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The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. Catherine Pelonero's Absolute Madness: Racism and Black Misandry in Buffalo Part 6

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy hosts the 6th study session on Catherine Pelonero's 2017 publication, Absolute Madness: A True Story of a Serial Killer, Race, and a City Divided. We just recognized 7 years since the Charleston, South Carolina Terrorist attack on Mother Emanuel AME church, where nine black worshipers were killed. Gracyn Doctor, daughter of the Rev. DePayne Middleton-Doctor, one of the nine people murdered, recently said we seem to be forgetting the South Carolina and more recent May 2022 Buffalo shootings already. Seeing as practically no one remembers the black males butchered in 1980 Buffalo and New York state, Gracyn has reason for concern. Last week, Pelonero detailed the black frustration and anger with no arrests made after the savage killings of 6 black males. The White author included notes penned by a Race Soldiers who cheered on the murders and hoped more blacks would be killed. In December of 1980, the "Midtown Slasher" stabbed six dark skin males (mostly black), killing four of them. White enforcement officials in Manhattan and Buffalo pondered if the same White Man was responsible for all of these killings/attacks. Near the end of the 1980 calendar year, a black person told a Newsweek reporter: "When you pick up the newspaper and read about this black being killed here and another black being killed there, it does something to your psyche, something bad. It leads to the perception that it's suddenly hunting season on blacks again." #LetsGoBuffalo #PaytonGendron #22CaliberKiller #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. w/ Eric Bryan Stone #BucketsOfWordsAndEggshells

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Eric Bryan Stone. His website says he "was raised in the epitome of 'White America,'" Neely Fuller Jr.'s Oklahoma. Stone said he ditched the rural highlands to trot the globe with his pops. Now, Stone has amassed a sizeable "online" following for his "condemnation of racism and the 'white narrative.' We'll ask what Mr. Stone does to solve The Problem and how he helps non-white people get a better understanding of White Supremacy/Racism. Mr. Stone departed abruptly after sixty minutes and buckets and buckets and buckets of metaphors. He refused to directly answer many of Gus's questions and presented a plethora of logical fallacies - much of it centering around Whites being ignorant about Racism. It seems Mr. Stone may have bamboozled many non-white people into thinking he's a kindly White man. #WhatDoesItMeanToBeWhite #DomesticWhiteTerrorism #Juneteenth #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

What Works | Small Business Podcast
EP 387: Context Clues: Is there hope beyond positive thinking?

What Works | Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 41:46


“Positive thinking” comes in many forms: New Thought, the prosperity gospel, manifestation teaching, self-help guides, and more. It's hard to argue with thinking positive thoughts! But when positive thoughts become a substitute for curiosity and inquiry about real challenges, positive thinking can lead us away from real solutions. In this episode, I explore my own encounters with the world of positive thinking and how facing reality has actually given me more hope. The post EP 387: Context Clues: Is there hope beyond positive thinking? appeared first on What Works with Tara McMullin.

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers
How Chase Claypool's Top 3 Comment Was Taken Out of Context, His 3 Steps to Become Elite Steelers WR

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 37:22


Chris Carter, NFL and NCAAF analyst, hosts the Locked on Steelers podcast. Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Chase Claypool went on the I Am Athlete podcast and was quoted to say he was a top three receiver in the NFL. But that quote that was pulled for articles and Twitter posts was taken out of context. If you watch the full episode, you'd understand he was talking more about his goals. Chris Carter confirms this by showing his previous 1-on-1 interview with Claypool during minicamp where he made a similar statement. Claypool isn't taking this year for granted and has said all the things he's working on this offseason. But there are three key things from drops, to release work to maximizing his yards after catch that would make him the elite receiver Mitch Trubisky and Kenny Pickett would need for the Steelers' offense to fly. Also, a caller asks if inside linebacker should be a free agent concern despite the Steelers having Devin Bush and Myles Jack. The answer might be the return of a recent Steelers linebacker, Joe Schobert. CALL INTO THE SHOW AT 412-223-6644 or if international, e-mail your audio message to LOSTEELERSTOPICBAG@GMAIL.COM Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P, and 'Too Easy' by Nerdboy. Both from their label Renaissance Music. Find more from their label here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NFLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Shonen Flop
#53.5 First Thoughts on The Last Saiyuki

Shonen Flop

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 26:34


Can a manga be “Oscar bait”? David and Jordan give their first thoughts on the Shonen Jump manga The Last Saiyuki. Listen in as they give an overview of the first chapter, where they think it will go from there, and ultimately their “power word” to describe the series so far. They also dive into some listener questions.    Show Notes:   You can reach us at Twitter @shonenflopcast or email us shonenflop@gmail.com   Help keep the show running by joining the Shonen Flop Patreon at patreon.com/shonenflop. Get perks like early access to content, bonus episodes, and polls for what we cover next   Get Shonen Flop merch, including this episode's cover art, on a shirt, mug, print, or whatever else might catch your eye https://www.teepublic.com/stores/shonen-flop?ref_id=22733   Become a member of our community by joining our Discord. You can hang out with us, submit your questions or six word summaries! Find it at https://discord.com/invite/4hC3SqRw8r   Credits:   Shonen Flop is hosted by David Weinberger and Jordan Forbes   Additional editing assistance by Dylan Crider you can find his podcast, Anime Out of Context at animeoutofcontext.com   Episode art by Shannon (IG: illuminyatea)   Episode transcriptions by The Ghostwriters: Travis “T” Root, OzyRat, and TrafalagarWolfwood   MAL Description:  Ryuunosuke Fujita would like nothing more than a fun, carefree life with his friends. But life doesn't always go how you want it. When the third-grader arrives home one day, his father introduces him to Koharu Mori, a young wheelchair-bound girl with prosthetic limbs who from now on will be Ryuunosuke's younger sister. For Ryuunosuke, this means that he must care for her at every moment and will have no time for himself. Though sympathetic to Koharu's situation, Ryuunosuke comes to resent her and the responsibility that threatens to rob him of his youth.   However, Ryuunosuke soon finds his mundane reality replaced by fantasy. When he finds Koharu floating in the air one night, a nightmarish creature from his imagination suddenly attacks them. After his father dispatches the monster, he reveals that Koharu is actually a divine being; her very presence can materialize the monsters that come from the innate fears of others—a power so great that it could lead to the end of the world if used in the wrong hands. With the help of Toukaishuu, an alliance dedicated to dispatching monsters, Ryuunosuke vows to protect Koharu and fight against those who intend to use her abilities for evil.

Moraine Valley Church
Father's Day at MVC / 6.19.22

Moraine Valley Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 45:48


Encouragement for Men 2 Timothy 3:16-16, Hebrews 13:20-21, 2 Corinthians 3:4-5, Galatians 2:20 June 19, 2022 I.Introduction: A. Men carry a large personal weight on their souls that can make them feel inadequate or ill equipped when it comes to navigating life! 1. When you look at the many responsibilities and expectations upon a man, both from the Bible and manmade, they often feel like I have not done enough or do not measure up. This often results in self-condemnation, defeat, insecurity or just giving up. a. They want to be 1. A man who walks with God displaying the fruits of the Spirit of God in their life and having a testimony to others. 2. The kind of leader God wants them to be in their marriages, homes, church and community. b. But on the other hand they struggle with sin – 1. Pride, impatience, selfishness, self-reliance, 2. Along with sexual purity, temptation, lust or even porn. c. Also, they are giving 100% at work and when they get home, they run on empty. Not enough time and energy to do either right. 2. Add to those responsibilities and expectations that they have no idea of what it looks like because they have never seen it modeled. 3. Add on top of that - conflicting messages from the Bible and from the world as to what a man is and how he should act. B. A number of years ago a brother came up to me and said it seems on Mother's Day we are always encouraging the women and telling them how great they are, but on Father's Day we seem to always be challenging men to be better and pointing out where they fall short. 1. Reminded me of this image I saw on Facebook with Mother's Day dinner at the beach and Father's Day frozen meal! 2. Yes, men love to challenge men to be stronger, better and more godly men and we get a lot of amens for that because men love to challenge and be challenged. • Well today, my goal is to help men carry the large personal weight on their souls that makes them feel inadequate or ill equipped to navigate the responsibilities and expectations they have! • By the way ladies, do not tune me out because what we will learn today addresses the inadequacies and sense of being ill equipped that women also feel in their lives. II. Scripture A. I want to take us to the only passage in Scripture I am aware of that addresses both the issue of adequacy and equipping – 2 Timothy 3:16- 16. Turn and read. 1. Let's simply define these two key words a. Adequate – having the knowledge and skill to be able to meet all the demands upon you. 1. That addresses our feeling of inadequacy where we feel we are not enough or measure up to what we are called to in our lives b. Equipped – provide someone with what they need to make them ready to do what they need to do! 1. That addresses our feeling of being ill equipped as God furnishes us with the resources we need to do the job! 2. The first thing we see here is that God's Word, the Scripture, the written Word of God, which is breathed right out of the heart of God. . Note what it is profitable for: teaching, reproof, correction, training in righteousness. Illustrate by walking on the platform. a. So that may be adequate and equipped for every, every, every good work. That would include every responsibility and expectation upon a man! 3. As most men have not seen it modeled before them or have any idea of what it means or looks like to be a man, the Bible is a great place to gain your bearings. . Daily at home or at break time at work. I would encourage you to start with the method that Martin Luther used when it came to God's Word. He was the great reformer who God literally used to change the church and the world. His method is summarized simply in my words. WAR 1. Worship/praise, thank God from things in the text 2. Admit/confess sin that is inconsistent with the text 3. Request God to do things for and in you in the text a. A couple resources on Sunday mornings to jump-start you. 1. Bible study methods – simply communicate to you what I learned in seminary on how to study the Bible as a pastor would. You do need to sign up for this class as we will limit it to 40 2. Mere Christianity use C.S. Lewis book as a foundation as you will see that Christianity is logical and we can rationalize our faith. 3. Bereans – the seven letters from Jesus to the church in the first three chapters in the book of Revelation. You will learn in this class how Jesus feels when he looks at the church today! • We are excited about these opportunities and many events coming up this summer and fall. So how can you find out more or sign up for one. • Best way is the Sunday electronic bulletin, which explains to you what is going on and a link to sign up for it. I encourage you to read this every week as it comes out on Sunday morning • If you do not get that – take out your phone and add this to your contact information right now – 708-350-6610 - MVC text • Got it? I would encourage you to text right now and put in the word “bulletin” • In return, you will receive a link where you can put in your email address and what you want to be signed up for. • Text number is always the same so when you see something you want more information on or sign up for something you hear in the video announcements that is the quickest and easiest way to do it. B. Let's look at a passage that speaks about God equipping us. 1. Equipped – provide someone with what they need to make them ready to do what they need to do! It addresses our feeling of being ill-equipped 2. Turn and read Hebrews 13:20-21. 3. Note: a. Emphasize – God equips you b. Everything, everything, everything, you need to do God's will – the things we learn in this book that we are responsible for and God expects of us. c. Working in us … through Jesus Christ – God works in us everything we need through the indwelling Christ who lives in us and builds into us just what we need! C. Now let's look at a passage that speaks about God making us adequate. 1. Adequate – having the knowledge and skill to be able to meet all the demands upon you. It addresses our feeling of being inadequate 2. Turn to 2 Corinthians 3:4-5 a. Context – as Christians, men and women, boys and girls are called to be the aroma of Jesus to those around them. Then in 2 Corinthians 2:16 he says, “who is adequate for these things.” b. Read 2 Corinthians 3:4-5 3. Most men are paralyzed by their weaknesses and inadequacies, when the proper response is to allow these to be the reminders to turn to Jesus and confess that our confidence and faith is not in ourselves but in God Himself • So how does this work? III. Conclusion – A. Galatians 2:20 Read 1. Two key observations – a. I no longer live but Christ lives in me. b. The life I now live in this body is a life of faith in Jesus. 2. Two ways Christians live: . The first is like a rowboat where they do all the work! (walking by the flesh) 1. They commit themselves whole heartedly to God and try as hard as they can to live for Him, the way His Word tells them 2. The second way is like a sailboat boat where they do the work of putting up the sail but the wind does the work of moving them on! (walking by the Spirit) 3. I recognize my own inability to pull it off and put no trust or confidence in myself to do this thing for God. Rather transfer my trust and confidence to Jesus moment by moment to live out His life through me and miraculously fill me with adequacy and equipment to carry off the expectations and responsibilities that are upon me. B. This is how it all works together 1. Read in God's word what responsibilities and expectations He has upon me. 2. Know that the indwelling spirit of Jesus can do in and through me what I cannot do for myself. 3. Prayerfully rely upon, call out to Jesus to live His life through you! As simple as Jesus I cannot do this, please do this for me! C. When we do this miracles happen. Let me illustrate this: 1. I do not have the ability to draw at all. Draw Mona Lisa – stick man version 2. Let's say that the spirit of Leonardo da Vinci comes to live in me. 3. Now I go to the artist stand either I can do my best and be really sincere and committed to the Lord to do a great picture for Him, or I can yield to the indwelling spirit of Leonardo da Vinci within me and rely him to draw that picture through me, 4. This is what comes out when I step back, yield, and rely upon him to do it through me. picture of Mona Lisa D. The same happens when a man relies upon the indwelling Jesus to equip him and make him adequate: 1. When they face their responsibilities and expectations 2. To display His fruits in them and empower them to walk and witness for Him 3. To lead in their marriages, families, church and community 4. To break down the power of sin in their lives and fill them with the purity of Jesus 5. To give them the wisdom and strength to balance both home and work! E. Pray for men - Stand

