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We are blessed Hooligans with the second appearance of The Bearded Black Cowboy Larry Stevenson! He joins the Truth Hooligans to discuss his school of thought on being hard to kill. "Have a plana to kill everyone, but be kind." He breaks down tactics and the mentatlity of training everyday and being aware of your surrondings at all times. We talk jiu-jitsu, martial arts, societal issues and some conspiracies about Joe Biden not being...Joe Biden. Be sure to follow his page in IG @thebeardedblackcowboy and his website if you are interested in training. www.3dmatd.comPlease be sure to check out our social media and follow us on Rokfin our newest platform and hit that notification and SUBSCRIBE button! If you like the show and want to help us out, leave a 5 star review on whatever podcast platform you listen through and be sure to check out our website where you can purchase t-shirts and watch great documentaries that have been pulled from YouTube!Support our affiliates by taking advantage of these amazing deals and offers and putting these incredible products to use!MyPatriotSupply:Worried about where the future may take you and are you concerned with your family's preparedness? Then take your preparedness in your hands and head on over to my patriot supply and stock up on your family's future today!https://mypatriotsupply.com/?rfsn=5202732.5f284bDr.Cowan'sGarden:Dr. Cowan's Garden offers a wonderful array of vegetable powders that will supercharge your health and diet with just one teaspoon! Head on over to the link below and start investing in your future and your children's future with Dr. Cowan's Vegetable Powder!https://lddy.no/ssidMUD/WTR:MUDWTR is a coffee alternative made with organic ingredients lauded by cultures young and old for their health and performance benefits.With 1/7th the caffeine as a cup of coffee, you get focus, energy and immunity without the jitters, crash and dependency. Mud fuels your morning ritual in a way that would make Spartans smile and Buddha proud. 100% USDA-certified organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, kosher and vegan. Whole30 Approved®.https://mudwtr.com/collections/shop?rfsn=6175198.9cdb44&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=6175198.9cdb44Youngevity:In today's world and our modern diets it is virtually impossible to get all the essential nutrients your body needs. The soil is depleted of minerals, therefore we can't consistently get all 90 essential nutrients. This healthy body pack will give you all the 90 essential nutrients your body needs in the most bioavailable and complete way. Quit going to the health food store buying truck loads of products that are not as complete as this simple system. I can tell you that I have personally tried this product and the results are amazing! I have never felt better, more energy, more stamina and my focus is uncanny! My health is literally on top notch because of these products and I believe in it, that is why we support this product and are excited to be working with them which is why our friends have put together a unique WBC package for you the truth hooligans at a discounted price! So don't wait to change your life any longer and click the link in the description of this episode or head on over to our website wbconspiracies.com and click on the affiliates page to get your health kickstarted today! Take back your health, take back your life with these great products from Youngevity!https://wallachwarriors1.groovekart.com/nutrition/287-the-whiskey-special
This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.Part I (00:13 - 05:14)What About Disinformation About Disinformation? Biden Administration Says it Shuts Down Disinformation BoardHow the Biden Administration Let Right-Wing Attacks Derail Its Disinformation Efforts by Washington Post (Taylor Lorenz)Part II (05:14 - 12:22)‘More People Believe in U.F.O.s than Believe in Congress': House Subcommittee Holds Hearings Over Phenomena Still ‘Unidentified'Congress to Hold Its First Hearing on UFOs in More Than 50 Years by Wall Street Journal (Joseph de Avila)UFOs: Few Answers at Rare US Congressional Hearing by BBC NewsAt House Hearing, Videos of Unexplained Aerial Sightings and a Push for Answers by New York Times (Julian E. Barnes)Part III (12:22 - 15:14)Scientists Debate Dispatching Cosmic Roadmap to Earth but Some Are Critical of ‘Celestial Outreach'These Scientists Want to Send Space Aliens a Cosmic Road Map to Earth by Wall Street Journal (Aylin Woodward)Part IV (15:14 - 19:25)Was Jesus in Hell in the Time Between His Death and Resurrection? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart V (19:25 - 21:23)Should We Sing Worship Songs that Come from Doctrinally Aberrant Churches? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart VI (21:23 - 22:56)Would the Reversal of Roe v. Wade Be a Detriment to Religious Liberty? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart VII (22:56 - 25:45)Do We Have to Affirm Creation Ex Nihilo? Didn't God Make Adam Out of Dust? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingSign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning.Follow Dr. Mohler:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTubeFor more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu.For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com.To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.
