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Get ready for a riveting episode of Unbelievable? part of our ongoing series Rights of Life and Death. Today in The Abortion Debate: Life, Equality, and Choice, we're diving headfirst into the contentious and thought-provoking topic of abortion. What does it means to stay that life begins? What would it take for the fetus or the child to have a right to life, and for this to outweigh the mother's right to choice? How do we determine moral value? It's a debate that strikes at the very core of life, equality, and personal choice. Brace yourselves as we navigate the delicate balance between the rights of the child and the rights of the mother. Joining us on this electrifying debate led by moderator Roger Bolton are two extraordinary guests. First, we have Ann Furedi, a leading global pro-choice advocate for almost 40 years, who worked for 17 years as CEO of British Pregnancy Advisory Service. She has written extensively on the ethics of abortion and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Social Sciences by the University of Kent. Her groundbreaking book, 'The Moral Case for Abortion: A Defense of Reproductive Choice,' lays out the moral arguments empowering women to make decisions about their pregnancies. But that's not all. Presenting the Christian worldview and opposing abortion on demand is Dr. Calum Miller, an NHS doctor and an unwavering pro-life advocate. With a medical degree from the prestigious University of Oxford and a deep understanding of philosophy and biblical studies, Dr. Miller brings a unique insight into the intricacies of abortion policy in practice. He's here to challenge our assumptions and shed light on the moral value of the unborn. In this high-voltage discussion, we'll explore the burning questions that lie at the heart of the abortion debate. When does life truly begin? Is there ever a justifiable reason to take another life? How do we assign moral value to the unborn? And are there conditions that would tip the scales in favour of granting the fetus a right to life that supersedes a mother's right to choice? Hold on tight as we unpack the very definitions of 'pro-life' and 'pro-choice' and their profound implications for the beginning of life, human equality, and personal autonomy. We won't shy away from the tough questions, including the role of women's choice and the intersection of abortion with women's equality. And for those wondering if men should have a voice in this conversation, we'll address that too. Prepare for an exhilarating, thought-provoking, and mind-expanding discussion. Tune in to this week's episode of Unbelievable as we embark on a quest to unravel the intricate threads of the abortion debate. Don't miss out on this explosive episode. As always we want to hear what you think, perhaps you have a story or a testimony to share? Do get in touch with us via our social channels or email us firstname.lastname@example.org And if you want to get access to bonus content and get early bird access to online events sign up for our newsletter [add link] Ann Furedi's book is The Moral Case for Abortion: A Defence of Reproductive Choice https://www.amazon.co.uk/Moral-Case-Abortion-Defence-Reproductive/dp/3030901882/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1684796806&refinements=p_27%3AAnn+Furedi&s=books&sr=1-1 Calum Miller an ethicist, philosopher and doctor has created a website https://calumsblog.com/ offering a weath of information on all the questions [https://calumsblog.com/abortion-qa/] and topics surrounding the sanctity of life. All his papers are here https://calumsblog.com/academic-papers/ • Subscribe to the Unbelievable? podcast: https://pod.link/267142101 • More shows, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate
Fresh off the heels of his first number one song, "Wild As Her," rising country star, Corey Kent (@CoreyKent), talks to Bobby about his winding road to success in the music industry. When the pandemic started and live music stopped, Corey started working at a pavement company to make money and support his wife and kids. During that time, he got sent a demo of a song Morgan Wallen wrote, which he recorded while still working at the paving company until it went viral. He shares his journey from moving to Nashville at 17, getting dropped from his publishing deal, moving back home in Texas to landing a record deal. Corey also recalls the time he ended up on stage with Willie Nelson when he was 16 and what Willie gave him. He also shares how much his life has changed in the last year, the process of making his new album, how he's preparing to go on tour with Jason Aldean this summer, and more! Follow on Instagram: @TheBobbyCast Follow on TikTok: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Ferment Podcast - Conversations About Worship And Transformation
In this episode of The Ferment, Adam chats with Jimmy John Morris about living a double life as a senior pastor and drummer. Jimmy John describes how music is woven through his story of faith, and shares some words of wisdom for both worship leaders and senior pastors. And much to Jimmy John's delight, you'll hear the story of "The Hit." Jimmy John Morris has been serving in the Vineyard for 30 years. They served over 20 years at the Yakima, WA Vineyard, spent two years in Texas, and moved back to Kent, WA to serve as the senior pastor in 2017. Prior to serving in the Vineyard, he was a professional musician and an educator. He has a Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies from The Institute of Biblical Studies Seattle and a Masters of Arts degree in Global Urban Leadership from Bakke Graduate University. Jimmy John has also served on the Vineyard's Northwest Leadership team, as an area pastor, and served on both the NW youth and worship task forces. Jimmy John is passionate about seeing people become authentic followers of Jesus. He and his wife, Donna, have been married for 32 years and have two married children, David (& Shelby), and Sara (& Bryson), and he is a grandfather to Wesley, who he is now teaching how to play drums...at the age of two. Show Notes: Vineyard Worship Essentials: https://www.vineyardworship.com/essentials
The Best Storyteller In Texas Podcast
In this episode Kent remembers his friend, who he served with in Congress, former US Congressman Charlie Stenholm. Kent also points out why small towns produce so many powerful political people and gives any man with an upcoming wedding a little bit of advice.
On the death of Queen Victoria (1837-1901), Arthur Balfour wrote, ‘I suppose that, in all the history of the British Monarchy, there never has been a case in which the feeling of national grief was so deep-seated as it is at present, so universal, so spontaneous. And that grief affects us not merely because we have lost a great personality, but because we feel that the end of a great epoch has come upon us—an epoch the beginning of which stretches beyond the memory, I suppose, of any individual whom I am now addressing, and which embraces within its compass sixty-three years, more important, more crowded with epoch-making change, than almost any other period of like length that could be selected in the history of the world.' Characters Queen Victoria – Queen of the United Kingdom and Ireland (1837-1901)Prince Albert – Prince Consort of the United Kingdom and Ireland (1837-61)Prince Edward (Bertie) – Duke of Edinburgh, son of Victoria and Albert, heir apparentDuchess of Kent – mother of VictoriaPrince Edward, duke of Kent – father of Victoria Previous Kings of the United Kingdom and Ireland George III –1760-1820George IV – 1820-30William IV – 1830-37 John Conroy – comptroller to the duchess of KentLouise Lehzen – governess of the Victoria's householdFeodore – Victoria's half-sisterLeopold I – King of Belgium Ernest Augustus – King ofHanover, uncle of Victoria Prime Ministers Lord Melbourne – 1835-41Robert Peel – 1841-46John Russell – 1846-52, 65-66Earl of Derby – 1846-52, 66-68Earl of Aberdeen – 1852-55, 58-59Lord Palmerston – 1855-58, 59-65Benjamin Disraeli – 1868, 74-80William Gladstone – 1868-74, 80-85, 86, 92-94Earl of Rosebury – 1894-95Lord Salisbury – 1885-86, 86-92, 95-02Arthur Balfour – 1902-05 Flora Hastings – lady-in-waiting for the DuchessJohn Snow – physician and leader in the development of anaesthesiaMary Seacole – nurse who set up the ‘British Hotel'Florence Nightingale – social reformer and founder of modern nursing Sultan Khaleefah Abdul-Majid – Sultan of the Ottoman EmpireBahadur Shah Zafar – Mughal Emperor of IndiaCecil Rhodes – mining magnate and politicianGeneral Charles Gordon – army officerLili'uokalani – Heir apparent and later Queen of HawaiiJohn Brown – Victoria's personal attendantAbdul Karim – Victoria's India SecretaryKaiser Wilhelm II – Emperor of Germany, grandson of Victoria Credits Cherry RipeSail the Ocean Blue – HMS pinafore – Gilbert and SullivanHallelujah – George Frideric Handel 328065__guntherdorksen__old-book_-old-book-hard-casesfx194982__soundmary__wild-horses-runningbbc_crowds-che_07035074365676__mr_alden__dinner-table-ambience328065__guntherdorksen__old-book_-old-book-hard-casesfxbbc_rifle---ma_0009046423918__martinsadoux__african-bush-birds-insect-ms163456__lemudcrab__pistol-shot627087__clutvh__silenced-pistol-shotbbc_clocks--gr_07070146bbc_clocks---g_07022188bbc_whistles--_07055012660975__mchrpt__load_gun_slow.ogg584126__seventhsamurai__nasik-ambiencebbc_gunfire---_07034194bbc_old-textil_07016338bbc_wolf-flies_nhu0508611bbc_ships-and-_07043335592380__cribbler__fireplace-snappy
