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One New Person
Returning to Rituals in the Age of Change with Dr. Caitlin O'Connell

One New Person

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 44:12


Dr. Caitlin O'Connell is a scientist, author, and storyteller. She holds a PhD in ecology, holds positions at both Harvard and Stanford, is an award-winning author of non-fiction, children’s books, and graphic novels, AND is a renowned expert on elephants.What’s that got to do with Pivoting, resilience, adaptability, human connection, or even just networking, for that matter?I had no idea. We were connected through a mutual acquaintance and, if I’m being honest, I only agreed out of politeness. I’m so glad that I did. This was the most unexpected, dare I say wild, conversation of the season, and quite possibly my favorite.Dr. O’Connell was just gearing up for a huge fundraising effort for her nonprofit organization, Utopia Scientific when the pandemic wiped out all possible fundraising events for the foreseeable future.In her words, she was forced with a decision: Implode, or explode?And boy did she explode, in the most creative way possible.In this conversation, Caitlin and I discuss everything from the bone conduction properties of elephants, to how hard it is to take our own advice, to the value of pressing pause, and how critical travel is in developing empathy, perspective, and understanding of both ourselves and our place in the world.And of course, we talked about Dr. O’Connell’s new book “Wild Rituals: 10 Lessons Animals Can Teach Us About Connection, Community, and Ourselves.” I’ve just started it, and it’s wonderful.Now an asterisk.Upon listening back to our conversation, I noticed that Caitlin and I both advocated passionately for some things that are only afforded to people of privilege. Pausing during a pandemic, to think critically about the future, was not an option for people who didn’t have savings or financial security. Travel has always been prohibitively expensive - particularly the kind of air travel we discussed, to far off lands and foreign cultures.So, I wanted to underscore once again the critical role of luck, in this case the luck of privilege, in the ability to Pivot success during a pandemic. With that said, this conversation is truly magical and I know you’re going to love it.Connect with Caitlin: Website: https://www.caitlinoconnell.com/Non-profit Website: https://www.utopiascientific.org/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elephant_skinny/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ElephantSkinnyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlineoconnellWatch instead of listening: https://beyondnetworkingpodcast.com/caitlin-oconnell

RockPopandRoll
Ep. 16: Three Bands That Sounded Like Other Bands

RockPopandRoll

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 38:13


There’s always been bands that had some part of their success because they – a little or a lot- sounded like other bands.  The Beatles and Badfinger.  The Beatles and a band called the Knickerbockers with a 1965 hit song called “Lies”.   “Oh Sheila” was a hit for the band Ready For the World that had a sound like Prince. An R&B singer named Fontella Bass sounded a whole lot like Aretha Franklin with a 1965 hit called “Rescue Me” - Greta Van Fleet sounds eerily like Led Zeppelin. So did the 80s band Kingdom Come.  And I always kind of wonder what happened to a band.  How did they go from having hits to having sorta hits, not really being a band anymore.  Did they burn out. Fade away?  Get taken advantage of?  Dropped by the record company.  Implode? In this podcast, we revisit three bands that had hits – big hits – in part because the albums they made sounded a little - or a lot like a more successful band. Not that it made them bad. But that’s the truth. Let’s dig into the careers of Quarterflash, The Outfield, and John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band. Links: Hear Spotify Playlist: Tracks From Bands That Sounded A Little - or a Lot - Like Other Bands Subscribe to RockPopandRoll: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts Or wherever you get your podcasts. Contact us: EMAIL: rockpoprollpodcast@gmail.com TWITTER: http://twitter.com/80srockpopandroll WEBSITE: rockpopandroll.com

Curiosity & Consciousness Podcast
#095 Grief as a Teacher with Victoria Volk

Curiosity & Consciousness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2021 41:28


Victoria Volk is my guest this week. Being a 30+ year griever, Victoria Volk has navigated loss the majority of her life. She's found her purpose in her pain, and today helps other grievers move beyond loss as an Advanced Certified Grief Recovery Specialist both in-person and online. She's also a Reiki Master, Self-Published Author, and hosts her own podcast, Grieving Voices, which is available on all platforms. When she's not working her day job in crop insurance, or side-hustling in her business, The Unleashed Heart, you can find her enjoying quiet living with her husband, 3 kids, and one pooch in rural ND.  https://www.theunleashedheart.com

The School Of Prophets & Seers
Episode 32 - Resurrection - 9.25.20

The School Of Prophets & Seers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2020 36:16


Episode 32 - Resurrection - 9.25.20 - Edward and Anne Kjos - www.sonsofgod.com. To be notified of live podcasts email us at edward@sonsofgod.com.

