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A horrifying story of a podcaster's experience in a public restroom. What could be possessing this co-host might not be what he makes it out to be, and why exactly did he blackout? On Episode 482 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss The Medium, the latest flick from director Banjong Pisanthanakun, streaming exclusively on Shudder! We also talk about Boglins, the belief in spirits, and the tired tropes and interesting subversions in possession films. So grab your most valued personal artifact, get all dressed up in your best collared shirt, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Nightmare on Elm St house, Creepshow, MZ's private life, MonstahXpo, Rough House Publishing, Morbid Vision Films, Dr. Chris, Ralph Dibny, Halloween III, Sexy Tom Atkins, that's no beard that's a merkin, Boglins, Tim Clarke, the Power of the Force coin, Star Wars toys, Y the Last Man RIP, Preacher, FX on Hulu, Dune, 31 Days of Halloween, David Lynch, Jodorowsky's Dune, binging an entire movie, Death Note, Devil's Night Party, Blackout Tapes After Party, Manray, college shirt, Miss Goth Massachusetts, Zardoz, Faust, Der Golem, MZ's bathroom adventures, Banjong Pisanthanakun, The Medium, Shutter, Trick or Treat Radio's OnlyFans, carving pumpkins, documentary or found footage?, Donnie Yen, dumbing it down for those in the back, possession films, found footage fatigue, textbook possession 101, The Exorcist, a sexsational trilogy, The Tempter, Orgy from Hell, why are women always getting possessed?, fuzzy math, Ares is not a young female, Repossessed, Eric Bana, Joel McHale, Talk Soup, Deliver Us From Evil, Fallen, Army of Me, The Mist, Sons of Steel, David Bruckner, The Night House, Robert Pattinson masturbating, “it's not a cum shot it's a warning”, Andy Serderkis, DC Fandome, The Batman, Good Time, Cedric the Entertainer, 3 hour detective story, Paul Dano, The Flash, Micahel Keaton, Working Stiffs, Johnny Dangerously, darkness sets in, James Wan, Just Mayo, Haunted Hillando, reciprocating saw, PWI Top 500, the October sleepover, night vision denouement, The Secret of Nim, and I'd rather be in Thailand.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: https://discord.gg/ETE79ZkSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:email@example.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)
This episode of the Far Out with Faust podcast uncovers the tale of investigative journalist and Vanishing of the Bees director @Maryam Henein , whose online health and wellness community honeycolony.com was targeted by “operation quack hack” — and part of Google's systematic censorship exposed by whistleblower Zach Vorhies.Maryam details how a near-death experience evolved into a personal health and wellness journey — eventually leading to the award-winning documentary Vanishing of the Bees, narrated by Ellen (now Elliot) Page. Henein explores the phenomenon of colony collapse disorder — the alarming disappearance of a population absolutely critical to our own food supply — ultimately pointing the finger at neonicotinoids, a class of pesticides originally touted as “safer.”Fueled by her personal passion for health advocacy, Maryam founded honeycolony.com, a marketplace offering lifestyle and wellness guidance and products. The company was flourishing until — you guessed it — the Ministry of Truth came for the hive with torches blazing. This time, it wasn't poison or pesticides — it was politics.We're talking widespread health and wellness censorship and targeting that amounts to nothing less than an assault on human health: Maryam had a front row seat in witnessing the first wave of a united front, an abomination of two titans of industry working together, not for the betterment of humanity, but for the betterment of their bottom line. Who are we talking about? I imagine most of you guessed already. Big Pharma and Big Tech. Now deciding what you can — and cannot — say or sell online.Operation Quack Hack began in March 2020, ostensibly to take down anyone misleading the flock with unproven ‘rona cures. It amounted to the FDA turning lives and businesses inside out for selling things like (gasp!) silver. Here's a good one: why doesn't anyone care about the truth?Which brings us to Orange Man. Love him, hate him — just be aware that you have no idea what actually went down, since it's been censored and repackaged by the only POV that matters: the mainstream media crusaders. Whatever happened to investigative reporting? What's left is merely op-ed, spattered across the front page as fact.Stay tuned, because our mentors are here in spirit:Marianne Williamson, who (politics aside) wowed us with her wisdom — “we don't have a healthcare system, we have a sick care system.” FOWF inaugural guest Micheila Sheldan channels this nugget: having to decide between two untenable options does not equate to freedom.Welcome to the real-life wild, wild West(world): where Trojan horses go viral and the largest storehouse of information ever assembled on Earth is (surprise!) systematically censoring itself and telling you how to think because it's been decided that you can't be trusted to think for yourself.https://honeycolony.com/ Use code FAROUT for 15% off sitewidehttps://www.organicconsumers.org/news/terrifying-technofascist-act-against-health-freedom-youll-probably-never-learn-about
In this season 2 of the Alchemist Nation Real Estate Podcast Episode #126, I get the pleasure to talk to Gita Faust who doubles as a real estate investor and an author at the same time. Before we dive into her book I wanted to know how Gita got into real estate in the first place or how did she become an entrepreneur. She says that it is a big long story in there where she was working at a manufacturing company full time, got married, got pregnant which was exciting and everything was going as planned. She then got into an accident where an attorney bumped into her who was reading a newspaper while driving which was a big shock to her. She was in a bad situation where she couldn't sit for 10 or 15 minutes at that time, luckily everything went on well with her son who is now 26 years old. She says that she likes doing things she enjoys doing, she is an accountant and she was working in the same field and she realized she can do bookkeeping for somebody else. She started with a $10 an hour job at that time and one of her clients challenged her by saying that if she could teach her bookkeeping in quick books, she would pay her $ 25 an hour. Fast forward, one thing led to another and that is how she became a businesswoman. Gita offers 3 pieces of advice to 20-year-old Gita on how to get where she is faster and happier. 1) - Go hire, outsource and build or in source, in-house, and delegate. 2) - Build and maintain those relationships and by going deep into them and understanding them. 3) - Having a class on how to relate one on one or in a group. To learn more check out the blog and podcasts at http://www.GualterAmarelo.com To register for our Saturday live webinar to start your wealth journey, visit http://ibuildmillionaires.com To listen to more episodes of our podcast, visit: https://anchor.fm/alchemist-nation To join the 100 millionaires summit, visit http://ibuildmillionaires.com/summit To get in touch with Gita, visit https://realestateaccounting.com or call 215- 579-1465 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alchemist-nation/support
