Host Garnett Ankle returns to live radio today after twenty months. His last recorded talk show was on Independence Day, Sunday, July 4, after which he took some personal time away. Today's show is dedicated to the memory of a friend and colleague, Mikki Barnes, host of Mikki's Room which continues to air by other hosts at its usual time of 10PM Eastern every Saturday for four hours. Mikki recently passed away after illness. On the show today, Garnett opens the phone line and takes calls. Today, there is no special topic. The caller may talk about anything on their mind. Garnett speaks on the state of affairs in the United States. The nation is becoming anti-democratic, and more racist, with the Republican Party leading the charge. Listen as some interesting callers/listeners call in to speak with Garnett.
Today, we're joined by Elliott Smith's close friend and publicist, Dorien Garry. Although they had already known each other for a little while, the two cemented their friendship when Elliott moved to New York City in the late '90s and stayed for a while at Dorien's apartment. At this time, Dorien was also working at Girlie Action, the PR agency that represented Elliott. So, in this interview Dorien talks about their friendship, how it developed over the years and how another one of their good friends in New York inspired the song she's chosen to talk about today. Hope you enjoy it! Extra things to look at / listen to: Independence Day by Elliott Smith: https://open.spotify.com/track/3pM7gfel0ho7yVJw4KK5Eq?si=27891cc0611b4787 XO by Elliott Smith: https://open.spotify.com/album/1zOxlHQGGV6EH7n4OIFTyh?si=cbt2IPMvQVelsBTmTZvNqw Elliott Smith discusses the origin of Independence Day: https://soflawedanddrunkandperfectstill.wordpress.com/2017/04/17/i-was-actually-thinking-about-someone-in-particular/ My Favourite Elliott Smith Song is produced by Rob Comba and Elizabeth Withstandley. Find us on social media @myfavesmithsong.
RESHADRADIO aka Reshad Sadiq teamed up with his brother from the BX BOROUGH, FNG! Recorded back in July, The line up of shows and content overflowed and now we getting it back out to y'all. Get the Stereo app if you wanna be there live when it happens! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reshadradio/message
Jen talks to retired actor, Lisa Jakub, who is now an author and mental wellness advocate. Jen finds a kindred spirit in Lisa as someone who gets super HAPPY talking about their panic attacks. Lisa tells all about what it was like to walk away from acting after having been in movies like Mrs. Doubtfire and Independence Day and walk into the unkonwn and eventually into a career where she helps others who have anxiety, panic, and even helps war veterans with PTSD. Show notes: Find Lisa Jakub at https://hellolisajakub.com Her latest book is: "Not Just Me: Anxiety, Depression and Learning to Embrace Your Weird" available here: https://hellolisajakub.com/not-just-me and her podcast titled "Embrace Your Weird" can be found here: https://hellolisajakub.com/podcast Anxiety Bites is distributed by the iHeartPodcast Network and co-produced by Dylan Fagan and JJ Posway. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Have you ever wondered why we set off fireworks on the Fourth of July? The tradition goes back to the start of America’s nationhood. In 1777, one year after the Declaration of Independence was signed, the anniversary was celebrated in Philadelphia with a parade, speeches, and fireworks. Boston was the first city to declare July 4th an official holiday in 1783. Congress finally made it a national holiday in 1870. Even before it took place, the Passover was declared by God to be Month One Year One on Israel’s calendar (vv. 2, 14). The tenth day would be their Independence Day! Passover was the flip side of the tenth plague: The Egyptian firstborn would die—”judgment on all the gods of Egypt” (v. 12)—but God had determined that the Israelites would live. Because they sacrificed a lamb and put its blood on their doorposts, the angel of death would “pass over” that house and spare the family inside (vv. 7, 13). The lamb would then be roasted and served as the main dish of the Passover meal. Bread without yeast was another symbolic part of that meal (v. 15). No yeast indicated haste or hurry, that is, how quickly the Egyptians wanted them gone! The absence of yeast also came to signify holiness, purity, or consecration. Moses proclaimed Passover as a national holiday, to be celebrated in the future in the Promised Land (vv. 24–27). This declaration was an act of faith—Moses trusted completely that what God said would happen. And his obedience matched his faith. He told the elders of Israel to “go at once” to carry out the instructions (vv. 21–23). The Israelites would remember, through the ages, the mighty work of God on their behalf. That’s why Jewish people still celebrate Passover today! >> Just as the Israelites were saved by a lamb’s blood, so we are saved by the blood of Christ (1 Cor. 5:7). If you’ve never done so, we urge you to trust Him for your salvation!
Independence Day (1996) : Freda and Abi Uncut!We're on a break from our regular episodes this week so here's the full unedited version of our Independence Day episode! Join in to find out if the wikihow guidance on telepathy works!??! We gush over Goldblums charisma, Abi tries to explain who Brent Spiner is and Freda has a new segment! Oh and we talk about aliens, telepathy and computer viruses...science stuff!Just who is Weird Al Yankovic?!Some articles for reference:https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/nov/08/how-we-made-independence-day-roland-emmerichhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQ0LBOPZoLIhttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/scientists-prove-that-telepathic-communication-is-within-reach-180952868/http://personal.bgsu.edu/~swellsj/xenolinguistics/telepathy.htmlSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the pilot, they touch on lots of touchstones. In the finale, Kevin gets whiny about Winnie and hangs out with the Copacabana mariachi band guys. According to Jim, ALF, Vice Versa, Halloween H20, Wade Boggs, Jencos, Luol Deng, Skrillex, Independence Day, Field of Dreams, Home Alone, and Michael Dinner are also discussed.