Rachel Hurdley climbs up into the attic to discover the hidden meanings behind this shadowy and mysterious part of the home. The attic can be a strange part of the house – somewhere which is rarely visited and often forgotten. But it can also be a place to preserve precious memories, a refuge, or even somewhere a bit sinister. Rachel reveals the many uses to which attics have been put over the centuries and what this tells us about our history and changes in society. Attics are a relatively recent development and Rachel starts at the 16th-century King's House within the walls of the Tower of London. The building has some of the earliest attics in the country and she finds out about the social changes which led to this innovation in domestic architecture. But it wasn't long before people realised that, as well as being handy for storage, attics could be the perfect hiding place. At Harvington Hall, Rachel uncovers the role that the Hall's attics played in the religious turmoil of Elizabethan England. As well as being used for storage or living, attics have often provided working space. Rachel travels to Newtown in mid-Wales to see the attics of an unusual early factory and hears about the arduous working lives of the weavers who toiled there. The 19th century saw something of a heyday for the attic. The Victorians were all too aware of social class and this meant that servants (and sometimes children) could be banished to attic bedrooms and nurseries. But this was also the height of the Industrial Revolution, with factories mass producing all manner of goods. People suddenly had far more ‘stuff' – and of course they needed somewhere to put it all. At Scotney Castle in Kent, Rachel explores the attics of a grand country house whose owners spent more than a hundred years cramming them with thousands of objects. And what of the attic today? In an age of smaller houses, loft conversions and flats, how do we cope without an attic? Rachel enters the world of self-storage where you can store as much as you like for as long as you like. As she picks through the attic's contents, Rachel also considers how writers have used attics as a sometimes sinister setting for their characters, and the psychology of what we choose to keep in our attics. Interviewees: Sonia Solicari, Director of The Museum of the Home Jonathan Glancey, Architectural Writer and Historian James Wright of Triskele Heritage, spoke at the King's House, Tower of London Phil Downing, Hall and Programmes Manager, Harvington Hall Lola Jaye, Author of The Attic Child John Evans, Curator, Newtown Textile Museum Helen Davis, Collections and House Manager, Scotney Castle Sophie Bagnall, Marketing Director, Attic Self Storage Presenter: Rachel Hurdley Producer: Louise Adamson Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
Welcome to the Soul Care for Therapists podcast, where we take a deeper look at the importance of holistic care for renewal and grounding as you grow your private practice. In this episode, Dawn shares her favorite episodes on Soul Care and her personal experience with busyness. You will learn how she felt God's call to slow down and prioritize her soul care. Past Episodes Focusing on Soul Care While the podcast is now called Soul Care for Terapist, Dawn has been speaking out on the need for the soul care for quite some time. Here are some episodes that talk about soul care: Episode number 49: Neurotheology: How to Use Meditation in Your Faith with Bo Stern-Brady. She and I talk about how when someone focuses 12 minutes a day on a loving and kind God, how much that changes their brain pathways and it can change your life. Episode number 13: What is Spiritual Direction? With Stephen and Jocelyn Head. Spiritual direction is about intimacy with God, it's about relationship with God, and the relationship and the intimacy comes about through spending time with a spiritual director … a spiritual director [is not] there to tell you how to live your life, the word director is to do with your direction toward God and the main director in this conversation is actually the Spirit. Episode number 24: Kent Denlinger On Spiritual Companionship. What some people know as Spiritual Direction is given a new angle through Kent who calls it Spiritual Companionship; walking alongside people to deepen their connections to deepen their relationships with God. Spiritual companionship is therefore about coming together as a community or in a relationship with other people, bringing honesty and authenticity, which in turn strengthens the relationship and the depth that they have with God. Episode number 51: Spiritual Conversations with Children with Lacy Finn Borgo. People experience moments of wonder and peace when they encounter God in themselves, through others, and in nature. Universally, people experience similar emotions to similar experiences, like being in a peaceful forest, seeing a grand mountain, feeling connected to a friend, and feeling validated. These moments can also be described as the fingerprints of God, as Lacy calls them, and they are the moments that people feel most connected to God when a sense of deep longing and peace is stirred within them. Episodes 32-35: Where Soul Care for Therapists introduced. Even though soul care is different from therapy, it can be integrated into your current therapy regime. It is a lens of wellness that can be incorporated into how you heal emotional wounds and deal with issues. Soul care is caring for the whole person with a spiritual focus; mind, body, and spirit altogether. It differs from self-care because that is something that you can do on your own. Soul care occurs in relation to someone else who is guiding you in your communion with God and your religion. Episode number 43: Soul Care for Therapists Retreat. Are you a therapist who needs time and space to reconnect to yourself, your creativity, and to God? Do you seek communal spaces that are welcoming and healing with other like-minded therapists? How does spending time being quiet reawaken your creativity and intuition? The Busyness Trap As therapists and business owners, it's easy to get caught up in the busy trap and lose sight of what truly matters. But “This life is not for you.” We get so consumed with our work and the needs of our clients that we forget to take care of ourselves. However, as Dawn shares, it's important to slow down and listen to God's voice. She says, "I feel God wooing me back to say, Dawn, this busy life is not for you. Like I want a life of rest and soul care." Slowing Down for Soul Care Dawn acknowledges that slowing down is not easy, especially when you love your job and are passionate about helping others. However, she encourages listeners to take a moment to stop and listen to God's voice. She even shares a blessing and prayer that she wrote for busy therapists who are struggling to balance their work and personal life. She says, "We need you to calm our hurried hearts. The hustle can cause our spirits to deflate and our focus to get complicated. Will you usher in the wings of your strength? Will you calm our attitude?" Dawn emphasizes the importance of attuning to God's presence and tapping into the peace that He promises. As therapists, it's important to take care of ourselves and prioritize our soul care, so we can better serve our clients. Slowing down and listening to God's voice can help us find balance and peace amidst the busyness of life. A Pray and Blessing for the Busy Jesus, thank you for the gift of running our own businesses and the gift of entering into the deep waters of the lives of others. And while each season is special and beautiful in your timing, we acknowledge this current season of busyness. We desperately need the wisdom that can only come from you. We need you to calm our hurried hearts. The hustle can cause our spirits to deflate and our focus to get complicated. Will you usher in the wings of your strength? Will you calm our attitude? In the midst of the rush, will you prompt us to slow down when needed? Will you woo us to a place of tenderness when we are overwhelmed, as you have given us your spirit to live inside us? May we tap into the peace that you promise, the peace that we can't comprehend. Please give us a glimpse of that tranquility we can only have in your presence. May we attune more to your presence? Amen. Connect with Dawn If you enjoyed this episode, connect with Dawn on social media. She loves hearing from her listeners and responding personally to each message. You can find her on Facebook and Instagram at Soul Care for Therapist.
