It's mid-heist, and most of the party has made it to the arcane room of the mansion. The scene is the minotaur Jag bashing on the next door in the room to get it open. Violexx in her elf disguise has found a set of keys that she's hoping Jag will just try instead. Namee, transformed into a ferret, has summoned a swarm of mice to run wild throughout the party. And Way is standing there, rooting through his giant tortle backpack, worried about the footsteps he hears over Jag's attack on the door. Footsteps that are steadily coming down the hall towards them. At the same time, the fairly intoxicated Rady is off on his own and has stumbled through a secret door in the wine cellar. A door that leads to a tunnel ending in stairs going down, deep into the ground. Will Jag get that door open? Will the rampaging rodents be enough of a distraction to keep security from investigating the noise he's causing? Just who is coming towards that arcane room? What will happen that reminds Namee that hit points are a thing in this game? And what awaits them down the stairs, in the depths below the mansion? Let's just hope it's not helmed horrors! Join us in discord or see our twitter post here for the maps discussed in the episode- Mansion Maps Are you enjoying the show? Please help us grow and tell someone about it! All episodes are available at http://www.intelligencecheck.com/ Join us on Discord https://discord.gg/EWv8hFn ! We're on Twitter https://twitter.com/IntelCheckDnD, Reddit www.reddit.com/r/IntelligenceCheck/, and Facebook www.facebook.com/intelligencecheck . Email us at email@example.com Follow cast members on twitter! Kyle is @overturfKyle1, Lauren is @HottingerLauren, Kevin is @Palards, Mike is @CriticalButler, and Ben runs the show account. Help support the show on Patreon and get access to exclusive bonus content like behind the scenes discussions and our Season 1 Album! More details at https://www.patreon.com/IntelligenceCheck . And thank you to our patrons listed here http://www.intelligencecheck.com/p/supporter-shout-outs/! Merchandise is available at tee.pub/lic/18PfY6FQeuc Theme song by Jet 'n' Joby Logo designed by Ed Rempfer
Archaeology over the past few decades has continued to find evidence that the Bible speaks truth; that the people and places mentioned in the Old and New Testaments were not parts of some mythological creation, but evidence of historical facts unearthed through science. Author and journalist Michael Hesemann "connects the dots between the Gospels and the time Christ" through his book, Jesus of Nazareth: Archaeologists Retracing the Footsteps of Christ. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, Hesemann presents the latest information from archeological findings over the past decade, since the first edition of his book was published... including more details of the Wedding at Cana, the account in the Gospel of John which describes Jesus's first miracle of turning water into wine. Hesemann is the author of some forty-four books, including Mary of Nazareth, and co-author with Mgr. Georg Ratzginger, of the international best-seller on Pope Benedict XVI, My Brother the Pope. It was in fact that book that helped create my first meeting Michael in Rome, where we became friends. He invited me to Regensburg, Germany to meet Mgr. Ratzinger and to celebrate his 89th birthday. I brought my mom along who was also 89 at the time. It paved the way for me to perform for Pope Benedict XVI the very next year at the Vatican, and the famous picture of my mom hugging Pope Benedict. Listen to us reminisce of those times and more... as well as fascinating information on what archeologist have found in the Holy Land.
2013 - In Ephesus, Jeff looks at the first New Testament book written by Paul — to the Galatians in defense of including non-Jewish believers. Paul writes a loving letter from Athens to the suffering church in Thessalonica.
This week we continue where we left off last week and uncover the nature of the beast and how we can with patience and discernment avoid conforming to this false image and rather conform to who we were meant to be in the image of Messiah Yeshua.
Six strikes St Mary's bell, and it's a new day. A new woodland day, with time returned to normal. The wood pigeons coo it. The cow lows it. The buzzard whistles it and the rooks crow it, from the high tree tops. The cockerel crows it too. A new day, for this wood, just to be. Footsteps? Someone! Steady strides. Wading boot deep into the forest pool, down, and into it through a flood bank of leaves. It's the woodsman, come to tend the forest. Come to clear its tangles and fallen branches. But we think the woodsman's come not just for work, but for a swim. A swim and a bathe in the forest's atmosphere. Its still sense of emptiness, the rippling bands of peace between the trees. Its high vertical walls, of quiet. To mark Radio Lento's 100th episode, we wanted to share this, a special recording. It is the eleventh segment from the twelve hour overnight recording we made of an empty wood in Dedham Vale. Lento began at episode 1 with a 30 minute clip from this same segment, done back then as a test, to see if the whole idea might work. Thanks to everyone who's listened and especially to those who've got in touch to tell us what Lento recordings mean to them. You've inspired us to make these 100 episodes, to keep searching for new places to record, and to develop better methods for capturing the essence of these natural places in detailed, spatial sound. Huge thanks to everyone who has made a donation too. Every pound goes towards the costs of Radio Lento, which is funded by us.
Bedtime Story to gently go to sleep. This is the story about Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha and his teaching. I set out on a journey, this time following the tracks of Siddhartha Gautama. My journey begins at the Buddha's birthplace, today's Lumbini, in Nepal's lowland region of Terai. The time and place into which Siddhartha was born, about 500 BC on the northern edge of the Gangetic plain was on the periphery of the developing north Indian civilisation. This is where his story starts.
Who's feet are making mysterious stepping sounds through the halls late at night? Here is a preview of the story. “Footsteps. Or, more specifically, the footsteps sounded like someone with boots on slowly walking and scuffling their heels against the floor. And to make it worse, the footsteps were coming in my direction. It sounded as if the footsteps started at the edge between the kitchen and dining room, and I counted something between 6 and 9 footsteps before the noise stopped. Right at the entranceway of the hallway... facing my bathroom. Not thinking twice, I threw some clothes on and hurried to my parents' bedroom. They were both sound asleep at the time, and I was the only other person in the house.” To hear more real ghost stories, become a supporter of our show and get every episode, including our weekly bonus episodes at http://www.ghostpodcast.com or http://www.patreon.com/realghoststories Watch more at: http://www.realghoststoriesonline.com/ If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our show or call 1-855-853-4802! If you like the show, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: http://www.ghostpodcast.com/?page_id=118 or at or at http://www.patreon.com/realghoststories
2012 - Paul's legal troubles land him in stormy waters where he is shipwrecked at Malta. His appeal leads to a prison cell in Rome, but it cannot contain Paul's desire to share the Gospel during the final years of his life.
FLORESVILLE, Texas - State Rep. Ryan Guillen chose Floresville, Texas, birthplace of John Connally, to follow in the footsteps of the former Texas Governor and U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, and flip from being a Democrat to a Republican.Since 2003, Guillen has served in the Texas House as a Democrat. But in November, 2021, he announced he would seek election for the same seat - House District 31 - as a Republican.Connally served as U.S. Secretary of the Navy in President Kennedy's administration and later successfully ran for Governor of Texas as a conservative Democrat. However, he served as U.S. Secretary of Treasury in President Nixon's administration and sought the Republican nomination for president of the United States in 1980.When Guillen, a native of Rio Grande City, announced his party switch he did not mention Connally. He said: “Growing up in South Texas, I grew up among Democrats. I ran for office as a Democrat, and just last year I won re-election as a Democrat, by a 17-point margin. While at the same time, President Trump won the district by 13 points. But friends, something is happening in South Texas and many of us are waking up to the fact that the value of those in Washington, D.C., are not our values, are not the values of most Texans, certainly not the values of South Texans.”Guillen added: “The ideology of defunding the police, of destroying the oil and gas industry, and of the chaos at our border is disastrous for those of us who live here in South Texas. That is why after much thought, and much prayer with my family, today I am announcing that I will proudly be running as a Republican to represent House District 31. After years of voting to protect the Second Amendment, after years of voting to protect the unborn, and against tax increases and two secure the border I now look forward to not having to break with my party in order to do so.”
This week we are taking a closer look at the beast as it pertains to the sign on your doorpost (mezuzah), as well as the concept of a nation of priests who are expected to conceal themselves on a particular side of the door on the night of destruction. These priests should be busing themselves with a particular activity namely the feast of Passover which we'll unpack in greater detail in this week's epsiode.