Grieving Voices
The Manifestation of Grief

Grieving Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2020 15:35


Grief manifests in our lives and, in our bodies, in various ways. Most of us will resort to outward behaviors that are neither helpful and, more often than not, are even hurtful. These behaviors only lead to more secrecy, shame, and grief. And, where there is shame, there is usually a pattern to grieve alone and isolate. Grief also shows up in physical ways as well:heartburnhair lossulcersmigrainesbody achesanxietyIn today's episode, learn and reflect on ways you may be grieving without realizing it.If you are enjoying the podcast, you may also enjoy my weekly newsletter, The Unleashed Letters, (filled with content not shared anywhere else). Support the show (http://paypal.me/theunleashedheart)

Good Morning, RVA!
Good morning, RVA: 763 • 33; more restaurant-only policies; and a good GWAR cover

Good Morning, RVA!

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020


Good morning, RVA! It’s 54 °F, and today you can expect more of the same! Get ready for temperatures in the 60s, rain here or there, and lots of time to spend pensively staring out of the window. Warmer temperatures, at least, should arrive tomorrow.Water coolerAs of this morning, the Virginia Department of Health reports 763 new positive cases of the coronavirus in the Commonwealth and 33 new deaths as a result of the virus. VDH reports 103 new cases in and around Richmond (Chesterfield: 57, Henrico: 22, and Richmond: 35). Since this pandemic began, 162 people have died in the Richmond region. That’s four days in the last week with over 100 new cases in Richmond, Henrico, and Chesterfield combined. Before this week, that’d only happened once—back on May 7th. We know Mayor Stoney has his eye on the data, but I wonder what folks in Chesterfield are thinking as they watch their percent positivity numbers creep upwards. Look at that graph, you can call it flat if you want, but it certainly doesn’t show a fortnight of decrease. If I lived in Chesterfield, which I do not, I might send my Supervisor and County Manager an email with a question or two.Today, City Council’s Finance and Economic Development committee meets at 1:00 PM. I typically never ever talk about this committee because who even understands how money works?? However, this afternoon they’ll consider Councilmember Gray’s RES. 2020-R026 (PDF) which would set up a restaurant-only grant program in the City of Richmond. If I’m reading it right, it returns to restaurants any meals taxes they paid/will pay in March, April, May, and June—minus the bit of meals tax that go toward schools. It also would give restaurants back half of their BPOL tax over that same time period. Again, just cue up and insert my rant about how relief policies are good but we should be holistic in designing them so that other service industry businesses are not excluded. The Mayor’s administration put together an Administrative Impact Statement (PDF) on this resolution, which puts it bluntly: “The program would potentially have a multi-million dollar negative impact on the FY2020 general fund during uncertain economic times without any identified funding source, and add an administrative burden to implement.” Remember, RES. 2020-R026 is a non-binding resolution that just asks the mayor to submit the budget amendment ordinances necessary to create this program.Ben Dennis from WRIC reports that a driver sped off the 95 South exit onto Broad Street, jumped the median, and crashed into a Pulse bus last night. Dennis says three people on the bus were injured. What a terrifying and absolutely preventable situation. If you’ve ever taken that off-ramp, you know it’s singularly designed for speed. It’s practically a runway (pictured above in 2017) that literally ends in a crosswalk used by tons of hospital staff. The State could do all sorts of things to slow drivers down as they rocket off the highway into our City. The State could (finally) create a safe way for folks to walk on that part of Broad Street without crossing two highway ramps. They choose not to, and so stuff like this happens and will continue to happen./r/rva says that Dominion will IMPLODE their old building on Saturday, May 30th, at 7:00 AM. This is the first I’ve seen a scheduled time, and sounds like if you’re fixing to watch an enormous building get blown up, you’ll have to wake up pretty early. Obviously most of Downtown will be closed off, but there are definitely some pretty choice spots to watch from if you think about it for a second.Remember sports and arenas and athletic bands and stuff? Good times. To help you remember the good times, here’s a recording posted on the GWAR YouTube of the VCU Peppas covering GWAR’s “Saddam A Go Go.” This is good and peak Richmond, but, dang. It reminds me of college basketball, and now I’m sad. Thanks to /r/rva for this morning rollercoaster of emotions.This morning’s patron longreadAhmaud Arbery Holds Us AccountableSubmitted by Patron Erin. Another beautifully written piece. This one’s tough to read, but it’s important that you do so.Ahmaud’s birthright to this particular place is strong. His people’s fight to maintain their ownership of this particular place is resolute. The dignity and kindness and richness of culture that they have imprinted on this place is indelible. And while that doesn’t give him any greater right to life and justice than any other human anywhere, it does highlight the depravity of any argument that white men had a right to confront him with guns and end his life simply because he was a black man who stood his ground in their neighborhood, because he didn’t explain and supplicate himself to them. But nobody belonged to this particular place more than Ahmaud Arbery.If you’d like your longread to show up here, go chip in a couple bucks on the ol’ Patreon.