In this episode, the legendary Paul Morley joins us to talk about his native Manchester, Joy Division and his epic new biography of Factory Records boss Tony Wilson. Paul recounts his early pop epiphanies and discovery of the UK's music press, culminating in the one & only issue of his 1976 fanzine Out There — not to mention his first reviews for the NME in 1976. The conversation then turns to "Anthony H." Wilson and the formation of Factory, taking in Paul's championing of Joy Division before leading into a discussion of Martin Aston's 1986 audio interview with New Order's Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris. From there we consider the week's featured act Faust, spinning off from pieces about the German enigmas by Ian MacDonald, Andy Gill and David Stubbs, and prompting general thoughts on "Krautrock" from both guest and hosts. After saying goodbye to chief Chieftain Paddy Moloney, and to three veteran RBP writers on soul and R&B (Pete Grendysa, Bob Fisher and Roger St. Pierre), Mark leads us through his personal favourites among the 100+ articles added to the RBP library over the past fortnight, incuding pieces about the Stones' pad in Edith Grove, Lorraine Ellison's volcanic single 'Stay With Me' and Charlie Watts on drummers & drumming. Finally, Jasper talks us out with his thoughts on pieces about Primal Scream's 2000 XTRMNTR and John Sinclair taking The Wire's "Invisible Jukebox" text in 2003. Many thanks to special guest Paul Morley; his book From Manchester with Love: The Life and Opinions of Tony Wilson is published by Faber and available now. Pieces discussed: Paul Morley on Manchester, Joy Division, New Order, Tony Wilson, New Order audio, Faust, Faust IV, Jean-Hervé Peron, David Stubbs' Faustian Pact, Rhythm & Blues, Soul (Style), The Chieftains, Paddy Moloney, The Stones, Pink Floyd, Lorraine Ellison, Iron Butterfly, Patti Smith, 808 State, Dusty Springfield, Charlie Watts, The Sex Pistols, Was (Not Was), Primal Scream and John Sinclair. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Faust Ruggiero has been counseling and serving the world for 40+ years. He is a psychologist in private practice, a radio show host of FIX IT with FAUST on HealthyLife.net radio, and author of The Fix It Yourself Handbook. Helping people is his mission. IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT THESE TOPICS: Internal forces Change Accessing yourself in all moments Creating your own life Moving past fear --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kristi-peck/message
Synopsis According to Wikipedia, an art song is “a vocal music composition, usually written for one voice with piano accompaniment … often a musical setting of an independent poem or text intended for the concert repertory as part of a recital.” The 600-plus art songs of the Viennese composer Franz Schubert are the most familiar examples of the genre and rank among the greatest achievements of the Romantic Era in music. On today's date in 1814, Schubert was just 17 years old when he finished one of the most famous of them, “Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel,” a remarkably empathetic setting of a scene from Goethe's “Faust” in which the naïve young Gretchen confesses being both terrified and thrilled by falling passionately in love. The British pianist Graham Johnson has recorded all 600 plus Schubert songs with some of the greatest singers of our day, and says, “The most amazing thing is that a 17-year-old boy can somehow enter into the female psyche with such an incredible amount of understanding as if he himself had experienced such feelings … There is a real distinct feeling of Schubert blown away by the drama and the story he has read." Music Played in Today's Program Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828) — Gretchen am Spinnrade, D118 (Elly Ameling, soprano; Dalton Baldwin, piano) Phillips 420870
In this episode, the legendary Paul Morley joins us to talk about his native Manchester, Joy Division and his epic new biography of Factory Records boss Tony Wilson. Paul recounts his early pop epiphanies and discovery of the UK's music press, culminating in the one & only issue of his 1976 fanzine Out There — not to mention his first reviews for the NME in 1976. The conversation then turns to "Anthony H." Wilson and the formation of Factory, taking in Paul's championing of Joy Division before leading into a discussion of Martin Aston's 1986 audio interview with New Order's Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris. From there we consider the week's featured act Faust, spinning off from pieces about the German enigmas by Ian MacDonald, Andy Gill and David Stubbs, and prompting general thoughts on "Krautrock" from both guest and hosts. After saying goodbye to chief Chieftain Paddy Moloney, and to three veteran RBP writers on soul and R&B (Pete Grendysa, Bob Fisher and Roger St. Pierre), Mark leads us through his personal favourites among the 100+ articles added to the RBP library over the past fortnight, incuding pieces about the Stones' pad in Edith Grove, Lorraine Ellison's volcanic single 'Stay With Me' and Charlie Watts on drummers & drumming. Finally, Jasper talks us out with his thoughts on pieces about Primal Scream's 2000 XTRMNTR and John Sinclair taking The Wire's "Invisible Jukebox" text in 2003. Many thanks to special guest Paul Morley; his book From Manchester with Love: The Life and Opinions of Tony Wilson is published by Faber and available now. Pieces discussed: Paul Morley on Manchester, Joy Division, New Order, Tony Wilson, New Order audio, Faust, Faust IV, Jean-Hervé Peron, David Stubbs' Faustian Pact, Rhythm & Blues, Soul (Style), The Chieftains, Paddy Moloney, The Stones, Pink Floyd, Lorraine Ellison, Iron Butterfly, Patti Smith, 808 State, Dusty Springfield, Charlie Watts, The Sex Pistols, Was (Not Was), Primal Scream and John Sinclair.
Mefistofele is an opera in a prologue and five acts, then reduced to four and an epilogue, written and composed by Arrigo Boito inspired by Goethe's Faust.The first performance took place in Milan, at the Teatro alla Scala, on March 5, 1868, conducted by Boito himself, but it ended in a sensational fiasco, perhaps due, in addition to the excessive length of the work, to the strongly ideological content of some episodes, then suppressed. The work was then reduced and reworked by the author, who among other things transposed the part of Faust for tenor, originally for baritone; moreover, the figure of Margaret assumes central importance in the context of Faust's saving drama. The new version was successfully staged at the Teatro Comunale in Bologna on October 4, 1875, conducted by Emilio Usiglio in the presence of the composer.Purchase the music (without talk) at:http://www.classicalsavings.com/store/p1403/Boito%3A_Mephistophele.htmlYour purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and Uber. @khedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber Please consider supporting our show, thank you!http://www.classicalsavings.com/donate.html firstname.lastname@example.org
The stakes keep getting higher for agents Faust and Noory. As more boneless yet still living bodies keep getting discovered, Noory's medical expertisewill be put to the test as he attempts to excise bizarre plant growths from his partner. Can Faust be saved? Will the agents have enough time to stop this supernatural threat before … Continue reading "Actual Play – Delta Green – Driftbone – Ep 2" The post Actual Play – Delta Green – Driftbone – Ep 2 appeared first on The Roleplaying Exchange.