Welcome back to Coffee Break English! This week we're with Kate, in the USA. She talks about an important day in her country - Independence Day, and we learn some phrasal verbs with take.Coffee Break English can help you improve your English with short lessons - the perfect time to enjoy a cup of coffee while learning. The course is presented in slow English which is easy to understand. Don't worry if you don't understand every word, it's more important to get the general meaning. This course is for you if you learnt some English at school or if you want to review the basics. Coffee Break English can help you improve your accuracy and understanding of English, to prepare you for many situations like using English at work, visiting an English-speaking country, taking exams, or talking with English-speaking friends. Find out more about Coffee Break English at https://coffeebreakacademy.com/p/coffee-break-english-season-2.In each episode of the audio lessons, one of our colleagues from an English-speaking country tells us about an aspect of life or culture in their country. In season two, we will hear from our colleagues in the USA, the UK, Canada and Australia, and we will hear new voices from South Africa, Ireland and the Caribbean.Mark and Josie guide you through the text, explaining the language and helping you understand it better. Each text focuses on a specific language point, including tenses, prepositions, phrasal verbs, and much more. In addition to the main audio lesson, the course contains lesson notes, which explain the language in the lesson in more detail and provide a transcript of the text; practice exercises; a video version of the lesson; bonus audio episodes; and vocabulary lists in many different languages.Coffee Break English is presented in English, to give you lots of practice, but we also provide a vocabulary list for each lesson in lots of languages, to give you a little extra help. If you speak Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish, we have a vocabulary list for you.Follow Coffee Break English on social media:Facebook - https://facebook.com/coffee-break-english-podcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/coffeebreakenglish_/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week the Geek Peak is back with part two of our Alien discussion. This week the guys are talking about their favorite alien films including Predator, The Thing, Lilo and Stitch, Independence Day, War of the Worlds and more! They also discuss what qualifies as an alien film and whether Guardians of the Galaxy counts as an alien film and Chris talks about a stroke of good luck involving the Black Keys. Be sure to tune in to our Twitch.tv/geekpeakpod or on our Youtube for our live watchalong of Scream on October 15th, 2021. | Geekpeakpod.com | Patreon.com/geekpeakpod | geekpeakpod.Threadless.com | | | Songs Starlight- Muse | The Weight of Love - The Black Keys | Losing My Mind - Angels & Airwaves | Aliens Exist - Blink 182 | | Drinks: Hopped by Ziggy Juicy IPA | Bud Light Seltzer: Fully Flannel | Oktoberfest - Big Storm Brewing |
This week we are returned by friend of the show Maxwell Cody of the Schizotopia.net podcast to discuss China's entrance into the global film market and how this affects the American film industry. We review a number of movies including Red Dawn (1984) and its remake (2012), Rambo III, Independence Day and its sequel and The Wandering Earth (2019) which was produced by the Chinese government. Very thought provoking discussion for fans of both of our respective shows. Follow Maxwell on twitter @brainorigami and on IG @schizotopia.pod and check out his podcast Schizotopia.net wherever you find podcasts and check out his site at www.schizotopia.net Don't forget to join our Telegram channel at T.me/historyhomos and to join our group chat at T.me/historyhomoschat and check out Scott's PC gaming stream at Twitch.tv/historyhomos. The video version of the show is available on Youtube, bitchute, odysee and our telegram channel and all of those can be reached through the Link.tree in any of our social media bios. To support the show best subscribe to our channel on Rokfin at www.rokfin.com/historyhomos and you will get access to our weekly premium episode as well as all of the other premium content on rokfin. Any questions comments concerns or T-shirt requests can be leveled at firstname.lastname@example.org Later homos --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/historyhomos/support
The President of Brazil is reluctant to play by the rules. Elections are due next year and Bolsonaro is increasingly at loggerheads with his country's democratic system. Between battles with the Supreme Court and a push to change the voting system, he is willing to go to great lengths to secure a second term. Tanya Beckett takes a closer look at Brazil's politics and whether the country's constitution is being tested. Researcher: Natasha Fernandes Editor: Richard Vadon (Bolsonaro waves to supporters during a demonstration on Brazil's Independence Day, 7th Sept 2021 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Credit: Alexandre Schneider /Getty Images)
Imagine yourself in California at a clearing in a large forest. And it's on fire. There are three groups of people standing before you. A large group is screaming and running around pointing at the fire. They're yelling that we need to do something, anything we can to stop the fire. Meanwhile, there is another group (not as large) with their backs to the fire. They are mocking and ridiculing the group running around panicking. They tell them to calm down and to stop ordering people around. They insist there isn't anything wrong at all. Of course, the largest group of people are standing between these groups and looking behind those panicking at an intact forest and behind the ones who don't notice the giant flames licking at the backs of the those ridiculing the screamers. These people aren't sure what to do but in the interest of safety feel that getting away from the flames is probably the right decision. They tend to stand with the group that's worried. Obviously, this analogy describes our current situation with COVID in America. Most are not in one of the extreme camps. But we either identify with one or are left standing unsure of what to do or