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King George III of Great Britain and of Ireland and his German wife, Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz had a close and loving relationship which resulted in an astonishing 15 Children! The couple preferred a quiet life at home to court social life. George was relatively down to earth and far more involved with his children than previous generations of royals. He enjoyed tumbling around on the floor with his brood and playing games with them in the garden. Charlotte loved her children dearly but was more strict and formal than her husband. Having so many royal children was at once a blessing and a curse. If you think Queen Elizabeth's 4 children cause a lot of scandal and cost tax payers too much money, multiply that by 3.75! And while having an heir and so many spares should have secured the line of succession. But the King and Queen were over-protective of their daughters and resisted allowing them to marry. The called Kew palace the nunnery and had romances with palace staff. The sons were far to interested in their mistresses to contract legal royal marriages and produce legitimate children. Towards the end of King George's life he didn't have a single legitimate grandchild, and parliament had to bribe the middle aged princes to finally walk down the aisle. The result was Queen Victoria who had to deal with the bad reputations her many wicked aunts and uncles and some serious family drama. Let's meet King George and Queen Charlotte's 9 sons and 6 daughters... King George IV Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany King William IV Charlotte, Queen of Württemberg Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn Princess Augusta Sophia Elizabeth, Landgravine of Hesse-Homburg Ernest Augustus, King of Hanover Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh Princess Sophia Prince Octavius Prince Alfred Princess Amelia Join me every Tuesday when I'm Spilling the Tea on History! Check out my Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/lindsayholiday Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100091781568503 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/historyteatimelindsayholiday/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@historyteatime Please consider supporting me at https://www.patreon.com/LindsayHoliday and help me make more fascinating episodes! Intro Music: Baroque Coffee House by Doug Maxwell Music: Brandenburg Concerto No4-1 BWV1049 - Classical Whimsical by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) #britishhistory #HistoryTeaTime #LindsayHoliday #history #queencharlotte Please contact email@example.com if you would like to advertise on this podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The third largest military base in the world, Fort Hood was recently renamed Fort Cavazos. Kent knows the Cavazos family well and shares the story of these amazing brothers. Kent also shares the origin of Mothers Day and a wonderful lesson he learned from his mother.
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Kent estimates how much a well know law firm is spending every month on TV ads.
Episode 106: Kent Goodman This episode is what this podcast is all about. You, the lisenter. Kent Goodman has been hunting Chukar in Eastern Oregan and Idaho for the last 40 years. Filled with a lifetime of experience, knowledge and observational antecdotes, Kent is what I call the "Diamonds", those that have zero social media presence and just hunt for the love of it. Join me this week and Kent graces us with his stories that date back all the way to his time as a twelve year old chasing Chuks. Kent shares some tips on fixing a creeping dog, gear, good stories....you know how it goes _____________________________________________ If you enjoy the podcast please go and leave a rating on Apple Podcasts ____________________________________ Connect with me: Email: Upchukarpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @upchukar Website: Upchukar.com
We are back (3 weeks in a row!) and this week we recap AIW's "Cibernetico De Mayo Dos" which took place in Kent,Ohio. The replay of "Cibernetico De Mayo Dos" is now streaming on Fite+
India Pearson, is an Outdoors Advocate, Presenter, and Yoga Teacher based on the Kent coast. India's passion for wellbeing and nature has lead her to produce and host the podcast 'Start a Ripple ...' which celebrates the power of moving in nature for the mind, body and environment. Guests have included TV adventurer Ben Fogle, Olympian Michelle Griffith Robinson, BBC Spring Watch Presenter Megan McCubbin and Emmy Award Winner Doon Mackichan. You can also find India presenting in front of the camera, on the highly successful Youtube Channel Holiday Extras Travel Guides, which over the last 4 years, has taken her all over the world making documentary style videos on sustainable tourism. During her time with Holiday Extras India co-founded a sustainable travel podcast 'Green on the Go' which saw her speak to industry professionals and travellers about eco tourism. In 2019 India won the Holiday Extras Difference Award for her efforts to encourage customers and colleagues to travel and live more sustainably. As a lifestyle model India has worked with a variety of brands across different industries both nationally and internationally. India uses social media for discussions based around her passions and expertise in paddle boarding, yoga, environmental activism, and getting outdoors as a new mum to her daughter Malou. India has been featured in publications such as Women's Health and Women and Home, and is also also an ambassador for Gill Marine and Hatha Paddle Boards. When she's not presenting, India can mostly be found by the sea, either on her stand up paddle board or practicing yoga on the beach. In 2020 India founded Fin & Flow, a hub for like minded people to connect through wellbeing activities by the sea such as yoga, paddle boarding, and beach cleans. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. You can support the Tough Girl mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media - especially in relation to adventure and physical challenge by signing up as a patron. www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is India? Living in Kent with her partner and daughter Her love of the sea Working as a SUP and Yoga teacher Being an Outdoor Advocate and being passionate about the outdoors Having a very outdoorsy childhood Her podcast - 'Start a Ripple ...' which celebrates the power of moving in nature for the mind, body and environment. Wishing she learnt how to surf when she was younger Memories of playing in the waves Going to college and studying dance, before moving to London Dealing with anxiety and getting into yoga for the breathing Feeling the benefits and knowing that she wanted to teach it Doing the 200hr teaching training inThailand Doing a SUP/Yoga Teacher Training Course Doing a refresher water safety course What can people expect from a SUP/Yoga class The benefits of moving in nature and wanting to share it with others The ripple effect of spending time in nature Deciding to start the podcast and being on it's 5th Series Pregnancy and being active and spending time outdoors Dealing with Postnatel Anxiety Self care tips for new mums during stressful times of the year Why comparison is the thief of joy How her views of adventure have changed since having a baby Dealing with a change in her identify and how she viewed herself The challenges of going back to work after maternity leave Taking her daughter on adventures Future plans for 2023 Armchair Adventure Festival 2023 (Use TG10 to get a 10% discount) How to connect with India Final words of advice for new mums and parents Social Media Website: www.finandflow.co.uk Instagram @with_india The Start a Ripple podcast was founded on the belief that ripples are made when we connect movement with nature, not only for our mind and body, but also the environment too. Every episode India speaks to a guest who shares their story and approach to moving in nature, with the hope that these conversations will encourage you to get outside, move, dream big, and start making your own ripples. Listen here - https://www.buzzsprout.com/1718611
From a military base to a thriving port town and back again, Richborough Roman Fort in Kent is a hugely significant Roman site in Britain, often referred to as the ‘gateway to Britannia'. As work concludes on a major project to share its stories with visitors in new and innovative ways, we're joined by senior properties historian Paul Pattison and curator of collections and interiors Kathryn Bedford to discuss the fort's history, and the exciting new additions that today's visitors can expect to find. To find out more or plan a visit, go to www.english-heritage.org.uk/richborough.
Locked On Canadiens - Daily Podcast on the Montreal Canadiens
Inside today's Locked on Canadiens The Montreal Canadiens are confirmed to be picking fifth overall, and Kent Hughes addressed the media after the Draft Lottery on Monday night. Habs fans feel slightly uneasy afterwards with Hughes mentioning work ethic and character repeatedly. Scott takes a peek into Hughes' quotes, and why fans should give the Habs' front office time to cook heading into draft season. Speaking of the characteristics Hughes mentioned, which prospects would fit them at fifth overall? Scott takes a look at the results of a poll from Twitter at who the fans want the Canadiens to draft in June and breaks down the results. With Matevi Michkov getting a lot of the attention, will Kent Hughes take the risk and land a potential superstar forward, even if it means waiting three years? If not Michkov, then who? Scott takes the final segment to highlight the other prospects who may be available for the Habs at the number five pick. Would Zach Benson be better as he might check more of the boxes the Habs want, or will Montreal be lucky to see Leo Carlsson fall out of the top four and into their lap? Of course there is also podcast favourite, Will Smith as well, the options are nearly limitless for the Canadiens! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Indeed Start hiring NOW with a SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/LockedOn. Offer good for a limited time. Terms and conditions apply. Need to hire? You need Indeed. Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONNHL for $20 off your first purchase. ebay Motors For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex & Annie: The Real Women of Vacation Rentals
Today's episode is a very special one, as we bring you a recent panel discussion we hosted at Rent Responsibly's 2023 Sustainability Summit. What does sustainability have to do with branding and company culture, and why is it more important than ever to focus on this way of thinking? Tune in to find out! Tune in as we dive into this topic with two of the smartest minds in hospitality marketing, Stuart Butler and Pete DiMaio. You do NOT want to miss this one!About the Guests: Stuart Butler After 20 years in the hotel industry, Stuart recently became the Chief Marketing Officer at the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce & CVB, the official destination marketing organization for the Grand Strand. A native of England, Stuart moved to the United States in 2001 and has spent the past two decades implementing marketing strategies for hundreds of hotels and destinations worldwide. With a degree in Rocket Science from the University of Kent at Canterbury, he leverages cutting-edge technology and takes a scientific and innovative approach to everyday marketing challenges. Pete DiMaioPete is the Chief Operating Officer at TravelBoom. With TravelBoom, Pete takes an analytics approach to hotel marketing and works tirelessly to ensure his clients are able to drive occupancy, increase RevPAR, and improve direct bookings; all while providing a granular level of reporting that proves the return on investment. Pete has over two decades of experience in hospitality marketing from both the traditional and digital sides of the business. Highlights of the Episode02:16 - Episode Intro by Dana Lubner, Head of Leadership Development at Rent Responsibly05:17 – Guest Intro: Stuart Butler CMO for Visit Myrtle Beach and Pete Dimaio COO for TravelBoom05:45 – What to consider when starting the brand08:11 – What happened to companies that did not start thinking about building the brand09:48 – Fundamentals for starters14:23 – How not to get bogged down in making the right decisions20:19 – Will the ability to customize by guest detract or build trust?24:02 – The importance of company culture32:29 – Assets that need to be protected41:12 – Testing and why it's so importantConnect with STUART:LinkedIn | LinkedIn Page | Website | FacebookConnect with PETE:LinkedIn | LinkedIn Page | Website | Instagram | TwitterThis episode is brought to you by Casago, Guest Ranger, and Good Neighbor Tech. Special thanks to Rev & Research for being the presenting sponsor of Alex & Annie's List.
