Tool or weapon with a cutting edge or blade
Continuing our revisitations this week, we turn to the archonology series -a long running exploration of power and conspiracy. And you know what? A lot of these have held up pretty well. I especially like how so many of the videos shared in the posts are now gone from YouTube, and how many links have died. It's like burning the edges of a pirate map. Adds character. Enjoy! The Archonology Series Things That Persist: Archonology (Part 1). While We Pray For A Long Summer: Archonology (Part 2). Spook Tech: Archonology (Part 3). The Money: Archonology (Part 4). Collaborators: Archonology (Part 5). The Weapon of the Enemy: Archonology (Part 6). Knives in the Dark: Archonology (Part 7). Fate of Empires: Archonology (Part 8). Dispatches From The Front: Archonology (Part 9). Force Majeure: Archonology (Part 10). Listening to Demons: Archonology Redux. Pointing Out Devils: Archonology Redux. Section 31: Archonology Redux. The Syndicate: Archonology Redux. Offers Unrefused: Archonology Redux.
On the 45th episode of “That's Nifty” we sit down with Defaced to discuss recent and upcoming projects!DefacedTwitter: @DefacedstudioWebsite: lynkfire.com/defacedstudioTopics:“Talking Shit with KidEight”, NFT Now x Christies: The Gateway, "The Guest", Sotheby's London Crew, Art Basel: Drifting about, Artistic Upbringing, Distinctive Style, Color Theory Bullshit, Boi Collab, Daytrip Photography Collab, Starman, Learning about NFTs, “Defaced and Friends”, 3D Sculpture for Artifex, SuperRare & NG, Last Piece Collected, "I hate talking about NFTs", Explains NFTs (lol), Tunnelvision, Creative Process, Youtube, MF Doom, Limited Hobbies, Knives vs Guns, Starmaker Drop, Teamwork, Saving Art Mediums, Twitter Space IdeaMentions:@_KidEight @RogerDickerman @aeforiadesign @nftnow @ChristiesInc @blockparty @iamlirona @misanharriman @artifex_project @fvckrender @DurkatWork @rarible @Yosnier_ @fewocious @ThankYouX @coryvanlew @billelis
Family Therapy month concludes with 2019's “Knives Out” Rian Johnson's surprise box-office his “Knives Out” became an instant classic because of its clever script, all-star ensemble cast, and a plot of twists and turns that left audiences guessing at every step. Check out the Knight's thoughts as they finish Family Therapy month, and deliver their last episode of 2021. For updates on the future of the GoodKnight Movie Club, check out our social media with the links below. Like what you hear? Feel free to subscribe and rate us 5-stars on your favorite podcast service. Know someone that would like this podcast? Please share and help us grow! Want to be a part of the growth of GoodKnight Life? Support us at these links! WEBSITE: www.goodknight.life PATREON: patreon.com/goodknightlife TWITTER: twitter.com/goodknightmc IG: @goodknightmovieclub Follow your hosts Freddy and Mike or hit up Ryan on the official GoodKnight Twitter account
Jeb Taylor Knives - Modern Carnivore Podcast (EP:034) A knife is the one universal tool that you need in the field and woods, or on the water. Whether you're hunting, fishing or foraging the knife in an indispensable tool. Jeb Taylor has been in love with knives his entire life. He fondly remembers his first knife as a kid which was Swiss Army style that his parents gave him. As a young man in the U.S. Army he was stationed in the Philippines and became fascinated with blacksmiths there who would make bolo knives in the jungle. This started his interest in making his own knives. Fast-forward just a few years later and he operates his own knife company - Jeb Taylor Knives. He's also the founder and President of the Midwest Knife Maker's Guild. which was established in 2019 to create community and provide education, networking for knifemakers and enthusiasts in the midwest area of the country. We're also giving away one of Jeb Taylor's custom made knives. Click here to register to win this knife (registration closes soon). Jeb Taylor and his family. Other recent podcasts by Modern Carnivore: https://modcarn.com/ryan-busse-gunfight-mcp-ep032/ https://modcarn.com/kristen-schmitt-ofp026/ https://modcarn.com/artemis-outdoors-mcp033/
Knives Out is a Thanksgiving movie so what better way to celebrate this week than with a review! FIND US ONLINE: We are all over the place! Visit linktr.ee/somanysequels for a full list of our accounts. So Many Sequels is: Hosted by Josh Gammon, Garrett Powders, Andrew Nichols and David Prock Produced by Josh Gammon Theme song by Justin Mayer Enjoyed by many #KnivesOut #Thanksgiving #MovieReview --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this week's episode, host Matt Bledsoe is joined once again by Mark Wanner, as they discuss Rian Johnson's Knives Out! They discuss how Johnson subverts the typical whodunit movie, the unbelievably stacked cast, how Knives Out is a great movie for Thanksgiving, Daniel Craig's take on a southern accent, and much more!
