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The Investigation Thyroid issues can be so frustrating because often doctors will say there is nothing to be done other than taking medication. We talk a lot about hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's Disease (an autoimmune disease that attacks the thyroid resulting in not enough thyroid hormone) but there is another side to thyroid issues. It is also possible for there to be too much thyroid hormone being produced. This is called hyperthyroidism and the autoimmune disease that can cause this is Graves' Disease. But it is also possible for those with Hashimoto's disease to experience periods of hyperthyroidism - which just adds to the thyroid mystery. In this episode of Health Mysteries Solved, we're exploring hyperthyroid symptoms in Graves' as well as in Hashimoto's. To help with this discussion, I invited fellow clinical nutritionist, Juli Keene, on the show. She's based in Los Angeles and has been in practice for over 25 years often helping professional athletes and high-functioning folks with complicated health issues. She's also a real expert on Graves' Disease. What is Graves' Disease? Graves' Disease is an autoimmune disease affecting the thyroid. What's happening with Graves' is that there is an immune attack and antibodies get created. These antibodies attack the thyroid and stimulate the hormone receptors. This results in an overproduction of thyroid hormones and a hyperactive thyroid. It can be very dangerous to have too much thyroid hormone and needs to be addressed right away. The Difference Between Graves' Disease and Hashimoto's Disease With Hashimoto's, the immune system is attacking the thyroid resulting in reduced hormone production (hypothyroidism) and with Graves' it's the opposite. However, the nuances between the two autoimmune diseases are more complex, especially if you have Hashimoto's. With Graves', the levels continuously escalate. However, with Hashimoto's, there can be flare ups that present like Graves' where the thyroid swings from not producing enough to overproducing. So, someone with Hashimoto's might have a flare up and suddenly have hyperthyroid symptoms. It's also worth noting that someone with Hashimoto's can also have Graves' disease too (although it's not common). It's all in how and when the immune system produces the different antibodies and how these antibodies succeed in destroying the thyroid. Symptoms of Graves' Disease Unlike the symptom of Hashimoto's where people feel sluggish (when not in a flareup that is), people with Graves' might report feeling great. They have lots of energy, their weight is good, and they are often in a good mood. But soon, this can slide into feelings of anxiety, sometimes a sense of feeling manic, and even experiencing heart palpitations. Soon, they may also swing into weight loss, and brain fog. With Graves', the symptoms can go up and down but generally progress. The most common symptoms include: Irregular & rapid heartbeat Heart palpitations Hand and finger tremors Anxiety and irritability Unexplained weight loss paired with insatiable hunger Heat sensitivity (sweating and hot flashes) Muscle weakness Hair loss. Visibly enlarged thyroid gland (sometimes it can develop into a goiter) Menstrual cycle irregularities Low or no sex drive Diarrhea or IBS Insomnia Decreased bone density and low calcium levels Diagnosing Graves' Disease Graves' disease can be diagnosed with a blood test. Generally, this includes a full thyroid panel and TSI Antibodies. If you are talking with a conventional doctor because you have symptoms that might indicate Graves' it's important to ask for the full thyroid panel and look specifically at the TSI antibodies. Conventional Treatment for Graves' Disease Graves' is a dangerous condition. Doctors usually put the patient on thyroid suppressing hormone medication. They may also add a beta blocker to slow down heart palpitations. Many conventional doctors will also recommend a treatment that destroys the thyroid and requires the patient to be on thyroid replacement medication after the procedure to have a better handle on thyroid hormone levels. Contributing Factors to Graves' Disease From An Integrative Perspective As mentioned, Graves' disease or symptoms and labs that suggest Graves' need to be taken seriously. Ideally, you would see an endocrinologist as well as an integrative doctor or nutritionist who understands Graves' and can look at some of the underlying issues that conventional doctors may miss that could be contributing to the severity of your condition. Potential contributing factors could include: Infections or viruses (like H. Pylori or Epstein Barr) Gut pathogens (yeast, SIBO) Intestinal permeability (leaky gut) Stress Environmental toxin exposure like mold, mercury, glyphosate, and copper. Hormonal shifts You may be noticing that many of these potential contributing factors are very similar to the ones we speak about in Hashimoto's triggers because the issue here is the immune system that is confused. Integrative Support for Graves' Disease Some integrative doctors will recommend supplements aimed at supporting the slowing down of the thyroid. They may also recommend supplements to reduce the risk of worsening health issues caused by the symptoms of Graves' disease like depleted calcium. In addition, testing for and supporting underlying issues may reduce Graves' symptoms. Juli shared an example of a patient who was taking excessive amounts of spirulina believing increased amounts of a health product would result in increased health benefits. Instead, the high doses of spirulina resulted in an overload of iodine which even further increased thyroid function. This is why it's important to look at the whole picture. Additionally, patients typically see that dealing with dysbiosis, adrenal imbalances, H. Pylori infections, or removing toxins from their day to day environment reduce their symptoms and help calm the immune response. These are positive steps to take and getting to the root cause of what is creating the immune response my be able to reduce the chances that the thyroid will need to be removed or destroyed. These options however should be considered with the guidance of an endocrinologist and (ideally) also a functional medicine doctor. Testing for Triggers and Contributing Issues Finding what may have triggered a symptom or lead to Graves' disease can be a real health mystery. Juli likes to test for viruses when she is on the hunt for a root cause. She will run a variety of tests looking for antibodies to see if there is an active virus. This viral panel will also reveal if Epstein Barr Virus might be at play. Treating Triggers and Potential Root Causes of Graves' Disease Treating triggers and dealing with potential root causes may require a combination of integrative health and conventional medicine solutions. For example, Juli explains that antiviral medication sometimes just works faster including valacyclovir and acyclovir. Additionally, correcting any mineral deficiencies or excesses can be very helpful in decreasing symptoms and supporting the immune system. Having said that, Graves' is not the kind of disease where you can get symptoms under control and just forget about it. It's important to regularly test your thyroid levels as well as monitor other contributing factors (viruses, gut health, mineral levels, etc) and watch for triggers like toxins, foods, and stress. Mystery Solved In this episode, we reveal that there are definitely things that can be done for Graves' disease. Just like Hashimoto's, it's all about supporting the immune system to balance the thyroid. It's also important to be informed when you are discussing lab reports that point to overactive thyroid. You will want to make sure to determine if it's Graves', a Hashimoto's flare up or a combination. Be sure to take action. A fast thyroid can cause many serious problems and should be addressed right away. Working with an endocrinologist is a good idea but, if possible, also work with a functional doctor or clinical nutritionist to explore possible lifestyle and nutrition options for supporting your immune system. Eliminating Health Mysteries If you know someone who is experiencing symptoms of hyperthyroidism, please share this podcast with them. It could be the missing piece of their health puzzle and may help them regain their health. 