Content Warning: This episode contains graphic content. Welcome back to the hottest podcast in America, literally. Hosted by FDNY Hero and renowned advocate for firefighters, Rob Serra. September 11 is a painful day in our country's history. And for much of our country it's just that. History. But some people have to live with it every day. They have to live with the effects of the toxins. The trauma. The pain. And it doesn't end there. One of the greatest tragedies of the whole thing is that the trauma is passed along to the children of the first responders. This week we've got one of those kids. She's grown up now, and she's pissed off. Her father died from 9/11 related illness and as a result, like a lot of our guests and people that listen to this show, she became an accidental activist. Bridget Gormley (@bridget_gormley) is film maker, a producer, an activist, and a helper. Her film Dust is focused on the challenges 9/11 first responders face. From the Dust website: ““DUST” highlights the tragedy of the people who relive 9/11 and deal with its deadly legacy on a daily basis. While their lives were spared that day, they now face a mounting health crisis. It serves as a reminder of the ongoing human toll of 9/11 - nearly two decades later. As thousands continue to die, survivors are forced to fight political and legal battles for recognition and compensation. “DUST” brings the tragedy into the painful present where survivors are still burdened by the past. Up until now, the 9/11 narrative has mostly focused on “what happened”. As tens of thousands continue to become sick, “DUST” explores a new direction in the narrative: “What is happening now, and what have we learned”?” She's fighting for the right people. Have her back. Support her film. And don't quit fighting. “Never forget” isn't just a hashtag here. If you're one of America's Firefighters, a first responder, or the family or a friend of one, this is your new home. And no home is complete without a kitchen. Frankie whips up a batch of Firehouse Chili. It's delicious and we think your family will love it. Are you a firefighter that has a great story to share? Send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. And be sure to visit thefirefighters.us for videos, Firefighters merch and more great content. We're bringing the power of the Righteous Media 5 I's: Independence, Integrity, Information, Inspiration and impact. You can also watch video of this show with Bridget and Rob on the Firefighters YouTube page. The Firefighters Podcast with Rob Serra connects, informs and inspires--and is powered by Righteous Media. On social media or www.thefirefighters.us Join the Squad! Become a member today and support this important show. And get access to exclusive content, merch discounts and more. Learn more at: https://www.patreon.com/thefirefighterspodcast Watch video of Rob and Bridget's conversation here: https://youtu.be/1Tda8sFjFRs #StayLow, America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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This is a subject I have avoided writing or speaking about. I think this avoidance was unconscious, but I am now highly aware of it. I am aware of it because at many a time in my life I have suffered from self doubt, imposter syndrome (I didn't even know that existed until two years ago), and confidence issues. This month is particularly bad for me. I could not understand why I would awaken to dread and sadness. I felt on many days no motivation at all. I know I am still healing from grief, but it was more than that. Something was nagging at me, and I realized it was my own self doubt. I have my sailing retreats coming up, and I am excited for them, but there is still availability for my June one. The fact that I have spots available make me feel bad about myself. "You are a failure."Another hit was a I post I put out called How To Build Your Own Toolbox, and it didn't gain much traction. "People don't care, maybe you should give up the podcast." I asked a question on Facebook and received lack luster responses. "Maybe people are annoyed with me?" As these feelings of self doubt were bubbling within me, I saw a post from a girl who had 30,000 likes about candles of all things. I heard about a friend that is having much success hosting her own retreat. I was seeing so much happiness online, so much success of others, that it had me questioning my own. Now, let me pause here and say that maybe deep down I know I am enough, I KNOW I am making progress in my life. I know I am in such a better place than a year ago or even a day ago. I know I have so much love, success, and joy surrounding me. Even then, folks... I was/am comparing myself to others, and it got the better of me. People believe what they see. We don't know about the struggles human's face. We don't know how much it took them to announce something on the internet, or how they feel when they are offline. We don't know their loneliness or feelings of doubt. We just see the facade. We now live in a high success/high reward culture. It is not our fault for having these feelings of inadequacy. I swear the internet is made to make you feel inadequate, so don't feel bad. The real question is? How do we stop feeling this way? What steps can we take to feel confident, radiant, more creative, and the freakin unicorn that we are?! "Don't compare your life to others. There is no comparison between the Sun and the Moon. They shine when it's their time." The moment we start comparing our lives to others, we begin to feel doubt, and uncertainty, that can lead to depression, sadness, and lack of confidence. This is the reason I wanted to be a little vulnerable here on my show with this episode. I am not immune! I get mopey and down. I feel like I am not doing enough. I haven't succeeded enough. I haven't helped people enough. I feel this so often. The struggle is real, and I know there are many others that feel the same as I do. So what do we do when these feeling arise? Here are some suggestions when you feel down and find yourself in the comparison game. Shut down your internet. Take a break from doom scrolling by placing some restrictions on the amount of time you are online. Or tell the online world you are taking a week off. Being off the sauce will help you get a clear headed mind and show you the only person you are in comparison with... is yourself. More on that later. Take a long walk in nature- I am an avid believer of walking to shake off the blues, and a little fresh air will have you thinking more clearly. Look up and see the sky and know you are enough. Listen to some self growth podcasts or motivational speeches- Anything you can do to pull yourself out of doubt and into confidence is a win, and there are so many resources out there to use the internet for good. Take a shower and dress up- Really, Marta? Yes! This simple trick will have you feeling better in no time. Dressing up doesn't have to mean putting on your nicest suit or ball gown. These days I have fallen into the trap of yoga pants and sports bra. (I mean I am a teacher) but it is nice to put on some clothing that makes you feel better. Dust off that jacket or dress and give yourself a compliment! Repeat positive affirmations- I truly believe that this helps. I mean think of all the negative self talk that swims around in our brains. Where does it lead us? To being