PIPE DREAM PODCAST
I am BETTER THAN!!!!!!

PIPE DREAM PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2019 14:45


40 years of not even knowing what my values were had shaken my life to it’s CORE. In hiding behind my thoughts of I AM BETTER THAN and not looking at what was RELEVANT to my life for reasons of not wanting to deal with the reality that was around me. I thought going to work and making money was serving everyone in my family but never looking at the FACT I was growing more and more distant from everyone in my life. Now in looking at the FACTS, associating feelings towards those FACTS, and now looking at why that is relevant to my life within my values can I see how operating out of alignment with what I wanted in life would IMPLODE everything. My story was the last 10 years has been so out of alignment and disconnected from my TRUE SELF. Sit back and relax and listen to today’s TALE FROM THE TRENCH.

Smithsonian Channel Pick of the Week
What Caused This 1980 Shipwreck to Tear Apart?

Smithsonian Channel Pick of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2019 2:20


On September 9, 1980, the MV Derbyshire went down in the Pacific Ocean - the largest British ship ever lost at sea. A team of investigators send down a remote vehicle camera to find out what happened. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.

‘Splainin’ – Radioactive International

Track list: Innocence Mission – Green Bus MorMor – Whatever comes to mind FAN – What a mistake Ari Roar – Implode — Bad Moves – One thing Michael Rault – New Day Tonight Irong […]

I Love My Shepherd
The Truth About Mental Health: Practical Tools for Anxiety

I Love My Shepherd

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2018 22:55


ILMS 45 – Practical Tools for Anxiety *This podcast is not a replacement for local mental health resources. Please seek counseling or other local resources you have available to address any mental health concern.   4 Part Anxiety Series: Episode 42 – Distinguishing Fear, Worry, and Anxiety Episode 43 - Defining Anxiety: A Recontextualization Episode 44 - Developing a Theology of Anxiety Today – Practical Tools for Anxiety   Scripture often misapplied Mark 9:23-25 “I believe! Help my unbelief!” there will always be a component of doubt in this broken world Psalm 13, when doubts assail The relationship between doubt and anxiety John 17:14-18 Escape it or embrace In the world, with His Truth alongside us Matthew 11:28-30 With us in it v. Jesus just taking care of all the stuff Implode, explode, or rest Implode = shame, rumination, physical manifestation Explode = crying, exercise, praying from our heart’s cry, screaming in a pillow Rest = letting it be what it is, recognize God in it, read the Word Judges 6-7 God invites questions, even weird ones, even full of fear Luke 12:22-32 Relationship between anxiety and worry Emphasis on care of savior, little flock language     Spiritual Care – The Body Keeps the Score https://www.amazon.com/Body-Keeps-Score-Healing-Trauma/dp/0143127748       What would you like to pray about? What weights or pressures do you feel right now? (physical and metaphorical)   *Do not forget to refer to a mental health professional. Spiritual care is different than therapy and other mental health services.   Tools Basic Mindfulness Being in the today, tomorrow has enough trouble of it’s own Beautiful reminders written down http://ilovemyshepherd.com/2018/01/new-word-year-beautiful/ Prayer journal   Music Classical, yes, but any music that’s helpful for you Hard music, loud music, etc. Example: Red- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH-k_6tU9Wc   Gratitude List 30 days, 3-5 things a day, never repeat the same thing   Handwritten cards and texts share the burden, hand it to Christ with someone else   Romans 8:38-39   ilovemyshepherd.com YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd0fe9BbadMkIZwWx-esd-g Facebook - @ilovemyshepherd Twitter -  @ilovemyshepherd           Instagram - @ilovemyshepherdministries

Quickies With Kyle
Some 'Plode-ing Going On

Quickies With Kyle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2017 0:11


Too busy for real words.

GRE Vocabulary Podcast by VictorPrep
Episode 56: Strut around and show off your words!