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Listen In: This Episode is the essential weight loss guide for SuccessHappy Holiday's (Thanksgiving 2021) This Episode is all about giving a little about your host today. Your Host Debbie Smith Torrence of The Auspicious Wellness Platform where we live , breath, eat and sleep natural wellness. Debbie Smith Torrence is the CEO and Founder of Auspicious Wellness Certified as a State, City, and Government Certified Supplier of Medical Supplies, Supplements, Micronutrients, and Executive Coaching as an accredited certified Life and Health Coach. Debbie is responsible for the professionally formulated formulation of micronutrient wellness products. THE JOURNEY After spending time in the ICU several times with an autoimmune disease, her adventure began with natural wellness nutrients for immune support. After researching she stumbled upon the science of epigenetics and began the process of part of her health regimen, leading to the Remission of Graves' Disease. Exploring deeper into the science she started her two-year journey to become an accredited life and health coach to understand plant-based nutrition of flavonoids to support immune health, which lead her to the science of cannabinoid molecules. This lead Debbie Smith down the road to product formulation and professional distribution business model in CBD products. With Co-Host Steve Wiltshire of The Body Temple. Steve Q. Wiltshire has made fitness, health & mindset a priority for 3 decades! Shortly after winning the Mr. Oregon Body Building contest, Steve developed an autoimmune disease that originated from a serious gutcomplication that almost ruined his health. Most everything Steve learned from experts and harsh chemicals in supplements compromised his gut health. 18 months after being diagnosed, Steve healed himself by following the philosophy and wellness practicestaught by the Hypocrites Clinic in Southern Florida. Through Steve's journey, he has developed a process that has led him to assisting thousands of people how toreclaim their health & power! Steve is a Keynote Speaker, Author and Mindset Coach and the founder of Body Temple Health & Wellness.Today Steve and I want to pour into you, we want to give you the springboard for wellness, and we could not have thought of a better time than now to make the lifestyle change of wellness with habit change and knowledge. Our gift to you today is the mindset for health and wellness remember every thing we do is cause and effect and todays episode is our gift to you in a bundle walking the walk and talking the talk. I just lost a tremendous amount of weight in 3 weeks, and we will get into in the showYour Resources From Today's ShowJoin The Auspicious Wellness Newsletter Platform Debbie Smith Torrence Energy Formulation For Energy Order Here Steve Wiltshire Complimentary 15 Day Kickstart Gut Detox Plan Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Auspicious1)
This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health and InsideTracker.Autoimmune disease is an extremely common and growing issue in our global population, affecting millions of people worldwide. Autoimmune diseases vary in symptoms and severity, but they all have one thing in common: the body is attacking itself. Typically, when someone has one autoimmune disease, it's likely they have more than one. Examples of autoimmune diseases are type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, colitis and Crohn's, Hashimoto's, and Graves'. In this episode, Dr. Hyman sits down with Dhru Purohit to discuss the five main root causes of autoimmune disease—toxins, allergens, microbes, diet, and stress—and the Functional Medicine approach to treating them. Dr. Hyman also answers several commonly-asked questions about autoimmunity.Dhru Purohit is a podcast host, serial entrepreneur, and investor in the health and wellness industry. His podcast, The Dhru Purohit Podcast, is a top 50 global health podcast with over 30+ million unique downloads. His interviews focus on the inner workings of the brain and the body and feature the brightest minds in wellness, medicine, and mindset.This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health and InsideTracker.Rupa Health is a place for Functional Medicine practitioners to access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, Great Plains, and more. Check out a free live demo with a Q&A or create an account here. If you're curious about getting your own health program dialed-in to your unique needs, check out InsideTracker and get 25% off here. In this episode, Dr. Hyman and Dhru discuss (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Five causes of autoimmune disease (0:30 / 1:00) Autoimmune disease: the single biggest threat (3:43 / 2:34) Using the Functional Medicine matrix to treat patients (4:52 / 5:26) The difference between conventional vs. Functional Medicine treatment (7:34 / 7:49)The tie between inflammation and autoimmune disease (13:03 / 13:32)How to start right now to heal yourself at home (16:48 / 17:18)Recommended supplements for autoimmune conditions (24:21 / 24:56) The importance of high-quality sleep (27:47 / 28:12) Questions from the community on allergies, alcohol consumption, celiac disease, and more (29:05 / 29:47) Diet, lifestyle, and supplement tips to start healing right now (35:10 / 35:33) Additional Resources:Sleep MasterClass | 10-Day Reset See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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There's an ancient legend that Mongolian Ruler Genghis Khan desired that no one ever know the location of his grave, so he sent an army of men to murder anyone who came in contact with the funeral procession. And it gets even more interesting than that! This episode explores the First Khan's funeral legend, other famous unknown grave sites and then we play with quick quiz with Comedian & Performer Matt Donnelly! Review this podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-internet-says-it-s-true/id1530853589 Bonus episodes and content available at http://Patreon.com/MichaelKent For 15% at SCOTTeVEST, visit http://scottevest.cwv7.net/a3VBZ
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Shirley Jackson - The Lottery - Her Most Famous Short Story! Hi, I'm Christy Shriver, and we're here to discuss books that have changed the world and have changed us. And I'm Garry Shriver and this is the How to love Lit Podcast. Today we are finishing up our series on Shirley Jackson. Last week we concluded our discussion of her most famous book, the one that inspired the Netflix series by the same name The Haunting of Hill House. Today we are going to read the short story that made her a household name, “The Lottery.” It has had its share of movie inspiration. Anyone who has seen the opening of The Hunger Games would not be shocked at the plot of “The Lottery.” It's inspired a bunch of other stories and movies besides that one; I think you mentioned the Stephen King one last week. I'm sure there are way more than that if we sat here and thought about it. True, and maybe I shouldn't have been, but I was actually surprised as to how scandalous this story was when it was first published. If we're talking solely about violence, by today's standards, it's mild. There is no blood or gore, it's definitely no Squid Games. I agree- and I believe that is why this story- so deceptively simple and relatively tame- is actually taught in the eight grade in many school systems. It's disturbing for reasons beyond the fact that someone is killed at the end- kiiling a main character is just par for the course in a standard English curriculum- in fact, that's the big joke among English teachers- we don't teach a story if we don't kill someone at the end. “The Lottery” reads and feels so simple. And it is…so why the sensation? Let's talk about the sensation, it's definitely worth noticing how big a stir it actually created. For starters, the story generated more negative letters and subscription cancellations than anything the New Yorker had ever published. Jackson herself received over 300 letters just the summer it was published. In her own words she said this, “I can count only 13 that spoke kindly to me.” I want to point out that her mother, the ever-inspiring Geraldine could be counted on for a comment. She wrote her daughter with this to say, “Dad and I did not care at all for your story…it does seem, dear, that this gloomy kind of story is what all you young people think about these days. Why don't you write something to cheer people up?” Dear Ole' Geraldine- at least she's consistent. But Jackson refused to explain the meaning of the story. She did once tell a journalist, “I suppose I hoped, by setting a particularly brutal rite in the present and in my own village, to shock the readers with a graphic demonstration of the pointless violence and general inhumanity of their own lives, but I gather that in some cases