Melanie had lived with six 'step dads' by the time she was 16 years old. Several were abusive, and when she was old enough, she finally escaped the nightmare. Amazingly though, that wasn't the end of toxic relationships for Melanie. In this fired up and passionate episode, Melanie looks back and just cannot believe she continued the cycle of toxicity, by inviting mean, narcissistic and manipulative men into her life. She describes the moment she realized she was worth more, and chose a different path for her future. A path of hope, light, and freedom. Links from MelanieYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmezudzmnDgtbsV8R6VBw3wFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanie.verstraete.azWebsite: http://heartcenteredacademy.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanieverstraete_/LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/themelanieverstraeteThe Original Handlebar Jack Ultraportable Bicycle Repair Stand. Use code 'WTFMU' and proceeds will go to www.foodonfoot.orgSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Wtfmupodcast)
n this episode we continue our interviews from the FLEOA National Conference brought to you by FEDS Protection. To kick off the show we have Bill and Jon from FLEOA (Federal Law Enforcements Officers Association) on to take care of some Jackwagons and honor some much deserving Lead Head Brigade Heroes. Next up we get … TLP 416 – Daniel Defense, Inforce, Toor Knives & Geissele Automatics Read More »
Hosts Sonia Mansfield and Margo D. are not going to eat one iota of shit. It's time to dork out about 2019's KNIVES OUT. Dork out everywhere … Email at firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify Libsyn Tune In Stitcher http://dorkingoutshow.com/ https://twitter.com/dorkingoutshow
Its a whodunnit matchup! But the real mystery is, which of these is a better movie? Fear not, Hogan and Rudy are on the case! Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @drivemoviespod and follow and like our Facebook page Drive-in Movies with Hogan and Rudy @HoganAndRudy for all the updates on when new episodes are available. Love the Podcast? Let us know what movies you'd love to see us cover! Reach out to us on social media or you can even send us an email at email@example.com Enjoy the show!
Here are 3 Cool Stories for you! LBF has a few things that might tell if you are O-L-D! Who wants to go Ice Skating? Brian has the details! Bob has an update Thanksgiving prep and he's all in on electric knives! All this and more on the ROR Morning Show with Bob Bronson, LBF, and Brian Podcast. Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery
On the mid-week supplemental episode of The Knife Junkie podcast (episode 265), Bob "The Knife Junkie" DeMarco looks at 12 super smooth knives. Bob had trouble keeping the list small. Be sure to check out the show notes at https://www.theknifejunkie.com/265 for the list of knives talked about on this episode.Bob starts the show with his "pocket check" of knives -- the Spyderco Military and the Fox/CollectorKnives Recoil -- while in Knife Life News, four new designs are in the offing for Finch Knife Co. and there's a new Clever Girl Kukri from CRKT and Austin McGlaun,And in his "State of the Collection," Bob looks at his Finch Collection Thus Far -- the Runtly, 1929, Holliday, Devil's Finger and the Cimerron.Be sure to support The Knife Junkie and get in on the perks of being a Patron -- including early access to the podcast. Visit https://www.theknifejunkie.com/patreon for details.Links to stories, podcast episodes mentioned and the knives covered in the podcast can be found on The Knife Junkie website. And if you're looking to buy a knife, check out our specials at www.theknifejunkie.com/knives.Let us know what you thought about this episode. Please leave a rating and/or a review in whatever podcast player app you're listening on. Your feedback is much appreciated.Please call the listener line at 724-466-4487 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments, feedback or suggestions on the show, and let us know what you'd like to hear covered next week on The Knife Junkie Podcast Supplemental edition.To listen to past episodes of the podcast, visit https://theknifejunkie.com/listen.