Episode 108 is live! Come hang out with us as we wrap 2021 with a bow and send it on it's merry way. We take this episode to discuss our achievements in 2021, our goals for 2022, and so much more. We have highs and lows, and we tell you what we learned from a hard year. We hope you enjoy this episode, have a happy holiday season, and have a happy new year! See you when the calendar turns! Now don't forget to like, share, and subscribe! Top Shelf Topic: 10:52 Game Mentions: Brass: Birmingham, Sekigahara: the Unification of Japan, Patchwork: Halloween Edition, Horrified, The Knight Game, Maracaibo, Taboo, Nice Buns Support: If you would like to help us improve our product, here's where you can do that! www.patreon.com/MalthausGames podpledge.com?p=3D8L1M1V4S7F8... ko-fi.com/malthausgames Sound Attributions: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Bro... Edits: Cut to length and Faded in. Heavy Happy With Drums by Ryan Cullinane, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Ryan Cullinane/Heavy Happy With Drums – Beat Driven Productions – Heavy Happy With Drums Edits: Cut to length and faded out. Crowd in a bar (LCR recording) by Leandros.Ntounis, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Leandros... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals and own recorded drink making sounds. Vinyl_record_needle_static_01.wav by joedeshon, downloaded from freesound.org/people/joedesho... Edits: Cut to length, added to music and raised volume level. Hidden Wall Opening by ertfelda, downloaded from freesound.org/people/ertfelda... Edits: Adjust volume and cut to length added jungle sound and voice. Yucatan jungle.mp3 by folkart films, downloaded from freesound.org/people/folkart%... Edits: Adjust volume, cut to length, added door sound and voice. Footsteps, Concretem A.wav by InspectorJ, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Inspecto... Edits: Cut to length, adjusted volume, added jungle sounds and voice. Fantasy Sounds Effects Library, Ambience_Cave_00.wav by LittleRobotSoundFactory, downloaded from freesound.org/people/LittleRo... Edits: Cut to length, faded in, adjusted volume and added footsteps, jungle sounds, stone door, and voice. Game Show Theme Tune by FoolBoyMedia, downloaded from freesound.org/people/FoolBoyM... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals, adjusted volume. Audience, Theatre Applause.wav by makosan, downloaded from freesound.org/people/makosan/... Edits: Added music, added voice, cut to length and adjusted volume. HoHoHo by theartguild , downloaded from freesound.org/people/theartguild/sounds/536245/ Edits, adjusted volume
Stephen Cusato followed in his father's footsteps! His father worked in the advertising industry for 35 years and that's where Stephen got his start and developed his business mind. Stephen noticed social media emerging and got into food blogging, the food freakk was born. He started taking photos of what recipes should look like at every stage! Next came blogging, building a brand, and documenting his journey! He became a turn-key solution for brands! What are the mistakes people are going to make with the preparation of food? He started Not Another Cooking Show for everyday people who want to learn to cook! He teaches what to look for when you shop! Can anyone learn to cook? How did he grow his YouTube channel and go all-in on content creation? What recipes does he recommend for the holidays? Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Steve Cusato is the man behind Not Another Cooking Show, one of YouTube's fastest-growing channels with over 727,000 subscribers since its launch in February 2018. For perspective, there were already 50 million users creating shared content in June of 2018, according to The Omnicore Agency. Connect with Stephen on Instagram https://instagram.com/thefoodfreakk?utm_medium=copy_link Stephen's YouTube https://youtube.com/c/NOTANOTHERCOOKINGSHOW Connect with Reena linkedin.com/in/reenafriedmanwatts firstname.lastname@example.org Me and my daddy would love to hear from you podchaser.com/bettercalldaddy Leave us a five star review ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy
2011 - Paul returns to Asia Minor and goes on to Athens, where he preaches his famous Mars Hill sermon. On his third missionary journey, Paul goes to riotous Ephesus and then back to Jerusalem where trouble finds him.
The time of the voice of the final Turtledove King Messiah is represented by this familiar passage from Isaiah: How pleasant are the footsteps of the herald upon the mountains announcing peace, heralding good tidings, announcing salvation. (Is 52:7) This is why the birthpangs of Messiah are also called the "Footsteps of Messiah." In the darkest night of mankind, Messiah's footsteps may be heard upon the mountains, which represent the nations, and he is announcing salvation to the Fig Tree.
Mothers can be controversial. They can be wonderful. They can be terrible. They can be both wonderful and terrible in turns. But whatever they are, whatever yours was and is, mothers are universal. Everyone begins with a mother, even if she isn't around later. In each Mother Mine episode I present one person's stories about their mother — these figures who literally made us. Who are our mothers? What do we remember about them? And how did our mothers — the people who cared for us — shape who we are?The answers to these questions are the stories of love and loss, hopes, fears, and dreams that define us humans. Thank you so much to all of our contributors! And a huge thank you to our Kickstarter Backers. You made this happen and I am so grateful! If you'd like to participate in the Mother Mine project, you can find all the details at www.outofmanypresents.org. Mother Mine is produced by Katie Semro in conjunction with Our Mothers Ourselves.
On this episode guest host Maria introduces us to songs reminiscent of the beauty of nature and her appreciation for its calming and meditative effects after over a year in lockdown. It is divided into three parts: The sea, the pier and the forest.
Episode 107 is live! Come listen as we discuss Minerva from Pandasaurus! We dive into the game before talking in full about developing confidence in gaming where you can determine if a game is bad, you don't like it, or you just don't get it. We then tell you the games we dislike and why! Be sure to listen as we also review two great stouts, Chocolate Habanero Stout from Iron Monk and Full Grown Nick from Tupps. Be sure to like, share, and subscribe so you don't miss anything we do! Game Talk: 12:36 Top Shelf Topic: 28:53 Pint Sized Question: 44:09 Game Mentions: Smash Up, Splendor, Millennium Blades, Dale of Merchants, Dragon's Head Support: If you would like to help us improve our product, here's where you can do that! www.patreon.com/MalthausGames podpledge.com?p=3D8L1M1V4S7F8... ko-fi.com/malthausgames Sound Attributions: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Bro... Edits: Cut to length and Faded in. Heavy Happy With Drums by Ryan Cullinane, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Ryan Cullinane/Heavy Happy With Drums – Beat Driven Productions – Heavy Happy With Drums Edits: Cut to length and faded out. Crowd in a bar (LCR recording) by Leandros.Ntounis, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Leandros... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals and own recorded drink making sounds. Vinyl_record_needle_static_01.wav by joedeshon, downloaded from freesound.org/people/joedesho... Edits: Cut to length, added to music and raised volume level. Hidden Wall Opening by ertfelda, downloaded from freesound.org/people/ertfelda... Edits: Adjust volume and cut to length added jungle sound and voice. Yucatan jungle.mp3 by folkart films, downloaded from freesound.org/people/folkart%... Edits: Adjust volume, cut to length, added door sound and voice. Footsteps, Concretem A.wav by InspectorJ, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Inspecto... Edits: Cut to length, adjusted volume, added jungle sounds and voice. Fantasy Sounds Effects Library, Ambience_Cave_00.wav by LittleRobotSoundFactory, downloaded from freesound.org/people/LittleRo... Edits: Cut to length, faded in, adjusted volume and added footsteps, jungle sounds, stone door, and voice. Game Show Theme Tune by FoolBoyMedia, downloaded from freesound.org/people/FoolBoyM... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals, adjusted volume. Audience, Theatre Applause.wav by makosan, downloaded from freesound.org/people/makosan/... Edits: Added music, added voice, cut to length and adjusted volume. HoHoHo by theartguild , downloaded from freesound.org/people/theartguild/sounds/536245/ Edits, adjusted volume