the mind just rebels. The number of people who expected Mrs. Hutchinson to win a Bendix washer at the end would amaze you.” Ha! Well, I don't know how pointless violence and general inhumanity could have surprised anyone in 1948 when it was published. That was right after world war 2, especially the United States, had to stare the reality in the face that we had stood by and turned a blind eye for almost a decade to the atrocities committed by Hitler, and there was no one more cultured or sophisticated than the German people. I guess that's true, but of course…for Americans that was always…over there…we, self-righteously could always claim we were not capable of such things... we after all were the victorious winners in that struggle between good and evil. And yet, Jackson's simple story does seem to be pointing an accusing finger at someone. Yes, I totally think it does, and I do want us to take a different direction than many people who read this story. At first pass, and this is how I've most often heard this story discussed, this is a story that rails against tradition, against not questioning authority, specifically religious authority, against patriarchy…all very easy things to attack and very common in the American canon. Well, not just in the arena of literature either. We've been attacking cultural norms in one form or another since American invented baseball as its own American sports ritual over the sport of the British Empire- football or better known here as soccer. HA! I guess that's true. We also have a way higher tolerance for gore than this story evokes- I mean we were comfortable with the headless horseman and the tell-tale heart. There was something personal about the Lottery that went beyond attacking traditions or killing an innocent victim. I also don't think many of us would cancel our subscription to our favorite media streaming service (which would be the modern day equivalent), or take the trouble to dig up someone's personal address and write them a personal letter if we did not feel personally attacked. “The Lottery” got under people's skins because it was personal. So, that's the question I want to ask? If this story is about pointless violence and general inhumanity, and if I'm offended because I feel personally accused, how? So, let's start- Christy, we talked about if we should read the entire story and then discuss it or if we should stop and start. We've decided to stop and start, but hopefully we won't stop and start too much to be confusing, but just enough to be helpful- a difficult balance to strike. True- Garry- we may fail, but let's give it a go. Let's start with the first three paragraphs and then we'll interrupt. Paragraphs 1-3 What are your thoughts? Well, the thing that strikes me here is tone. Look at the imagery and word choice- it's summer, there is fresh warmth- there are flowers blooming- there's not just grass there's richly green grass- this is the language of birth and beauty. There is also a deliberate attempt to characterize these people as organized and civilized- the lottery is annual, it takes less than two hours, they eat a noon dinner- the children don't gather, they assemble- assemble is a formal word. There is a reference to school. They are being instructed and civilized so to speak deliberately – the word “liberty” is thrown around here. And yet what are they doing, they are stuffing their pockets full of stones- even the very small children. They assemble as family units, the very bedrock of civilization across time and culture- they stand together- united- and for a purpose that is upsetting to no one. Let's read the next four paragraphs and learn about the culture and traditions of this place. Next four paragraphs One funny thing that Jackson does in this story is play around with names. The names are all carefully selected- look at who's conducting all of this, a man by the name of Summers- such a happy name associated with youth, strength, growth, life, all of it. But look at the other guy- Mr. Graves- he also is responsible for making up the slips of paper and putting the names in this black box. It's a pun- a grave is a place where we put a dead body. It also means serious- like if you are in grave danger. The black box one time spent a year in Mr. Graves barn, but that's not the only place it lives. He is not solely responsible for this black box. It's spent a year in the post office and also in a grocery store owned by Mr. Martin. Another thing that people have pointed to is all the possible symbolism in this story. It does seem that this box is a symbol, the three-legged stool is a symbol, the black mark is a symbol, even the stones are symbols. But for what? We should always annotate and follow the symbols, but I usually withhold judgement on what they mean until I've had time to think about the story as a whole. And we've got more names- a lot of names actually. One that showed up earlier, but we didn't address is name Delacroix- we're even told the correct pronunciation of this name- Dela-Croix- as in French for of the Cross Yep- except they mispronounce it- they don't say Delacroix like you're supposed to say it- they say delacroy- a corruption of the original. And that sets up for me another a pattern that I see as you read through all these traditions. Traditions are not fixed- like people think they are. No, They evolve like everything else on planet earth. We keep what we want and discard what we don't like. On my wall, I have a poster that says all behavior is goal- directed- and that goes for entire cultures as well. No matter what we say, our behaviors speak for us- and they are all goal-directed. This is true for traditions as well- be it religious, ethical, or civic. Jackson is very ambiguous about her relationship with religion here. I want to point out that this is not a religious ceremony, and she could have very easily and understandably made it one. Mr. Summers could have been Pastor Summers or Father Summers or Rabbi Summers, but he's not any of these, he's a businessman. I want to suggest what I think here about-that three legged stool- I do think it represents what holds up society in general- three aspects of societal authority or control- religious, civic and commercial- these three legs hold up the black box. They are working together, but none is running the show exclusively. Well, if we're going to guess at symbolism, I want to make a suggestion of my own. Oh-okay- what do you want to suggest? That black box. It's power, it's control. It's black because fear controls. It's dynamic in that it moves. It evolves over time, as power does. It's cloaked in secrecy, it hides behind tradition, but we see that that isn't necessarily true- they went from chips to paper when they wanted to. What they wanted to uphold was the black box of power. I also want to point out that somehow Jackson subtly connects her ritual with this black box and three-legged stool to the harvest, which I found to be a particularly interesting connection. It's a link to survival and it's at the heart of human existence. The ancient Athenians, the Aztecs, the Incans on this side of the world just to name a few, but many cultures have connected human sacrifice to crop fertility. In fact, and this may be a point of irony, if you just look across human history from the Egyptians to the Chinese, what we see is human sacrifice correlates directly with a rise in a more sophisticated culture and social stratification than the other way around, contrary to what Old Man Warner suggests. What do you mean by that? I mean that we can see, historically, as societies got more sophisticated and organized, we saw more and more links to human sacrifice. Well You're right That is counter-intuitive- you would think it would be just the opposite. Of course, closer to home, in the Judeo-Christian tradition, which is what Jackson was most familiar with and what is reflected most obviously in her story, there is a very deep tradition of sacrifice but not human. This story is not a direct attack on Christianity by the way, but there is a lot of Christian imagery here- not just with the name Delacroix or delacroy. There is also the connection with publicly sanctioned and even religiously sanctioned public stonings. This is a ritual we see in the Old Testaman of the Bible, and one we see Jesus referencing directly in the New Testament in the Bible. There is a particular story, one of the more famous stories in the New Testament from the 8th chapter of Saint John where a group of men want to stone a woman because they caught her in the act of adultery. They take her outside; they all gather stones and are ready to murder her when Jesus