching the next generation of ecologists. For fieldwork, Frederic devised a technique known as the quadrat method: pound four stakes into the ground, wrap a string around the stakes, and tally the number and kinds of plants in the square. MIT's John Vucetich marveled at the power and scale of Frederic's work, writing, To draw a string around that many sets of stakes, to sit down before a small patch of the Earth that many times, to get down on the level with plants, to take a quick look, gain a gestalt, and then engage in the deliberative task of touching every single plant, recognizing its species name and writing it down, pressing pencil to paper, once for each individual—to do that not for a weekend, not a few dozen times, but to perform that meditation thousands of times over a lifetime—there is no more intimate, more mesmerizing way to connect with nature. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."
Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Brady Report - Monday September 13, 2021
The guys unite to discuss a busy week of NHL news. Offer sheets, the Olympics, and new Winter Classic sweaters! Plus, the piss poor Pacific Division. It's all ahead, and we won't even charge $1,000, even though the patterns are SO complicated!
Dale and Chuck review pictures of a Tales pinball machine on pinballbulbs.com and get hyped on the comeback of Nash Bridges. Buy the official Crypt Keeper's Coffin Tee-shirt Theme song composed and performed by Tobey Forsman of Whipsong Music. Follow Chuck and Dale on Letterboxd. Follow us on Instagram Join our DISCORD Bat & Spider Watchlist Send us an email: email@example.com. Leave us a voice message: (315) 544-0966 Artwork by Charles Forsman Order Black Castle Zine and Haunted Cassette Buy a shirt Get your Bat & Spider STICKERS here This is a TAPEDECK Podcast
Megyn Kelly is joined by Rep. Dan Crenshaw, former NAVY Seal, Debra Burlingame, lawyer and sister of the American Airlines Flight 77 pilot, Frank Siller, CEO of Tunnel to Towers Foundation, Shannen Coffin, former counsel to VP Dick Cheney, and Alan Dershowitz, professor emeritus at Harvard Law School, to talk about the legality of Biden's new workplace vaccine mandate, 9/11 20 years later, the Taliban and Afghanistan today, honoring those we lost on September 11, and more. Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: Twitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
AFC North Preview Show - Browns Breakdown with Ali Hysong of Here We Go Brownies - Steelers Breakdown with Charlie Jennings and Dave Spires - Ravens Breakdown with Matt Jergensen of Baltimore Blitz - Cincinnati Bengals Breakdown with Jason Dewicke The Ohio State Buckeyes v. Oregon Ducks Youngstown State Penguins v. Michigan State Spartans Steve Leslie of YSN gives us his top performances of week 3 and biggest games of week 4! Finally, Thursday thoughts will lead off the show! - The Y-Town podcast with sport bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
Show Notes:0:45 - English paper piecing (EPP)0:49 - Adobe Illustrator0:52 - Southern California1:01 - EPP (English Paper Piecing)3:40 - Art Gallery Fabrics, Americana Bundle Up collection5:49, 6:37 and 6:46 - Glue basting5:51, 6:39, 6:48 and 6:54 - Thread basting6:26 - Elise's EPP academy7:13 - Elise's EPP academy8:39 - Crochet9:17 - Facebook 9:20 - Zoom 10:52 - Elise's EPP Block Club11:43 and 12:06 - Adobe Illustrator13:16 - Example of one of Elise's curve shaped flower EPP block 13:29 - Elise's acrylic EPP templates16:26 - ¼in stick17:09 - Hollow / window EPP templates18:07 - Glue baste18:09 - Thread baste18:37 - Fat quarters18:46 - Fussy cutting 18:49 - Fat quarters19:41 - Grandmother's Flower Garden EPP block21:00 - Cross stitch21:18 - Elise's first major cross stitching project21:21 - Fat Quarter Shop21:26 - The Shine On stitch along21:32 - The Bonnie & Camille Quilt Bee Quilt and Cross Stitch Book by Bonnie Olaveson & Camille Roskelley21:35 - Bonnie and Camille's Shine On sampler quilt pattern21:54 - Aurifil Thread21:57 - Aurifloss21:59 - Aurifil Thread22:03 - Fat Quarter Shop22:05 - Aurifil Artisan 22:14 - Fat Quarter Shop22:17 - Hilary Jordan of By Hilary Jordan (@byhilaryjordan) (listen to episode 28 to find out more about her)23:41 - Inflatable chairs from the 90s24:36 - Shine On Sampler by Bonnie and Camille24:59 - Bonnie Olaveson of Cotton Way and Camille Roskelley of Thimble Blossoms (@thimbleblossoms)28:16 - Elise's EPP academy29:55 - Cheetos, white cheddar puffs30:00 - Log Cabin traditional quilt block30:06 - Atsuko Matsuyama30:14 - Atsuko Matsuyama30:32 - Quilt Gate30:43 - Fat Quarter Shop30:58 - Clover31:04 - Aurifil Thread32:46 - Glue basting33:06 - Florida33:08 - Jennifer of Red Threads Studio Online (@redthreadstudioonline)33:17 - Yoko Saito of Quilt Party (@yokosaito_quiltparty)33:59 - Sunny Day Supply (@sunnydaysupply)34:10 - Mary Dugan and Shawn Morris of Sunny Day Supply 34:22 - Wa Wa Wi Wa Comics (@wawawiwacomics)34:31 - The Tiny Chef Show (@thetinychefshow)34:51 - Sunseeker Quilt Pattern by Elise 34:58 - Coffin shaped EPP paper pieceFollow Elise:Instagram - @elisebaekhttps://www.elisebaek.com/Follow us:Amanda: @broadclothstudio https://broadclothstudio.com/Wendy: @the.weekendquilter https://the-weekendquilter.com/Anna: @waxandwanestudiohttps://www.waxandwanestudio.com/Quilt Buzz: @quilt.buzzhttps://quiltbuzzpodcast.com/Intro/Outro Music:Golden Hour by Vlad Gluschenko
Justin walks through all the sports pet peeves we hate! Phone lines will be open so call in and share yours! - The Y-Town podcast with sport bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
The scariest song Cinnamon has ever heard in her life, art and fame, and ten thirty-second songs! Normal-length music too! (All podcasts and reviews are on www.hlycrp.com, and you can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and Spotify, and Apple Podcasts.)