Adapted by Julie Hoverson from a story by Saki (H.H. Munro) When the Christmas rush takes shoppers off to the big city, how do you get them to stick to the local shops? A lovely tale of viral marketing! [Saki was often way ahead of his time!] Announcer - Jennifer Dixon Mr. Scarrick - John Lingard Jimmy - Will Watt Lucy - Tanja Milojevic [Lightning Bolt Theater] Boy - Reynaud LeBoeuf Man - Anthony D.P. Mann [Horror Etc.] Miss Fritten - Robyn Keyes Mrs. Greyes - Jennifer Dixon Mrs. Gordon - Judith Moore Gloria - Beverly Poole Other women - Julie Hoverson Sound and mastering by Julie Hoverson Music by Kevin McLeod (Incompetech.com) Picture by lucias_clay, found with help from Bill Jones. ************************************************ Quail Seed Cast: Announcer Scarrick, shopkeeper (M50s) Jimmy, Assistant (M20s) Lucy, Jimmy's girl (F20s) Boy (M20s) Man/Beard (M30s) Miss Fritten (F30s) Greyes (F30s) Gordon (F30s) Miss Jones (F30s) Miss Smith (F30s) Gloria (F20s) Lipping (F30s) SAKI OPENING MUSIC SCENE 1. SCARRICK'S SUNDRIES (SHOP) SOUND SHOP DOOR, BELL, FOOTSTEPS LUCY Hello? Helloooo? JIMMY [close] Morning, Lucy! LUCY [startled gasp] Jimmy! There you are. Bit... empty in here, isn't it? JIMMY [heavy sigh] A bit. LUCY But where are all the Christmas shoppers? JIMMY Shh! Whatever you do, don't ask that in front of Mr. Scarrick. You'll quite set him off. LUCY Oh! JIMMY It's all right, he's out at the moment. LUCY [impressed] He left you in charge? JIMMY [heavy sigh, morose] Only in the certainty that there won't be a stampede on our services. LUCY That bad, eh? JIMMY Yeah. Quite. SOUND DOOR, BELL, FOOTSTEPS MISS SMITH Hello? SOUND QUICK STEPS JIMMY Yes? How may I assist you? MISS SMITH [nervous] Oh, I was -um- just looking for a railway timetable? I'm going up to the city-- [breaks off] JIMMY Sorry. Clean out. Perhaps next week. MISS SMITH Ah. Thank you. SOUND FOOTSTEPS, BELL DOOR LUCY You might have made a sale! JIMMY She just wanted to look. LUCY You don't know that. JIMMY [bitter admission] She's the fourth today. Everyone would rather take the train to town and shop in a big department store than [quoting] bother to take advantage of the convenience-- SOUND DOOR BELL MISS JONES Hello? JIMMY ...and that's five. MUSIC SCENE 2. PUB SCARRICK The outlook is not encouraging for us smaller businesses. SOUND POURING DRINK SCARRICK These big concerns are offering all sorts of attractions to the shopping public which we couldn't afford to imitate, even on a small scale-- reading-rooms and play-rooms and gramophones and Heaven knows what. BOY [normal, commiserating] People like shiny objects. SCARRICK And they don't care to buy half a pound of sugar nowadays unless they can listen to Harry Lauder and have the latest Australian cricket scores ticked off before their eyes. MAN Seems like quite a trip for sugar. SCARRICK With the big Christmas stock we've got in, we ought to keep half a dozen assistants hard at work. But as it is my nephew Jimmy and myself can pretty well attend to it ourselves. In fact, I've left him in charge. I've never done that before. BOY I'm sure he'll be fine. SCARRICK [drinks] It's a nice stock of goods, too. I could run it all off in a few weeks time, but there's no chance of that--not unless the London line was to get snowed up for a fortnight before Christmas. MAN [musing] How you gonna keep them home on the farm? MUSIC SCENE 3. SCARRICK'S SOUND SHOP DOOR, BELL MRS. GREYES --so tedious, but there it is, and what else is one to do? MISS FRITTEN We shall simply wait for the next-- SCARRICK May I help you ladies? MRS. GREYES Oh! [evasive] Really, we just stopped in to see about --- um, about-- MISS FRITTEN Bootlaces. MRS. GREYES Bootlaces! Yes! I've been in dire need of some-- SCARRICK [hearty] Of course. Over on the left wall, near the back. MRS. GREYES Oh, yes, of course. [whispering] You knew he'd try and sell us something if we came in here! Bootlaces indeed. I already have more laces than boots! MISS FRITTEN At least if we do make a purchase, they're small enough to carry when we go to-- MRS. GREYES Shh! SCARRICK Finding everything? MRS. GREYES Oh, yes. This is the best ... um... anchovy paste. Just what I was looking for. MISS FRITTEN Just lovely! SCARRICK Perhaps you ladies could help me. I was thinking of adding a little entertainment to the shop. MRS. GREYES Oh? SCARRICK I did have a sort of idea of engaging Miss Luffcombe to give recitations during afternoons; she made a great hit at the Post Office entertainment with her rendering of 'Little Beatrice's Resolve'. MISS FRITTEN [very uncertain] Oh, that would be ...just ... lovely. SOUND DOOR OPENS, BELL RINGS ODDLY SCARRICK What? SOUND ODD FOOTSTEPS ENTER SCARRICK [excusing himself] Your pardon. SOUND SCARRICK GOES TO THE COUNTER MRS. GREYES [whispered] Perhaps we should just do our shopping here. MISS FRITTEN But I'm in my best hat! MRS. GREYES Shh! Shh! Look at that! MISS FRITTEN What an odd looking boy. Brown as a nut, but we've not had sun in weeks! MRS. GREYES And those clothes. Like something out of the Arabian nights! SOUND CLANG BOY [accented now] Six pomegranates, please, and a packet of quail seed. MISS FRITTEN What's the bowl for? MRS. GREYES To carry the pomegranates? MISS FRITTEN Why not a string bag? MRS. GREYES Allergies? Shh! SCARRICK [business as usual] Here you are. We have some lovely pomegranates. MISS FRITTEN He doesn't even look surprised! MRS. GREYES The boy must have been here before. SOUND COIN SKITTERING, CAUGHT BOY The wine and figs were not paid for yesterday. Keep what is over of the money for our future purchases. SCARRICK [formal and serious] As you wish. SOUND BOY LEAVES, DOOR SHUTS SOUND SKITTERING OF LADIES FEET MISS FRITTEN [to Scarrick, hinting] A very strange-looking boy? SCARRICK [final] A foreigner, I believe. MRS. GREYES Does he shop here often? Surely there can't be much call for ...quail seed... at this time of year. SCARRICK It takes all sorts. SOUND DOOR OPENS SOUND HEAVY OMINOUS FOOTSTEPS MISS FRITTEN [gasp] MRS. GREYES Oh! [covering her consternation] Oh, I forgot those bootlaces! [hissed] Come on! SOUND THEY SKITTER AWAY MAN [accented] I wish for a pound and a half of the best coffee you have. SCARRICK [wary] Certainly sir. MRS. GREYES Look at that beard! MISS FRITTEN Like a comedy Russian. MRS. GREYES No, more like an ancient Assyrian. MAN [suspicious] Has a dark-faced boy been here buying pomegranates? SCARRICK Can't say that I've seen anyone like that. MRS. GREYES Oh! [muffles self] MISS FRITTEN [whispered] How could he! SCARRICK [offhanded] We have a few pomegranates in stock, but there has been no real demand for them. MAN My servant will fetch the coffee, as usual. SOUND COIN SKITTERS, HEAVY FEET START TO WALK AWAY, THEN STOP MAN [very importantly] Have you, perhaps, any quail seed? SCARRICK [unhesitating] No. we don't stock it. GREYES AND FRITTEN [gasp] SOUND FEET WALK AWAY MRS. GREYES [whispered] What will he deny next? MISS FRITTEN And I always believed Mr. Scarrick to be such a truthful man. Heavens! He just presided at a lecture on Savonarola. SOUND DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES MRS. GREYES Don't let's bother about the 3.12. Let's dash, and talk this out at Laura Lipping's MISS FRITTEN Perhaps we should buy a few things first. Since we're here. MUSIC SCENE 4. TEA MISS FRITTEN [recounting lusciously] Turning up the deep astrakhan collar of his long coat, the stranger swept out of the shop, with the air of a Satrap proroguing a Sanhedrim. MRS. LIPPING Do Satraps prorogue? MISS FRITTEN [coldly superior] Have you ever seen one that didn't? GLORIA I don't even know what a Sanhedrim is. Is it a dance? MISS FRITTEN It is a simile and hardly matters. Or do I mean an allegory? MRS. GORDON And the boy? MRS. GREYES I should have though him Greek, but after seeing that beard-- MRS. LIPPING They could have been unrelated. MISS FRITTEN Unrelated? And both asking for "quail seed"? Mark my words. There's something afoot. MRS. GREYES What bothers me most is this unprecedented streak of falsity in our local grocer! GLORIA I've never known Mr. Scarrick to prevaricate like that before! MRS. GREYES It's the influence of that artist that took the flat above the shop. Mark my words. [importantly] Bohemian. MRS. GORDON [tragically] I shall never again be able to believe what he tells me about the absence of colouring matter in the jam. MUSIC SCENE 5. SCARRICK'S SOUND