intervenes. He takes a stick and starts writing something in the sand which we are never told what they are, but he famously says, “He who is without sin cast the first stone.” The men slowly but surely as they read whatever he was writing, dropped their stones and went home. Of course, we don't know what he wrote, I like to think it was the names of their paramours, but that's just me enjoying the irony. The story ends with Jesus looking at the woman and asking where her accusers had gone because by that point there were none left. So, you see that story connecting here- Yep- I do. There are more Christian references too- Mrs. Adams, that's the name of the first man. There is an Eva- and then Old man Warner- his name isn't Biblical but there's a biblical connection. Again, back to Jesus in the New Testament. These Biblical references, btw, are not obscure- these are super-famous passages that every red-blooded American in 1950 would know. In the New Testament there's another story where a follower of Jesus asks Jesus how many times a person was responsible for forgiving another person- the follower offered a suggestion- he said, should we forgive a person seven times- something he finds to be generous- to which Jesus responded- you should forgive a person 70 times 7 – I think what is important about Old Man Warner is not his name but his age- and the link to this archetypal number. What's the connection- I don't think this story is talking about adultery or forgiveness, is it? Not directly, it's talking about values and core values and hypocrisy for sure- and we'll flesh it out when we get to the end, but what I want to point out- is that people have somehow found their value in surviving this tradition. Mr. Warner brags that he's survived 77 of these without getting picked- his importance comes from this. Warner also makes a claim that is literally a great example of a post hoc fallacy- an error in logic which you believe that just because something comes before something it means that thing necessarily causes it- he is literally saying that the harvest comes as a direct result of the lottery. He doesn't invoke any diety for believing this- he just throws it out there. He's resistant to change because he's validated by this social order. Well, I can see why lot's people think this story is about accepting things just because they have always been done. Warner clearly makes that argument. Of course, that's obvious and there- it's just not the heart of the story. I want to bring up one more name before we finish and get to the punch line. The name Tessie Hutchinson- if we look to history there is one Hutchinson woman who stands out- Anne Hutchinson- she showed up in chapter 1 of the Scarlet Letter too- btw- which has a connected theme to this story- but anyway- tell us who this person is- for those less familiar with early American history. Anne Hutchinson- we're going way back now- she was born in 1591- she was banished to the colony of Rhode Island after being excommunicated from Massachusetts bay colony for teaching among other things that women should read and be in leadership but mostly her teachings about the Bible were considered heretical. She ended up being murdered by Indians in 1643. It's a sad ending. She was definitely cast out of the group. So, let's finish reading the story, and see where we land with all these ideas swirling around in our heads. Finish the story Well, Mrs. Hutchinson doesn't win a Bendix washer. You know the psychologist Carl Jung, as you know I like his work, stated that even more or less civilized people remain inwardly primitive. We don't like thinking this, so we can justify with this “mass psyche”. The group becomes the hypnotic focus of fascination and we can allow ourselves to fall into some sort of spell.- that's the word he used. The group experience lowers the level of consciousness like the psyche of an animal so we don't have to take responsibility for our actions on an individual level. It's not a murder if it's a ritual. How could it be? It's sanctioned by the group. And yet, it is murder, isn't. And where I see all of Jackson's ambiguities emerge. Her story can be interpreted so many different ways. For one thing, no one sees any moral conflict. Any psychological explanation for that. I mean they do this every year. Talk aboou the Milgram experiment It's a nameless village, full of tradition, likely corruption, so civilized, so warm, the people were so nice to each other…all the way until Mrs. Delacroix picks up the largest stone she could find with which to pelt her good friend Mrs. Hutchinson. Jackson downplayed her story. In an essay she wrote about it she had this to say, “I had written the story three weeks before being published. The idea had come to me while I was pushing my daughter up the hill in her stroller- it was as I say, a warm morning, and the hill was steep, and beside my daughter, the stroller held the day's groceries- and perhaps the effort of that last fifty yards up the hill put an edge to the story, at any rate, I had the idea fairly clearly in my mind when I put my daughter in her playpen and the frozen vegetables in the refrigerator, and writing the story I foud that it went quicly and easily, moving from beginning to end without pause, I'll skip a little to we get to this line….it was just a story I wrote.” Except it wasn't. It was her lived experience in Bennington. Everyone was so nice to each other; centered on civic contribution, religion, family structure- and yet ready to pelt each other with the largest stone they could find, given the psychological pass to do so with impunity. And that's what made people angry. We are nice people, but we're not kind people. We are civilized, but we are not forgiving. We are religious but our religion has been molded not out of the old sacred texts, but out of the box of power that sits on that three legged stool of our conveniently created social structures remolded over the years as it goes from house to house. We are not good, we are what we always have been- ready not just to hurl that first stone, but ready to bring out children along, get them to fill up their pockets with stones, all on a beautiful summer day. Wow! That hurts. Well, we hope you enjoyed our discussion of one of America's most famous short stories. Next week, we will find the anecdote to such raw exposure to humanity through the writings of another American native son- Walt Whitman and selections from his wonderful masterpiece- Leaves of Grass. We hope you stick around to see what that great American has to say. 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Adrienne Graves, PhD, former CEO of Santen, opened this panel discussion by reiterating a sentiment expressed by surgeons, innovators, and investors: we're in the middle of a glaucoma renaissance. The release of new devices, instruments, and pharmaceuticals has led to improvements in surgical procedures and other treatment options that promise to improve the lives of glaucoma patients.For this week's discussion, originally recorded for the OIS Glaucoma Innovation Showcase, Dr. Graves corralled four ophthalmology leaders to discuss what's new and what's next in glaucoma innovation, how their companies stay resilient through the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, and more.A glimpse: Jay Katz, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Glaukos, shared the latest news on the iDose® TR sustained-release travoprost implant and the iStent Infinite, an investigational device designed to reduce IOP in open-angle glaucoma patients.New World Medical, which focuses on glaucoma surgical devices, has three products launched and two in the pipeline. Santen, developer of everything from drops to surgical solutions, is exploring new MOAs and preparing for Phase III clinical trials for PRESERFLO, a microshunt currently available in Europe and under FDA review. Allergan, part of AbbVie for a little over a year, has gotten DURYSTA, its biodegradable implant, into the hands of 2,000 physicians to date according to Ramin Valian.Listen to the full episode to hear the panel address the following:What would you like your company to focus on for glaucoma?How has COVID-19 affected your product development, marketing, and physician interactions?How are your companies part of the glaucoma solution?The podcast lineup includes:Adrienne Graves, PhD, former CEO of Santen (moderator)Jay Katz, MD, Chief Medical Officer, GlaukosBilal Khan, CEO of New World MedicalOmar Sadruddin, MD, Senior Medical Director of SantenRamin Valian, Vice President, Glaucoma, Surgical, Retina & Eye Care Portfolio-U.S., at Allergan, an AbbVie CompanyHit “Play” to Listen.
