In this episode, Ron Eddings and Chris Cochran discuss the concept of "paying the piper" and its impact on their careers and personal lives. Paying the piper means facing the consequences of one's actions, whether they are good or bad. Chris shares his personal struggles and successes while working at Netflix, where he had to balance his career and family. Ron and Chris also discuss the importance of finding balance in one's life, understanding the consequences of one's actions, and recognizing the impact of one's legacy on both their family and the world. Links: Icarus' Balloon: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/icarus-balloon-short-story-chris-cochran-chris-cochran Join our creative mastermind and stand out as a cybersecurity professional: https://www.patreon.com/hackervalleystudio Become a sponsor of the show to amplify your brand: https://hackervalley.com/work-with-us/ Love Hacker Valley Studio? Pick up some swag: https://store.hackervalley.com Continue the conversation by joining our Discord: https://hackervalley.com/discord Impactful Moments: 00:00 - Introduction 01:18 - What does it mean to ‘pay the piper'? 03:22 - Sacrifices and paying your dues 05:06 - Icarus' Balloon 07:16 - Maintaining a balanced life 08:36 - Join our community! 09:40 - What is your legacy? 13:32 - Conflict = growth 15:27 - Learning to love the process 18:05 - The power of exploration 19:34 - Staying committed
Dr. Gerard McCarthy, of the ICARUS research facility at Maynooth University and report co-author discusses The Irish Ocean Climate and Ecosystem Status Report 2023.
Fantasy Wildcard Dynasty - Episode 132 - On this week's show, Matt (@MattFFDynasty), Ali (@FFDynastyGrill) & Kev (@dynasty_goat) react to the 2023 NFL Draft from a dynasty perspective, switching it up & making it more conversational with extra player analysis... When you have the Wildcard, you have the power to change the game!!!
Host Jason Schreurs and Casey Cavaliere of The Wonder Years discuss the relationship he and his band have with their listeners, including fielding intense conversations about mental health and drug and alcohol misuse. Casey talks about setting boundaries with fans while providing the best support he can given the circumstances. http://thewonderyearsband.com http://caseycavaliere.com Featured song clips: The Wonder Years - "Don't Let Me Cave In" from No Closer to Heaven (Hopeless Records, 2015) The Wonder Years - "Cigarettes & Saints" from No Closer to Heaven (Hopeless Records, 2015) The Wonder Years - "The Bluest Thing on Earth" from No Closer to Heaven (Hopeless Records, 2015) THE SCREAM THERAPY BOOK is now available! Scream Therapy: A Punk Journey through Mental Health is a memoir-plus that has been heralded by New York Times best-selling authors. Like the podcast, it links the community-minded punk rock scene with the mental wellness of the punks who belong to it. Order a copy of the Scream Therapy book here: screamtherapyhq.com/book SUPPORT SCREAM THERAPY: BUY SOME MERCH! screamtherapy.com/store About this podcast: Scream Therapy explores the link between punk rock and mental health. My guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like myself. Intro/background music clips: Submission Hold - "Cranium Ache" Render Useless - "The Second Flight of Icarus" Contact host Jason Schreurs - email@example.com
In this episode, Rosanna chats with the Icarus Quartet - Larry Weng, Christopher Goodpasture, Matt Keown, and Jeff Stern - about building repertoire, working with composers, maintaining a work-life balance, and the practical realities of recording. To find out more about Icarus Quartet, visit https://icarusquartet.org/ Icarus Quartet's debut album Big Things can be heard at https://icarusquartet.bandcamp.com/album/big-things
In this episode, Phil and JF discuss Vanessa Onwuemezi's, "Dark Neighbourhood," a tale of scintillant darkness from her debut collection of the same name. This strangest of strange stories is set in a vast encampment of destitute yet hopeful people whose lives consist entirely of waiting for their turn to step through the iron gates of the Beyond. Living off the dregs of civilization, they seem the last of our kind. They are the ones who, having made it to the front of the line, have the dubious honour of contemplating directly the mystery that awaits us all. Unlike anything we've covered on the show, "Dark Neighbourhood" is a chilling and moving story that elicits interpretation as elegantly as it resists it. Pierre-Yves Martel's album Mer bleue (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/mer-bleue) drops on May 1st, 2023! Support us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/weirdstudies) and gain access to Phil's ongoing podcast on Richard Wagner's Ring Cycle. Listen to volume 1 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-1) and volume 2 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-2) of the Weird Studies soundtrack by Pierre-Yves Martel (https://www.pymartel.com) Find us on Discord (https://discord.com/invite/Jw22CHfGwp) Get the T-shirt design from Cotton Bureau (https://cottonbureau.com/products/can-o-content#/13435958/tee-men-standard-tee-vintage-black-tri-blend-s)! Get your Weird Studies merchandise (https://www.redbubble.com/people/Weird-Studies/shop?asc=u) (t-shirts, coffee mugs, etc.) Visit the Weird Studies Bookshop (https://bookshop.org/shop/weirdstudies) REFERENCES Show Notes.docx Vanessa Omwuemezi, Dark Neighbourhood (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781913097707) Peter Breugel, Landscape with the Fall of Icarus (https://www.bl.uk/collection-items/landscape-with-the-fall-of-icarus) Weird Studies, Episode 140 on “Spirited Away” (https://www.weirdstudies.com/140) Karl Marx, Capital (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781453716540) Phil Ford, Dig (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780199939916) Murray Bookchin, Post-Scarcity Anarchism (https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/murray-bookchin-post-scarcity-anarchism-book) Weird Studies, Episode 98 on “Taboo” (https://www.weirdstudies.com/98 https://www.weirdstudies.com/98) Michael Wadleigh (dir.), Woodstock (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066580/) Samuel R. Delaney, Dahlgren (https://bookshop.org/p/books/dhalgren-samuel-r-delany/8507517?ean=9780375706684) Leonard Cohen, “Waiting for the Miracle (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXvG0SMP7tw) Martin Esslin, The Theatre of the Absurd (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781400075232) One red paperclip (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_red_paperclip), story of guy who traded a paper clip for a house Weird Studies, Episode 101 on Tanizaki (https://www.weirdstudies.com/101) James Hillman, The Dream and the Underworld (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780060906825) George Steiner, Real Presences (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780226772349) H. P. Lovecraft, “Nyarlothotep” (https://www.hplovecraft.com/writings/texts/fiction/n.aspx) Alexander Wendt and Raymond Duvall, “Sovereignty and the UFO” (https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0090591708317902) Weird Studies, Episode 144 on Hellraiser (https://www.weirdstudies.com/144) Weird Studies, Episode 29 on Lovecraft (https://www.weirdstudies.com/29)
Welcome to the place where we get to let our geek flags fly and talk about all things geek. Basically a fuzzy guide to life, the universe, and everything but mostly geek stuff. This is a look into the world of geekdom and some geek news, comics, The Simpsons, Star Wars, and whatever randomness finds its way onto the recording. This level of the podcast includes: Blue Beetle trailer - Aug 18 WWE to merge with UFC under Endeavor Group Holdings Legendary acquires TV and movie rights for Street Fighter Live-action Moana with Dwayne Johnson Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse trailer #2 - June 2 Barbie trailer #2 - July 21 John Wick spin-off Ballerina gets Jun 7, 2024 release date My Adventures with Superman trailer - Summerish 2023 Shrek 5 and possible Donkey solo film Jurassic World Fierce Changers Chase ‘n Roar T-Rex toy from Mattel Report that James Gunn's DCU has 25 different projects in some state of development Congress asks DOJ to review Warner Discovery merger for anticompetiveness Stranger Things cartoon on Netflix The Marvels trailer - Nov 10 Chris McKay reveals the plot for his Lego Batman sequel which never happened Metalocalypse movie, live tour, and new album James Wan and Peter Safran developing The Conjuring show for Max streamer Creature Commandos voice talents Game of Thrones spin-off - A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: The Hedge Knight Amazon working on RoboCop, Stargate, and Legally Blonde movie and TV projects Harry Potter reboot gets ten-year order for Max tv show adapting all 7 books HBO and Max CEO Casey Bloys addresses JKR controversy Dragon Heir: Silent Gods game Final Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 trailer Rogers: The Musical at DCA's Hyperion Theater on June 30th The Penguin trailer - 8 episodes in 2024 Muppets Mayhem teaser trailer Rumor that X-Men ‘97 has pushed to 2024 Music video for Peaches from the Super Mario Bros movie Celebration News - Ahsoka trailer Lars Mikkelsen confirmed as live-action Thrawn Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny trailer - June 30 Daisy Ridley to reprise Rey in Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy movie James Mangold 7 Dave Filoni filmS Tales of the Jedi is getting a second season The Bad Batch Season 