think. What needs to be done, and what I did with my friend Dr. David Graham in April of 2020, is to try and be reflective and better understand what it is that we are dealing with. What are the biological, historical, and medical facts or suppositions that we can make to understand this pandemic? If we return to our analogy of the forest fire, it would be best if we could somehow hop up in a hot air balloon and look down at the situation to assess what would be the best individual actions and true scope of the problem. History and biology could be used to understand the nature of fires, how they spread, what do you do to stop them, and what they are likely to do in their course. Contrary to popular opinion, we have some rough ideas about what happens in pandemics and where we will end up. And THAT is the critical fact that we have to accept - those in all camps and in between. Because if we get THAT wrong, then we get everything else wrong. The critical question we must ask is what is the endpoint for this pandemic? What is the biological consequence for SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) and its effect on humans. We have to agree on the ultimate end point in order to get our policies and strategies right for surviving the pandemic. What became obvious to us in April of last year was that this virus, despite some government efforts at the time, would become endemic. It would join the other four coronaviruses that currently cause the common cold as a virus that will circulate forever throughout the human population. It will not get eradicated. It will infect everyone probably multiple times throughout your life. This is the biological history of endemic coronaviruses. It really is the way all these common respiratory viruses operate. Rhinovirus, adenovirus, parainfluenza virus - they infect your upper respiratory tract (nose, sinus, mouth) and cause a cold because although you don't have enough antibodies to prevent infection (because they've waned over time or it's a new variant that looks different enough to evade your antibody response) you have memory T and B cells that mount a quick response after infection to prevent a systemic or lower respiratory infection (pneumonia). We know you get this immunity as a child and anyone who has kids knows small children are always sick with runny noses as they are constantly exposed to these different cold viruses which builds up their long term immunity to them when exposed later in life. The mRNA vaccines are a medical miracle and trick your body into generating an immune response. It's not magical (except the technology) and an elegant way to get your body to do the work so when it sees the real virus in the wild, it will seek it out and destroy it. But respiratory viruses often infect us before we can mount a complete immune response so you get sick and can transmit the virus. This isn't a failure - your body has done what it needs to do - and so has the virus which just wants to reproduce and move to the next host. We live in an equilibrium with these viruses, we develop immunity when we're young so if we are exposed when we're older we can prevent really bad outcomes. But we get sick and the virus continues to circulate in the world's population with different viruses coming and going. It's a sort of dance. So what does this all have to do with our wild fire? Well, we know this thing will burn until there isn't any fuel. And fuel is considered people without immunity to the virus. There are only two ways to get immunity - a vaccine or infection. Until the virus has burnt all the fuel, it will continue to burn - there is nothing we can do to stop it. We might slow it down, we might find ways of treating the fuel on fire (although most treatments for viruses are not very good), but ultimately, everyone is going to get it. What does history tell us about coronaviruses? Well, until SARS-CoV-2, we had four endemic coronaviruses that cause colds. The youngest is OC43 which researchers believe jumped from cows to humans in the late1800s. This was at the same time as the “Russian Flu” worked its way around the world so perhaps that flu was actually a coronavirus. If so, OC43 caused a lot more problems to humans back then who were older and naive to the virus according to the news reports from all over the world. But by now, we have all had multiple infections with OC43 and its variants from when we were kids to today where we usually feel terrible for a few days or maybe a week. Over time, the virus does ‘mutate' towards becoming more benign and infectious but that usually takes a long time. Anyway, it serves as a useful road map for what might happen to us in our biological dance with this new unwelcome visitor. We also know, that immunity to these respiratory viruses wanes over time. Either with natural infections or vaccines. The only way you can develop better immunity is through booster shots or infections. But what we really care about - ending up in the hospital - is focused almost entirely on the non-immune. This is a nasty bug, it affects the obese and elderly the most and it isn't going anywhere. It has definitely killed hundreds of thousands of Americans. So this gets us to the important policy considerations - if we know that it is endemic (which was obvious over a year ago) then how should we approach our public health? Obviously, the only point to slowing the spread at this time is if you could get those without any immunity (no infection and no vaccine) vaccinated to minimize the number of people clogging our hospitals. But you can't get to any vaccination rate that will stop the spread of the virus. There is no herd immunity threshold - no number of vaccinated and immune to perfectly prevent its spread. Besides the fact that our ability to slow the spread is questionable anyway, it just doesn't make a difference in the end. We are all going to get this virus. Somewhere, there's a date with you and you and you and me with this virus. Whether you've been vaccinated or not you will almost assuredly get infected. If you have some immunity through a vaccine or previous natural infection, you are much less likely to get very sick. So mandating vaccines - if we agreed that it was wise and just - wouldn't matter much to those who are vaccinated. It may slow the spread and delay