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Bem-vinda(o) ao 160º episódio do Regras do GURPS 4ª edição - Módulo Básico: Campanhas - Capítulo 14, um podcast produzido pelo RPG Next que faz a leitura e discute as regras dos livros do sistema de RPG em questão. Neste episódio, o assunto é: Lesões Enfermidades e Fadiga - Ferimentos Graves. Então coloque seu fone de ouvido e curta! Proposta: Introduzir o Módulo Básico (Personagens) de GURPS 4e. Referência Bibliográfica: GURPS 4 edição, Módulo Básico (Personagens) ← clique para comprar <br /> Agora você pode ter em casa a caneca do Klank, o velho guerreiro anão em sua casa. Confira a coleção completa dos personagens da Mina Perdida de Phandelver e corra para garantir a sua com valor promocional por tempo limitado: https://www.mundofan.com.br/caneca-klank. Damocles: O início ← clique para comprar Nossa parceira! Editora CHA - Livros e Sistemas Nacionais - https://editoracha.com.br/loja/ Veja ainda o Fórum do RPGNEXT! Lá você pode encontrar pessoas para conversar e trocar umas ideias sobre os mais diversos assuntos. Veja ainda o Bar da Barda SITE QUESTCAST: https://questcast.com.br/ Wilken Perez Edições de Podcast Com a participação de: Vinicius Watzl Heitor Fraga; Lucas Dressler (https://twitter.com/DresslerMinis) Anderson Lira Edição por: Wilken Perez Uma produção RPG Next. APOIE NOSSA CAUSA! Nossa Campanha do PADRIM está no AR! Acesse e veja nossas Metas e Recompensas para os patronos. padrim.com.br/rpgnext Se você preferir nos apoiar pelo PICPAY, acesse e veja nossas recompensas: picpay.me/rpgnext https://rpgnext.com.br/doadores/ COMPARTILHE! Se você gostou desse Podcast de RPG, então não se esqueça de compartilhar! Nosso site é https://rpgnext.com.br, Facebook RpgNextPage, Grupo do Facebook RPGNext Group, Twitter @RPG_Next, Canal do YouTube, Instagram @rpgnext, Vote no iTunes do Tarrasque na Bota e no iTunes do RPG Next Podcast com 5 estrelas para também ajudar na divulgação! DEIXE SEU FEEDBACK! Se quiser deixar seu feedback, nos envie um e-mail em firstname.lastname@example.org ou faça um comentário nesse post logo abaixo. Seu comentário é muito importante para a melhoria dos próximos episódios. Beleza? Muito obrigado pelo suporte, pessoal! Links para MÚSICAS e SFX sob a licença Creative Commons Freesounds.org – https://www.freesound.org/ Tabletop Audio – http://tabletopaudio.com/ Kevin MacLeod em Incompetech – http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free Scott Buckley em http://www.scottbuckley.com.au Contato Facebook / Twitter / Google+ / YouTube
Nestlemania and JC discuss... The WWE Releases. Who were the biggest shocks? Where do we think they will land? Eddie Kingston and CM Punk's segment... was there something Nestlemania and JC could do without? Survivor Series magically gets promoted and we still have no stakes. Do you care about this PPV? Does the KO/Big E/Rollins storyline have too much going on? Graves and Saxton getting their moments, Shotzi not being authentic, and Jimmy not bending the knee. We also give our Full Gear Predictions! Will this finally be Hangman's moment? Will there be any surprises? All this and much more this week on the Jobber Knocker! Check out the merch at www.TeePublic.com/Jobberknocker! Follow us on Twitter! @JobberKnocker @Nestlemania @JCoftheJK @TJoftheJK @RayRayoftheJK @JoePollock47 @DommyFeds33 @Danyfab @SSJPegasus Follow us on Facebook & Instagram @JobberKnocker! Visit Jobberknocker.com for some great wrestling articles! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jobberknocker/message
We are excited to bring you this episode of the #squarepizzapod. This week, Greg is in conversation with Dr. Monique Perry-Graves, Executive Director at Teach For America NC. Congratulations, on the new role! A fun fact about Dr. Perry-Graves: she worked as a corporate speechwriter before pursuing a career in higher education. In this episode you will learn: How she got the nickname "Master of Analogies" Becoming the Executive Director for TFA NCThe shift to a statewide strategy Specific goals for TFATeach For America recruits outstanding and diverse leaders to become TFA “corps members.” Corps members commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they're employed by local schools and confront both the challenges and joys of expanding opportunities for kids. Learn more about Teach For America NCSupport the show (http://Scherm.co)
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves joins us for this special edition of AgriTalk to discuss the recently passed infrastructure bill and benefits for rural America including better roads, bridges, and broadband internet. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Let’s begin today with two Patreon-fueled shout-outs. One person wants you to know "We keep each other safe. Get vaccinated, wear a mask, wash your hands, and keep your distance."And in another one, one Patreon supporter wants you to go out and read a local news story written by a local journalist. Whether it be the Daily Progress, Charlottesville Tomorrow, C-Ville Weekly, NBC29, CBS19, WINA, or some other place I’ve not mentioned - the community depends on a network of people writing about the community. Go learn about this place today!On today’s show:COVID update from Dr. Denise Bonds of the Blue Ridge Health District Charlottesville Council indicates support for Charlottesville Food Equity Initiative, but funding decisions will come in the months to come A quick look at commercial office space in the Charlottesville areaCharlottesville’s public housing agency is owed $52,000 in unpaid rent Two million for affordable housing projectsThe Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission is seeking applications from private, public, and nonprofit developers for projects to increase affordable housing stock throughout the region. The TJPDC received $2 million from the entity formerly known as the Virginia Housing Development Authority for the purpose of building actual units. The first step is for applicants to submit a proof of concept. “This proof of concept will be issued to collect key details about the proposed project, including number of proposed units to be constructed, partner development experience, and location of development,” reads the release. “The requested proof of concept will serve as a precursor to a more detailed formal project application.”The funding is part of a $40 million statewide initiative. Proposals are due on November 29 at 5 p.m. Visit the TJPDC’s website to learn more about the application.Sixth Street site planTomorrow, the city of Charlottesville will hold a site plan conference for the next public housing project to be redeveloped by the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Plans for 39-units at Sixth Street will be reviewed. The CRHA Board of Commissioners’ got an update on this topic at their meeting on October 25. Brandon Collins is now the redevelopment coordinator for CRHA. (read his report )“Resident-led planning continues and to update you all in case you don’t know, the plan is in the space along Monticello Avenue where the garden currently is we’re going to knock down six apartments on the end of the garden to get a little extra room and build an apartment building,” Collins said.Collins' redevelopment report for October states that a three-story building had been originally, but architects suggested a fourth story would make the project more competitive for Low Income Housing Tax Credits.“Residents seem to be generally in favor of that,” Collins said. “There’s a lot of process questions that we’re all going to work through to get a decision on that.”The site plan conference begins at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. (meeting info)Former Planning Commissioner Lisa Green resigned from the CRHA Board of Commissioners on October 5. No reason was given but Green had been on the Redevelopment Committee. Council is seeking applications to fill the vacancy as well as other open positions on boards and commissions. Take a look at the list on the Charlottesville City Hall website. At the CRHA meeting, Executive Director John Sales reported that some tenants owe tens of thousands in back rent. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development currently considers CRHA a “troubled” agency which requires additional scrutiny from the federal agency including increase inspections. “A big item that we should always discuss is the delinquency account for tenants,” Sales said. “We’re currently at $52,000. That is probably our biggest concern in terms of exiting out of troubled status. The $52,000 represents about a hundred tenants.”Sales said that represents about a third of public housing residents. He said there is a CRHA staff member working on rental assistance to help cover the back log and to find out what barriers are in place to paying the rent. Office space check-inThe Charlottesville office market had a vacancy rate of 4.9 percent in the second quarter of this year according to an analysis from Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer. That’s less than the same period in 2020, but below the forecasted amount. The report states that office space remains high in demand. “Absorbency in the market was down for the quarter but that is more a reflection of large new deliveries than lack of demand and remains net positive for the past 12 months,” reads the report. “In fact, 87 percent of the nearly 380,000 square feet of office space under construction is already pre-leased and since Q1 2020 there has been more space delivered than in prior decades.” The report states that rents continue to rise. The current average is $27.52 per square foot, a 55 percent increase over the 2015 average. Pinkston’s bountyElection results will come tomorrow. One final piece of information before the votes are tallied. Brian Pinkston’s campaign for one of two seats on City Council received a last-minute contribution of $3,000 on Monday from the Democratic Party of Charlottesville.COVID updateThe number of new COVID cases reported each day continues to decline. “If you look at the trend over the past couple of weeks here, a month or so, it’s really been on a downward trajectory indicating that we may be past the worst with regards to the Delta virus,” Bonds said.Today the Virginia Department of Health reports another 1,245 new cases today, and the Blue Ridge Health District reports 41 new cases. There have been 12 deaths reported in the district since October 25. Since Dr. Bonds last addressed Council, booster shots are now available for all of the three major vaccines. The Moderna booster is available for those over the age of 65 or those with some underlying condition or situation. “If you got [Johnson and Johnson] as your first one, it’s a little different,” Bonds said. “Anyone who got J&J as their first vaccine for COVID is eligible as long as you’re over the age of 18.”Bonds said anyone who got the J&J vaccine can also opt to switch to the Moderna or Pfizer as a booster. “Really the best person to talk to about this would be your physician,” Bonds said. “There are some reasons to think that mixing and matching may be beneficial. You get higher antibody levels with the rMNA boosters but there’s some evidence that if you get J&J it activates more of a different part of your system called T-cells.”Vaccines are available at the Community Vaccination Center at the former Big Lots in Seminole Square Shopping Center. Visit the Blue Ridge Health District website to learn more. Dr. Bonds said the district will have a limited quantity of Pfizer doses for children between 5 and 11 when they are available next week.“It’s going to one third of the amount that anyone 12 and over gets,” Dr. Bond said. Because there is a limited amount, the District is prioritizing shots for the most vulnerable children, working with school districts and pediatricians to identify those people and schedule shots. “There will be a small amount of vaccine that is available at our Community Vaccination Center,” Dr. Bonds said. “It is by appointment only and those vaccines.gov should be out and available by Friday of this week we believe.” In all, the District will get an initial distribution of 6,300 doses. You’re reading Charlottesville Community Engagement. In today’s second Patreon-fueled shout-out, Code for Charlottesville is seeking volunteers with tech, data, design, and research skills to work on community service projects. Founded in September 2019, Code for Charlottesville has worked on projects with the Legal Aid Justice Center, the Charlottesville Fire Department, and the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights. Visit codeforcville.org to learn about those projects. Dr. Denise Bonds spoke at the City Council meeting last night. The meeting was overseen by the two deputy city managers in the wake of the resignation of former City Manager Chip Boyles on October 12. That meant it was up to Sam Sanders to provide responses from previous comments for the public. Who maintains the mall side streets?“The first item was in regards to side street maintenance near the Downtown Mall and I did check in with staff in regards to who is responsible for maintaining those side streets and that is a function of Parks and Recreation,” Sanders said. “They have been short-staffed and struggling to keep up with everything that needs to be done is what I am hearing at this moment.”The second item dealt with a request to install a four-way stop on Rose Hill Drive at Burley Middle School, which is owned and operated by Albemarle County Public Schools.“There is a speed study underway and its in relation to the configuration that’s being proposed for Walker Upper Elementary, “ Sanders said. “Even though it is not the same impact area, they will be able to take a look at what is happening on Rose Hill Drive.”Sanders said the last study of the area around Burley dates back to 2004 and some traffic calming efforts were installed in the second half of the decade. He referred people interested in the topic to the city’s Traffic Calming Handbook as well as the petition to begin the process. Food Equity discussionThe main item last night was a report on Charlottesville’s Food Equity Initiative. The nonprofit group Cultivate Charlottesville has been the recipient of city funding for the past three years and seek additional money for years to come. They also want two percent of the meals tax to go a new Food Equity Fund.“We believe that food is a human right and we operate from that perspective that everyone, all Charlottesville residents, deserve access to fresh produce and high quality food,” said co-executive director Richard Morris.Morris said food equity is an outcome where all residents have access to food that meets nutritional and cultural needs. Earlier this year, Council was presented with a Food Equity Initiative Policy Platform which seeks to serve as a strategic plan to fund a variety of initiatives, and they’ve sought support for funding through an online petition. Much of this work is also finding its way into the draft Comprehensive Plan which Council will consider on November 15. One challenge is that the Urban Agricultural Collective has lost or soon will lose control of land it has used for community gardens. Land at the public housing site at Sixth Street SW is slated to be used for redevelopment. “The overall budget for the Food Justice Network has been about $400,000, $155,000 of what was the Food Equity Initiative contributed,” said co-director Jeanette Abi-Nader. “And you’ll note that the majority of the budget goes toward staffing.” The group is seeking a multiple year commitment, despite the fact that elected bodies in Virginia cannot appropriate money beyond the next fiscal year. The request comes outside of the budget cycle, as well as the Vibrant Communities process through which nonprofits apply for funding. That process used to be conducted jointly with Albemarle County. Mayor Nikuyah Walker praised the report submitted with the funding request, but had concerns. “If we are adding this as a three-year item, that the way other nonprofits have to compete for funding, I have some reservations there,” Walker said. Abi-Nader said Cultivate Charlottesville did not apply for Vibrant Community funds in the past two years because they had been funded by Council outside of that process. She explained how she thinks the current request is different. “We see the Vibrant Communities funds as really about programs that impact the community, like direct support programs and engagement, and this program is seen as a support for a function of city government,” Abi-Nader said. Walker noticed there have been several groups funded outside of the budget cycle and the Vibrant Community fund, such as the B.U.C.K. Squad and Peace and Streets.