low, feeling bad, and right back into that comparison game again. Positive affirmations can help adjust the way that you think to help you feel better in no time. We will touch on more in a minute. Create a list of Daily Wins- I heard this recently on a podcast and LOVED it. I started making it a habit, because more often than not we forget the things we accomplish in the day. We focus on the negative rather than the positive, and too often we get side tracked by outside stimulation that we don't remember our wins. YOU HAVE MANY WINS! I mean, you got out of the bed, right? WIN! Write that down. It can be small or big. They all matter. Try writing your wins before you go to bed at night. Don't compare each day to the other. Each one will be different but equally important in your growth. Also, I wanted to touch on not just comparing yourself to others, but the fact that we have a tendency for self comparison. You are not beholden to things you have done in the past. I have done some incredible things in my 40 years, and sometimes instead of being proud of them, I find myself comparing the present self to what I have done! Isn't that nuts?! I know it is nuts, and still... it happens. The mind is tricky. All the successes I have had, at one point or another I have thought to myself... "Ok, yeah you hosted that game show, You gonna do another? Make it bigger?' "You did that treasure dive... You dove the Atocha for treasure...What comes next, Marta? How are you gonna top that?" I know I am not the only one here. Humans are funny, aren't they? You have to laugh sometimes. I personally have to steady myself often. How do I do this? Let's go back to positive affirmations. Which ones should you use? I will go over five of some of my favorites, but feel free to find inspiration for yours anywhere. Write them down frequently. YOU ARE ENOUGH. Rinse and repeat over, and over, and over again. I use this affirmation in my yoga teaching constantly because it is a phrase that is so important. It is one we have a hard time believing. You are enough, you don't need to be more. YOU ARE EXACTLY WHERE YOU NEED TO BE TO GET WHERE YOU ARE GOING. Not the past, not the future. Now. All you have is now and you are doing it. You are where you need to be. "YOU ARE VERY POWERFUL PROVIDED YOU KNOW HOW POWERFUL YOU ARE" - Yogi Bhajan. One of my favorite quotes to remind you that you have all the power over your life. Even the smallest of changes make a huge impact. See that glass of water? Drink it. Feel better. :) I AM WORTHY OF GOOD THINGS HAPPENING TO ME. Sometimes we stand in our own way, and beat ourselves up. This happens very often, and is a whole other podcast on it's own. Just know that you ARE worthy. No matter your past, regrets you have, or the things you have done. Everyone is capable and deserving of good things. I AM NOT ALONE- This is a big one. Too often we can feel alienated from others. We feel people don't understand what we are going through. That they seem happy, and have no clue of the dread or grief that is inside us. Please know that everyone has felt this way at some point in their life, and with the state of the world currently, they have probably felt it more often than not. Repeating this phrase, at least to me makes me feel a whole lot better. Remember to be gentle with yourself, and know also that this wave will pass. If you enjoyed this, check out one of my past episodes talking about building yourself a toolbox when you feel low. It really helps me, and hope it helps you too! I would love to know about what you would like to hear about next! Shoot me an email and say hello :) Thank you for sharing this space with me and tuning in. Feel free to review on iTunes or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Yoga Sailing Retreat Greece- June 18th- 25th. My Sicily trips are sold out, but Greece is still open and I would love to explore with you. Come sail the seas with me. It is going to be incredible and space is limited. For more information or to book your spot head to Med Sailing Holidays I invite you to come join my Sunday evening Stress Relief classes. I started them for myself, and then turned them into a pay what you can class. I would love for you to join me each Sunday at 8pm EST :) ALSO if you can't roll with me overseas this year, stay local! My friend Elizabeth Craig and I are hosting a women onlyTransformation Retreat near Pittsburgh. Sept 8-11th. Registration is now open! As always I am not a doctor or Guru. By listening to this podcast or reading this blog, you agree not to use this podcast or blog as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others, including but not limited to patients that you are treating. Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having. This entire disclaimer also applies to any guests or contributors to the podcast or blog.
After making sure Olivia is in good hands, the operatives head to Romania to pick up her trail. They find an archaeological site, but what is the mysterious mining company actually looking for?Find out more about the Nature of My Game Podcast at www.NoMGPodcast.com or on Instagram and Twitter @NoMGPodcast.This podcast episode uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Pelgrane Press Ltd, which are used under the Pelgrane Press Ltd Community Use Policy. We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. This podcast episode is not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Pelgrane Press Ltd. For more information about Pelgrane Press Ltd's Community Use Policy, please visit this page. For more information about Pelgrane Press LTD, visit pelgranepress.com.Music Credit:Intro Music by Jean Luc Bouchard | www.jeanlucbouchard.comSelections from Dust and Mirrors by James Semple | Find Dust & Mirrors hereOther music courtesy of Epidemic Sound
Dust off the tuxes, get the nerve up to ask someone to be your date and let's go to the prom!! Whether it's at the Exec or in the school gym, prom time was always a fun time for both students and parents…but mostly for the Vincennes Sun Commercial's punch bowl reporter. We cover the proms from 1994 - 1998 and share some information and laughs along the way. If you enjoy this episode and missed the last one, go back in the archives when we covered the annual galas for the years 1984 - 1993. PLUS lots of Down Under Bowl and Micro Wrestling information. Thanks to our sponsors, Gray's Restaurant, Andrews Insurance, Peoples State Bank, & Griffins Pizza House. Please let them know you heard about them here on our podcast. Old School Red Hill pod is a production of Empulse Radio and written, directed and produced by Chip Jamerson, Gary Emmons, David King and Brian Emmons. Listen to the other Empulse show The B3 Podcast wherever you get your pods. Twitter @B3Pod
"The Treader in the Dust" is a short story by American author Clark Ashton Smith. The story introduces Quachil Uttaus and the Testament of Carnamagos to the Cthulhu Mythos, in relation to the tale of an unnamed character who obtains the forbidden tome from a sinister book-seller.
How does dust explode? Why do you need to be careful around non-dairy creamer? Where did the US dump all their chemical weapons? Does WD-40 make the best impromptu flame thrower? Kyle and Jheisson answer these questions and more as they bomb their way across Wikipedia from The Great Mill Disaster to the Mad Gasser of Mattoon.