After the death of Ecgberth in 673, the throne of Kent passed to his younger brother Hlothhere. There is some debate as to whether Hlothhere succeeded Ecgberht immediately or after an interregnum. While this may suggest some instability in Kent in the 670s, when seen as part of the kingdom's larger political history it is clear that the line of Eorcenberht had now fully established its grip on the Kentish throne. However, the uncertainty that greeted Hlothhere's reign was an ominous foretaste of troubles to come. Credits – Music: 'Wælheall' by Hrōðmund Wōdening https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQfdqIyqJ4g&list=LL&index=5&ab_channel=Hr%C5%8D%C3%B0mundW%C5%8Ddening Social Media - Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/anglosaxonengland Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Anglo-Saxon-England-Podcast-110529958048053 Twitter: https://twitter.com/EnglandAnglo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anglosaxonenglandpodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzyGUvYZCstptNQeWTwfQuA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Official Manchester United Podcast
Sam Homewood, Helen Evans and David May visit a golf club this week for a chat with United legend Steve Bruce. Steve has had a wonderful career in football, as a player and manager, and offers a fascinating reflection on it all during the latest UTD Podcast.The former Manchester United captain begins with his upbringing in the north-east and his early days at the famed Wallsend Boys Club. Starting his professional career with Gillingham, the defender reveals a funny story about reversing the charges to call his future wife, while down in Kent, and how the police turned up at the phone-box, prompting fears his time in the game could come to an end before it had really got going. Thankfully, it was soon smoothed over and he impressed sufficiently with the Gills to earn a move to Norwich City, even if he recalls a horror debut against Liverpool. Once United registered an interest in his services, there was only going to be one place for him to continue his progress.Not only did he star for the Reds as the team won our first title for 26 years but he became club captain, all on the back of an impromptu house visit by Sir Alex Ferguson! Brucey offers insight into his incredible partnership with Gary Pallister, and scolds his fellow centre-back for leaking a secret about him from their time rooming together. He also explains why Eric Cantona was a “bit bonkers” and details the Frenchman's favourite tipple at the pub.Of course, younger fans will view Steve as a manager, first and foremost, as he has a wealth of experience in this field, taking charge of 12 different clubs. He answers a question about how he chose the jobs, as he has bossed some big city rivals, and opens up about the difficulties and pressures faced in the hot seat.A man with many great stories to tell, Steve Bruce is certain to keep you entertained throughout the episode.The best place to catch up on the back-catalogue of our interviews is over on the Manchester United App, where you can listen to - and watch - all of our episodes in full, for free. Here you can get early access to new episodes, published 24 hours before everywhere else.If you'd like to write to the only official Manchester United Podcast then e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org For your daily fix of Manchester United news look no further than our new United Daily podcastWe'd also love it if you could leave us a rating and review wherever you listen to your podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Best Storyteller In Texas Podcast
Kent discusses the importance of body language
The Best Storyteller In Texas Podcast
Kent tells the story of Sir Winston Churchill's response when he was told the Italians supported the Germans prior to War World II.
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Ever questioned whether you're saved or not? Kent is going to take us to a story from Jesus that will touch on that idea. Stay tuned to the end to get some practical ways to orient yourself to being good Seed. Jump in with us in Sections 80 & 83 of the Gospel Harmonies @ https://www.harmonychurch.cc/tracking-jesus-timeline/. IT'S EASY TO GIVE at Harmony, text any amount to (859) 459-0316 to get started (or give online @ my.harmonychurch.cc/give ). ----------------------------- CONNECTION GROUP QUESTIONS: visit https://my.harmonychurch.cc/sermons Choose the date from last Sunday's sermon to see the questions --------------- OPENING ILLUSTRATION: I hate having to search for my Starbucks drink. I place my order online, walk into the store, and there are 75 other drinks sitting lined up like boys at a junior high dance. I've just started grabbing the first one that looks good to me! Ha, sometimes I take one that's not mine and just watch for someone to come looking for their precious, mocha latte, with a double half twist cold brewed with a skoch of chai. What if you just walked up and started taste testing till you found the right one? What do you think they would do? Ha, [act out] “Ew, that should be taken off the menu…” Every time I go looking for my drink, I've got the “Sorry if I just touched your drink” look on my face. Because they are always hiding the label under the little drink skirt. Seriously, I hate it! I hate trying to find something that's hidden right in plain sight. We all know what that's like, right Ladies, how many times has your husband been looking for something and you walk over and say, “It's right here!” and it's literally right in front of his face! Ever realized you left the report on your desk in a pile of papers and you're rushing trying to find it, digging through stacks of junk to find the “one”? Today, we're going to jump into a story Jesus told, a parable about trying to find something that was hidden in plain sight. b A parable is an earthly story with a heavenly meaning.. Check it out… Mt 13:24-30 24 Jesus told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field. 25 But while everyone was sleeping, his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat, and went away. Actually, the weeds Jesus is referring to is a type of grass that grows in Israel, when it is first starting to grow, it looks almost identical to wheat, this is important for later… Keep it in your back pocket 26 When the wheat sprouted and formed heads, then the weeds also appeared. 27 “The owner's servants came to him and said, ‘Sir, didn't you sow good seed in your field? Where then did the weeds come from?' Good question, right? Farmers today go to great lengths to not have weeds growing up along with their grain. Weeds take nutrients, they take moisture, they take physical space up - they're a terrible thing to have growing with your good seed. How many of you have grown a garden - a good gardener goes out and regularly weeds their garden… This story is about to turn dark though, listen to the answer of “where then did the weeds come from” 28 “‘An enemy did this,' he replied. ILLUSTRATION: Can you imagine hating someone so much you'd be willing to go try and ruin their entire crop? You'd be willing to sneak onto their property, put your own safety on the line, just to try and destroy their harvest…? Some of you know what this is like, you work with the person who intentionally undercuts you with the boss, they plant little seeds in their mind about how bad you are. Some of you have an ex who does this with your kids, they plant weeds in there… This is what's happened to this guys crop - Weed seed has been sown with the good seed by the enemy. “The servants asked him, ‘Do you want us to go and pull them up?' 29 “‘No,' he answered, ‘because while you are pulling the weeds, you may uproot the wheat with them. Remember, these weeds looked like wheat while growing. This farmer doesn't want to lose any of his crop… 30 Let both grow together until the harvest. At that time I will tell the harvesters: First collect the weeds and tie them in bundles to be burned; then gather the wheat and bring it into my barn.'” This is being at Starbucks trying to find the right coffee x 1000 This guy's livelihood, and likely family, is on the line. What does the parable mean? I want to read to you what Jesus says about it. Then I want to look at what we need to do out of it. Mt. 13:36-43 36 Then he left the crowd and went into the house. His disciples came to him and said, “Explain to us the parable of the weeds in the field.” You need to know, Jesus has told several parables here, but the one they don't know what to do with is this one… 37 He answered, “The one who sowed the good seed is the Son of Man. 38 The field is the world, and the good seed stands for the people of the kingdom. Everyone good so far? Jesus is the farmer, the world is the field, and the good seed is the people of the Kingdom. b So, what are the weeds? b Listen to what Jesus will say and pay attention because, in just a bit, He's gonna tell us how we can tell the weeds apart from the seeds. The weeds are the people of the evil one, 39 and the enemy who sows them is the devil. The harvest is the end of the age, and the harvesters are angels. got it? Jesus is being pretty clear 40 “As the weeds are pulled up and burned in the fire, so it will be at the end of the age. I need to prepare you, what Jesus is about to say, is hard… 41 The Son of Man will send out his angels, and they will weed out of his kingdom everything that causes sin and all who do evil. 42 They will throw them into the blazing furnace, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth. 43 Then the righteous will shine like the sun in the kingdom of their Father. Whoever has ears, let them hear. can I read that again for you…? 