DOOR, BELL SOUND BROOM LUCY Jimmy? JIMMY Yeah. Here. LUCY Goodness, it looks like a tornado touched down. JIMMY Fabulous, isn't it? LUCY But, what happened? JIMMY This afternoon, from tea onwards, we had a constant stream of shoppers. LUCY Is this something to do with the odd individuals who may or may not have been in this afternoon? JIMMY [overly innocent] Whomever do you refer to? LUCY Come on! It's all over town. People talked about it at tea, and more people talked about it at supper. I expect they're all talking about it over Bridge even as we speak. The dark young man and the Beard. JIMMY Sounds a bit like a music hall act. LUCY [speculatively] Yes... yes, it does.... MUSIC SCENE 6. SCARRICK'S [MANY CUSTOMERS] MISS SMITH Is this the freshest jar of pickles? JIMMY Miss? I suppose so. MISS SMITH It looks a bit dusty. JIMMY That would be my fault-- SCARRICK [commanding] Jimmy! JIMMY So sorry, must jump. MISS FRITTEN [whispered] Do you think they will return? MRS. GREYES I have it on good authority someone's rented that house at the far end of Plummergen. MISS FRITTEN But why should they come all this way to shop? MRS. GREYES [knowing] Plummergen drapers don't stock quail seed. MISS FRITTEN [getting it] Ah! SOUND REGISTER NOISE SCARRICK That will be three shillings and four pence. SOUND COINS MRS. LIPPING I'm looking for something interesting for a savory. Have you any, any‑‑ SOUND GENERAL HUSH MRS. LIPPING [nervous] --any, um-- SCARRICK [as if nothing is amiss] I have some pickled olives. Imported from turkey. MRS. LIPPING Yes, anything. SOUND JAR SET DOWN, CASH REGISTER SOUND JABBER BEGINS AGAIN SOUND DOOR OPENS, BELL, JABBER SLOWLY DIES AWAY. SILENCE SOUND BOY WALKS IN. SOUND BOWL SET DOWN. SCARRICK [normal] What can I get for you today? BOY I require a pound of honey. SOUND BREATH BEING LET OUT ALL OVER BOY and - [quieter] and a packet of quail seed. SOUND GENERAL INTAKE OF BREATH, GIGGLE QUICKLY MUFFLED SCARRICK Very good, sir. SOUND CONVERSATIONS, FORCED LAUGHTER, BUT MUTED, LISTENING MISS FRITTEN [excited whisper] We might be living in the Arabian Nights. MRS. GREYES Hush! Listen! SOUND THINGS PLACED INTO BOWL, BOWL REMOVED, BOY STARTS TO LEAVE. SOUND QUICK FOOTSTEPS JIMMY [hurried, fraught with meaning] We have some very fine Jaffa oranges. Around behind here. BOY [gasps] SOUND QUICK SHUFFLE OF FEET SOUND DOOR OPENS, MAN STRIDES IN. SOUND GASPS SCARRICK [unperturbed] What may I get for you today, Sir? MAN A pound of dates and a tin of the best Smyrna halva. MISS FRITTEN Halva? What is that? MRS. GREYES It comes from Smyrna - that's figs, isn't it, Smyrna is? GLORIA Who would want dates AND figs? MRS. LIPPING Hush. SCARRICK There you are. MAN Hmm [evaluating noise] Yes. SOUND COINS DROPPED MAN Has the dark-faced boy, of whom I spoke yesterday, been here to-day? GLORIA [stifled squeak of excitement] SOUND [shushing all round] SCARRICK We've had rather more people than usual in the shop to-day... but I can't recall a boy such as you describe. SOUND [gasps] MRS. GREYES [satisfied] Didn't we say? MISS FRITTEN It's too too terrible. MUSIC SCENE 7. TEA MRS. GREYES It is deplorable that anyone - particularly someone in a position such as Mr. Scarrick -should treat the truth as an article temporarily and excusably out of stock. MISS FRITTEN More quail seed! Those quails must be voracious! [realizing] or else... perhaps it isn't quail seed at all. MRS. GREYES I believe it's opium, and the bearded man is a detective. MRS. LIPPING I don't. I'm sure it's something to do with the Portuguese Throne. MISS FRITTEN More likely to be a Persian intrigue on behalf of the ex-Shah. The bearded man belongs to the Government Party. The quail-seed is a countersign, of course; Persia is almost next door to Palestine, and quails come into the Old Testament, you know. GLORIA [exasperated] Only as a miracle. [knowing] I've thought all along it was part of a love intrigue. MRS. LIPPING I distinctly saw a snarl of baffled rage as the man departed, sandwiched between that heavy moustache and upturned astrakhan collar. GLORIA I can't imagine that that boy is the guilty party here. Much more likely he's simply perishing of love for someone - perhaps the daughter of the beard, but the match is quite unsuitable-- MISS FRITTEN Honey and pomegranates - of course!!! MUSIC SCENE 8. SCARRICK'S SHOP, NIGHT, QUIET SOUND DOOR, BELL JIMMY [calling from off] Closed! LUCY I know, mutton head. JIMMY Oh, Lucy! SOUND BROOM DOWN, STEPS LUCY Another busy day? JIMMY The busiest. Another day or two of brisk trade and we'll be--[cut off with a gasp] SOUND KISS LUCY [laughing] I was here today, you know. JIMMY [uneasy] Oh? LUCY [indulgent] You were quite the hero. Hustling that poor young man off behind the biscuit tins in the very nick of time. JIMMY [flustered] Well, I've got a good view of the street from my post at the cheese and bacon counter. LUCY [pouty] Jimmy. Have you EVER known me to gossip? JIMMY You, Lucy? I don't think so. LUCY Quite a vote of confidence. JIMMY I didn't mean that-- [sigh] No. No I've never known you to gossip. LUCY Let me in, then! Perhaps there's something I can do to help? MUSIC SCENE 9. PUB SCARRICK It was quite marvelous! And we sold out of that blasted Halva. MAN It looked crowded, but they were actually buying? SCARRICK They bought and bought - some came back three or four times, just to have an excuse to linger. BOY "Oh, I forgot" and "silly me, one more thing." SCARRICK Exactly. Even those women whose purchases were of "modest proportions" dawdled over them as though they had, uh-- MAN Brutal, drunken husbands to go home to? SCARRICK [chuckles] I've even had to take on a couple of extra assistants for tomorrow. MUSIC SCENE 10. SCARRICK'S STORE - BUSY MISS FRITTEN What do you think? Is this bowl anything like the one the young gentleman carries? MRS. GREYES Nonsense. His is brass. Or bronze, perhaps. That one is copper. MISS FRITTEN Still, it's got a lovely patina. MRS GORDON Ducks? SCARRICK [distracted] Pardon? MRS GORDON Ducks? I found a lovely recipe for Bombay duck, and I was wondering if a domestic duck would suffice. SCARRICK I suspect that ducks are much the same the world over-- [small gasp] SOUND DOOR OPENS, BELL GENERAL EXPECTANT HUSH SCARRICK You'll excuse me. SOUND BOY'S FOOTSTEPS, SCARRICK MEETS HIM MRS GORDON oh! SCARRICK Sir? BOY Yes? SCARRICK [overtly confidential] I must warn you-- SOUND [gasps] SCARRICK [as if saying something else] We have run out of quail seed. BOY [shocked and disappointed] Oh. I should-- I must-- MRS GORDON Oh no! SOUND SCUTTLING FEET JIMMY [excited] We do have some much finer oranges today, if you want to step over here. BOY [dramatic gasp] SOUND BOY RUNS SOUND DOOR SLAMS OPEN, BELL SOUND OMINOUS FOOTSTEPS MRS. GORDON [voice over] I found my self sub-consciously repeating "The Assyrian came down like a wolf on the fold" under my breath. MISS FRITTEN [whispered] Watch the door! SCARRICK [very tense] Ah. Coffee again today sir? Perhaps figs? MAN I am looking for-- LUCY [in disguise, foreign sounding] Jaffa oranges, I think. MAN What? MRS GREYES [voiceover] She slithered out of the aisle like the lady in the lake. LUCY Your Excellency does his shopping himself? MAN [suspicious] I order the things myself. I find it difficult to make my servants understand. MISS FRITTEN [voiceover] How ever did we miss a mysterious veiled lady, right in the midst of us all? LUCY I was saying... They have some excellent Jaffa oranges here. [tinkling laugh] SOUND HER FEET TAP AWAY TO THE DOOR, BELL MAN [considering] Hmph. MRS. GORDON [gasp] MAN You! SCARRICK [tense] Yes? MAN You have, perhaps, some good Jaffa oranges? GLORIA [voiceover] Everyone expected an instant denial on the part of Mr. Scarrick of any such possession, but before he could answer‑‑ BOY No! SOUND RUNNING FEET, DOOR, BELL MISS FRITTEN [voiceover] Holding his empty brass bowl before him as he dashed into the street. His face was masked with studied indifference SOUND THE VOICEOVERS START TO FADE INTO TEA SCENE 11. TEA MRS GREYES Overspread with ghastly pallor! MRS. LIPPING I would call it blazing with defiance. GLORIA How defiant could he be! He was so terrified that his teeth chattered! MRS. GORDON I distinctly heard him whistling the Persian National anthem. MISS FRITTEN But the bearded man - his face was a mask of abject terror! MRS GREYES I thought he would dash out after the boy, but he just paced to and fro like a caged animal seeking an outlet for escape. GLORIA He couldn't take his eyes off the door. MRS GORDON Did he ever come back for his purchases? Or send his servant? MISS FRITTEN I've not had the nerve to ask Mr. Scarrick. The whole thing was so ... overwhelming. MUSIC SCENE 12. SCARRICK'S STORE LUCY It was so overwhelming. Trying not to laugh while watching all their faces. JIMMY [chuckles] You did a fabulous job. LUCY You like me in a veil? JIMMY I can think of a certain veil I'd like to see you in. LUCY [interested, pleased] Really? JIMMY Mm-hmm [yes] SOUND KISS MUSIC SCENE 13. PUB SCARRICK I can never thank you fellows enough. MAN We enjoyed the fun of it. [laughs, then talks like beard] And the figs. BOY It was a welcome vacation from posing for hours for 'The Lost Hylas' MAN You just have to sit still. I'm the one who has to make you look good. SCARRICK What do I owe you? MAN No, no. It was far too entertaining. BOY We did get all those lovely pomegranates. SCARRICK At any rate... I insist on paying for the hire of the black beard. THE END