Part 2: Simple Tips to Detox Your Indoor Air and Dust. In Part 2 of this three-part series, Sophia led for the Everwell Community in the Spring of 2021, learn impactful, budget-friendly ways to detox your indoor air, dust, and hands. Sophia shares important concepts about toxic exposures from products you use in your home. These concepts should motivate you to keep integrating detox tweaks into your life and remind you that small changes can transform! QUESTIONS ANSWERED: What are some inexpensive but effective ways to detox indoor air? What is 'fragrance' and why is it harmful? How to look out for products with 'fragrance'? How can brands misrepresent the safety of their products? Can one exposure make you more vulnerable to another? Why is ventilating important? Do you use essential oils? Do you use plants for air purification? Why can small detox tweaks transform? RESOURCES DISCUSSED: A to Z of D-Toxing: The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Our Toxic Exposures. PNL #18 with Dr. Esther Sternberg: Essential Features of a Healing Home Practical Nontoxic Living podcast #24 with Dr. Devra Davis: Protect Your Brain and Body from 5G and Other EMFs Sophia's air purifier Watch the Home Detox Workshop series with Sophia's presentation materials. Subscribe to the Ruan Living newsletter to become notified of when this is available. Join by text: text DETOX to 66866. FOLLOW RUAN LIVING Instagram @ruanliving Website at www.ruanliving.com
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Evacuate the dance floor, our head judge Jane is away this week and we are sorry (so sorry). Join Alex, Duncan and Te Aihe as we struggle through to the end of the show worse than Eric Murray trying to find “the eight” on ‘Another One Bites the Dust'. It's club bangers and “my jams” week on DWTS, so which of our jams would we bring to the show? And which star had the very best jam of all? And why do all the clothes look like they are going to dissolve in water? All that, and a bunch of other unmissable guff about fedoras. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dust off your tiara and slip into your finery because this week we are joined by Downton Abbey's Lady Mary herself, Michelle Dockery! As a ‘Downton Abbey' obsessive (I mean those savage Maggie Smith one-liners give me life), I have wanted to talk to Michelle for the longest time, so I am so excited that we are talking to her this week. We take her journey to the big screen all the way back to the beginning… After growing up in Romford, Essex Michelle started her career in theatre - understudying 10 roles at one time (!!) - before she got the break of a lifetime, starring in Downton Abbey when she was 27. Ten years later, after six seasons, four personal Emmy award nominations and one box office smash of a movie, we are heading back to Grantham for the latest movie, Downton Abbey: A New Era. Whilehalf of the family skip off to France, Lady Mary oversees the filming of a silent movie in the family home. It is also a new era for Michelle who recently starred in Netflix's Anatomy of a Scandal as bad babe barrister, Kate. The story follows Kate, a QC who represents Olivia (Naomi Scott) a woman whoaccuses her former boss and MP, James (Rupert Friend) of rape. Meanwhile, James'wife, played by Sienna Miller, not only has to watch the unfolding drama in court, but also has to reflect on her own role in proceedings. The plot twists are so juicy - so be warned there are some spoilers in this episode! Michelle has also starred in ‘Defending Jacob' opposite Chris Evans as a mother whose teenage son is charged with murder (if you haven't watched it yet, head to Apple TV+ RN), Guy Ritchie movie, ‘The Gentleman' and Netflix's Western TV drama, ‘Godless' playing Alice, a widowed outcast who takes in a stray outlaw played by Jack O'Connell. Lucky Alice! Today we talk about Michelle's incredible journey from living in a house share with her mates to the big screen, the no's she faced along the way, and what her career has taught her about success and failure. We of course talk about returning to Downton, how working on Anatomy of a Scandal made Michelle reflect on how sets can be so male dominated, the coaching she did with a real barrister for the Netflix show, and how she felt truly in her own power when she turned 40. I loved hearing Michelle talk about the start of her career so I hope you find her story just as inspiring as I did. I also hope you continue to listen and find the power to Reign in your own lives. If you love this episode, please get in touch (follow me across social media @joshsmithhosts), I love hearing from you. Love, Josh xxx
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Silverball Chronicles with David and Ron Episode 23 – Down the Rabbit Hole with John Popaduik Visit Our Silverball Swag Store https://silverballswag.com/collections/silverball-chronicles Topic Starts at 6:45 Episode Summary John Popadiuk, also known as J-Pop, created some of the most interesting and whimsical playfield designs of the 1990s. He went from a god tier Bally-Williams designer to a start-up pinball company owner and finally to a pinball pariah. John once described his journey as “a long tale of woe in some cases, but also tales of glory in others.” His name was once included with other Pinball Legends but in 2022 J-Pop had been reduced to a pinball leper. People would often say 'What could J-Pop have done with Bally-Williams had never closed'? Now the question most likely heard is 'Where did it all go wrong?' Does J-Pop deserve all the criticism and abuse, which has sullied his legacy? This month, we go Down the Rabbit Hole With John Popadiuk Sources: Wikipedia. John Popadiuk. Here. Here. YouTube. NWPAS 2012 Seminar #08 - John Popadiuk. Here. Pinball Mag, Nick _O. John Popadiuk – Pinball Designer. Here. Pinball Shenaigans. Alice in Wonderland Prototype. Here. Pinball Profile. Episode 326: Michael Hanley and Shane Jackson. Here. Coast 2 Coast Pinball. An Evening with John Popadiuk. Wayback Machine. Here. Dan Cowles and Kristi Highum. Zombies, Yetis & Pinball. Dec 2014. Here. Greet, Kayla. Skill Shot – Zombie Yeti Artist Profile. Here. Pinball Super Nova. John Popadiuk: Another One Bites the Dust. Here. Pinball News. American Pinball Goes Public. Sept 2016 Here. Horacze, Stan. Popular Science. The curious story of Magic Girl. Apr 2017. Here The Pinside Stuff: Here. Here. Here.