Mind Gap
Episode 350 - Mid-Life Crisis, Rage Hamsters, & Disney Adults

Mind Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 76:14


This week, Doug and Justin talk about having a mid-life crisis and figuring out what they want to do with their lives. The dorks then discuss the news about scientists using CRISPR technology to genetically modify hamsters only to have them turn into mutant rage monsters. The nerds then talk about an AITA about Disney adults getting married at Disney World and not offering catered food to their guests. Things are wrapped up with another Anime Out of Context featuring Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie. Check out our YouTube channel where we livestream our new podcast episodes every Tuesday at 8pmCT and our video game stream every Saturday at 8pmCT. Be sure to like and subscribe for this content as well as episode highlights, Doug Watches Awkward Videos, Justin Plays Video games, and more! We have MERCH now! Follow us on all of our social medias and other platforms!  https://streamerlinks.com/mindgappodcast

Turning Towards Life - a Thirdspace podcast
245: The Light Is The Context

Turning Towards Life - a Thirdspace podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 33:54


The background culture that surrounds us very often makes the unspoken claim that what's most true about existence is cold, hard matter, and that anything else we encounter - meaning or love for example - is just something we humans invented. But what would happen if we trusted instead that there is an ancient light doing its best to shine forth through us and between us? And what would happen if we could treat the most difficult aspects of our experience, and the most challenging and painful parts of ourselves, as if they were right next to this source of light that could illuminate them? And if we treated ourselves and one another as if the light was the very surrounding in which we move and which wants to move within us? This week's Turning Towards Life is a conversation about what opens when we understand the context of our lives and our experience to be an ancient light that's trying to find us and shine through us. It's hosted as always by Lizzie Winn and Justin Wise of Thirdspace. Here's our source for this week: How the light comes I cannot tell you how the light comes. What I know is that it is more ancient than imagining. That it travels across an astounding expanse to reach us. That it loves searching out what is hidden, what is lost, what is forgotten or in peril or in pain. That it has a fondness for the body, for finding its way toward flesh, for tracing the edges of form, for shining forth through the eye, the hand, the heart. I cannot tell you how the light comes, but that it does. That it will. That it works its way into the deepest dark that enfolds you, though it may seem long ages in coming or arrive in a shape you did not foresee. And so may we this day turn ourselves toward it. May we lift our faces to let it find us. May we bend our bodies to follow the arc it makes. May we open and open more and open still to the blessed light that comes. Jan Richardson Photo by Rene Böhmer on Unsplash

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. Compensatory Call-In 06/18/22 #MotherEmanuelNine

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We'll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We'll examine news reports from the past seven days and – hopefully – promote a constructive dialog. #ANTIBLACKNESS Forget all your tribulations, Victims of White Supremacy. Despite the rona, astronomical inflation, unrelenting White Terrorism and gun violence, Juneteenth is here. Replete with Wal-Mart brand Juneteenth sorbet. In between the fanfare, the Jan. 6th investigations continue, even though Gus has yet to see any evidence that the bulk of the White traitors will be prosecuted. This week marked seven years since Dylann Storm Roof's Terrorist attack on a Charleston, South Carolina church. Illustrating how little has changed in that time, a 15-year-old White teen was pictured with a "pellet gun" threatening to gun down black people - just like Roof. In South Carolina, Roof's home state, an 8-year old black child, Quarius Naqua Dunham, was shot to death during the Memorial Day festivities. A 40-year-old White Man is facing murder and attempted murder charges for the unprovoked slaying. #DomesticWhiteTerrorism #Juneteenth #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

COMPLEXITY
Dmitri Tymoczko on The Shape of Music: Mathematical Order in Western Tonality

COMPLEXITY

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 85:16


Math and music share their mystery and magic. Three notes, played together, make a chord whose properties could not be predicted from those of the separate notes. In the West, music theory and mathematics have common origins and a rich history of shaping and informing one another's field of inquiry. And, curiously, Western composition has evolved over several hundred years in much the same way economies and agents in long-running simulations have: becoming measurably more complex; encoding more and more environmental structure. (But then, sometimes collapses happen, and everything gets simpler.) Music theorists, like the alchemists that came before them, are engaged in a centuries-long project of deciphering the invisible geometry of these relationships. What is the hidden grammar that connects The Beatles to Johann Sebastian Bach — and how similar is it to the hidden order disclosed by complex systems science? In other words, what makes for “good” music, and what does it have to do with the coherence of the natural world?Welcome to COMPLEXITY, the official podcast of the Santa Fe Institute. I'm your host, Michael Garfield, and every other week we'll bring you with us for far-ranging conversations with our worldwide network of rigorous researchers developing new frameworks to explain the deepest mysteries of the universe.This week on the show, we speak with mathematician and composer Dmitri Tymozcko at Princeton University, whose work provides a new rigor to the study of the Western canon and illuminates “the shape of music” — a hyperspatial object from which all works of baroque, classical, romantic, modern, jazz, and pop are all low-dimensional projections. In the first conversation for this podcast with MIDI keyboard accompaniment, we follow upon Gottfried Leibniz's assertion that music is “the unconscious exercise of our mathematical powers.” We explore how melodies and harmonies move through mathematical space in ways quite like the metamorphoses of living systems as they traverse evolutionary fitness landscapes. We examine the application of information theory to chord categorization and functional harmony. And we ask about the nature of randomness, the roles of parsimony and consilience in both art and life.If you value our research and communication efforts, please subscribe, rate and review us at Apple Podcasts, and consider making a donation — or finding other ways to engage with us — at santafe.edu/engage. You can find the complete show notes for every episode, with transcripts and links to cited works, at complexity.simplecast.com.Thank you for listening!Join our Facebook discussion group to meet like minds and talk about each episode.Podcast theme music by Mitch Mignano.Follow us on social media:Twitter • YouTube • Facebook • Instagram • LinkedInMentions and additional resources:All of Tymoczko's writings mentioned in this conversation can be found on his Princeton.edu websiteYou can explore his interactive music software at MadMusicalScience.comThe Geometry of Musical Chordsby Dmitri TymoczkoAn Information Theoretic Approach to Chord Categorization and Functional Harmonyby Nori Jacoby, Naftali Tishby and Dmitri TymoczkoThis Mathematical Song of the Emotionsby Dmitri TymoczkoThe Sound of Philosophyby Dmitri TymoczkoSelect Tymoczko Video Lectures:Spacious Spatiality (SEMF) 2022The Quadruple HierarchyThe Shape of Music (2014)On the 2020 SFI Music & Complexity Working Group (with a link to the entire video playlist of public presentations).On the 2022 SFI Music & Complexity Working GroupFoundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics Institute at SFIShort explainer animation on SFI Professor Sidney Redner's work on “Sleeping Beauties of Science”The evolution of syntactic communicationby Martin Nowak, Joshua Plotkin, Vincent JansenThe Majesty of Music and Math (PBS special with SFI's Cris Moore)The physical limits of communicationby Michael Lachmann, Mark Newman, Cristopher MooreSupertheories and Consilience from Alchemy to ElectromagnetismSFI Seminar by Simon DeDeoWill brains or algorithms rule the kingdom of science?by David Krakauer at Aeon MagazineScaling, Mirror Symmetries and Musical Consonances Among the Distances of the Planets of the Solar Systemby Michael Bank and Nicola Scafetta“The reward system for people who do a really wonderful job of extracting knowledge and understanding and wisdom…is skewed in the wrong way. If left to the so-called free market, it's mainly skewed toward entertainment or something that's narrowly utilitarian for some business firm or set of business firms.”– Murray Gell-Mann, A Crude Look at The Whole Part 180/200 (1997)Related Episodes:Complexity 81 - C. Brandon Ogbunu on Epistasis & The Primacy of Context in Complex SystemsComplexity 72 - Simon DeDeo on Good Explanations & Diseases of EpistemologyComplexity 70 - Lauren F. Klein on Data Feminism: Surfacing Invisible LaborComplexity 67 - Tyler Marghetis on Breakdowns & Breakthroughs: Critical Transitions in Jazz & MathematicsComplexity 46 - Helena Miton on Cultural Evolution in Music and Writing SystemsComplexity 29 - On Coronavirus, Crisis, and Creative Opportunity with David Krakauer

Anime Out of Context
Episode 210 - Hunter x Hunter

Anime Out of Context

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 126:35


This week, Remington is back and there's some truly momentous news as well! To celebrate the upcoming release of 4 new chapters of Hunter x Hunter, Shaun has decided to have us watch the first 14(ish) episodes of the 2011 adaptation! Meanwhile, Remington uncovers a conspiracy and later inspires Dylan to write a parody of Harvey Danger's "Flagpole Sitta". If you'd like to give us feedback, ask a question, or correct a mistake, send an email to AnimeOutOfContext@gmail.com or tweet at us @AnimeConPod.  Visit our Patreon at patreon.com/AnimeoutofContext if you would like to contribute to the show and get bonus content ranging from clips from our pre-episode banter, to our prototype Episode 0, to even getting shoutouts in the show!  Intro and Outro are a trimmed from "Remiga Impulse" by Jens Kiilstofte, licensed by MachinimaSound to Anime Out of Context under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 which has been modified by the licensor for the licensee to allow reproduction and sharing of the Adapted Material for Commercial purposes

Caribbean Cricket Podcast
Caribbean identity in the West Indian cricket context

Caribbean Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 66:40


Episode 67 is here! If you know anything about the Caribbean Cricket Podcast you'll know we love to talk about the history and culture of our region as much as the cricket itself. With that in mind it was always an intention of ours to record an episode looking at Caribbean identity and what that actually means in the West Indies cricket context. For this episode Machel was joined by his father Professor Roderick Hewitt, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), MPhil focused in Theology/Theological Studies, to analyse whether the West Indies is a failed construct? Is there any such thing as a true Caribbean identity? The recording was done with a live You Tube audience so it does include many of their comments as part of the conversation. If you'd like to support the Caribbean Cricket Podcast you can become a patron for as little as £2 a month here - https://www.patreon.com/Caribcricket?... You can also find out more about Caribbean Cricket Podcast on our website at - https://www.caribbeancricketpodcast.com/ If you would prefer to watch the episode on You Tube. You can watch it here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2eNlLz4mcI  

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. Neutralizing Workplace Racism 06/17/22

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly summit on Neutralizing Workplace Racism. We barely survived Memorial Day and may not live to see Independence Day. In the interim, we'll have to make do with Juneteenth. A number of Whites have already voice their stringent opposition to this event becoming a paid federal holiday. If this day is "recognized" on your job, be prepared for tackiness and heaps of direct Racism. Kente cloth napkins, Wal-Mart's Juneteenth sorbet and buckets of fried chicken. We'll also revisit Covid-19 impact on the workplace. It may seem like things are back to "normal;" however, that is not the case. In Oregon, a number of White enforcement officials rejected all policies to ensure a safe working environment. They refused the mandatory vaccine and also flaunted regular testing requirements for unvaccinated staff. This sort of misconduct has been widespread for the duration of the Covid-19 crisis. Don't allow these antics to compromise your own commitment to health and safety. #IsYourCoWorkerPaytonGendron #Juneteenth #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