One of the most recognized tales in American folklore has Mississippi roots. The story has many names, including “The Delta Legend,” “The Deal with the Devil,” and “The Deal at the Crossroads,” among others. Yet each tells a similar story that centers on a midnight meeting between a frustrated guitarist and Satan himselfScholars disagree over the origins of the Crossroads myth. Some maintain that the story originated in Africa, with Satan representing an African trickster deity such as the Dahomean Legba or Yoruba Eshu. This interpretation places the tale in a broader cultural context and elevates the musician to spiritual status. Other folklorists argue that the tale possesses many Western elements and reflects slavery's impact on African American life. Regardless of its precise origins, the myth has become most associated with early twentieth-century bluesman Robert Johnson.But take the bluesman and the Mississippi Delta out of the story, and you're left with a familiar and repeating myth that has echoed throughout modern human history… drawing its closest western parallel to the German myth about Faust… who is a highly successful man yet is dissatisfied with his life, which leads him to make a pact with the Devil at a crossroads, exchanging his soul for unlimited knowledge and worldly pleasures. The Faust legend has been the basis for many literary, artistic, cinematic, and musical works that have recycled and reinterpreted the basic story through the ages. "Faust" and the adjective "Faustian" imply sacrificing spiritual values for power, knowledge, or material gain. But if you take another step back, you can see that all these Faustian myths share similar structure with the Theophilus legend, recorded in the 13th century, in which a saintly figure makes a bargain with the keeper of the infernal world, but is rescued from paying his debt to society through the mercy of the Blessed Virgin… which itself can be traced back to Saint Theophilus the Penitent or Theophilus of Adana, who was a cleric in the sixth century Church and is said to have made a deal with the Devil to gain an ecclesiastical position. His story is significant as it is one of the oldest popular stories of a pact with the devil and was an inspiration for the Thelphilus legend, which inspired Faust legend… which in turn may have inspired the crossroads myth of the Mississippi Delta and cemented the legacy of one Robert Johnson.Except… this explanation of western religion says nothing about the similarities existing for centuries within the previously mentioned myths stemming from African folklore... Could it be that 6th Century historians simply appropriated this piece of African cultural heritage? It wouldn't be the first time… or perhaps we're digging too deep and the answer is something simpler… something more… sinister… the Devil is in the details… and perhaps we've been witness to the same story, the same Satan, playing the same con on unwitting men throughout all of recorded history… This is… The Man in the Black Suit… by Stephen King...INTRODUCTION AND NARRATION BY: Eric R Hill
We break down the basics of biohacking and anti-fragility on this episode of the Far Out with Faust podcast. Meet Elias Arjan, the founder of Biohackers Collective (a health and cognitive optimization community), and an exec with Biostrap wearable tech. He's at the forefront of the DIY biology and the longevity extension movement.Get ready for a crash course in biohacking 101: what it means, how it fits into our current culture, and most critically, how to hack the hack. According to Arjan, biohackers believe that you can manipulate your internal and external environment to optimize your life: your body, your mind, your experience in the world. We'll give you a list of his top biohacks — stay tuned! It wouldn't be a Far Out podcast if we didn't delve into the state of our society: you probably know that Facebook's AI was conceived by neuroscientists — but have you heard of Dopamine Labs? Close your eyes: it's 1984. The amygdala hijack is happening.Even though most of the country has lost the ability to carry on nuanced conversations, there's still hope: Arjan and the biohacking camp believe in the human spirit's ability to overcome. Maybe the darkness isn't new, he says — maybe it's just that today, technology is illuminating it in ways we can no longer ignore. Take for example the state of our health — or more accurately, the meteoric rise of our diseased state (please, please, look into those statistics). Arjan takes us on his journey: a Canadian teen (“that kid who couldn't do one push-up”) sent to live with his grandfather who becomes AWARE — in one pivotal moment — that there must be more.This is a pattern interrupt — a jolt of awareness that turns biohacking from some esoteric hocus pocus into an ever-expanding frontier of inspiration. But it's not enough to disrupt your dysfunctional neural connections — we must also have an inspiring model to guide us into our new selves.Arjan's goal? To become ANTI-FRAGILE: constantly adapting, ever-evolving, perpetually optimizing his way out of a status quo that's become hazardous to our health. Let's just be honest: whomever has been in charge of our health to this point has failed — miserably. Ever heard of the gut-brain axis? When you're not at your best physiologically, your cognitive function is severely repressed.Waiting for those biohacks? We've got ‘em. And spoiler alert: a lot of them are free — and dare we say, EASY. Tune in to hear more about the power of light: remember when the sun meant life?So what's all the hype about cold showers and ice baths? That's right, Wim Hof has entered the conversation. And thank you, Dr. Zach Bush, for your 4- Minute Workout. Lean in to the name dropping because here comes Dr. Joe Dispenza with the mind-blowing notion that we'd better find something exciting and novel in our lives that gets us out of bed every morning the way we used to roll out of bed on that day the school scheduled a Field Trip!Sure, there are gadgets too: including Arjan's Biostrap: “the most advanced, cloud-based wearable platform” that measures things like heart and respiration rates, blood oxygen, and how well you're sleeping — then provides a detailed analysis.Stay with us until the end, when Arjan distills the essence of biohacking and answers Faust's famous question, “what message would you send to humanity” with a surprisingly low-tech request.With a background in human kinetics and athletics, Elias Arjan has a lifelong interest in understanding the relationship between human health, performance and behavior. As a serial entrepreneur, Arjan has started his own businesses, worked for and with Fortune 500 companies, startups and non-profits.In recent years, Arjan has been working to optimize individuals and companies as a consultant and trainer, and has been a leading proponent of evidence-based biohacking. He is currently the Senior Vice Pr
Get more at podsematary.com! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1447388359081463812 CW: Sexual Assault, Suicide It's Musical Horror Week on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey sign contracts in blood and get much-needed organ makeovers! The Classic Film: Phantom of the Paradise (1974) "A disfigured composer sells his soul for the woman he loves so that she will perform his music. However, an evil record tycoon betrays him and steals his music to open his rock palace, The Paradise” (IMDb.com). Brian DePalma and Paul Williams' musical tragedy cribs its story from several all-time greats, including Phantom of the Opera (of course), Faust, and The Picture of Dorian Gray, couching it all in some glam rock style that's not much like Rocky Horror Picture Show at all. The Modern Film: Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008) "A worldwide epidemic encourages a biotech company to launch an organ-financing program similar in nature to a standard car loan. The repossession clause is a killer, however” (IMDb.com). Repo! is a goth opera that's probably more style than substance, but maybe that's what you're into. We're a little into it. Audio Sources: "All the Duke's Men" (The Critic S02E06) produced by Gracie Films & Columbia Pictures Television "Atlanta" (from "Nice Try, The Devil") written and performed by Pete Holmes "I Smell Like Beef Original Extended Version #beefbaby - Katie Ryan" from Katie Ryan via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eZyspecXJE "Léon: The Professional" produced by Columbia Pictures, et al. "Pet Sematary" written by Dee Dee Ramone & Daniel Rey and performed by The Ramones "Phantom of the Paradise" produced by Harbor Productions & Pressman-Williams Enterprises "Repo! The Genetic Opera" produced by Twisted Pictures & Burg/Koules Productions "Scarface, Amnesia, and One Hundred Million Dollars" (from "The Top Part") written and performed by John Mulaney "Secret of NIMH" produced by Don Bluth Productions, et al. "Stars Are Blind" written by Fernando Garibay, et al., and performed by Paris Hilton
Liebe Asozialen und liebe Asozialinnen. Liebes Pack! Willkommen zu einer neuen Folge Motherschnacker! Dem Podcast von Zurückgebliebenen für Zurückgebliebene. Auch in dieser Folge haben Paul Bunne und Martin Tietjen irrelevante Belanglosigkeiten von der Straße aufgekehrt um sie gleich meinungsstark wiederzugeben. Sie nennen es „Themen“. Und folgende wären diese Woche im Angebot - Bald zu fein für Podcast? Martin hat seinen ersten TV Job seit sechs Jahren. - Von der Faust geküsst. Warum Paul streit mit einem Türsteher im Gebüsch endete. Und - Cancel Culture! Was sollte man öffentlich nicht mehr sagen? Die Zwei bei Instagram: Paul Bunne: www.instagram.com/paulbunne Martin Tietjen: www.instagram.com/martintietjen Sprecherin: Sara Kelly-Husain
Vor den Sondierungsgesprächen ist nach den Sondierungsgesprächen und genau deshalb reden wir heute nicht darüber! Sassi ist den Steuer-Schlupflöchern der Schönen und Reichen auf die Spur gekommen und konnte so einige brisante Fakten auf eigene Faust investigativ zusammen tragen! Pierre weiß die genauen Gründe für die zerstörte Währung Venezuelas und merkt immer mehr, dass er die USA nicht leiden kann. Außerdem bleibt endlich mal genug Zeit für eine genaue Analyse zum Werk aus Sassys kleine Bücherstunde, wo die beiden Eulen tief in die Gedanken der Charaktere eindringen. Vielen Dank fürs Reinhören und habt ganz viel Spaß! Eure Eulen
What is the point of history? What is the point of our acquisition of knowledge? Is there a way for man to live unhistorically? And supposing that we cannot do without history, are there uses for it which are helpful? Are there uses which are harmful? Today we take a deep dive into the Untimely Meditations essay, On the Use and Abuse of History for Life. In this essay, Nietzsche reveals his love of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the famous German playwright and author of Faust. This essay is a statement of Nietzsche's allegiance to one side of German culture - embodied in the likes of Goethe and Schopenhauer - against another thread spun out of the tradition of German Idealism, represented by Hegel. In Goethe, Nietzsche finds the all-important maxim that all learning must be in the service of quickening one's activity and enriching one's life. Episode art: Clio, by Gentileschi Artemisia (1632). Clio is the Greek Muse of History. (Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)
Comentamos o repentino sucesso de Round 6, a declaração de Tarantino de que não tem fetiche por pés, primeiras imagens da série de Sandman, a chegada do Xbox Cloud Gaming e a descoberta de um dinossauro brasileiro! CITADO NO PROGRAMA Por que amamos Round 6? Round 6 pode se tornar a maior série da Netflix, segundo CEO da plataforma Dorama não é exatamente uma novela… O que é? Quentin Tarantino comenta se tem fetiche por pés: “é apenas boa direção” Série de Sandman na Netflix ganha primeiro teaser Vídeo compara teaser de Sandman da Netflix com a HQ Xbox Cloud Gaming chega ao Brasil com mais de 100 jogos Novo pterossauro brasileiro é descoberto e recebe nome inspirado na Mulher-Maravilha APRESENTAÇÃO Pedro Duarte -- Instagram / Twitter Pri Ganiko -- Instagram / Twitter EDIÇÃO Doug Bezerra -- Instagram
Caro leistet Abbitte für ihre frühere Sympathie für Frau Giffey und Jakob sieht in ihr den weiblichen Faust, der einen Pakt mit Mephisto macht. Heute, am 31. Jahrestag der Deutschen Einheit hat Frau Merkel eine persönliche Rede über ihr Ostdeutschsein gehalten und wir fragen uns, was ist das eigentlich - "Deutschsein". Caro denkt an Birkenstock, Teelichter und Versicherungen und Jakob hat keine Lust Deutsch zu sein. Sein Versuch Heines Humor als etwas positiv Deutsches darzustellen muss da natürlich misslingen. Also bleiben wir lieber bei deutscher Gemütlichkeit und hoffen, dass Frau Merkel bald mit ihrer Katze entspannen kann und der Scholzomat fehlerfrei funktioniert. Viel Spaß!