“I think our whole process needs to be reviewed and if there is a list of community partnerships that are doing the work the city thinks is essential that can’t be done without that partnership, then that needs to be a separate list from the Vibrant Communities but the way things are set up now, I don’t think it’s a fair process,” Walker said. Councilor Lloyd Snook appeared to agree that the resolution as presented was not appropriate. “Franky it appears to me to be an attempt to circumvent the budget process,” Snook said. Misty Graves, the interim director of the city’s Human Services Department, said the resolution came up because the initiative was a creature of City Council. “So I think that’s why it’s coming to back to City Council for whether or not it is a renewed commitment and if this is still a priority of City Council,” Graves said. Next year will be the fourth year of the initiative. The $155,000 will be built into the general fund budget that will be introduced by whoever will be City Manager early next March. The vote was 3 to 2 with Walker and Snook voting against and the resolution does not guarantee funding for FY23. The other request was for two percent of the meals tax proceeds to go to a Food Equity Fund. In Fiscal Year 2020, the city collected $12.6 million from the meals tax, which would have generated just over $250,000 for this purpose. (Charlottesville’s 2020 annual report) Abi-Nader said this fund would cover infrastructure to support food equity goals.“And by infrastructure, I mean that informally, not like literally always physical things, but infrastructure support for our city to move from a foodie city to a food equity city as an overall goal,” Abi-Nader said. “There are things that go beyond what an individual nonprofit can do.” One idea is a cooperative grocery store to be located near subsidized housing. Another is to build a new community garden in a section of Washington Park.“There’s space there to sight a quarter-acre park,” Morris said. “We’re talking about 10,000 square feet which from a growing perspective that’s a space that can grow a lot of food.”Councilors did not commit to the idea at this point in the budget cycle, but there was general support for the initiative. “For the record, I really support this group,” said Vice Mayor Sena Magill. “What they are doing is amazing work and it’s greatly needed work. I know I’ve been learning from them for the last three years now.” Another issue worth continuing to track into the future. Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. 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Tammy interviews Professor Kori A. Graves about her 2020 book on how Black Americans came to adopt Black Korean children during and after the Korean War. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at goodbye.substack.com/subscribe
This episode features winemaker Cabell Coursey of Coursey Graves in California. Originally from Atlanta, GA, Cabell talks about how he first cut his teeth in the vineyards and cellars of Burgundy, New Zealand, and Willamette Valley before establishing his California career making benchmark wines in the Napa and Russian River valleys. He talks about why he believes in wines that have a sense of place and how he strives to make wines with transparency, revealing not only the character of the vineyard and vintage, but also the history and potential of his craft. We discuss how his care and attention dedicated to each growing season transcends from the vineyard to the cellar. The Coursey Graves 40-acre estate is surrounded by the rugged terrain of Bennett Mountain with southwestern exposure and a volcanic soil composition of red clay, basalt boulders, and shattered rock. Even after two dozen harvests, Cabell recognizes how each one still shapes him as a vintner and winemaker. He also shares what he likes most about coming back to visit his family in Atlanta and how exciting it is to see the Southeast wine scene continue to evolve. Follow @courseygraves to see updates from their estate and learn more about their wine portfolio by visiting www.courseygraves.com. Recorded October 25, 2021 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acorkintheroad/support
It's the spookiest episode of all!! Thanks to our Patreon sponsor this week, Lou (aka Boo)! Phoenix Register: more news! We're on a hot streak! Earlier this month, a MuggleNet staff member attended a screening of Secrets of Dumbledore. (Don't worry, the main feed will be spoiler-free.) There is so much to unpack in the phrase "magical train person." Main Discussion: Ghosts! (Not the spooky kind. The psychological kind.) There are no actual ghosts in Fantastic Beasts. Just people haunted by trauma. Knowing what everyone is thinking about you in school would scare anyone. Pondering the ghosts of lost plotlines. Plot twist: Jacob's nana is alive?! Yusuf's Tinder profile: Seeking vengeance. Helene (and all of us tbh) want Graves back Newtcase: Ghosts! (Are you sensing a theme yet?) Can ghosts vote? The hosts share local ghost stories! Hear spooky tales from Minneapolis, Orlando, Owego, and Chicago! Podcast Question: Who would you like to see as a ghost in the Fantastic Beasts series? Theme Music: "Swing Has Swung," by Shane Ivers (https://www.silvermansound.com) Sound Effects: (https://www.FesliyanStudios.com)
In this rare Ross-less episode, Ian is joined by his brothers from Early Graves, Chris Brock and Dan Sneddon. They get into a mixtape of Sequels, Prequels, and Remakes: since there are so many horror sequels that are terrible, they direct you toward horror sequels you actually should see. They go DEEP into the genre: Dan and Chris are true horror heads and uncover some lost gems. Early Graves are playing their LAST SHOW EVER in December at the Decibel Magazine Metal and Beer Fest: Los Angeles. You should be there. Dan and Ian also play together in Kowloon Walled City, and their new record is out now. You can find out more here. If you want to hear more of this conversation, the extended version is available to patrons on all tiers at the Rigs of Dad Patreon page. They talk Dune, the horrific Alec Baldwin/Rust debacle, THE BATMAN trailer, and discuss the state of the horror movie in 2021. You can even take some deep dives with more of my guests, get some Patreon exclusive swag, and more by checking out the Rigs of Dad Patreon page OR just download the Patreon ap, search for Rigs of Dad, and you can support creators like me and so many more in the process! Ross's band Burial Waves is releasing their debut EP "Holy Ground" next month via Dark Operative, and you can pre-order that here. They have also released a new single called "Cinema Shame", which you can hear wherever you music. Head over to Age of Ruin's Instagram and dive into some of the best thrash I have ever heard. Big shout out to the homies at www.shearrevival.com as well... Take care of yourself. Look good, feel good. Treat your body and neighbors nose with love using Shear Revival! Use the code CLEANTONE10 to get 10% off your order!! Huge loves to the incredible Sacha Dunable. Check out www.dunableguitars.com if you need some real tone in your life. I also want to give a shoutout to Quantum Industries. These dudes are putting out true tanks of guitar cases. Check them out at BE SURE to enter ROD10 for a discount on your order!!! Much love to the fine folks at Custom District Pedalboards for allowing me to pack the heaviest tones on the lightest boards. Get yours over at www.customdistrictpedalboards.com
It's a Halloween extravaganza on this episode of the Is It Me? podcast! Farley talks horror movies (one classic, and one, well, not so much) and what not to do at a haunted house! Plus an all new Completely Insufferable Douchebags and commercials from the fine people at Bass Ackwards Industries! Listen, enjoy, and spread the word! I said SPREAD IT!!!
On September 8th and October 15th of 2021, I traveled to the Erie Cemetery in Erie PA. There are over 50,000 bodies buried on over 75 acres. There are currently over 100 burials a year here. The Erie Cemetery was established in 1851.There are headstones here dating back before 1850 which means these bodies were moved here from other graveyards. Inside the Erie Cemetery sits the Vampire Crypt, The Witches Circle and the Tombstone Eating Tree. Please checkout my Facebook link below to view the photos I've taken at the Erie Cemetery.https://www.facebook.com/GhostsValleyhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghosts-in-the-valley/id1468748177If you have a paranormal story you would like to share, contact:email@example.comCover Design by: Cheryl HeathTheme Music by: Energetic Music
Our Quadrology is over, which means it's time to return to our regularly scheduled, seemingly random, programming. This time Joe & Kendall take a crack at Superman: The Animated Series (STAS)! Turns out, this was another (unintentional) blind spot for Joe. Of course this is a Batman podcast (at least we say it is…), so we'll be discussing their first team up in the Timm-verse, World's Finest! This TV movie, with a meager runtime of ~66 minutes, is incredible. Joker/Lex “team up?” Check. Hamfisted but surprisingly satisfying romance between Bruce and Lois? Check. A sense of growth within our titular characters from working with each other? Check. If you've never watched this, Bat-Fanatics, stop reading and go do it. Seriously. We'll wait. Back? Great! Let's talk Batman & Superman! Episode Extravaganza: Superman the Animated Series S2: E16, 17, & 18 - World's Finest
Happy Halloween y'all! This week, while we're toiling over our bubbling cauldrons, we thought it'd be the perfect time to re-share this delicious interview with the one and only, Dallas' very own spoopy scream queen, May May Graves! Join us for this throwback episode from the before times and learn more about how this queen is truly one of the baddest of them all. Learn more at www.wtfemmepodcast.com Link to Show Notes: www.wtfemmepodcast.com/episodes Thank you to Stoke Coworking for helping make What The Femme!? Podcast possible: www.stokedenton.com Follow us on Twitch: www.twitch.tv/whatthefemmepodcast Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/wtfemmepodcast Follow The Gracious Mind on Twitch: www.twitch.tv/thegraciousmind This IS A Big Stink Production ©
De la Comisión Parlamentaria brasileña hablamos con Henrique Gomes Batista de "O Globo". Sobre el presidente del Perú, con el analista David Rivera del Águila. Y de la polémica alrededor del Premio Planeta, con la periodista española María Ramírez
Will Graves Of The AP was very critical on Twitter of anyone who lowered themself to talking about Tomlin and the college jobs, so we have him on to ask why. Will says he had no problem with the question being asked but says all of this talk is "crap" and it just "pissed" Mike Tomlin off. Will adds that he was going to ask Tomlin the question and Andrew asks him why he'd even need to ask it if he felt like it was a waste of time. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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It's Halloween week, which means it's time to talk to our old pal and Apocrypals co-host Benito Cereno about spooky movies, moral panics, being creeped out at churches, wigged-out squirrels and much more! Plus, Matt and Chris take a grip of listener questions!
We're back from a looooong slumber, to scare up three episodes just in time for Halloween! Join us for a spooky journey into some of the darker corners of The Twilight Zone, where we discuss such horrors as Supertramp album covers, the film White Christmas, and just how exactly the entire population of an old-west, frontier town has so much F.U. money to spend? We're talking about "The New Exhibit", "Mr. Garrity and the Graves" and "The Masks".
Today, in the last day of our week long focus on joy, we're going to explore how we can be carriers for the joy of our God. Joy is contagious. It's powerful. And it's meant to be at the heart of our communication of who God is, and what relationship with him is like. May God fill us all with a greater measure of his joy today, and a greater understanding of how to carry that joy into a world in desperate need of it. Our Scripture for today comes from ISAIAH 55:12, and today's worship is Graves into Gardens by Elevation Worship. Click here to follow First15 Worship on your favorite streaming platform!
Content warning: death, abortion, loss This week we're joined by Marlena Graves to talk about how justice and love intertwine, as well as her book The Way Up Is Down: Becoming Yourself by Forgetting Yourself. In the intro, Robert & Holly talk about books that have helped them understand other people better.
Kayleigh Williamson made history in 2017, when she became the first person with Down syndrome to run in - and complete - the Austin Half Marathon. Since then she's finished 12 more half marathons, numerous races at other distances, and is training for her first marathon in 2022. She's written a children's book, It's Cool To Be Me, dedicated to people with Alzheimer's, which her late grandmother suffered from and which often occurs in people with Down syndrome. Her running journey is inspiring proof of what grit and heart can accomplish. “I had taken her to a doctor at 215 pounds. He looked at her and he told me,‘this, it's not gonna end well.'” Kayleigh was in her early 20s when her grandmother had her second stroke and soon after was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Her mother, Sandy, began researching the disease and discovered that the chance of somebody with Down syndrome developing Alzheimer's is “astronomically higher” than it is for other people. Kayleigh consumed a lot of fast food, processed food, and soda, and weighed 215 pounds. She had developed autoimmune disorders, including Graves' disease, and Sandy knew that she had to do something to help her daughter. “I expected some type of rejection. And the running community, we got total acceptance and 80 pounds came off of her body and every one of her autoimmune disorders went into remission. And today I see how healthy she is.” Sandy initially feared that Kayleigh wouldn't be accepted by the running community, but they embraced her. And even though she began running because of Sandy's encouragement, it's her own commitment that takes Kayleigh to the finish line. “I tell her she can stop if she needs to stop,” Sandy says. “ She never does. And that's the part that's kind of humbling to me whether we're training or we're in the middle of a race because she's got this determination that she just doesn't stop.” “You have to get to the point you don't care what the rest of the world thinks.” The opinion of others bothered Sandy more than it did Kayleigh. She remembers a race where they were in last place. She grabbed Kayleigh's hand to get her to run faster, and Kayleigh jerked her hand back. At that point, Sandy realized, “It's more important for her to finish the race than what anyone else thinks about where we are in the race. And I think that's kind of the same for life.” “If you pick up your toys and go home, you don't influence change.” That isn't to say that disregarding others' opinions is easy. Sandy recalls a race where people were openly staring and taking pictures, and she resolved that they would never go back there. But then she realized that the situation would never improve if they just walked away, so, she says, “we have specifically decided that we're going back and we're doing those races over again until we impact that change.” “I think anytime you're told that your child is uniquely different in any way, you feel this need to protect them to the point that you think you're fixing it. And really it was the realization that she didn't need fixing.” When Kayleigh was born, Sandy was told that she should put her in an institution. Now she's proud that her daughter can stand on her own two feet. She's realized that “she doesn't need me protecting her, a lot of times she needs me to get out of the way.” Sandy raised Kayleigh to give everything her best shot. She's done that, and succeeded. “Don't let somebody else tell you what you can and cannot do. Get out there and try it, and if the first time you try it and you don't succeed, but you know in your heart of hearts you can still do it, get up there and do it again as many times as you need to get back up.” resources: Kayleigh's Instagram Kayleigh's Facebook Video of Kayleigh at the Austin Half Marathon It's Cool To Be Me Thank you to Tracksmith, InsideTracker, and Beam for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith is a Boston based company that truly cares about the quality of their running clothes. Running can be demanding on our clothes; they definitely go through wear and tear to where we may be purchasing new clothes constantly. Tracksmith designers work with the finest materials and keep you in mind as a runner, with spots for your keys, phone, and fuel. You can go here to check out my favorites! Click here and enter code TINA15 to get $15 of your purchase of $75 or more. Have you not been feeling yourself lately? 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If you appreciate the work that we do, here are a few things you can do to support us: Take a screenshot of the episode, and share it with your friends, family, and community on social media, especially if you feel that the topic will resonate with them. Be sure to tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram If you are struggling through something a guest mentions, chances are others are too, and you will help them feel less alone. Leave an honest review on iTunes or your favorite podcast player. Your ratings and reviews will really help us grow and reach new people. Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe? You can find out here. "Thank you" to Kayleigh and Sandy. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the show.