#MATTER
Context #MATTERs: The Police Origin Story

#MATTER

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 22:51


Part One, in a two-part documentary follow-up to the audio drama #MATTER, traces modern policing down to its roots, and considers unexamined repercussions joined by some of the nation's leading activists, historians, and thinkers. This episode is brought to you in collaboration with ONEOPP, a social justice coalition working to end police brutality. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Double Pivot: Soccer analysis, analytics, and commentary
Analytics is about Context: Premier League Transfers Edition

The Double Pivot: Soccer analysis, analytics, and commentary

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 40:19


Fabio Carvalho, Marc Cucurella and Yves Bissouma are all at different stages in the transfer rumor to actual transfer process, all generally look like good players that good teams are right to target, but all are complicated to evaluate analytically because of the different tactical contexts in which they have produced.(We also talk about Bissouma's sexual assault arrest and how we think about a less cut-and-dried but still troubling story.)Support the show

Notícies Migdia
El context incert fa perdre llocs de feina

Notícies Migdia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


El context incert fa perdre llocs de feina

The New Church
Honoring the Outpouring of the Spirit in the Context of Faith | Pastor Poju Oyemade | Next Conference'22 | Day 4

The New Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 85:21


Welcome to The Gathering, Day 4 of the Next Conference 2022! Thank you for joining us to stay thoroughly equipped by the Word and Spirit in taking territories for God across diverse mountains of influence; Family, Business, Religion, Politics, Education, Media, and Arts. Welcome to the future!!! To know more about The Next Conference, please visit http://www.tnxc.org/ —— About Speaker Poju Oyemade is the Senior Pastor of Covenant Christian Nation. Pastor Poju has spent over 25 years passionately serving others by teaching biblical insights to be applied in everyday living to see life-changing results. Poju Oyemade also hosts regular Faith Seminars, Singles' Summits, Financial and Business seminars, and an Annual Conference known as “WAFBEC”. —— Subscribe to the latest sermons: http://bit.ly/subscribethenewlive We are a Family of Love, led by Pastor Shola Okodugha. To get involved and be in the loop about everything that is happening in our strong church community click here: http://wearethenew.org/ —— Stay Connected: The New Church Website The New Church Facebook The New Church Instagram The New Church Twitter #NXC2022 #WeAreTheNew #TheNewChurch #TheNextConference #TheGathering #sholaokodugha

Brainstorm Brewery – Brainstorm Brewery
Context For Your Heartburn | Brainstorm Brewery #498 | Magic Finance

Brainstorm Brewery – Brainstorm Brewery

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 61:57


Corbin (@CHosler) is gone but DJ (@Rose0fThorns) and Jason (@jasonEalt) have brought on EDHRec Cast's Dana (@Danaroach) to the pod to talk about the new Commander Legends set and much more Make sure to check us out on Youtube because everything is better with video. https://www.youtube.com/user/BrainstormBrewery 02:45 Jason's Head Explodes 06:54 Commandfest Richmond and Las...

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. Catherine Pelonero's Absolute Madness: Racism & Black Misandry in Buffalo Part 5

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy hosts the fifth study session on Catherine Pelonero's 2017 publication, Absolute Madness: A True Story of a Serial Killer, Race, and a City Divided. Since we started this book, Buffalo's most recent White Terrorist, Payton Gendron, was charged with 10 counts of first degree murder and one count of a Domestic Act of Terrorism Motivated by Hate in the First Degree. The latter charge is unprecedented in New York state history. Last week, we heard about a cross burning on the east side of Buffalo in 1980. Pelonero quotes enforcement officials who said they concluded black people ignited the fire to add to the conflict around the killings of black males. Many black people in the Buffalo area did not "turn the other cheek." Pelonero describes how numerous black residents confronted unfamiliar White people, launched rocks at passing White motorists, and even killed a White Man, Terence Mills. Jesse Jackson Sr. visited west New York in October of 1980 to appeal for calm and encourage black people to vote. We also heard important details about the killing and mutilation of Ernest "Shorty" Jones. Witnesses said two White men voiced disgust with Jones having a White girlfriend. One White Man verbally confronted Jones hours before his murder and even admitted to a Witness that he was the "22 Caliber Killer." #LetsGoBuffalo #JosephGChristiopher #PaytonGendron #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

The Best of the Money Show
Shadow Boards: what are they and how do they apply in the corporate South African context

The Best of the Money Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 7:22


Guest: Savanna  Stephens | Senior Associate: Corporate and Commercial at CMS South Africa  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Develop This: Economic and Community Development
DT #405: The Emancipator - Adding Context to Racial Justice and Equity Discussions

Develop This: Economic and Community Development

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 42:43


Economic development organizations are increasingly participating in and leading discussions on equity and inclusion.  In this episode, Amber Payne and Deborah D. Douglas with The Emancipator join Dennis and Guest Host Tracye McDaniel for a deep discussion on reframing the conversation around racial justice and equity. When it comes to mass media coverage of issues related to race, equity, and policy, the stories often lacks appropriate historical context. That's where The Emancipator comes it.  This online publication is a collaboration between The Boston Globe and Boston University's Center for Antiracist Research. Tune in to find out more about this collaboaration straight from the Co-Editors In Chief. Read The Emancipator Connect with Tracye McDaniel, TIP Strategies More about Amber Payne, Co-Editor In Chief of The Emancipator More about Deborah D. Douglas, Co-Editor In Chief of The Emancipator