On this episode of the Far Out with Faust podcast, Brian Burzynski, founder of Intelligent Threads, the advanced performance clothing that relaxes muscle tension, guides us to the intersection of intuition & invention, of energy healing & human anatomy, and quantum mechanics & entanglement.This southerner has more than charm: from a very early age, Brian began listening to the quiet guidance coming straight from a higher power. Injuries during his teen years led him down a path toward a type of healing that can't be explained by modern medical textbooks — but has roots in ancient, sacred traditions.We dive deep into the humility abyss — that place where we realized we don't know what we don't know. That place that opens ever wider, the more we let go and listen to our own intuition. Brian trained to be an alternative health practitioner and energy specialist in the (non)traditional way: as an apprentice to an accomplished mentor, gleaning knowledge and honing experience and realizing — again and again — that every encounter is a learning opportunity. This training turned into Brian's Synergy Release Method: a therapeutic modality designed to balance the body's skeletal and muscular systems “so that they work together without compensation.” Thousands of clients — including world-class, professional athletes — have relied on Brian's therapeutic techniques to recover from injury and alleviate chronic pain.Exactly how is this possible? Consider Dynamo Jack: the Chi master who could generate energy powerful enough to ignite fires with just his fingers (believe it or not). Or one of Faust's favorites, Neale Donald Walsch, who cursed God for neglecting him — until he realized that he just hadn't been listening. Tune in to learn how a football player with anger issues sent Brian on a pain-prompted quantum journey that later culminated with the amazing development of breakthrough tech, Intelligent Threads — his extraordinary line of clothing designed to energetically release muscle tension upon contact with the body. Billed as the most advanced wearable tech on the planet, it's the go-to performance gear for a variety of professional athletes.Not convinced? Quiet your mind, lean into the weird, and let your higher power guide you without reservation. The revelations await.To learn more about Brian's therapeutic practice, visit https://srmethod.com/Check out Intelligent Threads (including testimonials and demos from professional athletes): https://intelligentthreads.com/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeXY1GzIh7vce431mRXE9Pg/featuredExplore Conversations with God author Neale Donald Walsch:http://www.nealedonaldwalsch.com/https://smile.amazon.com/Conversations-Neale-Donald-Walsch-Collection/dp/9123797223/ref=sr_1_1?crid=VK233MRBKEF3&dchild=1&keywords=neale+donald+walsch+conversations+with+god&qid=1632936761&sprefix=neale%2Caps%2C238&sr=8-1Learn more about Dynamo Jack:https://www.amazon.com/Magus-Java-Teachings-Authentic-Immortal/dp/0892818131
“I'm OK, you're OK, let's take a breath.”In this podcast episode of Far Out with Faust, we meet Pierre-Etienne Vannier, a mind-body practitioner who specializes in helping patients reconnect with and harness their innate resiliency through hypnotherapy. The utterly mesmerizing French-born therapist, now living in Cairo, connects (truly) with Faust from halfway around the world for a frank and refreshing perspective check.News flash: American fear culture isn't the center of the universe. So what is? A breath, a spark of gratitude...the realization that connection is medicine, says Vannier. The reclaiming of our power to heal ourselves from within, regulating our nervous system by cultivating a feeling of safety through self-reflection and humility.How the hell do we get there? Inhale. Imagine groundbreaking Harvard clinical studies quantifying beyond a doubt the healing power of hypnotherapy. Embark on a real-life hero's journey where vulnerability is the only weapon necessary to vanquish antiquated, stifling male stereotypes.Exhale, as we expose the fallacy of perpetual positivity.Not feeling relaxed? Good: because that's not the point, says Vannier — we've got it all wrong. Meditation isn't meant to whitewash — it's about meeting yourself in the moment, without judgment. A simple acknowledgment of sensation, emotion. Sometimes, it's going to be painful — always, it's going to be profound. The ultimate goal? Oscillating between that pain and pleasure at an ever-higher vibration, the frequency where science is inseparable from spirituality. This is Dr. Joe Dispenza territory (spoiler: Vannier's a fan).Hard truth time: self-discovery isn't always pretty. But don't hold your breath (no, really) — because time doesn't heal. Vannier tells us what does.Pierre-Etienne Vannier is in his second decade as a mind-body practitioner, specializing in clinical hypnotherapy. He has worked in a number of organizational and private settings, including stints at the United Nations and various hospitals, helping patients living with cancer and HIV/AIDS. Vannier is a co-founder of The Healing Studio Online, a community that offers online classes and events to heal our minds, bodies and souls through various healing arts and traditional practices. He is certified in a number of healing modalities, including:*Trauma Resilience Model Practitioner*Community Resilience Model Trainer*Tension & Trauma Release Exercises (TRE) Provider*Clinical Hypnosis Practitioner (Emergency, Pain Management, Immune Disorders)*Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)http://www.pevannier.com/http://www.healingstudioonline.com/Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/pevannier/?hl=enhttps://www.instagram.com/healingstudioonline/?hl=enFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/pevannieratwork/https://www.facebook.com/healingstudioonline/
As human beings we tend to carry our childhood traumas with us well into adulthood. No wonder it's so hard maintaining a successful business or developing successful relationships. We are still carrying old wounds and old beliefs! In this episode of Out of the Box With Christine we get a chance to break it all down with therapist and author Faust Ruggiero. Faust Ruggiero's professional career spans almost 40 years, and he is a published research author, clinical trainer, and a therapist who has worked in settings that have included clinics for deaf children, prisons, nursing homes, substance abuse centers, inpatient facilities, and major corporations. GET HIS BOOK! Visit https://amzn.to/2XOxzwI to get The Fix Yourself Handbook For more info on Faust visit https://www.faustruggiero.com/ For more info on Christine visit http://www.ChristineBlosdale.com For more info on this podcast visit http://www.OutoftheBoxWithChristine.com #lawofattraction #healing #personaldevelopment #wellness #selfcare