the next time they're exposed but they will still get it when their immunity wanes. And again and again. If your mitigation measures worked, all you would do right now is extend the time it takes for everyone to get immunity unless you believe you can convince those who won't get immunized to get the vaccine. Even so, that only really benefits those who have chosen to not protect themselves while inconveniencing everyone else and taking away a lot of rights and simple joys of life. It's easy to see how we got here. Mission creep is not just something that happens with the military - it happens in public policy too. By believing that we could prevent people from getting infected, we have embarked on a strategy that is unwindable and with no clear end point. There is a preponderance of evidence that people can get reinfected multiple times with COVID and after vaccination. Both through research and observational data we know that infections with SARS-CoV-2 will continue to happen forever whether you are vaccinated or not, whether you have had it before and recovered, and no matter where in the world you are living. Fundamentally, we have been chasing a zero-COVID strategy in almost every aspect of our society. Obviously, vaccines are a great idea for those who are at risk. I like to point out to how getting chicken pox (Varicella) as an adult is a completely different experience for an adult than it is a child. Adults can die from chicken pox whereas kids almost never do. Also, an infection of varicella puts you at risk of getting shingles later in life which can cause pain and a host of other problems. This is one reason why we vaccinate children for chicken pox. But clearly, vaccination (since we know it won't stop transmission in its tracks no matter how high the rate is) is a strategy to keep people out of the hospital and free up hospital resources for other things like heart attacks, strokes, cancer, etc. Masks, lockdowns, testing and quarantining and any other mitigation efforts are Zero-COVID policies which are of dubious efficacy and ultimately, make no difference since we will all get infected eventually. The most sensible reason to resist vaccine mandates, masking rules, and various lockdown measures in the US at this point is because they are attempting to stop what cannot be stopped. Even 60% of the deer in Michigan have had COVID and serve as a reservoir for the virus along with mice. SARS-CoV-2 is not going anywhere so acting like you can keep it out is akin to wrapping yourself with a towel when you go swimming to stay dry. Perhaps you could argue that you are waiting until there is a childhood vaccine but that might take months or years until you get large enough numbers of kids' parents to get their kids vaccinated. What target are you looking at? It is exceedingly rare for kids to get really sick with this virus. Do these measures justify affecting their socialization and education and all the other aspects of life we take for granted? Is it worth having every child see other people as disease vectors rather than unique individuals to whom they can get to know, collaborate, play, love, and innovate? Some might argue that the infirm or immunocompromised (like those with solid organ transplants) are at risk and we should encourage vaccination to protect them. Again, the vaccinated can still spread the virus and the only thing vaccination does is frees up hospital resources (which is important). However, once people have had an infection once or maybe twice, they are much less likely to clog the hospitals. Either way, all you're doing is maybe buying some time with these extreme measures but not significantly altering the course of the pandemic in any significant way. The effect of all these mitigation measures falls hardest on our youth. They are the ones who need socialization the most. They are the ones who need interactions for learning the most. I'd argue that right now our greatest generation is our youth, (gen Z and gen alpha) as they have given up the unique experiences of high school sports, graduation, dances, gatherings, the arts - in order to protect the elderly in our society. They have given up so much and we must recognize that and always ask ourselves how much more do we need them to sacrifice to slow the spread of an inevitable disease. We have become so locked in to thinking that we need a zero-COVID strategy to slow the spread that we have forgotten that that was only supposed to last as long as it took to protect those who wanted protection. We've gotten there and now it's time to allow those who want to isolate go do it and let everyone else go about their lives. Dr. Eric Larson is the host of the Paradocs Podcast and an anesthesiologist in private practice. show notes Episode 146: Today's show Surgery Center of Oklahoma: Dr. Smith's 100% price transparent surgery center in Oklahoma City, OK. Episode 143: We were so, so, so, so right about COVID Episode 134: Dr. Jay Bhattacharya on how science is now broken Episode 132: Dr. Monica Gandhi on T cells and long term immunity Episode 128: Dr. Noorchashm on immunity from prior infections to SARS-CoV-2 Episode 127: Independence Day from COVID Locum Story: Today's sponsor who helps you find locum work as a doc. 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Wednesday, September 29, 2021: Today on the 4&3 Podcast, Faithwire's Dan Andros breaks down today's top stories along with Tré Goins-Phillips.*Lebron James Refuses to Demand Others Get Vaccinated*The SBC's executive committee has sparked outrage after its “unprecedented” vote regarding an investigation into sexual abuse*DHS reportedly holds up another plane from Kabul with Americans and refugees*After being stopped this year by the Biden administration, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has already applied to host Independence Day fireworks at Mt. Rushmore next summer
David Arnold who scored five James Bond films, Independence Day and the music for Sherlock talks to Colin about being riddled with doubt, his favourite James Bond film, working with Chris Cornell for Casino Royale and being mixed up with the other David Arnold. Midnight Meets is part of Colin Murray's BBC Radio 5 Live show which is on Monday to Thursday, 10.30pm to 1am – or available whenever you want via the BBC Sounds app.