Screaming in the Cloud
Working Smarter with Oki Doki and Marie Poulin

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 39:09


Full Description / Show Notes Marie talks about Oki Doki's primary product, Notion Mastery (2:38) Corey and Marie talk ADHD diagnosis and how it has impacted their lives and work (4:26) Marie and Corey discuss techniques they've developed for coping with ADHD (11:22) Corey and Marie talk about workarounds for people with ADHD who want to adopt something like Notion (16:13)  Marie discusses the importance of being excited about the tools you're employing (18:54) Corey and Marie talk about finding tools that work for you (26:43) Marie and Corey discuss the unique challenge of teaching skills versus dumping knowledge (30:35) About Marie PoulinMarie teaches business owners to level up their digital systems, workflow, and knowledge management processes using Notion.She's the co-founder of Oki Doki and creator of Notion Mastery, an online program and community that helps creators, entrepreneurs and small teams tame their work + life chaos by building life and business management systems with Notion.Diagnosed with ADHD at age 37, Marie is especially passionate about helping folks customize their workflows and workspaces to meet their unique needs and preferences.She believes that Notion is especially powerful for neurodivergent folks who have long struggled to adhere to traditional or rigid project management processes, and may need a little extra customization and flexibility.When she's not tinkering in Notion or doing live trainings, you can find her in the garden, playing video games, or cooking up some delicious vegetarian tacos.Links Referenced: Oki Doki: https://weareokidoki.com/ Personal website: https://mariepoulin.com Notion Mastery: https://notionmastery.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/mariepoulin TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by Honeycomb. When production is running slow, it's hard to know where problems originate. Is it your application code, users, or the underlying systems? I've got five bucks on DNS, personally. Why scroll through endless dashboards while dealing with alert floods, going from tool to tool to tool that you employ, guessing at which puzzle pieces matter? Context switching and tool sprawl are slowly killing both your team and your business. You should care more about one of those than the other; which one is up to you. Drop the separate pillars and enter a world of getting one unified understanding of the one thing driving your business: production. With Honeycomb, you guess less and know more. Try it for free at honeycomb.io/screaminginthecloud. Observability: it's more than just hipster monitoring.Corey: DoorDash had a problem. As their cloud-native environment scaled and developers delivered new features, their monitoring system kept breaking down. In an organization where data is used to make better decisions about technology and about the business, losing observability means the entire company loses their competitive edge. With Chronosphere, DoorDash is no longer losing visibility into their applications suite. The key? Chronosphere is an open-source compatible, scalable, and reliable observability solution that gives the observability lead at DoorDash business, confidence, and peace of mind. Read the full success story at snark.cloud/chronosphere. that's snark.cloud slash C-H-R-O-N-O-S-P-H-E-R-E.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. Today I'm joined by Marie Poulin, the CEO of Oki Doki. Marie, thank you for joining me.Marie: Thank you for having me. I'm excited.Corey: So, let's start at the very beginning. What does Oki Doki do? And for folks listening that is O-K-I D-O-K-I, so you might want to have to think about that if you're doing the Google approach of, “What is this thing?”Marie: Well, at the moment, the majority of our products and services are surrounded by helping people learn how to use Notion to manage their life and business. So, it's only a pivot that we took in the last couple of years, and so our signature program is a course called Notion Mastery. So, there's four full-time employees now and that's what we do. We design live trainings, we have a forum, we have a curriculum. It's all products and services related to Notion.Corey: That is an interesting pivot that you can wind up going through. Please tell me I'm not the first person to make the observation that you called it Oki Doki and you've turned yourself around.Marie: [laugh]. You are the first, Corey? [laugh].Corey: Oh, good. I am broken like that, so that's kind of awesome. So, you've been more or less doing—I don't know the best way to frame this, so my apologies if I'm getting it wrong—but the idea of well, what are you selling? Knowledge. You're selling an understanding of how to improve things, you're selling a better outcome.And it's easy to look at that and say, “Oh, you're selling education.” No, you're selling understanding. Education is the way that you get there because at least at the moment, you can't just jack gigabytes of data directly into people's head without going to prison for it. Or raising a whole boatload of VC money.Marie: [laugh]. I mean, you can also say you're kind of selling an outcome, right? You're selling this future version of who someone wants to be. And so, we talk a lot about—you know, on our sales page, we get a lot of compliments on our sales page, but just speaking to the scattered mind, you know, feeling like a shitshow, feeling like you don't really have all your data in one place. You know, it's learning how to improve your workflow at work but also in life as well.And so, a lot of our language speaks to the sort of future version of yourself. Like, stop feeling scattered, stop feeling stretched thin. Let's actually get it so that you turn things into a well-oiled machine. So, you could say we're selling a dream. [laugh].Corey: This is an interesting direction to take this conversation in because I don't normally talk about this. But why not; we'll give it a shot. It's been sufficiently long since the last time. Last year—you've been very public about this—you were diagnosed with ADHD. I periodically talk about the fact that I was diagnosed with it myself—back when it was called ADD—when I was five years old.So, growing up I always knew that there was something neurodivergent about me. And the lesson I took away from this, as someone growing up with a lot of the limitations—yes, there are advantages but at the time, all I saw were limitations—about, “Well, what is ADHD?” It's like, oh, okay. They sat down and explained it to me. And it's not what they said, but it was, “See, this is the medical reason why you suck.”And that was not the most constructive way of framing it. In adulthood, talking to other people who have been diagnosed with this, especially later in life. There's a—it's a spectrum disorder. It winds up impacting an awful lot of people differently, but the universal experience that I hear is, wait, you mean there's a reason that I am the way that I am? It's not that I'm lazy. It's not that I'm shitty at things. It's not that I'm—Marie: Yeah.Corey: —careless. And that is one of those things that just is transformative. I didn't realize at the time how fortunate I was to be diagnosed that early on because trying to try to figure out why am I getting fired all the time? Why do I get bored doing the same thing too many days in a row, so I start causing problems for other people? What is going on with this? Why do I have this incredible opposition to anything that remotely resembles authority, et cetera, et cetera?Not all of this might be ADHD traits, but here I am. And my only solution after, you know, deciding that I didn't really want to set a world record for number of times getting fired was, well, I guess I'll start my own company because that at least to get fired, it's going to take some work. You figured this out while you were already self-employed.Marie: Yes.Corey: What was that like?Marie: What was it like to find out that I finally had an answer or reason for, maybe, past behaviors? [laugh].Corey: Right. Because it's the simultaneous, “Oh, my God, there's a reason that I am like I am,” and then followed immediately by, “I still am the way that I am. Huh. Okay.” It feels like it helps things, but it also doesn't help things. But it does, and it comes back around. What was your experience with it?Marie: Yeah, it started because I was doing research to understand my sister better because she had been diagnosed with ADHD for a couple years. It made so much sense once I kind of understood and started researching a little bit more about it. And then, of course, doing my deep-dive research. I'm hearing all these traits that I'm like, “Oh. Wait, that does really sound like me.” The not being able to wake—Corey: What do you [mean 00:07:01]—Marie: —up in the morning—Corey: ADHD trait? Everyone does that. Wait.Marie: [laugh]. Yeah. When you said that enough times, you're like, “Oh, wait. Maybe this is not normal.” Or you don't really know what is—what is normal anyway, right? So, in doing that research, trying to connect with her, trying to understand her experience better, I just started learning about more and more of these traits.I also knew a shit ton of people in our course, had mentioned that they had ADHD in their intake form, and I was like, what is it about people that ADHD that are actually drawn to my YouTube videos or my way of explaining things? And I started to learn a little bit more; it's quite common for folks with ADHD to be drawn to one another, probably because of our communication styles, even the sort of mild interrupting, or kind of the way we banter together. There's different styles of communicating that I think often folks with ADHD are maybe drawn to one another or have an easier time understanding one another. So, listening to some of these symptoms, I was like, “Wait a second.” Because my sister and I are so different in the way our symptoms present.I thought, “Well, that's what ADHD looks like.” It's pure unbridled chaos and unfiltered. And I just had this idea of what it looked like because she was one of the few examples that I had. Meanwhile, I'm skipping grades, I'm in the gifted program, I'm off, you know, doing my own thing. It looked very different.I thought, “Oh, people with ADHD don't thrive in university,” or whatnot. So, I had a lot of assumptions that I had to unpack. And I think the one, sort of, I don't know, symptom that kind of twinged something in my brain was extreme difficulty getting up in the morning and even sort of waking up your brain in the morning. This has been a problem with jobs, it's been a problem was school, getting to school on time, getting to work on time. Similar to you, it has caused job loss, it has caused tension with partners. They don't understand, like, why can't you get out of bed and seize the day?And I just thought, “There's something weird going on there with my body.” But I can be, you know, wide awake at 7 p.m. and I'm, like, ready to go. And I can hyperfocus for days on end. So, just noticing some of these symptoms and kind of unpacking it a bit, I thought, “Okay, there's something to go a little deeper in here.”Corey: I have trouble getting up, but I'm almost never late. That one does not hit me in quite the same way. In fact—Marie: Well—Corey: —my first consulting clients, and I'd been building—I was independent for two weeks at that point, and I was in an in-person meeting in San Francisco and one day, I showed up 20 minutes late, and he just stared at me. “You're never late. What's the deal here?” And it's like, “Yeah, I had trouble getting up this morning.” That was a lie.I was able to tell him about three or four months later, that morning, I found out I was going to be a father. And that was an—you know, it turns out that I was going to be okay being late, but it was so early, you didn't want to tell anyone, yet. But it was—yeah, it's one of those things where that was more important than—Marie: Absolutely.Corey: —doing the work thing. But I still remember, yeah, I feel like I'm always about to be late but apparently my reputation is, I never am, so okay. I'll take it. That is a—again, it is a spectrum disorder. I also—Marie: Absolutely.Corey: —further there want to call out for viewers, listeners, et cetera, a couple of things. One, this is not mental health advice. If any of the stories we're telling resonate, talk to a qualified mental health professional. Secondly, I want to be clear as well here, Marie, that you and I both have significant advantages when it comes to dealing with these things. We both run our own companies, we can effectively restructure the way that we work in ways that are more accommodating for what we do.It turns out that in my employment days, that was never really a solution where, “Yeah, I decided I'm not going to wind up doing the on-call checklist every day. It doesn't resonate with me.”Marie: “Just not feeling like it.”Corey: “It's doing the same thing too many days in a row. And yeah, I'm not going to check the backups, either. What do you mean ‘I'm fired?'” yeah, it turns out, you're not able to—you're empowered to make those kinds of sweeping changes in the same way.Marie: Exactly.Corey: So, this is not advice for people. This is simply a pair of experience reports, the way I view it.Marie: Absolutely. I sort of feel like self-employment wasn't necessarily a choice, in a way. It just felt like that's the only way I'm going to be able to operate in this world. I need some more sense of control and say in how I structure my days, how I structure my work, being able to switch things up, being able to pivot quickly. I knew that I was going to need more control over that. So yeah, pretty unemployable over here. [laugh].Corey: So, once you wound up with the diagnosis, what happened next? What changes did you make that wound up resonating for you, things that were actionable? And, yeah, you've been very public about it as well. I want to highlight that. I'm not, for the most part.And part of that is because I internalized growing up that it was somehow a shameful thing that we don't talk about. And the other part of it, too, on some level, was I didn't want to turn it into a part of my brand identity, where, “Oh, yeah, Corey is very hard to describe.” So, people thrash around and look for labels to slap on me. ‘Shitposter' seems to have stuck rather well. Because as soon as people feel that they have a label for something, it becomes easier to classify and then dismiss it.It's aspects of my personality. It's who I am. I don't think of it as a disorder so much as it is part and parcel of who and what I am. And it turns out that being me is not—yet—a medically recognized diagnosis. So, I'm cautious to avoid the labeling aspect of it.But you have very publicly not, if not going for the label, you at least embraced it as an aspect of who you are, and you've been very vocal about your experiences and telling people how you have overcome aspects of this. It's admirable. I wish I did more of it, honestly.Marie: I think it's kind of essential, I think, in the nature of what we're teaching. Like, when we're teaching people to become more organized and we know that executive dysfunction is one of the signs or, you know, issues with ADHD, to me it sort of recontextualized why I became so freakin' obsessed with systems and organization: because I never felt organized. I always felt the sense of what is the stuff come so easy to other people? Why is it taking me so much longer? Why am I spending nights, evenings, taking courses about systems like I'm trying to understand how to give my life structure?And so, in a way, the way I have become organized was trial by fire, just teaching myself, learning, you know, getting coaches. Like, I literally had a systems coach to teach myself how to get my business organized. So, I had kind of obsessed over it, like a hyperfocus. And so, realizing that other people are struggling with this and there's a reason that people with ADHD are coming to the course seeking that sense of control. And so, learning that I had it, I was like, oh, this actually [laugh] does explain, in a way, my obsession with this or my curiosity about this, of, like, why does this come easy to some other people? Why do some people need to study this and learn this? Like, what is it about that?And so, I sort of felt like it would be doing a disservice if I didn't kind of name it and talk about it and say, well, this actually colors a lot of my opinions. This actually influences the way I approach organization or even productivity, not from a timing perspective, but from an energy management perspective. I didn't realize that was something that I'm doing. I'm not managing time, we're managing Marie's energy. And even my team is learning how to do that, too.So, I was like, “Oh, that actually makes a ton of sense.” And it also makes sense why some people won't resonate with this energy management thing or might think I'm going way too far down a rabbit hole on something and they're like, “Why can't people just do what they say?” Like, you don't understand, some of us need to trick ourselves into being productive. And this is how I've learned to do that. So, it was just kind of a funny recontextualizing or uncovering, oh, our brains operate very differently. And even within ADHD, people's brains operate differently, so how do we get people moving toward progress, but knowing that we kind of need different ways of doing that. So, it's just been kind of an interesting process.Corey: There's a fairly common experience report from folks who have ADHD that when they're kids, their memory is generally very good with a number of expressions of it, so we form our self-image in a lot of those times. And then for the rest of our lives, we tell ourselves the same lie, regardless of how many times it has proven to be a lie. And that lie is, “I don't need to write this down. I'll remember it.”Marie: Oh yes.Corey: “No, Corey, you will not remember it. You need to write it down. I promise.” And, for example, right now—I finally gave in and technology leapt ahead to the point where my entire life is run by Google Calendar—specifically three or four of them—that all route through Fantastical—which is the app I use—but it winds up grabbing my attention at the right time. It tells me what I need to do, when, and how, and it's wonderful.Because if it's not on my calendar, it does not happen.Marie: Yes.Corey: Like, I will forget our anniversary, my kids' birthdays, to pick my children up from school. We are talking about, if it is not on my calendar, it does not happen. That is the one system that has been forced on me that worked. Then we—let's talk about Notion for a minute because I looked at it briefly a few years ago, and it is one in the long, long, long list of tools or approaches or systems that I have played with and then discarded to act as basically an auxiliary brain pack. I used Evernote for a while and that sort of worked because I just would do different notes all the time and I'd wind up with 3000 of those things, and then the app gets bloaty and I move on to something else.For the last five years or so I've been using Drafts, a Mac slash iOS app, that only does text, which makes image management and attaching things kind of hard, but okay. And that's great, and now I have 5000 of those in my [back 00:16:25] folder, not categorized or organized anyway, so I focus instead on well, search for terms and hope I use the term I thought I did at the time. And so, every time I've tried to use something like Notion, it's yeah, this requires a way of thinking that I know I will get excited about if I look at it, and in a month, I'll be right back to where I am now. So, there's only so many times you go on the same ride before you know how it ends. How do y—like, that feels like a very common experience. How did you fix it?Marie: I think at the core though, you kind of have to be excited about the tool that you're using. And so, I don't think—Notion is not going to be an exciting fun tool for everyone. Some people are going to be like, “I don't want to frickin' build my productivity system. Are you kidding me? Like, just give me something that works out of the box.” Absolutely.But I think there's something about the visual components of Notion. Like, I am a designer; I went to design school. I think I'm—it's almost like something doesn't click until I see it in the way that I need to see it. And that's something I've learned about my brain is just, sometimes the same information can be presented to me, but if it's not in a visual way, or whether it's not spaced in the right way, my brain just kind of ignores it or it gets overwhelmed by it. And so, for me that visual aspect actually helps me learn.I'm priming my brain, I'm making my goals front and center. The fact that I can design it the way I need my brain to see it is part of its appeal to me. But I also recognize that's not something everyone gets excited about. They're not drawn to it. I'm all for using the tool that works the way that your brain is going to work.I get excited about making databases. I get excited about building glossaries of information to help me learn things. Like, for me, that's part of my learning and part of my process and it's just kind of what I'm used to, but I fully acknowledge, like, that stuff does not get everybody excited.