It is impossible to make broad generalizations about the complex relationships between plants and microbes, but such challenges have not stopped Dr. Anny Chung from studying them. As you will here, there is a wide spectrum of possibilities between pest and mutualist, and where any plant/microbe combination falls on that line can depend heavily on context. Moreover, trying to understand how these relationships change when entire ecosystems change has never been more important. Join us as we dive into the amazingly complex world of how plants and microbes interact. This episode was produced in part by Jamie, Brent, Tanner, Rick, Kazys, Dorothy, Katherine, Emily, Theo, Nichole, Paul, Karen, Randi, Caelan, Tom, Don, Susan, Corbin, Keena, Robin, Peter, Whitney, Kenned, Margaret, Daniel, Karen, David, Earl, Jocelyn, Gary, Krysta, Elizabeth, Southern California Carnivorous Plant Enthusiasts, Pattypollinators, Peter, Judson, Ella, Alex, Dan, Pamela, Peter, Andrea, Nathan, Karyn, Michelle, Jillian, Chellie, Linda, Laura, Miz Holly, Christie, Carlos, Paleo Fern, Levi, Sylvia, Lanny, Ben, Lily, Craig, Sarah, Lor, Monika, Brandon, Jeremy, Suzanne, Kristina, Christine, Silas, Michael, Aristia, Felicidad, Lauren, Danielle, Allie, Jeffrey, Amanda, Tommy, Marcel, C Leigh, Karma, Shelby, Christopher, Alvin, Arek, Chellie, Dani, Paul, Dani, Tara, Elly, Colleen, Natalie, Nathan, Ario, Laura, Cari, Margaret, Mary, Connor, Nathan, Jan, Jerome, Brian, Azomonas, Ellie, University Greens, Joseph, Melody, Patricia, Matthew, Garrett, John, Ashley, Cathrine, Melvin, OrangeJulian, Porter, Jules, Griff, Joan, Megan, Marabeth, Les, Ali, Southside Plants, Keiko, Robert, Bryce, Wilma, Amanda, Helen, Mikey, Michelle, German, Joerg, Cathy, Tate, Steve, Kae, Carole, Mr. Keith Santner, Lynn, Aaron, Sara, Kenned, Brett, Jocelyn, Ethan, Sheryl, Runaway Goldfish, Ryan, Chris, Alana, Rachel, Joanna, Lori, Paul, Griff, Matthew, Bobby, Vaibhav, Steven, Joseph, Brandon, Liam, Hall, Jared, Brandon, Christina, Carly, Kazys, Stephen, Katherine, Mohsin Kazmi Takes Pictures, Manny, doeg, Daniel, Tim, Philip, Tim, Lisa, Brodie, Bendix, Irene, holly, Sara, and Margie.
From the BBC World Service: A recession is commonly defined as the economy shrinking in two successive quarters — that’s just what’s happened to Germany, mainly because higher energy prices have hit household budgets and that’s put the brakes on spending. It’s Europe’s biggest economy, so what’s the wider impact? Plus, the International Monetary Fund has approved a multi-billion dollar loan for Ivory Coast. And, we hear from rural Spain where a plan is being considered to help subsidize bars in depopulated areas which have become vital community hubs in a country where 90% of the population lives in urban areas.
Democracy in action has looked the same for generations. Constituents might go to a library or school every one or two years and cast their vote for people who don't actually represent everything that they care about. Our technology is rapidly increasing in sophistication, yet our forms of democracy have largely remained unchanged. What would an upgrade look like - not just for democracy, but for all the different places that democratic decision-making happens?On this episode of Your Undivided Attention, we're joined by political economist and social technologist Divya Siddarth, one of the world's leading experts in collective intelligence. Together we explore how new kinds of governance can be supported through better technology, and how collective decision-making is key to unlocking everything from more effective elections to better ways of responding to global problems like climate change.Correction:Tristan mentions Elon Musk's attempt to manufacture ventilators early on in the COVID-19 pandemic. Musk ended up buying over 1,200 ventilators that were delivered to California.RECOMMENDED MEDIAAgainst Democracy by Jason BrennanA provocative challenge to one of our most cherished institutionsLedger of HarmsTechnology platforms have created a race for human attention that's unleashed invisible harms to society. Here are some of the costs that aren't showing up on their balance sheetsThe Wisdom GapThis blog post from the Center for Humane Technology describes the gap between the rising interconnected complexity of our problems and our ability to make sense of themDemocracyNextDemocracyNext is working to design and establish new institutions for government and transform the governance of organizations that influence public lifeCIP.orgAn incubator for new governance models for transformative technologyEtheloTransform community engagement through consensusKazm's Living Room ConversationsLiving Room Conversations works to heal society by connecting people across divides through guided conversations proven to build understanding and transform communitiesThe Citizens DialogueA model for citizen participation in Ostbelgien, which was brought to life by the parliament of the German-speaking communityAsamblea Ciudadana Para El ClimaSpain's national citizens' assembly on climate changeClimate Assembly UKThe UK's national citizens' assembly on climate changeCitizens' Convention for the ClimateFrance's national citizens' assembly on climate changePolisPolis is a real-time system for gathering, analyzing and understanding what large groups of people think in their own words, enabled by advanced statistics and machine learningRECOMMENDED YUA EPISODESDigital Democracy is Within Reach with Audrey Tang They Don't Represent Us with Larry LessigA Renegade Solution to Extractive Economics with Kate RaworthYour Undivided Attention is produced by the Center for Humane Technology. Follow us on Twitter: @HumaneTech_
Among the world's harrowing marine survival stories, the strangest might be a crew's escape from one of the earliest submarines. It was 1851, and the 26-foot-long sub, designed and captained by a Prussian carpenter, was powered by a couple sailors spinning treadwheels. When the vessel floundered during a trial run and began sinking to the bottom of a German harbor, there was only one very frightening way to get out alive—which is why the crew got into what was almost certainly the first-ever underwater fistfight. Please tell us what you think about the show and how we can make it better. Fill out a brief survey at outsideonline.com/podsurvey. The Outside Podcast is made possible by Outside+ subscribers. Learn about the many benefits of a subscription and sign up now at outsideonline.com/podplus.