After the right to life is secured and protected for the unborn child, the very next natural right that child has is a right to be raised by the two individuals responsible for their existence. This means that, like abortion, third-party reproduction is also a violation of children's rights. Unfortunately, many Christians don't agree and they often rely on various third-party reproductive "solutions" to fulfill their desires. Katy Faust is the founder and director of Them Before Us, an organization that advances social policies that encourage adults to put the rights of children before adult desires. She joins me today to discuss how third-party reproduction is objectively wrong and respond to common objections to her position. Katy's Article: Don't Celebrate The Buttigieg Twins' Mother-Loss Them Before Us: https://thembeforeus.com Date: 09/23/21 To help UnAborted create more pro-life content and take our content to the streets, become a Patron of the show at https://www.patreon.com/unaborted To help Seth reach more high school and college students through pro-life presentations around the country, become a monthly supporter at https://prolifetraining.com/donate/
What started as a conversation with a magician passing through town, ended with some dark insights. The game at-play is continuing to reveal itself. It's archetypical, it's metaphorical but tangibly happening. Increased awareness and increased perception are the map and compass. This is a good video. Maybe a little dark. Maybe a little creepy. But sterile and orderly environments are best left for the neighborhood Target. Be sure to watch to the end.Faust, Loki, Fauci, Biden, Amish, chance meetings, illusions, and more.IG @susquehannaalchemyVisit My Website Susquehanna AlchemySupport on Subscribe StarBuy Susquehanna Alchemy Gear
durée : 00:28:44 - Personnages en personne - par : Charles Dantzig - Qui est Faust qui a signé un pacte avec Méphistophélès? En échange de son âme, le vieux savant, retrouve une nouvelle jeunesse... mais qu'en est-il de son humanité? - réalisation : Clotilde Pivin - invités : Charles Ficat Ecrivain et éditeur chez Bartillat
Nate Faust is the Founder of Olive, a first of its kind shopping site with a mission to reduce waste from online shopping. Olive consolidates a shopper's orders from multiple retailers into one delivery, with the package arriving in a reusable tote without any cardboard/plastic. Nate previously co-founded Jet.com before selling it to Walmart for $3.3B, the largest US e-commerce acquisition to date at the time.
We got some of the sharpest female minds with us today (Katy Faust and Stacy Manning) on this special podcast episode on abortion. The world is loosing its mind and the culture's responds to the Texas heart beat law, is no exception. We couldn't help but notice the outrage against it, so we did a special podcast session, were we unpack what should be obvious to Christian's... why abortion and the killing of babies is evil and how to combat some of the common arguments and mindset that comes with those who think abortion is a good thing. NOTES: This Weeks Whiskey: FEW Straight Bourbon Whiskey, Illinois "Them Before Us" book address this topic of abortion, amongst many other aspects of Children's Rights Website: https://thembeforeus.com Book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1642935964 "Children's rights are being sacrificed on the alter of adult desires" Abortion is the literal sacrificing children on the alter of convenience. Our primary human right (including kids, born or unborn), is the right to life... without which, no other right matters. Children have a right to life and a right to their mom and dad. Why is abortion NOT about the woman's body? If it was "my body my choice"... if it was "your body", then after the abortion, you (the mother) would be the one dead at the end of the procedure. Children are not born for us, they are born through us and completely distinct from their mother. As Christian's, "our body" and our children's bodies and lives are not our own. We are stewards of the lives God gives us, the kids's God blesses us with and all that God entrusts us with in this life. The push for abortion is one of the many byproducts of feminism, where feminist see that a man can walk away from a pregnancy, but the woman can't. And so in their mind, women will never be equal until they are the same and so abortion is the woman's equality to be able to walk away from the pregnancy too. A better option for equality, where no one has to die, is insisting that the man doesn't walk away from the baby and it's mother. Men are co-creators and 50% responsible for creating this new life, should have a say and should be held responsible and accountable. Woman who have never been pregnant, given birth or been a parent, have no place to tell men (many of whom have walked with their wives through the pregnancy and birthing process) have no say on abortion because it's solely a "woman's issue". The manipulation of language to obscure the brutally hard truth about what abortion actually is. You can't counter an emotional argument (most pro-choice arguments) with a logical or moral argument (pro-life argument). You can't make an argument or justification for something, using the exception instead of examining the rule (defending the pro-choice position with the "what about rape or incest" - those are exceptions with only 1% of abortions being due to that and policy & law should not be made based on the outlying exceptions) Abortion is not about "reproductive health". The baby has already been conceived (reproduced) and if not interrupted by a deliberate attempt to end the babies life, it will grow and be born as a human baby. Christian's CAN NOT be both "pro life" and "pro choice" and still be faithful to Jesus. Stacy takes it one step further and says, "you can't be a Democrat or vote for Democratic policies and politicians and still call yourself a Christian". The "right" to abortion is not a constitutional right (The Roe vs. Wade decision in 1973, is not part of the constitution) What are Christian's to do when what is legal and allowed (or even applauded), is not in alignment with what God says is good or right. So much of the cultural conversation come down to what we consider "sacred": Either "life" is sacred or personal choice, individual will, or "woman's health" (or something else) is considered sacred. Either the unborn life of the baby has moral significance or it doesn't... and that will determine where someone falls on the issue of abortion. There have been over 41M legal abortions from 1973 to 2018 and while the numbers have been decreasing since 1997, there were still 620,000 abortions in 2018 (the last year the data is available) and society has shifted from saying they should be safe, rare and legal, to they should be allowed for any reason, at any time, with no shame/stigma and even celebrated. I believe that abortion is our generation's "slavery" and in 50-100 years, society will look back on the Millions of snuffed out lives due to abortion and wonder how a society could not only allow such an atrocity but actually encourage it and call it a good thing. Progressive ideology is guilty of "the bigotry of low-expectations" towards minorities. RESOURCE: https://www.desiringgod.org/topics/abortion https://www.ccef.org/book/healing-after-abortion-gods-mercy-you/ Genesis 1:27-28 - “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. And God blessed them. And God said to them, "Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth."” Call To Action: Follow us on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/the_old_fashion_dad_podcast/) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/oldfashiondadpodcast/) for more content & DM us to connect! Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/old-fashion-dad-podcast/id1513254208) or your favorite podcast app.