https://chtbl.com/track/118312/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/talkinglead/TLP_415_Lockdown_Ronelle_Franklin.mp3 In this episode we continue our interviews from the FLEOA National Conference brought to you by FEDS Protection. To kick off the show we have Bill and Jon from FLEOA (Federal Law Enforcements Officers Association) on to take care of some Jackwagons and honor some much deserving Lead Head Brigade Heroes. Next up we get into our interviews and talk knives and axes with Chris Brook of Toor Knives. , weapon lights with Thomas Kane of Inforce, bolt action with Jake Winglass of Daniel Defense & rails, triggers & sights with Kevin Speece of Geissele Automatics. "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012 - Talking Lead Jon Adler FLEOA Foundation "Leaducating The Unleaducated" since 2012 - Talking Lead
Finally, I can say I watched a genuinely balanced documentary about food and the environment. I've seen all the classics: “What the Health”, “Forks over Knives”, “Gamechangers”, “Food Inc” “Seaspiracy” and others like “Kiss the Ground”. I'm constantly asked about it on social media and friends. Did you see INSERT DOCUMENTARY NAME. What did you think? And invariably I always have to point out the flaws, the biases, the shock tactics, the spin.But this documentary is refreshingly different. “Meat Me Halfway” produced by my guest today, Brian Kateman, is a documentary about finding common ground at the dinner table. It poses more questions than answers and it allows you to make your own mind up. It doesn't have a clear ideology woven through the narrative and it's more exploratory than it is explanatory or defensive.When I was watching the movie, I made notes to pick up on with Brian when I knew I was going to speak to the documentary host, but a little later in the movie they discussed the nuance of that topic. I didn't have any follow up questions to the answers they posed at the end of the movie, because there weren't any answers. This is complicated. And the conversation we're having within our own avocado toast eating echo chambers, centres around idealism rather than practicality. And this is why I thought this documentary was particularly great.Brian is also co-founder and president of the Reducetarian Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing consumption of meat, eggs, and dairy to create a healthy, sustainable, and compassionate world. The ‘Meat Me Halfway book' is out next year and ‘The Reducetarian Cookbook' is available in all good bookstores.Listen the end where I reveal my favourite meat alternatives and hacks to reduce your meat consumption whilst maintaining a nutrient dense diet. Plus you can find links to the movie at www.thedoctorskitchen.com where you can also sign up to our weekly newsletter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this Bob & Tom Extra: We have the Tour de France, a pocket knife, and cockfighting! Support the show: https://members.bobandtom.com/pcd/document?iid=99001I**GTZ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host J.D. Reager talks to musician Alicja Trout about her love of analog synthesizers, collaborating with her husband Severin in the new band Sharkteef, the volatility of the Lost Sounds, continuing the Lost Sounds legacy in Sweet Knives, touring Europe with River City Tanlines, her brief collaboration with Love's Arthur Lee, and the new Alicja-Pop album Howlin'. J.D. also spins two songs from Howlin' courtesy of Black & Wyatt Records.