The fellas go all in on Doubt. Ground covered includes a rare semi-cold open featuring space monkeys and severe haircuts, the cheapening of information due to overabundace, Descartes, the Matrix, the cynical fabrications of doubt around our elections, the lack of critical thinking in modern society, the necessity of showing your work, skepticism, cynicism, pessimism, nihilism and a whole bunch of isms, theatre capacity as a tool to interpret statistics, the importance of a large data pool, the human desire for certainty, and of course, Independence Day.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/barflysbflies)
SOCA THERAPY - SEPTEMBER 19, 2021: This week's Soca Therapy episode spotlighted St. Kitts & Nevis in the Top 8 Countdown as it was their Independence Day. Big up DJ Tero for co-hosting! We also played new music on the Brunch Fete riddim, Queendom and Coasin riddims. Play it loud!!Follow Dr. Jay @socaprince, @socatherapy and @studywithjoanne“Like” Dr. Jay on http://facebook.com/DrJayOnline
We all love the fireworks and parades on Independence Day, but it seems that Constitution Day is pretty much ignored. So let's remember why we have a Constitution, what it was created to do, and what We the People can do to use it to protect not only our rights, but those of our families, our neighbors, and everyone...
This week the lads cover Mike's Xbox misadventures (Part 2), UFO, The Departed, Lower Decks (Paul's take) Friday 13th Part 6: Jason Lives, The Abyss, Independence Day, Star Trek: Journey to the Silver Screen, Sound of Cinema, Jackie Brown and MORE Subscribe (and review us) at Apple Podcasts Check out Mike's other show The Rewatch Project Feedback appreciated at email@example.com and hang with us on facebook
Big Monster Month continues on the Late Night Fright and we have spared no expense this time! Journey with your horror hosts, Dan and Faith, to a little island off the coast of Coast Rica where industrialist John Hammond has been busy building a biological preserve with some rather interesting creatures… From director Steven Spielberg (JAWS, CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK) and author/screenwriter Michael Crichton (WESTWORLD, CONGO, E/R) comes an adventure 65 million years in the making, 1993's JURASSIC PARK. Sam Neill (DEAD CALM, ESCAPE PLAN), Laura Dern (WILD AT HEART, TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN), and Jeff Goldblum (THE BIG CHILL, INDEPENDENCE DAY) are about to come face to face with dinosaurs! Some are friendly vegetarians and others have a taste for meat…and blood… Widely considered to be one of the finest action/thrillers ever made, JURASSIC PARK is a spiritual sequel to Spielberg's massive 1975 hit JAWS and revolutionized special effects and blockbuster filmmaking in much the same way that 1977's STAR WARS did. Pour yourself a cup of coffee, put your feet up and get ready to howl at the moon because it is time for the Late Night Fright, broadcasting live from WKMF Cozy Corner Public Radio! E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Visit us at https://thelatenightfright.podbean.com Check out a great analysis of the JURASSIC PARK score here Join us next time for 2016's award winning Japanese film SHIN GODZILLA! Stay spooky! Be sure to check out www.wideawakecoffee.com!
There's been a lot of talk of and concerns raised, about food fortification recently -- which is the adding of one or more nutrients to a staple food, aiming to compensate for deficiencies in large populations. In in his Independence Day speech this year, Prime Minister Modi said that all rice distributed in the government systems, including in the public distribution system and for midday meals, would be fortified by 2024. Considering the burden of anaemia in India, iron is to be one of the nutrients added to rice. The government has already launched a pilot programme in 15 districts, using fortified rice for distribution. But does all our rice need to be fortified? Is iron deficiency the only cause of anaemia? How big is our anaemia burden? And is there evidence to show that iron fortification will work, or are there other steps that policy-makers could try? Guest: Dr Anura Kurpad, professor of physiology and nutrition at St John's Medical College, Bengaluru Host: Zubeda Hamid Write to us at email@example.com
Estimates say more than 100,000 people hit the streets in Brasília and Sao Paulo on Sept. 7, Brazil's Independence Day. The numbers are far short of what President Bolsonaro was calling for — but it was still big.
Bolsonaro is threatening to disregard Supreme Court rulings from now on. So how should the political system react to a president who doesn't want to play by the rules? (This episode was recorded live on Tuesday, Sep 7.)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brazilianreport)
Macedonia's independence was declared on the 8 September 1991, after the referendum results that reflected the desire of it's citizens in favour of sovereign independent state. - "Да ви честитам слободна, суверена и самостојна Македонија" беа зборовите на Киро Глигоров на 8 септември 1991 година што ја обзнанија одлуката на македонските граѓани, нивната држава да го продолжи својот пат како самостојна и суверена држава, независна од тогашната југословенска федерација.
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In our new episode of the Explaining Ukraine podcast, we look at developments in and around Ukraine in August 2021. Last month, the country celebrated the 30th anniversary of the restoration of its independence; the launch of the Crimean Platform gathered representatives from 46 countries and institutions for its inaugural summit in Kyiv; President Zelensky traveled to Washington for his long-awaited meeting with Joe Biden, and Angela Merkel traveled to Kyiv weeks before her retirement as Germany's Chancellor.