Everybody can't be a billionaire, but we believe everybody can be a willionaire. Willionaires believe that where there's a will, there are several ways. And champions are made from something they have deep inside them - a desire, a dream, a vision. We have to have the skill and the will, but the will must be stronger than the skill. Join Shawn Dove and Stephen A. Hart this and every Wednesday for actionable, impactful and free-flowing Willionaire Wednesday conversations, that aim to help you strengthen your will. Our episode for our Day 3 of our 12 Days of Significance is Stephen Powell, the chief programs and partnerships officer of the National CARES Mentoring Movement, founded by Essence Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Emeritus Susan L. Taylor; he leads and oversees the organization's affiliate network, program expansion, partnership development, training, and technical assistance efforts. Some of Stephen's most notable honors include GQ Magazine's Movado Leader Award; Black Enterprise Magazine's 100 Modern Men of Distinction; and an Obama administration White House “Champion of Change Following in the Footsteps of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” Stephen is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity, Inc. and serves on the Chicago Beyond Trauma Advisory Council, and is also a board member of Cinnamon Girl, Inc and Nth Dimensions, Inc. Stephen is an alum of the Institute for Non-profit Management program at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business and Howard University. He was raised in East Orange, NJ and currently resides in Montclair with his wife, Marlaina and two daughters, Sinclair Adina (14) and Simone Alexandra (10). Shawn Dove is a speaker, author, and advocate for leaders who want to improve the lives of young people, particularly Black men and boys. He is the co-author of the upcoming book: I Too Am America. You can learn more about Shawn at dovesoars.com and connect with him on twitter @dovesoars Stephen A. Hart is a marketer, podcaster, content creator, brand strategist, speaker, entrepreneur, husband and #bestdadever. You can learn more about Stephen at stephenahart.com and connect on Twitter @stephenahart More about: National CARES Mentoring Movement: caresmentoring.org Stephen A. Hart: https://stephenahart.com/ Shawn Dove: https://dovesoars.com/ Sponsoring Partners: Brand In Demand: www.brandindemand.co #blackmaleachievement #blackexcellence #blackmen #blackboys #blacklove #itooamamerica #book #author #blackhistory #blackowned #blackpride #blackunity #blm #missionfuel #livestream #wednesday #linkedin #podcast #success #mindset #mentalstrength #mentalwealth #mentalhealth
2010 - Barnabas calls for Paul to join him in Antioch, then the two set out westward on the first missionary journey. Paul's powerful preaching leads Jews and many Gentiles to come to faith in the Messiah.
Hello! It's Lou here back at it again for your listening discomfort.Tonights episode is another amazing collaboration between myself and @thegraygoth We talk about all things paranormal, from bizarre events happening in her house, to possibly psychic children. You name it we've covered it, It was an absolute pleasure chatting to this lovely lady. If you want to be on the show, you know what to do, drop me a message or email us any time. The Patreon has now been shut down! But don't worry if you're feeling generous and want to help out in a way or drop a tip, the buy me a coffee page is linked here.Let me know what you guys think, any suggestions for future episodes or any feedback will be greatly appreciated. Just come and drop us a message on our socials.Instagram Facebook TwitterOr email us over at email@example.comIf you enjoy the show and listen each week there is one thing you can do to really help us out and that is to review it wherever you listen. As a new show out in the void, having reviews generates interest and targets like-minded people to hopefully enjoy and join our little community. I'm not sure about Spotify but a review on Apple would certainly help us out a lot. Or if you have friends who love a good ghost story send them our way, we definitely don't have a shortage over here. So grab a drink, sit back, relax while we try to explain the unexplained...Stay spookyGoodnightSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thathauntedshow)
In her recent book, Return from Exile: Revelations from an Anchoress in St. Augustine, our guest Marie Laure tells us about a multi-year attempt to visit the home of the mystical writer, Julian of Norwich, and the serendipitous pilgrimage there and back again Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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2009 - Dr. Seif gives us background on Shaul (Paul) beginning with his persecution of the early church, his conversion on the road to Damascus and then the events leading up to his first missionary journey.
Episode 106 is live! This episode we talk all about our time at BGG Con in Dallas. We tell you about all of the shenanigans, all the food, and all the fun we had while there with friends. We also talk about all the games we played during the con, and we tell you some of the games we brought home! We then talk about conventions during Covid and our thoughts on attending. We end the show by telling you what our favorites beer of the con was. Be sure to like, share, and subscribe! Game Talk: 10:23 Top Shelf Topic: 20:41 Pint Sized Question: 42:12 Game Mentions: Imperial Struggle, Sekigahara: The Unification of Japan, Tokaido, Bag of Butts, Cat Blues, Escape: The Curse of the Temple, Scape Goat, Dale of Merchants, HeroQuest, Shamans, Not Alone, Metro X, Nice Buns, Camel Up, Scout, Horrified: American Monsters, Campy Creatures Support: If you would like to help us improve our product, here's where you can do that! www.patreon.com/MalthausGames podpledge.com?p=3D8L1M1V4S7F8... ko-fi.com/malthausgames Sound Attributions: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Bro... Edits: Cut to length and Faded in. Heavy Happy With Drums by Ryan Cullinane, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Ryan Cullinane/Heavy Happy With Drums – Beat Driven Productions – Heavy Happy With Drums Edits: Cut to length and faded out. Crowd in a bar (LCR recording) by Leandros.Ntounis, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Leandros... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals and own recorded drink making sounds. Vinyl_record_needle_static_01.wav by joedeshon, downloaded from freesound.org/people/joedesho... Edits: Cut to length, added to music and raised volume level. Hidden Wall Opening by ertfelda, downloaded from freesound.org/people/ertfelda... Edits: Adjust volume and cut to length added jungle sound and voice. Yucatan jungle.mp3 by folkart films, downloaded from freesound.org/people/folkart%... Edits: Adjust volume, cut to length, added door sound and voice. Footsteps, Concretem A.wav by InspectorJ, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Inspecto... Edits: Cut to length, adjusted volume, added jungle sounds and voice. Fantasy Sounds Effects Library, Ambience_Cave_00.wav by LittleRobotSoundFactory, downloaded from freesound.org/people/LittleRo... Edits: Cut to length, faded in, adjusted volume and added footsteps, jungle sounds, stone door, and voice. Game Show Theme Tune by FoolBoyMedia, downloaded from freesound.org/people/FoolBoyM... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals, adjusted volume. Audience, Theatre Applause.wav by makosan, downloaded from freesound.org/people/makosan/... Edits: Added music, added voice, cut to length and adjusted volume.
