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Death Saving Bros - An Actual Play 5e Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

As a new year begins, DM Paul Camper gives an update on what to expect in 2022. Catch up on previous episodes at www.deathsavingbros.comGet even more Death Saving Bros content by becoming a supporter on Patreon.Follow us on Twitter and other social media @DeathSavingBros or visit our website.Shop for official Death Saving Bros merchandise on Redbubble to get t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, and more.The track "Fantasy Chamber Adventure" is music by Orchestralis.The Death Saving Bros theme song is an abridged version of the track "Run" by Kai Engel from The Free Music Archive. It is used with permission under Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0.

Art of the Cut
Crossing the 180 w/ "The Twilight Zone" & "Star Trek: Discovery" Director Jen McGowan

Art of the Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 58:59


Happy New Year! Welcome back to the Art of the Frame podcast feed and a new episode of Crossing the 180. Today Ron is talking with director Jen McGowan. Jen has had the good fortune to be a director of both feature films and television. From breakout indie hits at festivals like SXSW, to mainstream TV shows like Jordan Peele's “The Twilight Zone” or “Star Trek: Discovery,” Jen has insights into both aspects of the directing biz. In this episode of the show, Ron has a long and in-depth conversation with her about how she got into the biz, working with a spouse, her processes, what her habits are to stay in shape (physically and creatively), and the state of working in the biz in this current environment. If you want to be a director in this business, this is a must-listen. -Jen on Twitter - @IAmJenMcG -Jen's website - jenmcgowan.com -Ron on Twitter - @BladeRonner Crossing the 180 theme music “Gettin' Paid, Part II” by Alec's Band (CC BY) and curated from FreeMusicArchive.org. Liking the podcast? Leave a review on your favorite platform! We greatly appreciate your feedback :) The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthecut/support

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews
The Scream Requel and Risk versus Reward - Episode 279

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 59:05


Whhhhaats up ya'll and welcome to episode 279 of The Chumpcast! Brick is taking a sick day, but don't fret! We still have plenty of time to discuss risk analysis of Pokemon cards, eating week old pudding, and the latest from box office in the new Scream Requel. You can find us on all social media platforms @thechumpcast. You can also call or text us at 847-920-6107. TIMESTAMPS! 0:10 - A very special belated birthday, cowardly sobriety, and being bad at gambling 6:05 - Smithers laughs in the face of old pudding, most likely sealing his fate of getting food poisoning 11:20 - TRAILERS! Some stuff that might not be great (Studio 666, Kimi) and some stuff that might actually be great (Bob's Burgers, Last Looks) 20:30 - NEWS DUMP! Michael Sarnoksi directed the best movie of 2021 (Pig starring Nic Cage) and now he's directing A Quiet Place 3 28:15 - RECOMMENDATIONS! Let's talk about Peacemaker, and do you Wordle bro? 33:50 - BEST MAN ALIVE! Isn't opening first edition Pokemon card packs a bad idea? 43:20 - MOVIE REVIEW! Scream knows that you know that they know that you know what they're thinking 55:55 - Next week, on The Chumpcast… If you're looking for merch, you can check out our website, thechumpcast.com You can also support us by using our Amazon Affiliate link, thechumpcast.com/amazon.If you like us, tell a friend! Subscribers help us grow and bring you more of the content you love. We also appreciate ratings and reviews on iTunes. Thanks to Broke For Free for the intro song "If".  You can find more of them at the Free Music Archive here.

Bad Gays
Philipp, Prince of Eulenburg

Bad Gays

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 59:21


The "Eulenberg Affair," a series of media scandals about homosexual behavior at the highest levels of the German Imperial court, dragged on in the press for years as it made and broke careers in journalism, sexology, and the court while helping define both Imperial Germany's relationship to masculinity and the emerging homosexual emancipation movements. Plus drag ballet, Wagnerists, extremely racist paintings, songs about roses, and moustaches with names. ----more---- SOURCES: SOURCES: Robert Beachy, Gay Berlin: Birthplace of a Modern Identity (New York: Vintage, 2014) Miranda Carter, “What Happens When a Bad-Tempered, Distractible Doofus Runs an Empire?,” The New Yorker, June 6, 2018, https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/what-happens-when-a-bad-tempered-distractible-doofus-runs-an-empire Norman Domeier, “The Homosexual Scare and the Masculinization of German Politics before World War I,” Central European History 47, no. 4 (2014): 737–59 Norman Domeier, “Scandal & Science – The Power of Sexology in the Eulenburg Affair, 1906-1909,” n.d., http://www.hist.ceu.hu/conferences/graceh/abstracts/domeier_norman.pdf Martin B. Duberman, Jews, Queers, Germans: A Novel/History, Seven Stories Press first edition (New York ; Oakland: Seven Stories Press, 2017) John C. G. Röhl, The Kaiser and His Court: Wilhelm II and the Government of Germany, trans. Terence F. Cole, 1st ed. (Cambridge University Press, 1994) Alex Ross, Wagnerism: Art and Politics in the Shadow of Music (New York: Picador Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2021) Klaus Theweleit, Male Fantasies, Theory and History of Literature, v. 22-23 (Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press, 1987). Our intro music is Arpeggia Colorix by Yann Terrien, downloaded from WFMU's Free Music Archive and distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Our outro music is by DJ Michaeloswell Graphicsdesigner. The 15-second clip of "Monatsrose" by Philipp, Prince of Eulenburg is sung by tenor Marcel Wittrisch with orchestra and organ conducted by Bruno Seidler-Winkler: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mq2XXG8JRNU  

The Real News Podcast
Teachers fighting for school safety are not the enemy

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 75:13


With the omicron variant spreading like wildfire, COVID-19 cases around the country have shattered previous highs. The federal government has essentially given up on trying to fight the virus and a familiar ghoulish chorus of media pundits and wealthy business executives are berating working people to suck it up and put themselves in harm's way for the sake of the economy. What's worse, workers who stand up for themselves are being viciously vilified and scapegoated for the systemic failures that have put us in this mess.Perhaps no group is facing more backlash right now than educators. Earlier this week, nearly 3/4 of the membership of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) voted to return to virtual work until a deal to implement necessary safety measures is reached with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) or until the city's positivity rate falls below 10%. In response, Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the CPS administration have locked educators out of their virtual classrooms, replaying their actions from last year when COVID cases were surging and teachers were locked out of their employee accounts, and had their pay docked if they refused to return from teaching remotely. In this urgent, unscheduled episode of Working People, TRNN Editor-in-Chief Maximillian Alvarez talks about the lockout with Ana, a CPS teacher and CTU member, and Quetzalli Castro, a CPS teacher and a delegate and organizer within the CTU.Additional links/info below...Chicago Teachers Union website, Facebook page, and Twitter page:https://www.ctulocal1.org/https://www.facebook.com/ctulocal1https://twitter.com/CTULocal1Working People, "Mini-cast: #SafeReturnOrNoReturn (w/ Paula Ladin & Mariana Ruiz)": https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93b3JraW5ncGVvcGxlLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vcnNz/episode/MGZiZWQ2MjQtZTYyMC00NjhiLWI1ZjgtYWJiMTU5Y2ZjY2Q5?ep=14Quinn Meyer, Block Club Chicago, "Chicago Teachers Say They Want To Return To Classrooms, But They Need Better COVID-19 Safety Measures": https://blockclubchicago.org/2022/01/05/chicago-teachers-say-they-want-to-return-to-classrooms-but-they-need-better-covid-safety-measures/Monica Eng, Axios Chicago, "Chicago Public Schools Cancel Thursday Classes": https://www.axios.com/local/chicago/2022/01/06/chicago-public-schools-cancel-thursday-classes?fbclid=IwAR2gfx0eWCmYPJnuGs1QqfCTXvUxOMPSpK24T2U363I8NS5Yh-lmca-tRdwFeatured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org):Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

Mission To Zyxx
516: Hack to the Suture [ft. Ellena Doe & Riley Soloner]

Mission To Zyxx

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 50:47


The crew encounters a surprise after emerging from hyperspace at Quantaris. Pleck gets a discount code. Bargie'll have another. AJ orders the combo.Starring:Jeremy Bent as C-53Alden Ford as Pleck DecksetterAllie Kokesh as DarSeth Lind as Nermut BundaloyWinston Noel as AJMoujan Zolfaghari as Bargie and Justin BallwehatWith special guests Ellena Doe as 04K TЯ33 and Riley Soloner as Flix DunkerEdited by Seth LindSound design and mix by Shane O'ConnellTheme Music composed by Brendan Ryan and performed by FAMES Macedonian Symphonic OrchestraFeaturing the following songs from the Free Music Archive via Creative Commons attribution licenses:“Bitcrusher,” “Corvalolum,” “Goa Trolls” and “Benzodiazepines (145bpm slow version)” by Soulbringer“Nip The Slipple” by Jason ShawOpening crawl narration by Jeremy CrutchleyShip design for The Bargarean Jade by Eric Geusz Audio hosting by SimplecastMission to Zyxx is a proud member of the Maximum Fun network.

Podfix Presents
PodFix Football Federation Weekly: S1E15 - Wait? What? (aka the Season Finale)

Podfix Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 20:15


This fall the PodFix Network is proud to present the debut season of the PodFix Football Federation! Every Thursday join us on PodFix Presents, exclusive home of the PFFF Weekly recap show, hosted by Keith Gawla (PopUpFilmCast) and the Computer Operated Sports Talk Neutral Emission Robot, aka Kevin. They will break down the action from the fictitious gridiron, predict the future results and let you get made that we won't say anything you agree with. S1E14: Week 14 Recap - Keith and Kevin talk over the week 15action, check in with several teams, as well as make predictions for week 14. Podfix: Twitter: @PodFix Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/podfixnation Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/official_podfix Website: https://podfixnetwork.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podfixnetwork Email: podfixnetwork@gmail.com Music is from Scott Holmes Music via the Free Music Archive.

Working People
Teachers Are not the Enemy (w/ Ana & Quetzalli Castro)

Working People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 75:13


Here we are again... With the Omicron variant spreading like wildfire, COVID-19 cases around the country have shattered previous highs. The federal government has essentially given up on trying to fight the virus and a familiar ghoulish chorus of media pundits and wealthy business executives are berating working people to suck it up and put themselves in harm's way for the sake of the economy. What's worse, workers who are standing up for themselves are being viciously vilified and scapegoated for the systemic failures that have put us in this mess.  Perhaps no group is facing more backlash right now than educators. Earlier this week, nearly 3/4 of the membership of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) voted to return to virtual work until a deal to implement necessary safety measures is reached with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) or until the city's positivity rate falls below 10 percent. In response, Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the CPS administration have locked educators out of their virtual classrooms, replaying their actions from last year when COVID cases were surging and teachers were locked out of their employee accounts and had their pay docked if they refused to return from teaching remotely. In this urgent, unscheduled mini-cast, we talk about the lockout with Ana, a CPS teacher and CTU member, and Quetzalli Castro, a CPS teacher and a delegate and organizer within the CTU.   Additional links/info below... Chicago Teachers Union website, Facebook page, and Twitter page Petition: "We need safe working and learning conditions in CPS!"  CTU informational posters: "Our Students, Parents & Communities Deserve Safety" Working People, "Mini-cast: #SafeReturnOrNoReturn (w/ Paula Ladin & Mariana Ruiz)" Quinn Meyer, Block Club Chicago, "Chicago Teachers Say They Want To Return To Classrooms, But They Need Better COVID-19 Safety Measures" Monica Eng, Axios Chicago, "Chicago Public Schools Cancel Thursday Classes" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"

12hours
S3EP38 仙女下凡來解答Part2- 三十六計走為上策

12hours

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 58:02


12小時成員祝大家新年快樂! 新年伊始要有新的願想,希望世界從疫情中恢復、生活中所有阿雜之事都退散、子孫都代代出狀元、困擾我們的問題都得到解答。 幫聽眾的問題盡個棉薄之力,本集我們接續上週的仙女下凡來解答系列,精選出三個問題來討論(撻伐)。 和另一半對於買房的想法不同怎麼辦?另一半如果直接說希望婚後住婆家我該答應嗎? 身為新時代未婚單身女性,凍卵這個選擇我好心動,但是該怎麼跟保守的家人溝通? 男友有點幼稚但是有時候又很貼心,我該為了他留在國外嗎?還是為了家人搬回台灣? 雖說三十六計走為上策,一向對於斷開鎖鏈不遺餘力的我們,也理解世間的癡男怨女不是說分就分那麼容易,歡迎點擊收聽我們從各種不同角度的分析,以及可能、稍微、有一點折衷的解法! 希望我們的討論,還有對於故事裡一些白目角色的批評,能帶給你一些新的想法(或娛樂),甚至若能剛好解決你或著身邊朋友的問題,那就太好了!如果你聽起來很有共鳴,或者也有想問的問題,都歡迎留言和寫信跟我們分享! IG 留言:@12hoursfortwandusa Email :12hoursfortwandusa@gmail.com 音樂出處 : Storybook by Scott Holmes from Free Music Archive ( https://freemusicarchive.org/) Canal 3 by Quincas Moreira from Youtube Audio Library (https://studio.youtube.com/)

Bad Gays
Joe Carstairs

Bad Gays

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 63:17


The eccentric inheritor of an enormous oil fortune and gender non-conforming-lesbian-trans man (we'll talk about it!) who dated Marlene Dietrich, raced speedboats, and turned their private Bahamian island into a domain over which they ruled over native people with an iron fist while allowing themselves and their guests every possible eccentricity and pleasure. All this accompanied by their lifelong companion: a foot-tall leather doll named Lord Tod Wadley. ----more---- SOURCES Michael Craton, A History of the Bahamas, 3rd ed (Waterloo, Ont., Canada: San Salvador Press, 1986). Kate Summerscale, The Queen of Whale Cay (New York: Viking, 1998). “Obeah: ‘Magical Art of Resistance,'” Early Caribbean Digital Archive (blog), September 2, 2018, https://ecda.northeastern.edu/home/about-exhibits/obeah-narratives-exhibit/ Tom Cheshire, “Boss of the Bahamas,” The Rake, accessed December 20, 2021, https://therake.com/stories/icons/joe-carstairs/. Zora Neale Hurston, “‘Bahamain Obeah' (1931),” Bahamian Fragments: Bits and Pieces from the History of the Bahamas, accessed December 20, 2021, http://www.jabezcorner.com/Grand_Bahama/Ten%20Ten/hurston1.htm Our intro music is Arpeggia Colorix by Yann Terrien, downloaded from WFMU's Free Music Archive and distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Our outro music is by DJ Michaeloswell Graphicsdesigner.

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews
The King's Man and 2022 - Episode 277

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 58:43


Whhhhaats up ya'll and HAPPY 2022! Welcome to episode 277 of The Chumpcast! We're back in the swing of things with a full draft, nonsense, and obviously a review of The King's Man. You can find us on all social media platforms @thechumpcast. You can also call or text us at 847-920-6107. TIMESTAMPS! 0:10 - Mark wants Smithers to buy him drinks, but doesn't want to actually hang out with him, Brick is a bad Coloradoan  6:00 - What's more dangerous? Driving a Ferrari, or snowboarding down a mountain? 8:50 - RIP to the real one B Wheezy aka Betty White 11:45 - TRAILERS! Aka movies for which we have already seen trailers, but they decided to give us new one anyways. Batman and Uncharted, anyone? 21:00 - Armie Hammer is being replaced in an upcoming movie from director Taika Waititi by….Will Arnett? Also, more squid game coming your way 23:50 - RECOMMENDATIONS! Mark is reading Teen Titans, Brick is into Kobra Kai, and Smithers is disappointed by S2 of The Witcher 31:00 - DRAFT TIME! Who are the best war heroes from ACTUAL wars that have ACTUALLY occurred?  42:10 - REVIEW! The King's Man is a pleasant surprise, considering that we've been watching trailers for it for 3 years 55:00 - Next time, on The Chumpcast….also Smithers tries to sneak in an “I love you” like a weirdo If you're looking for merch, you can check out our website, thechumpcast.com You can also support us by using our Amazon Affiliate link, thechumpcast.com/amazon.If you like us, tell a friend! Subscribers help us grow and bring you more of the content you love. We also appreciate ratings and reviews on iTunes. Thanks to Broke For Free for the intro song "If".  You can find more of them at the Free Music Archive here.

Ask a Doc-Ask a Cop: Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Minute

If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email CITECHO@cabq.gov or check it out online here. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon't forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

Working People
(Unlocked) BONUS EPISODE - Kickin' Ass for the Working Class (w/ Puja Datta, Margaret McLaughlin, & Diana Hussein)

Working People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 69:54


Due to COVID awfulness, we're counting our 6-hour livestream fundraiser for striking Kellogg's workers as the official finale of Season Four of Working People (woo!). Thank you all for listening to and supporting our work over the past year.  We're getting some much-needed rest and gearing up for Season Five. In the meantime, we're ringing in the new year by unlocking this special bonus episode—enjoy! And happy 2022! All power to the workers! 2021 was an energizing year for a labor movement that has had its back against the wall for a long time. From record numbers of American workers voluntarily quitting their jobs to publicly supported strikes and unionization drives in different sectors of the economy, more and more working people are taking action and standing up for themselves. But this is just the beginning—there's still a lot of work to do, and 2022 will provide a crucial test for the labor movement and its supporters. In this special panel episode of Working People, originally published in November as a bonus episode for patrons, we talk to three full-time union organizers—Puja Datta (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees), Margaret McLaughlin (United University Professions), and Diana Hussein (UNITE HERE)—about what Striketober and 2021 in general have meant for the labor movement. We also talk about the day-to-day work of being a union organizer, where the labor movement goes from here, and what you can do to build working-class power. Additional links/info below... Puja's Twitter page Margaret's Twitter page Diana's Twitter page Luis Feliz Leon & Maximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "Beneath Striketober Fanfare, the Lower Frequencies of Class Struggle Need to Be Heard" Marc Steiner, The Real News Network, “Can Today's Labor Militancy Become a Transformative Political Force?“ Labor Notes, Secrets of a Successful Organizer AFL-CIO, "Know Your Workplace Rights" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"

Mrs M's Curiosity Cabinet
Episode 30: A review & looking forward

Mrs M's Curiosity Cabinet

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 25:59


In Episode 30 I pop in for a bit of a chat about the year. I review some of the themes in my knitting and sewing this year and ponder what 2022 may hold in. I also reflect on some of the things have not gone so well and how I've been getting proactive to mitigate some challenges. You can find me on Instagram as Mrs_M_Curiosity_Cabinet. More detailed show notes are available at Mrs M's Curiosity Cabinet and there is also a video on my YouTube channel by the same name to accompany this episode. Music: As I figure by Kevin MacLeod on FreeMusicArchive and licensed under Creative Commons By Attribution 3.0 License

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast
#158 - The Blackout Ripper: First Blood - Part Two (Edith Eleanora Humphries)

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 65:25


This is Part Two and the final part of The Blackout Ripper: First Blood.In the second week of February 1942, six women were attacked on consequecutive days across London's West End; two were violently assaulted and four were brutally tortured and murdered. All were attributed to Gordon Frederick Cummins, who would later be dubbed 'The Blackout Ripper'. But was he a one-off spree-killer, or did this sadistic maniac have two more victims in his past?Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael J Buchanan-Dunne of Murder Mile Walks with the main musical themes written and performed by Erik Stein and Jon Boux of Cult With No Name with additional music, as used under the Creative Commons License 4.0 (Attribution) via Free Music Archive and YouTube Music. A full listing of tracks used and a full transcript for each episode is listed here and a legal disclaimer.FOLLOW US HERE:FacebookTwitterInstagramMurder Mile Discussion GroupYoutubeSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

12hours
S3EP37 仙女下凡來解答Part1- 斷捨離的人生最快樂

12hours

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 61:00


2021年謝謝各位聽眾的陪伴,我們又即將跨入新的一年,這次12小時成員仙女下凡來解答,在本年度的最後一周,安排聽眾年終回饋特集來為信徒們指點迷津,希望大家收起迷茫的心情快樂,迎接2022年 累積了半年的聽眾訊息,我們精挑細選幾個聽眾的困擾來討論,不管遇到什麼難題通通都斷捨離就對了,斷捨離的人生最快樂! 工作主管負能量又機車,要苦撐避免爛草莓?太太被哄生小孩,但是先生發現自己負擔太大好累,怎麼辦?父母重男輕女一輩子還沒有意識,該不該推心置腹的找他們聊聊?被媽媽斷連絡情緒勒索,我該怎麼辦? 開玩笑是:總之就是斬斷六根煩惱、拋棄恩義,斷斷斷!哈哈哈 認真的是:請點進來聽聽12小時解析,我們都被普世價值的謬誤跟情緒勒索,耽誤了多少青春~ 祝福各位聽眾2021都平安,我們一起迎接2022,不管好的壞的,12小時跟你們一起度過 希望我們的討論,還有Sid從心理學角度出發的分析,能帶給聽眾朋友們一些新的想法跟靈感。如果這些題目你聽起來很有共鳴、相關體驗,或者有更多想問的問題,都歡迎留言和寫信跟我們分享! IG 留言:@12hoursfortwandusa Email :12hoursfortwandusa@gmail.com 音樂出處 : Storybook by Scott Holmes from Free Music Archive ( https://freemusicarchive.org/) Canal 3 by Quincas Moreira from Youtube Audio Library (https://studio.youtube.com/)

The Secret of St Kilda
Episode 1: Trust

The Secret of St Kilda

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 38:57


Episode 1: Trust   It begins, as terrible things often do, with a knife…  After a few months assimilating to island life on St Kilda, Lockie MacGregor is deemed worthy of truly becoming a member of Dubrach's family. However, with not everyone on the island convinced of his worth Lockie finds just making it to the ceremony an incredible challenge. There's no change without sacrifice, and life on this secluded isle is about to change irrevocably.   You can follow the drama as it unfolds @thekilda all over social media. Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss the first episode! All the links for The Secret of St Kilda: https://thesecretofstkilda.carrd.co/ Written by Naomi Clarke Directed by Michael Ireland. Sound Design by Tracy Barnett Sound Composition by Michael Ireland Theme by Shane Rutherfoord-Jones Vibe Checks by Naomi Clarke Production Assistant and Hype by Chloe Hendry Produced by Haggis and Dragons Productions. Made possible by our Kickstarter Backers PERFORMANCES: Alasdair Stuart as Narrator Alan Burgon as Lockie Erika Sanderson as Wee Mary Ben Meredith as Mathias Michelle Kelly as Niyathi Meabh de Brun as Andromeda Danilo Battistini as Sacha Shogo Miyakita as Georgie Dean J Smith as Robbie Sam Yeow as Angelique   TRANSCRIPTS:  haggisanddragons.com/transcripts Content Warnings: Ritual sacrifice Discussions of death and dying Discussions of chronic conditions Sounds of pain and distress Bullying Sounds of struggling Dangerous heights General warning for cult indoctrination Attributions:  The Secret of St Kilda Theme by Shane Rutherfoord-Jones  https://www.shanerutherfoordjones.com/ The Old Ones, Where Stars Fall, Beyond These Walls and Maleficus by Scott Buckley https://www.scottbuckley.com.au/ The Friendly Monstershop and Lo-Fi Hero by The Zombie Dandies from The Free Music Archive https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Zombie_Dandies All Tracks under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Sardana by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/5002-sardana License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Achaidh Cheide by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3338-achaidh-cheide License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Fiddles McGinty by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3747-fiddles-mcginty License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license SFX Provided by Freesound.org

Behind the Bottle
Holiday Special 2021: Optimism for 2022

Behind the Bottle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 13:47


Cape Classics' South African and French winemakers take a moment to share what they are most looking forward to in the new year. Joining us in conversation is Cape Classics CEO, Robert Bradshaw.Editing Credit: Hannah Tobias Music credit: This episode uses five songs by Poddington Bear ("Flutterbee", "Blossoming", "Warbled Reflection", "Window Shopping", "Steppin' In"), sourced from Free Music Archive (freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear) under a CC BY-NC 3.0 license.

Three Ugly Guys
Episode 66: Happy New Year, Three Ugly Guys! (2022)

Three Ugly Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 71:26


Happy (Almost) New Year Everybody! Thank you for an amazing Season 2 run!    Hello all you 3UG fans out there! Thank you so much for all your love and support our first two years as a podcast! In this 2021 reflection episode, we talk about our 2021 experiences & goals for 2022. Here's to 2022 & Season 3 of  Three Ugly Guys!   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/threeuglyguys/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThreeUglyGuys Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/ThreeUglyGuys Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/ThreeUglyGuysPodcast   *Intro and Outro music created by John Bartmann (entitled "90s Sitcom Joy") and found on "Freemusicarchive.org". Original song edited by us to fit our Intro and Outro needs.       License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/       Website: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/John_Bartmann/Royalty-Free_Soundtrack_Music_Album_Two/90s-sitcom-joy

CtrlGroup
Gardens of Glass Ep 0: Planting Seeds for Romance to Bloom

CtrlGroup

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 25:59


My Dearest Variable, welcome to our newest playtest: Gardens of Glass. Using a system known as Petticoats and Proposals by our own Sarah Williams, we wish to weave a narrative of romance and high society secrets. Will we find love or will we find out each others dark past? -- Thanks to Testers: Dennis, Marcus, Nick, and Sarah. Special thanks to our own Sarah for letting us playtest her system Petticoats and Proposals which will be available in 2022. Thanks to Zapsplat and Freemusicarchive for sound effects and ambient music. Also special thanks to the Vitamin String Quartet for most of our themes and leitmotifs. Remember to follow us on Twitter @CtrlGroupPod. Rate and Review on your podcatcher!

Bad Gays
Francis Bacon

Bad Gays

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 73:59


Francis Bacon was an artist whose radical generosity teetered on the edge of self-obliteration –– and he sometimes pulled others over the edge with him. Many of our listeners will be familiar with Bacon's work, or at least would recognise his idiosyncratic style if they saw it; sweeps of fleshy paint across black fields of colour, portraying contorted, mangled bodies, racks of hanging meat, and the iconic screaming mouth. But Bacon is almost as famous for the way he lived his life: his raucous partying, brutal barbed tongue, and love of boozing made him an emblem of London's bohemian Soho scene. What linked his work and his life was an obsession with violence, something that he knew intimately.  ----more---- Daniel Farson, The Gilded Gutter Life of Francis Bacon (New York: Pantheon Books, 1993) John Maybury et al., Love Is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon, Biography, Drama, Romance (BBC Films, British Film Institute (BFI), Arts Council of England, 1998) Michael Peppiatt, Francis Bacon: Anatomy of an Enigma (Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge, 2019) Richard Curson Smith et al., Francis Bacon: A Brush with Violence, Documentary, Biography (IWC Media, 2017) David Sylvester, Interviews with Francis Bacon, Third edition (New York, NY: Thames & Hudson, 2016). Our intro music is Arpeggia Colorix by Yann Terrien, downloaded from WFMU's Free Music Archive and distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Our outro music is by DJ Michaeloswell Graphicsdesigner.

Working People
"Keep the Fire Burning" Livestream

Working People

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 361:34


After nearly 3 months, the strike at cereal giant Kellogg's, which involved 1,400 workers at four different plants, has come to an end. On Tuesday, December 21, the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers' International Union (BCTGM) announced that its members at Kellogg's had voted to ratify the latest contract offer. We want to send all our love and solidarity to everyone who held strong on the picket line and congratulate them on their new contract. We also want to thank everyone who watched and participated in the 6-hour livestream fundraiser for striking workers that we cohosted last week with Mel Buer and the Morning Riot podcast (produced by the great David Story of The Valley Labor Report). All in all, we ended up raising just shy of $16,000 for Kellogg's workers and their families! That money is being divided equally and sent to the members of the BCTGM locals in Omaha, Nebraska, Battle Creek, Michigan, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Memphis, Tennessee. Even though the strike has ended, workers have racked up many costs since walking off the job in October, and every dollar we raised will go to helping them get through the holidays and get back on their feet.  In case you were unable to watch the livestream, we are uploading all six hours of audio here for listeners. The strike may be over, but this was an incredibly special, entertaining, and solidarity-filled event that brought together powerful voices from the Kellogg's picket lines as well as special guests including: Marianne Williamson, Alex Winter, Randy Bryce, Breht O'Shea of Revolutionary Left Radio and Guerrilla History, Kim Kohlhaas of AFT-Wisconsin, Haeden Wright of the UMWA Auxiliary in Alabama, Caroline Smith of Student Workers of Columbia, Tevita Uhatafe of the Transport Workers Union, Steven Monacelli of Protean Magazine, Bryan Conlan of Strikewave, Dwight Rhinosoros of Eat the Rich, David Griscom of Left Reckoning, Jacob Morrison of The Valley Labor Report, and Professor Jon Shelton. Thank you again to all who participated and donated, and congratulations to Kellogg's workers on their new contract. Solidarity forever!  Additional links/info below... Morning Riot Twitter page Marianne Williamson's Twitter page Alex Winter's Twitter page Randy Bryce's Twitter page Revolutionary Left Radio Twitter page Guerrilla History Twitter page Tevita Uhatafe's Twitter page Kim Kohlhaas's Twitter page AFT-Wisconsin's Twitter page Caroline Smith's Twitter page Student Workers of Columbia Twitter page and hardship fund for striking workers  Haeden Wright's Twitter page PayPal for UMWA Auxiliary strike pantry for Warrior Met Coal workers Steven Monacelli's Twitter page Protean Magazine Twitter page  Bryan Conlan's Twitter page Strikewave Twitter page Dwight Rhinosoros's Twitter page Eat the Rich Twitter page David Griscom's Twitter page Left Reckoning Twitter page Jacob Morrison's Twitter page The Valley Labor Report Twitter page Jon Shelton's Twitter page Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"

Around Grandfather Fire
AGF 82 - End of Season 3 Divination Special

Around Grandfather Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 107:14


Jack Mercer joins us to hang out for a bit and to do some divination for our listeners. These are good deep readings with us all working together, so you might not ever hear a reading like it! Plus important insights into ancestor work, consistency in your practice, stability, and Jim's “drop down menu” approach to life. https://www.facebook.com/revjrm/ -- Copyright 2021 -- Our patreon is at https://www.patreon.com/aroundgrandfatherfire Thank you to our Patrons! *Annual Member Tinder Tony, Gina*, Cabra, Heidi, Claire, Hanna, Kristine, Laura Loki, Imtir, Casper K.*, Blkcat88, Candy M., Kim B.* Spark M Anon, Kate, Indi Latrani Katie, Dashifen*, Shan Wolf, melkor, Alissa Addy, LaDena, Marco, Amanda S., Leif Stig, Daughter of Oak, Boojumhaus Kindling, Mother Multiverse, Josie, genessa, Maleck Odinsson, Nick H, Jane W., Cynnian* Flame Stephanie, Amy, Victoria*, Kathleen*, Amanda H. Blaze Emily, Kirk Thomas Fire Drake Kirsten Our store on Redbubble https://www.redbubble.com/people/AGFLLC3 -- Opening voice work Kai Belcher Music “Ophelia” by Les Hayden, provided by the Free Music Archive and used under Creative Commons licenses: freemusicarchive.org/music/Les_Hayden/Proverbs/Les_Hayden_-_Proverbs_-_05_Ophelia_1785 -- Our discord community https://discord.gg/3fFdYPnrVk Find us on FaceBook http://wwwfacebook.com/Around Grandfather Fire -- Sarenth's Patreon https://sarenth.wordpress.com/patreon/ Wordpress https://sarenth.wordpress.com/ Twitter: @Sarenth -- Jim's Patreon http://www.jimtwosnakes.net Twitter: @JimTwoSnakes Instagram: @jimtwosnakes FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/jimtwosnakes TikTok: jimtwosnakes2 -- Caitlin Storm Breaker FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/caitlin.terry.5099 Blog: https://stormpaqo.home.blog --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/around-grandfather-fire/message

Extreme Movie Reviews
Love Hard (2021) - A Cynical Christmas Movie Review

Extreme Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 38:49


New to Netflix, earlier this year, was a movie that did things to me. It made me feel again, it awoke Cynical Steve and unleashed him onto some of the movies you can find in the most recent episode of, "Messin' With Media".It was this movie or, maybe, it was the thought of watching 4 or 5 Hallmark style X-mas movies that did it... regardless, beware before entering if you want to keep your Christmas spirit wholesome and pure.If there is one thing that brought me the most cheer this holiday season, it was the masterfully done song that I stumbled upon, incredibly quickly, while looking for the perfect Christmas song (for the purposes of this review) that I feared did not exist. Thank you FreeMusicArchive.org, you're my hero. I recommend sticking around through the end to listen through, I'm not a metal head but you have to appreciate how well this band butchered so many classics in one song... proper attributions below:“Everybody's Santa in Purgatory”(c) by “Negative Øhio”“Everybody's Santa in Purgatory” is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.**The entirety of the song is played from front to back throughout the episode, it has not been altered aside from cutting it at certain times only to resume it later in the episode**License provided through CreativeCommons.org  and/or FreeMusicArchives.org I HOPE YOU HAVE A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS / HOLIDAY SEASON!As, always. Thank you and you can reach me directly at MillennialsReviewMedia@gmail.com, on Twitter @ExtremeMovies or even on Reddit (ExtremeMovieReviews)Thanks to:-Friends and Family-Nikki Kitzerow, from NicoleKitzerow.com. (UI Designer, Graphic Designer, and Photographer)-Audacity (Free recording and editing software) -and YOU! **My reviews are not sponsored and the content is my opinion** Fair Use Disclaimer: I do not own additional sound clips used within my content."Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." 

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast
#157 - The Blackout Ripper: First Blood - Part One (Mabel Church)

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 72:45


In the second week of February 1942, six women were attacked on consequecutive days across London's West End; two were violently assaulted and four were brutally tortured and murdered. All were attributed to Gordon Frederick Cummins, who would later be dubbed 'The Blackout Ripper'. But was he a one-off spree-killer, or did this sadistic maniac have two more victims in his past?Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael J Buchanan-Dunne of Murder Mile Walks with the main musical themes written and performed by Erik Stein and Jon Boux of Cult With No Name with additional music, as used under the Creative Commons License 4.0 (Attribution) via Free Music Archive and YouTube Music. A full listing of tracks used and a full transcript for each episode is listed here and a legal disclaimer.FOLLOW US HERE:FacebookTwitterInstagramMurder Mile Discussion GroupYoutubeSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dragonfly Tales
Episode 8 - **Christmas Special**

Dragonfly Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 26:03


Welcome to Season 3 of Dragonfly Tales, a story podcast for children (and grown ups) of all ages.It's the Holidays and it's Christmas Eve tomorrow!   Hurray!  We hope you enjoy this special episode to celebrate this special time of year.Our first story is from Leo, who brings us the long awaited return of CINDERELLA: Assassination Santa - The Revenge of the Elves.  Leo really really enjoyed coming up with part two of this story.  We hope you love it too!Our second story is from Norway, where they take their trolls very seriously!  It's an old folktale, with lots of different versions.  But we hope you like our little version.  You can find out more about this story HERE. Finally, we have a lovely seasonal poem  for you, 'A Visit from St Nicholas' , more commonly known as ''Twas the Night Before Christmas' penned by Clement Clarke Moore in 1837.  We read this poem every Christmas Eve and it makes us feel all warm and happy inside.If you would like a SHOUT OUT this season, then you can get in touch with us HERE or in our Dragonfly Tales Podcast Group, telling us your first name, your age and your town.And if you like our podcast, please leave us a review (Apple is great).If you would like to donate a little something towards our second season, we would be so grateful.  You can donate to Dragonfly Tales Podcast by clicking here: DONATEYou can also follow us on:InstagramFacebook andTwitterThanks for listening! Theme Music by Leo Grazebrook on GarageBandStorytelling by Emily Hanna-Grazebrook at Dragonfly TalesProduced by Andy GrazebrookArt by Light CreativeMusic Sound effects by Zapsplat and Free Music Archive

12hours
S3EP35 減肥秘招與硬到不行的正義討論

12hours

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 61:44


這次我們藉由超譯一拳超人來討論人生中有什麼事情是我們有毅力、不斷持續努力達成的,結果最後變成了減肥經驗分享大會,想要知道如何2個月瘦20公斤的朋友,請不要錯過歐!!! 第二個部分我們討論了很硬很硬的題目:什麼是正義,如果有關心一些社會議題的朋友應該會對這個主題很有感覺,現今社會對不同種族、膚色、性向的人的歧視和排擠都是因為自己覺得是正義的一方,而什麼是正義呢? #結果茉莉是最不努力的人 #挑戰會找上你,你只要answer the call 你對我們今天所聊的議題有什麼想法,都歡迎跟我們分享! IG 留言:@12hoursfortwandusa Email :12hoursfortwandusa@gmail.com 音樂出處 : Storybook by Scott Holmes from Free Music Archive ( https://freemusicarchive.org/) Canal 3 by Quincas Moreira from Youtube Audio Library (https://studio.youtube.com/)

Working People
Hospitality Workers at Colonial Williamsburg Need Help (w/ Agatha Hilt, Willie Brown, & John Boardman)

Working People

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 28:44


Hospitality workers around the country have faced some of the worst layoffs in any industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. UNITE HERE, a labor union representing over 300,000 workers, most of whom are in the hospitality, food service, and restaurant industries, reported that 98% of its members were out of work last year. At the five hotel properties in Virginia's historic Colonial Williamsburg, however, workers who did get their jobs back are being chronically overworked and underpaid, resulting in injuries on the job and little to no ability to have a life outside of work. What's worse, according to a press release from UNITE HERE LOCAL 25, the union representing hospitality workers at Colonial Williamsburg, management with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation “has skipped seven bargaining sessions since August” and “has refused to meaningfully engage with workers' demands to end forced overtime. Currently, Local 25 members in Colonial Williamsburg routinely work six- and seven-day weeks in the hotels and 10- and 12-hour days in the taverns, a practice workers are demanding an end to in the next contract.” In this mini-cast, we speak with Agatha Hilt, Willie Brown, and John Boardman of UNITE HERE Local 25 about what workers are going through and the status of the current contract fight. Agatha Hilt is a housekeeper at the Williamsburg Lodge and has worked there for the last 11 years, Willie Brown is a houseman at the Williamsburg Lodge and has worked at Colonial Williamsburg for seven years, and John Boardman is the executive secretary-treasurer of UNITE HERE Local 25. Additional links/info below... Watch the video version of this interview at The Real News Network  UNITE HERE Local 25 website, Facebook page, and Twitter page Molly Feser & Dominic Catacora, Williamsburg Yorktown Daily, "“Enough is Enough”: Colonial Williamsburg Hospitality Workers to Rally for Fair Wages, Better Working Conditions During Grand Illumination" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"

Idiosyncratic Transmissions
Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 470

Idiosyncratic Transmissions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 28:46


Music from Free Music Archive and the FuMP. Theme song from Dan at DanOSongs.com. Ann Alee – Infant Holy, Infant Lowly Maya Solovey – Silent Night Dee Yan-Key – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Victor Herbert Orchestra – Chinese Dance,…

Art of the Cut
Crossing the 180 w/ Nickelodeon SVP Yolanda Cochran (Part 2: The Roles of Producers in Film and TV)

Art of the Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 54:19


Today I bring you part two of my interview with film and television producer extraordinaire, Yolanda T. Cochran. Yolanda's a member of the PGA and the Academy and she has a career that spans nearly three decades in increasingly greater producer roles. She was the #3 person and head of physical production at Alcon Entertainment, a consultant to Netflix, EVP of TV production and ABC's Freeform, and as of this episode, SVP of live TV production at Nickelodeon. Part 1 covered the state of gender and race in Hollywood. This week we get into the various different roles of producers, and how they differ in feature film production vs. television. We also get into the experience she and I have had pitching our own TV show and she shares what it means to bring your full authentic self as a creator. This is a great episode to share with anyone who is interested in learning about this business overall. It's kind of like mini business/film school class. -Yolanda on Twitter -Ron on Twitter Crossing the 180 theme music "Gettin' Paid, Part II" by Alec's Band (CC BY) and curated from FreeMusicArchive.org. Liking the podcast? Leave a review on your favorite platform! We greatly appreciate your feedback :) The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Real News Podcast
A socialist high-school teacher looks to shake up PA State Senate race

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 55:50


With election season coming up, we're re-launching our Working People series "Working-Class Politics," where we talk to working-class people running for elected office at all levels—in their unions, in local, state, and national government, etc.—as well as candidates fighting with and for the working class. In the latest installment of this ongoing series, we talk to Paul Prescod (aka "Labor Paul"), a socialist, high school teacher, and member of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers. Listeners may know Prescod as the cohost of The Jacobin Show, but he is now running for Pennsylvania State Senate in its 8th district, pledging to make organizing around working-class issues and legislating universal programs his top priorities. We talk to Prescod about the importance of building working-class coalitions, earning the trust of organized labor, and what it will take to serve the needs of working people in his district.Read the transcript of this podcast: https://therealnews.com/a-socialist-high-school-teacher-looks-to-shake-up-pa-state-senate-raceAdditional links/info below...Paul's campaign website, Facebook page, and Twitter page:https://www.paulprescod.com/https://www.facebook.com/Paul-Prescod-for-PA-Senate-District-8-100204839128381https://twitter.com/paul_prescodPaul's Jacobin author page: https://www.jacobinmag.com/author/paul-prescodPeter Lucas, Jacobin, "Teacher and Pennsylvania State Senate Candidate Paul Prescod: “The Rich Need to Start Paying”": https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/12/paul-prescod-state-senate-campaign-pennsylvania-dsaPaul Prescod, The Real News Network, “The industrial working class is not dead”: https://therealnews.com/the-industrial-working-class-is-not-deadFeatured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org):Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

Home Base Nation
70 Years of Love From Above: Operation Christmas Drop

Home Base Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 20:44


Operation Christmas Drop - Official Trailer / NetflixThe Guam Daily Post - Article on OCDLearn more about OCD:"Operation Christmas Drop is the world's longest running humanitarian airdrop training mission, providing critical supplies to many Micronesian islands, impacting more than 20,000 people across 1.8 million square nautical miles of operating area. The drop is the oldest ongoing Department of Defense mission which remains in full operation. The operation was first conducted in 1951, when the aircrew of a WB-29 aircraft assigned to the 54th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, formerly assigned to Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, was flying a mission to the south of Guam over the Micronesian atoll of Kapingamarangi. When they saw the islanders waving to them, the crew quickly gathered some items they had on the plane, placed them in a container with a parachute attached and dropped the cargo as they circled again. In 2015, the Japan Air Self-Defense Force and the Royal Australian Air Force participated in the operation along with the United States Air Force. Japan and Australia each provided one C-130 Hercules to join the three C-130s provided by the United States. In 2019, Royal New Zealand Air Force has joined Operation Christmas Drop. This is also 7th year in a row that allied partners from the Japan Self-Defense Force and the Royal Australian Air Force have participated This year 2021, South Korea joins our AF in the largest to date, 200 bundles and 57 islands…"_____Photo Credit: 374th Airlift Wing Public AffairsMusic and sound design by Lucy Little Ukelele and piano played by Cheryl FreezeChristmas music at 09:00 from Free Music Archive, by Scott Holmes Music...Thank you to Dr. April Hirschberg for the episode inspiration!_____If you are your loved one is experiencing any emotional, mental health struggles, you are not alone and please contact Home Base 617-724-5202, or www.homebase.org  SUBSCRIBE to Home Base NationTo learn more and connect with us at Home Base Nation:www.homebase.org/homebasenationTwitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedInHome Base Nation Team: Steve Monaco, Maureen Roderick, Laurie Gallagher, Karianne Kraus, Lucy Little, and COO Michael Allard and Brigadier General  Jack HammondProducer and Host: Dr. Ron HirschbergProducer, Editor: Lucy LittleHome Base Nation is the official podcast of Home Base Program for Veterans and Military Families, a partnership of the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Red Sox Foundation.The views expressed by guests to the Home Base Nation podcast are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by guests are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Home Base, the Red Sox Foundation or any of its officials.

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews
Spider-Man: No Way Home ft Darryl - Episode 275

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 69:10


Whhhhaats up ya'll and welcome to episode 275 of The Chumpcast! Special guest Darryl joins the show this week so that we can give Spider-Man: No Way Home the love and attention it deserves. Also, a final and official ruling on the Disney Princess Debacle. You can find us on all social media platforms @thechumpcast. You can also call or text us at 847-920-6107. TIMESTAMPS! 0:15 - Can we just get a damn ruling already? I'm tired of talking about princesses 6:30 - TRAILERS! Kevin James is just a thicc Sean Payton, the Unbearable Weight of Being The Best Actor in History, a generic animated animal movie, A24 being weird again, and rom-coms making a comeback 22:15 - RECOMMENDATIONS! A real dad bro rec, Mark has a couch potato high def viewing addiction, and Brick won't shut up about Halo 25:00 - DRAFT TIME! Let's round out a list of our favorite Spider-Man costumes across all platforms 35:05 - Spider-Man: No Way Home spoiler free review and thoughts (stop clapping in theaters, dummies) 43:40 - SPOILERS for Spider-Man: No Way Home. You've been warned! If you're looking for merch, you can check out our website, thechumpcast.com You can also support us by using our Amazon Affiliate link, thechumpcast.com/amazon.If you like us, tell a friend! Subscribers help us grow and bring you more of the content you love. We also appreciate ratings and reviews on iTunes. Thanks to Broke For Free for the intro song "If".  You can find more of them at the Free Music Archive here.

Ask a Doc-Ask a Cop: Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Minute

If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email CITECHO@cabq.gov or check it out online here. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon't forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

Working People
Working-Class Politics: Paul Prescod

Working People

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 55:50


Election season is coming up, so you know what that means... we're re-launching our series "Working-Class Politics"! In this ongoing series, we talk to working-class people running for elected office at all levels—in their unions, in local, state, and national government, etc.—as well as candidates fighting with and for the working class. In the latest installment, we talk to Paul Prescod (aka "Labor Paul"), a socialist, high school teacher, and member of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers. Listeners may know Prescod as the cohost of The Jacobin Show, but he is now running for Pennsylvania State Senate in its 8th district, pledging to make organizing around working-class issues and legislating universal programs his top priorities. We talk to Prescod about the importance of building working-class coalitions, earning the trust of organized labor, and what it will take to serve the needs of working people in his district.  Kellogg's livestream fundraiser links/info below... Working People YouTube channel Kellogg's Strike Fund Livestream Fundraiser Additional links/info below... Paul's campaign website, Facebook page, and Twitter page Paul's Jacobin author page  Peter Lucas, Jacobin, "Teacher and Pennsylvania State Senate Candidate Paul Prescod: “The Rich Need to Start Paying”" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"

Grating the Nutmeg
132. "John Norton's Vagabond," A Victorian Christmas Story

Grating the Nutmeg

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 68:46


In the spirit of the season, we're pleased to present a Victorian era Christmas story, written by the celebrated 19th century author from Guilford, Reverend William Henry Harrison Murray. Better known as “Adirondack” Murray, because his books almost single-handedly transformed that region from a New York wilderness to one of the country's most popular tourist destinations, Murray was one of the first mass audience authors to promote recreational camping as a leisure time activity, and coined  the term “vacation.” He is recognized as a father of the American Outdoor movement. His belief that the north woods were health giving and spiritually beneficial, and that the rustic nobility of Adirondack woodsmen was produced by their wilderness life, drew Americans by the millions to the woods, and to his books and tales. In “John Norton's Vagabond,” fro Murray's 1897 book “Holiday Tales: Christmas in the Adirondacks,” we meet one of those noble rustic woodsmen, the trapper John Norton, who decides, in counsel with his dogs Rover and Sport, to hold a Christmas dinner, to which he will invite even vagabonds. It might be helpful to know that in John Norton's trapper's world the word vagabond meant more than just a person who wanders about–it meant a person who stole other men's traps and poached their furs, in short, the worst of the worst. So with that as background, get a cup of cocoa, grab an easy chair, and have a listen to Rev, William Henry Harrison “Adirondack Murray's” Christmas story, “John Norton's Vagabond.   Special thanks to the Free Music Archive, Creative Commons, and these amazingly talented artists for the use of this wonderful music: Borrtex, “Christmas Memory,” “Christmas Tree,” Poddington Bear, “Angels We Have Heard on High” Rue Royale, “Snow on Snow”

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast
#156 - The "Old Acquaintance" of Charlotte Flanagan

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 66:57


Today's episode is about Charlotte Flanagan, a trainee-nurse and a part-time barmaid who was always there for those who needed her most. But when someone she trusted needed her to be more than just a friend, their close bond ended in murder.Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael J Buchanan-Dunne of Murder Mile Walks with the main musical themes written and performed by Erik Stein and Jon Boux of Cult With No Name with additional music, as used under the Creative Commons License 4.0 (Attribution) via Free Music Archive and YouTube Music. A full listing of tracks used and a full transcript for each episode is listed here and a legal disclaimer.FOLLOW US HERE:FacebookTwitterInstagramMurder Mile Discussion GroupYoutubeSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Watch With Jen
Watch With Jen - S2: E55 - Adventures in Physical Media: Part 3 (With William Boyle + Rob & Sandi Belushi)

Watch With Jen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 112:37


Wrapping up our Physical Media series with this third and final installment, which also brings this season of Watch With Jen to a close, I hope you've enjoyed listening to these freewheeling episodes half as much as my collaborators and I did making them as well.Continuing on from where we left off yesterday with Walter Chaw and Nikki Dolson in Part 2, today we're kicking things off with my friend (and frequent guest), the gifted novelist William Boyle discussing The Window (1949), Harold and Maude, and Heaven Can Wait (1978).Then, after he and I dissect that unexpected trio of films, I serve up a trio of a different kind in the form of a hilarious, awkward, and enlightening three-way conversation about Reds, which just so happens to be my buddy, actor Rob Belushi's mother Sandi's favorite film of all time. Enlisting Rob to not only sit down and watch it for the very first time but also, to join in for a fun, anything goes discussion of Warren Beatty's 1981 epic alongside Sandi, Rob took his task seriously, teasing and interrogating his mother in equal measure throughout our extended conversation.And following these two fun yet very different chats, you'll hear me review the recent Paramount releases of Ragtime and the new steelbook edition of the celebrated holiday favorite Planes, Trains, and Automobiles as well.A nice way to wrap up the season before I return in 2022, if you're looking for more Watch With Jen in the meantime, please be sure to check out our backlog of over 120 episodes and also join the conversation with me on Patreon or Twitter (via the user name FilmIntuition) in order to find out who and what you'll be hearing on the podcast soon. Until next time, I want to thank you so much for listening, subscribing, and supporting the show. I'm wishing you and your loved ones a very safe, happy, and healthy holiday season and happy movie-watching to you all!Originally Posted on Patreon (12/15/21) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/59921295Theme Music: Solo Acoustic Guitar by Jason Shaw, Free Music Archive

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews
Hawkeye, Succession, Gaming, Cheating - Episode 274

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 70:26


Whhhhaats up ya'll and welcome to episode 274 of The Chumpcast! Mark and I spent our weekend at C2E2 instead of at the theater, so we decided to talk a bit about Hawkeye and Succession instead. Don't worry, there's always plenty of shit for us to argue about. You can find us on all social media platforms @thechumpcast. You can also call or text us at 847-920-6107. TIMESTAMPS! 0:15 - Cheaters never prosper, unless they never shut up about it and just wear you down eventually 4:00 - Only sociopaths eat dinner after 8 PM 6:20 - TRAILERS! Tons of video game trailers from the VGAs 22:10 - Just a few reasons why a Blank Check remake wouldn't work today… 26:10 - MORE TRAILERS! Halo on Paramount+ and Sonic is back with new friends 33:50 - Extra life for Venom and Shang Chi, death for Cowboy Bebop, reincarnation for Mega Man 40:25 - RECOMMENDATIONS! Supercrooks (again), the South Park crew does it again, and polluting TO THE XTREME 44:50 - BEST MAN ALIVE! But also a dead guy plus some shady business practice from a car rental giant 49:45 - Let's check in on Hawkeye and Succession because the box office sucks this week 1:08:30 - Next time on The Chumpcast… If you're looking for merch, you can check out our website, thechumpcast.com You can also support us by using our Amazon Affiliate link, thechumpcast.com/amazon.If you like us, tell a friend! Subscribers help us grow and bring you more of the content you love. We also appreciate ratings and reviews on iTunes. Thanks to Broke For Free for the intro song "If".  You can find more of them at the Free Music Archive here.

The Real News Podcast
A player lockout puts Major League Baseball's labor issues on full display

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 51:42


Ending 26 years of "labor peace," Major League Baseball is in the midst of a national lockout. With league owners failing to address the core contract issues raised by the Major League Baseball Players Association, the previous collective bargaining agreement expired at the beginning of this month. In an open letter to baseball fans, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred stated, "Despite the league's best efforts to make a deal with the Players Association, we were unable to extend our 26-year-long history of labor peace and come to an agreement with the MLBPA before the current CBA expired. Therefore, we have been forced to commence a lockout of Major League players, effective at 12:01 am ET on December 2." Has the league made its "best efforts" to bargain in good faith? Were wealthy team owners really "forced to commence a lockout"? It sure doesn't look that way…In this episode of Working People, we're joined by Alex Bazeley and Bobby Wagner, hosts of the podcast Tipping Pitches, to break down the labor politics in today's MLB and what the lockout means for players and fans alike.Additional links/info below...Tipping Pitches website, Twitter page, and fan shop:https://pod.link/1265588219https://twitter.com/tipping_pitcheshttps://tippingpitches.myshopify.com/Alex's Twitter page: https://twitter.com/a_bazeleyBobby's Twitter page: https://twitter.com/bwagsDayn Perry, CBS Sports, "MLB lockout: Fact-Checking Commissioner Rob Manfred's Open Letter to Baseball Fans": https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/mlb-lockout-fact-checking-commissioner-rob-manfreds-open-letter-to-baseball-fans/James Wagner, The New York Times, "M.L.B.'s Lockout: What Is It? How Does It Work? What's Next?": https://www.nytimes.com/article/mlb-lockout.htmlNathan Kalman-Lamb & Dirk Hayhurst, Jacobin, "'Inside the Game, You Are Still a Commodity'": https://jacobinmag.com/2019/03/minor-league-baseball-pay-laborWorking People, "Mini-cast: Suicide Squeeze (w/ Nathan Kalman-Lamb)": https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93b3JraW5ncGVvcGxlLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vcnNz/episode/MWUxZWMwZTFlZTFlNDAxZWE3MzQ4M2FkYjQ2MTg1ZTU?sa=X&ved=0CAUQkfYCahcKEwiwx8jJg-L0AhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQCg&hl=enKellogg's strike links/info below...Working People YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7bOmS4Ohll4C10ZX-lsGlgLook for updates on the Dec. 17 livestream/fundraiser on the Working People Twitter page and Morning Riot Twitter page:https://twitter.com/WorkingPodhttps://twitter.com/morningriotpodMaximilian Alvarez, The Real News Network, “Breakfast of champions: Kellogg's cereal workers strike for employees who have been left behind”: https://therealnews.com/striking-kelloggs-workers-show-the-country-what-solidarity-looks-likeMaximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "How companies like Kellogg's are weaponizing the courts to break strikes": https://therealnews.com/how-companies-like-kelloggs-are-weaponizing-the-courts-to-break-strikesMel Buer, The Real News Network, “Kellogg's strike: Cereal plant workers fight to raise the floor for all employees as sales soar”: https://therealnews.com/kelloggs-strike-cereal-plant-workers-fight-to-raise-the-floor-for-all-employees-as-sales-soarMel Buer, The Real News Network, “Kellogg's strikers hold the line and prepare for winter”: https://therealnews.com/kelloggs-strikers-hold-the-line-and-prepare-for-winterSahid Fawaz, Labor 411, "Five Ways To Support The Kellogg Strike": https://labor411.org/411-blog/five-ways-to-support-the-kellogg-strike/Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org):Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

Watch With Jen
Watch With Jen - S2: E54 - Adventures in Physical Media: Part 2 (With Walter Chaw & Nikki Dolson)

Watch With Jen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 94:59


We're back with Part 2 of 3 of this season's final series of episodes devoted to recent physical media releases. Joining me today, we have the brilliant film critic Walter Chaw (whose video essay on Walter Hill's 48 Hrs. dubbed "Profane and Profound" you can find on Netflix's new series VOIR) and the witty and wonderful crime writer Nikki Dolson as well.After investigating The Naked Spur and The Last of Sheila with Chaw and diving into Nicholas Ray's Party Girl with Dolson, I take a look at two new French releases entitled Who You Think I Am and White as Snow from Cohen Media Group. Another installment packed with great conversation and astute observations, get ready for one more (final) episode dropping very soon as well.Originally Posted on Patreon (12/14/21) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/59911369Theme Music: Solo Acoustic Guitar by Jason Shaw, Free Music Archive

Working People
Foul Ball (w/ Alex Bazeley & Bobby Wagner)

Working People

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 51:42


Ending 26 years of "labor peace," Major League Baseball is in the midst of a lockout. With league owners failing to address the core contract issues raised by the Major League Baseball Players Association, the previous collective bargaining agreement expired at the beginning of this month. In an open letter to baseball fans, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred stated, "Despite the league's best efforts to make a deal with the Players Association, we were unable to extend our 26 year-long history of labor peace and come to an agreement with the MLBPA before the current CBA expired. Therefore, we have been forced to commence a lockout of Major League players, effective at 12:01am ET on December 2." Has the league made its "best efforts" to bargain in good faith? Were wealthy team owners really "forced to commence a lockout"? We smell BS... In this episode, we're joined by Alex Bazeley and Bobby Wagner, hosts of the podcast Tipping Pitches, to break down the labor politics in today's MLB and what the lockout means for players and fans alike.  Additional links/info below... Tipping Pitches website, Twitter page, and fan shop Alex's Twitter page Bobby's Twitter page  Dayn Perry, CBS Sports, "MLB lockout: Fact-Checking Commissioner Rob Manfred's Open Letter to Baseball Fans" James Wagner, The New York Times, "M.L.B.'s Lockout: What Is It? How Does It Work? What's Next?" Nathan Kalman-Lamb & Dirk Hayhurst, Jacobin, "'Inside the Game, You Are Still a Commodity'" Working People, "Mini-cast: Suicide Squeeze (w/ Nathan Kalman-Lamb)" Kellogg's strike links/info below... Working People YouTube channel  Look for updates on the Dec. 17 livestream/fundraiser on the Working People Twitter page and Morning Riot Twitter page  Maximilian Alvarez, The Real News Network, “Breakfast of champions: Kellogg's cereal workers strike for employees who have been left behind” Maximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "How companies like Kellogg's are weaponizing the courts to break strikes" Mel Buer, The Real News Network, “Kellogg's strike: Cereal plant workers fight to raise the floor for all employees as sales soar” Mel Buer, The Real News Network, “Kellogg's strikers hold the line and prepare for winter” Sahid Fawaz, Labor 411, "Five Ways To Support The Kellogg Strike" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"

Three Ugly Guys
Episode 65: Home For The Holidays: Our Christmas Special

Three Ugly Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 76:51


"You guys give up or are ya thirsty for more?" - Kevin McCallister   It's Christmas time, it's 1990 and Three Ugly Guys are in Chicago!   Snakes?  We don't know no Snakes...It's the holliest, jolliest time of the year and Three Ugly Guys are in full Christmas force!  In this episode, check out the return of a new favorite...Three Ugly Guys Go INTO The Movies.  We tackle the John Hughes classic, Home Alone, by throwing ourselves into the heart of suburban America for all out hijinx.  Are we good?  Are we bad?  How did we even get here from New York?  New York.....?  Sequel one day......?? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/threeuglyguys/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThreeUglyGuys Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/ThreeUglyGuys Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/ThreeUglyGuysPodcast   *Intro and Outro music created by John Bartmann (entitled "90s Sitcom Joy") and found on "Freemusicarchive.org". Original song edited by us to fit our Intro and Outro needs.       License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/       Website: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/John_Bartmann/Royalty-Free_Soundtrack_Music_Album_Two/90s-sitcom-joy    

Watch With Jen
Watch With Jen - S2: E52 - Roger Moore's Bond Era with Julia Ricci

Watch With Jen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 82:39


The name is Moore, Roger Moore. In this lively, research-intensive episode on 007, I'm joined by Julia Ricci, the delightful Emmy nominated documentary researcher and senior programmer at the well-respected Heartland Film, which hosts two terrific festivals every year. Having recently completed a year-long project to watch each and every James Bond film for the first time, Julia sat down with me to chat about the effervescent, winking tenure of Roger Moore as 007 in the films The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, and For Your Eyes Only. Covering everything from the villains to the girls to the action to the gadgets to Moore on The Muppet Show, I hope you'll enjoy this affectionate look at the notably macho franchise by two thoughtful women who love its history, humor, and the various tenors, subgenres, approaches, and tones that have colored it over the years. James Bond Update: This conversation was recorded in early November. I've since seen No Time to Die and it's become one of my favorite films in the entire franchise. Podcast Note: This is the final traditional episode of Season 2 (aka 2021), but I will be uploading a few more episodes within the next week (!) consisting of fun laid-back conversations about recent physical media releases with some of your favorite guests. Also, for those of you who've said that you miss hearing me talk about films solo, these episodes will feature a few segments of me doing just that (so be careful what you wish for). Originally Posted on Patreon (12/10/21) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/59753959 Theme Music: Solo Acoustic Guitar by Jason Shaw, Free Music Archive

The Real News Podcast
Starbucks workers in Buffalo make history with union vote

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 51:22


Starbucks is the world's largest coffeehouse chain and one of the most recognizable consumer brands in existence. In the US alone, Starbucks has nearly 9,000 corporate-owned stores, and not a single one of them is unionized … until now. After leading an organizing campaign during the COVID-19 pandemic and facing tireless efforts by the company to delay, deflate, and defeat union elections with the National Labor Relations Board, workers at three Starbucks locations in Buffalo, New York, submitted their ballots this week. After vote counting took place on Thursday, one of the three Buffalo stores, located on Elmwood Avenue, became the first unionized company-owned store in the US. Another store, located on Camp Road, voted against unionizing, and workers at the Genesee Street store in Cheektowaga appear to have voted “yes” on unionizing, but challenges to several votes are still being reviewed.In this Working People mini-cast, TRNN Editor-in-Chief Maximillian Alvarez talks with Brian Murray, one of the Buffalo Starbucks workers and organizers with SBWorkers United, and journalist Jordan Chariton, who recently traveled to Buffalo to speak with Starbucks workers and report on their fight for Status Coup.Read the transcript of this interview: https://therealnews.com/how-unionizing-starbucks-workers-took-on-a-corporate-giantAdditional links/info below...SBWorkers United website, Twitter page, and Instagram:https://sbworkersunited.org/https://twitter.com/SBWorkersUnitedhttps://www.instagram.com/sbworkersunited/GoFundMe: Starbucks Retaliates Against Whistleblower: https://www.gofundme.com/f/starbucks-retaliates-against-whistleblowerBrian's Twitter page: https://twitter.com/brianmurrray1Jordan's Twitter page: https://twitter.com/JordanCharitonStatus Coup website, Twitter page, and YouTube channel:https://statuscoup.com/https://twitter.com/StatusCouphttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0pCsHlEEmCfxllZSlRB2OgSean Collins, Strikewave, "It's about having a democratic voice in Starbucks." Interview with Brian Murray of SBWorkersUnited": https://www.thestrikewave.com/interviews/interview-with-brian-murray-of-starbucks-unionNoam Scheiber, The New York Times, "As Starbucks Workers Seek a Union, Company Officials Converge on Stores": https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/18/business/economy/starbucks-union-buffalo.htmlAhiza García-Hodges, NBC News, "Former Starbucks CEO Uses Holocaust Analogy to Describe Coffee Company's Mission": https://www.nbcnews.com/business/business-news/former-starbucks-ceo-uses-holocaust-analogy-describe-coffee-companys-m-rcna5170Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org):Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

Working People
Starbucks Workers United (w/ Brian Murray & Jordan Chariton)

Working People

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 51:22


Starbucks is the world's largest coffeehouse chain and one of the most recognizable consumer brands in existence. In the US alone, Starbucks has nearly 9,000 corporate-owned stores, and not a single one of them is unionized ... but that may be about to change. After leading an organizing campaign during the COVID-19 pandemic and facing tireless efforts by the company to delay, deflate, and defeat union elections with the National Labor Relations Board, workers at three Starbucks locations in Buffalo, New York, have submitted their ballots, which are being counted as we speak. In this mini-cast, we talk with Brian Murray, one of the Buffalo workers and organizers with SBWorkers United, and journalist Jordan Chariton, who recently traveled to Buffalo to speak with Starbucks workers and report on their fight for Status Coup.   Additional links/info below... SBWorkers United website, Twitter page, and Instagram  GoFundMe: Starbucks Retaliates Against Whistleblower  Jordan's Twitter page  Status Coup website, Twitter page, and YouTube channel  Sean Collins, Strikewave, ""It's about having a democratic voice in Starbucks." Interview with Brian Murray of SBWorkersUnited" Noam Scheiber, The New York Times, "As Starbucks Workers Seek a Union, Company Officials Converge on Stores" Ahiza García-Hodges, NBC News, "Former Starbucks CEO Uses Holocaust Analogy to Describe Coffee Company's Mission" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast
#155 - The Sadistic Little Drummer Boy - Part Two

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 67:37


Today's episode is the final part about 19-year-old Michael Douglas Dowdall; a baby-faced killer who had brutally bludgeoned a woman to death, and although this could have been dismissed as an isolated drunken mistake, this murder may mark the beginning of a serial-killer in the making.Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael J Buchanan-Dunne of Murder Mile Walks with the main musical themes written and performed by Erik Stein and Jon Boux of Cult With No Name with additional music, as used under the Creative Commons License 4.0 (Attribution) via Free Music Archive and YouTube Music. A full listing of tracks used and a full transcript for each episode is listed here and a legal disclaimer.DONATE to ST MONGOS (homeless charity)https://www.mungos.org/get-involved/donate/FOLLOW US HERE:FacebookTwitterInstagramMurder Mile Discussion GroupYoutubeSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews
8-Bit Christmas and See You at C2E2 - Episode 273

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 69:47


Whhhhaats up ya'll and welcome to episode 273 of The Chumpcast! Someone at HBO Max made a movie specifically for the 3 of us, so we watched 8-Bit Christmas. We also draft our Disney Princess Death Squads... You can find us on all social media platforms @thechumpcast. You can also call or text us at 847-920-6107. TIMESTAMPS! 0:40 - What would a modern day Osmosis Jones look like? Also, Brick fried his computer 8:10 - Starting to think that none of us are console guys anymore… 11:30 - Shouldn't Sony and Microsoft be more upset about scalpers hoarding their product? 16:35 - We'll see you chumps at C2E2 in Chicago this weekend 18:35 - TRAILERS! None of us will see Dog with Channing Tatum for personal reasons, Peacemaker keeps getting more obnoxious, and a glimpse Across The Spider-verse  28:00 - Sony has an Xbox Game Pass rival codenamed ‘Spartacus' launching in 2022 31:50 - ‘Nic Cage as Dracula' is all you need you hear about this segment 34:45 - Tom Holland is going to continue playing Spider-Man until he's 47 and Mark divides everything by 3 37:30 - RECOMMENDATIONS! Why isn't anyone talking about Hawkeye? Mark loves tennis or some King idk, and Brick likes Super Crooks 46:00 - Succession talk, because we do what we want 49:20 - DRAFT TIME! Disney Princess death squad edition (don't forget to vote @thechumpcast) 58:50 - REVIEW! A slow few weeks at the box office leads us to 8-Bit Christmas, and it might have been made specifically for us 1:05:40 - Next week, on The Chumpcast… If you're looking for merch, you can check out our website, thechumpcast.com You can also support us by using our Amazon Affiliate link, thechumpcast.com/amazon.If you like us, tell a friend! Subscribers help us grow and bring you more of the content you love. We also appreciate ratings and reviews on iTunes. Thanks to Broke For Free for the intro song "If".  You can find more of them at the Free Music Archive here.

Christmas Past
Backstory — The Cinnamon Bear

Christmas Past

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 12:42


In 1937, radio audiences were introduced to The Cinnamon Bear, a magical twenty-six-part Christmas miniseries. Twins Judy and Jimmy search through the enchanted world of Maybeland for their lost Christmas ornament with the help of a talking bear.  The series delighted audiences for many seasons before falling out of the mainstream. But a new audience is discovering the program in the Internet age.  Thank you to Jack French from the Metropolitan Washington Old Time Radio Club for appearing on this episode.  For more info about The Cinnamon Bear https://www.cinnamonbear.org/ Apple Podcasts  Music in this episode "It Came Upon A Midnight Clear" — various, via NuBeat Music "Stille Nacht" — Don Maue, shared directly by the artist "Heliotrope" — Blue Dot Sessions, via Free Music Archive  Share a Christmas memory on the podcast! Just record a voice memo into your phone and send it to christmaspastpodcast@gmail.com. Keep it reasonably short, clean and family friendly, and be sure to say your name and where you're from.  Keep in touch christmaspastpodcast@gmail.com Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ChristmasPastPodcast Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173778110150282 Twitter: https://twitter.com/XmasPastPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/christmaspastofficial/ 

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast
#154 - The Sadistic Little Drummer Boy - Part One

Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 60:45


Today's episode is Part One of Two about 19-year-old Michael Douglas Dowdall. Described as a pathetic little mummy's boy, his early crimes didn't just set out to prove his bullies wrong, they also became the first faltering steps of - potentially - a fledgling serial-killer.Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael J Buchanan-Dunne of Murder Mile Walks with the main musical themes written and performed by Erik Stein and Jon Boux of Cult With No Name with additional music, as used under the Creative Commons License 4.0 (Attribution) via Free Music Archive and YouTube Music. A full listing of tracks used and a full transcript for each episode is listed here and a legal disclaimer.FOLLOW US HERE:FacebookTwitterInstagramMurder Mile Discussion GroupYoutubeSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.