In a studio situation, about 50% relative humidity is considered ideal for gear and instruments and comfortable for humans. 40% relative humidity is ideal for storing magnetic tapes. But how do you maintain that in a small home studio? And what about dust? It's the nemesis of ALL gear, computers, Pre's, you name it. So what can you do about that, whilst maintaining a space that's as quiet as possible? This week, the team take a stab at answering these questions, and, as usual, a little bit more!! A big shout out to our sponsors, Austrian Audio and Tri Booth. Both these companies are providers of QUALITY Audio Gear (we wouldn't partner with them unless they were), so please, if you're in the market for some new kit, do us a favour and check out their products, and be sure to tell em "Robbo, George, Robert and AP sent you"... As a part of their generous support of our show, Tri Booth is offering $200 off a brand new booth when you use the code PAP200. So get onto their website now and secure your new booth... https://tribooth.com/ And if you're in the market for a new Mic or killer pair of headphones, check out Austrian Audio. They've got a great range of top-shelf gear.. https://austrian.audio/ We have launched a Patreon page in the hopes of being able to pay someone to help us get the show to more people and in turn help them with the same info we're sharing with you. If you aren't familiar with Patreon, it's an easy way for those interested in our show to get exclusive content and updates before anyone else, along with a whole bunch of other "perks" just by contributing as little as $1 per month. Find out more here.. https://www.patreon.com/proaudiosuite If you haven't filled out our survey on what you'd like to hear on the show, you can do it here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZWT5BTD Join our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/proaudiopodcast And the FB Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/357898255543203 For everything else (including joining our mailing list for exclusive previews and other goodies), check out our website https://www.theproaudiosuite.com/ “When the going gets weird, the weird turn professional.”
Enjoy the madcap shenanigans of our guest Uncanny Robot, which you can find here: https://link.chtbl.com/5CGxnYS0?sid=HappyBureaucracy Then, groove to the awesome tunes of Dust Mice for a special musical interlude. Please support them at: https://dustmice.bandcamp.com/ Loving A Happy Bureaucracy, but want more? Memos From The Wasteland is a free and exclusive eBook that explores the post-nuclear United Wastes with office humor and is the official prequel to A Happy Bureaucracy. Memos from the Wasteland is not in stores, and can only be read at https://mpfitzgerald.art Youtube: https://youtu.be/lFHI6jz0LG8 Help keep the podcast ad-free by getting all books in the series for the price of one here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08F3PSRCF
In the latest episode of None But The Brave, co-hosts Hal Schwartz and Flynn McLean take an in-depth look at Bruce Springsteen's 2005 Devils & Dust Tour. In this episode, they discuss the first American leg. The discussion will continue with Europe and the later US legs in the next episode. Also, at the top of the show, Hal and Flynn give their thoughts on the latest release from the Springsteen Archive Series, from MSG on May 16, 1988. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aujourd'hui nous avons le plaisir de recevoir pour la seconde fois Abdelhamid Bakhta, core developer Ethereum, co-auteur de l'EIP1559 et co-fondateur du projet Only Dust. Aujourd'hui nous allons parler des différents layer 2 d'Ethereum et de son nouveau projet Only Dust. Tous les livres recommandés par nos invités : https://universbitcoin.github.io/books Chapitres : 0:00 Présentations 02:52 Etat des lieux des layers 2 12:07 Optimistic et ZK Rollups 24:38 Les différents ZK Rollups 39:21 Son projet Only Dust 49:45 Sa perspective sur l'adoption de Starknet 51:12 Manga recommandé Tweeter d'Abdel : https://twitter.com/dimahledba Site Only Dust : https://www.onlydust.xyz/ Notre Twitter : https://twitter.com/Univers_Bitcoin
The residents of Bunker A:12 find themselves plunged into chaos whilst the brothers' make some difficult decisionsExplicit content// This is a horror audio drama, intended to scare you and make you uncomfortable - Discretion advised//Content Warnings at the end of show notes]Join us on Patreon: patreon.com/wakeofcorrosionCheck out our different tiers for lots extras! Including merch and bonus audio content including 'Letters To Shadows' an anthology collection of stories from the survivors of the Corrosion - Released monthly//Want to share your thoughts? Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/g8DNkCYWAkTranscript available through Buzzsprout //Follow us:Twitter: @wakeofcorrosion //Instagram: @wakeofcorrosion //SPOILERS BELOW - Do not read these credits until you have finished the show if you wish to avoid spoilers. //Written, directed and produced by Shaun Pellington //With voice acting from:Kieran Walsh as Professor RyanAdele Cliffe as JessShaun Pellington as ElliotLee Pellington as RomanHarlan Guthrie as JimJess Syratt as FrankiePhil Jankovskis as George//Intro theme-"Phantasm", Outro theme - "Shadowlands 5 - Antechamber"Kevin MacLeod [incompetech.com]Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0Both pieces are reduced from their originals with fade out effects/Character voice-over/Radio static SFX. // Sound FX: Soundsnap.com // Additional sound effects from https://www.zapsplat.com//Morse Code SFX from: morsecode.world //Cover Art: Original picture taken by Emily Fitzgerald @emily.fitz_photography with 'Wake Of Corrosion' title design by Matt Fair//Full credits can be found at: https://wakeofcorrosion.carrd.co/ //[Content Warnings: threat, despair, ]Thank you for listening and remember...don't wander in the dark.