GRE Vocabulary Podcast by VictorPrep

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2017 16:17


The words for today are: Implode, Strut, Pragmatic, Contentious. VictorPrep's vocab podcast is for improving for English vocabulary skills while helping you prepare for your standardized tests! This podcast isn't only intended for those studying for the GRE or SAT, but also for people who enjoy learning, and especially those who want to improve their English skills. I run the podcast for fun and because I want to help people out there studying for tests or simply learning English. The podcast covers a variety of words and sometimes additionally covers word roots. Using a podcast to prep for the verbal test lets you study while on the go, or even while working out!  If you have comments or questions and suggestions, please contact me at @SamFold or send me an email at sam@victorprep.com Check out the podcast website at VictorPrep.com or the Facebookpage at Facebook.com/victorpreplearning

Today with Tobi Adegboyega
Implode with Faith || Pastor Tobi Adegboyega

Today with Tobi Adegboyega

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2016 30:04


Implode with Faith || Pastor Tobi Adegboyega by NXTION FAMILY

Talk Cocktail
Technology is in your Brain.

Talk Cocktail

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2013 19:35


We are all connected.  In a macro sense the Internet and technology connects us all.  But think about all of our individual networks.  Our social networks, on and off line, our business networks, our networks as customers, as consumers and as family members.  And like a complex venn diagram, these networks get stronger and denser and smarter as they all interconnect with each other.  But is there a point where it’s too much.  Where the density or even the brittleness of these networks, affect our thoughts, our emotions and potentially, like an autoimmune disease, collapse in on themselves  by reaching a kind of break point?That's the jumping off point for brain scientist and entrepreneur Jeff Stibel's book Breakpoint: Why the Web will Implode, Search will be Obsolete, and Everything Else you Need to Know about Technology is in Your Brain.My conversation with Jeff Stibel:

Teen Filmmaking
Implosion Upon Films?

Teen Filmmaking

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2013 4:34


Just recently, famous directors Steven Spielberg and George Lucas talked about the future of films. They stated that the film industry will be worse in the future than it is now due to the increase in ways to watch movies.

Milestogodrugeducation.com
How do we explain celebrity meltdowns (i.e. Charlie Sheen) to our kids?