41 The Son of Man will send out his angels, and they will weed out of his kingdom everything that causes sin and all who do evil. can I ask you a pretty tough question? How do you know if you are a weed or a seed? b Jesus says both will grow in the same place and will look similar If that question hits you hard, then I'd encourage you to listen up… Weeds cause sin and do evil… -The cause of sin is not just a person who causes others to sin, but this has the idea of being caught up in things that cause sin. Can I have permission to punch you in the gut a little bit? There are at least 3 reasons we might be more weed than seed. Some of us have grown desensitized to sin Some of us don't know what sin even looks like - the culture you've grown up in normalizes sin (We the get out of hell free card, but didn't want to savior/leader that came with it… So, we never went deeper to learn His heart) Some of us don't really care about pleasing Jesus as much as pleasing ourselves… You are a jerk and you normalize it by saying, “I'm just a grump” You are more caught up in finding your identity in what you want than you are in trying to know how God sees you You know more bible than most people and can quote it but don't ever live it… Look, I'm hitting hard here because it matters. It's clear that Jesus is saying that seed will be drastically different from the weed around them in the end. So, if you have any concerns that you might be a weed, I want to say this to you… It's time to take drastic, immediate actions in your life to be good seed. Make a PLAN to get into God's word (learn the heart of Jesus - grab a trail guide and read the section on reading the bible) PUT it all on the table (Evaluate all the assumptions you bring to the Kingdom) PUT the plan into action (take a step THIS week - join a connect group, download the bible app and put it where their Tik Took app is) get practical. CLOSING ILLUSTRATION: Listen, I'm concerned that most of you have come in thinking you can have salvation, but leave behind who the savior is. That's not how it works. This is why we baptize, it's to remind you everything about your old life has died and you now live a live that is characterized by life in Jesus. You don't live this way to gain salvation, you live this way because of salvation. Salvation can't be earned, but salvation is not opposed to effort Today, I don't want to give you an emotional call to action. I want to look you in the eyes and say, “you have a choice to be good seed today.” choose it. Take the next few moments to write up a plan. Make it reasonable - “over the next year, I'm going to study Jesus' life and learn how He saw the world”. This is just pursuit at it's best - it's orienting your life towards Jesus instead of yourself. ------------------------- Matthew 13:24-30 & 36-43 Mk 4:26-29 26 He also said, “This is what the kingdom of God is like. A man scatters seed on the ground. 27 Night and day, whether he sleeps or gets up, the seed sprouts and grows, though he does not know how. 28 All by itself the soil produces grain—first the stalk, then the head, then the full kernel in the head. 29 As soon as the grain is ripe, he puts the sickle to it, because the harvest has come.” Mt 13:24-30 24 Jesus told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field. 25 But while everyone was sleeping, his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat, and went away. 26 When the wheat sprouted and formed heads, then the weeds also appeared. 27 “The owner's servants came to him and said, ‘Sir, didn't you sow good seed in your field? Where then did the weeds come from?' 28 “‘An enemy did this,' he replied. “The servants asked him, ‘Do you want us to go and pull them up?' 29 “‘No,' he answered, ‘because while you are pulling the weeds, you may uproot the wheat with them. 30 Let both grow together until the harvest. At that time I will tell the harvesters: First collect the weeds and tie them in bundles to be burned; then gather the wheat and bring it into my barn.'” Mt 13:31-32 31 He told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field. 32 Though it is the smallest of all seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds come and perch in its branches.” Mk 4:30-34 30 Again he said, “What shall we say the kingdom of God is like, or what parable shall we use to describe it? 31 It is like a mustard seed, which is the smallest of all seeds on earth. 32 Yet when planted, it grows and becomes the largest of all garden plants, with such big branches that the birds can perch in its shade.” 33 With many similar parables Jesus spoke the word to them, as much as they could understand. 34 He did not say anything to them without using a parable. But when he was alone with his own disciples, he explained everything. Mt 13:33-35 33 He told them still another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like yeast that a woman took and mixed into about sixty pounds[a] of flour until it worked all through the dough.” 34 Jesus spoke all these things to the crowd in parables; he did not say anything to them without using a parable. 35 So was fulfilled what was spoken through the prophet: “I will open my mouth in parables, I will utter things hidden since the creation of the world.”[b] Mt. 13:36-43 36 Then he left the crowd and went into the house. His disciples came to him and said, “Explain to us the parable of the weeds in the field.” 37 He answered, “The one who sowed the good seed is the Son of Man. 38 The field is the world, and the good seed stands for the people of the kingdom. The weeds are the people of the evil one, 39 and the enemy who sows them is the devil. The harvest is the end of the age, and the harvesters are angels. 40 “As the weeds are pulled up and burned in the fire, so it will be at the end of the age. 41 The Son of Man will send out his angels, and they will weed out of his kingdom everything that causes sin and all who do evil. 42 They will throw them into the blazing furnace, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth. 43 Then the righteous will shine like the sun in the kingdom of their Father. Whoever has ears, let them hear. The Kingdom of God spreads, it is planted & we are the seeds - the active agents in spreading the message. God is not interested in weeding out the weeds from the seeds - He is only interested in letting you grow - it's up to you what you will be and where you will end up. STUDY: God is planting and letting things grow - He's not judging things early - but waiting till it will be obvious at the end of the ages Wheat and Tares look similar - you can see from the images below. It would be very difficult to pull them up in the field without pulling up some wheat Jesus is intimating there will be people who seem to be a part of the Kingdom who are not - our job is to not try and guess who is in or who is not, He's not even allowing the angels to do that. Our job is to grow and be wheat - make sure we are 'in Christ' Both wheat and darnel belong to the natural order Gramineæ or Grasses. They are easily distinguished when in flower, by the wheat having two glumes, and its florets having their edges next the rachis or common stalk; while in the darnel there is one glume and the florets have their backs next the rachis. Jesus actually lets you know there is an enemy - this is something SO many Christians don't actively appreciate, or engage. We just assume every thought, every experience we have is "God's will or plan" but, Jesus very clearly says there are seeds that are sown that are not from Him. Do you have the discernment in your own life to determine what is from Him and what's not? How do you know? You need to know God's word - you need to be in His word and listening for His heart (Learn the Heart of Jesus) You need to get around people who are solid followers of Jesus to learn from them - get in a connect group We have this thing in our culture that "you do you" or "live your truth" the problem with that is it assumes you actually know truth - it assumes you have within you the highest form of truth - built in. It assumes you are perfect as you are, ultimately, you are a god unto yourself. You don't have some place you need to grow? Some place where you have adopted wrong beliefs and behaviors? What if God has something to say about your identity your sexuality your ethics your family dynamics and more What if He has something to say, but you're unwilling to listen because you're not even looking for Him? ILLUSTRATION: What if I put $100 bill under one chair... and didn't tell them I had done that till this point in the sermon. Point out, none of you even looked under your chairs, why? Because it wasn't even on your radar - in your mind there was no reason to look under your seat, and now all you can think about is, "when can I look under my seat?" Jesus is looking for the wheat, what does that mean? He tells us - it's what's left after getting rid of everything that causes sin and those who do evil. In CS Lewis' Great divorce, he gives a picture of people being offered heaven and they can't see giving up their sin habits that keep them from Jesus - it's too comfortable to stay where they are than to be threshed out and have that stuff stripped from them. The question some of you have to ask is do you even want what Jesus offers? What if He will require you to give up your medeling quarlesome ways - like you love to stir up the pot and don't care about who you hurt - what if He will strip out those things? What if He strips out your lust, will you be happy with that, or will there be a part of you that doesn't know how you'll make it through a hard day? What if unbridled rage and anger isn't there - you just hoping He will magically fix that? What will you do when things don't go your way? The question is really, do you want Jesus more than you want this... This also means for ministry, we need to hold it loosely - you are going to have people you invest a lot in and don't see what you think is fruit, other times people are magically going to start growing. To quote Paul, "one plants, another waters, God gives the growth." If Jesus isn't willing to judge the fruit of something before hand, who are you to do that - your job is to be faithful to Him