[midroll 00:18:03]Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friend EnterpriseDB. EnterpriseDB has been powering enterprise applications with PostgreSQL for 15 years. And now EnterpriseDB has you covered wherever you deploy PostgreSQL on-premises, private cloud, and they just announced a fully-managed service on AWS and Azure called BigAnimal, all one word. Don't leave managing your database to your cloud vendor because they're too busy launching another half-dozen managed databases to focus on any one of them that they didn't build themselves. Instead, work with the experts over at EnterpriseDB. They can save you time and money, they can even help you migrate legacy applications—including Oracle—to the cloud. To learn more, try BigAnimal for free. Go to biganimal.com/snark, and tell them Corey sent you.Corey: There's something very key you're talking about here, which is the idea of having to be excited about what it is that you do. I look at the things that I do professionally, and if I didn't deeply enjoy them, they would not get done, and I would have pivoted long ago to something else. People wonder why—Marie: Absolutely.Corey: —I make fun of so many things in the tech ecosystem. The honest answer is because if I just tell the dry, boring version of it, I will get bored because it's a fairly boring field. Whereas instead, okay, someone releases a new thing. Great. How do I keep it interesting for me? How do I find a way to tell that story?How do I find a way to, in turn, build that into something that, in turn, I can start dragging in different directions and opening up to new ways of talking without going too far? It's always a razor's edge, it's always a bit of a mind puzzle, and it's always different. I love that. That's why I do it. It's not for the audience so much as it is for myself. Because if I'm not engaged, no one else is going to care what I have to say.Marie: Absolutely. And I think that's a huge part of ADHD as well which is that interest-based nervous system, right? It's like we have to [laugh] trick ourselves into finding the excitement in it or whatever that looks like for each of us. But just if I'm not motivated, if I'm not excited about it—writing email newsletters doesn't get me excited; I'm like, “Okay, do I need to hire someone to do this?” Or how can I find a way to do it, whether it's—if making a video is more fun or easy, great.How can I, you know, make content do double-duty in that way? So yeah, I'm always trying to find ways to incentivize myself to do the things that need to get done, even though they may not be the most exciting. But step one is actually run a business that is based on something that you love doing. Which not everyone, maybe, has the privilege to do, but I think everything about the way I've designed my business model and the services that we offer is, don't offer services you don't really want to offer. Don't make products that you don't want to maintain, you're not excited about. So, it's definitely a core part of kind of how we design our whole business model.Corey: For me, a big part of it has always been just trying to make sure that I'm doing the things that engage me. And this is where that whole idea of being in a very privileged position enters into it. Take this podcast slash video right now, as a terrific example. I'm having this conversation, I have an entire system when I wind up sending a link to someone, it fires off Calendly, that hides webhooks and gets a whole bunch of other things set up. I show up, we have a conversation before the show to figure out just this is the general ebb and flow of the show. Here's the generalized topics we want to talk about. Let's dive in.And we finish the recording session. Great, I wind up closing the window and that's the last time I generally think about it. Because everything else has been automated. If anything other than me having this conversation with you does not need to be me, I there is no differentiated value in me being the person that does the audio engineering. It turns out, I can pay people who are world's better than I am at that, who actually enjoy it as opposed to viewing it as unnecessary chore, and I can do things that I find more appealing, like shitposting about a $1.108 trillion—Marie: Exactly.Corey: Company. It comes down to find the thing, the differentiation point, and find ways to make sure you don't have to do the other parts of it. But that is not a path that's available to everyone in every context. And again, I'm talking about this in a professional sense. I still have to do a whole bunch of stuff as I go through the course of my life that is not differentiated, but I can't very well hire someone to get me dressed in the morning. Well, I can but I feel like that becomes a little bit out of the scope of the lived human experience most of the [crosstalk 00:22:29].Marie: [laugh]. Absolutely. I feel like that's one thing I sort of regret not doing earlier is hiring someone to work with. So, the very first hire that I made was my chief of operations, and oh my gosh, the things that she took on that I used to do that I'm like, how on earth did I do that before? Because now that you do that, and you do it way faster, I just got to wonder, like, how the heck did I ever convince myself to do those activities?I don't want to do touch spreadsheets, I don't want to [laugh] deal with that stuff. I don't want to, you know, email reminders, or whatever it is. There's so many activities that she handles that I just… I would be happy to never touch again. And so, I sort of wish I had explored that earlier, but I was in that lone wolf, like, I got this. I'm going to run my own business solo forever.And, you know, I just sort of thought it's difficult to work with me or because of the way that I work, I don't know how to delegate. Like, it's all in your head. I just didn't really know how to do that. So, that process, I think, takes a while. That first hire when you're going from solo person to okay, now we're two; how do we work together? Okay, who else can we hire? What other activities can I get other people to do? So, that's been a process, for sure.Corey: Mike Julian, my business partner who you know, is a very process-driven person. He is very organized. His love language is Microsoft Excel, as I frequently tease him with. And one of the—not the only factor by a landslide, but one of the big early factors of what would—okay, I know what I'd do. What would Mike do here?Part of it is the never-ending litany of mail I get from the state around things like taxes, business registration, the rest. And normally my response when I get those, is I look at it, and it's like, “Welp, I'm going to fucking prison. That's the end of it. The end.” Because it's not that I don't have the money to pay my taxes, I assure you. What, I don't have it—because I—financial planning is kind of part and parcel of how we think about cloud economics.But no, it's the fact that I'm not going to sit there, fill out the form, put a stamp on it—or God forbid, fax it somewhere—and the rest. It's not the paying of the taxes that bothers me it is the paperwork and the process and the heavy lift associated with getting the executive function necessary to do it. So, it never gets done and deadlines slide by. And Mike was good at that for a time, and then he took the more reasonable approach about this of, “Huh. Seems to me like a lot of this stuff is not differentiated value that I need to be doing either.”So, we have a CFO who handles a lot of that stuff now and other operational folks. And it turns out that yeah, wow, there's a lot—I can—the quality of what I put out is a lot better because I get to focus on things instead of having to deal with the ebb and flow minutia of running payroll myself every week.Marie: Oh, yeah. All of that is very relatable. And this is why I can't do paper in the office. I think this is why I just moved my entire brain online. It's like if there's paper, stamps, anything related to having to go [laugh] to a post office to mail something. I think I still have the stack of thank you cards from our wedding from, you know, five years ago. So, yeah. [laugh].Corey: That you haven't sent out yet. Of course.Marie: Yes, exactly.Corey: Exact same—sorry, people 13—11 years ago, whenever it was.Marie: I'm so sorry.Corey: Yeah, one of these years. Yeah, and see, that's exactly how I treat things like Drafts or Notion, if I were to use it, or something else is great, it's still going to be the digital equivalent of a giant pile of paper. The thing is that computers can search through the contents of that paper a hell of a lot faster than I can, even with my own, at times, uncanny reading speed. There's some value to that. So, understanding how the systems work and having them bend to accommodate you, rather than trying to fool yourself in half to work within the confines of an existing system, that seems to be the direction that you're taking Notion in, specifically in the context of it is not prescriptive.And, on some level, that's kind of the problem I have with it. Whenever I try the getting started for us, it's, “Great, you can build your own system.” It's like, “Isn't that your job? What am I missing here?” Because the scariest thing I ever see when it's time for you to write a blog post or whatnot is an empty editor. It's, where do I get started? Where's the rest?I even built a template that I wind up sometimes using text expander to autofill, that gets me started. And it's just get—once I get started, it's great. It's hard to get me started; it's hard to get me to stop, in case no one has been aware of that. But it's been understanding how I work and how that integrates with it. I'm curious, given that you do talk to people who are trying to build these systems for a living for themselves? How common is my perspective on this? Am I out there completely, this unique, beautiful Snowflake? Is it yeah, that's basically everyone? Or somewhere in between?Marie: Oh, I definitely don't think you're alone with that. And again, I often will dissuade people from taking on Notion. I'm like, “Oh, if you're just looking for a note-taker, or you're just looking for something else,” or, “Your tools are already working for you, great. Keep using them.” So, I think it's quite common. I don't think Notion is the right tool for everyone.I think it's great for very visual people like myself, people that it matters how you are seeing your information, and how much information you're seeing, and you want more control over that, that's great. For me, I like the integration. I know that as soon as I'm bouncing around to different tools, like, I just already feel kind of scattered, so I was like, how can I pull everything that I need into these, sort of, singular dashboards. So, my approach is very dashboard-focused. Okay, Marie is going into content mode, it's time to write a blog. Go to the content hub. On the content hub is your list of most recent ideas, your templates for how to write a blog post. There's resources for creating video. It's already there for me; I'm not having to start from scratch like you said.But again, it took time to build that up for myself. So, I think you're not alone, and I think some people get excited about that building process; other people get irritated by it, and I don't think there's a right or wrong answer. It's just how do our brains work? Know thyself. And, yeah, I've sort of—I think also in a way, something that's a little different, maybe, about the way that I use Notion is I think of it as a personal development tool.It is a tool for making me better in different ways. It's for exploring my interests, it's for feeding my curiosity, it's for looking at change over time. I track my feelings every day. I've been journaling for 1300 days in a row, which is probably the only thing I've done consistently in my life [laugh] in the last couple of years. But now I can look and I can see trends over time in a really beautiful and visual way. And I just, to me, it's like a curiosity tool, to see, like, where am I going? Where have I been? What do I want more of?Corey: I need to look into this a bit more because my idea of a well-designed user interface is—I'm very opinionated on this—but it comes down to the idea of where do you use nouns versus verbs in command-line arguments to things you're running in the terminal. Because I was a grumpy Unix sysadmin for the first part of my career—because there's no other kind of Unix sysadmin—and going down that path was great. Okay, everything I'm interacting with is basically a text file piped together to do different things. And it took a while for me to realize, you know, maybe—just spitballing here—there's a better way to convey information than a wall of text, sometimes. Blasphemy.And no, no, it turns out that just because it's hard using the tools I'm used to doesn't mean that's the best way to convey information. And even now, these days, I'm spending more time getting the color theme and the font choices and typeface choices of what I'm doing in the terminal to represent something that's a bit more aesthetically pleasing. Does it actually account for anything? I don't know, but it feels better and there's almost a Feng Shui element of it. Similar to work in a—Marie: Yes.Corey: Clean office versus a messy one.Marie: A hundred percent. I think that's kind of how I think of an approach. I am much more likely to get the things done. If, when I come in and I open Notion, it's like, “Here's what's on today, Marie.” And it's like speaking nicely to me, there's little positive messages, there's beautiful imagery.It just makes me feel good when I'm starting my day. And knowing that how I feel is going to very much influence what I'm likely to accomplish in the day, again, I'm constantly tricking myself into getting [laugh] more excited and amped up about what's on the schedule for the day. So, I really liked that about it. It feels beautiful to me.Corey: I'm going to have to take another look at it at some point. I think that there's a lot of interesting directions to go into on this. I also have the privilege of having known you for a little while, back when you were more or less just getting started. One of the things that you said at the time that absolutely resonated with me was the idea of, wait, you mean build a business around teaching people how to use Notion? Like an info product or a training approach?And a lot of your concerns are the ones that I've harbored for a while, too, which is the idea of there's a proliferation of info products in technical and other spaces, and an awful lot of them—without naming any names or talking in any particular direction—are not the highest quality. People are building these courses while learning the thing themselves. And when they tell stories about it, it's all about, “And this is how I'm making money quickly.” I don't find that admirable; I don't necessarily want to learn how to do a thing from someone who does not have themselves at least a decent understanding themselves of what they're working on so they can address questions that go a bit off into the weeds. And so mu—again, knowing how to do a thing and knowing how to teach a thing are orthogonal concepts. And very often a lot of these info products are being created by people who don't really know how to do either, as best I can tell.Marie: Yes. So, I think you've nailed a point to that, knowing a thing deeply and then knowing how to teach that thing really well are two totally different skills. And I definitely bumped up against that myself. I'm like, I know, Notion inside and out. Like, you know, name something, I can make it, I can optimize it, I can, you know, build a system out of thin air really fast, no problem. I'm a problem solver that way.But to teach someone else how to do that requires very different skills. And I knew [laugh] as I was starting to teach people stuff, I'm like, “You could do this. You could do that.” And I'm like kind of bouncing around and I'm all over the place because I'm so excited about the possibilities. But wait a second.Beginners that are just learning how to use Notion don't need to know every frickin' possible way that you could use it. So, knowing that instructional design, curriculum design is a whole other skill, and I care about student results, it's like, this is a gap that I have, and I want to be an excellent teacher. It matters to me. I actually do want to become a better teacher. I want to have higher quality YouTube videos, I want to make sure that I'm not losing people along the way.I don't just care about making a shit ton of money with an info product; I care about peoples' experience and kind of having that, I don't know, that prestige element. Like, that's something that does matter in terms of producing quality products. So, I hired experts to help me do that because again, it's a not necessarily a strength of mine. So, I think I hired three different people in the course of six months to various consultants and people who understand learning design and that sort of thing. And I think that's something a lot of info product creators. They think of it as just packaging a blog and selling it, right?It's different. When you're teaching a course, for example, your formatting matters, how you display information matters, how you design activities matters. What separates a course from a passive income product or blog, right? We need to think about those things, and I think a lot of people are just like, what's the quickest, you know, buck that I can make on these products and just kind of turn them out. And I don't think every course creator has maybe done the extra legwork to really understand what makes students actually follow through and complete a course. It's hard. It's really hard.Corey: And these are also very different products. There's what you are teaching, which is here's how to contextualize these things and how to build a system around it. There's another offering out there that would be something that would also be very compelling from my perspective where, cool, I appreciate the understanding and the deep systems design approach that goes into this. Can I just give you a brain dump of all the problems that I have with this? You go away and build a system that accounts for all of that.And again, it's the outcome that I care about. There's this belief that oh we want consultants to build by the hour and work hard. No. I don't care. If you listen to this, nod and do the great customer service thing, the Zoom call, and just like, “Okay, that's template number three with three one-line changes. Done. Now, we're going to sit on it for a week so it looks hard.”Which we've all got that as consultants in the early days. And then you turn that around because it's the outcome that I really care about. But that's a different business, that is a different revenue model, that is different—Marie: Yes.Corey: That is not nearly so much a one-to-many, like an info product. That is a one-to-one or one-to-few.Marie: And I did that for the whole first year that the course was being developed and was out there. I was simultaneously consulting with people one-on-one all the time, with teams, with individuals. So, I'm learning about what are all those common challenges that keep popping up over and over again? What are the unique challenges? What are the common ones?And in my experience, what I bumped up against is people think they want to just pay someone to solve that, but then when you give someone a very fleshed out, organized system that they didn't participate in the building, it's a lot harder to get somebody to use it, to plug into a ready-made system. So, in our experience, there's a sort of back and forth. It has to happen in tandem; we do it over time. And you know, in my partner's case, Ben does consulting with companies as well, so he'll meet with them on a weekly basis and working with the different members of the team. So, there is some element of we built you a thing. Let's have you use it, notice where there's gaps, friction, whatever, because it's not a one-and-done process.It's not like, “You gave me all the info. We're good to go.” It's not until people are using it that you're like, “Oh, okay, that's close, but I'm finding myself doing this, or avoiding this, or clicking around too much.” And so, to me, it's a really organic process. But that's not something that I'm as keen to do. And maybe it's because I did it for, like, two years and kind of burnt out on it. I'm like, “I'm done. Like, I'd rather teach folks to do it themselves.” But so a partner does the consulting; I'm doing more of the teaching.Corey: That's what happened to an awful lot of our consulting work here at The Duckbill Group where it was exciting and fun for me for years, and at some point it turned into, I am interested in teaching how to do this a little bit more and systematizing it because I'm starting to get bored with aspects of it. And I was thinking, “Well, do I build a course?” It's, “Well, no. As it turns out that if you have the right starting point, I can hire people who I can teach how to do AWS bill analysis if they have the right starting point.” And it turns out that a lot of those people—read as all of them—are going to be way better at doing the systemic deep-dive across the board, rather than just finding the things that they find personally interesting and significant, and then, “Well, there you go. I did a consulting engagement.” And the output is basically three bullet points scrawled on the back of an envelope.Yeah, turns out that that's not quite the level of professionalism clients expect. Great, so our product is better, we're getting better insight into it, and I get to scratch my itch of teaching people how to do things internally without becoming a critical path blocker.Marie: Yeah, absolutely.Corey: I mean, I have shitposting to get back to. Come on.Marie: Yeah exactly. [laugh]. The important things. Love it.Corey: I really want to thank you for taking so much time to speak with me about all of these things. If people want to learn more—Marie: Absolutely.Corey: —where's the best place to find you?Marie: Yeah, you can find me at mariepoulin.com is where my personal blog, or weareokidoki.com, or notionmastery.com. You can also catch me on Twitter.Corey: And we will put links to—Marie: That's where I am most active. Yeah.Corey: Oh, of course. And all the links wind up going into the [show notes 00:37:42], as always. Thank you so much for your time. I appreciate it.Marie: Thanks for having me, Corey. It was awesome.Corey: Marie Poulin, CEO of Oki Doki. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice—and if it's on the YouTubes smash the like and subscribe buttons—whereas if you've hated this podcast episode, great, same thing, five-star review on whatever platform, smash the two buttons, but also leave an insulting comment and then turn that comment into an info product that you wind up selling to a whole bunch of people primarily to boost your own Twitter threads about how successful you are as a creator.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Today with Claire Byrne
Climate context on curent heatwave