My boss made me go into the office on Labor Day. Halfway through the day, he came in to check up on me and caught me having a beer. He said to me, “You can't drink while you're working.” I said, “Oh, don't worry – I'm not working.” My dog has been recently working as a door-to-door salesman. Everyone calls him a 'labour-a-door' in short. “Labor Day is a glorious holiday because your child will be going back to school the next day. It would have been called Independence Day, but that name was already taken.” ~ Bill Dodds Tune in tomorrow when we resume with Tactic #6 for Helping you Make the Right Business Decisions. In the meantime, have a great Labor Day Holiday – well at least for those in the US. Of course, anyone can celebrate with us and take the day off. Either way, make it a great day! If you get value from these Podcasts, please take a minute to leave me a short rating and review. I would really appreciate it and always love to hear from you. Take advantage of all the complimentary business tips and tools by joining the Free Silver Membership on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/inner-circle-store/. Want more from The Accountability Coach™, subscribe to more high-value content by looking for me on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/my-podcast/ and on most podcast platforms and in most English-speaking countries. Subscribe to my high-value business success tips and resources Blog (https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/blog/) Subscribe to my YouTube channel with business success principles (https://www.youtube.com/annebachrach) Connect with me on Linked-In (https://www.linkedin.com/in/annebachrach) Connect with me on Pinterest (https://pinterest.com/resultsrule/) Connect with me on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/annebachrach/) Connect with me on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheAccountabilityCoach) Go to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com to check out for yourself how I, as your Accountability Coach™, can help you get and stay focused on you highest payoff activities that put you in the highest probability position to achieve your professional and personal goals, so you can enjoy the kind of business and life you truly want and deserve. As an experienced accountability coach and author of 5 books, I help business professionals make more money, work less, and enjoy even better work life balance. Check out my proven business accelerator resources by going to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/. Aim for what you want each and every day! Anne Bachrach The Accountability Coach™ Business professionals and Advisors who utilize Anne Bachrach's proven business-success systems make more money, work less, and enjoy better work life balance. Author of Excuses Don't Count; Results Rule, Live Life with No Regrets, No Excuses, the Work Life Balance Emergency Kit and more. Get your audio copies today.
In light of the recent Swaziland massacre, many believe the monarchy has no place in future democratic Swaziland they envision. We speak to Virginia-based accountant and activist Mandla Monty Nkosi on his vision for how Swaziland can transition into the new democratic dispensation. Born and raised in Swaziland, Monty obtained his Association of Accounting Technician (AAT) Level 1 certificate from the Swaziland College of Technology. He moved to the United States of America to study at the University of the District of Columbia, where he obtained his undergraduate degree in Accounting and Finance. He has since been working as an accountant in the United States, lending his skills to multiple multi-billion-dollar entities. Highlights: Þ Monty takes a strong stance against the institution of a monarchy in its totality. He asserts that having somebody born into a position does not make sense in present-day society. Þ On culture, Monty suggests Swazis distinguish ceremonial events from culture and then choose what they can do away with. For example, the way that we raise our children can be attributed to our culture, which we ought to be proud of. However, there are heinous activities associated with ceremonies. Umhlanga, Lusekwane, Incwala are some of the ceremonies he believes Swazis can toss. Þ Asked on his take on an armed struggle, Monty stresses that he is opposed to it because of the precedence it sets. He cautions that we should learn from countries where peace has not necessarily followed the revolution. Þ Monty proposes that a Government of National Unity (GONU) in waiting be formed immediately to inspire the confidence of the international community that there will not be a power vacuum when the current monarch is removed. He believes that the monarch's unseating is imminent: “King Mswati is technically finished, he is in a coffin, we just need to put the nail on the coffin!” Þ On his role in GONU, Monty feels his skills would be best leveraged on a consultancy basis, where he would work towards creating livable wage jobs and building sustainable domestic economies in Swaziland's rural areas. Should Swazis call him home to serve, however, he is prepared to heed that call. Þ Monty has a strong message for Independence Day on 6 September: “Independence Day is not worth celebrating. It should be boycotted year after year!” He also opines why the US Marine has descended in Swaziland. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mpilo-nkambule/support
And finally the evacuation of our son Swabhaav - we car-lifted him back to home for the hospital. That final day in the NICU when getting clearances was as tough as getting an admission - moving from one department to the other, clearing massive dues at the hospital, and last-minute surprise baby checkups kept us anxious. The final episode of Season 2 - Independence Day is a story of our struggle indeed. Suno now :) MamaEarth presents Baapbeeti Season 2 - Ep 6 - Independence Day Season 3 of Baapbeeti A Pregnant Papa Podcast will hit streaming sites this DIWALI. See you soon! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This week's Giveaway is MamaEarth Welcome Baby Kit – to win – 1. follow pregnant papa and MamaEarth on Instagram 2. create post/story or a reel which talks about your parenthood – kaisa chal rahi hai life parent banke – tag pregnant papa to that post ok!! 3. and lastly, tag your 3 best friends on the post. Simple hai naa…. Follow – Share your story – Tag and win!! Also avail a special discount on MamaEarth website – use promocode baapbeeti20 on mamaearth.in and get 20% off on your shopping. Mei hu Pregnant Papa - Vaibhav Dewan – email your parenthood story to me on firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me on Instagram @pregnantpapa Artwork Design - Round Learning Audio Design - Rishi Vinod Alexa integration - Taapan - Smart Voice Studio
Happy Independence Day. This episode is a celebration of our Trinbagonianness!! We play the 5 greatest patriotic songs of all time among some honourable mentions as we discuss Paula Mae's VaxCR test; The reopening of schools; Two police commissioners warring while a citizen is caught with a small arsenal - but then again Arsenal ain't saying much. Machel's ship sets sail as the water taxi sinks and much more!!Enjoy!!
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This week, why not take a cringe-worthy stroll down memory lane with Carie and Ross as they revist their second-ever episode on Kicking and Streaming with their deep dive on Independence Day, (1996). The siblings rehash what they loved about the alien blockbuster that came out the year Ross was born. Ross is drooling over Adam Baldwin, Carie gets weepy over the classic ending, and all the bad beginner audio mistakes two baby podcasters could make. Please enjoy our first ameteur "remaster" of the broadcast audio. Copyright 2021 Sorry Mom Productions
Our guest this week is James V. Hart, whose screenwriting talents have seen him enlisted to pen scripts for everyone from Steven Spielberg to Francis Ford Coppola. There's one movie in his extensive filmography that he looks back on with particular pride and emotion, however. Contact – the Robert Zemeckis-directed story of a scientist played by Jodie Foster, who discovers proof of extraterrestrial life – was a novel before James adapted it into one of the most celebrated sci-fi dramas of all time. The book was written by renowned astronomer Carl Sagan – a close personal friend of James'. Carl sadly didn't live to see the film's completion, passing away after a long illness just months before Contact's release.James looks back on the movie today as a tribute to his friend and the astronomer's brilliant partner, author Ann Druyan, both of whom he worked with closely while adapting Contact. It was a tricky screenplay to get right. As you'll discover in this episode, the book was a dense meditation on what would happen if contact were made with life from another planet – the ripples it would send through politics, through religion, and everything in between. It was a book rooted, as anyone who knows Carl's work might expect, in scientific fact. Translating the novel into a piece of blockbuster entertainment without losing any of the book's authority and spirit of scientific discovery, in a time dominated by the explosions and spectacle of alien movies like Independence Day, was a daunting task. This is the story of how James pulled it off. Over an engrossing sixty minutes, we reflect on the movies that Contact helped inspire, a version of the script that included the Pope as a major character, and why James is not satisfied with the film's ending. Truly, they should have sent a poet to interview James. Instead, you guys have Al. Sorry about that.Script Apart is a podcast about the first-draft secrets behind great movies. Each episode, the screenwriter behind a beloved film shares with us their initial screenplay for that movie. We then talk through what changed, what didn't and why on its journey to the big screen. Script Apart is hosted by Al Horner and produced by Kamil Dymek, with music from Stefan Bindley-Taylor. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, or email us on email@example.com.Get a free digital copy of the Script Apart Magazine by supporting us on Patreon! 50 pages of interviews with screenwriters, including exclusive conversations you won't find anywhere else. You can also now support the show on Ko-Fi.Support the show (https://patreon.com/scriptapart)
You read that right, this week's poet is none other than famed superstar Pamela Anderson, who wrote a poem for Hugh Hefner at his passing. The Bros will respectively look at Anderson's poem as well as her prolific history including her writing. Paired with Anderson's tribute to Hugh Hefner is Frankenmuth Brewing's "The Hef." Your hosts will explore the history of Michigan's oldest craft brewery and why Frankie the Dachshund is so important to this prolific establishment. Join us on the first of two Michigan beer themed episodes from Dill's recent travels, and as always, enjoy. Cheers!
We're moving to a new YouTube channel for Cyrus Says. Do Subscribe to it here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmY4iMGgEa49b7-NH94p1BQOn this Cock & Bull, Cyrus is joined by Amit and Silverie (Antariksh) to talk about thieves and robberies, portrayals of Indian accents in western pop-culture, whether cultural appropriation may not as bad as it seems, how almost every Indian can say that they've had a property or house of theirs broken into, people who can't take jokes, and lots more. They also get into 'Happy Independence Day' messages, duty free alcohol at the airport being about 25% cheaper than the outside, a robber scaling a building in Powai till the 7th floor during the lockdown, having to fill in your details when entering buildings, and more. Tune in for a super fun episode.Also, subscribe to Cyrus' YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCHAb9jLYk0TwkWsCxom4q8AYou can follow Amit on Instagram & Twitter @DoshiAmit: https://twitter.com/doshiamit and https://instagram.com/doshiamitYou can follow Antariksh on Instagram @antariksht: https://instagram.com/antarikshtDo send in AMA questions for Cyrus by tweeting them to @cyrussaysin or e-mailing them at firstname.lastname@example.orgDon't forget to follow Cyrus Broacha on Instagram @BoredBroacha (https://www.instagram.com/boredbroacha)In case you're late to the party and want to catch up on previous episodes of Cyrus Says you can do so at: www.ivmpodcasts.com/cyrussaysYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android: https://ivm.today/androidor iOS: https://ivm.today/ios
Today on News Du Jour, we cover a bomb threat at the U.S. Capitol, R. Kelly's trial begins, and protests break out in Afghanistan for their Independence Day. WAYS TO HELP AFGHANS: https://www.thecrescendogroupllc.com/support-for-afghans — BECOME A PATRON OF OUR PODCAST: www.patreon.com/sugarfreemedia Connect with us: + EMAIL: email@example.com + WEBSITE/ SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: www.sugarfreemedia.co + INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/sugarfreemedia.co + TIKTOK: www.TikTok.com/@sugarfreemedia + FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sugarfreemedia.co + TWITTER: www.twitter.com/sugarfree_media ☕️ News Du Jour is a short daily news recap. We condense each day's stories into a 10-15 minute format and always relay the stories in a calm, digestible format. We cover everything from politics, to fashion, to art, to business, to tech, to celebrity, to world news and more. Be sure to subscribe so you to stay up to date with day-to-day unfolding news stories. ☕️ If you enjoy the News Du Jour, be sure to leave us a review/rating! We would also REALLY appreciate you sharing our podcast with your friends/ family/ colleagues or via all your favorite social media platforms.You can also always READ the News Du Jour on our website at: https://sugarfreemedia.co/category/news-du-jour/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/newsdujour/support
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with music superstar Harry Connick Jr., who croons into Wolf Trap tonight in Virginia. They discuss his New Orleans roots, singing "It Had to Be You" in "When Harry Met Sally," transitioning to acting in "Independence Day" and "Will & Grace," and judging on "American Idol."