3 will be the final season Star Wars Celebration 2025 will be in Tokyo, Japan April 18-20th Visions Season 2 trailer Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures trailer Kathy Kennedy says never say never to Kenobi S2 Kevin Kiner is composing the Ahsoka score Dave Filoni confirms orange-ish red lightsabers in Ahsoka The crawl is returning to movies per Kathleen Kennedy John Favreau won't commit to Star Wars: Jedi in live action Mary Elizabeth Winstead says fans should watch Hera in The Bad Batch as well as Rebels Leslye Headland & Acolyte details Coruscant is a playable planet in Jedi Survivor Star Wars Jedi: Survivor final gameplay trailer Taika Waititi still working on his Star Wars script Rian Johnson trilogy not in active development Lando TV show is still in development with Donald Glover on board Rogue Squadron could still happen Andor Season 2 aiming for August 2024 Skeleton Crew directors Thanos creator Jim Starlin talks about 45 minutes cut out of Infinity War Game of Thrones prequel following Aegon the Conqueror in early stages at HBO Paddington 3 happening The Lord of the Rings: Heroes of Middle-earth mobile game from EA releases May 10 Super Mario Bros theme added to National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress Twitter no longer exists and merges into Elon Musk's X Corp Vanessa and Colossus confirmed for Deadpool 3 - Nov 8 2024 Warner Bros Discovery unveils Max, its consolidated streamer which drops May 23 Tiny Toons Looniversity confirmed for Max streamer Secrets of the Mogwai trailer - May 23 Some Fox film confirmed in MCU multiverse Jack Black wants Pedro Pascal as Wario in the sequel Welcome to Derry details emerge Eddie Munson's origin story to be told in Flight of Icarus novel - Oct 31 Rumor that The Batman Part II will include Clayface TTFN... Wookiee out! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/support
On this episode, host Jason Schreurs welcomes Tina Rushing of Punk Rock Saves Lives, a non-profit organization that provides mental health and harm reduction resources at punk shows and festivals, as well as community events. Tina talks about how doing mental health advocacy work within the punk scene has been mutually enriching between her organization and the punks it provides resources for. http://punrocksaveslives.org Featured song clips: Bouncing Souls - Shannon's Song from Ten Stories High (Pure Noise Records, 2023) Anti-Flag - "No Apology" from A New Kind of Army (A-F Records, 1999) Flogging Molly live rowing pit (Sziget Festival, 2011) THE SCREAM THERAPY BOOK is now available! Scream Therapy: A Punk Journey through Mental Health is a memoir-plus that has been heralded by New York Times best-selling authors. Like the podcast, it links the community-minded punk rock scene with the mental wellness of the punks who belong to it. Order a copy of the Scream Therapy book here: screamtherapyhq.com/book SUPPORT SCREAM THERAPY: BUY SOME MERCH! screamtherapy.com/store About this podcast: Scream Therapy explores the link between punk rock and mental health. My guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like myself. Intro/background music clips: Submission Hold - "Cranium Ache" Render Useless - "The Second Flight of Icarus" Contact host Jason Schreurs - firstname.lastname@example.org
This week we beam in Sams Dad who proceeds to sit in the corner quietly chuckling! Love at First Contact is the journey of one forever Trek fan as they share their love of Star Trek with their Fiancé who indulges their obsession! All music and sound effects are the property of CBS and Paramount, this is a non profit Star Trek podcast all rights are to the appropriate owners!Star Trek and all related marks, logos and characters are solely owned by CBS Studios Inc. This fan production is not endorsed by, sponsored by, nor affiliated with CBS, Paramount Pictures, or any other Star Trek franchise, and is a non-commercial fan-made Podcast. No alleged independent rights will be asserted against CBS or Paramount Pictures. Music: TNG End Credits Find out more at: loveatfirstcontact.com We have a discord: https://discord.gg/vzGCW8kDqf Art provided by Kate Sisko find her on Instagram @gloomybugg --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/loveatfirstcontact/support
Icarus, Bristol-based brothers Tom and Ian Griffiths have shared a long journey through the outer realms of electronic music. After being signed with FFRR for many years they are now going independent with their own record label 'Fly Boy Records'. Enjoy x Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Alien vs. Predator Galaxy Podcast
Includes a review of Alien: Icarus, the second Alien volume from Marvel Comics and Phillip Kennedy Johnson. Presented by Corporal Hicks, RidgeTop, Xenomorphine and community guest SizzyBubbles.
What has been stolen? Who has been lost? Are there times they are the same things? This episode the Sending Messages girls discuss the things that have been taken away in their lives. Both tangible items, identities, time, and sometimes, people. Stories and interviews by Tina Posole, Star, Icarus, Skarr, and Ghetti. Thanks for listening.
On this episode, Karen Marie Hernandez of Cosmic Kitten joins host Jason Schreurs to talk about the struggles she faced as a youth in foster care and living in group homes. Karen spent her childhood in a neglectful household, and a teen in the government care system, all the while dealing with mental health struggles and medication side effects. Playing her guitar and writing music helped lead her through to the stable life that she has made for herself. http://cosmickittenband.com Featured song clips: Cosmic Kitten - "All the World" from Laugh of a Lifetime (Whatever Music, 2023) Cosmic Kitten - "Night Goat" (Melvins cover) from Lobotomize West Coast Live! (2023) Cosmic Kitten - "Laugh of a Lifetime" from Laugh of a Lifetime (Whatever Music, 2023) THE SCREAM THERAPY BOOK is now available! Scream Therapy: A Punk Journey through Mental Health is a memoir-plus that has been heralded by New York Times best-selling authors. Like the podcast, it links the community-minded punk rock scene with the mental wellness of the punks who belong to it. Order a copy here: http://screamtherapy.com SUPPORT SCREAM THERAPY: BUY SOME MERCH! http://screamtherapy.com/store About this podcast: Scream Therapy explores the link between punk rock and mental health. My guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like myself. Intro/background music clips: Submission Hold - "Cranium Ache" Render Useless - "The Second Flight of Icarus" Contact host Jason Schreurs - email@example.com
Edward Rooster is one of our favourite writers. His themes include the future, mythology, time and history. He has written two books, Box of Stars and Harvest, and he is currently working on a third. Edward joins the show to discuss embracing uncertainty, avoiding becoming Icarus, unsticking yourself from time, and MUCH more! Important Links: Edward's Mirror Edward's Substack Edward's Typeshare Edward's Twitter The Days Dad Started Over Leaving Eternity's Parking Lot You Do Not Have to Be Perfect Looking Back from the Future Show Notes: The Days Dad Started Over: Why Edward started writing Edward's book writing process Unsticking yourself from time Sources of storytelling inspiration Embracing uncertainty Avoiding the content trap The ‘create you own adventure' approach to writing [Finding inspiration in music] Storytelling & common knowledge Writing as found art Not as much matters as we think it does How can we avoid becoming Icarus? Editing; Editors The opportunities of generative AI MUCH more! Books Mentioned: Stray Reflections; by Jawad Mian Box of Stars; by Edward Rooster Harvest; by Edward Rooster Retrieve; by Edward Rooster What Works on Wall Street: A Guide to the Best-Performing Investment Strategies of All Time; by Jim O'Shaughnessy Cloud Atlas; by David Mitchell The Great Gatsby; by F. Scott Fitzgerald American Gods; by Neil Gaiman Reality Hunger; by David Shields Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance; by Robert Pirsig Looking Backward; by Edward Bellamy
Capes On the Couch - Where Comics Get Counseling
Things get chilly as we tackle PENGUIN! How has this businessman managed to survive in Gotham so long? Listen to find out! Intro Background (4:30) The Penguin, Oswald Cobblepot, created by Bill Finger & Bob Kane in Detective Comics #58 (Dec. 1941) The Penguin was one of Batman's earliest nemeses – a short, stout man with a long, beaklike nose who dressed in a top hat and monocle He started off as a thief who worked with a bird motif in his robberies, but almost always managed to outsmart Batman & Robin and escape Name was finally revealed as Oswald Cobblepot in The Best of DC #10 (March 1981) – his backstory was that of a bullied child with an overprotective mother who was obsessed with birds, and after she died he entered a life of crime to seek vengeance upon the world that shunned him After repeatedly being beaten by Batman, and further embarrassed by Jean-Paul Valley, he opens a restaurant casino called the Iceberg Lounge, which he uses as a front for criminal activity, and begins operating as a criminal overlord In No Man's Land, he remains in Gotham after everyone abandons it following the earthquake – his connections make him one of the most powerful people in the city Occasionally serves as an informant to Batman, who keeps a close eye on him – Batman feels the Penguin is a necessary evil, and any power vacuum created by his absence would be worse than he is Issues - Overcompensation (8:12) Ariel – why someone born to wealth would end up as