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 12:46


Vincent McAviney, London based journalist; Guy Hedgecoe, freelance journalist in Madrid and Kieran Hickey, climatologist at the Department of Geography in University College Cork.

Scream Scene Podcast
Episode 256 - A Long Con

Scream Scene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 47:15


Your deadicated hosts wrap up 1958 with CORRIDORS OF BLOOD, directed by Robert Day and starring Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee! With a cast and title like that, well, it's gotta be something special! ...right? Context setting 00:00; Synopsis 15:34; Discussion 25:47; Ranking 44:05

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. Why Gus T. Hates Talking to Non-white People? We're Antiblack, Uncodified, & Confused

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy host Gus T. Renegade shares his views after thirteen years of attempted counter-racist broadcasting. For duration of this time on the air, and with strict enforcement the past two years, Gus has always preferred speaking to individuals classified as White. Neely Fuller Jr.'s code book offers questions and suggestions for talking to Suspected Racists - the experts on White Supremacy. Our most recent broadcast with Dr. Shawn Lay is a marvelous illustration of why Gus T. loathes speaking with other Victims of Racism. With a self-professed "expert" White man on the broadcast, non-white listeners interrupted Gus T. and the White guests. Then a non-white listener dialed in with zero questions for Dr. Lay, who admitted to being in a #TragicArrangement He chastised Gus for not employing "sweetness" with White guests and accused me of sitting in the "seat of privilege." #Metaphors This spectator made it clear that he did not love his black brother Gus, he announced that he "identifies" with The Man. Featuring commentary from the late Pamela Evans Harris, Deactivate The White Chip, former C.O.W.S. co-host Justice, and preeminent Critical Race Scholar Chris Rock. #Cowardly #Codification #WhiteIdentified #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

The Saturate Podcast
Disciple-Making in the Inner-City Context

The Saturate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 52:20


  In this episode, Jeff Vanderstelt talks with Myron Pierce, founder of Mission Church, Every Inner City, and Side Hustle Pastor, to learn more about transferable forms of disciple-making in everyday life in the inner-city context.

Springbrook's Converge Autism Radio
Autism and Happiness: From Neurodiversity to Neuroharmony

Springbrook's Converge Autism Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 60:27


Happiness has received little attention in the field of autism spectrum disorders. Outcome and effect studies, for instance, rarely take emotional well-being as a desired outcome. And when the focus is on well-being, it is often from a negative perspective, namely the lack of well-being and quality of life in autism. It is time to take a U-turn in our approach and change from an exclusive focus on what makes autism so different and from a negative, clinical and medical approach to happiness in people with autismhttps://petervermeulen.be/Dr. Vermeulen has an MSc and Ph.D. in Psychology and Educational Sciences and has worked with people with ASD and their families for more than 30 years. He is the founder of “Autism in Context”, where autism is understood in context and has written more than 15 books and many articles on autism that have been published in several countries around the world. Dr. Vermeulen is also the Senior Lecturer at ‘sterkmakers in autisme' (The Autism Strengtheners), a training and education center for autism spectrum disorders.https://petervermeulen.be/

Graphic Support Group Podcast
Episode 26 - Amy Fortunato - Context

Graphic Support Group Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 84:32


Now residing and working in New York City, Amy Fortunato grew up and spent most of her life in Southern California, after she was adopted from Korea as a young child. Amy sat down with us to patiently recount her personal story, dissect her relationship to her identity, talk about her career working with Lorraine Wild’s Green Dragon Studio, and to discuss her evolving relationship with Korea—where she eventually went on to pursue masters studies in Design. We shared a lovely, intimate conversation about how it all informs her design practice, teaching career, and approach to life. Perpetually humble and insightful, Fortunato’s calm strength emerges as a unique force of nature. Please enjoy this special episode and thank you, Amy for your time and generosity. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit graphicsupportgroup.substack.com

Cog-Dog Radio
Skills vs Context

Cog-Dog Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 21:19


When working with any behavior you're trying to influence, you can either choose to train it in the context you'll need it, or you can choose to layer the context in gradually. Which is a better choice, and when? Are there drawbacks to each? Join Sarah as she explores these questions. Patreon: www.patreon.com/cogdogradio Cog Dog Classroom: cog-dog-classroom.teachable.com/

What Works | Small Business Podcast
EP 386: Extra Context: Getting Paid

What Works | Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 20:21


Who doesn't love to get paid? So we're going to talk about how that actually happens. Not the dollars and cents of getting paid, but the form and structure. In the previous two episodes, we examined our relationships to work—both paid and unpaid. And it got me thinking about how we actually account for the ways paid work, well, pays—and especially how that impacts business owners and independent workers. I'm talking the difference between wages and profit, how surplus labor creates profit, and specifically how I structure my own pay in order to have a better perspective on my work. The post EP 386: Extra Context: Getting Paid appeared first on What Works with Tara McMullin.

Shonen Flop
#53 Zan (Ft.Manga Historian MaxyBee)

Shonen Flop

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 62:31


I Zan't believe this was published in Shonen Jump.   We and our guest Manga Historian MaxyBee discuss Naoya Sugita's (SWOT) Shonen Jump manga Zan.    Show Notes: You can reach us at Twitter @shonenflopcast or email us shonenflop@gmail.com   You can find our guest at @MaxyTheBee and https://friendshipeffortvictory.com   Become a member of our community by joining our Discord. You can hang out with us, play games, and even join our comic book discussion club! Find it at https://discord.com/invite/4hC3SqRw8r   Help keep the show running by joining the Shonen Flop Patreon at patreon.com/shonenflop. Get perks like early access to episodes; bonus episodes on series like Witch Watch, Magu-Chan, and Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer; and help us decide future comment   Get Shonen Flop merch, including this episode's cover art, on a shirt, mug, print, or whatever else might catch your eye https://www.teepublic.com/stores/shonen-flop?ref_id=22733   Credits: Shonen Flop is hosted by David Weinberger and Jordan Forbes   Additional editing assistance by Dylan Crider you can find his podcast, Anime Out of Context at animeoutofcontext.com   Episode art by Merliel (IG: mer_liel)   Cover art funded by our generous art benefactor Nigel Francis   Episode transcriptions by The Ghostwriters: Travis “T” Root, OzyRat, and TrafalagarWolfwood. You can find them on our website shonenflop.com   MAL Description:  A samurai manga about a boy named Zan. Zan's father was a legendary swordsman who used a sword which had no blade (think Sakabatou from Ruroken). Zan's father died one day, and ever since, Zan has wanted to follow in his fathers footsteps.   The manga starts off with Zan being transferred to a new high school in his second year. When pushed, Zan somehow becomes super strong and has incredible sword technique that allows him to beat his enemies.

Did That Really Happen?
Back to the Future

Did That Really Happen?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 49:01


This week we're hopping into the DeLorean and going back to 1955 with Back to the Future! Join us as we get into just how creepy and unsettling this movie really is, "parking" with boys, Fantastic Story Magazine, the history of Black mayors in America, Chuck Berry's cousin Marvin, and more! Sources: "The Story of Johnny B. Goode," The Guardian, available at https://www.theguardian.com/music/2007/jun/21/popandrock.vinylword "Johnny B. Goode," Rolling Stone, available at https://web.archive.org/web/20061228112332/http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/6595852/johnny_b_goode Allen St. John, "How Back to the Future Inadvertently Dissed Chuck Berry," Forbes, available at https://www.forbes.com/sites/allenstjohn/2017/03/19/how-back-to-the-future-inadvertently-dissed-late-rock-legend-chuck-berry/?sh=6984fd9e48b7 Jess Yarmosky and Meghna Chakrabarti, "The life and losses of politician Michael Tubbs," On Point WBUR (Nov. 17 2021). https://www.wbur.org/onpoint/2021/11/17/michael-tubbs-stockton-one-of-americas-youngest-mayors-sets-the-record-straight  POV, "Black Mayors: Newark in Context," Street Fight POV PBS. http://archive.pov.org/streetfight/black-mayors-newark-in-context/ "List of first African-American mayors," Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_first_African-American_mayors  Lexi Lonas, "Cities across US elect their first Black mayors," The Hill (Nov. 3, 2021) https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/579813-cities-across-us-elect-their-first-black-mayors/  James D. Wilson, Jr. "The Donaldsonville Incident of 1870: A Study of Local Party Dissension and Republican Infighting in Reconstruction Louisiana," Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association 38, no.3 (1997): 329-45. https://www.jstor.org/stable/4233418  Euell A. Nielsen, "Pierre Caliste Landry (1841-1921)" Black Past (13 July 2016). https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/landry-pierre-caliste-1841-1921/  The Donaldsonville chief. [volume] (Donaldsonville, La.), 27 April 1872. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85034248/1872-04-27/ed-1/seq-3/ and 18 April 1874 https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85034248/1874-04-18/ed-1/seq-3/  Alex Schafran and Lisa M. Feldstein, "Black, Brown, White, and Green: Race, Land Use, and Environmental Politics in a Changing Richmond," Social Justice in Diverse Suburbs: History, Politics, and Prospects, ed. Christopher Niedt (Temple University Press, 2013). https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt14bstxs.11  "Fantastic Story Magazine," Bram Dijkstra Collection of Golden Age Pulp Magazines, SDSU University Library. https://libguides.sdsu.edu/c.php?g=1050496&p=7635274   David Bakan, "Adolescence in America: From Idea to Social Fact," Daedelus 100, 4 (1971) Sandra Hofferth et al, "Premarital Sexual Activity Among US Teenage Women Over the Past Three Decades," Family Planning Perspectives 19, 2 (1987) Meredith GF Worthen, Sexual Deviance and Society: A Sociological Examination, Second Edition. Routledge, 2022. Ryan Gilbey, "How we made Back to the Future," The Guardian (25 August 2014) https://www.theguardian.com/film/2014/aug/25/back-to-the-future-michael-j-fox-christopher-lloyd-how-we-made  https://www.backtothefuture.com/movies/backtothefuture1  Mindi Westhoff, "If Back to the Future Passed the Bechdel Test," HuffPost (20 November 2016) https://www.huffpost.com/entry/if-back-to-the-future-pas_b_8609324  "'Great Scott!' 'Back to the Future' Cast Reunites | TODAY" TODAY (21 October 2015); https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgb3zk-5m4w  Philip Sledge, "Back to the Future: 10 Crazy Behind The Scenes Facts About the Movie," CinemaBlend (8 May 2020) https://www.cinemablend.com/news/2495653/back-to-the-future-crazy-behind-the-scenes-facts-about-the-movie  https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/back_to_the_future  https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/general-news/back-future-review-1985-movie-801103/  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_to_the_Future#Reception 