Life Hacks provides listeners with tips, tricks, and techniques for hacking their way to an easier, more productive life. Hosted by Zack Hack, WCYB Digital Radio. • For more on cybersecurity, visit us at https://cybersecurityventures.com
There are lots of reasons to sneeze - you have a cold, you get a whiff of pepper or someone tickles your nose with a feather! But why is it that dust makes us sneeze? We asked otolaryngologist Laura Orvidas to help us find the answer. Got a question that's gathering dust in your brain? Send it to us atBrainsOn.org/contact, and we'll help you sniff out the answer.
Straight Outta Gallifrey are whipping the dust in their eyes...don't worry! We are not discussing Sleep No More. We've covered it twice. No, we are talking about the Big Finish audio play, Dust Breeding. Share your thoughts with us at www.wrightonnetwork.com Twitter @sogallifrey email@example.com www.patreon.com/wrightonetwork
Welcome to the podcast Cleaning Nation! Today on the podcast, we have Mike chatting with Nicole. Nicole started ‘Beyond the Dust' in 2018 in Anna, Texas. She is a growing company who is interested in increasing her profit margins. Listen in as she and Mike talk about the importance of asking the right questions to get you the right answers, and how to really hone in on profit in a way that bests serves both you and your clients. 3:33 Getting Clear on What Profit is and Isn't 11:30 What to Do When Revenue is Low 14:23 Knowledge Doesn't Matter if it Doesn't Inspire Action Love the idea, but find it overwhelming? Want to learn the next steps like, what to actually say on the call? Jump on a call with one of our coaches and learn strategies on how to grow your cleaning company and start loving your job every day! Book here
The operatives have come face-to-face with foes far different than they're used to. Can they survive, find Olivia, and escape?Find out more about the Nature of My Game Podcast at www.NoMGPodcast.com or on Instagram and Twitter @NoMGPodcast.This podcast episode uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Pelgrane Press Ltd, which are used under the Pelgrane Press Ltd Community Use Policy. We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. This podcast episode is not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Pelgrane Press Ltd. For more information about Pelgrane Press Ltd's Community Use Policy, please visit this page. For more information about Pelgrane Press LTD, visit pelgranepress.com.Music Credit:Intro Music by Jean Luc Bouchard | www.jeanlucbouchard.comSelections from Dust and Mirrors by James Semple | Find Dust & Mirrors hereOther music courtesy of Epidemic Sound
If you're a fan of the NBC television Series “The Voice, then you might remember Dan Shafer from Season 11, when he was on “Team Blake”. But Dan's career goes deeper than that. In addition to "The Voice", Dan has sung on some of the most iconic National Television Commercials of all time to include, "Transformers" (Robots in Disguise), Aliens 3 (The Motion Picture), BC Powder, Matchbox (Lightning Key Cars), and so many more. Dan has also earned the respect of his peers, and has shared the stage with Dolly Parton, Artimus Pyle of Lynyrd Skynryd, Carmine Appice of Vanilla Fudge and so many more. Dan, who considers himself a classic rock singer, performs and tours with a show that is made up of Classic Rock Songs that make up the tapestry, and fabric of our Lives. Performing songs like "Dust in the Wind" by the group Kansas, "Going to California" by Led Zeppelin, or “Shooting Star" by Bad Company. Because the music comes first, and Dan Shafer will always be a fan, the audience will find themselves singing along, escaping life for a moment, going back to a simpler time, and one of the greatest periods of Rock and Roll Music. Dan shares with us his story, how he pounded the pavement in NYC to get his first gig recording jingles, to moving to Nashville to become a session player, to his ability to work the room when performing live. Quotes on Dan Include: "You are the best male singer to come along in a while!" - Kent Wells (Producer, Dolly Parton), “57 year old Dan Shafer traveled across the country to Los Angeles to appear on the Voice. After years of singing jingles, Dan stepped out on the stage and blew me away with Trains “Marry Me”. His cover gave me chills and he sounded better than some of the male Artists on top 40 radio” - Jakes Takes, Hollywood Insider, “I'm so happy for Dan. He is an image of hope for everyone, to never give up on your dreams, never ever, ever!!!” - Miley Cyrus The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (except during pandemics, then it's pretty much been accomplished VIA Zoom or over the phone, with the exception for those fearless enough to come to Bob Bender's dining room… and there have been a few that have survived). Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: firstname.lastname@example.org If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at email@example.com
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About the guestAnnalisa Dias is a Goan-American transdisciplinary artist, community organizer, and award-winning theatre maker working at the intersection of racial justice and care for the earth. She is Director of Artistic Partnerships & Innovation at Baltimore Center Stage. Annalisa is also a Co-Founder of Groundwater Arts. Prior to joining BCS, Annalisa was a Producing Playwright and Acting Creative Producer with The Welders, a DC playwright's collective; and a Co-Founder of the DC Coalition for Theatre & Social Justice. Artistic credits include: WRITING: 4380 Nights, the earth that is sufficient, One Word More, The Last Allegiance, A Legacy of Chains, Crooked Figure, Consider the Dust, Matanuska, Coal, and Servant of the Wind. DEVISING: Wit's End Puppets: Malevolent Creatures; banished? productions: Tyger; Theater Alliance: I Love DC. DIRECTING: Source Festival: Dust to dust to dust and Dressing Bobby Strong; The Salima Project (film). Annalisa's work has been produced or developed by The Welders, Theater Alliance, Signature Theatre (DC), Arena Stage, the Phillips Collection, The Gulfshore Playhouse, the Mead Theatre Lab, The Hub Theatre, Spooky Action Theater, Tron Theatre (Glasgow), and OverHere Theatre (London). Annalisa frequently teaches theatre of the oppressed and decolonization workshops nationally and internationally and speaks about race, identity, and performance. She is a TCG Rising Leader of Color. Recent work includes THE EARTH, THAT IS SUFFICIENT, a performance project about hope for the future in the face of the climate catastrophe, produced by The Welders throughout 2019 in Washington DC and globally.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.Mentioned in this episodeBaltimore Center StageTo find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode★ Support this podcast ★
Show Notes:Intro - On the Needles - ~Noah's 2022 Birthday Socks - French Vanilla Cappuccino Socks by ME! on US1.5 (2.5mm), Knit Picks Felici in the Bookshop colourwayProject bag from Lizzie Bags & Progress Keeper from Tilting Planet~Dust of Snow Wrap by Curious Handmade / Helen Stewart on US6 (4mm), Various Mini SkeinsFinished Projects - ~2022 Preemie Hat #16, 17, & 18 on US6 (4mm), Bernat Softee Baby in the Princess Pebbles colourway & Bernat Cottontots in the Strawberry colourway | Berroco Vintage DK in the White colourway & Artic Yarn By Abi Self-Patterning Sock in the Sugar Skull colourway | Fully Spun Postscript Fingering in the Intersex Pride colourway, Knit Picks Galileo in the Pearl colourway, CraftSlayerPDX Fingering in a OOAK Grey colourway, & Desert Vista Dyeworks Sock in an Unknown ColourwayFlosstube - Begins at timestamp 11:09~FO! ~ Motif Tree by JBW Designs / Judy WhitmanMill Hill 14 ct Perforated Paper - WhiteSulky 1046, 1119, 4011, & 4046 floss~The River by Modern Folk EmbroiderySteel City Stitchers 16 ct Aida - Crimson PeakForbidden Fiber Co. in the River of Life colourwayOutlander To Bed or To Sleep Project Bag from StitchToolbox~Edinburgh Castle by Terra Luna StitcheryUsing Pattern Keeper software on Kindle Fire 7Needle Minder from TopKnotStitcher & A Needle Runs Through ItProject Bag from KnitRunDigGrime Guard from Crab Shack StitcheryBitzy Bob Basic from That's So Kelly Co.Silicone tiesYummies (our current favourite things) - ~Just Cross Stitch June 2022~Stickers from http://SparkleShineStudios.etsy.com~Fangirl Fibers Gilmore Girls Club April 2022 yarn in the 1000 Yellow Daisies colourway What We're Watching, Reading, + Listening To - Please be aware that we do discuss recent tv show episodes that have aired in the last week or so. This is your spoiler warning!April / May / June 2022 RAL - 15 minutes of reading daily challenge* 87-91 of 91 days - 1 or more giveaways for eBook, everyone gets $1.20 off any single pattern coupon code* 60-86 of 91 days - 1 or more giveaways for single pattern* #GGKRAL22* #GGKCSRAL22~April / May / June* 91 days - 10 entries* 87-90 days - 8 entries* 60-86 days - 5 entries~July / August / September* 92 days - 10 entries* 88-91 days - 8 entries* 61-87 days - 5 entries~ October / November / December* 92 days - 10 entries* 88-91 days - 8 entries* 61-87 days - 5 entries~ Read All 365 days - 10 bonus entriesEpisode 484 Bookshop List~Finlay Donovan Knocks 'Em Dead (Finlay Donovan #2) by Elle Cosimano - finished reading~All In (The Naturals #3) by Jennifer Lynn Barnes - finished reading~The Heartbreak Bakery by A.R. 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In 1958, Glen “Tiger” Ellison created the Run and Shoot offense to turn his community's football fortunes around and in the process he not only saved his job, but rallied the success into a position on Woody Hayes's Ohio State staff. At Middletown High School in Ohio, Ellison and the offense led the team to a 38-7 record and began a revolution. After winning with his Run and Shoot Offense, Tiger went on to become an assistant for Mr. “Three Yards and a Cloud of Dust” himself, Woody Hayes. Woody wrote the Foreword to Tiger'sbook, noting to Ellison, “You're the forward-passingest coach in the country, and they say I'm the most non-passingest coach that ever lived.” Woody was known for saying “When you throw a pass, three things can happen, and two of them are bad." Today, Keith shares a section of Woody Hayes' book Hotline to Victory. Woody's book shares a very detailed approach to the passing game and a philosophy that can be applied to any passing game today. Shownotes -Our Passing Game -What causes interceptions -Decoys (Peelers) Check out our parther: sportscope.com Dutch Fork HS Game Day Adjustment Workflow: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/finding-solutions-to-benefit-the-teamprocess-for-adjustments-doug-rivers-te-coach-dutch-fork Louisiana Football Coaches Association Clinic: lfca2022.coachesclinic.com Related: Woody Hayes 5 yard Fence Rule for Better Run Fits https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/woody-hayes-5-yard-fence-rule-for-better-run-fits Woody Hayes - Insight into the Coaching Profession https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/woody-hayes-insight-into-the-coaching-profession