a crime lord Ariel – his bizarre relationship with women (15:28) Semi-Oedipal complex with his mother (24:18) Break (32:58) Plugs for Grief Burrito, Freudian Sips, and Saladin Ahmed Treatment (34:22) In-universe - Use financial planning to help him reconfigure his goals & desires Out of universe - spoiled affluenza-ridden orphan who uses their money to seek revenge on people (39:09) Skit (43:24) Hello Mr. Cobblepot, I'm Dr. Issues – And a good day to you too, sir. Might I interest you in a glass of champagne while we talk? It's a 1959 Dom Perignon Rose. I don't drink while I'm working, and I'm not certain you should be drinking during a session either. How did you even get a bottle and glasses past the security? – Oh posh, you needn't bother yourself with trifling matters such as that. I certainly don't. Life is so short, so why not enjoy the fine things? Were we not put here to take advantage of all life has to offer? Be that as it may, I'll pass. I must say, I'm rather surprised at your cavalier attitude, given your… current surroundings. – A temporary snafu, Doctor. Rest assured this will all be taken care of presently. A man of my stature doesn't stay imprisoned for very long. Now I assume you're here to provide an overview of my mental health for the DA's office? Well let me save you the trouble, I'm entirely compos mentis. So you can go ahead and just copy the report from the last time I was here, update the dates, maybe summarize that brief misunderstanding I had with the Bat about how I came to acquire the jewelry, and we'll both be on our way. Nice try, but I'm afraid it won't be quite so simple. – Oh but it will be. You see, dear Doctor, there are two sets of rules in this world. There's one set for people like you – and rest assured that statement has nothing to do with the amount of melanin in your skin – where you remain subject to a dull life filled with repetition and servitude, hoping to rise above your status like Icarus, but inevitably your wings melt and you land with a thud among the common rabble. You spend your entire life trying to escape the box. And then there's another set of rules for people like me, which is to say there are no rules. I don't have to envision escaping the box, because for me there never was a box. And yet here you are, quite literally inside a box, while I sit comfortably outside of it. – Again, this is a temporary setback. So since you're temporarily in the box, let's talk. You could do anything you wanted with your resources. Why did you choose crime? – I came from a lineage of people accustomed to a particular lifestyle, and my family had plans for me. Unfortunately, those plans were incompatible with my… appearance. My family was not so understanding or appreciative of my unique nature. And after they all befell such horrible tragedies and accidents, it was just me and dear mother. She was so lonely and needed someone to take care of her. So I did what any good son did. I established myself and gave her the lifestyle she deserved. By taking from others who also deserve the same lifestyle? Because you say so? You can see the slippery slope where I'm taking this -Oh but my dear doctor, there is no need for imagination when it comes to that level of speculatory relevance. Look around you! To be frank, neither of us need to worry ourselves with the dregs of society. That's not what I'm about. That's why my club still has the highest rating in Travel and Leisure Magazine as I bide my time…legally indisposed. Fascinating. You really do care what people think of you, don't you. Not your looks; you're beyond that now. But the glamor of it all. Prestige is your love language. That explains why you don't care about Gotham. -*pause* I beg your pardon? Well I mean it seems like you're willing to gut the essence of a major city and pollute it with crime. At least white collar types usually try to coat their disdain with gentrification. -I would do no such thing *Interrupting* Arson, theft, assault, terroristic threats, those are the accusations on your rap sheet. Heck, Al Capone got caught for tax evasion. How is it that unsophisticated thugs can cover their tracks better than you, and you keep up with the facade of a distinguished gentleman? - Careful, Doctor, your tongue is starting to betray the rest of your body. It'd be a shame to have to excise it from your skull. So you don't like what I have to say. That's the type of stress any gentleman would encounter in normal interaction. That shouldn't lead to threats of violence. -The only correction I must make is that it is not a threat. It is a guarantee. Alright, if that's the way you're going to go about it, then there is no point in continuing to talk. -But there is, my dear doctor. You see, I have no intention of ending this discussion without expanding my…sphere of influence. And no, that is not in reference to my physical form. What sort of influence can I add for you? -You know people. Important people. Otherwise, you would not be assigned to evaluate me. But I can leverage that to my advantage. Tell me, Dr. Issues, what your career would look like, if you were named an accomplice to my crimes? *laughs* that's not possible. -Really now? Even though I have access to my own records and can reverse engineer them to say that you knew about all of them and never reported them? But this is the first time I've seen -*interrupting* it doesn't matter what we SAY, here, doctor, only what is documented. You know that. I'm not privy to share my ways, but let's just say that, oh right about now, several friends and family will learn of your attempts on their lives, their residences, their places of employment…all because you wanted to be more powerful and wanted my help. *tsk tsk tsk* for shame, a psychiatrist driven mad with power, and my confession with impeccable transcription the only remaining source of legitimate inquiry. I had to stop you of course, because I AM the one who cares for Gotham you see. You…you had all of this planned from the start? -Certainly. Now, I'd be willing to trade. None of those events continue, if you would be so kind as to give me details on Batman and everyone he has come into contact with. Oh, I may still kill you, but at least everyone else is spared and you are made to look like some sort of martyr. Sounds like a bargain to me. *deep sigh* I'm scared to say no. -Splendid. Now if you could just. *interrupting* Scared, not unwilling. No deal. -Preposterous! *angry* You simpleton! You are truly going to throw away your career and everyone you know just for the sake of righteousness? Absurd. You're right. I'm way too practical for that. *jet plane and random siren sound effects* Yeah, I think I did the right thing. -What does that mean? It means that the same people you wanted to hurt are the same people that are being protected and rescued by the same people you wanted dirt on -Stop saying “same people!” For someone with alleged intelligence you limit your vocabulary too much. Not a priority. Plus I know it pisses you off. -*realization* You too had this all planned from the start. Eh, not quite. But someone else did. Take a guess. - YOU DO KNOW HIM. This is too much! You will not play me like a cheap fiddle! Oh it's clear you'd be quite expensive and rare. But I'll admit that we're not a good fit because I don't follow the collectibles market. So I'll sign off of your case for now. You were giving me the cold shoulder anyway. - STOP WITH YOUR PUNS *wenk wenk wenk* Ending (52:07) Recommended reading: Penguin: Pain & Prejudice Next episodes: Arcade, Jonah Hex, Mister Sinister Plugs for social & GonnaGeek Network References: Bane episode - Anthony (5:45) Azrael episode - Anthony (5:48) Veruca Salt - Anthony (14:08) “Money, Power, Respect” by the Lox feat. 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Doomsday: History's Most Dangerous Podcast
We've covered a lot of unusual and unexpected disaster on this show, and this will be a new one – and what makes this one stand out is how quickly it escalates. On this episode, you'll unlock a brand new fear you didn't know about before, we'll talk about the most panic inducing cross-training exercise ever, and we'll teach you the best way to not get eaten by a machine. There is a special kind of fear around disasters that most often happen because maintenance is expensive and people are sometimes trash. This one is called one of the darkest days in the history of the world's busiest subway system. Celebrity guests include historical figure Josef Stalin, early pioneer of DIY flight Icarus, and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Dancers. Find us on any of your favorite channels Apple : https://tinyurl.com/5fnbumdwSpotify : https://tinyurl.com/73tb3uuwIHeartRadio : https://tinyurl.com/vwczpv5jPodchaser : https://tinyurl.com/263kda6w Stitcher : https://tinyurl.com/mcyxt6vwGoogle : https://tinyurl.com/3fjfxattSpreaker : https://tinyurl.com/fm5y22suPodchaser : https://tinyurl.com/263kda6wRadioPublic : https://tinyurl.com/w67b4kecPocketCasts. : https://pca.st/ef1165v3CastBox : https://tinyurl.com/4xjpptdrBreaker. : https://tinyurl.com/4cbpfaytDeezer. : https://tinyurl.com/5nmexvwt Follow us on the socials for more Facebook : www.facebook.com/doomsdaypodcastInstagram : www.instagram.com/doomsdaypodcastTwitter : www.twitter.com/doomsdaypodcastIf you like the idea of your podcast hosts wearing more than duct tape and bits of old Halloween costumes for clothes and can spare a buck or two, you can now buy me a coffee at www.buymeacoffee.com/doomsday or Funeral Kazoo HQ : www.funeralkazoo.com/doomsday