Historically Thinking: Conversations about historical knowledge and how we achieve it
Since the Middle Ages, food has always been sold on the streets of London. Women and men, boys and girls, have seemingly sold everything that can be eaten, from shellfish and fried fish, to baked potatoes and baked pies, to handfuls of fruit and cups of milk. They were far from being the most respectable members of London's society, either in the late sixteenth century, the late nineteenth century, or any of the periods in between. Yet they were absolutely an absolutely vital link in feeding the growing population, part of a chain that extended from the coasts, ports, the gardens of Kent and Surrey, and from suburban cows, until finishing its journey in a customers mouth. In his new book Street Food: Hawkers and the History of London, Charlie Taverner chronicles the daily life of the street vendors over three centuries, following them as they make their way with baskets and carts through the urban landscape. This enables him to not only reimagine a vital part of London's history, but to reconsider the process of urbanization and modernization. Charlie Taverner is a Research Fellow at Trinity College, Dublin. A social historian of cities and food, he was in a previous life a business and agricultural journalist. For Further Investigation Islington: no cows now present For rabbits traveling to London, and much more besides This is a conversation about urban history, and many other things besides. For another conversation which describes the life of the city in a very different way, listen to Episode 133: Mad Dogs and Other New Yorkers, or, Rabies in the City David Edgerton, The Shock of the Old: Technology and Global History since 1900 Transcript Al: Charlie Taverner, welcome to Historically Thinking. Charlie: Fabulous to be here. Thank you very much. Al: So I guess we'll talk later about how being a business and agricultural journalist and influenced this book. Imagine I could see it sort of the experience and fingerprints all over it. But this is a book about it's about a business, it's about a centuries of a sort of type of business and one intimately [00:02:00] connected with agriculture, but we're not gonna talk about that yet. As you make clear, the sources of who Hawkers were are very iffy. They're based on middle class or gentlemen. Taking long walks through the city, making observations, which may or may not be valid, or they're by court cases or whatever. So I think there's the idea, we have the, we should talk about the prototypical vision of the London Fish Wife, which is that seems to be the, that is the vision of the Hawker. But then going from the fish wife to who were they really, are they the lowest, they can't be the lowest of the lower class, but where are they? Do they fit into the new middling type in the 16th century? Where, who are they? Where do they come from? Charlie: Yeah, I think I talk about in the book, one of the sections I term all sorts of Londoners. And that's because Hawkers were a really diverse bunch of people. Many of them were very [00:03:00] poor. Really scraping by doing other forms of menial work. Things like sweeping the streets, collecting old bones and rubbish. Or later on holding up sandwich boards and signs on the streets, basic forms of work. And others were much closer to the kind of shopkeepers people who had a bit more respectability, respectability about them. And a range of complex kind of skills in trades like retail. So you've got a, you've got a wide range of abilities and skill within there. And what that means is you've got people kind of work doing this work very occasionally, and you've got people just doing this work kind of fulltime. So the job itself can be very different. And it meant also that in there were very different sorts of people involved in the street trade. And one of the big transitions we see is around the gender of street sellers. So you start off. Early in the early in the period that I'm interested in the late...
Baconsale: Hickory-Smoked Pop Culture
It only took 400 episodes, but Baconsale is finally doing an episode all about The Beatles! Joel is riding on a Beatles high (NOT the kind that involves greener grass or fungus) and would happily talk Eight Days a Week about The Fab Four. Zack is Across the Universe on the opposite side of Beatlemania and was yelling “Help!” as he had to listen to all of their albums. Kent is Something in the middle, and prefers the darker, experimental side of John, Paul, George, and Ringo. However, despite our differences, We Can Work It Out as we take The Long and Winding Road of discussing the history of the band. Then we'll Come Together to reveal our bottom five and top five songs from the best-selling music act of all time. All you need is to press play to hear the biggest hits of Yesterday.
Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster
Kent want to share his marketing and entrepreneurial experiences. Follow along with his LinkedIn article: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/whats-your-story-write-book-kent-lewis/. Host: Nathan A Webster LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | NDUB Brand Download and subscribe on Audible, Google, iHeartRadio, iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Please rate, review, and share! Podcast Sponsored by https://letsconnectpnw.com/
Between Dreams with Chris Ruggiero
Kent Jenkins has built a loyal following as Snubby J. He just released an EP as Kent Jenkins. In this episode we chat about how everything he does builds upon things he's done to create an impressive body of work.
The Best Storyteller In Texas Podcast
In this episode, Kent shares interesting information about Artificial Intelligence including how one Japanese hotel did not think it all the way through when they assigned every guest a robot when they checked in. Kent also shares his thoughts on some of the more unusual stories of the last week including the first TV and film writers' strike in 15 years, a new list of wedding rules, and people's morning routines.
Kent McGowen was a Texas Police officer who attended an incident involving an arrest warrant which eventually resulted in the death of a woman. He served 20 years in prison.It was August 1992 when he executed a felony warrant while working in a sting to recover stolen firearms.In a complex chain of events, he shot the woman in self-defence.But the circumstances are much more intricate than the above indicates. it's a story of contacts, power play and witness tampering.If it could happen to a serving officer, it doesn't look good for the rest of us.** OPPERMAN EXCLUSIVE **Recorded April 14 2023
Daily Mass Readings and reflection for 5/6/23 from Deacon Tim DeFrange from St Patrick Parish in Kent, Ohio
Medical examiner rules repeat violent offender Jordan Neely's death a 'homicide' as NYC braces for riots // Seattle police unable to engage in pursuits unless they undergo specific training // Kamala Harris shows off her newly-purchased albums for the press // Anheuser-Busch CEO sidesteps apology for Bud Light Dylan Mulvaney fiasco, says marketing effort was 'not a campaign' // Washington State Senator Mark Mullet joins Ari and a look at who might replace Jay Inslee as Washington governor // Space Force commander fired for criticizing CRT rips Navy's turn to drag queens for recruitment // Friendly Faceoff with Batya Ungar-Sargon // Karine Jean-Pierre shredded for claiming reopening schools was a 'priority' for Biden // Kent City Council adopts drug possession law after state fails to act; Kent Mayor Dana Ralph joins to discuss the details // The Biden administration approves sending 1,500 US troops to Mexico border as Title 42 deadline looms
Baconsale: Hickory-Smoked Pop Culture
It's time for Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 to face the music. Joel and Kent saw this delayed conclusion to the GotG trilogy and they're ready to review it and talk about their feelings for Peter Quill, Gamora, Drax, Groot, Rocket, Nebula, Mantis, and James Gunn. We'll start off with our spoiler-free thoughts, and then we'll warn you before we enter the spoiler quadrant. Since this film is darker and heavier than the previous two, will that make Kent like it more, since he, too, dwells in darkness? Will Joel be completely turned off by this MCU movie's “accomplishment”? Can this franchise stand on its own? And how's the soundtrack? You'll hear all this and more by pressing play and listening to Baconsale's review of Guardians 3.