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Guy 1)First I want to say fantastic podcast guys. By far the best woodworking podcast out there. I recently discovered the podcast and have binge listened to old past episodes while building the cabinets for our new home. We are building a new home with a shop / garage combo and I finally have the space to buy the tools that I have never had the space to own before. Next up on my list is a drill press and trying to decide what size to get. Bench top model vs floor model, size motor, features to look for, etc. I build furniture and cabinets mostly but like pushing my creative side and making other odd things as well. I want the best bang for the money but don't mind spending a little extra to get what will be my lifetime drill press. Thanks for your help. Keep up the good work. Plan to be a long time listener but I didn't buy a SawStop so I might die soon! LOL. - Tom 2) My question is regarding learning more about design for my projects. Up to now most of my projects have been based on an existing design or product. I scroll Instagram, Pinterest, furniture store sites and find pieces similar to what I want and duplicate them or mash a few together to make my “own”. I'd like to start developing a design style of my own or pick a lane of design such as Mission or Greene and Greene and focus a little more on that. Can you recommend any books or authors to give me a better understanding of the popular design periods that speak to the elements, features, woods used and so on for the various periods of design to help pick one? I'd also be interested in any books that teach elements of a good design like proper proportions, and similar for furniture building so I can design and build a well balanced piece. There is so much it might be impossible to put it all in a book, but you all offer good insight to us listeners so I'd welcome whatever you have to offer of any recommendations you might have. Thanks all! Mike Sean 1) Gents - Found your show mid way through a 22-hour drive into Mexico. Listening to you - particularly Guy- reminds me of the people and shops I visited while a board member of the San Joaquin Fine Woodworking club in California. Simple, not too fussy advice that is useful for those picking up the woodworking hobby or far into the deep end this avocation. Keep up the good work. You've spent a fair amount of time discussing the likes and dislikes of Waterlox. A recent project was a 42” x 78” patio table from 4/4 and 8/4 sapele. Legs are 5” square steel tube tapered and coped in a McIntosch style. As it would live outdoors, I opted to finish with Waterlox Marine Finish in gloss. Prep: Sand to 220 grit; vacuum and compressed air; wipe down with mineral spirits; apply Waterlox with a Jen foam brush. The first coat was a disaster with dime size voids in the finish … as if the surface was waxed before the Waterlox went down. I believe the cause was the mineral spirits: I applied the finish about a half hour after after the wipe down … something I often do without issue with spar urethane. Subsequent coats went down fine after letting the piece off gas for four days. My thinking is the tung oil interacted with the residual solvent. Thoughts? Thanks - Craig P.S. Mentioned the foam brush brand because I've found it to be the only that rivals a high quality bristle brush for brush application 2)Hi guys, thanks for the podcast, really helpful info! Keep hearing your requests for more questions, so here are a few. You talked a lot about dust extraction recently. I've seen people claiming that by replacing the filter bag with a fine cartridge filter people have seen major improvements in the performance of their extractor units. Do you have any experience with these? Thanks for all the time you put in, love listening. Best wishes - Chris (UK based enthusiastic amateur) Huy 1)Hi, long time listener that truly appreciates all of the wisdom and humor you have provided over the years in your great podcast. I have a couple design questions for a sofa and a pair of side tables I am making for my living room. They are a pretty simple design that uses mortise and tenon joinery for the aprons and legs. I use my router with a 1/4" bit to make the mortise, and the table saw with a dado blade to make the tenons. The legs will be just under 2" from the thickest material I can get from my 8/4 stock and about 28" long. The aprons will be 3/4"thick and 6" tall, they could be slightly thicker, they will come from 4/4 stock. I want to try my hand at piston fit drawers instead of using drawer slides. How would you attach the inner structure that supports the drawers underneath and on the sides inside the table? I don't have a domino or biscuit joiner. I have never had good results with pieces attached with pocket holes staying in place during installation and I am afraid the slight movement will ruin the piston fit. Thank you. Julio 2)Gentlemen- Congratulations as you near your 100th episode, and well-deserved syndication riches. I'm about to complete my workbench of air dried black locust (top) and white oak (base). I am installing leg and twin screw tail vises. I will need to procure additional lumber for the thick components of both. I thought it might look nice to use some Walnut, but I can only get 12/4 kiln dried. I don't see a problem with the leg chop, it's attached with the vise hardware, but would dovetailing a kiln dried tail skirt onto an air dried laminated top would be asking for problems? Thank you for any advice or relevant anecdotes you may have. Tom
All we are is dust in the wind, dude. This crucial insight has been blowing the minds of rock fans for decades. Dust. Wind. Think about it man!! Andrew & Evan get into the nitty-gritty on this classic hit and are shocked, shocked to discover that the band Kansas is actually from Kansas!! And somehow this song is the first thing the singer ever learned to play on the guitar?? They get in a fight about Evan's soundboard abuse, but make up by the end of the episode to make a Very Special Announcement about hosting the podcast. Walk-in music: 'All My Life' by K-Ci & JoJo; 'Everywhere' by Fleetwood Mac. Get the punch-ups for your very own punched-up-song library by supporting the show on Patreon. Follow Punch Up The Jam on Twitter and Instagram Like the show? Rate Punch Up The Jam 5 stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Andrew and Evan. Advertise on Punch Up The Jam via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.