On this radically-motivating podcast episode of Far Out with Faust, “Reverse Engineering Success: Manifesting Your Dream Life,” we meet self-proclaimed Humble Enlightened Millionaire, Alex “Hudi” Huditan.Born in Romania, this well-traveled nomad abandoned his corporate cubicle job in Bucharest six years ago in search of self-improvement nirvana — and discovered the power to forge his own destiny.Evolving from party promoter to Amazon entrepreneur to successful 7-figure online community creator, Huditan tuned into a life-altering truth that allowed him to tap into the limitless potential of our universe. His eclectic blend of spiritual voodoo — we're talking mojo from the likes of Tim Ferriss and Dr. Joe Dispenza, with stints at Vipassana and darkness retreats — transformed this success-seeking pseudo-rebel into a humble student who's not afraid to share secrets.Learn about the power of The Perfect Day exercise to manifest your best life, and why timing is absolutely EVERYTHING. Huditan explains why selective ignorance is his mindset of choice — how his life changed dramatically when he stopped looking at what is true, and instead starting focusing on what is useful. Did we mention this millionaire works only a handful of hours each month, instead traveling the world in luxary on a whim?Don't miss Faust on one of his best metaphor rants yet, speeding down the road of life with both hands decidedly off the wheel. We careen into the western fallacy of “finding your purpose” — and the revelation that half of what we remember to have happened to us is flat-out false (thank you, Dr. Joe). There may or may not be 2 separate Bruce Willis shout-outs, but who's counting?Stick through till the end to hear Huditan's jaw-droppingly profound, two-word answer to Faust's standard closing question: what one message would you give to humanity if you could?Transformation Program: Reset NormalNew group starting soon. More details at:www.resetnormal.comThe Story of the Egghttps://youtu.be/h6fcK_fRYaI
The collapse of Afghan government forces and the rapid seizure of power by the Taliban has unleashed a series of intense debates about the implications for Europe. How will the Western withdrawal impact on the state of European defence and military capabilities? Are we likely to see a shift in Europe's relationship with other powers - such as Turkey, China, and the United States? In this week's podcast, host Mark Leonard talks with Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR's research director, and senior policy fellows Asli Aydintaşbaş and Andrew Small about what the withdrawal of Western forces from Afghanistan means for Europe and the future of transatlantic relations. Further Reading: - “The fall of the Afghan government and what it means for Europe” by ECFR policy experts: https://buff.ly/3kqkOjh - “The Afghan tragedy and the age of unpeace” by Mark Leonard: https://buff.ly/3gXZTmS Bookshelf: "Age of Unpeace" by Mark Leonard https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/144/1443237/the-age-of-unpeace/9781787634657.html - "Faust's Metropolis - A History of Berlin" by Alexandra Richie - “Mr. Five Per Cent” by Jonathan Conlin - “Red Roulette" by Desmond Shum
On this episode of the Far Out with Faust podcast we're talking to Josh Trent, host of the venerated @Wellness Force podcast about mental health and emotional intelligence. In the context of the uncertain, fear-filled state of our modern society, we tackle social emotional evolution as a counterpoint to the sedation and segregation of a population.Learn how behavioral psychology impacts our power to choose — and what neuroscience has to say about whether that power even exists, given big tech's hijacking of our collective consciousness.Though we dive deep into the matrix, there's an undercurrent of uplifting energy on the other side, as we find within ourselves the courage it takes to be a light in the darkness.Josh Trent has spent the past 18 years as a trainer, researcher, traveler and facilitator doggedly in pursuit of the physical and emotional intelligence and experiences humans need to thrive in our modern world. He's host of the one and only Wellness Force podcast, one of the podcasts that inspired the creation of Far Out with Faust. The Wellness Force podcast library consists of an epic 400 highly informative interviews with some of the most influential and respected names in health and wellness. Wellness Force is a global collective dedicated to gathering and mastering knowledge and practices for humans to embody the greatest expression of themselves amid the din and chaos of our present day.https://wellnessforce.comWellness Force - Josh Trent - YouTubeInstagram @Wellness Force GUESTS SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTSOUR SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS@FarOutWithFaust#FarOutWithFaust #RedPillUnplugged #Podcast
On this podcast episode, Faust and 23andMe alum Bo Lopker talk zombies, astronomical algorithms, and the insane revelations that unfurl when we start decoding the miracle of human conception & chromosome pairing.Bo was a genetic engineering leader for DNA testing pioneer 23andMe, where he managed teams for Research Experience, Engagement, Clinical Trial Recruitment and Cloud Infrastructure. He learned firsthand how to translate science into products and ran large, global engineering teams to make it happen.He has a BS in Applied Mathematics and an MS in Computer Science from UCSB. While a student, he worked with the Oakley Evolution Lab building phylogenetic trees on their supercomputing cluster. He built the space image viewer for Las Cumbres Observatory, empowering astronomers around the world to better understand the universe.23andMe, Inc. is a publicly held personal genomics and biotechnology company based in Sunnyvale, California. It's known for providing a direct-to-consumer genetic testing service in which customers provide saliva samples that are laboratory analyzed, to generate reports for the customer's ancestry and genetic predispositions to health-related topics. The company's name is derived from the fact that there are 23 pairs of chromosomes in a human cell.Bo is currently working on his new venture Totem, an app that brings people together for genuine interaction that helps break them out of their social media bubbles.
MARCINHO EIRAS é músico e guitarrista fenomenal, sendo capaz de tocar 3 guitarras ao mesmo tempo. Marcinho já fez parte do grupo Rádio Táxi e também da banda do Domingão do Faustão, além de fazer shows pelo mundo inteiro. O Vilela tem um canal de viagens também, e o próximo vídeo será sobre o seu quintal, que é o lugar mais longe que ele foi ultimamente. Assista ao episódio também no Youtube: https://youtu.be/QVZacABxL70 Estamos transmitindo nossas lives também na Twitch!! https://www.twitch.tv/inteligencialimitada Quer mandar presentes para nós? CAIXA POSTAL 81969 | CEP: 05619-970 | São Paulo - SP
This episode is yet another COVID update from our resident experts Steve McGraw, D.O. and Dr. Russell Faust, MD, PhD. Steve and Russ are both considered experts in their respective fields and they're back to give us a COVID-19 update, as well as answer recent questions we've received from the EMS and hospital communities. Most importantly, what they have to say is based in the latest scientific data and literature. In this episode, our guests provide an update of the COVID-19 pandemic, variants, and vaccines for the EMS and ED communities. Our guests also discuss things to consider as we close out summer and enter a new school season. Please keep emailing your questions, comments, feedback, and episode ideas to the EMS on AIR Podcast team by email at QI@OCMCA.org. Visit EMSonAIR.com for the latest information, podcast episodes and other details. Follow us on Instagram @EMSOnAIR.Geoff Lassers, Paramedic I/C, AASHost/Producer, EMS on AIR PodcastEMS System Manager, Oakland County Medical Control AuthorityDirector of Education, American CMEFirefighter/Paramedic, West Bloomfield Fire DepartmentQi@ocmca.org Steve McGraw, D.O.Co-Medical Director, EMS on AIR PodcastEMS Medical Director, Oakland County Medical Control Authority email@example.com Russell Faust, MD, PhDCo-Medical Director, EMS on AIR Podcast Medical Director, Oakland County Health firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/emsonair?fan_landing=true)
Faustão foi substituído por Luciano Huck que foi substituído por Mion. Vocês repararam que estão acontecendo muitas mudanças em 2021? Na TV, no mundo pop, na sociedade e na nossa vida pessoal também. Refletimos sobre esse momento e recebemos uma análise da astróloga Titi Vidal. Vem filosofar com a gente! Siga a gente: http://instagram.com/donosdarazaopodcast