Humans have probably considered flight since they found birds. As far as 228 million years ago, the Pterosaurs used flight to reign down onto other animals from above and eat them. The first known bird-like dinosaur was the Archaeopteryx, which lived around 150 million years ago. It's not considered an ancestor of modern birds - but other dinosaurs from the same era, the theropods, are. 25 million years later, in modern China, the Confuciusornis sanctus had feathers and could have flown. The first humans wouldn't emerge from Africa until 23 million years later. By the 2300s BCE, the Summerians depicted shepherds riding eagles, as humanity looked to the skies in our myths and legends. These were creatures, not vehicles. The first documented vehicle of flight was as far back as the 7th century BCE when the Rāmāyana told of the Pushpaka Vimāna, a palace made by Vishwakarma for Brahma, complete with chariots that flew the king Rama high into the atmosphere. The Odyssey was written around the same time and tells of the Greek pantheon of Gods but doesn't reference flight as we think of it today. Modern interpretations might move floating islands to the sky, but it seems more likely that the floating island of Aeollia is really the islands off Aeolis, or Anatolia, which we might refer to as the modern land of Turkey. Greek myths from a few hundred years later introduced more who were capable of flight. Icarus flew into the sun with wings that had been fashioned by Daedalus. By then, they could have been aware, through trade routes cut by Alexander and later rulers, of kites from China. The earliest attempts at flight trace their known origins to 500 BCE in China. Kites were, like most physical objects, heavier than air and could still be used to lift an object into flight. Some of those early records even mention the ability to lift humans off the ground with a kite. The principle used in kites was used later in the development of gliders and then when propulsion was added, modern aircraft. Any connection between any of these is conjecture as we can't know how well the whisper net worked in those ages. Many legends are based on real events. The history of humanity is vast and many of our myths are handed down through the generations. The Greeks had far more advanced engineering capabilities than some of the societies that came after. They were still weary of what happened if they flew too close to the sun. In fact, emperors of China are reported to have forced some to leap from cliffs on a glider as a means of punishment. Perhaps that was where the fear of flight for some originated from. Chinese emperor Wang Mang used a scout with bird features to glide on a scouting mission around the same time as the Icarus myth might have been documented. Whether this knowledge informed the storytellers Ovid documented in his story of Icarus is lost to history, since he didn't post it to Twitter. Once the Chinese took the string off the kite and they got large enough to fly with a human, they had also developed hang gliders. In the third century BCE, Chinese inventors added the concept of rotors for vertical flight when they developed helicopter-style toys. Those were then used to frighten off enemies. Some of those evolved into the beautiful paper lanterns that fly when lit.There were plenty of other evolutions and false starts with flight after that. Abbas ibn Ferns also glided with feathers in the 9th century. A Benedictine monk did so again in the 11th century. Both were injured when they jumped out of towers in the Middle Ages that spanned the Muslim Golden Age to England. Leonardo da Vinci studied flight for much of his life. His studies produced another human-power ornithopter and other contraptions; however he eventually realized that humans would not be able to fly on their own power alone. Others attempted the same old wings made of bird feathers, wings that flapped on the arms, wings tied to legs, different types of feathers, finding higher places to jump from, and anything they could think of. Many broke bones, which continued until we found ways to supplement human power to propel us into the air. Then a pair of brothers in the Ottoman Empire had some of the best luck. Hezarafen Ahmed Çelebi crossed the Bosphorus strait on a glider. That was 1633, and by then gunpowder already helped the Ottomans conquer Constantinople. That ended the last vestiges of ancient Roman influence along with the Byzantine empire as the conquerers renamed the city to Instanbul. That was the power of gunpowder. His brother then built a rocket using gunpowder and launched himself high in the air, before he glided back to the ground. The next major step was the hot air balloon. The modern hot air balloon was built by the Montgolfier brothers in France and first ridden in 1783 and (Petrescu & Petrescu, 2013). 10 days later, the first gas balloon was invented by Nicholas Louis Robert and Jacques Alexander Charles. The gas balloon used hydrogen and in 1785, used to cross the English Channel. That trip sparked the era of dirigibles. We built larger balloons to lift engines with propellers. That began a period that culminated with the Zeppelin. From the 1700s and on, much of what da Vinci realized was rediscovered, but this time published, and the body of knowledge built out. The physics of flight were then studied as new sciences emerged. Sir George Cayley started to actually apply physics to flight in the 1790s. Powered Flight We see this over and over in history; once we understand the physics and can apply science, progress starts to speed up. That was true when Archimedes defined force multipliers with the simple machines in the 3rd century BCE, true with solid state electronics far later, and true with Cayley's research. Cayley conducted experiments, documented his results, and proved hypotheses. He finally got to codifying bird flight and why it worked. He studied the Chinese tops that worked like modern helicopters. He documented glided flight and applied math to why it worked. He defined drag and measured the force of windmill blades. In effect, he got to the point that he knew how much power was required based on the ratio of weight to actually sustain flight. Then to achieve that, he explored the physics of fixed-wing aircraft, complete with an engine, tail assembly, and fuel. His work culminated in a work called “On Aerial Navigation” that was published in 1810. By the mid-1850s, there was plenty of research that flowed into the goal for sustained air travel. Ideas like rotors led to rotor crafts. Those were all still gliding. Even with Cayley's research, we had triplane gliders, gliders launched from balloons. After that, the first aircrafts that looked like the modern airplanes we think of today were developed. Cayley's contributions were profound. He even described how to mix air with gasoline to build an engine. Influenced by his work, others built propellers. Some of those were steam powered and others powered by tight springs, like clockworks. Aeronautical societies were created, wing counters and cambering were experimented with, and wheels were added to try to lift off. Some even lifted a little off the ground. By the 1890s, the first gasoline powered biplane gliders were developed and flown, even if those early experiments crashed. Humanity was finally ready for powered flight. The Smithsonian housed some of the earliest experiments. They hired their third director, Samuel Langley, in 1887. He had been interested in aircraft for decades and as with many others had studied the Cayley work closely. He was a consummate tinkerer and had already worked in solar physics and developed the Allegheny Time System. The United States War department gave him grants to pursue his ideas to build an airplane. By then, there was enough science that humanity knew it was possible to fly and so there was a race to build powered aircraft. We knew the concepts of drag, rudders, thrust from some of the engineering built into ships. Some of that had been successfully used in the motorcar. We also knew how to build steam engines, which is what he used in his craft. He called it the Aerodrome and built a number of models. He was able to make it further than anyone at the time. He abandoned flight in 1903 when someone beat him to the finish line. That's the year humans stepped beyond gliding and into the first controlled, sustained, and powered flight. There are reports that Gustave Whitehead beat the Wright Brothers, but he didn't keep detailed notes or logs, and so the Wrights are often credited with the discovery. They managed to solve the problem of how to roll, built steerable rudders, and built the first biplane with an internal combustion engine. They flew their first airplane out of North Carolina when Orville Wright went 120 feet and his brother went 852 feet later that day. That plane now lives at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC and December 17th, 1903 represents the start of the age of flight. The Wright's spent two years testing gliders and managed to document their results. They studied in wind tunnels, tinkered with engines, and were methodical if not scientific in their approach. They didn't manage to have a public demonstration until 1908 though and so there was a lengthy battle over the patents they filed. Turns out it was a race and there were a lot of people who flew within months of one another. Decades of research culminated into what had to be: airplanes. Innovation happened quickly. Flight improved enough that planes could cross English Channel by 1909. There were advances after that, but patent wars over the invention drug on and so investors stayed away