Today we talk about Academy Award winner CODA on AppleTV+ Next week: Blue Chips on Paramount+
Daily Mass Readings and reflection for 5/5/23 from Deacon Tim DeFrange from St Patrick Parish in Kent, Ohio
15:02 - Commanders: react to reports revealing more of the members of the Josh Harris group, including one of the richest families in Colombia - the Santo Domingo family...and thoughts on a report from The Washington Post that the Commanders are lobbying federal legislators to give Washington, D.C. control over the RFK Stadium site 28:28 - Guest: NFL Draft analyst Kent Lee Platte of Pro Football Network on the Relative Athletic Score (RAS) metric that he created for NFL Draft prospects, Washington's recent penchant for drafting players who excel in RAS, insight on players who the Commanders took in the 2023 NFL Draft, whether the NFL should be better at drafting players, what the league should do differently in its testing of NFL Draft prospects and more 49:53 - Nationals: breakdown of a 4-3 walk-off win over the Chicago Cubs that featured big home runs from outfielders Alex Call and Lane Thomas, a terrific outing from starting pitcher Patrick Corbin and manager Davey Martinez using relievers Hunter Harvey and Kyle Finnegan each for a third consecutive game 58:48 - Orioles: examining yet another wild win for the O's - a 13-10 victory at the Kansas City Royals in which the O's blew an 8-1 third-inning lead but also overcame a 9-8 eighth-inning deficit Visit ShadyRays.com and use the code AlGaldi for 50 percent off two or more pairs of polarized sunglasses! Visit PaulsonAndNace.com and tell Paulson & Nace that Al Galdi sent ya! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On working-class Los Angeles before and after the civil unrest of 1992—and how structural inequities continue to shape the city's labor struggles from the classrooms to the docks. The post Belabored: Los Angeles, 1992, Revisited with Tobias Higbie and Kent Wong appeared first on Dissent Magazine.
How to Make Your Life Better and Happier (New Research Study Show What Works) Do our lifestyle choices have any impact on our levels of happiness? A research study out of the University of Kent and the University of Reading found that exercise and eating fruits and vegetables can positively impact our experience of happiness. When we make healthy lifestyle choices, our levels of happiness can improve. University of Kent. (2021, September 16). Consuming fruit and vegetables and exercising can make you happier. ScienceDaily. Retrieved April 22, 2023 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/09/210916142936.htm Adelina Gschwandtner, Sarah Jewell, Uma S. Kambhampati. Lifestyle and Life Satisfaction: The Role of Delayed Gratification. Journal of Happiness Studies, 2021; DOI: 10.1007/s10902-021-00440-y New Happiness Podcast episode with Dr. Robert Puff, Newport Beach Psychologist
DM: LaTia Jacquise @LaTiaJacquiseCast: Brian Gray as Virgil, Aasimar Storm Sorcerer @urbanbohemian Eugenio Vargas as Kent, Tiefling Phantom Rogue @DMJazzyHands LaTia Jacquise as D'Hani Lai, Arakockra Monk @LaTiaJacquise Shareef Jackson as Sharafka, Tiefling Warlock @ShareefJackson Tanya DePass as Selise Astorio, Human Paladin/Ranger, @cypheroftyr Masood Haque as Gazrick Nomrad,Rock Gnome Druid @MahRudeBoiRivals is sponsored by the following:Die Hard Dice - Use Code: Rivals for 10% offD&D BeyondIdle ChampionsStorm Crow ManorVoicemodLogitech for CreatorsPodcast Producer: DC Lasair @dclasairSOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @rivalswaterdeepInsta: @rivalsofwaterdeepDiscord: discord.gg/PT6yNuwWebsite: www.rivalsofwaterdeep.comEmail: email@example.comWatch live on Sundays, 10am PT/12pm CT on twitch.tv/rivalsofwaterdeep
Green & Red: Podcasts for Scrappy Radicals
It's the 53rd anniversary of the killings at Kent State University. In a special encore episode, we're reposting our episode from 2020. In this episode, we commemorate the anniversary of the tragic events of May 4th, 1970 at Kent State University, where agents of the state murdered 4 students and shot 9 others. Students, who'd been told the war was winding down in Vietnam, erupted in protest at campuses all over America when Richard Nixon announced the U.S. invasion of Cambodia on April 30th. At Kent State, aworking-class public school in Northeast Ohio, protesting students and other burned down an ROTC building, a common target in the Vietnam protest era, and Ohio Governor James Rhodes, vowing a violent response, mobilized the National Guard and sent them to Kent. For two days the students and Guard skirmished, with the paramilitaries hurling tear gas and intimidating students. On May 4th, the Guard, unprovoked, started shooting into the crowd of students and shot 13, killing 4, from distances beyond 300 feet. These were extrajudicial killings and a sure sign the state would murder anyone who challenged its interests. The war had come home! Scott and Bob, who's also a historian of the Vietnam War and the 1960s and has published extensively on those subjects, talk about the background to the protests, the official, violent response, the aftermath at places like Jackson State, where 2 more students were killed, and the larger context of anti-state protests and their meaning, and lessons. -------------------------------------------------------------- Outro// "My City Was Gone" by The Pretenders Links// Kent State Tribunal Organization, established by Laurel Krause, sister of one of the students assassinated that day (https://bit.ly/3w2spdR); interview with Alan Canfora, one of the survivors of the shootings (https://bit.ly/3OUyjGq); The Kent State May 4th Poetry Collection: Denise Levertov, "The Day the Audience Walked Out on Me, and Why" (https://bit.ly/3kIVyFv) Governor Rhodes press conference, May 3 (https://bit.ly/37cIk0R); Robert Buzzanco, Vietnam and the Transformation of American Life (https://bit.ly/3kB21ST). Follow Green and Red// https://linktr.ee/greenandredpodcast Check out our new website: https://greenandredpodcast.org/ Donate to Green and Red Podcast// Become a recurring donor at https://www.patreon.com/greenredpodcast Or make a one time donation here: https://bit.ly/DonateGandR This is a Green and Red Podcast (@PodcastGreenRed) production. Produced by Bob (@bobbuzzanco) and Scott (@sparki1969). “Green and Red Blues" by Moody. Editing by Isaac .
If you've spent any amount of time following the NFL Draft, you've heard of Relative Athletic Score. We talk about it on Blue 58 all the time, and we're not alone. But how did this commonly used metric come to be? We talk to the man behind it.GET IN TOUCHLeave us a voicemail and hear yourself in a future episodehttps://www.speakpipe.com/thepowersweepPrefer more old-school contact? Reach out here:https://thepowersweep.com/contactSUPPORT BLUE 58Donate to our Patreon - For as little as $1 per month, you can access Patreon-only content and get access to our private Discord server.https://www.patreon.com/thepowersweepBuy a T-Shirt or Sweatshirt - Look good while supporting The Power Sweep.https://www.teepublic.com/stores/the-power-sweep?ref_id=25927Leave us a 5-Star Review on iTunes - It helps more people find the show! Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/blue-58. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kent Lapp talks with Rev. Jon Watson about Ephesians 4:17-32 and the gentile culture, narrative in scripture, the impassability of God, the aseity of God, & more. SHOW LINKS » https://christchurchtn.com/team » https://immanuelnashville.com/ ABOUT THE GUEST Jon has a Master of Divinity degree from Knox Theological Seminary and a Master of Theology from Edinburgh Theological Seminary. His academic emphasis is in biblical theology, Old Testament theology with a focus on Genesis, and narratology. Jon has spent years serving local churches, including two years as Minister in Training at St. Columba's Free Church in Edinburgh, Scotland (2019–2021). He currently serves as Pastor at Christ Church, which was planted in the north suburbs of Nashville, TN, as of April, 2022. CHECK OUT OUR SPONSORS » Crowd Health: https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/ use promo code KLP » Baked & Free: https://www.bakedandfree.com/ CONNECT WITH US » Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kentlapppodcast/ » Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/thekentlapppodcast » Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KentLappPodcast » Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kentlapp » Website: https://www.kentlapp.com/ » Email: TheKentLappPodcast@gmail.com ABOUT THE KLP The Kent Lapp Podcast features conversations taking you inside the minds of the relentless. A rare blend of raw and polish, levity and depth, the KLP gives you an honest look into the mindsets of the few who refuse to settle. Known for honoring the moment by asking the question of greatest utility, Kent is a seasoned host with a knack for putting guests at ease while mining for the goods. Get the insight and inspiration you need to take the next step as we explore mindset, method, meaning, men's health & more. WATCH/STREAM » Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/thekentlapppodcast » Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/vfv2vgw » Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/y8yd2gcc » Overcast: https://tinyurl.com/y8veuoxl » Castbox: https://tinyurl.com/y8vwheqt » Stitcher: https://tinyurl.com/y75uy96u » Google Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/yburnrld » Amazon Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/y7lszt2f
On this episode, We are previewing AIW's "Cibernetico De Mayo 2", which will be LIVE on FITE+ from The Outpost in Kent, Ohio! Join Justin (@JSummers330), & Joseline Navarro (@Jos_E_Navarro) as they talk about all of the matches on the card and so much more! Rate, Review, and Subscribe where ever you listen to podcasts at. All our podcast and social media links can be found HERE on Linktree! E-Mail: WrestlingCheers@gmail.com
The Bring The Juice Colts Podcast
In today's Prime Minister's Questions, Keir Starmer accused the Prime Minister and his party of having 'killed the dream of homeownership'. With news this week that Rishi Sunak is considering reintroducing 'Help to Buy' while Michael Gove is sued for blocking a new housing development in Kent, does Starmer actually have a point? Katy Balls talks to Kate Andrews and Fraser Nelson. Produced by Cindy Yu.