"The right thing to do is always the right thing. The people who do that — there's a reason those are the successful guys." - Paul Faust How do you network best at conferences? Why does Paul think voice communication is never going away? What is a “no zero” day? How can being a part of your community distinguish your practice? How did Paul end up playing a character on “The Office”? Connection is Key Paul Faust is the king of custom phone numbers, but he's not just that. He's a catalyst in the legal industry, connecting attorneys nationally, giving counsel to newcomers, and sharing a wealth of materials. Paul knows who's going to which conference, who has a good client packet, and which mass torts need lawyers. He's got a big Rolodex and he's not afraid to use it. And whether you're his client or not, nothing makes Paul happier than finding a way to help you out. Paul started college with no understanding of what he wanted to do — but he knew what he liked and what he was good at: connecting with people. Through an unexpected meeting at a softball game, Paul went into the communications business with his partner Greg Hammerschlag. Together they started RingBoost, which allowed him to focus on his strengths: working with people. As he says, “It's not about phone numbers. It's about human connection. My tool just happens to be your number.” A Helping Hand Goes a Long Way Paul helps people even if they aren't clients and never will be. Being helpful develops trust so that if a lawyer ever does need his services, they already have a relationship. But more than that, Paul sees it as the right thing to do. “At the end of the day, it will come around,” he believes. “People will know that you're not just trying to sell them. You actually believe in what you're doing and that it's the right thing.” From noting ideas on the back of a "barf bag" to attending conferences worldwide, Paul idolizes helping others through the tool of "human connection." The Unconventional is the Future Paul breaks away from convention and thinks outside the box. As he puts it: "I think too many people don't get that by getting out of your regular inbox you see a lot of things you would not normally see." As Paul mentions, he didn't "plan everything," which allowed him to keep an open mind and explore different avenues, such as the one that got him where he is today. Paul reinforces the principle of speaking to "everybody," insisting that "you have no idea where your life's going to take you." With the rise in technological advances, Paul still believes in staying connected. While he is most certainly intrigued by the evolution of technology, he feels as though human contact will always be more significant. Key takeaways: Talk to everybody. You never know what a relationship could bring. Be a resource. Helping people will come back to help you. Your grind may look different. Don't just hustle to hustle. Do what works for your business. Links and Resources The Game Changing Attorney Podcast Michael Mogill Facebook Michael Mogill Twitter Michael Mogill Instagram Michael Mogill LinkedIn Crisp Website Crisp Facebook Crisp Twitter Crisp Instagram Crisp LinkedIn Paul Faust LinkedIn Paul Faust Company Website Cool Guy Paul - The Office 1-800-PREPARE
It sure seems like everyone says if you want to get into a top-tier college, you need to:1. take the most rigorous coursework available at your school and do well2. retake ACT or SAT until you can score above a 34 or above a 1550. Hire a tutor if necessary3. Join multiple clubs. But don't just be a participant, become the president or leader of student counsel, MUN, or both.4. Develop your "spike." Become good enough to win national/international awards in science, math competitions, writing, etc.Sounds exhausting, doesn't it?Yet tens of thousands of ambitious teens sacrifice sleep, fun, friends, and more in order to accomplish this feat.Anyone who has had a family member go through college admissions knows what I'm talking about.Teachers, college counsellors, parents, and peers all support this message.But it is a terrible strategy.Think about it. When you apply to [NAME OF DREAM SCHOOL], your application will be one of some 30,000 or more applicants.A few thousand of these applicants will be valedictorians.Several thousand will be valedictorians with outstanding test scores and demonstrated leadership.And, depending on the school, most of these students will be rejected.Harvard president Faust said they could fill their incoming freshman class twice over with only valedictorians each year.Yet only a fraction of them actual get in.Why?Because it is not the most qualified student who gets in.Think about it.If you had to read through 30,000+ applications to choose a group of less than 2k students, how would you decide who was more qualified?When everyone is following the same strategy-- do all four steps I listed at the top-- then how will you stand out?The answer for most teens (and their teachers, parents, and counsellors) is "I'll stand out by doing everything better than everyone else."Look at that. Your "stand out" strategy is to do the same things everyone else is doing, but you'll do them better?That is not standing out.It also happens to be exhausting.totally, utterly, heartbreakingly, exhausting.Stop.Just stop.Doing those things better than everyone else helps you stand out in your own high school. But not to an Ivy League admissions officer.I've spoken to the people who decide who gets into Harvard, UPenn, Stanford, Dartmouth, and more.They have no way of knowing which applicant is truly the most impressive or the most qualified.They wish they knew, but they have no way of truly knowing.So they choose the most interesting person.The most interesting.So sacrificing your fun, friends. sleep, and sanity is not only a terribly high price to pay, once you've paid it, you often end up without the admittance letter you were hoping for in the first place.When I got my MS at Harvard, I discovered that the campus was FULL of students who did not follow that strategy.Instead, they spent high school and middle school pursuing their genuine interests.They cultivated impressive curiosity, and learned how to pursue that curiosity to an unusually high level.And they cared about something.They weren't just curious, they also wanted to make their communities better in some way.They made an impact.They didn't spend their middle school and high school years trying to 'become' the person who might be good enough to get into their dream school--they didn't care about becoming anyone else.They were just genuinely curious and wanted to make some aspect of the world a little bit better because of that.College preparation should be fun and it should infuse curiosity and joy into the teenager.And if you were so busy doing steps 1-4 above that you don't have time for curiosity, you are sadly missing the point.
O tempo está passando e cada vez fica mais difícil viabilizar um representante que se lance como alternativa à polarização entre Lula e Bolsonaro. Nessa corrida pela terceira via, muitos nomes foram colocados, seja da política tradicional ou fora dela, como o de Ciro Gomes, João Doria, José Luiz Datena, o do ex-ministro da Saúde, Luiz Henrique Mandetta, e até do apresentador Luciano Huck, que já desistiu da candidatura para substituir o Faustão nos domingos da Rede Globo. Por conta da CPI da Covid, novos nomes do Senado também começam a surgir como possíveis concorrentes à Presidência. É o caso do presidente do Senado, Rodrigo Pacheco (DEM-MG), de Simone Tebet (MDB-MS) e, mais recentemente, de Alessandro Vieira (Cidadania-SE). São candidaturas com perfil semelhante, buscam um caminho mais moderado, apoiados pelo centro e com bandeiras como combate à corrupção. Na pesquisa eleitoral recente divulgada pela Genial/Quaest, o ex-presidente Lula segue com quase a metade dos votos em um cenário de primeiro turno e iria para o segundo turno com Bolsonaro, onde venceria a disputa. Além do alto percentual de eleitores sem candidato, o levantamento diz que 25% dos entrevistados, quando oferecida a opção, preferem alguém que não seja nem Lula, nem Bolsonaro. Em agosto, essa fração era de 28%, o número está em queda e segundo especialistas é necessário um nome concreto para conquistar os eleitores. No episódio desta sexta-feira do 'Estadão Notícias', vamos conversar sobre a viabilidade de uma candidatura de terceira via à Presidência com a cientista política e pesquisadora na Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV), Lara Mesquita. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we're talking to children's rights activist Katy Faust about standing up for the most vulnerable group in America: our kids. Faust believes that acknowledging the biological differences between men and women is integral to kids' development, as well as being raised by a married couple to ensure proper development. If you look at the statistics, kids who are raised in traditional homes tend to fare better in life than those who aren't. Marriage, as Faust says, is the most child-friendly institution there is, but unfortunately, the Left's attacks on marriage have hurt children over the years. --- Today's Sponsors: Good Ranchers have traveled the US and met with the actual farmers that raise the livestock to ensure their craft beef and better than organic chicken they are sending to your table is the very best. Go to GoodRanchers.com/ALLIE to get $20 off & free express shipping! Or if you subscribe today, you'll save 20% on each box of mouth-watering meals. Gabi uses your current policy to compare your current coverage with 40 of the top insurance providers like: Progressive, Nationwide and Travelers. They'll only show you policies that are the same or better than your current coverage. Go to Gabi.com/RELATABLE to start saving today! --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Recently I read a very interesting article on the challenges of aging. Studies by the experts state that the generation who are celebrating their 50th, 60th, and 70th anniversaries have succeeded in kicking the belabbers out of the stereotypes of aging. Perhaps this can be explained by one word - attitude. The experts stated, "the attitudes of a 70 year-old today are equivalent to those of a 50 year-old, only a decade or two ago." It is interesting how many couples are their 50th, 60th, and even 70th wedding anniversaries. More individuals are also reaching that century mark. The late George Burns stated, "I see people who, the minute they get to be 60 start rehearsing to be old. They practice when they sit down and grunting when they get up, and by the time they get to be 70 they're a hit. They've got the part. They're old." I like to think that the streams of life bring depth, and wisdom in our lives. Goethe finished his Faust at 81, at 80 Verdi produced his famous Falstaff, Tennyson wrote "Crossing the Bar" at 83. Valtaire was still pending plays at 84, Monet was painting great pictures at 86. Marian Bannon Ray in "The Stillness is Dancing" says, "At 50, the mind has yet to reach its zenith, at 60 it is at its best, and then declines gradually that 80, those who have kept themselves mentally alert can be just as productive as at 30." Judgment and reason may actually improve and creative imagination is scarcely touched by age. I think Mark Twain says the best, "Age is mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter." Warm Thoughts: If you are too busy to laugh, you are too busy. The old other precious gems are the center of the household. Chinese proverb. Have many warm thoughts every day. Warm Thoughts from the Little Home on the Prairie Over a Cup of Tea by Luetta G WernerPublished in the Marion Record August 29th, 1996Download the Found Photo Freebie and cherish your memories of the past.Enjoy flipping through the Vintage Photo Book on your coffee table.I hope you enjoyed this podcast episode! Please follow along on this journey by going to visualbenedictions.com or following me on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, and Overcast. And don't forget to rate and review so more people can tune in! I'd greatly appreciate it.Till next time,Trina
durée : 00:39:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit, Albane Penaranda, Mathilde Wagman - En 1951, le cinéaste René Clair donnait une série de douze entretiens sur la Chaîne Nationale. dans les volets 8 et 11 il évoquait sa carrière et certains de ses films dont "La Beauté du diable". Ces entretiens étaient illustrés par des lectures de Gérard Philipe. - réalisation : Virginie Mourthé - invités : René Clair Acteur, Réalisateur, Scénariste, Producteur, Dialoguiste, Assistant réalisateur, Adaptateur français; Gérard Philipe
A new Bonus Episode, as John and Richard tackle moldy comic books, your reactions to comic book NFTs, a trip down memory lane with Quinn & Vigil's Faust, plus John's beard - what's up with that?! Comic Book NFT sales tracker - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/0/d/196tkBnlObj6-Ozzd8lvfgKzn0m6IDcGOSoUXZD_H_6I/htmlview# Bronze and Modern Gods is the channel dedicated to the Bronze, Copper and Modern Ages of comics and comic book collecting! Follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BronzeAndModernGods Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bronzeandmoderngods #comics #comicbooks #comiccollecting --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bronzeandmoderngods/support
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Synopsis On today's date in 1893 the French composer Lili Boulanger was born in Paris. In 1913, when she was 20, Lili Boulanger became the first woman to win the prestigious Prix de Rome for her cantata “Faust and Helen,” an achievement which was headline news in those days. Lili's father, Ernst, had he lived to see it, would have been especially proud, since he, too, was a composer and had won the Prix de Rome himself back in 1835. The Boulangers were a remarkably talented family, it seems, and it's one of music history's saddest “what-might-have-beens” to consider what Lili might have accomplished if she had lived as long as her gifted older sister, Nadia Boulanger, who died at 92 after a long career as the world's most famous composition teacher. Nadia could count among her pupils several generations of famous American composers, ranging from Aaron Copland to Philip Glass. Lili Boulanger suffered from Crohn's disease, and died at just 24 years of age, in 1918. Despite her frail health and tragically short life, Lili Boulanger left behind a small body of vocal and instrumental works that are still performed. Her Psalm settings in particular are admired for their solemnity and deep spirit. Music Played in Today's Program Lili Boulanger (1893 - 1918) – D'un matin de printemps (Olivier Charlier, violin; Emile Naoumoff, piano) Marco Polo 8.223636
Children have the right to be raised by both their mother and father. That used to be a noncontroversial idea. But no longer. In their eye-opening 2021 book, Them Before Us: Why We Need a Global Children's Rights Movement (Post Hill Press, 2021), Katy Faust and Stacy Manning examine how children have been damaged by such developments as no-fault divorce, marriage equality, and the largely unregulated fields of surrogacy and in-vitro-fertilization. They argue that in the quest for the satisfaction of the desires of adults (the “Us” of the title), children (the “Them” of the title) have been treated as afterthoughts and made into tiny cheerleaders for lifestyles that have deprived the child of either a father or a mother by design. The authors quote extensively from a broad range of now adult children of same-sex couples, surrogacy and children of “donors” of sperm or eggs—which are not usually donated but bought and paid for. These personal testimonies are heartbreaking and expose the cost to the children of these arrangements and technologies. One example from a woman conceived via egg donation: It bothers me that I cost money, that the one woman I want most in this life is a stranger yet 50 percent of me. Sometimes I wish I weren't born. I didn't ask for this, and I never would have consented to it. The child of a male same-sex couple says: My five-year-old brain could not understand why I didn't have the mom that I suddenly desperately wanted. I felt the loss. I felt the hole. As I grew, I tried to fill that hole with aunts, my dads' lesbian friends, and teachers. I remember asking my first-grade teacher if I could call her Mom. I asked that question of any woman who showed me any amount of love and affection. It was instinctive. I craved a mother's love even though I was well loved by my two gay dads. This is an invaluable, gripping record in their own words of the trauma inflicted on children of this brave new world. They are moving documents that show the dark side of social and scientific changes that are often lauded as utterly desirable and unproblematic. Faust and Manning detail the repercussions of three categories of intentional parental loss: children who experienced divorce and abandonment, children with LGBT parents, and children born of surrogacy and via sperm and/or egg donation. They point out, for example, the startling contrast between adoption (heavily regulated) and surrogacy (basically, shockingly unregulated). This is an expose of historic importance. It should be read by anyone interested in the fields of bioethics, sociology, psychology, child development, law, public policy, gender studies and concerned about the fate of children born of reproductive technologies or raised intentionally without a mother or a father. The ramifications of these vast and sudden changes have not been addressed sufficiently or candidly outside of conservative scholarly circles. A crucial readership for this book is that of would-be parents considering having children outside of a traditional marriage or producing children via sperm or egg donation. Read what the children of such arrangements say of their lifelong pain and feelings of loss before you rush into a parenthood that cannot take place without intentional biological parent deprivation. We'll talk today with Katy Faust, the founder and director of Them Before Us and the co-author of this important book about the rights of children. Give a listen. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is an animated television series produced by Hasbro as part of the My Little Pony toy franchise, which is tied in with the 2010 relaunch of dolls and play sets and original programming for the American children's cable channel Discovery Family (formerly Hub Network). Lauren Faust was selected as the creative developer and executive producer for the show based on her previous animation experience with other animated shows such as Cartoon Network's The Powerpuff Girls and Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Under Hasbro's guidance, Faust developed the show to appeal to the target demographic of young girls, but created characters and settings that challenged formerly stereotypical norms of "girly" images and added adventure and humorous elements in order to keep parents interested.