Milestogodrugeducation.com

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2011 13:14


Hi and welcome to the milestogodrugeducation.com podcast where we simplify a complex subject My classes (4th – 6th graders ) have now been spending an average of 7 minutes of my precious 90 minutes of class time asking questions about Charlie Sheen. Which drug is he on? What has happened to him? Why does he look so bad? He is my neighbor and the helicopters have been driving my parents crazy - will he get arrested for using drugs?   We at Miles To Go (Jonathan and Kelly) have to this point chosen to stay silent about Charlie’s behavior because we do not think that bad celebrity behavior in the name of media attention should be rewarded. We have spoken many times about rewards and consequences in our parent meetings and in our book. Reinforcing bad behavior with a job, press, money, fan letters, sold out shows, and, worst of all, non-stop news coverage only encourages that person/child to repeat that behavior. In his current “show” touring the country, the news clips have shown Charlie becoming a parody of himself, repeating lines like “I’m on a drug, it’s called Charlie Sheen.”   If we stand in his shoes, there are no signals telling him NOT to repeat his behavior. He is getting support from everyone who wants to see someone implode publicly for the chance to laugh at them. He is getting support from all the drug users who want to support their party life style as “cool.” He is getting support from everyone who wants to ogle at his free-wheeling sex life as he calls Hugh Hefner “an amateur.”   Let’s now stand in his parents’ shoes for a moment. I can speculate that they are heartbroken. No parent, no matter how old the child is, can easily stand by and watch their child be in an unhealthy mental state and physical danger from their behavior. As with every drug user, there are others who must share the pain caused by that use. These people are shut out of the user’s life and are forced to stand by and watch a public destruction. I’m sure this is not what Charlie’s parents thought would happen when they first held their baby in the hospital 45 years ago. Reports say that his family has tried repeatedly to help him in every way possible, but he is an adult with limitless money who is not ready for help. A person doesn’t reach out for help with drugs or mental issues until they have the ability to recognize that they are in trouble or danger. He may not be receptive to help until he is caught doing something illegal and is arrested; and if history is any indication, not even then! If Charlie is arrested or institutionalized, he may be able to detox, or at the very least get a mental health evaluation. Drugs or mental illness appear to have robbed him of the ability to be introspective.   Now let’s stand in our kids’ shoes. Public spectacles like this can be confusing to kids. Some of them are scared for Charlie and his children. Some are wondering why people are laughing and why nobody seems to be helping him. The exact same thing happened when Brittany Spears was the media target of bad behavior, when Anna Nicole Smith had her own reality show. Every time Lindsay Lohan goes to court, my child is heartbroken. The kids in my class will all blurt out their analyses about him all at the same time, and we now we have 20 kids spreading misperceptions to each other like the old telephone game. I stop this immediately, because I have a strict rule in drug education classes: when someone asks a question in my class, the kids are not allowed to teach each other by blurting out everything they know about the subject/person. They learn from me, not from each other. The unfortunate part about this is that it seems there will be another Charlie, Lindsay and Anna Nicole coming in the future.   Standing in our own shoes doesn’t make the road much easier to navigate. For adults, parents and teachers this is a tough subject. Most of us are not mental health professionals, and those of us who are must remember not to assess a person from an edited television interview. What seems obvious to most adults is not obvious to kids, teens and young adults, so, as tedious as this next section sounds, every little detail needs to be explained. If you use business 101 and psychology 101, you’ll be surprised how children as young as 4th grade can understand this concept.   This is how I’ve been explaining it in my classroom: drugs are a business! Everyone is in it for the money, and everyone gets a piece of the pie. This is a subject that is integrated into my Myths Around the World class for 4th -6th graders. Charlie has multiple addictions: the first is drugs and alcohol, the second is fame. The liquor store makes money from his alcohol purchases. The drug dealer makes money from his cocaine purchases. The blogger makes money from the ads that people click on or the pop up advertising at their web or blog site. The cigarette company is thrilled every time he is seen smoking their product because it is free advertising for them on TV, where it is illegal for them to advertise. The news makes money by promoting Charlie Sheen latest antics, and then they sell advertising based on how many people watch their program.   Charlie then starts selling t-shirts, or is paid for an interview, sells tickets to a live show. He needs to keep generating money to pay for the drugs that his brain and body are craving. He needs to have fans on his side to encourage the television stations to give him a TV show or internet web show. He also needs to keep acting outrageously so that he earns enough money to pay the people around him to stay with him. For example, besides his obligations to pay for his house, food and children, he needs to pay for his manager, his t-shirt business partners who make, package and ship the t-shirts, a publicist to arrange for the press to cover his antics, accountants to manage his money, and lawyers to make the deals and sign the legal contracts for him to appear on the shows.   You also have to explain to your children what a “Yes Man” is and how it works.  People with power/money tend to keep “yes” people around them. They are the people who always say yes to the person with power so that they can keep being paid in cash, paychecks, advertising or drugs. If Charlie’s girlfriend keeps telling him “Yes, Charlie, you are funny, popular and cool,” then the girlfriend keeps getting clothes, drugs, a place to live and a party lifestyle with the cameras/press taking her picture. (Imagine what her parents think!) Does this mean that people with power and money are always right or should always be told yes? Of course not! Fair and clear thinking individuals will surround themselves with people who will tell them the truth. If someone tells Charlie the truth, will that person be fired? Probably, because Charlie is not a clear thinking person right now due to the drugs or mental illness clouding his judgment.  At present, “yes” is what Charlie wants. He appears to have reached the point where madness is normal and what the rest of us see as normal is, to him, the epitome of madness.   Many parents’ default position is to answer their kids’ questions with the statement, “He’s crazy.” Unfortunately, this is not an answer; it’s a delaying tactic to avoid the real answer, because a considered answer is so difficult to explain. It is never appropriate to label a person as “crazy,” no matter how easy it is and how quickly it slips out of our mouths. There has been much speculation about Charlie being bi-polar. This, of course, is very difficult to assess from our living rooms, but Charlie’s behavior does appear to be manic, and unfortunately, it may be followed by a deep and threatening depression that many have speculated could lead to overdose or suicide. This is not a topic suitable for young children. Stay where you are comfortable with the discussion and don’t get into heavier psychology than you are adequately ready to explain.      Here’s what I say to my students: “He is a man in trouble, with something going on inside his head that is very complicated and difficult to understand.”   First, it is the way the drugs are making him react and behave. Second, he is doing what we call imploding. Let’s go to Merriam Webster for this definition of Implode: 1.a : to burst inward b : to undergo violent compression 2.: to collapse inward as if from external pressure; also : to become greatly reduced as if from collapsing 3.: to break down or fall apart from within : self-destruct.  Now kids hear this and picture in their heads that a brain is collapsing inside his skull (remember kids are literal thinkers). So, explain that inside his head the drugs can change the very sensitive chemistry and inner workings of the brain and his thoughts.   The pressure to make money and watch his career fall apart is causing him stress.  I’m going to use Merriam Webster’s C and D definitions and I’ve listed the examples of stress below. Incorporate your own examples of stress to include something that may be stressful for your child that they can internalize the definition. From MW- Stress: c: a physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor in disease causation d: a state resulting from a stress; especially: one of bodily or mental tension resulting from factors that tend to alter an existent equilibrium http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stress Examples of usages of the term STRESS from Merriam Webster’s free online dictionary: 1.      She uses meditation as a way of reducing stress. 2.      Hormones are released into the body in response to emotional stress. 3.      She is dealing with the stresses of working full-time and going to school. 4.      He talked about the stresses and strains of owning a business. 5.      Carrying a heavy backpack around all day puts a lot of stress on your shoulders and back. 6.      To reduce the amount of stress on your back, bend your knees when you lift something heavy. 7.      The ship's mast snapped under the stress of high winds. 8.      measuring the effects of stresses on the material   Ultimately, I think we want our children to strive for empathy and understanding. We can feel disgust and anger when important news stories are pushed aside and replaced with sensationalized headlines about another celebrity falling apart, but I still feel it’s important to talk to my students about understanding that something very serious is happening to another human being. We need to understand that Charlie is in trouble, but he doesn’t understand what is happening to his brain and body. For now, he has destroyed his legitimate career and business relationships, but most importantly, he has hurt himself and his family relationships. That doesn’t mean that his parents don’t love him, but that they are emotionally hurt, sad, disappointed and scared for their child. Charlie is an adult, but he is still someone’s child, and no parent wants to watch anything bad happen to his or her child. In the end, that is why we are talking about this today. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/empathy?show=0&t=1302361480   Post Script: there are ads on our blog page and website as well, but to date I think we’ve made about 90 cents in a year and we pay $60 per month for web and email service! We’re not the example of bloggers who make money, but I do see there is a contradiction.   Post Script 2: A big mommy-hug to Gayle King for vowing not to talk about Charlie Sheen or promote and sensationalize his behavior.   Post Script 3: Hopefully, there will come a day when the pendulum swings the other way and we will spend less time with the lurid details of the next celebrity self-destruction and more time strengthening the relationships with family and friends that really matter. (Pardon me if you don’t see me holding my breath.)