Jason Koxvold is the kind of person you would hate if he wasn't so smart and talented and thoughtful and kind. Oh, and charming. Did I mention charming? Yeah, he's the worst. Jason Koxvold (b. 1977, Liege, Belgium) received his BSc in Social Science from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland in 2000. His fine art practice focuses on the shared spaces between neoliberal economic policy and military strategy; he has made work in diverse locations, from Afghanistan to Nigeria, Arctic Russia to South Africa. His first monograph, Knives, was published in 2017, followed by You Were Right All Along (2018) and Calle Tredic iMartiri (2019). He is the founder of Gnomic Book, an imprint focused on challenging subjects by emerging artists, and Virtual—Assembly, an online book fair to support publishers and artists in our present moment of social distancing. Koxvold has exhibited in solo and group shows in the UnitedStates, Britain, France, and Japan. His work has been featured in publications including The British Journal of Photography, Aperture, the Financial Times Magazine, Der Greif, Wired, Le Litteraire, Newsweek, Gestalten, Thisispaper, The Great Leap Sideways, Mother Jones, and Slate. He currently lives and works in Portland, OR.
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This week we welcome writer/director Jennifer Reeder to the show! She's the filmmaker behind genre darling Knives and Skin as well as Signature Move and short films like White Trash Girl and Blood Below the Skin. Her latest work is the wraparound segment of the super popular V/H/S/94, the latest entry in the VHS franchise. We talk about her feminist perspective, the concept of the dead girl in film and TV and some behind the scenes information on the making of V/H/S/94. Then we talk about how traumatizing Brian De Palma's Carrie (1976) is for a young girl just about to start her own period. We discuss puberty, how dangerous locker rooms felt, public sex education and how lacking it is and so much more. Along the way, Terry talks about an embarrassing moment in 5th grade, Jennifer talks about embarrassing her teenage son, Mary Beth describes her awkward first watch and we go way off book. You can follow Jennifer Reeder on Twitter and Instagram. And you can check out her short videos on Vimeo. She also gives some tantalizing, yet concrete, information on her upcoming two movies!V/H/S/94 is currently streaming on Shudder and you can catch Knives and Skin currently on Hulu. And while it's not genre, make sure to check out Signature Move (streaming on Showtime as of this episode's release). Follow Mary Beth, Terry and the Podcast on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Elias Makos is joined by David Heurtel, former provincial Liberal cabinet minister and counsel at Faskin and Justine McIntyre, former Montreal City Councillor to weigh in on last night's mayoral debate and Liberal MPs saying they're confused as to why they haven't had their first national caucus meeting yet.
In this episode, I talk with Mick "Maka" Kerkham from Maka Leathergoods in Tasmania. His custom leather knife rolls are sought after by top chefs and BBQ pitmasters all over the world. Minutes into my interview with Maka, and you'll be locked to his way of storytelling... and boy, does he have a great story! Maka didn't learn to sew until he was 39. Now, at 51, the self-taught designer can't get enough of it: he spends his days in his back-garden shed in Sorell, 30 kilometers north-east of Hobart, sewing classic leather knife rolls and sheaths as well as toolbelts for some of the country's best chefs and makers. All of the hides used for the products created by Maka Leathergoods are sources from Australia. Branding marks or imperfections are left to give the leather character, and customers can choose from among a nice selection of colors, hide types, and finishing touches. Be sure to follow up with Maka via the social media links below and let him know what you thought about the interview! Maka Leathergoods Website Maka Leathergoods on Instagram Maka Leathergoods on Facebook
Today's Guests: Our good friend Mike Slinkard, President of HECS, shares some insights on the HECS® patented technology and how it blocks your naturally occurring electrical signature and lets people get a closer, safer, interaction with wildlife and nature. Mike discusses the technology of HECS® and will recap a few of his recent hunts and... READ MORE
Last week got me thinking. Rolling Stone vs Pitchfork, Mods vs Rockers, Knives vs Guns, Marshall vs Fender. I was ordering Sushi and I felt like I made a particularly Velvetsy style order. Can everything be broken down into such binary oppositions? Or do The Stones have to be involved?