Nikki is in Vienna, her first stop in Europe with her bestie Anya Marina, her boyfriend Chris Convy while Brian is allegedly in Tikrit. Brian once spent New Year's Eve on a plane and was annoyed that there was no celebration. Sharing adventures from Europe, Nikki fessed to crying in front of German men before her performance. They talk about performing in front of friends vs strangers. Chris shares a hack to save face abroad. Starbucks in Europe did not pass the heat test but has a naked TV show that Nikki is obsessed with. Nikki doesn't care about germs and was shocked that Chris saw her eating a lollipop that fell on the floor. Brian once had to have an intervention with a friend who had bad body odor. Nikki found comfort when she realized that she moves like Conan. In Reddit Dump, we learn that being on top isn't so easy and why acting aloof gets you in a relationship. ——— Watch this episode on our Youtube Channel: The Nikki Glaser Podcast Follow the pod on Instagram for bonus content: @NikkiGlaserPod Leave us your voicemail: Click Here To Record Nikki's Tour Dates: nikkiglaser.com/tour Anya's Patreon: patreon.com/anyamarina Brian Frange: brianfrange.com More Nikki: IG More Anya: IG More Brian: IG More producer Noa: IG See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In late December 1776, the American War of Independence appeared tobe on its last legs. General George Washington's continental forces hadbeen reduced to a shadow of their former strength, the British Armyhad chased them across the Delaware River into Pennsylvania, andenlistments for many of the rank and file would be up by month's end.Desperate times call for desperate measures, however, and GeorgeWashington responded to this crisis with astonishing audacity. OnChristmas night 1776, he recrossed the Delaware as a nor'easterchurned up the coast, burying his small detachment under howlingsheets of snow and ice. Undaunted, they attacked a Hessian brigade atTrenton, New Jersey, taking the German auxiliaries by completesurprise. Then, only three days later, Washington struck again, crossingthe Delaware, slipping away from the British at Trenton, and attackingthe Redcoats at Princeton—to their utter astonishment. The British, now back on their heels, retreated toward New Brunswickas Washington's reinvigorated force followed them north into Jersey.Over the next eight months, Washington's continentals and the statemilitias of New Jersey would go head-to-head with the British in amultitude of small-scale actions and large-scale battles, eventuallyforcing the British to flee New Jersey by sea. In this narrative of the American War of Independence, today's guest Jim Stempel, author of “The Enemy Harassed: Washington's New Jersey Campaign of 1777” brings to life one of the most violent, courageous, yet virtually forgotten periods of the Revolutionary War.
Thank you for listening to the following films podcast. Today I'm joined by Steven Luke to discuss his film COME OUT FIGHTING Set during WWII, in this military adventure, a small, specialized squad of U.S. Army African American soldiers are sent on an unofficial rescue mission behind enemy lines to locate their missing commanding officer. The squad upon battling their way through the German defenses encounter more than they bargain for when they locate a downed U.S. Army fighter pilot. With the help of their friends at the 761st tank battalion, known as “The Black Panthers,” the squad must find a way to survive and make it back in one piece. COME OUT FIGHTING is currently in theaters and available on demand Hope you enjoy the show! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/followingfilms/support
This is the story of the first real battles of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) in World War I. Carrying out his third operation of the German Spring Offensive, General Erich Ludendorff is hoping to distract the French before delivering a KO punch to the Brits farther north in Flanders. But this offensive is going far too well to let up. German troops are advancing rapidly down here. This mere diversion has taken them to Château-Thierry on the banks of the Marne River! Erich can't help but think that, with Paris a mere 50 miles away, maybe this is the course to press. The Brits are spent. The French are spent. The Italians are spent. The Americans are growing in number but still wildly untrained. Can these smooth-faced American youth, so unfamiliar with war, really make the difference in stopping the German war machine's forward advance? Can they take Cantigny? Will they hold at Château-Thierry? Will the US Marines continue the fight, even as they see an unprecedented loss of lives in a small cluster of trees known as Belleau Wood? We'll find out. ___ 4 Ways to dive deeper into History That Doesn't Suck Join our growing facebook community Get our weekly newsletter, The Revolution Become part of the HTDS Patreon family Subscribe to Greg's monthly newsletter, Connected History Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're headed to the movies for a look at a brand new (and already nearly gone) romance: Love Again, starring Priyanka Chopra-Jonas, Sam Heughan, and, naturally, Celine Dion. Join in as we discuss our favorite celebrity performances, the differences between the trailer and the finished film, the German novel it's based on, smishing, and Rob's terrible and expensive plan to meet his mysterious texter. Plus: Is Rob the worst music critic on the planet? Do these characters have friends? Should the movie have been about the pandemic? And, most important, would you rather fight one horse-sized duck or one hundred duck-sized horses? Make sure to rate, review, and subscribe! Next week: Me, Myself, and Irene (2000) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/we-love-the-love/message
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Nathan, Lucas and B.R do a little bit of Koch teasing this week in the lead up to the episode 100 special! The lads get into everything from risky fungi to AI scriptwriting, B.R laments feeling like an old man and being left behind by Gun Z internet culture, their deep ‘dislike' for sabotaging valuable city infrastructure like CCTV and parking meters, Lucas discusses new vague Irish hate crime laws that could imprison individuals for almost anything and citizens defending themselves from wrong address no knock raids. Also discussed is German gun manufacturer Heckler and Koch's bizarre Twitter misstep stepping into the ‘woke' advertising controversy of recent beer ads, B.R recalls past HK social media managers defense for arming the ATF and their absolute lack of any meaningful support for armed citizens as they grow fat and happy off of government contracts. Lucas gives the listeners an update on Fishtank Live, Nathan recounts meeting 'Airsoft Fatty' briefly and the lads discuss why 'RIP TED' was trending on Twitter. Links mentioned in this episode: Check out our Patreon here to support what we do and get insider perks! Follow the lads on IG: Nathan / Main Page: https://www.instagram.com/cbrnart/?hl=en B.R: https://www.instagram.com/br.the.anarch/?hl=en Paige: https://www.instagram.com/paigeosity/ Lucas: https://www.instagram.com/heartl1ne/ Check out our sponsors: Use code: ARTANDWAR10 for $10 off an SMU Belt at AWSin.com Check out our returning sponsor, Fieldseats.com! Check out our link tree for the rest of our stuff!
What makes some plants invasive? This is an extremely complex question with many possible answers, but that hasn't stopped Dr. Kali Mattingly from tackling a piece of the puzzle. From leaf, root, and flower traits to DNA and hybridization, Dr. Mattingly has tackled this work in a variety of ways. Join us as we discuss what she has learned from looking at invasive plants such as lesser celandine (Ficaria verna) and purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria). This episode was produced in part by Jamie, Brent, Tanner, Rick, Kazys, Dorothy, Katherine, Emily, Theo, Nichole, Paul, Karen, Randi, Caelan, Tom, Don, Susan, Corbin, Keena, Robin, Peter, Whitney, Kenned, Margaret, Daniel, Karen, David, Earl, Jocelyn, Gary, Krysta, Elizabeth, Southern California Carnivorous Plant Enthusiasts, Pattypollinators, Peter, Judson, Ella, Alex, Dan, Pamela, Peter, Andrea, Nathan, Karyn, Michelle, Jillian, Chellie, Linda, Laura, Miz Holly, Christie, Carlos, Paleo Fern, Levi, Sylvia, Lanny, Ben, Lily, Craig, Sarah, Lor, Monika, Brandon, Jeremy, Suzanne, Kristina, Christine, Silas, Michael, Aristia, Felicidad, Lauren, Danielle, Allie, Jeffrey, Amanda, Tommy, Marcel, C Leigh, Karma, Shelby, Christopher, Alvin, Arek, Chellie, Dani, Paul, Dani, Tara, Elly, Colleen, Natalie, Nathan, Ario, Laura, Cari, Margaret, Mary, Connor, Nathan, Jan, Jerome, Brian, Azomonas, Ellie, University Greens, Joseph, Melody, Patricia, Matthew, Garrett, John, Ashley, Cathrine, Melvin, OrangeJulian, Porter, Jules, Griff, Joan, Megan, Marabeth, Les, Ali, Southside Plants, Keiko, Robert, Bryce, Wilma, Amanda, Helen, Mikey, Michelle, German, Joerg, Cathy, Tate, Steve, Kae, Carole, Mr. Keith Santner, Lynn, Aaron, Sara, Kenned, Brett, Jocelyn, Ethan, Sheryl, Runaway Goldfish, Ryan, Chris, Alana, Rachel, Joanna, Lori, Paul, Griff, Matthew, Bobby, Vaibhav, Steven, Joseph, Brandon, Liam, Hall, Jared, Brandon, Christina, Carly, Kazys, Stephen, Katherine, Mohsin Kazmi Takes Pictures, Manny, doeg, Daniel, Tim, Philip, Tim, Lisa, Brodie, Bendix, Irene, holly, Sara, and Margie.
1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories & Mysteries Podcast
A 1001 Heroes Special- TEN STORIES OF FORGOTTEN HEROES (PT 1) - shares the following stories: 1), Grace Darling, the 22 year-old lighthouse keeper's daughter who rescued nine victims of a wreck at great risk to her own life; 2), The wreck of the HMS Birkenhood, the event which began the "women and children first" protocol; 3), The cabbies of Paris help save the city from German invasion;, 4) Resistance fighter Rosa Robota and her successful effort to kill SS guards at Auschwitz; 5), Israel Bissell, who rode longer and faster than Paul Revere but got no respect ; 6), The man who never was- the corpse the foiled Hitler's defense of Sicily; 7), The courageous Swiss Guards who died trying to defend a French king in 1792; 8). The heroes who died to find the cause of Yellow Fever; 9), Penicillin's forgotten heroes; and 10), Balto, the dog who saved a city. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
Kate Adie introduces correspondents' dispatches from El Salvador, the streets of Pakistan's cities, the Bangladesh-Myanmar border, North Korea and Germany. Since the 1990s, El Salvador fell into the grip of street gangs which terrorised the country. Now its President, Nayib Bukele, is running a harsh crackdown on gang members, introducing sweeping new police powers, summary arrests, mass trials and heavy sentences for alleged offenders. Will Grant spoke to some who've suffered, and others who've gained, in this new climate. The last month has seen huge, passionate demonstrations in many of Pakistan's cities in support of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. Once he was seen as an ally of the country's military and security establishment, but recently those ties have cooled and he's faced a slew of legal challenges. Caroline Davies has seen how this political drama is playing out in court and on the streets. What happened to the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims driven out of Myanmar in 2017? Rajini Vaidyanathan visits the world's largest refugee camp, in Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, where many Rohingya families are trying to survive in cramped, squalid conditions. She reunites with a young boy the BBC first met five years ago. Visitors to North Korea often have a hard time understanding what locals really think. But once North Koreans leave the country, they can finally speak out about feelings locked inside - or just not confronted - for a lifetime. Michael Bristow met one North Korean woman who's now making a new life in the north of England. And in Germany, Tim Mansel explores why the future of small-town family butchers' shops appear to be on the chopping block. Like many other sectors in the German economy, retail butchery is struggling to fill all the empty vacancies. Producer: Polly Hope Editor: Richard Fenton-Smith Production Co-ordinator: Helena Warwick-Cross
Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
The town of České Budějovice in South Bohemia may be better known to North Americans as Budweis, the German name that's been appropriated by a couple of famous beers. The real Czech pale lager from here is known as Budvar—sold as Czechvar (https://czechvar.com/) in the United States, for legal reasons. It's an easygoing showcase of light, pure malt flavors and soft, balancing bitterness, nearer in profile to a Bavarian helles than a typical Czech světlý ležák. Joining us to tell this iconic beer's story and talk about how it's made is brewmaster Adam Brož, who is contagiously passionate about all the little details that make a pale lager into something that both tastes great and is addictively drinkable. Along the way, he discusses: Budvar Original's unique place in the pale lager spectrum the importance of soft water to the beer's profile why he insists on sticking with whole-cone Saaz hops how the barley variety and crop matter to the brewing process why decoction matters, from deeper color and flavor to greater consistency the benefits of long maturation of at least 90 days in horizontal tanks a new variety of Budvar with higher bitterness how the dark lager came to be and what sets it apart And more. "Our product is not the beer, but the joy from the beer," says Broz. "And without drinkability, it's half of the joy." This episode is brought to you by: G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): For years G&D Chillers has chilled the beers you love, partnering with 3,000+ breweries across the country along the way, and they're proud of the cool partnerships they've built over the past 30 years. Reach out for a quote today at gdchillers.com (http://www.Gdchillers.com) or call to discuss your next project. BSG Craft Brewing (https://BSGCraftbrewing.com): All BSG Hops are hand selected for quality by their expert staff, so you can trust you are getting the very best hops from the very best growers in the U.S. and around the world. Discover BSG's extensive range of domestic and imported hops at BSGCraftBrewing.com/hops Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): If you hear Old Orchard mentioned in the brewing community, don't be surprised: the flavored craft juice concentrate blends from Old Orchard have shipped to over 46 states. To join the core of Old Orchard's brewing community, learn more at oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer) Accubrew (https://accubrew.io) AccuBrew announces the addition of Specific Gravity to our suite of brewing tools! AccuBrew is a game changing fermentation monitoring system that gives you unprecedented insight into your yeast's health and activity. Join the AccuBrew community today and experience 24/7 peace of mind. Visit AccuBrew.io to learn more! ProBrew (https://www.probrew.com) The ProFill series of rotary can fillers from ProBrew are accelerating plant production everywhere. For more information, visit www.probrew.com or email email@example.com. US Water Systems (https://USWaterSystems.com): Some brewers want their water profile to be that of their city and that sounds great... except for one factor: Depending upon the city and day, the water quality can vary 40 to 50%. The best method is to start with the same water every time and Reverse Osmosis gives you that power. Visit USWaterSystems.com for a free expert analysis. Twin Monkeys (https://TwinMonkeys.net): Are you ready to start canning your craft beverages? Twin Monkeys Beverage Systems is here to help. This troop of engineers, service techs, and microbrew fanatics offers customizable packaging solutions for every craft. Visit TwinMonkeys.net today. Fermentis (https://fermentis.com): Discover a whole SafLager™ range by Fermentis, covering from traditional to modern-style lagers: SafLager™ S-189, for the elegant lagers with floral notes, SafLager™ S-23, for fruity and hoppy ones, and SafLager™ W-34/70 for your neutral beers. Want to know more about SafLager™ yeasts? Visit www.fermentis.com! ABS Commercial (https://abs-commercial.com): ABS Commercial is proud to offer brewhouses, tanks, keg washers, and small parts to brewers across the country as well as equipment for distilling, cider-making, wine-making, and more! Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your customized brewery needs. ABS Commercial. We are brewers.
Born to Win Podcast - with Ronald L. Dart
A man can live without food…for a while. He can live on short rations for quite a while. But sooner or later the body withers and dies. We know what it looks like, because we have seen the pictures. Pictures of faces that were little more than a skull with skin stretched over it and eyes sunk back in the head.What is it that starves the soul? What food, when taken away, causes the inner man to dry up, to wither, and finally die?Viktor Frankl was a German psychiatrist, a Jew, who spent several years in the Nazi concentration camps. I was reading his remarkable book, Man’s Search for Meaning, and I was stopped in my tracks when I stumbled over the answer to that question.
Max Pearson presents a collection of this week's Witness History episodes from the BBC World Service. We hear about the German children who were evacuated to camps in the countryside to avoid the bombs of World War Two. You may find some of the content distressing. Also we find out about the execution of Flor Contemplacion Plus the creation of the 3000 km Te Ararora trail in New Zealand, the Dambusters raid and the story behind the popular children's book, Pippi Longstocking. Contributors: Gunter Stoppa and Klaus Reimer - German evacuee camp residents. This was taken from archive recordings from "Haus der Geschichte der Bundersrepublik Deutschland" in Bonn. Beate Muller - Professor of German Studies and Cultural History at Newcastle University, England Geoff Chapple who lobbied for the creation of the Te Araroa trail in New Zealand. Russel Contemplacion - Flor Contemplacion's daughter Edre Olalia - Flor Contemplacion's Lawyer George "Johnny" Johnson - the last survivor of the Dambusters squadron. Karin Nyman – Daughter of author Astrid Nyman (Photo: Flor Contemplacion. Credit: Russel Contemplacion)
How'd you say in German: “Can you mimic the German accent?”?
Grandpa Beers @GeneseeBrewery @PabstBlueRibbon @UplandBrewCo @millerhighlife @LionsheadPils @MolsonCoors @Gansettbeer #beer #forgottonbeerCo hosts : Good ol Boy Dave, Good ol Boy Kendall, Good ol Boy Sean, Good ol Boy Sparky, and Good ol Gal JulieannaSUDS Episode – Yep, we discuss those beers that most of your Grandpa’s drank. These iconic brands of beer are still around and yet have you tried your modern hop forward palate against the decades of beer these breweries have produced. Just remember this is, and always is, Dave’s fault. If you’re keeping score on who guessed what, we all sucked, like 2 for 12. We taste and rate the following beer from 1-5: All the ‘grandpa’ beers mentioned in this episode were blind tasted in lettered cups labeled A-L. As always, Good ol’ Gal Julieanna had the key and a grin on her face. 10:04 Genessee Beer – American lager 4.5% ABV Genessee Brewing Company, Rochester, NY SUDS-3 14:47 National Bohemian- American lager 4.6% ABV Pabst Brewing Company, San Antonio, TX SUDS-3 17:12 Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer – American lager 4.0% ABV Pabst Brewing Company, San Antonio TX SUDS-2 20:18 Champagne Velvet – German pilsner 5.2% ABV Upland Brewing Company, Bloomington, IN SUDS-4 28:24 High Life – American lager 4.6% ABV Miller Brewing Company, Milwaukee, WI SUDS-4 31:38 Hamm’s – American lager 4.7% ABV Miller Brewing Company, Milwaukee, WI SUDS-2 35:01 Lionshead Deluxe Pilsner 4.5% ABV The Lion Brewery, Wilkes-Barre, PA SUDS- 2 37:23 Iron City Beer – American Lager – 4.7% ABV Pittsburgh Brewing Company Pittsburgh, PA SUDS-3 40:05 Coors Banquet – American Lager – 5% ABV Coors Brewing Company Golden, CO SUDS-4 42:06 Naragansett American Lager – 5% ABV Narragansett Brewing Company Providence, RI SUDS-3 43:48 Stag – American lager – 5.2% ABV Pabst Brewing Company, San Antonio, TX SUDS-3 47:28 Old German – American lager – 4.2% ABV Pittsburgh Brewing Company, Pittsburgh, PA SUDS-3 email@example.com@sipssudssmokesSips, Suds, & Smokes™ is produced by One Tan Hand Productions using the power of beer, whiskey, and golf. Available on Apple & Google Podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, Soundcloud, and nearly anywhere you can find a podcast. Check out Good ol Boy Dave on 60 Second Reviews https://www.instagram.com/goodoleboydave/ Kendall put in his good teeth to judge these beers correctly . His beer blog is: https://www.beermakesthree.com/ Enjoying that cool new Outro Music, it’s from Woods & Whitehead – Back RoadsDownload your copy here:https://amzn.to/2Xblorc The easiest way to find this award winning podcast on your phone is ask Alexa, Siri or Google, “Play Podcast , Sips, Suds, & Smokes” Credits: TITLE: Maxwell Swing PERFORMED BY: Texas Gypsies COMPOSED BY: Steven R Curry (BMI) PUBLISHED BY: Alliance AudioSparx (BMI) COURTESY OF: AudioSparx TITLE: Flapperjack PERFORMED BY: Texas Gypsies COMPOSED BY: Steven R Curry (BMI) PUBLISHED BY: Alliance AudioSparx (BMI) COURTESY OF: AudioSparx TITLE: Back Roads PERFORMED BY: Woods & Whitehead COMPOSED BY: Terry Whitehead PUBLISHED BY: Terry Whitehead COURTESY OF: Terry Whitehead Post production services : Pro Podcast Solutions Advertising sales: Contact us directly Content hosting services: Earshot, Radio4All, PodBean, Soundcloud Producers: Good ol Boy Dave and Good ol Gal Julieanna
Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman
This week's edition of Flashback Friday is from episode 425 published last 13 October 2014. On today's Creating Wealth Show, host Jason Hartman talks to financial maven and author, Bill Bonner, about his new book, Hormegeddon, how to create money out of thin air, the situation in Japan and whether you really can have too much of a good thing. Bill's company, Agora Financial, is a leading marketplace for advice and talking points about everything to do with investing so he's perfectly placed to assist those looking to increase their investment prowess. Ahead of the interview, Jason addresses the Elon Musk announcement of semi-autonomous cars and their inevitably disruptive impact on everything – including real estate. Key Takeaways: – The title for Bill Bonner's latest book, Hormegeddon, comes from the term for specific biological experiments which went awry: hormesis. – With many of these things they can start out as beneficial but the more you use them, the more issues arise. – The notion of creating money is so difficult for even experts to understand – how can real money be created from absolutely nothing? From thin air? – The trade of the decade assessment is not a prediction; it's all about analysing what's up and what's down. – The situation that Japan is currently in is terrible, and it doesn't look to be improving in the immediate future. – Indeed, there's every possibility that the US could follow suit and end up in a similar situation to Japan, especially with ever-increasing Chinese trade agreements using Chinese currency clauses. – One potential option could be ‘direct monetary funding' which is the act of giving money, rather than lending it, in an attempt to bring the economy back up by consumer spending. – If you borrow money long-term for real estate purposes and it's on a low-rate basis, inflation can eventually come along and pay off your debt for you. – Too much of a good thing is only too much. We view security as a good thing, but consider the money the Germans were spending on their own security during the war and that just can't be justifiable. – Declining marginal utility is where you invest too much into one thing and it all backfires. – Decades ago, the huge houses used to be owned by people who made things and had a real role in society and manufacturing; now they're just owned by hedge-fund guys. – With all of the technological advances now occurring, this is an amazing time to be alive. – Agora exists as a marketplace to collect together everyone's questions and answers about investing because no one knows who's going to have the right answer. – For more information, head to www.AgoraFinancial.com or for an entertaining read, check out www.DailyReckoning.com Tweetables We spent 200,000 developing our sentiments and our bodies as humans, but now we're so unequipped to deal with quantitative easing. Empires get to impose their currency, but over time, they lose that ability – the dollar could seriously fall. Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Free Class: Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else: http://JasonHartman.com/Fund CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free Course: https://www.jasonhartman.com/deals Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com