from the unproven technology. Flight for the Masses The superpowers of the world were at odds for the first half of the 1900s. An Italian pilot flew a reconnaissance mission in Libya in the Italo-Turkish war in 1911. It took only 9 days before they went from just reconnaissance and dropped grenades on Turkish troops from the planes. The age of aerial warfare had begun. The Wrights had received an order for the first plane from the military back in 1908. Military powers took note and by World War I there was an air arm of every military power. Intelligence wins wars. The innovation was ready for the assembly lines, so during and after the war, the first airplane manufacturers were born. Dutch engineer Anthony Fokker was inspired by Wilbur Wright's exhibition in 1908. He went on to start a company and design the Fokker M.5, which evolved into the Fokker E.I. after World War I broke out in 1914. They mounted a machine gun and synchronized it to the propeller in 1915. Manfred von Richthofen, also known as the Red Baron, flew one before he upgraded to the Fokker D.VII and later an Albatros. Fokker made it all the way into the 1990s before they went bankrupt. Albatros was founded in 1909 by Enno Huth, who went on to found the German Air Force before the war. The Bristol Aeroplane Company was born in 1910 after Sir George White, who was involved in transportation already, met Wilbur Wright in France. Previous companies were built to help hobbyists, similar to how many early PC companies came from inventors as well. This can be seen with people like Maurice Mallet, who helped design gas balloons and dirigibles. He licensed airplane designs to Bristol who later brought in Frank Barnwell and other engineers that helped design the Scout. They based the Bristol Fighters that were used in World War I on those designs. Another British manufacturer was Sopwith, started by Thomas Sopwith, who taught himself to fly and then started a company to make planes. They built over 16,000 by the end of the war. After the war they pivoted to make ABC motorcycles and eventually sold to Hawker Aircraft in 1920, which later sold to Raytheon. The same paradigm played out elsewhere in the world, including the United States. Once those patent disputes were settled, plenty knew flight would help change the world. By 1917 the patent wars in the US had to end as the countries contributions to flight suffered. No investor wanted to touch the space and so there was a lack of capital to expand. Orville Write passed away in 1912 and Wilbur sold his rights to the patents, so the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Franklin D. Roosevelt, stepped in and brought all the parties to the table to develop a cross-licensing organization. After almost 25 years, we could finally get innovation in flight back on track globally. In rapid succession, Loughead Aircraft, Lockheed, and Douglas Aircraft were founded. Then Jack Northrop left those and started his own aircraft company. Boeing was founded in 1957 as Aero Products and then United Aircraft, which was spun off into United Airlines as a carrier in the 1930s with Boeing continuing to make planes. United was only one of many a commercial airline that was created. Passenger air travel started after the first air flights with the first airline ferrying passengers in 1914. With plenty of airplanes assembled at all these companies, commercial travel was bound to explode into its own big business. Delta started as a cropdusting service in Macon, Georgia in 1925 and has grown into an empire. The worlds largest airline at the time of this writing is American Airlines, which started in 1926 when a number of smaller airlines banded together. Practically every country had at least one airline. Pan American (Panam for short) in 1927, Ryan Air started in 1926, Slow-Air in 1924, Finnair in 1923, Quantus in 1920, KLM in 1919, and the list goes on. Enough that the US passed the Air Commerce Act in 1926, which over time led to the department of Air Commerce, which evolved into the Federal Aviation Administration, or FAA we know today. Aircrafts were refined and made more functional. World War I brought with it the age of aerial combat. Plenty of supply after the war and then the growth of manufacturers Brough further innovation to compete with one another, and commercial aircraft and industrial uses (like cropdusting) enabled more investment into R&D In 1926, the first flying boat service was inaugurated from New York to Argentina. Another significant development in aviation was in the 1930s when the jet engine was invented. This invention was done by Frank Whittle who registered a turbojet engine patent. A jet plane was also developed by Hans von Ohain and was called the Heinkel He 178 (Grant, 2017). The plane first flew in 1939, but the Whittle jet engine is the ancestor of those found in planes in World War II and beyond. And from there to the monster airliners and stealth fighters or X-15 becomes a much larger story. The aerospace industry continued to innovate both in the skies and into space. The history of flight entered another phase in the Cold War. Rand corporation developed the concept of Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (or ICBMs) and the Soviet Union launched the first satellite into space in 1957. Then in 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made the first landing on the moon and we continued to launch into space throughout the 1970s to 1990s, before opening up space travel to private industry. Those projects got bigger and bigger and bigger. But generations of enthusiasts and engineers were inspired by devices far smaller, and without pilots in the device.
The Ugly American Werewolf in London Rock Podcast
Iron Maiden are one of the biggest bands in the world, touring the planet in their own customized 747 flown by lead singer Bruce Dickinson. But in 1983, Maiden were still forging their way, trying to solidify their lineup and making their name through relentless touring. After the success of Number of the Beast, the band wanted to take things to the next level and with the addition of Nicko McBrain on drums they finally had their classic lineup set which is still intact today. Thanks to Nicko on the skins, the confidence and power of vocalist Bruce Dickinson, the sci-fi lyrics and extraordinary bass of leader Steve Harris and the frantic guitar licks of Dave Murray & Adrian Smith, Iron Maiden had the lineup that would set them on a course for global superstardom. Piece of Mind would be the first of 5 legendary albums from this lineup in the 1980s and the 5 of them would reunite in 2000 (along with 3rd guitarist Janick Gers) to reclaim their thrones as the ultimate heavy metal band. They're still going today and The Wolf & Action Jackson will be catching their Future Past Tour in Europe this summer. From Nicko's incredible drum work on Where Eagles Dare to Bruce's haunting vocals on Revelations to the ultimate Maiden runner with The Trooper, this album showcases the talent of all in the band. For once, they actually received airplay on US radio and The Trooper charted (unlike the 1st single The Flight of Icarus). Despite no love from MTV, the album went platinum in the US and the fans turned out in droves for their 130+ date tour. We go track by track, think about it in comparison to the other Iron Maiden albums we've reviewed over the years (#14 Live After Death, #38 Somewhere in Time, #39 Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, #65 Number of the Beast, #66 Fear of the Dark, plus #48 review of Bruce Dickinson speaking tour) and discuss how this was the real beginning of the band we love. Ugly American Werewolf in London Website Twitter Instagram YouTube LInkTree www.pantheonpodcasts.com Visit RareVinyl.com and use the code PODCAST to save 10%! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join NAFI: www.nafinet.org This episode is sponsored by: Sirius XM Aviation Weather Get a 2 month FREE Trial of XM Aviation weather: aopa.org/siriusxm -------------------------------------------------------------------- Today's Guest is Founder and CEO of ICARUS Devices Nick Sinopoli (https://www.icarusdevices.com/). We discuss with Nick what the ICARUS view limiting device is and how he developed the idea and working prototype. Listeners can get a 10% discount of ICARUS devices through April 21st using discount code NAFI. The ICARUS Device uses Polymer Dispersed Liquid Crystal (PDLC) film to electronically alter the pilots visibility, bringing the power of a simulator into your aircraft. The app allows the instructor to surprise their students with degraded visual conditions. Instructors can control the transition rate and track simulated IMC time. The ICARUS Device will be to able integrate hypothetical weather scenarios into your tablet's flight program. Once airborne, the visor will mimic whatever scenario you made up on the ground, all in real time. Austin native Nick Sinopoli is the Founder, Inventor and Managing Partner of the Icarus Device, which he patented in 2016. After a friend perished in an aviation accident, Nick was determined to make a revolutionary invention that would teach pilots to survive flight into low visibility. His creation is the most advanced flight training tool ever imagined. A dual rated aviator, Nick has had a lifelong love of aviation. He graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. Nick has logged time in Cessna, Piper and Cirrus aircraft, as well as gliders, Bell 206, EC145, T-6B and UH-60A/L/M variants. In his free time he enjoys flying, running, restoring old cars and spending time with his four nephews.