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. w/ Dr. Shawn Lay: The History of White Terrorism and the KKK in Buffalo, New York

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Dr. Shawn Lay. An emeritus history professor at Coker College in South Carolina, Dr. Lay studies Ku Klux Klan activity and the history of Racism in the United States. Gus discovered his 1995 publication, Hooded Knights on the Niagara: The Ku Klux Klan in Buffalo, New York, while preparing to speak with Anna Blatto. With Payton Gendron's most recent White Terrorist attack at an east Buffalo Tops grocery store, Gus thought Dr. Lay's book should be plastered on media outlets nationwide, along with Joseph G. Christopher's reign of terrorism, to provide accurate historical context. That has not happened. We'll discuss the highly educated, well-to-do White Men who joined the notorious terrorist organization, and we'll highlight the continuity between the KKK concerns of a century ago to the current-day gripes of Payton Gendron and Whites collectively. Interestingly, very early in the text, Dr. Lay reveals that he is married to a "woman of color." And a non-white listener suggested Gus incorporate a bit more "sweetness" when speaking with White guests. He divulged that he "identifies" with White guests who are insulted and "interrogated" by Gus, who operates from the "privileged seat" as an interviewer. #JoesphGChristopher #PaytonGendron #22CaliberKiller #OJSimpson #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. w/ Dr. Shawn Lay: The History of White Terrorism and the KKK in Buffalo, New York

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Dr. Shawn Lay. An emeritus history professor at Coker College in South Carolina, Dr. Lay studies Ku Klux Klan activity and the history of Racism in the United States. Gus discovered his 1995 publication, Hooded Knights on the Niagara: The Ku Klux Klan in Buffalo, New York, while preparing to speak with Anna Blatto. With Payton Gendron's most recent White Terrorist attack at an east Buffalo Tops grocery store, Gus thought Dr. Lay's book should be plastered on media outlets nationwide, along with Joseph G. Christopher's reign of terrorism, to provide accurate historical context. That has not happened. We'll discuss the highly educated, well-to-do White Men who joined the notorious terrorist organization, and we'll highlight the continuity between the KKK concerns of a century ago to the current-day gripes of Payton Gendron and Whites collectively. Interestingly, very early in the text, Dr. Lay reveals that he is married to a "woman of color." And a non-white listener suggested Gus incorporate a bit more "sweetness" when speaking with White guests. He divulged that he "identifies" with White guests who are insulted and "interrogated" by Gus, who operates from the "privileged seat" as an interviewer. #JoesphGChristopher #PaytonGendron #22CaliberKiller #OJSimpson #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

Oldham Lane Church of Christ
Straight Outta Context – Hebrews 10:25

Oldham Lane Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022


We are God's temple, and we come together as a bunch of little temples to form a spiritual house that He bought with the blood of His Son. You should be at worship, not so you can check it off your weekly to-do list, but because you give life to the assembly and you get life from the assembly.

Dewey Bertolini's podcast
James in HD (Part 5) -- In His Faithful Love and Gentle Kindness...

Dewey Bertolini's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 46:08


As you are about to hear in the PODCAST, it's all a matter of perspective, isn't it? POV—Point of view. Ours, or God's? Thank you for listening, and for sharing this message!!! Please remember that depending upon your web browser and connection speed, it may take up to 60 seconds for this podcast to begin to play. God bless you richly as you listen.

Be Good Broadcast
1 Enoch Study - Chapters 6 - 10 - Kingdom In Context

Be Good Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 118:32


Streamed live on Apr 30, 2022 From Kingdom In Context Chapter by chapter. Verse by verse. #enoch #prophecy #contextstudyguide ~~~ Kingdom In Context Follow Sean Griffin @Twitter, Instagram, Facebook Get your Contextual Study Guide of Scripture You can support Sean @PayPal & Patreon Make personal check payable to Sean Griffin @ PO Box 1266, Ft. Collins, CO 80522 ~~~~~~~ From me: Be Good Broadcast I just rebroadcast those spreading The Word Propagate it. Share it. Contact Me My Twitter Please RATE or REVIEW anywhere you can. If you get value from the rebroadcast please consider giving value back. Thanks for listening everybody. My Paypal My CashApp My Subscribestar Or Buy me a coffee --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/begoodbroadcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/begoodbroadcast/support

Negroraguan Podcast
Ep 209- Out Of Context

Negroraguan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 58:32


On this episode: Witnesses of mass shootings in recent weeks are coming forward and discussing the need for reform. We discuss how the bombardment of tragic news has a numbing effect that must be fought but also released. A Bible thumping Texas “Preacher” is falsely claiming that the scripture demands violence against the LGBTQ community. The Agenda is once again winning out over facts. Continued on the next episode. Show Prolog:Brothers Breaking Bread, or the “Triple B Pod”, is a collection of African American professionals, friends, and family that attempt to tackle the important issues of the day. We bring our unique brand of humor, sensitivity, and oftentimes anger to the analysis. The show features Rodger (@KcStork); “The Brothers of Doom” James and Joe; Anthony (10 Meters); Zeb (Da Soulja) Ada (Lady Lavender) Adrian (Slim AC) Kim (To Be Named) and extended #3BPod family. We cut our teeth as podcasters creating nearly 100 episodes of the Negroraguan Podcast, we've kept much of the format and traditions with a few personal touches that come with a new show. We sincerely hope you enjoy, and subscribe to the show. Please contact us on Twitter @Triple_B_Pod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/brothersbreaking.bread.7 or Email: brothersbreakingbreadpod@gmail.comMusic Cred:Show Intro- We Outchea - Joseph JeffersonOutro- It's Over – Joseph JeffersonPhoto Editing:Jason JonesSister Podcast: Psychology of The Hustlehttps://open.spotify.com/show/7LjmJlsStkrqYt5R0bpx6f?si=1eda2251468c4458Title:Out of Context/January 6th Dust UpIntro: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=529350298899707A Mom and her cubs:https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1145671726008461Taking care of teachers:https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/08/us/teachers-uvalde-shooting-grief.html?unlocked_article_code=AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACEIPuonUktbfqYhkTlUbCybIRp87oxSNhfXV2_khmHb6ICXQUjZFyPgUBYfF9F3MaKQlZ8c2237TYu59B4IVZa44yP5DbQsqQhO0o5CAldNVeXU-9IvvASZqh8qUGO00rzWvPjficKIhmOLl4EKMYDTqWPbPwDZ2clYe1Jhmd1ug33cDwqzXQKUiipQlg6BXVt0tTiwAZSKKo_DsFxx1XdyFZRve4QM2MPpLDXCRxZXPruJdL3gBTA7OX3h94m0j6dxDO9lxPa73LRcoesCWkqx9ImHu2-XB6wU4H9meDvL7&referringSource=articleShare&fbclid=IwAR29PgeyW9gl-zMa2dBamaigwyFIo4Ww54hTJxCHs27DYIWbaoywKLclJvIA little dust up:https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2022/06/10/january-6-committee-hearing-schedule/7579400001/Buffalo Soldiers:https://twitter.com/abc/status/1534192879547166722?s=25&t=vpv8X4pKj_q40y6YGjOHMg&fbclid=IwAR0RPbMk7pdCRExq2S7ZglTCB-T_Knpmh8UCKnjFkmaN3QPGwqLPQSc_XkANew New Testament:https://twitter.com/notcapnamerica/status/1534601386738040833?s=25&t=0Is_84m3iCYv3ONBjkonlw&fbclid=IwAR1WDPQryH-qB0d08PBRLuuuw-F44Jrq60g5Vd0pcNZZ4l5bK6ni2rEDFCIhttps://news.yahoo.com/rep-ted-lieu-recites-jesus-230512656.htmlhttps://www.audacy.com/wwl/news/national/pastor-says-that-gay-people-should-be-put-to-deathMississippi Gawd Damn:https://yr.media/news/batesville-mississippi-preschool-shemekia-braylen-ellis-monkey-award-kailyn-rhone/?fbclid=IwAR0lGnBOE0Tt0PG2lado1hL5w2Y5BDxaDJ_gm9uXWOufl6D6ovLDg8fbsLQhttps://www.blackenterprise.com/former-mississippi-cop-who-murdered-black-mistress-ordered-to-pay-2-million-to-her-children/Gun Running:https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ny-manhattan-gun-dealer-busted-20220607-qmnxtqitqbf7hc5bjaupnvfj7e-story.html?fbclid=IwAR2sDdXmWxcbhzdx8bjYzsfyDi2pPaLTCktjZ9qcprQlZIHdU6Dq8lN4BP8Happy Endings:https://theovertimer.com/2022/06/superstar-nfl-qb-deshaun-watson-s-lead-attorney-has-no-problem-with-a-happy-ending-while-watson-is-in-trouble-for-them/?fbclid=IwAR3Rjp7nLlNh6yU5OjvMhhL7zbuDdlShbtEmMg3OTG_Tjme6ufxc_7tLd9gRacist Gear:https://twitter.com/therecount/status/1534582934480592896?s=25&t=iNgDkL5lzzCBGZ46KJfmTQ&fbclid=IwAR2Em95_iYMaTZYPmc3Is0-70t0FM4oINZ-Gde1dO6aW1HXf2UGQUuK-OYchttps://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/washington-commanders-defensive-coach-jack-del-rio-fined-100k-calling-rcna33032Best Albums?????:https://www.rap-up.com/2022/06/08/rolling-stone-200-greatest-hip-hop-albums-of-all-time/Black Love:https://madamenoire.com/1316492/jack-harlow-black-women/?fbclid=IwAR3lc6LW7_Eo74DdhhDvGX5otuRCmAEBWLpXQVwyqx-LtAfWFMP3quIPBKgCannonization:https://www.tmz.com/2022/06/08/nick-cannon-father-abby-de-la-rosa-baby/?fbclid=IwAR3puH2U--9CwkGrmzwghOkmYk-WqNYakODIwzIAcByM1_P_6NE9bGD9bp4https://www.cnn.com/2022/06/09/us/geico-insurance-std-settlement-missouri/index.html?fbclid=IwAR0XvYKarjeP2M_IK6yTrnNdL3RGsP-HKwPyB8CmQtCc5fd52ffTniSCaHcWatchhttps://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=699347908083717&id=100040255414676

Brothers Breaking Bread Podcast
Ep 209- Out Of Context

Brothers Breaking Bread Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 58:32