The pandemic caused many to rethink our relationship to work. But how did that relationship develop in the first place? Sean Illing talks with George Blaustein, professor of American Studies, about the legacy and influence of Max Weber, the German theorist whose best-known work is The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (1905) — which, Blaustein says, is often misunderstood. In the summer of 2020, George wrote an essay interpreting Weber's ideas on the psychology of work, the origins of capitalism, and the isolation of modernity — just as it looked like everything might change. Host: Sean Illing (@seanilling), host, The Gray Area Guest: George Blaustein (@blauwsteen), senior lecturer of American Studies and History, University of Amsterdam; editor, European Review of Books References: "Searching for Consolation in Max Weber's Work Ethic" by George Blaustein (The New Republic; July 2, 2020) The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism by Max Weber (1905; tr. by Talcott Parsons, 1930) The Vocation Lectures, by Max Weber: "Science as a Vocation" (1917) & "Politics as a Vocation" (1919). Published together as Charisma and Disenchantment: The Vocation Lectures (NYRB, 2020; translated by Damion Searls) Institutes of the Christian Religion by John Calvin (1536) Der Amerikamüde by Nikolaus Lenau (1855) The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels (1848) Bullshit Jobs: A Theory by David Graeber (Simon & Schuster; 2018) "Bullshit jobs: why they exist and why you might have one" by Sean Illing (Vox; Nov. 9, 2019) Enjoyed this episode? Rate The Gray Area ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of The Gray Area. Subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Support The Gray Area by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts This episode was made by: Producer: Erikk Geannikis Engineer: Patrick Boyd Editorial Director, Vox Talk: A.M. Hall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As a parent, how would you respond when told that your young son had severe hearing loss along with other symptoms eliminating his quality of life? When Jeff Seitzer was younger, he thought he was struck with bad luck. He had encephalitis at age four leaving him with major residual effects. At ten years old he was in an accident that left him partially disabled and as a teenager was diagnosed with a congenital nerve disease that put him into leg braces. Did it stop there? No. His son was born with major internal organ defects and severe hearing loss and was tragically killed in an accident. Later in life, he began to see how responding to such life challenges helped him grow as a person. Hyperactivity from encephalitis prompted him to be very active, which made him prone to depression. The mental and physical disciplines I developed in response to encephalitis and the degenerative condition helped him not only achieve a lot personally and professionally but made him an effective caregiver for his son's special needs. As a caregiver and stay-at-home dad, Jeff learned how to put others' needs ahead of his own. Accounts of Jeff's on-the-job training as a caregiver and stay-at-home dad have appeared in the Omaha World-Herald, Adoptive Families Magazine, and many others. As an award-winning teacher, he has authored a number of books on law and philosophy and now teaches at Roosevelt and Loyola Universities. His interview is compelling, heart-warming (and heart-wrenching), and encouraging for anyone who has been a caregiver. "Our son Ethan and I shared a special moment just before he underwent emergency surgery as a newborn. Standing at his bedside, feeling helpless, I prattled on about some issue in German philosophy while he held one of my fingers tightly in his only free hand. When someone arrived to conduct a preoperative test on his heart, I stepped out for a moment but was called back almost immediately. Ethan had become so agitated, they could not continue. He calmed right down again when I placed my finger in his wee hand and resumed my monologue. At that moment, I felt like he had chosen me to take care of him. I will be forever grateful to him that in my hour of need, he chose me." Compassionate new memoir proves kids are our best teachers Stay-at-home dad shares the powerful story of how his special needs son changed his outlook on life – for the better A self-involved academic struggling to cope with his own neurological problems, Jeff could hardly take care of himself, let alone a child with special needs, when his son, Ethan, was born. But despite multiple surgeries, hospitalizations, serious breathing and swallowing problems, hearing loss, and a challenging social environment in his first months of life, Ethan thrived—all the while teaching Jeff to take things as they came. And eight years later, the arrival from China of adopted baby sister Penelope took Jeff's on-the-job training to a whole new level. Ethan's instinct for fun proved the perfect complement to Jeff's determination to live life fully. He died too young, but not before he, Penelope, and their mother, Janet, taught Jeff that the true path to happiness was putting other people's needs before his own—and living in the moment rather than trying to control it. “About coping, self-sacrifice, and loss, The Fun Master is a moving memoir by a father who was transformed by his love for his child” –Foreword Clarion Reviews
Humans are spiritual beings but unfortunately, because we are so influenced by external factors, many of us have become disconnected from our spiritual selves. This results in people making life and career choices that do not align with their core values or purpose, which is causing a great deal of suffering. Today's inspiring guest, Joseph Holt, is on a mission to help people make work (and life) decisions that allow them to live their lives in a way that is true to their core values, ideals and beliefs. Joe has held an amazingly diverse range of jobs throughout the course of his life, from gym teacher to Jesuit priest to stock broker to corporate attorney, to today where he is living out his calling as a professor at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business teaching spirituality, ethics, gender equity, and negotiations courses. In this episode, Joe delves into the 7 Recommended Practices for Being Your Spiritual Best Self at Work that he has developed, which include: Set yourself up for spiritual success Determine whether you need to see your current work differently or do different work Be alert for opportunities to be your spiritual best self Choose your work (and life) friends wisely Be as committed to your spiritual well-being as you are to your physical well-being Monitor your spiritual progress (or regress!) with special attention to impact Listen most of all to the quiet inner voice that guides you at your best. Joe shares that “Morality is the public face of your spirituality,” so tune in today to hear how you can strengthen the link between these two vitally important facets of your life and take new, enlivening steps to find long-lasting meaning and fulfillment in your work. Key Highlights From This Episode: • Introducing Joseph (Joe) Holt, former Jesuit priest and current professor at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business. [02:36] • The most common regret that people have at the end of their lives and how you can avoid being one of those people. [05:33] • Questions to ask yourself to set yourself up for spiritual success in the workplace. [15:12] • The value of learning to be at peace with not knowing exactly what you want to do with your life. [18:42] • Examples of how you can change your approach to your work to make it more meaningful to you. [21:18] • How your workplace can provide you with opportunities to be the best version of yourself. [24:45] • Why the people you surround yourself with are an influential part of your personal spiritual journey. [28:43] • The transformative power of incorporating spiritual practices (however this speaks to you) into your daily life. [36:25] • An exercise to strengthen the link between your morality (the way you conduct yourself in the world) and your spirituality (your belief system). [40:29] • How to connect with your inner voice. [48:33] For More Information: Joseph Holt on LinkedIn Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Bronnie Ware's book, The Top Five Regrets of the Dying The German poet, Rainer Maria Rilke William Deresiewicz's essay, Solitude and Leadership Resources from Joe It's not too late to take your professional life and leadership to the next level FAST! JOIN “THE MOST POWERFUL YOU” 8-WEEK COACHING AND TRAINING COURSE WITH KATHY! I'm thrilled to be offering a new Spring session of my 8-week coaching and training course The Most Powerful You which started May 10th (but we're happy to have you join us this week!)! In 8 powerhouse weeks together, I'll train all about the content of my book The Most Powerful You helping professional women address what I've seen are the 7 most damaging power and confidence gaps that block women from achieving their most exciting goals, and happiest highest potential and success. This includes imposter syndrome that impacts 75% of executive women today. The course offers: • 8 Weekly Zoom Coaching calls with me • 8 Video Training Modules • A Step-by-by process for boosting your Career, Confidence and Impact • Fantastic Additional Resources from over 30 of the nation's top experts • A Private Online Support Group for Members • And more Spots are very limited so sign up now at mostpowerfulyou.com. Register now and join us! I've delivered aspects of this training to over 50 organizations worldwide (including at a division of the United Nations) and participants have called it transformative and life-changing. I'm confident this course will move you forward fast. Hope to see you there! ———————- Calling all coaches! Do you run a coaching business that focuses on supporting professional women? If so, I've got some news. Right now, we've opened the enrollment window of my coach training program called The Amazing Career Coach Certification, which is a 17-week, hands-on training program that certifies female coaches in my proprietary 16-step career growth model, which is perfect for coaches who want a deeper dive into powerful, proven coaching frameworks, concepts, and skills that will help you become far more effective in working with women. And through the program, you'll get access to a powerful Small Business Acceleration program called The Rapid Growth Academy, delivered by my friend and colleague, award-winning business growth expert Matthew Pollard. Through Matthew's program, you'll be taught essential business and sales growth info that will help you grow your business success in the quickest way possible. In my view, there's nothing on the market like for coaches because it targets the two critical aspects of success: How to effectively support clients – who are mid- to high-level professional women – to rise, thrive and leverage their amazing talents and experience, and just as importantly, how to grow your own business to the next level. For more information, visit certification.amazingcareerproject.com and check out the details. Hope to work with you this Spring! ——————— Order Kathy's book The Most Powerful You today! In Australia and New Zealand, click here to order, elsewhere outside North America, click here, and in the UK, click here. If you enjoy the book, we'd so appreciate your giving the book a positive rating and review on Amazon! And check out Kathy's digital companion course The Most Powerful You, to help you close the 7 most damaging power gaps in the most effective way possible. Kathy's Power Gaps Survey, Support To Build Your LinkedIn Profile To Great Success & Other Free Resources Kathy's TEDx Talk, Time To Brave Up & Free Career Path Self-Assessment Kathy's Amazing Career Project video training course & 6 Dominant Action Styles Quiz ——————— Sponsor Highlight I'm thrilled that both Audible.com and Amazon Music are sponsors of Finding Brave! Take advantage of their great special offers and free trials today! Audible Offer Amazon Music Offer Quotes: “A lot of us are unduly influenced by outside messages, many of which are not helpful.” — Joe Holt [0:12:40] “When it comes to choosing work, am I choosing the work that is going to most engage and fulfill me or the work that is going most to impress others? Am I choosing the work that is going to be richest in meaning for me or the work that is going to pay the most?” — Joe Holt [0:16:31] “The German poet, Rainer Maria Rilke, wrote a collection of letters to a young poet he was mentoring — and his advice was, ‘Be patient toward everything unresolved in your heart and learn to love the questions themselves.'” — Joe Holt [0:19:21] “Questions are your friend, questions are an ally. They're going to lead you to the place where you need to be.” — Joe Holt [0:20:02] “The best friends we have in life encourage us to be our best selves.” — Joe Holt [0:28:43] “When it comes to choosing what work you do or what friendships you're in, have you planted yourself in a garden in which you can blossom to full growth?” — Joe Holt [0:32:17] Watch our Finding Brave episodes on YouTube! Don't forget – you can experience each Finding Brave episode in both audio and video formats! 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NOCTURNAL TRANSMISSIONS : short horror story podcast
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Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend
Do you enjoy the shamelessly fringe? How about this podcast? We want to hear your voice in all it's weirdo glory! Go to ratethispodcast.com/openloopsWhat secrets does Penny Bradley hold as a secret space program and black ops whistleblower? Prepare for an unforgettable conversation that will change your perspective on the Grand Conspiracy and uncover the truth behind her time as a Super Soldier. We discuss everything from the CIA archivist who verified her story to her memories of destroying entire planets, and go so far as to delve into the impact of advanced technology and space programs on our world.IE. You think you wanna go to Secret Space Camp. Trust us, you DON'T WANNA GO TO SECRET SPACE CAMP. Learn how Penny utilizes self-hypnosis to access her memories and navigate the complex world of government mind control, exploitation, and ancient bloodlines. Discover the dark secrets of the elite, including the ruling family of Eurasia that dates back 5,000 years. Penny shares her unique insights into regeneration tanks, the implants, and the spider-like creatures of Mars (no, no don't get confused. This isn't the doctors office for the Real Housewives....different implants, literal spider-like creatures). Finally, we tackle the implications of the proliferation of AI and the potential dangers it poses to humanity...cause that's all the rage on TikTok these days, right? Join us for this eye-opening and thought-provoking episode that explores the power of storytelling and the potential of advanced technologies to shape our future. (0:00:15) - Secret Space Program Whistleblower Penny Bradley(0:12:01) - Cover Memories and the Truth(0:29:57) - Government Mind Control and Exploitation(0:44:06) - Bloodlines, Abductions, and Elite Control(0:57:57) - Dark Secrets of the Elite(1:13:55) - Navigating Shamanism and ET Lore(1:32:08) - Dangers of AI, Protecting Human NatureAnd who doesn't love listening to a good 'ole Germans floating in space story?Penny's Links:Patreon.com/user/posts?u=15523662https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100060451544465https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkr7_5XXXVIw-NkDRIH5AnQhttps://twitter.com/Penniwinklhttps://odysee.com/@NachtWaffenPilot:e?fbclid=IwAR16tuCP5wrN4UE7hJJpSIxaKb5JJeHjX8kD_cZ2gTQvHA3R6JsMYNYugqs
Journalist and author Ian Penman joins Brian C. Anderson to discuss his new book Fassbinder Thousands of Mirrors, which explores the work of German filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
Women Your Mother Warned You About
Sometimes when we find ourselves not fitting into the environment or industry we are trying belong to, is the precise time that we break the mold and inject new and fresh ideas into the existing system. This is what happened when today's guest, Natalie Tincher, Style Strategist and Founder of BU Style, went from a small town in Indiana to New York City to break into the fashion world. She explains what happened next and how not falling in line changed her entire trajectory. She and Gina cover a wide range of topics including discovering your style personality, dressing to project an image to certain audiences, how your style is a powerful marketing tool and even extending to your business' brand, as it helps to evoke aspirational feelings and intrigue. Natalie goes into detail on starting her business as a 26-year-old with no experience in selling, pricing, or retention. After steadily gaining successes, she shares the move she made that changed everything and elevated her to a different level. She shares how her company continues to evolve around marketing, SEO, her podcast, creating funnels, different revenue streams, and breaking out into new areas like business clients and speaking engagements. Find more about Natalie and BU Style Listen to the Wear Who You Are Podcast Level up with Sales Gravy & Sales Gravy University More about Gina Engagement Expert – Speaker – Sales Trainer – Entrepreneur – Improv Comic Gina is a Master Sales Trainer for Jeb Blount's Sales Gravy who combines street smarts and improv comedy skills with her experience in the corporate and entrepreneurial worlds, which sets her apart from her competition. “Sass without too much crass” is how Gina Trimarco describes herself. A high energy entrepreneur, engager, speaker, trainer, improv comedienne and podcast producer, Gina credits most of her success on her upbringing by her Italian mobster dad and German immigrant mother. Prior to joining Sales Gravy, Gina founded and operated Carolina Improv Company, an improv comedy school and theater, in addition to Pivot10 Results, a sales training company. Thanks to this podcast, Gina was able to “stalk” her business role model Jeb Blount and convince him to hire her … and sponsor this podcast!