#PositronicRadio - EBM, Synthpop, Futurepop, Aggrotech, Industrial

For this week, I decided that since Saturday was my birthday, that I'd select some tracks that helped me get into this genre of music that I love so much, so it's a look back at great tracks, in my opinion.VNV Nation - Darkangel - Taken from "Empires".Covenant - Figurehead (Plain Version) - Taken from "Theremin EP".Assemblage 23 - Disappoint - Taken from "Failure".In Strict Confidence - Kiss Your Shadow - Taken from "Love Kills!".Rotersand - Merging Ocean (Album Version) - Taken from "Truth is Fanatic".De/Vision - Try to Forget (Radio-Forg-Edit) - Taken from "Zehn (Best Of)".Wolfsheim - Once In A Lifetime - Taken from "Spectators".The Cruxshadows - Cruelty - Taken from "The Mystery of the Whisper / Until the Voices Fade".Blutengel - Bloody Kisses - Taken from "Seelenschmerz".Juno Reactor - God Is God - Taken from "Bible of Dreams".Front Line Assembly - Prophecy - Taken from "Implode".

That Show with Those Guys (iPod)
that show - episode four: the palazzo

That Show with Those Guys (iPod)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2008 51:46


This week's episode features hosts Jason, Kerry and new guy Bryan as they crash a suite at The Palazzo, the strip's newest casino and all-suite hotel. Those guys deal with unfortunate nicknames, continued video problems and alien invasions while revealing their perspectives on a previously unreleased Bond flick, sexy TV replacement hosts and local slot players... and don't miss the details about the T-Shirt giveaway.

That Show with Those Guys (AppleTV)
that show - episode four: the palazzo

That Show with Those Guys (AppleTV)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2008 51:46


This week's episode features hosts Jason, Kerry and new guy Bryan as they crash a suite at The Palazzo, the strip's newest casino and all-suite hotel. Those guys deal with unfortunate nicknames, continued video problems and alien invasions while revealing their perspectives on a previously unreleased Bond flick, sexy TV replacement hosts and local slot players... and don't miss the details about the T-Shirt giveaway.