Rock 'N Healthy Lifestyles podcast host and chiropractic doctor Jennifer Palladino comes on the podcast for episode 66 to discuss the glory days of the New York and London punk scenes and her formative years within them. Jennifer discusses how mental health and addiction issues were or weren't talked about and addressed during a time when the subjects were taboo, even amongst open-minded punks. rocknhealthylifestyles.com Featured song clips: Chelsea - "I'm on Fire" from Chelsea (Step-Forward Records, 1979) Sonic Reducer live footage (Robert Luttrell, 1980). Buzzcocks - "Breakdown" (live) from Time's Up and Spiral Scratch (Domino Records, 2017) Generation X - "One Hundred Punks" from Generation X (Chrysalis Records, 1978) SUPPORT SCREAM THERAPY: BUY SOME MERCH! screamtherapy.com/store About this podcast: Scream Therapy explores the link between punk rock and mental health. My guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like myself. Intro/background music clips: Submission Hold - "Cranium Ache" Render Useless - "The Second Flight of Icarus" Contact host Jason Schreurs - firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Andrew James is an instant poet. About ten years ago, Scott felt disconnected from the world, which led him to poetry, thanks to the advice of his wife. Now, he's written over 10,000 instant poems in the last decade. In fact, in this episode, Scott actually creates an instant poem on the spot. The subject? We discuss an idea from Seth Godin about the Icarus Myth. Daedalus says to Icarus, "Don't fly too high, but more important, don't fly too low. If you fly too low, the waves will weigh you down and you will perish." In this interview, Scott talks about advice from Chris Guillebeau (The $100 StartUp), how he wrote 1,000 poems in a year, why he prefers to use an old typewriter he inherited from his grandfather, the difference between the tortured artist and the playful trickster, and how to push yourself to that which is unexpected. Note: since Scott is creating on the spot, this interview is more conversational in nature and less edited. Learn more about Scott here: https://www.scottandrewjames.com/ If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It only takes about 60-seconds and it really helps convince some of the hard-to-get guests to sit down and have a chat (simply scroll to the bottom on your iTunes Podcast app and click “Write Review"). Enjoy the show!
Thanks to GPS, ecologists today can track thousands of animals all the time with tracking devices that can be smaller than a quarter. But in 1970 there was just a weather satellite, a 23 pound collar, and an elk named Monique. Between spooky elk herds, inconsistent darts, a rowdy press gaggle, angry letters, an upside-down collar, and a couple of upsetting deaths, Monique's tracking didn't exactly go off without a hitch. Back then scientists really didn't know where animals went, and tracking them on the ground, even with radio, was arduous and provided incomplete data. So even if it wasn't perfect Monique's tracking was a huge breakthrough. Today, ecologists like the ones at Smithsonian's Movement of Life Initiative and the ICARUS project track animals from pole to pole and from the tops of mountains to deep under the sea. Insights from these trackers help with habitat conservation and breeding but might also be able to predict the next pandemic. On this episode of AirSpace, we talk to some of the scientists who use space to track animals here on Earth. Sign up here for the monthly AirSpace newsletter! AirSpace is made possible by the generous support of Olay.
Scream Therapy welcomes Annie Kuchenmeister, vocalist and guitarist of Loki's Folly, to talk with host Jason Schreurs about living on the autism spectrum and its effects on her mental health. Annie discusses why punk rock has helped her find calmness in her life, and how she loves to scream, of course! http://lokisfolly.com Featured song clips: Loki's Folly - “The Love Song” from Sisu (Kitten Robot Records, 2023) The Replacements - "Stuck in the Middle" from Stink EP (Twin/Tone, 1982) Loki's Folly - “Appease the Girl” from Sisu (Kitten Robot Records, 2023) Photo: Mika Larson SUPPORT SCREAM THERAPY: BUY SOME MERCH! teepublic.com/user/scream-therapy About this podcast: Scream Therapy explores the link between punk rock and mental health. My guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like myself. Intro/background music clips: Submission Hold - "Cranium Ache" Render Useless - "The Second Flight of Icarus" Contact host Jason Schreurs - email@example.com
Have you ever smelled the sun boy?
Scoundrel: History's Forgotten Villains
Born in Dalian province, China, Wang Ti always had her sights on becoming a fixture in the elite circles of Beijing aristocracy. Her place as the wife of a once star player on a former Chinese Super League champion team gave her access to the who's who, but Wang Ti wanted more than just access, she desired to BE the who's who, by any means necessary.The 2008 Olympics gave her a golden ticket to the top in the form of Xiao Qin, that year's gold medalist in the Pommel Horse. Known by many names including “The Prince of the Pommel Horse” and “The Pony God” Xiao Qin's victory on China's home stage sprung him to international fame. At a fateful wedding reception, Wang Ti and The Pony God crossed paths, and she leveraged her cunning and his national stardom in the wake of the Olympics to enter the upper echelon of Chinese elite society through deception and trickery. One slip of the tongue in a meeting saw her assume the role as the de-facto luxury goods broker for Beijing's elite athletes and socialites, but a sinister twist of fate landed her life in prison. While her story is recent, it seems that history has already swept the devious deeds of Wang Ti under the carpet in hopes to be forgotten, but we won't let that happen! Listen to Scoundrel ad-free, with bonus content at Amazon Music! Check it out at https://KastMedia.com/KastPlus-- Sponsor: Talkspace: To match with a licensed therapist today, go to Talkspace.com, and use code SCOUNDREL to get $100 off of your first month and show your support for the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Meg Remy discusses the new U.S. Girls album Bless This Mess, making and raising twins, parenting perspectives, provocative new music videos, progress and private property, Daedalus, Icarus, and Stanley Kubrick, the irrational fear of death, surviving vs. coping, home videos and social media performances, dancing again, exciting future plans, and much more. Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women United YEG. Follow vish online.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode, Bhetti, Skarr and Tina Posole talk with their producer Adam about what perfection is like as a young girl in Secure Care, with everyone watching. this episode also features poetry by Star and Icarus, as well as a flashback piece by Alias. Thanks for listening.