This week we will look at one of the great mysteries of German medieval history, how Lübeck could become the second largest City in the Holy Roman empire within just 100 years from its foundation. Lübeck lies on a small river, the Trave that goes into a small Sea, the Baltic. Not only is the Baltic comparatively small, the peoples who live on its shores are no slouches. They have been famed for travelling as far south as Constantinople and as far north as Greenland for centuries. So how did the future capital of the Hanseatic League manage to grow so fast? We will go through the different theories and maybe we can find out…The music for the show is Flute Sonata in E-flat major, H.545 by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach (or some claim it as BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach) performed and arranged by Michel Rondeau under Common Creative Licence 3.0.As always:Homepage with maps, photos, transcripts and blog: www.historyofthegermans.comFacebook: @HOTGPod Twitter: @germanshistoryInstagram: history_of_the_germansReddit: u/historyofthegermansPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/Historyofthegermans
Den ersten Teil unseres Programms starten wir mit dem Rückblick auf einige Schlagzeilen dieser Woche. Zuerst sprechen wir über den bemerkenswerten wirtschaftlichen Erfolg, der durch Europas Beschluss gemeinsam auf der Gaseinkaufsplattform einzukaufen zu verzeichnen ist. Ziel ist, die Preise zu senken. Als nächstes schauen wir auf das Treffen, das am Samstag zwischen Präsident Wolodymyr Selenskyj und Papst Franziskus stattgefunden hat. Und dann besprechen wir im wissenschaftlichen Teil unseres Programms den kürzlich erstellten Bericht, der von einem experimentellen medizinischen Verfahren in Großbritannien berichtet. Durch die dort geleistete Pionierarbeit ist es nun möglich ein Baby mit der DNA von drei Menschen zu zeugen. Und zum Schluss blicken wir auf das am Samstag in Liverpool, UK durchgeführte Finale des 67. Eurovision Song Contest. Machen wir mit dem zweiten Teil unseres Programms weiter, “Trending in Germany” . Wir äußern uns zu der Bekanntmachung der nigerianischen Regierung, dass alle aus Deutschland zurückkehrenden Benin-Bronzen in den Privatbesitz des jeweiligen Oberhauptes der königlichen Familie gelangen werden. Wir werden auch über den FC Bayern sprechen, der erneut Deutscher Meister werden könnte. EU Energiepolitik trägt zu Europas wirtschaftlichem Wachstum bei Präsident Selenskyj trifft Papst Franziskus Erste Babys mit Erbgut (DNA) von drei Menschen in Großbritannien geboren Großbritannien springt anstelle der Ukraine als Gastgeber des Eurovision Wettbewerbs 2023 ein Aufschrei um Rückgabe der Benin-Bronzen Beim Fußball nichts Neues
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The MetamorphosisThe Metamorphosis Full Book IntroductionThe Metamorphosis is a novel written by Franz Kafka about a man named Gregor who wakes up one day only to find that he has been transformed into a giant beetle. The novel follows Gregor as he navigates his new life and the challenges it presents while also exploring themes of isolation and alienation. Author : Franz KafkaFranz Kafka was a German-speaking Jewish novelist and short story writer. Born in Prague in 1883, Kafka is widely considered one of the major figures of 20th century literature. His works, grappling with feelings of inadequacy, guilt, and alienation, have been interpreted as representation of the anxieties and struggles in modern life. Overview | Chapter 1Hi, welcome to Bookey. Today we will unlock the book The Metamorphosis. Are you looking for a unique and thought provoking read? Look no further than The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka. This classic novel tells the story of Gregor Samsa, a man who wakes up one morning to find that he has been transformed into a giant insect. Doesn't that sound ridiculous？ So why wait? Get your hands on a bookey of The Metamorphosis today and embark on a journey of self discovery and contemplation. Trust us, and you won't be disappointed. The Metamorphosis is a novella by Franz Kafka written in 1915. As one of the major figures of 20th century literature, Kafka was born in Prague in 1883 and wrote primarily in German, although his work has been translated into many languages. He is known for his distinctive style, which combines elements of realism, absurdity, and surrealism to explore themes of isolation, powerlessness, and the search for meaning in modern, industrialized society. The Metamorphosis, the book we are going to learn today, is one of his most typical works and has a profound influence on the development of modern fiction. Now, let's together explore its charm. It follows the story of Gregor Samsa, a poor travelling salesman who wakes up one morning to find himself transformed into an insect. As a beetle, he cannot take care of his whole families as before. In other words, he has become a burden for the Gregor's family. Latter, his families decide to isolate and neglect him, which lead to his death. The Metamorphosis is a powerful exploration into themes of alienation and acceptance, with implications for readers still relevant today and has inspired many to think more deeply about our place in the world. The author of The Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka, was a Czech born writer who is widely considered one of the major figures of 20th century literature. Kafka was born in Prague in 1883 and wrote primarily in German, although his work has been translated into many languages. He is known for his distinctive style, which combines elements of realism, absurdity, and surrealism to explore themes of isolation, powerlessness, and the search for meaning in modern, industrialized society. Kafka's most famous works include The Metamorphosis, The Trial, and The Castle, all of which are considered classic works of literature and have had a profound influence on the development of modern fiction. On the one hand, The Metamorphosis has had a significant impact on literature and cultural studies. It is often considered a classic of modernist literature, and it has inspired many other works of fiction, including The Fly and The Incredible Hulk. The book has also been interpreted as a commentary on the industrialization and modernization of society, as well as a metaphor for the experiences of Jews in Eastern Europe during Kafka's lifetime. On the other hand, The...
Pint Talking with The Brewer of Seville
In this episode Bob and I head back to Germany to drink one of our favorite styles, the Schwarzbier. Sometimes called black lagers (the name literally means black beer), they may remind some of German-style dunkels, but Schwarzbiers are drier, darker and more roast-oriented. These very dark brown to black beers have a surprisingly pale-colored foam head (not excessively brown) with good cling quality. They have a mild roasted malt character without the associated bitterness. Malt flavor and aroma is at low to medium levels of sweetness. Style examples: 1. Samuel Adams – Black Lager 2. Weeping Radish - Black Radish Dark Lager 3. Kostritzer – Schwarzbier ABV: 4.4-5.4%% IBUs: 20-35 Color: 19-30 Serving Temp: 40-45 Beer Representation: Mast Head Brewing Company – Svartalfheim Schwarzbier 5.3% and N/A IBUs Beer Description: Sometimes called black lagers (the name literally means black beer), they may remind some of German-style dunkels, but Schwarzbiers are drier, darker and more roast-oriented. These very dark brown to black beers have a surprisingly pale-colored foam head (not excessively brown) with good cling quality. They have a mild roasted malt character without the associated bitterness. Malt flavor and aroma is at low to medium levels of sweetness. Support the show by doing your Amazon shopping through our affiliate link. Just click the link here or on my website and do your shopping as you would normally. With every purchase you make using the link the podcast gets a little commission kick back. https://www.amazon.com?&linkCode=ll2&tag=thebrewerof0f-20&linkId=508b80c5f61935cee690c0e883386653&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl Please consider becoming a member of the Pint Club by visiting my Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/PintTalkingPintClub There are four tier levels and when you join the Pint Club you will get an opportunity to win a six pack of Ohio beer that is shipped by Rivalry Brews https://rivalrybrews.com/. You will also get a few coupon codes, a Pint Talking Sticker, and you'll also get the early released ad free version of this show. Don't forget to visit my website at https://www.thebrewerofseville.com/ to catch up on old episodes and visit the newly renovated BOS swag store. I have added several new colors and styles of Tees and Hoodies. Make sure you check out our friends at Wrecking Crew Brew Works on the web at https://www.wreckingcrewbrewworks.com/ and follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Wreckingcrewbrewworks and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/wreckingcrewbrewworks Check out our other sponsors: North East Ohio Craft Brewery News – Check out one of the best sources for craft beer news in Northeast Ohio. You can also find them on Facebook at @ NEOCBN. https://neocraftbrewerynews.com/?fbclid=IwAR1W2i4nKp2fCO0jpQEnZE0ekO8oRYRbK8u6hI16wek8T2CGUvWntZ_FWKo Join the American Homebrewers Association and get access to hundreds of award-winning recipes as well as countless informative articles. Follow this link and use the code PintTalking for $5 off your membership. https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/support-the-aha/?promo=the-Brewer-of-Seville. Shirts on Tap at https://shirtsontap.com/ and use the code rq7szr For $10 off your first order.
Rayyan Karim: Agile Transformation at scale, just-in-time training and other tips for success Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, Rayyan discusses his experience with implementing change in large-scale organizations. He shares the steps he learned from previous experiments in other parts of the organization. These steps include hands-on immersive sessions focused on real work, just-in-time training, and defining success with OKRs. The first step in the process is evaluating the flow of demand through the organization with a systems thinking mindset. Rayyan recommends training people in byte-sized bits at the time they need it, using design thinking, and taking an MVP first approach. To disseminate this knowledge throughout the organization, they put together a roadshow with 15-minute interactive byte-sized trainings for each of the topics. Rayyan emphasizes the importance of practicing explaining things until it comes out naturally and concisely, relating the learning to the environment, and focusing on interaction to enable people to learn on their own as a group. [IMAGE HERE] As Scrum Master we work with change continuously! Do you have your own change framework that provides the guidance, and queues you need when working with change? The Lean Change Management framework is a fully defined, lean-startup inspired change framework that can be used as the backbone of any change process! You can buy Lean Change Management the book at Amazon. Also available in French, Spanish, German and Portuguese. About Rayyan Karim Rayyan is and Agile Coach & Trainer and the founder of Design Your Future with presence in the UK and the UAE. Rayyan is known for supporting leading executives of FTSE100 and NASDAQ corporations to create transformational results quickly. You can link with Rayyan Karim on LinkedIn and connect with Rayyan Karim on Twitter.
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MERZCAST - The Merzbow podcast
Continuing with our look at classic albums of the past, we enter a world that is very close to Greh's heart. Haus Arafna's "Children of God" is a unique record in their own lane of industrial. Self-called "angst pop," we get into the structured noise of this long running German project. Tune in for some electronic terrorism. For the ExtraNoisextra segment on the patreon, we discuss the Galakthorrö label and why it is a standout among labels of a similar ilk.
In the early hours of 17 May 1943 a bold World War II attack destroyed two dams in the Ruhr Valley in Germany's industrial heartland, causing 1,600 casualties and catastrophic flooding which hampered the German war effort. The dams were highly protected but 617 Squadron of the Royal Air Force had a new weapon – the bouncing bomb. Invented by Barnes Wallis, the weapon was designed to skip over the dams' defences and explode against the sides. The Dambusters mission was a huge propaganda success for Britain and later inspired a famous film. In 2013, Simon Watts spoke to George "Johnny" Johnson, the last survivor of the Dambusters squadron. (Photo: Squadron Leader George "Johnny" Johnson. Credit: Leon Neal via Getty Images)
Donald Banks enlisted through the Draft Board to join the U.S. Army and then jumped at the chance to serve in the 82nd Airborne Division. After very difficult paratrooper training, Banks soon found himself jumping into Normandy on D-Day and later fighting in the Netherlands as part of Operation Market Garden and at the Battle of the Bulge.In this edition, Banks shares some of his memories of serving in Normandy but confesses he cannot discuss much of what he did there because "it's too gruesome." But he also takes with him into intensity of combat in Nijmegen and how he was wounded there. Banks also describes being rushed to the front lines in response to the surprise German offensive known at the Battle of the Bulge, and what it was like to battle the enemy and the bitter cold there.
I discuss the jays Yankees rivalry heating up to a boiling point where the slightest incident will result in drama plus German is a moron again with the sticky stuff and a lot more
A doppelganger is a mysterious, exact double of a living person. It's a German word that literally translates to "double walker" or "double goer". A doppelganger isn't someone who just resembles you, but is an exact double, right down to the way you walk, act, talk, and dress. Hear a legend about doppelgangers in this episode.
最近，应一个法国朋友的邀请，我去了斯特拉斯堡（Strasbourg），体会了阿尔萨斯地区的风土人情。同时，我也想起，中学的语文课上，我读过一篇文章，叫《最后一课》，讲的就是发生在阿尔萨斯的故事。普法战争期间，有一天，一个叫弗朗斯的男孩得知今天是他最后一节法语课。从明天开始，阿尔萨斯的学校都要教德语... … Recently, I was invited by a French friend to Strasbourg, France, and experienced the rich Alsacien culture. Meanwhile, I remembered that when I was in middle school, I read in my Chinese class a novel titled "La Dernière Classe" (The Last Class) by Alfonse Daudet, a story which happened in the region of Alsace. One day during the Prussian-Franco War, a boy named Franz was told that this would be his last French class. From the next day on, German would be taught in all schools… … ◉《最后一课》的完整中文翻译 ◉ Read transcripts for free ◉ Quizlet flashcards ◉ Become a Patron ◉ Our new merch store! ◉ Find us on YouTube ◉ We are on LinkedIn ◉ We are on Facebook ◉ Find a Chinese teacher on italki and receive $10 ◉ One-time Donate
Jutland is boiling up to a climax with the Clash of the Dreadnoughts as Scheer's High Seas Fleet runs straight into Jellicoe's Grand Fleet. But will Jellicoe be able to deploy in time? The tension is excruciating - as are Gary's German accents! Presenters: Peter Hart and Gary BainPublisher: Mat McLachlanProducer: Jess StebnickiBecome a member to listen ad-free and receive special bonus content for only £2 per month: https://plus.acast.com/s/pete-and-garys-military-historySupport the show with a one-off contribution: www.buymeacoffee.com/pgmhFind out everything Pete and Gary are doing at https://linktr.ee/pgmhFor more great history content, visit www.LivingHistoryTV.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/c/LivingHistoryTVTo walk in the footsteps of the soldiers of the First and Second World Wars, join one of our battlefield tours! Full details at www.battlefields.com.au Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/pete-and-garys-military-history. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
German was caught with sticky stuff again, Judge hits a big home run and the Mets lose with Verlander on the mound at home. Plus, a great edition of Would Ya Wednesday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Beginning in 1940 thousands of German children were evacuated to camps in the countryside to avoid the bombs of World War Two. These camps were seen as safe places where they could continue their education but also where Nazi beliefs could be taught. Alex Collins has listened to archive recordings from "Haus der Geschichte der Bundersrepublik Deutschland" in Bonn one of Germany's national history museums and hears the stories of former camp residents Gunter Stoppa and Klaus Reimer. You may find some of the contents distressing. (Photo: German children being evacuated to Prussia. Credit: Getty Images)