My guests this week are Jeremy Levine, Kent Bennett, and Brian Feinstein. They are partners at one of the oldest and most storied venture firms in the world, Bessemer Venture Partners. Our conversation is split into two parts. First, we explore Bessemer itself. It's over 100 years old and has a unique operating model with lessons for every investment firm in the market. We then discuss Jeremy, Kent, and Brian's investing styles and outlook. What they look for in businesses, their thoughts on various sectors like vertical market software, and we close with a discussion about AI and defensibility. Please enjoy this great conversation. Listen to Founders Podcast Founders Episode 136 - Estee Lauder Founders Episode 288 - Ralph Lauren For the full show notes, transcript, and links to mentioned content, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Tegus, the modern research platform for leading investors. Tired of running your own expert calls to get up to speed on a company? Tegus lets you ramp faster and find answers to critical questions more efficiently than any alternative method. The gold standard for research, the Tegus platform delivers unmatched access to timely, qualitative insights through the largest and most differentiated expert call transcript database. With over 55,000 transcripts spanning 22,000 public and private companies, investors can accelerate their fundamental research process by discovering highly-differentiated and reliable insights that can't be found anywhere else in the market. As a listener, drive your next investment thesis forward with Tegus for free at tegus.co/patrick. ----- Invest Like the Best is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Invest Like the Best, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Past guests include Tobi Lutke, Kevin Systrom, Mike Krieger, John Collison, Kat Cole, Marc Andreessen, Matthew Ball, Bill Gurley, Anu Hariharan, Ben Thompson, and many more. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @patrick_oshag | @JoinColossus Show Notes (00:03:14) - (First question) - The unique history of Bessemer and how the firm stays current (00:08:55) - The role of heritage and cooperative partnership in Bessemer's model (00:14:36) - How giving each partner autonomy and commissions can lead to better personal and company outcomes (00:17:18) - The extent of freedom a partner has in terms of the style of investments made (00:20:38) - Retro-analyzing the effectiveness of their investment roadmaps and core insights (00:25:10) - What conflict typically looks like in partners' conversations and how they resolve it (00:27:06) - How they enable their junior staff using apprenticeship and open dialogue (00:31:31) - Their different taste in investment targets (00:35:11) - How they each evaluate companies based on their unique interests (00:42:32) - Their thoughts on valuations and how they have dealt with with run-ups in the tech market (00:45:46) - What they anticipate in the future of early-stage investing (00:49:43) - The significance of Centaur companies that have hit $100-million in revenue (00:52:38) - The success of Bessemer's writing and online content (00:55:13) - Where the vertical market software industry is in its life cycle (00:59:12) - How the next wave of innovation may revolutionize software or even depart from it (01:02:33) - Advice they give to companies looking to prepare for future shifts in tech and AI (01:04:46) - What excites them and what scares them within the development of LLMs (01:08:18) - Defensibility of an LLM-based company, given the high level of competition (01:10:39) - How their firm deals with terminating partners if and when they aren't a good fit (01:14:53) - The kindest thing anyone has ever done for each of them
This week we are previewing AIW's "Cibernetico De Mayo Dos" which takes place this Friday in Kent,Ohio.
True Crime Tuesday presents: Self Defense Or Murder: The Exoneration Of Kent McGowen with former Police Officer/Ex-Convict Kent McGowen In August of 1992, Kent McGowen had a CI that he ad given money to, to purchase a weapon as part of a larger operation to shut down a gang that was running weapons just outside of Houston, Texas. When the buy went down, a set of strange circumstances brought him in the sights of Susan White, a middle aged housewife, who was far from your average suburbanite. She showed up at the scene of the gun buy, because her son was arrested, along with the CI. Susan was far from being in any condition to be dealing with the situation, as it is reported that she was under the influence of substances, slurring her words, and eventually threatened Kent before it was all over. Fast Forward to the night in question, a warrant is issued for Susan White's residence. and Kent is told to go out there with only a few men. They knock for quite some time while Susan calls 911 (apparently while intoxicated and claiming she has a past with Kent) and claims she needs help and protection from the police at her door. After getting permission from his superiors, Kent's squad breaks down the door. After seeing Susan run into her bedroom, Kent follows, only to enter and see Susan pull a gun on him. he tells her to drop the gun repeatedly to no avail. With that, Kent fires three shots. The shooting is initially ruled a good shot. What comes afterwards was a complete nightmare! Kent joins TCT to get out his side of the story after 30 years of a negative narrative has haunted him, and to talk about the corruption that kept him behind bars for 20 years, plus tells us what we can do to help! Help Kent find a Lawyer and get back on his feet.. https://www.givesendgo.com/G31TC PLUS AN ALL-NEW DUMB CRIMES/STUPID CRIMINALS WITH BEER CITY BRUISER! #crime #truecrime #truecrimepodcasts #truecrimetuesday #kentmcgowen #harriscountysheriffsdepartment #houstonpolicedepartment #jasonaguillard #michaelschaeffer, #oldeoakes #selfdefense #gun #policeshootings #narcissism #murder #dumbcrimesstupidcriminals #TimDennis #beercitybruiser #ringofhonorwrestling #floridaman #drugcrimes #foodcrimes #stupidcrimes #funnycrimes #420 #sexcrimes #masturbation
Beth Torina makes her second appearance on Play by Play, presented by The Advocate, to talk LSU Softball and the fast approaching postseason play. Plus, news and notes from Chris and Kent from a busy weekend around LSU Athletics. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heyfightinpodcast/message
Baconsale: Hickory-Smoked Pop Culture
Even though the weather might not agree, it seems that the summer season is upon us, and Baconsale is ready to guide you through the cinematic forecast. Joel and Kent have looked forward at Hollywood's upcoming offerings and will let you know five movies they want to avoid followed by five films they would like to see. Although, to be honest, Kent is only really excited for three of his five picks. And while Joel hopes his choices will fail, Kent definitively knows his films are going to flop. Join us as we unleash our inner-dad hype and speak about sequels, rant about remakes, and babble about Barbie. Now that release dates are somewhat reliable again (with the exception of the DCEU), it's time for you press play!
The Best Storyteller In Texas Podcast
In this episode, Kent remembers the best employee he ever had and explains how he went from being his lowest-paid employee to becoming Chief of Staff in just a few months. Kent also shares and comments on some of the more offbeat stories of the last week. These stories include New Jersey's new Little League rule, the "Not my pants" defense in Florida, and a man suing a psychic with a Ph.D.