Negative Blast screamer Raineir Pesebre joins me on episode 64 to talk about how his life changed when he discovered punk as a Filipino army base kid. Raineir discusses how writing and playing punk rock allows him to articulate his anger, frustration, and vulnerability and come out the other side with positive energy. http://negativeblast.bandcamp.com Featured song clips: Negative Blast - “Echo Planet” from (Quiet Planet Records, 2023) Negative Blast - “Trauma Bond” from (Quiet Planet Records, 2023) SUPPORT SCREAM THERAPY: BUY SOME MERCH! teepublic.com/user/scream-therapy About this podcast: Scream Therapy explores the link between punk rock and mental health. My guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like myself. Intro/background music clips: Submission Hold - "Cranium Ache" Render Useless - "The Second Flight of Icarus" Artwork: Luke Ramsey - http://lukeramseystudio.com Contact host Jason Schreurs - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Overnightscape Underground
2:46:50 – Leopold Records X-69 Spot, KSAN, SF, CA (Psychedelic Promos & Radio Spots, public domain), Waiting Game (Tom 7, public domain), I’ve Not Seen Any Angels, Just Emptiness (Nice Wings, Icarus!, Attribution NC ND 3.0), Fibber McGee & Molly: Valentine Candy (2/10/1942), Nothing Better To Do (smiling cynic, Attribution 3.0), The Stars Over Hector […]
The Covid pandemic is changing our world and changing our lives in ways that we hope will be positive, important, and enduring. The truth is that we will probably derive more pandemic insight from scrutinizing the past than from speculating about the future because no one pandemic is entirely separate from any other. Barbara E. Hort, Ph.D. is a Jungian counselor. She provides consultation and training in the theatrical practice of psychodramaturgy in which she provides material on the psychological dynamics of a play that can be used by performing artists to enhance their storytelling. She is the author of Unholy Hungers: Encountering the Psychic Vampire in Ourselves and Others (Shambhala 1996) and Hollow Crown of Fire: A Discovery of Meaning in the Coronavirus Pandemic and Its Predecessors (White Horse Wordsmithing 2022)Interview Date: 10/18/2022 Tags: Barbara E. Hort, pandemics, Black Death, Justinian, 1918 pandemic, 1918 flu, Shakespeare's Richard the II, Persephone, abduction, Eleusinian mysteries, Dante's Divine Comedy, Boccaccio's Decameron, John Ronewyk, World War I, Alfred Crosby, AIDS pandemic, bubonic plague, Greek myth of Daedalus and Icarus, vaccines, Health & Healing, History, Mythology, Personal Transformation
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01. Yotto - Just Over (Extended Mix) 02. Crimsen & Jordan Arts - How To Love (Extended Mix) 03. Walker & Royce & Ardalan pres. Escapade - Ballroom (Byron The Aquarius Remix) 04. Made By Pete feat. Zoe Kypri - Horizon Red 05. Dave Seaman & Quivver - Just Think 06. Icarus feat. Lenn - Last Night Felt Like The Future (Extended Mix) 07. Bassel Darwish - Hype 08. Moodtrax - Jersey Thing 09. Harry Romero feat. Inaya Day - Rise Up (House Masters Extended Edit) 10. Pig & Dan - Pull Up To The Bumper (Extended Disco Mix) 11. Moonbootica & Ante Perry - So Simple (Original Version) 12. Hatiras - Paradise Found (Original Mix) 13. Marco Molina - You Go out Every Night 14. CASSIMM, Atlantic Ocean - Waterfall (Extended Mix)
Arthur Boyd drew a lot of inspiration from religion, mythology and his own personal experiences. In the painting of Nebuchadnezzar on Fire Falling Over a Waterfall, he draws parallels between the biblical figure and Icarus who flew too close to the sun, then he set the scene in the Australian bush. Boyd has said that this work was partly a way of grappling with his trauma of having born witness to a person self-immolating in protest of the Vietnam war. In 1993, Boyd gifted Bundanon to Australia. It was his former home and studio, now an arts organization and trust with a collection of generations of Boyd artists among others. It is a museum, offers classes to artists of all ages and has artist in residence programs. It is absolutely massive (2,700 acres) dedicated not only to the arts, but also environmental preservation. He was an artist and activist to the very end. Arthur Boyd gave all he had in service of improving the environment, his homeland and the world more broadly. Network Survey (fill it out for a chance to win a $500 Amazon gift card) www.surveymonkey.com/r/airwave Arts Madness Tournament links: Check out the Brackets Tell me which artist you think will win this year's tournament Give a shoutout to your favorite teacher (the teacher who gets the most shoutouts on this form by Feb 27 will get a $50 Amazon gift card) Who ARTed is an Airwave Media Podcast. Connect with me: Website | Twitter | Instagram | Tiktok Support the show: Merch from TeePublic | Make a Donation As always you can find images of the work being discussed at www.WhoARTedPodcast.com and of course, please leave a rating or review on your favorite podcast app. You might hear it read out on the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On episode 63, I talk to writer B. Sonenreich about how she has returned to the punk scene after psychotic episodes because it's a place where she's understood and validated. B. talks about using the punk rock ethos as inspiration to find her authentic writing voice and be present in her art and life. merigoldindependent.com/bsonenreich Featured song clips: Small - “Crumbs” from Decathexis (2022) Heavens to Betsy - “Terrorist” from Calculated (Kill Rock Stars, 1994) SUPPORT SCREAM THERAPY: BUY SOME MERCH! teepublic.com/user/scream-therapy About this podcast: Scream Therapy explores the link between punk rock and mental health. My guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like myself. Intro/background music clips: Submission Hold - "Cranium Ache" Render Useless - "The Second Flight of Icarus" Artwork: Luke Ramsey - http://lukeramseystudio.com Contact host Jason Schreurs - email@example.com
This episode we talk about the Russian Olympic doping scandal which was popularized by the Netflix documentary Icarus. - What say you?
Professor Peter Thorne, Director of the ICARUS climate research centre at Maynooth University, discusses a new study that uses artificial intelligence to reach its conclusions.
Prior to GE15, Khairy Jamaluddin boldly stated his ambitions to become the Prime Minister of Malaysia, before his unceremonious sacking from UMNO last week. Will he become a cautionary tale, akin to Icarus flying too close to the sun or is this merely a long opening gambit in the chess game of politics? We hear from Khairy Jamaluddin himself on what happened and his political prospects for the future.
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01. Carlos Pineda - Let It Go (Original Mix) 02. ESSEL - Lennon (Extended Mix) 03. Bassel Darwish - Hype 04. Crimsen & Jordan Arts - How To Love (Extended Mix) 05. Henrik Villard - JordbÃ¦r 06. Pig & Dan - Pull Up To The Bumper (Extended Disco Mix) 07. Yotto - Just Over (Extended Mix) 08. Carlos Pineda - Get Down (Extended Mix) 09. Icarus feat. Lenn - Last Night Felt Like The Future (Extended Mix) 10. Walker & Royce & Ardalan pres. Escapade - Ballroom (Byron The Aquarius Remix) 11. Dave Seaman & Quivver - Just Think 12. Beneath Usual - Passiflore 13. Moodtrax - Jersey Thing 14. CASSIMM, Atlantic Ocean - Waterfall (Extended Mix)
Ever get the feeling that you've been reliving the same scenario everyday? Or perhaps that that you've been reliving the same scenario everyday? If so, then UH-OH! Looks like you've been Groundhogged! Allow Film Fighters Kon 'n Jon to give you the Same Day Treatment with their thoughts and opinions on the squirrely gopher in this freezing new Singlie!Tangents include: Batting Cages, MILFs & Younger Dads, Bill Girly, Biscuits ‘n Gravy, Grand Theft On Auto, Cupid vs Icarus, Breads ‘n Spreads, Grandmaster Slam the 9th, Man Movies, Bennigan's Kilkenny Salad, The Andie MacDowell Tangent, Hand Lasagna (Again), Same Day Treatment, Ned TalksIntro/Outro Music by Math the Band.
When a special envoy to the Enterprise turns out to be Commander Riker's father, some hard hitting blind martial arts fighting ensues as both men need to have it out in the ring. Riker has a hard decision about taking a promotion to leave the Enterprise. A grumpy Worf needs some acupuncture - Klingon Style - and Ruthie and Matthew talk about decision making, ambition, and how we know staying in a place or leaving is right for us. And remember that TREKtalks 2 is Saturday January 14th - an all-day telethon with your favourite Star Trek actors in support of the Hollywood Food Coalition hosted by the Trek Geeks network. The event (both live stream and recording afterward) can be found at Trektalks.net. AND Matthew will be in the event for the TREKtivism panel joined by Jonathan Frakes, Armin Shimerman, John Billingsley, Kitty Swink, and Heidi Roddenberry to talk about how fandom can catalyze social change! Matthew will have a chance to share a recent example - the Star Trek community fundraiser for Esther's Echo, his non-profit organization supporting a school for women and girls in Sierra Leone. So be sure to tune in!
Imprisoned by the sea with his son Icarus, mythological craftsman Daedalus constructed wings to escape. Beeswax held feathers in place, so Daedalus told Icarus not to fly too high or too low: the sun's heat would melt the wax and sea spray would weigh the wings down. Elated, Icarus flew too high--and fell. Like Icarus, the moods of people with bipolar disorder swing from soaring into mania to sinking into depression. This disorder affects at least 2% of the population worldwide, with genetics by far the major contributor. BP is a major cause of disability and can also be a factor in creativity; it often brings with it anxiety, substance abuse, migraines, and more. Treatment includes medication, attention to lifestyle, and psychotherapy that includes relating to archetypal polarities. Jung says, “It is not a matter of indifference whether one calls something a ‘mania' or a ‘god.' To serve a mania is detestable and undignified, but to serve a god is full of meaning and promise.” Dream I am in a restaurant busy with people standing and moving around. I too am standing and have been given a seafood dish in an opaque glass (at first like a fancy stemmed glass for cocktail shrimp) and I slurp some of it down. Looking into the vessel I realize I've been eating raw seahorses. I continue to eat, one and then another, not wanting to be rude. They are slimy, room-temp, and gray. I look again into the vessel, which now is narrow at the top and wide at the bottom as if the seahorses, barely submerged in a grey liquid, are in a dark pit that I have to peer into, and I do realize that some of them are still moving, puckering their lips trying to breathe. I decide I cannot keep eating them. I go to where murky puddles have formed in the cement by the melting ice and crab parts of the kitchen's seafood prep. I assume the puddles to be brackish, or at least can provide a more bearable end of life for the seahorses, so I throw them in by flicking the glass. There are still more seahorses stuck to the bottom of the glass, my flicking hindered by its strange shape. People are standing and talking around the puddles now, so it's discreetly that I quickly flick the rest of the seahorses out, not wanting to be seen doing it and not wanting the seahorses to be seen in the puddles. References Kay Redfield Jamison (multiple books): An Unquiet Mind; Manic-Depressive Illness; Touched with Fire: Manic-Depressive Illness and the Artistic Temperament; Exuberance: The Passion for Life. Jason Thompson. A Jungian Approach to Bipolar Disorder: Rejoining the Split Archetype. https://www.amazon.com/Jungian-Approach-Bipolar-Disorder-Rejoining-ebook/dp/B007WK48X6/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1HH5V7U3VQR2R&keywords=Jason+thompson+Bipolar+disorder&qid=1673898818&sprefix=jason+thompson+bipolar+disorder%2Caps%2C106&sr=8-1 Werner Herzog (film). Grizzly Man. Amazon. Buzz Aldrin. Magnificent Desolation: The Long Journey Home from the Moon. https://www.amazon.com/Magnificent-Desolation-audiobook/dp/B002EDTVBK/ref=sr_1_1crid=8T6PKR5K6DQX&keywords=Buzz+Aldrin+Magnificent+desolation&qid=1673898587&s=books&sprefix=buzz+aldrin+magnificent+desolation%2Cstripbooks%2C109&sr=1-1 Stownpodcast.org (app).
*The story of Steve Jobs's rise, fall and restoration at Apple resembled a Greek epic, and Walter Isaacson was fascinated by the chance to reconstruct this odyssey. *Like the fabled Icarus, Jobs tested the limits of technology and design to soar ever higher. *But while he took a number of nosedives – descending for a time from the heights of Apple's leadership – he never totally crashed to Earth, but was held aloft by his imagination and peerless intuition about the future. *That remarkable inventiveness helped Apple launch a series of planet-changing products, led by Jobs's vision of the sublime integration of art, design, ideas and technology. Theme 1: From Cyberpunk to 1984 Rebel - 0:29 Theme 2: Toy Story and Tinseltown Stardom - 12:03 Theme 3: Apple Renaissance - 20:23 Like what you hear? Be sure to like & subscribe to support this podcast! Also leave a comment and let us know your thoughts on the episode. You can also get a free weekly email about the Book Insight of the week. Subscribe at memod.com/insights Want quick save-able, share-able bullet points on this book? Check out the Memo: https://memod.com/KarinRichey/steve-jobs-the-life-time-and-vision-5705/part-1 HEAR THE FULL INTERVIEWS MENTIONED IN TODAYS' EPISODE HERE: Jobs, Steve. “Text of Steve Jobs' Commencement Address (2005).” Stanford News, 12 June 2017, news.stanford.edu/2005/06/14/jobs-061505/. "Steve Jobs On Pixar Success, Hollywood & Storytelling". Youtube, 2014, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiXK11naSfY. Accessed 1 Mar 2019. "Apple - Think Different - Full Version". Youtube, 2010, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFEarBzelBs. Accessed 1 Mar 2019. Full Title: Steve Jobs Year of Publication: 2011 Book Author: Walter Isaacson To purchase the complete edition of this book click here: https://tinyurl.com/yc4frh4r Book Insight Writer: Kevin Holden Editor: Tom Butler-Bowden Producer: Daniel Gonzalez Production Manager: Karin Richey Curator: Tom Butler-Bowden Narrator: Tom Evans
Hope: from the New York gutter, climbing out of a skipa pile of Banshees outside a film star's bara scene out of a movie or was it all a pre-ordained?We never considered where we were headingJust grasping for distant horizonsCommitment: The Flowerpot men began like early ‘Industrial'When punk's magnetic pulled played mayhem with Adam's Classical training,A gang of Bunnymen pulled Adam out of music school to tour in America after a day drinking and jamming Tom Verlaine's TV Health: beginning to think when it starts to go wrong, and The Sludge drags you down.Music was changing and just like the dinosaurs some big ones got left behindPressure was growing to achieve perfection and Adam left for New York CityThe Gramercy Park Hotel that we knew and loved, Lloyd Cole saves Adam and keeps his Par.Then Adam met Oliver in a bar – with Michail Gorbatschow and Val Kilmer on holdLife began to change… Discovery: Buffalo Bill's place on native American sacred groundThe mountain where the animal's winter, turned Adam's life aroundTime had stood still in NYC – so he loaded up the truck and he moved to Joshua Tree.A Death Valley angel saves Lol from his troublesBudgie hits his Nadir - Lost in France.Honesty: from English Public Schools, Adam, and Pete De Freitas Had to find their place, Africa, Greece or?The 3 Rings of Hell - Music, Literature and HollywoodMoney, Money, Money v Art, Art, Art.The Prologue: beingPart of a Team is KeyLearn when to walk away - Hans Zimmer knows howIt's that Feeling on the back of The NeckWhen it's True – The Message Travels,Back to The Future Blues!Inspirational Memories and Epiphanies: Alan Vega (June 23, 1938 – July 16, 2016) ABOUT ADAM: A unique vision and voice has set him apart in his artistic approach to writing music for picture. His ability to combine a classical music education with free thinking modern electronic techniques helps each score finds its own way to tell a story.His original score for Icarus helped propel the movie to an Oscar win in 2018 for Best Documentary Feature. Previous scores for Oliver Stone movies Snowden and Savages were widely acclaimed. His latest project Biggie; I Got A Story To Tell is currently in Netflix's top movie whilst the score for controversial movie The Dissident has helped push the brutal Khashoggi murder story to the public eye in an emotional and resonant way.Adam works with a wide range of modern directors and creatives. His style successfully crosses genres and transcends convention. His work continues to range from smart independent films to high grossing movies.Following a successful career in bands in the UK , Adam made a full-time move to the United States. The Hollywood creative community embraced Adam's unique sensibility and flair at writing music to picture. His early orchestral writing set the tone on scores for Paddington, Crazy Stupid Love, I Love You, Phillip Morris and Ruby Sparks. These movies showcased Adam's unique spectrum of abilities from left-field electronics to full orchestral writing. Oliver Stone heard his music and initiated a partnership that has spanned several years and projects including feature films Savages and Snowden, documentaries South Of The Border and Mi Amigo Hugo and a 10-part TV series The Untold History Of The United States. Word of his talent lead to numerous collaborations, notably with Hans Zimmer on scores for Spider Man, Rango and The Lone Ranger. His recent modernist and emotional scores for the Iraq War films Sand Castle and The Yellow Birds received notable praise for their original voice.Adam first achieved success in the 80's as keyboard player, cellist and string arranger with the band Echo And The Bunnymen. Their song “The Killing Moon” is now recognised as a British classic and has been featured in over 20 films. His film music is known for its wide variety of sound and emotion, combining orchestral writing with analogue electronics and electric cello.While in London, Adam continued to work/play with groundbreaking artists such as Beth Orton, Siouxsie And The Banshees, Athlete, Mercury Rev, Fischerspooner, The Dream Academy, Lloyd Cole, The Triffids, Neulander, Transvision Vamp, The Flowerpot Men, Family Of God, Alison Moyet and Billy Bragg.Adam was classically trained at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music in London. He has composed and recorded worldwide in London, Paris, New York and Los Angeles. 2019 saw the 30th anniversary of “Beat City,” one of the first songs Adam wrote as a teenager, featured in the classic John Hughes movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off.During the pandemic Adam has spent his time scoring wide ranging documentaries. The Dissident, Biggie Smalls, The Pope and the French artist JR.CONNECT WITH US:Curious Creatures:Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.comFacebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialTwitter: @curecreaturesInstagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialLol Tolhurst: Website: https://loltolhurst.comFacebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whooInstagram: @budgie646 Curious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
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Brace: tri-team volunteer and Daedalus-about-town. Shit: in Nevada right now. What: the 360 and Icarus is. Nonconsensual Greening Man. 4th of Ju-Ranger-Training. Dusky Rangers. No cops; no genders. Blinkie Hospital. Spatula-ing someone sometime. Ask your doctor about head trauma & what it can do for you. B w/o B @ 7000'. MUSIC: Escher Beat, "Sunrise Chillout Set @ Autosub, Burning Man 2015" https://soundcloud.com/escherbeat
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