The meteorologicomaniacs discuss the COVID-19 pandemic global death toll, effectiveness of vaccines against the delta variant, and how analysis of ancient viral DNA reveals that two pathogenic human viruses were brought into Mexico during the transatlantic slave trade. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, Dickson Despommier, Rich Condit, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode ASV Vaccine Town Halls COVID-19 excess mortality (eLife) Tracking pandemic death toll (eLife) COVID-19 vaccines and delta variant (NEJM) Slave trade carries viruses into Mexico (eLife) Letters read on TWiV 801 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – Victor Borge, Phonetic Punctuation Brianne – Cat TV Rich – Cochrane review: Ivermectin for preventing and treating COVID‐19 Alan – Cockpit video of flying into Oshkosh Vincent – Medical News Network Morning Medical Update Listener Pick Jody – Human Body Theatre and Plagues: The Microscopic Battlefield Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
General Store Oysters. Buy the official Crypt Keeper's Coffin Tee-shirt Theme song composed and performed by Tobey Forsman of Whipsong Music. Follow Chuck and Dale on Letterboxd. Follow us on Instagram Join our DISCORD Bat & Spider Watchlist Send us an email: email@example.com. Leave us a voice message: (315) 544-0966 Artwork by Charles Forsman Order Black Castle Zine and Haunted Cassette Buy a shirt Get your Bat & Spider STICKERS here This is a TAPEDECK Podcast
OH-IO!!! It's Game day! The 2021 Ohio State Buckeye preview and bold predictions B1G, SEC, ACC, PAC 12, BIG 12 and Heisman Predictions from our OSU alumni panel NIL deals Greg, Brett, Bill, Mark and Justin Tailgate Thursday with Steve Leslie, breaks down top 5 week 2 performances and Top matchups of week 3! - The Y-Town podcast with sport bent talk and a little bit of everything else!
Anthony Michael Bungus Buy the official Crypt Keeper's Coffin Tee-shirt Theme song composed and performed by Tobey Forsman of Whipsong Music. Follow Chuck and Dale on Letterboxd. Follow us on Instagram Join our DISCORD Bat & Spider Watchlist Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave us a voice message: (315) 544-0966 Artwork by Charles Forsman Order Black Castle Zine and Haunted Cassette Buy a shirt Get your Bat & Spider STICKERS here This is a TAPEDECK Podcast
Bob gives a brief history of money in the United States, explaining that the dollar was much "harder" in, say, 1810 than it was in 1910. This explains why there was significant consumer price inflation even in 1970, the year before Richard Nixon officially severed the dollar's link to gold. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: https://mises.org/wire/brief-history-gold-standard-focus-united-states (Bob's chapter) in the new book, https://mises.org/library/understanding-money-mechanics-0 (Understanding Money Mechanics), discussing the history of the US gold/silver standards. His chapter https://mises.org/wire/ludwig-von-misess-circulation-credit-theory-trade-cycle (on Mises' theory of the business cycle). Bob's articles discussing the 50th anniversary of Nixon closing the gold window: (1) https://www.fraserinstitute.org/article/learn-from-nixon-shock-control-central-bankers-limit-ability-to-debase-currency (Basic intro), (2) discussing the https://thehill.com/opinion/finance/568480-after-the-gold-standard-we-got-bigger-government-and-a-smaller-dollar (different regimes of the US gold standard), and (3) explaining the different inflation rates and the connection to Austrian business cycle theory. [Note that this third article hadn't posted as of the original publication of the podcast episode; this link will be updated when available.] https://mises.org/library/more-quibbles-problems-theory-and-history-fractional-reserve-free-banking (Bob's article in the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics) on Mises' theory of the business cycle. http://bobmurphyshow.com/contribute (Help support) the Bob Murphy Show. The audio production for this episode was provided by http://podsworth.com/ (Podsworth Media).