A UN document, seen by the BBC, has suggested that the Taliban has intensified its hunt for people who previously collaborated with US and NATO forces. The intelligence paper suggests the Taliban have lists of individuals they are threatening to kill. Also in the programme: the latest from Haiti after an earthquake hit the Caribbean island; and the world's largest car manufacturer cuts its global production by 40%. (Photo: Taliban patrol as nation celebrate the 102nd Independence Day in Kandahar, Afghanistan, 19 August 2021. CREDIT: EPA/STRINGER)
Timecodes00.01 - Introduction04:38 - The Three Khans38:01 - Navarasa52:39 - Subscriber letters57:29 - Godzilla Vs Kong1:05:57 - Welcome to Your Fantasy1:07:28 - Subscriber letters1:10:56 - The CourierWhile talking about the book The Three Khans, on the careers of Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan and Salman Khan: Kaveree: All three began coincidentally in 1988. Shah Rukh began in television, the other two began in... Abhinandan: Cinema.Kaveree: Yeah.Rajyasree: His [Shah Rukh] was Fauji.Kaveree: Yeah, exactly!Abhinandan: And they were 3G.Rajyasree, Abhinandan and Kaveree burst out laughing.This and a whole lot of other stuff awful and awesome as Abhinandan Sekhri and Rajyasree Sen are joined by Kaveree Bamzai, journalist and author of The Three Khans, to discuss her book; the films Godzilla vs Kong and The Courier; web series Navarasa, and a lot more.Write to us at newslaundry.com/podcast-letters.Can't get enough of this podcast? Click here to get the Pop'd newsletter in your inbox.Click here to subscribe and avail our Independence Day offer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, Abi and Matt deep dive into The Tomorrow War (2021), aka Independence Day, aka The Happening. And they solve climate change. You don't want to miss it. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Theme music by our good friend John Hollahan. Find him at johnhollahan.bandcamp.com
Destroy All Movies - Independence Day Today we declare our Independence Day with special guest Leah from the absolutely terrific podcast She Will Rock You. All the show links can be found here - https://linktr.ee/DAMjrpodcasting (https://linktr.ee/DAMjrpodcasting) You can find the She Will Rock You Podcast at - https://t.co/1ma5MGgBsk?amp=1 (https://t.co/1ma5MGgBsk?amp=1)
As India begins to celebrate her 75th year of Independence, Sadhguru looks at how far the nation has come since 1947, and what challenges the nation must overcome in the next 25 years.
On this episode, Cyrus is joined by Amit and Silverie (Antariksh) to talk about the new word he's learnt on #NewWordMonday - 'flibbertigibbet', the Parsi New Year, the Taliban situation in Afghanistan, how the Taliban have taken over more than 65% of the country and all the oppression they seem to be bringing back, the death anniversary of the great Elvis Presley, musicians who died at 27, celebrities dying in threes, Independence Day, religious intolerance, and lots more. Do tune in.Also, subscribe to Cyrus' YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCHAb9jLYk0TwkWsCxom4q8AYou can follow Amit on Instagram & Twitter @DoshiAmit: https://twitter.com/doshiamit and https://instagram.com/doshiamitYou can follow Antariksh on Instagram @antariksht: https://instagram.com/antarikshtDo send in AMA questions for Cyrus by tweeting them to @cyrussaysin or e-mailing them at email@example.comDon't forget to follow Cyrus Broacha on Instagram @BoredBroacha (https://www.instagram.com/boredbroacha)In case you're late to the party and want to catch up on previous episodes of Cyrus Says you can do so at: www.ivmpodcasts.com/cyrussaysYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android: https://ivm.today/androidor iOS: https://ivm.today/ios