On this episode: Witnesses of mass shootings in recent weeks are coming forward and discussing the need for reform. We discuss how the bombardment of tragic news has a numbing effect that must be fought but also released. A Bible thumping Texas “Preacher” is falsely claiming that the scripture demands violence against the LGBTQ community. The Agenda is once again winning out over facts. Continued on the next episode. Show Prolog:Brothers Breaking Bread, or the “Triple B Pod”, is a collection of African American professionals, friends, and family that attempt to tackle the important issues of the day. We bring our unique brand of humor, sensitivity, and oftentimes anger to the analysis. The show features Rodger (@KcStork); “The Brothers of Doom” James and Joe; Anthony (10 Meters); Zeb (Da Soulja) Ada (Lady Lavender) Adrian (Slim AC) Kim (To Be Named) and extended #3BPod family. We cut our teeth as podcasters creating nearly 100 episodes of the Negroraguan Podcast, we've kept much of the format and traditions with a few personal touches that come with a new show. We sincerely hope you enjoy, and subscribe to the show. Please contact us on Twitter @Triple_B_Pod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/brothersbreaking.bread.7 or Email: brothersbreakingbreadpod@gmail.comMusic Cred:Show Intro- We Outchea - Joseph JeffersonOutro- It's Over – Joseph JeffersonPhoto Editing:Jason JonesSister Podcast: Psychology of The Hustlehttps://open.spotify.com/show/7LjmJlsStkrqYt5R0bpx6f?si=1eda2251468c4458Title:Out of Context/January 6th Dust UpIntro: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=529350298899707A Mom and her cubs:https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1145671726008461Taking care of teachers:https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/08/us/teachers-uvalde-shooting-grief.html?unlocked_article_code=AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACEIPuonUktbfqYhkTlUbCybIRp87oxSNhfXV2_khmHb6ICXQUjZFyPgUBYfF9F3MaKQlZ8c2237TYu59B4IVZa44yP5DbQsqQhO0o5CAldNVeXU-9IvvASZqh8qUGO00rzWvPjficKIhmOLl4EKMYDTqWPbPwDZ2clYe1Jhmd1ug33cDwqzXQKUiipQlg6BXVt0tTiwAZSKKo_DsFxx1XdyFZRve4QM2MPpLDXCRxZXPruJdL3gBTA7OX3h94m0j6dxDO9lxPa73LRcoesCWkqx9ImHu2-XB6wU4H9meDvL7&referringSource=articleShare&fbclid=IwAR29PgeyW9gl-zMa2dBamaigwyFIo4Ww54hTJxCHs27DYIWbaoywKLclJvIA little dust up:https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2022/06/10/january-6-committee-hearing-schedule/7579400001/Buffalo Soldiers:https://twitter.com/abc/status/1534192879547166722?s=25&t=vpv8X4pKj_q40y6YGjOHMg&fbclid=IwAR0RPbMk7pdCRExq2S7ZglTCB-T_Knpmh8UCKnjFkmaN3QPGwqLPQSc_XkANew New Testament:https://twitter.com/notcapnamerica/status/1534601386738040833?s=25&t=0Is_84m3iCYv3ONBjkonlw&fbclid=IwAR1WDPQryH-qB0d08PBRLuuuw-F44Jrq60g5Vd0pcNZZ4l5bK6ni2rEDFCIhttps://news.yahoo.com/rep-ted-lieu-recites-jesus-230512656.htmlhttps://www.audacy.com/wwl/news/national/pastor-says-that-gay-people-should-be-put-to-deathMississippi Gawd Damn:https://yr.media/news/batesville-mississippi-preschool-shemekia-braylen-ellis-monkey-award-kailyn-rhone/?fbclid=IwAR0lGnBOE0Tt0PG2lado1hL5w2Y5BDxaDJ_gm9uXWOufl6D6ovLDg8fbsLQhttps://www.blackenterprise.com/former-mississippi-cop-who-murdered-black-mistress-ordered-to-pay-2-million-to-her-children/Gun Running:https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ny-manhattan-gun-dealer-busted-20220607-qmnxtqitqbf7hc5bjaupnvfj7e-story.html?fbclid=IwAR2sDdXmWxcbhzdx8bjYzsfyDi2pPaLTCktjZ9qcprQlZIHdU6Dq8lN4BP8Happy Endings:https://theovertimer.com/2022/06/superstar-nfl-qb-deshaun-watson-s-lead-attorney-has-no-problem-with-a-happy-ending-while-watson-is-in-trouble-for-them/?fbclid=IwAR3Rjp7nLlNh6yU5OjvMhhL7zbuDdlShbtEmMg3OTG_Tjme6ufxc_7tLd9gRacist Gear:https://twitter.com/therecount/status/1534582934480592896?s=25&t=iNgDkL5lzzCBGZ46KJfmTQ&fbclid=IwAR2Em95_iYMaTZYPmc3Is0-70t0FM4oINZ-Gde1dO6aW1HXf2UGQUuK-OYchttps://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/washington-commanders-defensive-coach-jack-del-rio-fined-100k-calling-rcna33032Best Albums?????:https://www.rap-up.com/2022/06/08/rolling-stone-200-greatest-hip-hop-albums-of-all-time/Black Love:https://madamenoire.com/1316492/jack-harlow-black-women/?fbclid=IwAR3lc6LW7_Eo74DdhhDvGX5otuRCmAEBWLpXQVwyqx-LtAfWFMP3quIPBKgCannonization:https://www.tmz.com/2022/06/08/nick-cannon-father-abby-de-la-rosa-baby/?fbclid=IwAR3puH2U--9CwkGrmzwghOkmYk-WqNYakODIwzIAcByM1_P_6NE9bGD9bp4https://www.cnn.com/2022/06/09/us/geico-insurance-std-settlement-missouri/index.html?fbclid=IwAR0XvYKarjeP2M_IK6yTrnNdL3RGsP-HKwPyB8CmQtCc5fd52ffTniSCaHcWatchhttps://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=699347908083717&id=100040255414676

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. Compensatory Call-In 06/11/22

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We'll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We'll examine news reports from the past seven days and – hopefully – promote a constructive dialog. #ANTIBLACKNESS Investigations and criminal proceedings related to the insurrection on January 6th, 2021 continue, even though there's still no evidence that Whites will adequately prosecute all of the Whites involved in last year's murder and mayhem. This week, reports continued to emphasize the role of White Supremacists individuals and groups in the Washington D.C. terrorism. Also this week, members of Congress passed gun legislation in response to the most recent public shootings in Uvalde and Buffalo. Most experts have acknowledged these proposals have little chance of being approved by the Senate. In Arizona, enforcement officers watched a non-white male, Sean Bickings, drown in front of them and made no effort to intervene. #BlackChildCare #FakeInterviews #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

Anime Out of Context
Episode 209 - Birdie Wing: Golf Girls' Story

Anime Out of Context

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 53:50


This week, Remington is out sick and Shaun doesn't want to do anything that has any substance. So what has absolutely no substance whatsoever? Golf and our editor Dylan! So come join us as we watch 3 episodes of Birdie Wing: Golf Girls' Story Meanwhile, Dylan types up a self-deprecating episode description. If you'd like to give us feedback, ask a question, or correct a mistake, send an email to AnimeOutOfContext@gmail.com or tweet at us @AnimeConPod. Visit our Patreon at patreon.com/AnimeoutofContext if you would like to contribute to the show and get bonus content ranging from clips from our pre-episode banter, to our prototype Episode 0, to even getting shoutouts in the show! Intro and Outro are a trimmed from "Remiga Impulse" by Jens Kiilstofte, licensed by MachinimaSound to Anime Out of Context under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 which has been modified by the licensor for the licensee to allow reproduction and sharing of the Adapted Material for Commercial purposes

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. Neutralizing Workplace Racism 06/10/22

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly summit on Neutralizing Workplace Racism. We'll review reports the Wells Fargo conducted "fake" interviews under the pretense of commitment to diversity inclusion and equity. Non-white people were interviewed for jobs that were already promised to White candidates. We'll also discuss the tragic shooting death of Dr. Preston Phillips, who was killed in last week's Tulsa, Oklahoma hospital shooting. This is a painful illustration of why non-white people, especially those classified as black, should prioritize their security and well-being and inquire, often if needed, about safety initiatives and workplace violence prevention. We'll also hear updates on Covid-19 in the workplace, and the institutional dangers to black children. #BlackChildCare #FakeInterviews #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

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Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz
Thinking about בִּרְכַּת "לַעֲסֹק בְּדִבְרֵי תּוֹרָה" in the context of the ספר "חובות הלבבות "

Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 25:15


Ten levels of "engaging in the words of the Torah"

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. Catherine Pelonero's Absolute Madness Racism and Black Misandry in Buffalo Part 4

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022


The Context of White Supremacy hosts the fourth study session on Catherine Pelonero's 2017 publication, Absolute Madness: A True Story of a Serial Killer, Race, and a City Divided. Since we started this book, Buffalo's most recent White Terrorist, Payton Gendron, was charged with 10 counts of first degree murder and one count of a Domestic Act of Terrorism Motivated by Hate in the First Degree. The latter charge is unprecedented in New York state history. Last week, Pelonero detailed the gruesome murders of Parler Edwards and Ernest Jones in October 1980. Both black male cab drivers had their hearts extracted after being killed. Erie County District Attorney Ed Cosgrove denied a link between these two mutilations and the four previous shooting deaths of black males. He then pivoted to admonish black people for criticizing White police officers and peddling "divisive, selfish ideas" and conspiracy theories about a Racist plot against black people. Five days after this press conference, the Bowen Homes Day Care Center exploded in Atlanta, Georgia killing 5 black children. This blast, reportedly the result of a gas leak, was concurrent but unrelated to the ongoing "Atlanta Child Murders." The Buffalo/New York and Atlanta attacks of black people would continue and remain unsolved for the remainder of the year. #LetsGoBuffalo #JosephGChristopher #OJSimpson #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

20 Minute Fitness
Everything About Nutrition For Weight Loss (Pt. 1) - 20 Minute Fitness Episode #264

20 Minute Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 21:18


This week on the podcast we began our next 2 part series, this time surrounding the Ins & Outs of Nutrition From the Context of Weight Loss. In Part 1 we cover the very basics such as; what actually is weight loss, how to plan your diet for weight loss, and a few tips and tricks to make the ride easier.With that being said, there are no quick fixes but instead advice on healthy nutrition that, if implemented, will lead to not only to sustainable weight loss but permanent lifestyle changes. This is key as what we must avoid is falling back into old habits and undoing (often times worsening) any progress made.

Brian Lehrer: A Daily Politics Podcast
The Border Patrol Context For The Uvalde Shooting

Brian Lehrer: A Daily Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 23:31


What does the US Border Patrol have to do with the shooting in Uvalde, Texas? On Today's Show:Michelle Garcia, journalist, essayist, Soros Equality Fellow and Dobie Paisano writer-in-residence, and Monica Muñoz Martinez, associate professor of history at the University of Texas-Austin, talk about the border security apparatus at Uvalde, and the history of violence and discrimination at the South Texas and Mexican border.

Enneagram Panels Podcast
Context Matters

Enneagram Panels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 32:02


Sign up for our newsletter at www.theartofgrowth.orgJoin the community! https://www.theartofgrowth.org/communityFollow us on Instagram at ArtofGrowth for more on this subject this month and let us know what you are doing.We use the Enneagram and the best tools we can find to help individuals and organizations transform. Go to our website to sign up for:Enneagram Typing Interview- Discovery SessionOne-on-one coachingGroup coaching- a group of 5 individuals journey together for 3 monthsOur next steps class- what to do when you find out your typeCorporate consulting and training- custom packagesAND MORE...Support the show

The Art of Charm
How To Set Up Your Environment For Your Success | Dr. Emily Sandoz

The Art of Charm

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 59:52


In today's episode, we cover contextual behaviorism with Dr. Emily Sandoz. Emily is a professor of social sciences in the psychology department at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, the director of the Louisiana Contextual Science Research Group, as well as the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Contextual Behavioral Sciences, and has co-authored three books on acceptance and commitment therapy.Changing or eliminating problematic behavior is not as simple as flipping a switch, but what role does your environment play, how can you identify contextual problems in your daily life that are affecting your behavior, and what is the best way to learn new behaviors?What to Listen ForIntroduction – 0:00What is contextual behaviorism and how does the environment influence your ability to change your behavior?Using  – 11:50 How can you use contextual behaviorism to change your problematic behavior?What does it mean to have access to certain behaviors and how do you what behaviors you do have access to?Learning new behaviors – 23:07What is the best way to learn new behaviors?How can you use contextualism to manage your perfectionism?Give better advice with context in mind – 33:00How can you set up your environment to be more conducive to the life you want?How do you shift from a goal-driven mindset to a value-driven mindset and what's the difference?Context matters. That couldn't be more true than with our behavioral development. Our behaviors impact the world around us and the world around us impacts our behaviors. So if you're struggling to change your behaviors, one of the best places to look for a solution is your environment. What is it about your environment that is making it more difficult for you to change? A Word From Our SponsorsDo you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it's a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that's in your way.Did you know that you can get the whole Art of Charm catalog when you subscribe to Stitcher Premium using our link? That's 15 years of podcasts featuring expert guests and toolbox episodes! Sign up today and use Code “CHARM” to get a free month!Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That's an uncomfortable position to be in. Don't want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere!Resources from this EpisodeDr. Emily SandozCheck in with AJ and Johnny!AJ on InstagramJohnny on InstagramThe Art of Charm on InstagramThe Art of Charm on YouTube