Can you believe they're releasing ANOTHER Halloween movie? What's up with that? How can one killer still be on the loose some 43 years after his first appearance? Today, the NICE Guys discuss an old staple offshoot of horror movies: slashers. What makes Freddy so effective? Why did the newer Chucky movies fail? Who keeps greenlighting those damned Jason movies? All that and more on this week's BEAM Me Up Podcast!Join the Conversation: Who is your favorite slasher movie villain? Also, would you ever do the deed in the woods Let us know on our Twitter @NICEentgroup! If you have a bit of free time and your looking for a laugh, check out our Youtube channel @ Youtube.com/Nicegamingent!
In This Episode: Erin is feeling under the weather, so Oddball and David Join Weer'd to discuss the recent attacks in Norway and England that show the Futility of banning your way to safety. Weer'd Interviews Paloma Capanna on the Pending NYSRPA Supreme Court Case David talks about how to best care for your leather products and keep them lasting for generations. Did you know that we have a Patreon? Join now for the low, low cost of $4/month (that's $1/podcast) and you'll get to listen to our podcast on Friday instead of Mondays, as well as patron-only content like mag dump episodes, our hilarious blooper reels and film tracks. Show Notes Main Topic: Horrific delay? Norway eyes police response to arrow attack Norway to Conduct Probe of Police Response to Bow-and-Arrow Attack Norway to investigate tactics of unarmed police officers after five die in bow-and-arrow attack P A Luty UK Police Probe MP Murder As Suspect Said To Be On 'De-radicalisation' Scheme UK Parliament member dies after being stabbed in terrorist attack Tennessee Llegislators Want Limits on Emergency Power and COVID Restrictions Paloma Interview: 2am Patriots NYSRPA Oral arguments scheduled for November 3, 2021 before US Supreme Court(PDF) Kachalsky, et al. vs. County of Westchester, Handgun Radio Gun Lovers and Other Strangers: Vaseline Lanolin Beeswax Mineral oil Olive oil Mink oil Neatsfoot oil Linseed oil
Welcome to season 3 of Knives at Night. The Immortal Emperor of Akoros has announced a new weapon, The Destiny Of the Abyss. Can the Knives navigate the churning waters of the underworld in this new era? Will they be able to shrug off the stifling crush of imperial boots? Find out in Season 3!Continue reading →
MAWP Tacoma presents the MAWPCAST 1 Radio Program Season 4 Episode 2 Hosted by Potter, Sound Man Chris & Ashlee Marie (and Ginger the dog) It's our Halloween spooktacular! This week we talk about scary movies.... we tell ghost stories... we paint some pumpkins... and as always we play a ton of great music from Tacoma and beyond! Subscribe to our YouTube! Check out our Website! Tweet us on Twitter! Follow us on Facebook! Look at us on Instagram! Watch us on Twitch! Listen to us on Bandcamp! Visit our Patreon! On this weeks episode we play these songs by the following bands: 1. EvergreenOne "Fuck Vampires" Mines Really Tho (Bandcamp) 2. Lucky Me "The Witch" Glue (MAWP Tacoma) 3. John Walker and the Hitchhikers "Eternal Battle" (MAWP Tacoma) 4. Echoclub "The Ghost" Summer Camp for the Alexander Ripleys (Bandcamp) 5. They Walk Among Us "Swamp of the Werewoman" Into the House of Thak (Bandcamp) 6. Antihero "I Zombie" Antihero II (ReverbNation) 7. Mirrorgloss "Nightmare" (Bandcamp) 8. Schoolyard Heroes "Serial Killers Know How to Party" Fantastic Wounds (Bandcamp) 9. Kid Blast "Jack the Ripper" Kid Blast (MAWP Tacoma) 10. Phayden "Ghost" Summit EP (Bandcamp) 11. Guilded Lily "Rat Soup" Guilded Lily (Soundcloud) 12. Villan "Evil Woman" Chronic Projection (MAWP Tacoma) 13. J-One "Murder Mode" (Featuring Lil Lazy) Hillz of Darkne$$ (MAWP Tacoma) 14. The Mondays "Ghost" The Mondays (Facebook) 15. Gold Teeth "Robots vs Zombies" Gold Teeth (Bandcamp) 16. Green Apple Quick Step "Halloween" Reloaded (MAWP Tacoma) 17. Big John "Anatomy of a Horror Flick" The Author (MAWP Tacoma) 18. Sleeper Cell "March of the Zombies" Strumming the Umbilical Chord (Bandcamp) 19. Dirty Thieves "Life of a Vampire" Self Titled LP (MAWP Tacoma) 20. The Whole Bolivian Army "Hungry Ghosts (Still Breathing)" Siren (Bandcamp) 21. Spüj "Knives and Pumpkins" Spüj (MAWP Tacoma) 22. Charlie Drown "Ghost" Silent Rising (ReverbNation) 23. Church of Hate "Killing Spree" Church of Hate EP (ReverbNation) 24. Pops Spoiler and his Deadbeats "(It's Hard To Be A) Werewolf" Trashblast (MAWP Tacoma) 25. Paxil Party "Spanaway Lake is Haunted" Instrumentals Vol. 1: The Night Knows Me by Name (Bandcamp) 26. Stranged "Vampires" Cowtippers (MAWP Tacoma) 27. The Sonics "Psycho" Maintaining My Cool (Bandcamp) 28. Lektor & DSK "Monster" Collaborations and etc... (Bandcamp) 29. The Pete Moss Band "Soul to the Devil" Demo 2006 (Bandcamp) 30. Murmur "Ghosts" (ReverbNation) © 2021 MAWP Tacoma
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This week on Sex & Violence with Rebel Girl, we talk to a stand up comedian, writer & producer. Madison Sinclair got her start in comedy at Florida State University where she studied Political Science & Literature. She produced a series of live comedy shows called Last Call Comedy in Tallahassee, FL before moving to Los Angles to work on The Soup on E!. Her stand up has appeared on Seth Rogan's Hilarity for Charity & the MoveOn Organization's "Laughter Trumps Hate" Campaign. She is a two time #PointsMe finalist on Comedy Central's show @Midnight. She worked on Comedy Central's new series Roast Battle and performs regularly at the live Roast Battle events at the World Famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles, California.We talk about:
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/258 David Brands from Coast Portland is on the podcast to share how he created one of the first LED Headlamps and led the way in knife technology. Coast Portland has continuously evolved and become a solution to a problem. For 102 years, the company has been passed on from generation to generation, starting from David's grandfather who created their first product in the early 1900s. Now Coastal Portland is still at the top of the multitool brands and plans on another generation of innovation and solutions. Show Notes with David Brands Visit CoastPortland.com to check out the variety of knives for a variety of uses In a previous survey, it says that 95% of all the multitool sold in the US come from Portland Oregon Coast Portland developed a small folding knife with an LED light and sold 250,000 pieces in 1 year Coast Portland designed the first LED flashlight in the late 90s and which was also the first-ever LED flashlight sold in the US The company patented optics for LED light in the mid-2000s which was also one of their biggest technological breakthroughs The G20 Inspection Beam Penlight is one of the most popular Coastal flashlights Perk Perkins, former CEO of Orvis was on the podcast at WFS 225 Coast Portland brought back the Coast Cutlery knife for their 100th anniversary https://coastportland.com/pages/story 49:25 Within the next few months, Coastal Portland will launch some exciting new LED lighting products geared more specifically towards the outdoor user 50:50 Coastal Portland plans on another 102 years for the 4th generation You can find David Brands at CoastPortland.com Coast Knives Videos Noted in the Show Related Podcast Episodes WFS 225 Quotes from David Brands: "If there's something that you can identify that you think you could do better or build something that did something better - go for it" "In this day of age, it's easier than ever to develop a product and sell it because of the internet where 20 years ago, you were at the mercy of big companies like Walmart, Cabelas, you name it. But now, if you have a good idea and you can build it, you can market it yourself." "Find a solution to a problem that needs a solution and develop a product to do it better"David Brands was on the podcast and shared the Coast Knives story and family background of creating the longest-running knife company in the fishing space. What's your favorite Coast knife? Leave a comment below or send me a DM on social media @wetflyswing Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/258
A sharp knife can make everything easier in the kitchen. The key is to select a good knife and keep it sharp. You can use an inexpensive manual sharpener, and electric sharpener, or take them to your local Willams Sonoma or Sur La Table store for sharpening. You do not need an large butcher block full of knifes. A few simple knifes are all you need. You should have a chef's knife, paring knife and bread knife. They do not need to be super expensive or fancy. America's Test Kitchen likes Victorinox and I am a fan of Zwilling Henckels Professional S knives. For full show notes and transcript click here.
James is a Martial Arts Master Instructor. Instructor for Law Enforcement for Low Light Weapons and Tactics and Non-Compliant Arrest and Control Teach Special Operations Forces Close Quarter Battle. Edged Weapons Solutions. Civilian Personal Defense and Urban Survival. Keynote speaker on the importance Mind-Body connection for Health and Function. Designer of Knives and Tools for Personal Defense and Survival.You can get his knives here: https://www.crkt.com/knife-design/designers/james-williams/
This week the man himself, Bill Rapier sits down with us to chat. Bill is a former Navy SEAL who operated at the highest level during the Global War On Terror. After leaving the teams, Bill started AMTAC Shooting/AMTAC Blades where he focuses on teaching the ways of the “modern minuteman” through courses that cover marksmanship, rifle and pistol combatives and edged weapons. Bill has an extremely interesting background and still gets into all sorts of wild stuff nowadays. Be ready to learn a thing or two. Make sure to Like, Share, Subscribe...you know what to do. Go to https://www.tacticaldistributors.com/ and use code UNPOSSIBLE15 at checkout for 15% off your order. *Exclusions apply* Email: email@example.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_official_q/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/unpossibleq Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNPOSSIBLEbyQ/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/q-llc
Gabriel, Zach, and Sarah are taking a quick autumn break this week, but we didn't want to leave you without any No Bad Ideas this week! So check out this old favorite from our archives, featuring our friend Mark Pagán, producer of the podcast Other Men Need Help! We certainly could use a hand, as Gabriel issues us an idea about a very unconventional way to settle disputes, which leads to a mockumentary of a divorce for the (middle) ages. Then, Sarah shows us a question about one man's quest for a licensing deal that is so strange, we immediately cast Christian Bale. Plus: 12 Techniques To Win Your Custody Battle In Three Moves Or Less, things that are Game of Thrones' fault, Paul Giamatti's first Oscar, and the secret ingredient: friendship. Today's Bad Ideas: Idea #1 Idea #2 If you want to follow Mark and his work, you can check out his site at http://www.markpagan.com/ or follow him on Twitter, as well as Other Men Need Help on their site or on Instagram. Support the show: http://patreon.com/NoBadIdeas See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ethan Danstrom is the VP of User Experience at Signify Health, a leading healthcare platform that leverages technology to create value-based payment programs transforming how care is paid for and delivered at home. Ethan brings a fresh perspective to User Experience by focusing on how to bring more ease to any task be it physical or digital. He believes in starting with understanding the pieces of the process which always fit into a solution like pieces of a puzzle fit together. This episode is packed with tons of practical tools spanning from strategy to handling anxiety at work to adopting UX as a way of thinking in our lives.
Randy opens the door when he hears “Knocking”. Clark confesses about “Midnight Mass” and Russ hits rewind on “V/H/S/94”. Films: Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary (2018), Exterminadores do Além (Exterminators from Beyond) (TV), Knocking (2021), Midnight Mass (TV), V/H/S/94 (2021), Knives and Skin (2019), Slut (2014), Lowlife (2017), Squid Game (TV), Mary Loss of Soul (2014), The Gerber Syndrome: il contagio (2011), Dead of Night (TV), Titicut Follies (1967), Bad Ben: Benign (2021), Christine (1983), Rubber (2010), Lamb (2021), Midnight Mass with Your Hostess Peaches Christ (TV), Shutter Island (2010), Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin (2021), V/H/S/2 (2013), Ghostwatch (1992), The Fear Footage (2018), WNUF Halloween Special (2013), V/H/S Viral (2014), Psycho Goreman (2020) Hey, we're on YouTube! Listening on an iPhone? Don't forget to rate us on iTunes! Fill our fe-mailbag by emailing us at Podcast@TheOverlookTheatre.com Reach us on Instagram (@theoverlooktheatre) Facebook (@theoverlookhour) Twitter (@OverlookHour)
Something a little different this week: No regular episode but we've decided to put the patreon bonus episode up for free. Max Daly, based in London, is the Global Drugs Editor for VICE. The Orwell Prize-winning investigative journalist has freelanced for The Guardian, BBC, Independent and other publications, and his 2013 book _Narcomania_ explored Britain's booming drug scene. Sean spoke to Max about London's drug and knife crime explosion, county lines—and how the government has failed to act—Albanian takeovers and something called ‘cuckooing.'
Join Heston, Jay and James as they crack open the kitchen cupboard and have a rummage through the remarkable variety of wonderful and rubbish gadgets we all have hidden there. From Spiralisers to electric Knives, Melon ballers to apple de-corers, this is a joyous trip inside everything good and bad about kitchen gadgets.
President Biden's top trustbuster is making enemies in Washington. POLITICO's Leah Nylen reports. Plus, the CDC says side effects from third doses of Covid-19 shots are mild. And health groups urge the FDA to step up its e-cigarette regulation. Leah Nylen is an antitrust report for POLITICO. Jeremy Siegel is a host for POLITICO Dispatch. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Take part in our 2021 podcast survey.
John and Craig brainstorm How Would This Be A Movie, looking at articles featuring kangaroo feuds in Australia, squatters in the Hamptons, and ghost historians in Palestine. Plus a romance between the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion. We also cover the potential IATSE strike, Tudum Day, and managing money. In our bonus segment for premium members, John and Megana defend sweater weather as Craig decries the commercialization of autumn and other things he blames on millennials. Happy Tudum Day! Watch John in Attack of the Hollywood Cliches Episode 513: Writing for Stars with Kelly Marcel IATSE Calls Strike Authorization Vote, as AMPTP Balks at Latest Contract Offer Knives Outback: A man is presumed murdered. In this town of 12, everyone is a possible suspect. by Mitch Moxley I was a Hamptons Squatter: How I Lived in Luxury for Free Jerusalem supernatural: Meet the Palestinian Man Hunting Ghouls, Ghosts and Jinn by Layla Azmi Goushey A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night by Ana Lily Amirpour Under the Shadow by Babak Anvari The Tin Man and the Lion by Brian Ferrari Liz Alper Twitter Thread on First Paychecks Tears in Rain: Do Androids Stream Electric Sleep? by Damon Krukowski Get a Scriptnotes T-shirt! Share your parasocial dads with a Scriptnotes Subscription Gift or treat yourself to a premium membership! Craig Mazin on Twitter John August on Twitter John on Instagram Outro by Eric Pearson (send us yours!) Scriptnotes is produced by Megana Rao and edited by Matthew Chilelli. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can download the episode here.
Are you looking for a hunting knife that lasts a lifetime? Rob Cabrera of Filo Bladeworks joins Gun Talk Hunt's Kevin "KJ" Jarnagin to chat about what goes into knife making, finding the right hunting knife, specialty blades, and more. Gun Talk Hunt is brought to you by Tetra Hearing, Timney Triggers, Remington Ammunition, Silencer Central, Benelli, and Brownells. Gun Talk Hunt 09.25.21