Today Dr. Death speaks with Pesach Eisen, MCH-LP, a psychotherapist and researcher focusing primarily on the intersection of religious disaffiliation and mental health. He was raised in an ultra-Orthodox Hasidic Jewish faith community, from which he departed during his 20s. In his current role at a non-profit organization called Footsteps, he offers individual and group psychotherapy to those who have left or are contemplating leaving Orthodox Jewish communities. Both personally and professionally, he has wrestled with themes such as dignity, faith, humanity, identity, loss, meaning, morality, mortality, religion, spirituality, trauma, values, death, grief, and belief. Pesach holds a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and neuroscience, as well as a Master of Arts degree in mental health counseling.Our interview covers a lot of fascinating topics, including: Do we really have a choice about our inherited religion if we're never taught to develop critical thinking skills or inner resources?Can grief be managed by customs and traditions rather than allowing it to follow its natural trajectory toward healing? Do the benefits of living in a supportive community outweigh the cost of suppressing our authentic self? Films about Orthodox Judaism: ONE OF USTREMBLING BEFORE G-DUNORTHODOXSHTISELSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/askdoctordeath?fan_landing=true)
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With their heads still not clear from a Layover in Mistport, the Line Bulls of the Pride of Duskwall agree to meet on the train early and investigate the Office Car. The mists of the Dagger Isles are unable to conceal the secrets of Mr. Walker, who's true nature is finally made clear to the Line Bulls. Drix busts this whole thing wide open. Pippin is cornered and frightened. Andrel is told she is pretty. Follow https://twitter.com/EryliaPod (@EryliaPod) on Twitter and learn more about Adventures in Erylia on their website https://www.adventuresinerylia.com/ (here) Ghost Lines by John Harper. Music by Sebastian Black. Art by Yoshiko Agresta. https://secure.actblue.com/donate/bail_funds_george_floyd?refcode=cwg&fbclid=IwAR26tAnbuOt9SDjt7F6wDEbEqeZ183QAITXTm8R-rrLM-9JrrEr3zthzIDQ (https://secure.actblue.com/donate/bail_funds_george_floyd?refcode=cwg) https://www.joincampaignzero.org/?fbclid=IwAR1RI-kn0ukkY0BPTh3pO6BAHMop3funxm6-zy8z6cRmghpcojVhbU3_hKU (https://www.joincampaignzero.org) https://www.napawf.org/donate (https://www.napawf.org/donate ) https://www.navajowaterproject.org/ (https://www.navajowaterproject.org/) https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Factionnetwork.org%2Ffundraising%2Fcontribute-to-the-atlanta-solidarity-fund%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR3FMa9F34YB6K73zsYHtcfNosNwf0mwYHjtRzSm0SvoXeMcd_8vi9s-CMs&h=AT1j_pUV7Bmk5xLa4UliXieo2G3tzcPvL62jRR0ExRB8l9C8_TMedB2vkKwNg8wRwSXhMyiydkNVtvta6eaQcKju2_YSQp6-rc6pFzhpM6Xrfp9xSDC45MfBv11h-wdUWvc (https://actionnetwork.org/fundraising/contribute-to-the-atlanta-solidarity-fund) https://nymag.com/strategist/article/where-to-donate-to-help-asian-communities-2021.html (https://nymag.com/strategist/article/where-to-donate-to-help-asian-communities-2021.html) Follow us on https://twitter.com/ghosts_train (Twitter @ghosts_train), and if you have questions or suggestions for the train email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice message at https://anchor.fm/ghosts-on-a-train/message (https://anchor.fm/ghosts-on-a-train/message) and you might hear yourself on the show We are a proud member of the https://www.faustiannonsense.com/ (Faustian Nonsense Network) of podcasts! Join the Faustian Nonsense Network discord https://discord.gg/7wyS37xXRX (here), and support us by joining the https://www.patreon.com/faustiannonsense (FN Patreon)! Help the Show by Rating and Reviewing on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghosts-on-a-train/id1507682855 (Apple Podcasts)
Episode 465 - Show NotesI often think of the 12 disciples of Jesus. Each of them was personally invited by Jesus to follow him. None of them put in an application. None of them were interviewed to see if they would be selected. No, they were asked by Jesus to follow.Over the next three years, they would follow closely. Certainly, they would learn from the preaching and teaching of Jesus. But they also learned by watching. They would watch his lifestyle, his prayer life, and his interactions with people. They would learn from his responses, his attitude, and his conversations. By following closely they would see his character up close and personal. How would Jesus act when he was happy, angry, tired, and hungry? The knowledge and relationship gained only happened because of their close proximity to Jesus. There were others around Jesus, even crowds of thousands of people, but they did not have the same experience as the disciples because they were not following closely.You and I have been invited to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. By his grace, he invites us into a relationship as we trust his death and resurrection for our salvation. While we don't follow him physically as the original 12 disciples did, we do follow his teaching, his way of living, his character, and His purpose for our lives.Can I ask you a personal question? How closely are you following Jesus? To truly follow Christ means we become like Jesus. To follow Christ means we do not follow anything or anyone else. To follow Jesus means that we make him the “Lord” of our lives. Jesus becomes the most important thing in our lives.Becoming a disciple requires an unwavering commitment to submit to our rabbi's authority. It meant that every day is full of opportunities to learn new things about God.When we follow Jesus we do so with a sense of abandonment. The gospels tell us that the 12 disciples left their old lives behind for a new one. We too are leaving the old life behind. Old values, old sins, old pursuits, and follow a new way of living. God may ask you to abandon old plans and dreams. He'll call you to leave a self-centered life for a Christ-centered life. So, our daily goal…to pursue Jesus, and to do so closely. We follow his teaching, his way of life, and his example. A follower's desire is to “be like Jesus.”John 12:26 - “If anyone serves me, he must follow me; and where I am, there will my servant be also. If anyone serves me, the Father will honor him.”5MinuteDiscipleship.comThe 5 Minute Discipleship Journal
Happy Thanksgiving! This week's episode features three people with a deep passion for golf writing: Jim Hartsell (@JimHHartsell), author of "The Secret Home of Golf: The Authorized History of King-Collins Golf and the Creation of Sweetens Cove"; Stephen Proctor (@SProctorGolf), author of "Monarch of the Green: Young Tom Morris, Pioneer of Modern Golf"; and Michael Wolf (@BamaBearcat), President of 288 Sports and an avid collector of rare golf books. These three join Randy to discuss their favorite 15 golf books of all time. So if you're looking for ideas on golf books to read, or shopping for a golf lover this holiday season, this episode is for you. Enjoy! 15 Favorite Golf BooksMichael Wolf:The Confidential Guide to Golf Courses (Tom Doak)Famous Fairways (Peter Allen)To the Linksland (Michael Bamberger)Golf Between Two Wars (Bernard Darwin)The Essential Henry Longhurst (Henry Longhurst)The Story of American Golf (Herbert Warren Wind)Jenkins at the Majors (Dan Jenkins)The Captain (Geoff Shackelford)History of the R&A (3 volume set, multiple authors)The Spirit of St. Andrews (Alister MacKenzie)True Links (George Peper & Malcolm Campbell)An Awakening at Sleepy Hollow (Jon Cavalier & Jason Way)A Round of Golf with Tommy Armour (Tommy Armour)Harvey Penick's Little Red Book (Harvey Penick)A Love Affair with the Game (Sandy Tatum)A Golfer's Education (Darren Kilfara)Stephen Proctor:Playing the Like (Bernard Darwin)The Lay of the Land (Pat Ward-Thomas)To the Linksland (Michael Bamberger)Following Through (Herbert Warren Wind)Fifty Years of Golf (Andra Kirkaldy)Golf Between Two Wars (Bernard Darwin)The Match (Mark Frost)The Essential Henry Longhurst (Henry Longhurst)Down the Fairway (Bobby Jones)The Clicking of Cuthbert (PG Wodehouse)Golf Dreams (John Updike)St. Andrews in the Footsteps of Old Tom Morris (Roger McStravick)The Spirit of St. Andrews (Alister MacKenzie)The Story of American Golf (Herbert Warren Wind)The World Atlas of Golf (1st edition, multiple authors)Jim Hartsell:Scottish Golf and Golfers (SL McKinlay)Golf Dreams (John Updike)A Round of Golf Courses (Patric Dickinson)The Mystery of Golf (Arnold Haultain)Final Rounds (James Dodson)The Lay of the Land (Pat Ward-Thomas)Golf in My Gallowses (Angus McVicar)The Dogged Victims of Inexorable Fate (Dan Jenkins)The Spirit of St. Andrews (Alister MacKenzie)Blasted Heaths and Blessed Greens (James Finegan)Golf in the Kingdom (Michael Murphy)Following Through (Herbert Warren Wind)Hell's Golfer (Tom Morton)The Darwin Sketchbook (Bernard Darwin)To the Linksland (Michael Bamberger)Randy:Loopers (John Dunn)Men in Green (Michael Bamberger)Paper Tiger (Tom Coyne)Golf in the Kingdom (Michael Murphy)The Big Miss (Hank Haney)The Making of the Masters (David Owen)The Happy Golfer (Bernard Darwin)The Second Life of Tiger Woods (Michael Bamberger)Tales from Q-School (John Feinstein)A Season in Dornoch (Lorne Rubenstein)The Spirit of St. Andrews (Alister MacKenzie)To the Linksland (Michael Bamberger)Missing Links (Rick Reilly)A Course Called... (whole series by Tom Coyne)Preferred Lies (Andrew Greig)
The Bay Area's status as a rock & roll mecca may have peaked during the psychedelic sixties, but the party didn't stop after the hippies took the flowers out of their hair. Following the height of the Haight-Ashbury scene, a wild diversity of styles and iconic performers continued to emerge from this region's clubs, cafes, and even churches. These locations are compiled in “Rock and Roll Explorer Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area,” a new book that traces the rise of groups ranging from The Pointer Sisters to Primus by literally following in these superstars' footsteps. This episode features an interview with authors Mike Katz and Crispin Kott about the geographic history of Bay Area rock & roll and also explores the profound ways this terrain has shifted over the past few decades. If you want to hear about how they tracked down all the East Bay landmarks mentioned in Green Day lyrics, why Metallica ditched L.A. for the Bay, and much more, listen to the full episode. To see photos related to this episode, visit: https://eastbayyesterday.com/episodes/more-than-just-the-1960s/ East Bay Yesterday can't survive without your support. Please donate to keep this show alive: www.patreon.com/eastbayyesterday
Annabel Abbs is a writer of fiction and nonfiction. She grew up in Wales and Sussex, with stints in Dorset, Bristol and Hereford. Daughter of academic and poet, Peter Abbs, she has a degree in English Literature from the University of East Anglia and a Masters from the University of Kingston. She lives with her family in London and Sussex, and is a Fellow of the Brown Foundation. Annabel's debut novel, The Joyce Girl, won the 2015 Impress Prize for New Writing and the 2015 Spotlight First Novel Award, and was longlisted for the 2015 Caledonia Novel Award, the 2015 Bath Novel Award and the 2016 Waverton Good Read Award. It was a Reader Pick in The Guardian 2016 and was one of ten books selected for presentation at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival. Published across the world, Annabel discussed The Joyce Girl on BBC Radio 4's Soul Music. It is currently being adapted for the stage. Her second novel, Frieda: The Originial Lady Chatterley, was a Times Book of the Month, then a Times Book of the Year 2018 and one of five novels selected for presentation to film directors at the 2017 Frankfurt Book Fair. Frieda has been translated into six languages. Annabel spoke about Frieda on BBC Woman's Hour. Annabel's third novel, the story of Eliza Acton, Britain's first domestic goddess, and a best-selling cookery book writer (and a poet) will be published in the US in October 2021, by William Morrow as Miss Eliza's English Kitchen. In the UK, the novel was acquired at auction by Simon & Schuster, and will be published in spring 2022 as The Language of Food. It is currently being translated into sixteen languages. In 2021 it was optioned by Stampede Ventures and CBS. Annabel's first non-fiction book, The Age-Well Project, was published by Little, Brown in 2019, co-written with TV producer, Susan Saunders, and based on their acclaimed blog agewellproject.com, longlisted for the 2018 UK Blog Awards. Annabel's first foray into memoir and her first solo-authored non-fiction book, Windswept: Walking in the Footsteps of Remarkable Women, was acquired at auction by Two Roads and was published in June 2021. In the US, Windswept was acquired by Tin House and published in September 2021, with the subtitle Walking the Paths of Trailblazing Women. Windswept tells the extraordinary stories of eight women who walked long distances in wild and often remote places as they sought their own voices. They include Simone de Beauvoir, Nan Shepherd, Georgia O'Keeffe, Gwen John and Daphne du Maurier. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you. Show notes Who is Annabel Her latest book Her interest in walking Being interested in women who do long distance walks in challenging environments Where are all the women walkers? Researching the women who walk Having a strange childhood How walking was a part of her education the benefits for women walking in nature How wild places are not deemed safe for women And why women are encouraged to stay at home and get their time in nature from being in the garden Why women DO long hikes Women from 100 years ago who went out walking Focusing on 6 women for the book Windswept Recreating their walks Feeling trapped at home Having family walking holidays Planning the walks and incorporating her writing within the walks Using old maps to help plan Encouraging women to be able to navigate What Nan Shepherd said about walking in Scotland Why river journeys and coastal journeys were quite popular Why women should learn to navigate Doing the walks solo and the challenge involved Thinking of all the things that could go wrong Why walking is so much more complication for a woman What is was like walking solo Women and their relationships with the mountains The struggle of mental preparation before heading out to walk solo The long history of women doing walking pilgrimages on their own Why we need to see more women out there walking The dark side of walking solo and spending time on your own Walking in Texas, USA - night hikes? The importance of legacy Final words of advice Social Media Website: www.annabelabbs.com Instagram: @annabelabbs Twitter: @annabelabbs Book: Windswept Windswept is a feminist exploration of walking in wild landscapes. Annabel examines the role of walking on the lives, writings and art of several women including Gwen John, Frieda Lawrence, Nan Shepherd, Georgia O'Keeffe and Simone de Beauvoir. As Annabel walks their paths – the empty plains of Texas, the mountains of Scotland, the rivers and forests of France – she looks back at her childhood in remote Wales and asks why women have been overlooked in the literature of wild-walking.
This week, we will look at the next wilderness: Yet, another “woman” goes to the wilderness. She is characterized by virtue: “Then the woman fled into the wilderness where she had a place prepared by God, so that there she would be nourished for 1,260 days.” (Re 12:6) The midrash to the Song of Songs explains why the woman Israel is in the wilderness and gives specific predictions about how the serpent will pursue her. The midrash refers to Isaiah 59:15 concerning this tribulation as a time when “Truth became absent [ne-ederet] and refraining from evil seemed foolish.”
Episode 105 is here! Come listen as we discuss Air, Land, and Sea that was a gift from Jennifer and Nick, some patrons and friends of ours! We talk about the game and why we enjoy it before diving into the topic of War themes in games. After the long topic discussion we tell you about what we are looking the most forward too at BGG Con. Be sure to like, share, and subscribe! Game Talk: 10:23 Top Shelf Topic: 20:41 Pint Sized Question: 42:12 Game Mentions: Twilight Struggle, The Grizzled, Sekigahara: The Unification of Japan, Labyrinth: The War on Terror, Memoir '44, Axis and Allies, Crusaders: Thy Will Be Done Support: If you would like to help us improve our product, here's where you can do that! www.patreon.com/MalthausGames podpledge.com?p=3D8L1M1V4S7F8... ko-fi.com/malthausgames Sound Attributions: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Bro... Edits: Cut to length and Faded in. Heavy Happy With Drums by Ryan Cullinane, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Ryan Cullinane/Heavy Happy With Drums – Beat Driven Productions – Heavy Happy With Drums Edits: Cut to length and faded out. Crowd in a bar (LCR recording) by Leandros.Ntounis, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Leandros... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals and own recorded drink making sounds. Vinyl_record_needle_static_01.wav by joedeshon, downloaded from freesound.org/people/joedesho... Edits: Cut to length, added to music and raised volume level. Hidden Wall Opening by ertfelda, downloaded from freesound.org/people/ertfelda... Edits: Adjust volume and cut to length added jungle sound and voice. Yucatan jungle.mp3 by folkart films, downloaded from freesound.org/people/folkart%... Edits: Adjust volume, cut to length, added door sound and voice. Footsteps, Concretem A.wav by InspectorJ, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Inspecto... Edits: Cut to length, adjusted volume, added jungle sounds and voice. Fantasy Sounds Effects Library, Ambience_Cave_00.wav by LittleRobotSoundFactory, downloaded from freesound.org/people/LittleRo... Edits: Cut to length, faded in, adjusted volume and added footsteps, jungle sounds, stone door, and voice. Game Show Theme Tune by FoolBoyMedia, downloaded from freesound.org/people/FoolBoyM... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals, adjusted volume. Audience, Theatre Applause.wav by makosan, downloaded from freesound.org/people/makosan/... Edits: Added music, added voice, cut to length and adjusted volume.
Matthew Coller connects with The Athletic Los Angeles Chargers reporter Daniel Popper to break down why the Chargers were better off moving on from an old school head coach and limited quarterback in exchange for Brandon Staley and Justin Herbert -- cough, cough, wink, wink. He talks about Herbert's development and why Herbert vs. Mike Zimmer could end up being a fun matchup and guesses the kickers from the last four years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Matthew Coller connects with Los Angeles Chargers beat reporter Daniel Popper to talk about how the Chargers were stuck in the middle with Anthony Lynn and Philip Rivers and then broke out with a new coach in Brandon Staley and exciting young QB Justin Herbert. Daniel explains how Lynn's lack of game management skills and poor fit with his QBs were holding back the Chargers and now they are a contending team with aggressive Staley and Herbert. What does that tell us about the Vikings' situation with Kirk Cousins and Mike Zimmer? Plus, do distractions matter? And how does Zimmer match up against the Herbert offense? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
MERCH: http://nightmaresociety.threadless.com CAMPFIRE: www.patreon.com/nightmaresociety IG: @nightmaresocietyradio Hello again Nightmare Society, gather ‘round for a special episode of true horror stories. A big welcome to our newest member of the online campfire: HeroinBen666, Shane S., taphophile, and Abby B. - thanks so much for your support and thanks for being a faithful listener. We're glad to have you. At patreon.com/NightmareSociety you can join in for as little as a dollar per month, we have different levels of membership and different perks for each so if your'e interested be sure to check it out. Also a big thanks to our contributors: anonymous, u/Independent_Start563 and u/Blackcat1206 - who were nice enough to share their stories with us tonight. Now, get comfy and prepare yourself for another episode of the Nightmare Society. ——— Giant Wyrm Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Unseen Horrors Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ——— True horror stories Letsnotmeet Scary
This week we continue to examine what the Scriptures say about the Footsteps of Messiah and how ancient scholars interpreted these verses. Remarkably, John's Revelation is often parallel with those ancient views of the texts.
Elise in her own words: “To me, Alexandra David-Néel's book My Journey to Lhasa was one of those books I just couldn't get over. You know when you read a book or see a film and you keep thinking about it for weeks afterwards, it was like that. Except that with this book, I never stopped thinking about it. The book recounts the final six months of Alexandra's epic 14 year journey through Asia, her quest to reach the forbidden city of Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. Against all odds, dressed as a poor pilgrim, she reached Lhasa in 1924. 12 years after reading this book for the first time, I was still wondering just how she managed to achieve what she did. 14 years of dealing with the cold, the wet, illness and of course the constant pressure and difficulty that came with being a female traveller in the early 1900s. So, I decided to act on that idea that had always been in the back of my mind - to recreate Alexandra's journey in some way, and to experience life travelling as a woman as closely as she would have done. I realised that the only way to truly do this, and to truly do her journey justice would be to do exactly as she did, taking with me only what she had. This meant NO modern day mountain equipment. So with my yak wool coat, a wooden backpack I made out of an old chair and an all-female team in tow, I set off in search of a special cave, the worlds third highest mountain and answers to questions I'd had for the last 13 years. After returning from this life-changing first expedition, I realised that the stories and achievements of histories female explorers like Alexandra should be celebrated and never forgotten. I've made it my mission to bring these stories back to life, to inspire this generation and the next the same way they have inspired me. In July 2019 I set off on my second adventure to the Cairngorm Mountains in Scotland, to follow in the footsteps of Nan Shepherd, one of the UK's best known nature writers and mountain wanderers.” New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you. Show notes Who is Elise/lise and how she would describe herself Reading Alexandra David-Néel book "My Journey to Lhasa" at 16 years old Growing up in the country side and spending lots of time in the outdoors Not knowing what she wanted to do Doing an art degree and wanting to be an artist Starting to work at a travel company Starting Women with Altitude website Deciding to do the first trip at 28 years young The planning and preparation process Trying to find the old equipment Figuring out the route The gear…. and why it was better than you think Heading over to India for the start of the journey Being joined by a filmmaker (Emily) and a local guide (Jangu) The magical moments from the trip Dealing with the altitude sickness and the cold Managing periods while on the adventure Spending a month in the mountains Finding the cave where Alexandra meditated for 2 years Tummo breathing After completing the challenge and heading home Dealing with anxiety, panic attacks and having a lack of confidence Wanting to take on a new adventure Trying to highlight a woman from the UK - The Nan Shephered Trip Who is Nan Shepherd? Her book - The Living Mountain Making a plan to go to Scotland What her time in Scotland was like Being vegetarian and trying to eat like the 1940s Not having any modern equipment What days were like Dealing with the nerves before the trip starts Journey number 3 Grace O'Malley the Pirate Queen of Ireland Dame Freya Madeline Stark DBE - Anglo-Italian explorer and travel writer. Figuring out how much things costs and paying for challenges Pitching the idea to TV channels The women who have inspired Elise Final words of advice Social Media Website: www.womanwithaltitude.com Instagram: @woman_with_altitude Facebook: @womanwithaltitude Twitter: @altitudewoman Jangu IG @jangu_adventures Emily Almond Barr - Film maker Website - www.emilyalmondbarr.com Instagram: @emilyalmondbarr
This is it, the final episode before we have our season break! This episode we feature 3 different confessions from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia! And also all these confessions were voiced by the confessor themselves! "Haunted Institute in Kuching" is a spooky experience of Tim during his uni-time in Lim Kok Wing Institute, although the school was fairly new at that time, but the area and the building was not hence the disturbance during his time in the dark room. Footsteps that seemed to happen only when there were 2 or lesser people inside. "Don't play here", a confessor told us his story which happened in Puncak, Jakarta when he was young. A nice place with nice view but something else that is spooky... lurking behind the villa that they were staying but luckily did not harm the kids, instead a tall figure that confessor saw, helped them instead! "Almost Fatal Jog", a confession about the man that nearly comes to the end of his life, after his routine jog. This happened in Singapore, where a man was found unconscious by another fellow jogger which alarmed their family members, but after was admitted to the hospital, no doctors could tell what is wrong until a medium was consulted. This confessions led Eugene and Kim thinking of a practice called "marrying the dead" For full video, you may visit our website here: https://youtu.be/SR59_Hw5SpA
This week, Ben Domenech is joined by Senior Writer at National Review, a Nationally Syndicated Columnist, and author, David Harsanyi to discuss his latest book, Eurotrash: Why America Must Reject the Failed Ideas of a Dying Continent. David explains why looking to Europe for answers to America's problems could lead the country down the wrong path. He also breaks down what he thinks the impacts are for pushing more responsiveness from the government. Follow Ben on Twitter: @bdomenech
Episode 104 is here! Come listen to our Halloween episode as we discuss the new edition of Patchwork! This edition not only is a spooky Halloween themed edition, but 14 of the tile have new balancing changes on them, which we wanted to discuss! So come listen as we talk about it, balancing games, and some of our favorite Halloween stories. We do all of this while having a delicious beer from Holy Mountain Brewing and Prairie Artisan Ales. Be sure to like, share, and subscribe! Game Talk: 8:18 Top Shelf Topic: 21:50 Pint Sized Question: 31:54 Game Mentions: Mysterium, Puerto Rico, Twilight Imperium, Pax Pamir, John Company Support: If you would like to help us improve our product, here's where you can do that! www.patreon.com/MalthausGames podpledge.com?p=3D8L1M1V4S7F8... ko-fi.com/malthausgames Sound Attributions: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Bro... Edits: Cut to length and Faded in. Heavy Happy With Drums by Ryan Cullinane, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Ryan Cullinane/Heavy Happy With Drums – Beat Driven Productions – Heavy Happy With Drums Edits: Cut to length and faded out. Crowd in a bar (LCR recording) by Leandros.Ntounis, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Leandros... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals and own recorded drink making sounds. Vinyl_record_needle_static_01.wav by joedeshon, downloaded from freesound.org/people/joedesho... Edits: Cut to length, added to music and raised volume level. Hidden Wall Opening by ertfelda, downloaded from freesound.org/people/ertfelda... Edits: Adjust volume and cut to length added jungle sound and voice. Yucatan jungle.mp3 by folkart films, downloaded from freesound.org/people/folkart%... Edits: Adjust volume, cut to length, added door sound and voice. Footsteps, Concretem A.wav by InspectorJ, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Inspecto... Edits: Cut to length, adjusted volume, added jungle sounds and voice. Fantasy Sounds Effects Library, Ambience_Cave_00.wav by LittleRobotSoundFactory, downloaded from freesound.org/people/LittleRo... Edits: Cut to length, faded in, adjusted volume and added footsteps, jungle sounds, stone door, and voice. Game Show Theme Tune by FoolBoyMedia, downloaded from freesound.org/people/FoolBoyM... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals, adjusted volume. Audience, Theatre Applause.wav by makosan, downloaded from freesound.org/people/makosan/... Edits: Added music, added voice, cut to length and adjusted volume. Thunder, Very Close, Rain, A.wav by Inspector J. downloaded from freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/360328/ Edits: Adjusted volume and cut to extend
Today's guest is Kimbo Slice Jr. (aka Kevin Ferguson Jr.). Kimbo Slice Jr. is an MMA fighter, entrepreneur and the son of the late legendary bareknuckle fighter and mixed martial artist, Kimbo Slice. He joins Chris Van Vliet at his home in Los Angeles to talk about following in his father's footsteps, creating a legacy of his own, growing up in Bahamas and Miami, his fights in Bellator, where he wants to fight next, his entrepreneurial ventures and much more! If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you to please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcast/iTunes? It takes less than a minute and makes a huge difference in helping to spread the word about the show and also to convince some hard-to-get guests. For more information about Chris and INSIGHT go to: https://chrisvanvliet.com Follow CVV on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/ChrisVanVliet Twitter: twitter.com/ChrisVanVliet Facebook: facebook.com/ChrisVanVliet YouTube: youtube.com/ChrisVanVliet TikTok: tiktok.com/@Chris.VanVliet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Anytime we step into the unknown, it's uncomfortable. But there are probably people who have walked a similar path before. Look to them for guidance. HiberNation is hosted by Mallika Rao and is available wherever you listen to podcasts. Binge the whole season now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices