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Radio Algeciras
David DeMaría en concierto benéfico para restaurar la imagen de la Esperanza de La Línea

Radio Algeciras

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 12:14


David DeMaría en concierto benéfico para restaurar la imagen de la Esperanza de La Línea

The Lakers Legacy Podcast
Ep. 430: Myles to Destination (Updated Kyrie Irving Trade Landscape, Assessing the Indiana Pacers Deal, Are Myles Turner & Buddy Hield Worth 2 1sts? Kyrie Or Indy Package?)

The Lakers Legacy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 57:55


Cus you know I'd walk a thousand Myles (Turners), if I could just...trade for you...tonight. Well, no Kyrie Irving deal yet. BUT what we do have is a concrete potential Pivot deal with the Pacers. So let's get into all the Myles Turner/Buddy Hield debates, shall we? ... Outline: Updated Look at the KD/Kyrie, Lakers/Pacers Landscape & All of LAL's Options The Worth of 2 1st Rd. Picks. Do we Need To Keep 1 for a 2nd Trade? The Pros & Cons of Myles Turner & Buddy Hield Are Myles Turner & Buddy Hield WORTH 2 1st Round Picks Kyrie Package Or Turner/Hield Package? & Much More! ... Intro/Outro Music Provided By: Hello Harry - "Forever" (Search His Page Up on SoundCloud for More #Litty Beats)... Please also Rate & Review us 5-stars on the Apple Podcast App. Patreon: Patreon.com/TheLakersLegacyPodcastYouTube - Lakers LegacyTwitter - @LakersLegacyPodInstagram: @lakerslegacypodListen & Subscribe to us on: Apple, Spotify, Anchor, Google Play, etc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

La Diez Capital Radio
El Remate; hoy se quema el norte de Tenerife (22-07-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 141:58


Programa de actualidad informativa, presentado y dirigido por Miguel Angel González Suárez. www.ladiez.es - Informativo de primera hora del viernes 22 de Julio de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. Hoy quiero dar los buenos días a los equipos de tareas de extinción que participan en la lucha contra el incendio en el norte de Tenerife; Consorcio de Bomberos; equipos EIRIF del Gobierno de Canarias con base en La Gomera; las brigadas BRIF del Ministerio de Transición Ecológica y Reto Demográfico (MITECO); Unidad Militar de Emergencias (UME); agentes de seguridad de la Policía Local, Cuerpos y Fuerzas de Seguridad del Estado (Guardia Civil y Policía Nacional) y Cuerpo General de la Policía Canaria; así como medios de Protección Civil, Servicio de Urgencias Canario y Cruz Roja Española. Las altas temperaturas remitirán a partir de hoy en Canarias. No obstante, las temperaturas registrarán un descenso a partir del viernes y el sábado para, de nuevo, volver a subir desde el próximo domingo, según destacó el delegado regional en Canarias de la Agencia Estatal de Meteorología. La radio en Canarias sigue creciendo en oyentes y credibilidad. Hoy se cumplen 149 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Hoy es viernes 22 de julio. Buenos días Ucrania. Día Mundial del Cerebro. El cerebro o "materia gris", como se le conoce comúnmente, es uno de los órganos vitales de nuestro cuerpo. Controla las actividades cognitivas (pensar, abstraer, leer) y reacciones del organismo (acciones y funciones corporales en respuesta a estímulos sensoriales). Por ello, el 22 de julio se celebra el Día Mundial del Cerebro. 1919: en Londres se estrena El sombrero de tres picos, de Manuel de Falla, con decorados de Pablo Picasso. 1936: las ciudades de San Roque, Algeciras y La Línea de la Concepción, son bombardeadas por los barcos leales de la República, Jaime I, Cervantes y Libertad. Uno de los proyectiles hace blanco en el Morro de Gibraltar (invadido por Gran Bretaña), lo que estuvo a punto de crear un conflicto internacional. 1941: empieza a emitir para España, desde Moscú, la emisora comunista La Pirenaica. 1942: se promulga la ley por la que se exime de pago de impuesto la transmisión de bienes de la Iglesia y las congregaciones religiosas. 1946: se celebra una Conferencia Internacional en la que se decide la creación de la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS). 1966: en Barcelona comienza a publicarse el semanario Tele-Estel, el primero escrito en catalán desde la Guerra Civil. 1973: el ciclista Luis Ocaña gana el Tour de Francia, y se convierte en el segundo corredor español que lo consigue. 1977: se celebra en el Congreso la ceremonia de la solemne inauguración de las Cortes Constituyentes españolas en la que el rey Juan Carlos I reconoce la soberanía del pueblo español. 2000: José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero se convierte en el nuevo secretario general del Partido Socialista Obrero Español (PSOE) con el 41,69 % de los votos de los delegados socialistas reunidos en el 35.º Congreso del partido. 2005: en el ayuntamiento de Mollet del Vallès (en Barcelona) se celebra la primera boda en España entre dos mujeres. 2011: Atentados terroristas en Oslo y Utoya (Noruega), mueren 77 personas (68 en Utoya) en el que fue el desastre más importante en Noruega desde la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Santos María Magdalena, Cirilo, Teófilo y Platón. El presidente de Italia disuelve el Parlamento y anuncia elecciones anticipadas. El BCE anuncia una subida de los tipos de interés de medio punto porcentual, la primera en once años. Sánchez sitúa a Montero como su número dos y a Patxi López y Pilar Alegría como portavoces en el Congreso y del partido. El Gobierno de Canarias asegura que el fuego, que abarca unas 110 hectáreas, es manejable. El incendio de Tenerife no se estabiliza: quema más de 100 hectáreas y tiene un perímetro de cinco kilómetros. Hasta ahora se han evacuado de manera preventiva la zona de acampada Fuente de Pedro, el Campamento Barranco de la Arena, así como las áreas recreativas El Lagar y La Tahona, más 13 viviendas que están a varios kilómetros del frente del fuego por recomendación de la Guardia Civil. El Gobierno prorroga la exención del IBI y el IAE a los afectados por el volcán de La Palma durante 2022 igual que hizo en 2021. Se trata de una medida que se hará extensiva a los desplazados por los gases tóxicos de La Bombilla y Puerto Naos. Las dudas sobre el caso mascarillas que siguen en el aire tras la comparecencia del director del Servicio Canario de Salud Conrado Domínguez ha justificado la contratación en un contexto de escasez de material sanitario y en la excepcionalidad prevista en el marco normativo de la pandemia, pero el relato de la Fiscalía Anticorrupción alude a otras cuestiones que no han sido abordadas en el Parlamento canario. La televisión canaria ratifica ante el Parlamento la existencia de una investigación tras detectar audímetros alterados. El administrador único de la RTVC, Francisco Moreno, defendió la labor del ente público y agregó que Kantar Media, la empresa encargada de la medición de audiencias de televisión en España, continúa a día de hoy con la auditoría sobre el posible “desajuste” que pueda haber en el Archipiélago. La Plataforma de la Tele condena el fraude en las audiencias que ha beneficiado a la Televisión Canaria. El Gobierno canario no avala la propuesta de CC para reducir el impuesto al combustible en las islas verdes. La decisión ha sido adoptada tras examinar dos informes, uno de la Consejería de Hacienda y otro de los Servicios Jurídicos. Un verso suelto en Turismo. El director general de Infraestructuras Turísticas, Fernando Miñarro, actúa al margen del departamento, que advierte de que sus convocatorias no son oficiales. El 22 de julio de 1944 nace el músico y compositor británico Rick Davies, fundador junto a Roger Hodgson de la banda de rock progresivo Supertramp. Supertramp es un grupo británico de rock progresivo fundado en 1969 por el músico Rick Davies.​ Supertramp ha sido una de las bandas más influyentes de la escena musical mundial de los setenta y ochenta del siglo XX y ha vendido más de 70 millones de discos. - Sección de actualidad informativa con Humor inteligente, en el programa El Remate de Miguel Angel González Suárez, en La Diez Capital Radio con el periodista José Juan Pérez Capote, El Número Uno. - Sección en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital radio con nuestro abogado particular, Juan Inurria. Trataremos de las amenazas que sufren los abogados, los limites a las dependencias judiciales y la Ley de Eficiencia Digital. - Sección en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital radio con la especialista en redes sociales, Ruth Labory. - Sección en el programa EL remate. Gimnasia Rítmica para todos y todas. Entrevista a Sole Negrín Cabeza, secretaria del Club Batistana de Tenerife, quien nos acerca a la gimnasia rítmica en nuestro archipiélago así como los logros obtenidos gracias a la cantera que en la actualidad conforman el club. "La gimnasia rítmica es un deporte accesible para todos y todas", afirma Negrín, que se ha implicado durante décadas en hacer de la disciplina un trato cercano y más humano, que no solo se centre en la competición en sí, sino que además sea un apoyo de salud y bienestar para todos los públicos. Además, Leticia Batista, que desde los 12 años ha competido en diferentes niveles hasta llegar a logros a nivel nacional, recibirá en breve el reconocimiento por parte del ayuntamiento del Rosario poniendo al pabellón de entrenamientos su nombre. Desde La Diez Capital Radio nos sentimos honrados por la presencia de personas que hacen de su pasión una contribución para un mundo mejor.

La Diez Capital Radio
Informativo; La Diez Capital Radio (22-07-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 23:06


Informativo de primera hora del viernes 22 de Julio de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. Hoy quiero dar los buenos días a los equipos de tareas de extinción que participan en la lucha contra el incendio en el norte de Tenerife; Consorcio de Bomberos; equipos EIRIF del Gobierno de Canarias con base en La Gomera; las brigadas BRIF del Ministerio de Transición Ecológica y Reto Demográfico (MITECO); Unidad Militar de Emergencias (UME); agentes de seguridad de la Policía Local, Cuerpos y Fuerzas de Seguridad del Estado (Guardia Civil y Policía Nacional) y Cuerpo General de la Policía Canaria; así como medios de Protección Civil, Servicio de Urgencias Canario y Cruz Roja Española. Las altas temperaturas remitirán a partir de hoy en Canarias. No obstante, las temperaturas registrarán un descenso a partir del viernes y el sábado para, de nuevo, volver a subir desde el próximo domingo, según destacó el delegado regional en Canarias de la Agencia Estatal de Meteorología. La radio en Canarias sigue creciendo en oyentes y credibilidad. Hoy se cumplen 149 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Hoy es viernes 22 de julio. Buenos días Ucrania. Día Mundial del Cerebro. El cerebro o "materia gris", como se le conoce comúnmente, es uno de los órganos vitales de nuestro cuerpo. Controla las actividades cognitivas (pensar, abstraer, leer) y reacciones del organismo (acciones y funciones corporales en respuesta a estímulos sensoriales). Por ello, el 22 de julio se celebra el Día Mundial del Cerebro. 1919: en Londres se estrena El sombrero de tres picos, de Manuel de Falla, con decorados de Pablo Picasso. 1936: las ciudades de San Roque, Algeciras y La Línea de la Concepción, son bombardeadas por los barcos leales de la República, Jaime I, Cervantes y Libertad. Uno de los proyectiles hace blanco en el Morro de Gibraltar (invadido por Gran Bretaña), lo que estuvo a punto de crear un conflicto internacional. 1941: empieza a emitir para España, desde Moscú, la emisora comunista La Pirenaica. 1942: se promulga la ley por la que se exime de pago de impuesto la transmisión de bienes de la Iglesia y las congregaciones religiosas. 1946: se celebra una Conferencia Internacional en la que se decide la creación de la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS). 1966: en Barcelona comienza a publicarse el semanario Tele-Estel, el primero escrito en catalán desde la Guerra Civil. 1973: el ciclista Luis Ocaña gana el Tour de Francia, y se convierte en el segundo corredor español que lo consigue. 1977: se celebra en el Congreso la ceremonia de la solemne inauguración de las Cortes Constituyentes españolas en la que el rey Juan Carlos I reconoce la soberanía del pueblo español. 2000: José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero se convierte en el nuevo secretario general del Partido Socialista Obrero Español (PSOE) con el 41,69 % de los votos de los delegados socialistas reunidos en el 35.º Congreso del partido. 2005: en el ayuntamiento de Mollet del Vallès (en Barcelona) se celebra la primera boda en España entre dos mujeres. 2011: Atentados terroristas en Oslo y Utoya (Noruega), mueren 77 personas (68 en Utoya) en el que fue el desastre más importante en Noruega desde la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Santos María Magdalena, Cirilo, Teófilo y Platón. El presidente de Italia disuelve el Parlamento y anuncia elecciones anticipadas. El BCE anuncia una subida de los tipos de interés de medio punto porcentual, la primera en once años. Sánchez sitúa a Montero como su número dos y a Patxi López y Pilar Alegría como portavoces en el Congreso y del partido. El Gobierno de Canarias asegura que el fuego, que abarca unas 110 hectáreas, es manejable. El incendio de Tenerife no se estabiliza: quema más de 100 hectáreas y tiene un perímetro de cinco kilómetros. Hasta ahora se han evacuado de manera preventiva la zona de acampada Fuente de Pedro, el Campamento Barranco de la Arena, así como las áreas recreativas El Lagar y La Tahona, más 13 viviendas que están a varios kilómetros del frente del fuego por recomendación de la Guardia Civil. El Gobierno prorroga la exención del IBI y el IAE a los afectados por el volcán de La Palma durante 2022 igual que hizo en 2021. Se trata de una medida que se hará extensiva a los desplazados por los gases tóxicos de La Bombilla y Puerto Naos. Las dudas sobre el caso mascarillas que siguen en el aire tras la comparecencia del director del Servicio Canario de Salud Conrado Domínguez ha justificado la contratación en un contexto de escasez de material sanitario y en la excepcionalidad prevista en el marco normativo de la pandemia, pero el relato de la Fiscalía Anticorrupción alude a otras cuestiones que no han sido abordadas en el Parlamento canario. La televisión canaria ratifica ante el Parlamento la existencia de una investigación tras detectar audímetros alterados. El administrador único de la RTVC, Francisco Moreno, defendió la labor del ente público y agregó que Kantar Media, la empresa encargada de la medición de audiencias de televisión en España, continúa a día de hoy con la auditoría sobre el posible “desajuste” que pueda haber en el Archipiélago. La Plataforma de la Tele condena el fraude en las audiencias que ha beneficiado a la Televisión Canaria. El Gobierno canario no avala la propuesta de CC para reducir el impuesto al combustible en las islas verdes. La decisión ha sido adoptada tras examinar dos informes, uno de la Consejería de Hacienda y otro de los Servicios Jurídicos. Un verso suelto en Turismo. El director general de Infraestructuras Turísticas, Fernando Miñarro, actúa al margen del departamento, que advierte de que sus convocatorias no son oficiales. El 22 de julio de 1944 nace el músico y compositor británico Rick Davies, fundador junto a Roger Hodgson de la banda de rock progresivo Supertramp. Supertramp es un grupo británico de rock progresivo fundado en 1969 por el músico Rick Davies.​ Supertramp ha sido una de las bandas más influyentes de la escena musical mundial de los setenta y ochenta del siglo XX y ha vendido más de 70 millones de discos.

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live: Update! SEC v. Ripple Labs & Jimmy Vallee (NPS July 19)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 91:18


Norm opens the show by asking listeners to opine on the possibility that disgraced Bridgeport, Connecticut, Mayor might make a comeback in the realm of law and politics. And listeners called in in resounding fashion.  Joe Ganim served 7 years in a federal prison for a myriad convictions including extortion and wire fraud, but not before being elected as the Mayor of Bridgeport from 1991 to 2003. He won election again in 2015 and is currently serving his 7th term as Mayor of Bridgeport.  But there is another investigation ongoing. Should Ganim be allowed to continue holding public office? And should he be granted his law license back? The entree of today's show is the return of one of LAL's favorite guests, Jimmy Vallee of Valhil Capital. Norm and Jimmy dive deep into the ongoing litigation between the Securities and Exchange Commission and Ripple Labs, the blockchain technology company that promulgated popular crytocurrency XRP.  $100MM in legal fees? Is XRP a security? And who regulates the regulator? Jimmy unpacks many of the very obvious conflicts between private companies competing with Ripple, the transition of key figures from those private entities into the public service at the SEC, and the SEC's subsequent behavior with respect to XRP's rather arbitrary designation as a security.  The notion of 'regulatory capture' is a concept that LAL routinely indulges. And the Ripple case is a complicated one.  For all of our listeners, please visit cryptolaw.us (run by a former guest, John Deaton) to find all of the information related to this case. There is even a button that will pre-fill an email to your local representative.  The SEC has some 'splainin' to do. And the outcome of midterm elections may portend a fiery future, perhaps by way of congressional committee or other investigative means.  Norm updates on the Twitter v. Elon Musk matter. The Delaware Chancery Court has granted Twitter's motion to expedite trial, and has set the date for October 2022. Rocket docket, here we come! Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC 600AM/107.3FM. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter. 

Water We Doing?
Deep Dive: Dr. Larry Niles, How Has Horseshoe Crab Blood Helped You?

Water We Doing?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 42:40


The fact that we rely on Horseshoe crab blood to test all of our internal medical devices and vaccines is stunning! And the fact that we are affecting the environment in such a drastic fashion yet have a synthetic alternative that we can turn to is wild. Yet we still remain crab vampires in the name of healthcare!In this episode we learn all about Horsehsoecrabs, why we need them, what we do with their blood and why you should care! We talk with Dr. Larry Niles from the Horseshoecrab Recovery Coalition and boy do we get into it!For more information about the Horseshoe Crab Recovery Coalition Click here. Check out  Dr. Larry Niles blog about his work right here.The Aquatic Bisophere Project The ABP is establishing a conservation Aquarium in the Prairies to help tell the Story of Water.

La Radio de la República
NUBE VIAJERA

La Radio de la República

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 27:44


Señora bonita. Amigo amo de casa. ¡YA ES MARTES! La Línea 1 de los días de la semana. Pero usted no se atasque de otra cosa que no sea desinformación. De la clara. De la bonita. De la platicada. Por eso pare la oreja, súbale a su radito que estas son las noticias:-NO SOMOS NADA… NASA hace historia y revela fotos con las inmensidades del universo… No se ve nada, pero están padres.-Y LA SIGUE LIBRANDO… La Fiscalía recula y suspende el citatorio de la exdirectora del metro para rendir cuentas por la línea 12… Quesque porque va contra sus derechos humanos, dice…-¡CANDENTE!… Diputadas del PRI denunciarán la difusión de sus fotos picositas… Sean reales o no.-Y EN LA MAÑANERA… ¡NO HUBO MAÑANERA! AMLO anda de pata de perro y aquí le damos detalles de la gira que dice que no es gira pero sí es gira…Completamente en vivo y en directo. De Grupo Fórmula transmitiendo y de ahí a dónde lleguen los gritos. Abriendo la conversación. Atrás de la raya que estamos trabajando. Llegó el más urbano, llegó el más bellaco. No es bebecita, es bebesota… Chumel Torres.

Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Lunes al Soul - 11/07/22

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 58:53


Joe Tatton, teclista de The New Mastersounds, irrumpió en solitario en 2016 antes del reciente homenaje "Rodina" a Mose Alisson. Y de los mismos archivos del sello "All Thing Analogue" escuchamos a la formación germana The Harmony Socidety... Y en la misma línea a la banda finlandesa Chicken Grass con su primer disco. Momento para los Coryell, el ilustre padre guitarrista y su menos conocido hijo multiinstrumentista y gran pianista. Joy Crookes hechizó en su actuación de este sábado en el BBK LIVE y esperamos con ilusión los conciertos de esta semana Robert Glasper en España. Y tenemos lo nuevo de Young Gun Silver Fox. DISCO 1 THE JOE TATTON TRIO Bang bang Boogaloo (EARLY WORKS) DISCO 2 THE HARMONY SOCIETY Bus Stop Boogie (EARLY WORKS) DISCO 3 CHICKEN GRASS & PRINCESS SHAW Sister Rosetta’s Train DISCO 4 CURTIS HARDING Keep On Shining DISCO 5 LARRY CORYELL Gabriela’s Song DISCO 6 ROBIN DANAR & JULIAN CORYELL Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough DISCO 7 JOY CROOKES Poison (JGW) DISCO 8 YOUNG GUN SILVER FOX West Side Jet MST v2 Vintage Smooth (CLO CANCIONES DE HOY) DISCO 9 ARLO PARKS Hurt DISCO 10 ROBERT GLASPER & JENNIFER HUDSON Out Of My Hands DISCO 11 GARY TAYLOR Take Control DISCO 12 CÉCILE McLORIN SALVANT Thunderclouds DISCO 13 JORGE PARDO LaLínea 1+2 Escuchar audio

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias
gratidão pelo presente / sete dias de gratidāo do minibuddha, meditação para crianças

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 4:39


certa vez um amigo me disse que gratidão é a memória do coração. quando a gente agradece do fundo do coração, deixamos aquele momento guardado para sempre. no episódio de hoje quero te covidar a viver o presente momento, o agora, o hoje, sem se preocupar com o que esta por vir! viver o presente, é saber e poder colocar a gratidão em pratica! feito com amor por Nidia e Lalá

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias
gratidão pela família / sete dias de gratidāo do minibuddha, meditação para crianças

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 4:39


tem família de uma pessoa só que mora com um gato só, tem família de duas mães, dois pais, família de dois filhos, de filho único. tem família de mãe solo, família que é filha, neta e vó, tem família so de irmãos, família de cachorro, pai, mãe e Lalá... ops, essa é a minha familia, como é a sua? feito com amor por Nidia e Lalá

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias
gratidão pelo teto / sete dias de gratidāo do minibuddha, meditação para crianças

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 5:58


ahh nosso lar, aquele lugar pra onde voltamos todo dia depois da escola, depois do trabalho, depois do passeio de domingo. o lar é o que nos abriga, protege do frio, do calor, da chuva do vento. em casa guardamos nossos tesouros, fotos, memórias. em casa tem bolo de fuba, sombra e água fresca. nosso teto é refúgio, morada de amor! feito com amor por Nidia e Lalá

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias
gratidão pela comida / sete dias de gratidāo do minibuddha, meditação para crianças

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 4:17


alimentar-se eh um ato de amor. seu corpo e alma precisam de comida fresca e saudável pra crescer e ficar inteligente. a comida representa tanta coisa boa pra nossa vida… em volta da mesa, famílias se reunem pra celebrar a vida, ceias, almoços, jantares, cafés. ahhh que delícia é papar e sentir a barriga ficar quentinha! feito com amor por Nidia e Lalá

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live: Connecticut's Libertarian Ticket with Aaron Lewis and Kevin Alan (NPS July 6)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 90:43


Norm opens the show discussing the function of the Supreme Court of the United States—to say what the law is—by examining the history of the Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren, who served on the Court from 1953 to 1969.  The Constitution certainly is not written in granite, but certainly the outrage we are seeing—"the crisis in the air"—illustrates the true cultural polarity in the modern American scene.  Norm also discusses the next major inflection point in American politics: the administrative state. That is, the Court's opinion in the EPA case reflects what many Americans have been saying for the last several years; that we are not a nation governed by experts. Why, then, is the Court's direction to Congress to step in and provide guidance to the EPA so important right now?  Norm then points out to the listener a fascinating book written in 1971, "Critical Elections and the Mainsprings of American Politics" by Walter Dean Burnham.  Burnham asked what it was that defines how our political parties attach themselves to our cultural issues.  Norm has had an ambivalent relationship with the Federalist Society for as long as it has existed. Why? And what is the future of the Federalist Society? In the second hour, Norm focuses on the Randy Cox case making headlines. He is then joined by LAL regular, Kevin Alan, who is running for Lt. Governor of Connecticut on the Libertarian ticket. And Norm is also joined by the Libertarian candidate for Governor, Aaron Lewis. Why would a Connecticut resident give a Libertarian candidate his or her vote?  Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC 600AM/107.3FM. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter. 

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias
gratidão pelas coisas boas / sete dias de gratidāo do minibuddha, meditação para crianças

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 3:03


as melhores coisas da vida, não são as coisas. o que há de melhor na vida, está nos detalhes. neste episódio queremos convidar você, a mamãe, o papai, ou a pessoa que cuida de você, a fazer uma lista de tudo que faz você sorrir e ser grato. feito com amor por Nidia e Lalá

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias
gratidão pela natureza / sete dias de gratidāo do minibuddha, meditação para crianças

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 5:36


tudo está conectado, uma borboleta não bate suas asinhas sem que haja um razão. as estrelas, a lua, o sol e o mar, tudo de alguma forma se conecta. A lua por exemplo não emite luz! quando olhamos para o céu numa noite escura, e vimos a lua brilhar… na verdade olhamos para o reflexo do grande sol iluminando o luar! o sol é a fonte de luz que deixa a lua linda e imponente. uma prova de que tudo está conectado. no episódio de hoje vamos agradecer por essa linda e misteriosa natureza que nos cerca. feito com amor por Nidia e Lalá

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias
gratidão pela vida / sete dias de gratidāo minibuddha, meditação para crianças

minibuddha - meditação para crianças e famílias

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 5:03


tudo o que somos é o resultado do que pensamos e quando praticamos a gratidão a gente potencializa as coisas boa da vida, e consequentemente atraímos mais do que é bom.

The Dead Format Podcast
Episode 146 Ian's LaL Tournament Recap!

The Dead Format Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 51:38


Ian got to go play in the latest LaL tournament where he recaps how great it was to see everyone in person again and his feature match! www.patreon.com/TheDeadFormat Mana Traders Referral Link: www.manatraders.com/?medium=tsmiley Discount Code: tsmiley Twitter Contact: Official Podcast Contact @DeadFormatCast Ian @Ian18125 Tom @TsmileyMtg deadformatcast@gmail.com

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live: John Deaton of Crypto-Law.us, the SEC and Agency Capture + Pizza Talk (NPS July 1)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 92:08


Ahead of the 3-day weekend, Norm thanks listeners for keeping him around through 9 weeks of the Norm Pattis Show. For all of you loyal LAL listeners, our gratitude knows no bounds. Thank you for setting out on this journey with us. Norm opens the show talking about his disappointment with the USA Today article naming the Top 50 Pizzerias in the United States—where is the New Haven representation?! Incredible.  A local listener calls in to tell Norm about her favorite local spots and toppings, which sets off a tidal wave of pizza talk. Another listener calls in to share his favorite local pizza shop and toppings and then asks Norm to explain a legal perspective on the Cassidy Hutchinson congressional testimony that apparently conflicts with the position of the Secret Service. The main event for this episode is our guest, John Deaton, founder of Deaton Law Firm and Crypto-Law.us. Norm has John on talk about a letter that John wrote to a Senator just recently detailing the alleged  Securities and Exchange Commission's unfair and abusive treatment of Ripple and holders of XRP.  The key question, as we have addressed before, is whether digital assets like Etherium and XRP are considered securities for purposes of investment and regulation. John details how absurd the treatment of XRP is—could every holder of XRP in the world today be guilty of transacting unlawfully in unregistered securities? This is a serious question, given the SEC's public position against Ripple, its founders, and the token XRP itself. Are crypto/digital assets better regarded as commodities or securities? Norm and John discuss the concept of agency capture and what it means the in context of the SEC, its commissioners, former commissioners, and the entities for whom the SEC apparently has acted almost exclusively to protect.  Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC 600AM/107.3FM. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter. 

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live: More on Dobbs; Harvard on the Cusp of Reparations Payments? + W. Michael Boyer (NPS June 27)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 92:07


Norm is joined in the first hour as he is at the start of every workweek by the co-host and producer of Law and Legitimacy and North Carolina-based attorney at Carolina Craft Legal, W. Michael Boyer.  Last week, Norm and Mike capped off the end of a rapidly crescendoing news week by analyzing the mechanisms and likely impacts of SCOTUS's decisions in New York Pistol and Rifle Association and Dobbs (Second Amendment and Abortion cases respectively). With so much cultural and political fallout from the latter, the two decide to "wade" back into the waters of the Dobbs decision in today's episode, this time focusing on the relationship between abortion and the right to privacy. Why? Norm focuses on an opinion piece penned to the New York Times and which appeared in the Saturday edition, written by none other than Senator Elizabeth Warren. While Senator Warren makes calls for abortion to be recognized as a federal constitutional right, Norm reminds listeners of Senator Warren's parallel preoccupation and support of the emerging public health state.  On the heels of nearly two years of top-down pressure from both state and private corporations coercing individuals to receive coronavirus innoculations, Norm queries whether our current concept of the individual right to privacy is under existential threat.  Mike illustrates his working mental model for the politics of abortion, privacy, capital punishment, and the emerging public health state (which both Norm and Mike understand as functionally the same as an emerging federal police power).  The two receive a glowing review from a caller thanking Norm for speaking plainly and with substantive merit to the public every day.  The two end the hour by unpacking Lanier v. President and Fellows of Harvard College, a case originating in Massachusetts in March 2019, dealing with Tamara Lanier's claim for negligent infliction of emotional distress. Specifically, Ms. Lanier claims—and the Supreme Judicial Court apparently agrees—that Harvard breached its duty of care to her in its treatment of her claims that she is the direct lineal descendant of one of the salves depicted in certain daguerreotypes dating to 1850.  With the limited time remaining Norm expresses his relief that this SCOTUS term has come to an end, and analyzes a view of the lesser regarded decisions that have been handed down.  Norm is joined by Brian Festa in the second hour. Listeners may recall Brian Festa from previous Law and Legitimacy and LAL Live episodes. Brian is the face of We The Patriots USA and a great friend to the LAL family. Norm asks Brian to give his opinion on the public reaction to Dobbs and to extrapolate those opinions to a larger criticism of American society.  Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC 600AM/107.3FM. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter. 

The Deep Purple Podcast
Episode #166 - BBC Sessions (June 1969)

The Deep Purple Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 80:29


The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #166 BBC Sessions (June, 1969) June 20, 2022 Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, Amazon Music, or search in your favorite podcatcher! How To Support Our Show: Leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts Buy Merch at Our Etsy Store! Become a Patron on Patreon Donate on Paypal (Donate one time or click “make this a monthly donation” box) Donate to $DPPOD Using Cash App Brendan Ashbrook - Logo Designer Thanks to Our Executive Level Patrons: Patron Updates: Percival Frequency writes in . . . HAll of Fame Ceremony for our first inductee: Rich Shailor! Deep Dive Podcast Network: Deep Dive Podcast Network Timeline leading up to BBC Sessions Album Tracks: "The Painter" (BBC Sounds Like Tony Brandon Show Session – 24 June 1969) "Laléna" (BBC Sounds Like Tony Brandon Show Session – 24 June 1969) Thanks to Our Core Level Patrons: "The Painter" (BBC Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae Session – 30 June 1969) "I'm So Glad" (BBC Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae Session – 30 June 1969) "Hush" (BBC Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae Session – 30 June 1969) Four days after this June 30th session Mark 1 played their final live show and Simper and Evans were officially fired from the band. Thanks To Our Foundation Level Patrons: Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you'd like us to cover? We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live Part 2: From Happy the Elephant to Artificial Intelligence (NPS June 15)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 46:59


Norm opens the second segment inviting a discussion of whether computers have minds, and the distinctions between narrow intelligence, general intelligence, and super intelligence within the context of artificial intelligence.  However, W. Michael Boyer—producer of LAL and weekly call-in guest to the NPS—simply cannot contain himself and calls in to keep the conversation going about Happy the Elephant. We finally get him kicked off so Norm might continue the discussion of artificial intelligence in earnest.  Michael does point out, however, for Norm's consideration the strange failure of the law to acknowledge the in-between space between basic chattel/personal property value and that of human life. That is, humans have extremely deep bonds with their pets and tend to make irrational economic decisions with respect to medical care. Is there room in the law for this? It is a surprisingly big question.  Norm shares a deeply moving story of one of his pet's passing.  Then, he takes a call from someone who wants to talk about the Federal Reserve. Yes, it was a non-sequitor.  Norm finally draws out what is inside of us when we contemplate the intermediate position pets occupy and discusses critically the notion that machines might ever be able to do what humans do. By that, Norm does not mean simply mimic or predict behavior. Will computers ever have a sense of wonder? Will computers ever sincerely mourn the loss of an intermediate soul, like a pet?  Like, share, and subscribe. Norm is live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC 600AM/107.3FM. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter. 

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live Rewind — Who Are The Proud Boys? + Dan Hull, Esq. (NPS May 4)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 47:05


Norm is joined in this rewind version of LAL Live by esteemed D.C.-based lawyer, Dan Hull. This week, Norm entered an appearance on behalf of Dan Hull's client and J6 defendant, Joe Biggs, J6 defendant and member of the Proud Boys who on the eve of the J6 Commission hearings was charged through a superseding indictment with seditious conspiracy in connection with the events of January 6, 2021.  Norm asks Dan to shed light on the facets of the J6 prosecutions that are simply not making their way to the mainstream conversation, such as the nature of the Proud Boys, a profile on Joe Biggs, and what these prosecutions represent as we can best picture at this moment in American history.  What is a superseding indictment? Is the Proud Boys a white nationalist organization? What in the world were the members of the Proud Boys doing in D.C. on January 6th? And what of the disparity in treatment of the Proud Boys and Antifa in American media, politics, and our system of justice? We have hosted Dan Hull on LAL multiple times before. His courage is nothing short of admirable, but indeed in short supply. Listen to this episode. Consider the courage Dan has displayed and the immense sacrifices he has made in defending a member of the Damned Class, and why Norm would so risk the same reputational and social recoils in pursuit of justice for Joe Biggs.  Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live every weekday on WICC 600AM/107.3FM from 12pm ET to 2pm ET. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter. 

Line in the Land
Una Odisea Haitiana E5: 'América'

Line in the Land

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 26:01


Después de ser desplazados de Haití, un éxodo hacía Sudamérica y una travesía épica a través de las Américas ¿qué fue del American dream para los haitianos? En este episodio final de La Línea, Dachka, Jeanbaptiste y otros explican donde se encuentran ahora.

조손의 느바
(6/8/수) [주간농구] LAL 다빈햄 감독 내정, 활력 되찾을까? + 이현중 신인 드래프트 전망 + KBL FA 정리

조손의 느바

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 22:45


2022년 6월 8일 수요일주제: LAL 다빈햄 감독 내정, 활력 되찾을까? + 이현중 신인 드래프트 전망 + KBL FA 정리1. NBA 파이널 3차전 전망2. 레이커스 등 다른 팀 재정비 소식3. KBL FA 소식 정리출연 : 손대범 기자 (농구전문기자), 조현일 위원 (농구해설위원)ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 https://art19.com/privacy & https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.

Line in the Land
Una Odisea Haitiana E4: Haiti

Line in the Land

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 28:49


Cuando un terremoto masivo devastó Haití en 2010, la comunidad internacional prometió invertir miles de millones de dólares en la recuperación. La mayor parte de esa ayuda no se destinó ni a la reconstrucción de Haití, ni al pueblo haitiano. Pero la inestabilidad de Haití data de siglos; tiene que ver con fuerzas políticas externas que se remontan a la historia de origen del país como la primera república negra del mundo. Esa historia, en el episodio cuatro de La Línea.

[KBS] 스포츠 스포츠
(6/8/수) [주간농구] LAL 다빈햄 감독 내정, 활력 되찾을까? + 이현중 신인 드래프트 전망 + KBL FA 정리

[KBS] 스포츠 스포츠

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 27:50


2022년 6월 8일 수요일주제: LAL 다빈햄 감독 내정, 활력 되찾을까? + 이현중 신인 드래프트 전망 + KBL FA 정리1. NBA 파이널 3차전 전망2. 레이커스 등 다른 팀 재정비 소식3. KBL FA 소식 정리출연 : 손대범 기자 (농구전문기자), 조현일 위원 (농구해설위원)ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 https://art19.com/privacy & https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.

Canadian Musician Radio
What Role Does the Music Industry Have in Causing & Fighting Climate Change?

Canadian Musician Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 32:29


On this week's podcast, Canadian Musician Editor-in-Chief Mike Raine is joined by Kim Fry, one of the organizers behind Music Declares Emergency Canada (MDEC). It's the Canadian chapter of a global movement of people in the music industry working together “towards a carbon neutral future.” More than 200 artists have signed on in Canada, including Tegan & Sara, LAL, Sarah Harmer, Caribou, and members of Broken Social Scene and Tokyo Police Club. Kim, who has a background with Greenpeace and climate activism, is also the mother of Brighid Fry of the popular Canadian indie-folk group Housewife (formerly Moscow Apartment). Mike and Kim discuss MDE/MDEC's formation, it's approach to activism and making change, why and how artists should get involved with climate activism, even if they're not “perfect” environmentalists, and what specifically the music industry needs to change in order to be part of the solution of halting climate change. For more about Music Declares Emergency, go to www.musicdeclares.net.

The Dead Format Podcast
Episode 144 with Pat Euglow

The Dead Format Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 63:58


Ian has short term memory issues and invites Pat from LaL onto the cast to promote their upcoming tournament- tons of fun to talk to Pat and we had a blast this week! @LaLMtG www.patreon.com/TheDeadFormat Mana Traders Referral Link: www.manatraders.com/?medium=tsmiley Discount Code: tsmiley Twitter Contact: Official Podcast Contact @DeadFormatCast Ian @Ian18125 Tom @TsmileyMtg deadformatcast@gmail.com

Line in the Land
Una Odisea Haitiana E3: Colombia

Line in the Land

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 25:03


Para llegar a Texas desde Sudamérica, los haitianos deben viajar a pie a través de un tramo impenetrable de selva llamado el Tapón del Darién. Este camino rebelde y virgen desde el norte de Colombia hasta el sur de Panamá es literalmente un tapón en la carretera Panamericana, repleta de animales venenosos, grupos armados y ríos caudalosos. En el episodio tres de La Línea, los haitianos llevan a los oyentes a un viaje boscoso como ningún otro.

Daily News Brief by TRT World

*) Russian forces face stiff resistance in Ukraine's Donbass A Moscow-backed separatist leader has said that Russian forces had not advanced as rapidly as they had hoped in the battle for Sievierodonetsk. Russia has been seeking to seize the entire Donbass region, consisting of Luhansk and Donetsk, which Moscow claims on behalf of separatist proxies. Capturing the easternmost city of Sievierodonetsk would give Moscow effective control of Luhansk and allow the Kremlin to declare some form of victory after more than three months of the conflict. *) EU agrees ban on 'more than 2/3' of Russian oil imports European Union leaders have reached a compromise to impose a partial oil embargo on Russia at a summit focused on helping Ukraine with a delayed package of sanctions that was blocked by Hungary. The watered-down embargo covers only Russian oil brought in by sea, allowing a temporary exemption for imports delivered by pipeline. EU Council President Charles Michel said on Twitter the agreement covers more than two-thirds of oil imports from Russia, "cutting a huge source of financing for its war machine…” *) Nepal recovers all bodies from site of plane crash Civil aviation authorities in Nepal have said they recovered the last body from the wreckage site of a small passenger plane carrying 22 people that went missing over the weekend. "We have found the last missing body," Deo Chandra Lal, a spokesperson for Nepal's Civil Aviation Authority said. Lal also said preliminary investigations have found that the cause of the crash could be "adverse weather conditions." *) Biden to meet Fed chair as inflation bites pocketbooks President Joe Biden is set to meet with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell as soaring inflation takes a bite out of Americans' pocketbooks. The meeting will be the first since Biden renominated Powell to lead the central bank and comes weeks after his confirmation for a second term by the Senate. The White House said the pair would discuss the state of the US and global economy and especially inflation, described as Biden's “top economic priority." And, finally… *) 3,400-year-old city discovered in northern Iraq Archaeologists have uncovered an ancient city dating back to the Mittani Empire around 3,400 years ago in the Tigris River in Duhok province, Iraq. Bekes Birifkani, director of historical artifacts and culture in the province explained that the area was inhabited until 1985, before the Mosul Dam was built in 1990, leaving the area submerged under water. Noting that more than 2,000 historical sites have been discovered in the city so far, Birifkani said this year's excavations also yielded important results.

AWR Malagasy / Malgache
1- Aza tia tena sy mampijaly ny hafa 2- Faniriana 3- Te hiresaka aminao Jesosy 4- Lalàna fototra mifehy ny fambolena voajanahary 5- Fahasoavan'Andriamanitra tamin'i Jakoba

AWR Malagasy / Malgache

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 59:00


1- Aza tia tena sy mampijaly ny hafa 2- Faniriana 3- Te hiresaka aminao Jesosy 4- Lalàna fototra mifehy ny fambolena voajanahary 5- Fahasoavan'Andriamanitra tamin'i Jakoba

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #076 — Maneuvering in the Law's Shadow with Mike and Norm

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 57:33


Norm and Mike connect on a Sunday afternoon for a well-deserved long form episode.  Uninhibited by the Ad Man, the duo begin with the elusive topic of "justice" by debriefing one of Mike's recent case resolutions.  Norm asks Mike to unpack the basics of trademark law in view of the anecdotal facts attendant to the relevant case. The two discuss the procedural considerations, the pressure of keeping the best interests of the client at the forefront at all times of litigation, and how the cost of pursuing a worthy legal remedy can often impart a bad taste in the mouth of a client a la "justice deferred" either in whole or in part.  The two transition to a debrief of this podcast's recent evolution to daily radio! Most of you are aware by now, but for the uninitiated, Law and Legitimacy is LIVE ON THE RADIO in the form of "the Norm Pattis Show" on connecticut radio WICC 600 AM/107.3 FM every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET, and streamed live online at https://www.wicc600.com/#. Norm is now a permanent fixture on the radio!  With some added versatility, LAL is poised to bring more impactful long form interviews that build on the core tenets of Law and Legitimacy and as informed by daily listener interest. We appreciate you subscribing to Law and Legitimacy, rating us 5 stars and sharing its treasure with your friends and family.  Find all of our links here: https://linktr.ee/PattisPodcast, follow us on social @PattisPodcast, and let us know your feedback. We appreciate YOU. Cheers!

Experimental Brewing
Episode 153 - Drew Tortures Denny with Beer!

Experimental Brewing

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 77:31 Very Popular


Drew's been busy making beer for festival! What better to do with it than torture Denny with samples of 4 different beers. (All featuring a twist or two and those fantastic Crisp Heritage Malts! Will Denny like them? Find out! Episode Links: Homebrewers Association: https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/experimental HomebrewCon: June 23-25 - Pittsburgh: https://www.homebrewcon.org Marcus Baskerville and Rahr team up!: https://rahr.com/2022/04/27/rahr-corporation-marcus-baskerville-announce... All About Beer Relaunches: https://allaboutbeer.com/welcome-back-to-all-about-beer/ The Evolution of the SoCal Cerveceros: https://www.goodbeerhunting.com/blog/2022/5/19/i-see-you-the-evolution-o... Patrick Rue buys 50% of Moonlight: https://thefullpint.com/beer-news/patrick-rue-purchases-50-interest-in-m... Session Doppelbock: https://www.brewingwithbriess.com/blog/a-style-is-born-session-doppelbock/ Brewing Beer in 1938: https://today.rtl.lu/culture/exhibitions-and-history/a/1910476.html Britian's Floating WWII Brewery: https://www.military.com/history/britain-built-floating-brewery-make-bee... Verdant Mild with Chevalier: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1265878/verdant-mild Bloody Butcher Cream Ale with Hana and Sugarcreek Corn Malt: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1238349/bloody-butche... Saison Experimentale with Lal's Farmhouse Yeast and Hana: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1238349/bloody-butche... 7th Talon IPA with Crisp Plummage Archer: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1269021/seventh-talon... Wood Turning in Maine: https://www.youtube.com/c/DavidAdamsen K9 For Warriors: https://k9sforwarriors.org/ Patreon Remember even a buck is good for charity: http://www.patreon.com/experimentalbrewing Episode Contents: 00:00:00 Opening & Our Sponsors 00:02:54 Announcements & Feedback 00:07:15 The Pub 00:22:31 The Library 00:35:15 The Brewery 01:14:02 Quick Tip & Something Other This episode is brought to you by: ​American Homebrewers Association ​Brewing America ​Country Malt Group ​Jaded Brewing ​Mecca Grade Estate Malt ​Wyeast Labs ​YCH Hops Interested in helping Denny and Drew with the IGOR program (aka help us run experiments!) - contact them at igor@experimentalbrew.com. We want more Citizen Science! In the meanwhile, subscribe via your favorite podcasting service (iTunes, etc). Like our podcast, review it - talk it up! If you have comments, feedbacks, harassments, etc, feel free to drop us a line at podcast@experimentalbrew.com. Follow us on Facebook (ExperimentalHomebrewing) or Twitter (@ExpBrewing). If you have questions you'd like answered in our Q&A segment, send an email to questions@experimntalbrew.com! Don't forget you can support the podcast on Patreon by going to http://patreon.com/experimentalbrewing This episode can be downloaded directly at http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.experimentalbrew.com/sites/d... Podcast RSS Url: http://www.experimentalbrew.com/podcast.rss

Line in the Land
Una Odisea Haitiana E2: Chile

Line in the Land

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 23:02


Sudamérica se convirtió en un refugio para muchos haitianos desplazados por el devastador terremoto de 2010. Sin embargo, como inmigrantes negros de un país en ruinas, los haitianos también se encontraban entre las poblaciones más vulnerables. En este segundo episodio de La Línea, los haitianos cuentan sus historias de una década de migración a través de las Américas, y cómo los países que inicialmente los recibieron, finalmente les cerraron las puertas.

AWR Malagasy / Malgache
1- Fanaovan-tsoa 2- Fifanajana Fizarana fahatelo 3- Jesosy sakaiza tia mihoatra nohon ny rahalahy 4- Lalàna fototra mifehy ny fambolena voajanahary Fizarana voalohany 5- Ilay tohatr'i Jakôba

AWR Malagasy / Malgache

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 59:00


1- Fanaovan-tsoa 2- Fifanajana Fizarana fahatelo 3- Jesosy sakaiza tia mihoatra nohon ny rahalahy 4- Lalàna fototra mifehy ny fambolena voajanahary Fizarana voalohany 5- Ilay tohatr'i Jakôba

Re:Engage TNG
The Offspring - s3e16

Re:Engage TNG

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 82:33


Data has a baby girl! And ReEngage returns with another special guest star, video game enthusiast Shams Jorjani to wax poetic on fatherhood and the "memnoir" by Brent Spiner heavily referencing this episode. Admiral Asshole wants to take Data's daughter Lal away from him after the crew has grown to love her. (Perhaps in Riker's case, a little too much.) Guinan has a significant part to play, as does Picard, but the episode is stolen by Spiner's Data and Hallie Todd's performance as Lal. This is a landmark episode too launching the careers of writer René Echevarria and Jonathan Frakes' as a director. Sorry, this discussion is a doozy, but that's only because there was so much great conversation. Get in touch with us on Twitter @ReEngageTNG!   Host: Greg Tito (@gregtito on Twitter, @greg_tito on IG)  Panel: Erik Gratton (@erikfallsdown on Twitter & IG), Kate Jaeger (@jaegerlicious on Twitter and IG), Jimmie G (@thejimmieg on IG & Twitter), and special guest Shams Jorjani (@shamsjorjani on Twitter) Audio Editor: Greg Tito (@gregtito on Twitter, @greg_tito on IG) Logo artwork: @mojojojo_97 on Twitter, mojo97.com Theme music: Ryan Marth   Next up is the s3e17 "Sins of the Father" hosted by Erik!

Bos Isler
Migros Up Ortak İnovasyona Hazır Girişimcileri Çağırıyor! - Boş İşler & Start Point Çapraz Yayını

Bos Isler

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 62:51


Migros Up grup müdürü Dr. Ayşegül Özkavukcu ve Hergele Mobility kurucu ortağı Lal Polater, Boş İşler ve Start Point podcast kanallarımızda yaptığımız çapraz yayında konuğumuz oldular. 

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live Part 2: Mark Dubois + Regulating the Practice of Law (NPS May 18)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 46:51


Norm is joined in the second hour by a friend of the LAL podcast, attorney Mark Dubois.  Norm opens this hour discussing the obvious lack of focus monopolizing our political structure as it prioritizes proxy wars abroad while ignoring the very obvious shortcomings of the current administration at home.  How are lawyers regulated? Mark is the former Chief Discplinary Counsel for the State of Connecticut.  The first lawyer code came about in 1883, and Mark believes we are still getting it wrong.  What is the attorney-client privilege? How does it compare to the duty of confidentiality? Listen to gain an invaluable understanding of how knowledge assymetry in the practice of law functions to inform expectations of practitioners of law as it relates to regulating the legal profession.  Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live on WICC600 AM every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/#. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter. 

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live Part 1: Jimmy Vallee + Future of Money (NPS May 13)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 45:16


Norm opens the show by lauding Senator Rand Paul for his resolve in voting to block the $40B Ukraine relief package.  Norm is then joined in the first hour by Jimmy Vallee, previous LAL guest and the principal of Valhil Capital. Jimmy is an expert in cryptocurrency and has much to offer to the average person in each of our pursuit of an understanding of money and the future thereof.  Norm starts with a fundamental look at the function of "money": a medium of exchange; a measure of value; a store of value; and a way to track value.  What does it mean to 'digitize' currency? Why would we want to 'digitize' currency? Norm questions the trust in our system of money, and the inherent feeling of 'crazy' he gets in thinking about the digital nature of our current economic system.  Jimmy asserts that the dollar is at risk internationally, and that there will be a massive change in the relative value of national currencies like the dollar and other global reserve currencies. But where are we going, and what does it mean? Like, share, and subscribe! Listen to Norm live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC600. Stream Norm at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter!

A Las Carreras
Luz al final del túnel

A Las Carreras

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 72:44


Más de 4 mil atletas se dieron cita para correr primera versión de la Media Maratón del Túnel de La Línea, una de las recientes obras de infraestructura que engalanan las carreteras de Colombia. El atleta bogotano John Tello, quien se coronó campeón de esta carrera, cuenta en este episodio los momentos vividos en los últimos meses y el aprendizaje de cada uno de ellos. Dos triatletas colombianos se pusieron en los pies de los corredores y crearon una crema con extractos naturales para aliviar la fatiga muscular, además de brindar el bienestar que las piernas necesitan después la actividad física. ¿Listos? ¡A correr!

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live Part 1: Mark Richards + Defending Kyle Rittenhouse (NPS May 17)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 45:12


Those of you loyal LAL listeners will remember the voice of attorney Mark Richards, the no-nonsense criminal defense attorney anchored about 20 miles outside of Kenosha, Wisconsin.  Mark joins Norm to recount the days leading up to the Kenosha riots during the infamous "Summer of Love" in 2020, the incident involving Kyle Rittenhouse, and the nature of his representation.  Mark talks about the courtroom dynamics, the intensely high-profile nature of the entire trial, and his continuing relationship with Kyle as Kyle begins his own journey into early adulthood.  Norm and Mark take listener calls. We encourage you all to go back to LAL #063 for the long form interview with Mark Richards.  Like, share, and subscribe! Norm is live every weekday from 12pm ET to 2pm ET on WICC600. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/#. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter. 

Line in the Land
Presentamos La Línea: Una Odisea Haitiana

Line in the Land

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 3:23


Episodio 1 de La Línea se estrenará en español e ingles el 18 de mayo, Día de la Bandera de Haití. Suscríbanse a esta platforma para recibir un nuevo episodio cada semana.

Place to Be Nation POP
NBA-Team #236: 2022 Gone Fishin' Part Two: The Weight of Expectations

Place to Be Nation POP

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 58:30


With the 2021-2022 season in the books, we can now start to take a look back at some teams who had to deal with varying expectations, from a pencilled in Championship to absolutely none at all. In this episode, Andrew and Adam discuss ATL, LAC, CHI, CLE, LAl, CHA, BKN, and SA. Enjoy!

조손의 느바
(5/4/수) [주간농구] 신임 감독 찾는 LAL 상황은? + 70.8% 확률 챙긴 SK, KGC는 위기를 돌파할 수 있을까?

조손의 느바

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 22:51


2022년 5월 4일 수요일주제: [주간농구] 신임 감독 찾는 LAL 상황은? + 70.8% 확률 챙긴 SK, KGC는 위기를 돌파할 수 있을까? 1. NBA 플레이오프 주요 소식2. KBL 챔피언결정전 주요 소식출연 : 손대범 기자 (농구전문기자)조현일 위원 (농구해설위원)ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 https://art19.com/privacy & https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.

For the Love of Sports | WGY Sports
Where Do The Lakers Go From Here

For the Love of Sports | WGY Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 21:35


Trevor Lane of Lakers Nation discusses how the Lakers got to this point of one of the worst seasons in franchise history, and where they go from here.

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #074 — Jacquie of All Trades: Reentry and the American Justice System

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 66:57


We'd like to first acknowledge and direct you to the last couple of minutes of this episode of Law and Legitimacy.  Many of you have been on this journey with us long enough to have shaken the digital hand of a real life hero and friend, Mr. Jay Jessup. It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the loss of Jay. Without an ounce of self-promotion we encourage you to revisit (or perhaps visit for the first time) LAL #052 to hear a little of his essence. We deeply love and deeply miss Jay. In case you're reading this, we'll meet again God willing.  ** Episode #074 is a warming one. Jacqueline Polverari joins us to trace her personal journey into and beyond the American criminal justice system. Jacquie is the Founder and Executive Director of Evolution Reentry Services, an organization that deploys a comprehensive approach to assist women in finding balance within themselves and with their families in post-incarceration life.  This is a topic that is close to Norm's heart, of course. Norm routinely talks of the difficulty of managing both the substantive legal burden and psychological duress connected to clients' impending, likely, or active incarceration.  Jacquie tells her story of entry into and emergence from incarceration, the events leading thereto, and discusses her particular care for women who face, are facing, or have faced a loss of freedom behind non-violent felony convictions. Her sense of humor is top notch and her long list of personal and professional  accolades tell the real story of Jacquie Polverari. It is that high idle of spirit and mental strength that make Jacquie the unique and intensely benevolent force that she is.  Norm was honored to represent Jacquie for the sentencing phase of her legal defense. And it is perhaps not a stretch to say that Norm's commitment to Jacquie's freedom was at one time greater than her own.  Such is the soul of civil rights and criminal defense advocacy. And such is the glow about a practitioner like Norm, who through his advocacy affords a client strength in the moments they might themselves feel least deserving. Jacquie's mission is noble and her services are much in demand.  If you'd like to get involved with Evolution Reentry or are interested in what it may offer to you, a family member, or a friend, call (203) 671-5139, visit the website, or email evolutionreentry@gmail.com.  Our most sincere gratitude to each of you for your continued listenership. For those of you fearless Patreon subscribers, we salute! You can become a patron here.  Find us and rate us fifty-two stars on whatever podcast platform you've found us. You can access a handful plus all of Law and Legitimacy's social media through this gateway.  Until next time . . .

Amplify Voices
Companies Are Investing More In Training

Amplify Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 32:01


On this previously live-streamed event, Audrey Cavenecia and Lara Nuer, talk about the fact that companies are investing more into training during this period of Great Resignation. They also discuss a Mother's Legacy. Lara Nuer is the Co-Founder, Lead Facilitator, Senior Executive Coach and Culture Change Partner at Learning as Leadership, a decades-old leadership development and culture change firm in the San Francisco Bay Area. Steeped in LaL's proprietary methodology, Lara has been an instrumental leader of the core team of designers, facilitators, and coaches for 30 years. When Lara was 14 her mother, Claire, was diagnosed with terminal cancer and given 3 months to live. Lara and her father, Sam, became Claires' copilots on her quest for healing. While still battling cancer -- Claire's life's work was born: to give people the tools to discover self-awareness. Claire and Sam created workshops to help others to bring their best selves to their projects and their relationships. “Don't wait until you have a few months to live to work on yourself!” was her motto. Today, Lara continues to carry on her mother's legacy.

Setting The Pace (A Pacers Podcast)
Mailbag!! Ranking the most tradable players, what 8-players we'd protect in an Expansion Draft + what would you trade to secure Jaden Ivey?

Setting The Pace (A Pacers Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 72:40


Alex Golden is joined by Derek Kramer of iPacers Blog and Rhett Bauer of 8 points, 9 seconds to answer your mailbag questions! After watching Keegan Murray the past few days in the Big Ten Touney, I would not be mad if he was our pick. What are your guys' thoughts on Keegan and the fit for him on our team? (Jordan S - Twitter) What is the worst trade package you would take for Myles Turner, right now? Do you let him play again this season to try and recoup some value? (Zach Barnett) Pick one player from each power five conference that you would draft. (Sam Culbertson) If the Pacers get the #1 pick, and draft Chet Holmgren, do you think that guarantees Turner will be traded? (Aaron M) Imagine we draft Ivey and next year get to watch Hali throw alleys to both Jaden and IJax. Yay or nay: We call the young group “Afterschool Special” instead of the “new lob city” (Reggie's finger sleeve) More likely to become the face of the franchise? Haliburton or potential Top 5 pick? (Chris Weech) Rank 3 things (players, picks, etc) that you would NOT give up to move into the top 3-4 in this draft…. EXCLUDING Haliburton, the obvious choice. (Chuck & Jamie) Pritchard has to hear the cry for ivey himself to stay here in indiana. What would you give up to get himmmm??? (Ricky Kelly) Do you see Oshae as a long term starter in the league? I see him more as a rotational player, but would like to hear your thoughts. Also who do you see as good fits to trade Goga to this offseason? (Elliot Beaver) What's your perspective on Buddy? Do you want him here next year and do you think he will be? (Jeff Dunham) Regarding the rumors of the addition of two possible expansion team in the next couple years (most likely Las Vegas and the return of Seattle); If two expansion teams were added this offseason and you had a protection limit of 8 players for the expansion draft, Who would you protect and why? (Ben Cook) MOCK TRADE IDEA: IND gets Bazley & a 2022 1st via LAL, NOP gets Brogdon, NYK gets Nance, Graham & 2022 1st via PHX, OKC gets Randle...THOUGHTS!? (Tyler Thompson) Rank Brogdon, Hield and Turner in terms of trade value? Pick two teams you think will try to acquire these guys in the offseason. (festar 35) Why has Terry Taylor's role been up and down recently? (walter) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices