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Hot Off The Wire
Biden: 'Our country hurts' after Hurricane Ian; Virginia Thomas meets with Jan. 6 panel; fewer people seek unemployment | Top headlines for Sept. 29 & 30, 2022

Hot Off The Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 8:05


President Joe Biden says the entire United States "hurts" along with the people of Florida after Hurricane Ian flooded communities across the state, knocked out power and raised fear of a "substantial loss of life.” Biden went to the Washington headquarters of the Federal Emergency Management Agency for a briefing on federal response efforts. Conservative activist Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, has appeared for a voluntary interview with the House panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection. The committee has for months sought an interview with Thomas in an effort to know more about her role in trying to help former President Donald Trump overturn his election defeat. Congress is moving quickly to avoid a government shutdown. The Senate on Thursday passed a short-term spending bill that would finance federal agencies into mid-December. British Prime Minister Liz Truss has defended her economic plan that roiled financial markets, saying she's willing to make “difficult decisions” to get the economy growing. The number of Americans filing for jobless benefits dropped last week, a sign that few companies are cutting jobs despite high inflation and a weak economy. Applications for unemployment benefits for the week ending Sept. 24 fell by 16,000 to 193,000, the Labor Department reported Thursday. The man who assassinated presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 said from a California prison that he wants a judge to free him so he can live the rest of his life in peace. Now 78-years-old, Sirhan Sirhan has been incarcerated for 54 years. Nearly a dozen lawsuits in Illinois accuse gun-maker Smith & Wesson of illegally targeting young men at risk of violence with ads for firearms. The 11 suits filed Wednesday cite the 22-year-old gunman accused of opening fire on a July Fourth parade in suburban Chicago and killing seven people. A scientist who built a global COVID-19 website received this year's Lasker award for public service. The Lasker Foundation, which gives out annual prizes for medical research, announced this year's winners on Wednesday. —The Associated Press    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Roberto con lo Zaino
Emanuel Lasker

Roberto con lo Zaino

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 7:00


Il matematico che giocava a scacchi.

The BBL Show
Commonwealth Gold Medalist Coach Julius Joseph

The BBL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 46:57


Welcome to episode 11 of the summer road trip here at the bbl show in which Mr Lasker goes one on one with Commonwealth Gold Medal winning coach Julius Joseph 48 hours the Game Winning Shot! If you Been away on holiday, Jay keeps you in the loop with the MARRIOTT MINUTE! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bblshow/support

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network
The Favorites - Our Gambling Movie Pantheon

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 39:25


What are the top gambling movies of all-time? A friend of the podcast returns to help us decide.  Michael Lasker is a true Hollywood insider, a top talent manager at Mosaic in Los Angeles and was recently named one of the 40 Most Powerful People in Comedy by the Hollywood Reporter. Most importantly, he's a huge film buff and legitimate Oscars savant.  Along with Action Network hosts Chad Millman and Simon Hunter, they discuss their best and worst gambling films of all time, along with who they believe best depicted the reality of betting. Plus, Lasker sheds some light on the more obscure 1992 film Diggstown, a boxing movie that still holds up. #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
The Favorites - Our Gambling Movie Pantheon

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 39:25


What are the top gambling movies of all-time? A friend of the podcast returns to help us decide.  Michael Lasker is a true Hollywood insider, a top talent manager at Mosaic in Los Angeles and was recently named one of the 40 Most Powerful People in Comedy by the Hollywood Reporter. Most importantly, he's a huge film buff and legitimate Oscars savant.  Along with Action Network hosts Chad Millman and Simon Hunter, they discuss their best and worst gambling films of all time, along with who they believe best depicted the reality of betting. Plus, Lasker sheds some light on the more obscure 1992 film Diggstown, a boxing movie that still holds up. #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tank Talks
Flexspace.ai's Eyal Lasker on the future of Flexible Workspaces

Tank Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 34:43


How we organize our companies used to be a straightforward affair, pick a place, like a humble garage, have everyone show up at that place and build your widget, and grow from there. Even before the rise of the pandemic, that equation was being disrupted, and the question of do we even need a physical place to build together has been questioned. Our guest today, Eyal Lasker, Co-Founder and CEO of Flexspace is helping companies navigate questions around growth, community, and space. Flexspace is a platform that allows companies to discover, book, and manage on-demand workspaces with no commitment or upfront cost. About Eyal Lasker:Eyal Lasker has been a founder and operator for the last decade. He Co-Founded a video compression startup in 2012 before moving to Klarna in 2013 as Lead Product Manager and founding member of Klarna's consumer domain. He then had jobs at Otto and Uber, before landing at WeWork. He has a BS from Tel Aviv University and his masters from Reichman University.A word from our sponsor:At Ripple, we manage all of our fund expenses and employee credit cards using Jeeves. The team at Jeeves helped get me and my team setup with physical and virtual credit cards in days. I was able to allow my teammates to expense items in multiple currencies allowing them to pay for anything, anywhere at anytime. We weren’t asked for any personal guarantees or to pay any setup or monthly SaaS fees.Not only does Jeeves save us time, but they also give us up to 3% cash back on our purchases including expenses like Google, Facebook or AWS every month. The best part is Jeeves puts up the cash, and you settle up once every 30 days in any currency you want, unlike some other corporate card companies that make you pre-pay every month. Jeeves also recently launched its Jeeves Growth and Working Capital initiative for startups and fast-growing companies to enable more financial freedom for companies. The best thing of all is that Jeeves is live in  24 countries including Canada, US and many other countries around the world.Jeeves truly offers the best all-in-one expense management corporate card program for all startups especially the ones at Ripple and we at Tank Talks could not be more excited to officially partner with them. Listeners of Tank Talks can get set up with a demo of Jeeves today and take advantage of our Tank Talks special with a‍ $250 statement credit after the first $2,500 in spend or a $500 statement credit after the first $5000 in spend. Lastly, all Jeeves cardholders receive access to their Lounge Pass program and access to over 1300 airports globally.Visit tryjeeves.com/tanktalks to learn more.In this episode we discuss:02:37 Eyal’s journey to founding Flexspace04:56 How the IDF helped shape his career06:49 Making the jump to becoming a founder08:09 What lessons he took from his first startup09:16 Why team building is so important to startups10:05 Lessons from Klarna, Uber, Otto, and WeWork13:05 What working at hedge funds taught him to be successful at big-league startups15:02 What made Eyal decide to pull the trigger to start Flexspace17:26 How Flexspace actually works18:51 Why Flexspace is different than other predecessors and competitors20:14 How they coach landlords on how to use their spaces with data23:09 How employers should think about leasing space and offices moving forward26:02 Why other coworking spaces need a platform like Flexspace27:06 How Flexspace is helping solve repurposing retail space28:37 Data Flexspace is collecting32:22 Plans for their recent funding round led by M13, with R-Squared Ventures, Magenta Venture Partners, and othersFollow Matt Cohen and Tank Talks here!Podcast production support provided by Agentbee.Agency This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit tanktalks.substack.com

Marketing Today with Alan Hart
318: The Path to Customer Success with Bynder's Heidi Lasker

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 28:58


We've increasingly heard customer success and customer experience used interchangeably, but Heidi Lasker, SVP of Customer Success for the Americas and APAC at Bynder, believes that while they are interconnected, they hold different spaces within a company. In this episode, Alan and Heidi discuss tools for customer success and how to integrate them within the lifecycle of your customer and user relationship. In this episode, you'll learn: How Bynder excels at customer success Why strong cross-functional collaboration is critical to CXHow to deliver the best possible experience through success programs Key Highlights [02:15] Heidi's career journey [04:49] The role of Bynder in today's online world [06:00] How trends in the market have influenced Bynder's path [07:38] Getting control of your asset management [10:38] What “good” content operation looks like [12:50] How Customer Success is defined today [15:38] The interplay between Customer Experience and Customer Success [18:20] Community's role with users and customers [21:17] Marketing's role in Customer Success [24:45] An experience that defines Heidi [26:33] Heidi's advice for her younger self [27:18] What marketers should be learning more about [28:46] Brands Heidi is fascinated by [30:20] The biggest opportunity and threat for marketers today Resources Mentioned: Bynder Forrester DAM Leader Bynder's acquisition of GatherContent New Balance & J Crew Partnership Follow the podcast: Listen in iTunes (link: http://apple.co/2dbdAhV) Listen in Google Podcasts (link: http://bit.ly/2Rc2kVa) Listen in Spotify (Link: http://spoti.fi/2mCUGnC) Connect with the Guest: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heidilasker/ https://twitter.com/heidilasker https://twitter.com/bynder Connect with Marketing Today and Alan Hart: http://twitter.com/abhart https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanhart http://twitter.com/themktgtoday https://www.facebook.com/themktgtoday/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/marketing-today-with-alan-hart/ Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/marketingtoday See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dagens dikt
"Hemlängtan" av Else Lasker Schüler

Dagens dikt

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 1:21


ÖVERSÄTTNING: Marie Tonkin MED: Anna Azcárate DIKTSAMLING Pärlor ur min krona (Lejd förlag, 2022)MUSIK Francis Poulenc: Cantilena ur FlöjtsonatEXEKUTÖR Sharon Bezaly, flöjt, Ronald Brautigam, pianorr

SNY.tv Syracuse Podcasts
The Juice on the Cuse 6-7-22: With former Syracuse OL Michael Lasker

SNY.tv Syracuse Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 17:53


Former Syracuse offensive lineman Michael Lasker breaks down the upcoming Orange football season with host Wes Cheng on The Juice on the Cuse podcast presented by SNY.tv. Editor in chief Brad Bierman then calls in to discuss the new Athlon Sports Preseason All-ACC teams.

Dagens dikt
"Kärleksflykt" av Else Lasker Schüler

Dagens dikt

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 1:08


ÖVERSÄTTNING: Marie Tonkin MED: Anna Azcárate DIKTSAMLING Pärlor ur min krona (Lejd förlag, 2022)MUSIK Dilermando Reis: Se ela perguntarEXEKUTÖR Pedro Aguiar, gitarr

The Say Chess Podcast
Chess Podcast Launched! The Match With Marshall, Ep. 1.

The Say Chess Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022


Hi! I have made a brand new chess podcast. You might ask how will this be different from the other chess podcasts? The Say Chess Podcast will be updating you on my chess projects, delivering blindfold chess puzzles, miniature games, and moments from chess history. It will challenge you to visualize the chessboard and practice blindfold chess. To ensure a good narration of the puzzles I have used an artificial voice, that I think does a better job than I would.In the first podcast episode, you will find a part of Capablanca's book ‘My Chess Career' that I'm covering in newsletter format. The game mentioned on the podcast can be found in this Lichess study or look below.Let me know what you think!THE MATCH WITH MARSHALL, CHAPTER IV, My Chess Career, part VII “The most surprising feature of all was the fact that I played without having ever opened a book to study the openings.” — CapablancaSubscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.The Match with Marshall. No difficulty was experienced in arranging the match. Marshall was disposed to play in this case where he naturally discounted his victory. How far he was wrong the result proved. I beat him eight to one with fourteen draws thrown in between. I can safely say that no player ever performed such a feat, as it was my first encounter against a master, and such a master, one of the first ten in the whole world. The most surprising feature of all was the fact that I played without having ever opened a book to study the openings; in fact, had Marshall played such things as Danish Gambits, Vienna openings, or the like, the result might have been different. I certainly should have experienced more difficulty in obtaining such a result. I had only looked up an analysis of the Ruy Lopez by Lasker, on the f5-defence, but the analysis was wrong, as it did not give the strongest continuation for Black. This, and whatever I knew from experience or hearsay, was all my stock of knowledge for the match. My victory put me at once in the foremost rank among the great masters of the game. The play during the match showed that I was weak in the openings and just about strong enough in the simple play for position. My great strength lay in the end game, and I also excelled in combinations of the middle game. I had a fine judgment as to whether a given position was won or lost, and was able to defend a difficult position as few players could, as I repeatedly demonstrated during the course of the match, in repulsing Marshall's onslaughts. I may add that my style was not as yet either definite or complete, though it had a wide range, i.e. I could attack almost as well as I could defend, and could make combinations in the middle game nearly as well as play the endings where I felt more at home and was decidedly strongest. Here are some of the games with notes as I see them today. GAME No. 7.The Fifth Game of the Match.F. Marshall vs. J. R. Capablanca, 0-1Link to Lichess studyYear: 1909Opening: Queen's Gambit Declined (Lasker Defence)1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bg5 Be7 5. e3 Ne4 Today, when I have developed theories in accordance with my greater experience and knowledge, the chances are great against my making such a move, but then it was different, I did not know what to play, and when someone told me that Lasker had successfully played this move in his match with Marshall, I decided to adopt it. It was not till the end of the match, when I learned something else, that I changed my defence. 6. Bxe7 Qxe7 7. Bd3 The continuation adopted by Marshall in this game is in my opinion deficient. I believe that he played this variation best in the twenty-first game. Here, at any rate, I think it is better to play cxd5, followed by Qb3, after the Knights have been exchanged. 7... Nxc3 8. bxc3 8… Nd7 cxd5 at once is better. 9. Nf3 O-O 10. Qc2 h6 11. O-O He still had time to play cxd5, which was the correct continuation. 11... c5 With the idea of counterbalancing on the Queen's side the attack of White against the Black King. 12. Rfe1 dxc4 13. Bxc4 b6 14. Qe4I do not think well of this maneuver, as the attack is too slow to obtain any advantage, and on the other hand, it compels Black to post his pieces where he wanted, i.e. the Bishop at b7, the Knight at f6, and his two Rooks at c8 and the Queen-square respectively, thereby holding the open lines with the Rooks and ready at the same time to attack the enemy's center. 14... Rb8 15. Bd3 Nf6 16. Qf4 If Qh4, Nd5 would have been sufficient. 16... Bb7 17. e4 Rfd8 18. Rad1 Rbc8 Black has now the superior game, as there is no weak point in his position, and his Queen's side is much stronger than White's. Besides, the strategical position of Black's pieces is superior to that of White's. 19. Re3 Not good, as Black quickly demonstrates. Bb1 was the correct move. 19... cxd4 20. cxd4 Rc3 21. Bb1 An error, Qh4 was the only chance White had of holding the game. 21... g5 22. Nxg5 Qg3 would have lost a Pawn, but White sees chances of attack by sacrificing the Knight and consequently adopts this continuation in preference to the other, which he thought would also have lost the game with less chances of a possible mistake on Black's part. 22... Rxe3 23. Qxe3 Ng4 hxg5 would have avoided complications but would have left White with two Pawns for the Knight. 24. Qg3 Qxg5 25. h4 Had White played Qc7 at once, Black would have answered 25. Qc7 Rc8 26. Qxb7 Rc1 27. Qb8+ Kg7 28.Rf1 Qd2 winning outright. 25... Qg7 26. Qc7 Rxd4 Not the best, Qf6 was the right move. Incidentally, it would have saved me a great deal of trouble which I had to win the game. Here I will call attention to the poor notes sometimes written by analysts. Games are often annotated by unknown players who have not sufficient knowledge of the game. As a matter of fact, the games of the great masters, at least, can only be properly annotated by very few players. Of course, even the best are not exempt from mistakes, but while they make them few and far between the others do so continuously. I was highly praised by many because of the excellence of my play in this position, while in reality, I could have done better. They simply did not see that here Qf6 was better than the text move. 27. Qb8+ Kh7 28. e5+ Be4 29. Rxd4 Bxb1 30. Qxa7 Nxe5 31. Rf4 Be4 White should not have allowed this move. 32. g3 Nf3+ Very poor play, f5 at once was the right way. After the text move Black has a difficult game to win. 33. Kg2 f5 34. Qxb6 Nxh4+ 35. Kh2 If Kh3, then Qa8 would win at once.35... Nf3+ 36. Rxf3 Forced, as Black threatened Ng5+ followed by Qa8. 36... Bxf3 37. Qxe6 Be4 38. f3 Bd3 39. Qd5 Qb2+ 40. Kg1 Bb1It is from now on that it can be said that I played well. The ending is worth studying. 41. a4 Qa1 42. Qb7+ Kg6 43. Qb6+ Kh5 44. Kh2 Ba2 45. Qb5 Kg6 46. a5 Qd4 47. Qc6+ Qf6 48. Qe8+ Qf7 49. Qa4 Qe6 50. a6 Qe2+ 51. Kh3 Bd5 52. a7 52… Bxf3 Resigns.Stay tuned for more!Thanks for reading The Say Chess Newsletter! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work./Martin This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit saychess.substack.com

CSPI Podcast
35: Baby Brainwaves and Broken Science | Jordan Lasker & Richard Hanania

CSPI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 68:06


Jordan Lasker is a PhD student at Texas Tech University and a bioinformatician. He joins the podcast to discuss his recent report for CSPI, “About Those Baby Brainwaves: Why ‘Policy Relevant' Social Science is Mostly a Fraud.” The report critically examined a recent study claiming small cash transfers to the parents of newborns improved their babies' brain activity. The study was lauded in the media and by D.C. policymakers, who argued its results supported redistributive policies, most notably the child tax credit. Jordan demonstrated that the study in question wildly overstated its claims, was methodologically suspect, and that its authors engaged in numerous bad research practices. Social science, he argues, is not a sound basis for policymaking given academia's warped incentives. He and Richard talk about why physiological measures like EEGs are taken much more seriously than psychometrics like IQ tests, whether “rich brains” and “poor brains” exist, if the Flynn effect means we're getting smarter, and the politicization of academia and science more generally. The two agree that the priors of the average researcher or policymaker are way off base: dozens of studies have found cash transfers and even adoption to high SES families have minimal effects on IQ or income. Given that, why would we expect $333/month to move the needle? They conclude by considering whether society is better off with leaders who “trust the science” or those who are openly anti-intellectual, given broken incentive structures and political bias within the policy relevant literature.  Jordan Lasker, “About Those Baby Brainwaves: Why ‘Policy Relevant' Social Science is Mostly a Fraud.”  Troller-Renfree et al. (Baby Brainwaves Study), “The Impact of a Poverty Reduction Intervention on Infant Brain Activity.”  Richard Feynman, “Cargo Cult Science.”  Kirkegaard et al., “Nerve Conduction Velocity and Cognitive Ability: A Large Sample Study.”  “Flynn Effect.”  Wongupparaj et al., “The Flynn Effect for Verbal and Visuospatial Short-Term and Working Memory: A Cross-Temporal Meta-Analysis.”  Odenstad et al., “Does Age at Adoption and Geographic Origin Matter? A National Cohort Study of Cognitive Test Performance in Adult Inter-Country Adoptees.” Tobias Hübinette, “The Adopted Koreans of Sweden and the Korean Adoption Issue.” Sign up for CSPI's Substack newsletter: https://cspi.substack.com. Follow CSPI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CSPICenterOrg. Subscribe to our YouTube for video podcasts: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvs4ugq0xSvbvwArpFJG6gA. Learn more about CSPI: https://cspicenter.org.

The Final Score
2022 Will Mclawhorn Memorial Tournament

The Final Score

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 43:43


Today The Final Score is joined by Pastor Willie Mclawhorn to talk about the 11th annual Will Mclawhorn Memorial basebal Tournament which will take place April 18th and 19th at the Northeast Academy baseball field in Lasker, NC. This year's teams will be Ahoskie Christian from Ahoskie, Bethel Christian out of Askewville, Ridgecroft Academy from Ahoskie, and host Northeast Academy from Lasker. We will be offering a minimum of one scholarship to a senior from each participating team who has filled out the required application. Concessions will be available as well as our popular t-shirt table. Come join us for some good high school baseball, and offer your support to the young men who will be furthering their education. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

SWR2 Zeitwort
12.4.1924: Emanuel Lasker gewinnt ein legendäre Schachduell

SWR2 Zeitwort

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 3:58


Lasker vs. Lasker: Es war ein Familienduell. Der 56 Jahre alte Emanuel schien seinem 20 Jahre jüngeren Vetter Edward zunächst unterlegen.

Seforimchatter
With Prof. Daniel J. Lasker discussing the history of Karaism and his new book on the topic

Seforimchatter

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 50:46 Very Popular


#135.With Prof. Daniel J. Lasker discussing the history of Karaism and his new book, "Karaism: An introduction to the oldest Surviving Alternative Judaism"We discussed the history of the Karaites, how they differed from Tzedukim (sadducees), what the believe, basic ideology, how they differ from rabbinic judaism, where they lived throughout the centuries, where they are today, and more To purchase the book: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/karaism-9781800855960?q=lasker&lang=en&cc=us

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
The Favorites - Oscars Betting Preview with Michael Lasker | The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 52:04


Hollywood's biggest night is this Sunday, so Chad Millman and Simon Hunter of Action Network are joined once again by beloved Hollywood talent manager Michael Lasker to cover all things betting for the Academy Awards. Lasker, recently named one of the 40 Most Powerful People In Comedy by the Hollywood Reporter, skillfully shares his POV on betting markets across the major categories, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. He also proves once again that nobody knows the Oscars better, as he gleefully lists every nominee and winner in any major category throughout Oscars history... on command. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network
Oscars Betting Preview with Michael Lasker | The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 52:04


Hollywood's biggest night is this Sunday, so Chad Millman and Simon Hunter of Action Network are joined once again by beloved Hollywood talent manager Michael Lasker to cover all things betting for the Academy Awards. Lasker, recently named one of the 40 Most Powerful People In Comedy by the Hollywood Reporter, skillfully shares his POV on betting markets across the major categories, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. He also proves once again that nobody knows the Oscars better, as he gleefully lists every nominee and winner in any major category throughout Oscars history... on command. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Chess Study Podcast
Ep. 9 STRATEGIC ELEMENTS THEORY (Steinitz & Lasker) | Complete Chess Strategy Part 3

Chess Study Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 7:01


Part 3 of my Complete Chess Strategy course for beginners all the way till expert (2000+). This is a 10 part series covering total chess strategy. My understanding is simple and comprehensive as well as very simple, which allows me to apply it and play at a high level without spending hours studying chess information. Chess rules are good to know, but ONLY if you have an overall framework of understanding and they have to be the RIGHT chess rules. Not all chess information is created equal. I will teach you chess strategy as strong players actually think during a real chess game when you only have a short time to think. You will gain real chess understanding and clarify what you should do in every chess position. From this chess strategy course for beginners we will delve into tactics and other areas of chess but I want my viewers to have a solid base to grow from with these very deep but easy to understand chess basics. Perfect for 1600-1900 intermediate chess players as well to learn how experts and master think about chess. Though these are simple concepts they can be the foundation for all of your chess skill and knowledge. You will see the difference between learning chess rules to learning chess concepts + chess rules where you can actually apply them to real game situations as you understand the framework behind these ideas. ChessDiagnostic is an educational chess channel teaching everything about chess in quality concept videos/podcasts as well as game analysis and lessons about chess information. Follow along on this journey and you're sure to improve your chess game! Subscribe to follow along and you can also find me on Facebook. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ChessDiagnostic --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chessdiagnostic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chessdiagnostic/support

Red Pill Revolution
America's War on Babies: Bill Nye The Eugenics Guy & Why Circumcision is F%#king Weird

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 88:45


In this week's episode of Red Pill Revolution, we look at the origin of many social norms found within the United States surrounding our children. Including the dark, torturous history of circumcision within the United States; the racist, self-proclaimed Eugenicist behind planned parenthood, and we even explore the morality of abortion through the lens of String Theory and the Multi-verse. We also touch on Natural Birth along with the profitable biotech and pharmaceutical industry that deals in the tissue taken from babies during this elective procedure. FOLLOW US ON SUBSTACK FOR OUR COMPANION NEWSLETTER THAT INCLUDES ALL EPISODE LINKS, VIDEOS, ARTICLES, AND BREAKING NEWS FROM THE TRIAL Red Pill Revolution Merchandise ----more---- Subscribe to the links below to stay up to date with the Podcast! YOUTUBE APPLE PODCASTS SPOTIFY & everywhere else you get your podcasts Follow us on Instagram for daily updates! Transcription: Welcome to Red Pill Revolution my name is Austin Adams Red Pill revolution started out with me realizing every thing that I knew everything that I believe everything I interpret about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a child religion politics history conspiracy Hollywood medicine money food all of everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those Howard now I'm on a mission a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that number and I'm taken duress welcome to the revolution hello and welcome to red pill revolution my name is Austin Adams thank you so much for joining me today of this is episode number 14 of the red pill revolution podcast and again I appreciate you so much thank you so much for tuning then this can be a great episode I'm very very excited to talk about this this episode is something I kind of got a deep dive into you and I have some recent experience some recent recent passion on the subjects but also I was reignited to talk about this by Candace Owens Candace Owens had an unbelievable like she's been going on crazy rants about all of these things for the past week or so and they all have to do with the will of the ways that the medical pharmaceutical industry and now our government is basically decided to have a war on our children and marina see a few different ways that are doing that today whether it's through circumcision whether it's through vaccinations whether it's through abortion whether it's through all the different ways that we've been programmed to believe that there protecting us and giving us our freedoms are actually ways that there attacking our children our children and so this is near and you're in my heart I am a father I've been a father for a while I have three children myself and one that had a month ago with my my wife had it can take all the ownership they are my wife had our third child a month ago some very passionate about these things and I guess I guess you will see that today but before we do that you know the drill go ahead and wherever you're at right now if you're on YouTube wantonness, if you're on Apple podcasts modify audible wherever the hell you're listening to this watching this go having click the subscribe button I would really really appreciate it just means that you engage that you want more of this content and allows me to see them doing some right with you guys so I appreciate that's much then you get updates you'll know exactly when the newest episodes are coming out and again I would appreciate so much go ahead it is a little button on their we talked about this a few times starts with an S ends with a up scribe go ahead and click that I'd appreciate it so much and then the next thing I need to do is to go ahead and subscribe to a sub stack it's rental revolution.sub static.com and that is our newsletter I know I'd I skipped on it this week I had a crazy week transition no. 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briefly about circumcision into the recent mother I guess shoes she recently had a child so this is something she is passion about some is near and dear to her heart to and you can see that in her videos she has been diving so deep in the individual vaccination such as rubella, and in the finding out that a lot of the some of the statistics that they actually had on the CDC website were completely fabricated had no statistical basis no actual real value, and they tried to hide the studies for the rubella so what what I'll give you a quick breakdown of what that looked like basically the CDC on the Web server now shows that if you view your child that you know there is 12.6 million cases of rubella of those hundreds of thousands of children died and as a result of that you know you need to get this vaccination and that once you dove deeper into that and she looked at the study that they were pulling from she found that the numbers were highly inflated there was actually only like 200,000 cases as opposed to 12 million and there was far far far 277 best total that caused them to just massively give these vaccines out to all children before they're even allowed to go to school so if they did upset me off on a tangent here and set me off to kind of dive deeper and this is this is a go to be a huge episode on vaccines that were really not even a touch on that much but it did Dick my interest in Bergen to talk about that briefly here because there was a recent Veritas video that was released that was showing that there was some botched administration is what is called here regarding the Cova 19 vaccinations that were being administered to children so what it was was that there was that there's a solution that you are required to mix the vaccine in before you administer it in the solution that year's mixing it with the matters it matters a lot and if you mix it with the wrong solution what they believe will happen at the very least will negate the actual effects of the vaccination itself and that most could cause really severe side effects which is obvious to the biggest concern here now with the project Veritas videos every single one of their videos come out are so hyped her so much hype around them that you expect there to be vicious like earth shattering revelations regarding vaccines and you just hope that anyone of these is actually to be the one that takes down the establishment I don't think that that's what this one was but I do think it's important to to to know about and understand the different ways that people are being affected by this and not just people now children are being affected by the something when I watch a quick portion of this video of the nurse who is coming out the whistleblower and she came out and said that she witness that she has the videos she has a video of this nurse talking about how they have no idea whether or not they had the correct solution and they found out that it was the wrong solution and that it had been administered to children and then she kind of discusses the way that was handled improperly how there was no warning signals for people what were these children and they were never really notified or anything like that so let's go ahead and watch us briefly on Morgan watch a few minutes of another entire video with a full 10 minute video will be on the subs that for you and number to move on into more of the historical weirdness of some of these things like circumcision and all that stuff to stick around for that but forcing me to touch on is this project Veritas video that was recently released and here is that wanted to without ever will like it and I could easily administer the vaccine and walked off these at little cadence damn damn babies at the end of day that little kids as a parent it's our job to protect children right you covered a lot of stories about big government run amok over the years but this one is truly shocking people nationwide are going to be outraged after watching the story but especially parents mind you this is not an anti-vaccine story and those you are about to witness are seemingly all good people trying their best to help others in a broken system for you and bacteria know I say he's very serious rated AAA patient will in the rush to get everyone vaccinated New York contracted with doc go and their subsidiary ambulance to provide covert vaccine clinics in schools homeless shelters and street corners throughout New York however it appears their poor recruitment process and training were severely lacking and may have jeopardize the safety of potentially thousands of people including young children analyze center's how long have you been administering vaccines for I had been up/felt since 2006 and I applied for a job to minister back. The first day I started the work I felt very unusual appellate panel support please say she will so you may first stay the vaccines must for ages between final and I call the supervisor and he said how do I look the factual was mutual that would have a definite service meaning vicious that every owner says that a game that fills any clinician getting an axle living in a class that is guidelines to abide by as a nurse administering any vaccines or any medications there's protocol follow nanoparticles you will and is there I there he will there will network a solar a story and I'll I lightbulb dispatch sale was to get I'll yeah yeah no allow whatever there is no rule insert in the box on the vaccinations so I can't educate parents on the next school what bothers me because that is my job as an current so what we just saw there was them kind of talking and I'm sorry if that you couldn't hear them discussing every well there were subtitles on that for a reason but the what what was happening as there is a subsidiary company that this state had hired to come in and administer vaccines and from the subsidiary company which was called ambulance a.m. BU owl is the L and Z ambulance that is not who I want injecting me with anything but this company called ambulance that was basically hiring people off the street based on their in the dad which said you just needed some form of medical experience and didn't have really any of the requirements for so when I get there it's all chaotic and they believe that they received up as they mixed it with bio static water or bacteriostatic water instead of saline solution which they don't know how it's been a mix or of how this can interact with these children's bodies and they were stored directly intended for people who are 5 to 11 years old and this just tells you what's happening across the country because of this is just one small area in it because all they're trying to do with these you see the way that that this company is hiring the way that this company was better than the first place to be hired by the city or the state it just all looks like a complete ship show nobody knows what they're doing because they don't no one knows what they're doing is throwing everything they can to get as many people injected with us as they can regardless of even if it's the correct formula right so from a parent's perspective how frustrating if if you are somebody who but believes that your child needs this vaccine to be safe and they're not even taking the proper precautions to make sure that's the case right so if you do take this seriously and if you do believe that your children neither this vaccine then you our trusting within the system but the people are doing the correct thing and at the very least mixing it correctly right that's crazy to me crazy that that the you know the difference between the bottles was a light green and a dark green and that's the way of organization here so it you know it was just a complete ship shower knew nobody knew what they were doing and as a result these children could have potentially life altering side effects because of this and mauled little mistake within this crazy unbelievable disorganized organization administering gene therapy to children between the ages of 5 to 11 with this type of disorganization so that's why think this is important to know is space specially if you are so many was going to get your child vaccinated maybe go through a company that spells ambulance right maybe that's a good place to start and then on the other side of it more than likely are 5 to 11-year-old has no statistical reason to get vaccinated in the first place but even if you believe you believe that they should which is okay for you and your children then make sure you go is obviously reasonable place who can actually spell the name of of their company correctly so let's move on and in this kind of started me into this deep dive between Candace Owens with her story going and all this vaccine stuff where she found all these statistics to be just completely inflated and wrong and then hidden and then the project Veritas video or they were specifically showing that children were affected by these type of disorganization within these pop up organizations that are hiring people off the street to inject your children with probably not even a background check so that inspired this this next part of this episode here so if you saw my post a little while ago I talked about I did and I are you and I told you when we first started this episode that I did actually have a son I recently my sons know about a little over a month old and super excited browned on my family I had two daughters before my son and he means the world to me my family means the world to me and something that my wife first first brought to my attention and in the know my wife had decided this is ours this is our second home birth that might my wife gave birth at home naturally come up with no chemicals no you know blockers nothing you know that that the medical intervention the medical industrial complex wants to profit off of so and that you know and I will will talk about that real quick is it's just so interesting to me that birth has been moved to this such a sterile way of of being at the you know if birth becoming this you know white gloved situation and in a in a hospital setting that literally the only time you ever go to the hospital with out having something going wrong where everything is going exactly as it should his birth raise the only time you go there and so it it's really it was really interesting to me because the you know we had a completely different flip-flop from our first child which was a elective C-section specifically for no other reason than just be Reno she was pretty young and did didn't really have enough confidence to do it there with the way that she did the next two times but found through that situation that she wanted to do it in a natural way the second and third time and about homebirth specifically was the coolest thing I've ever been a part of absolutely hands down the coolest thing I've ever been a part of and so one thing that she brought to my attention is very common in this no community of people who give birth at home which is a very tight knit community of people is very cool to see was the idea of circumcision and this wasn't a problem we had to address prior to this because I have two daughters right so she comes to me and being a man and being a circumcised man myself you know this is the way it is in the United States it seems it was a weird concept to me like the idea Allview everybody every guy I know for the most part was generally released on the if I may be just didn't know I sound like I asked him to show me are circumcised generally not state so this is a common thing within the United States and and so it what we don't realize it is that there is literally no reason for it there's no reason to circumcise your child other than religious reasons like the faith you know of Islam or Judaism is the only two people who generally circumcise their children out of religious faith and the only country that does it first year a static social social reasons is the eye states for the most part was for my understanding and so I went here and found some interesting conversations regarding circumcision because it is really interesting to know because if you asked anybody why why do we circumcise our children generally the answer you're going to get is because that's what we do because of normal write Oracle tell you some some crack a ship like you know it's going to cause infection or you know that what are the Reeve and other arguments as to cause bacteria or that you know it's gonna be too sensitive or that you know even more so the Kellogg argument which will get into in a minute which is pretty weird but this talks about some of the common myths opponents appears like everyone circumcise as well no it's at approximately a believe 70% of the world are uncircumcised and then on top of that within the United States there's fewer than 60% of babies in the US are circumcised and so if it if you even ask a physician why they circumcise children it's generally the answer that the video is it while it's easier to clean and that's it another way they used to tell you was that you know that other common mess with that is that it's safe and is harmless so the size the reality is that claiming circumcision essays safe is a dubious claim to say it's harmless is just flat wrong removing the foreskin can have many complications such as life-threatening bleeding infection meet Allstate and mediate all stenosis disfigurement excessive scarring and severe skin bridge adhesions some circumcised boys need more than one surgery to attempt to fix these man-made mutilations or as they say problems as bad as that sounds things can get even worse studies have reported that 117 babies die every year from circumcision or complications arising from wow additionally the trauma know the true the trauma and the stress from circumcision impacts the baby's developing brain inflicting's physiological trauma the strong pain signals impact the newly forming neural connections in the brain babies and during this pain also suffer from PTSD physicals physically circumcision destroys the functions that have that the foreskin performs during sex is one of the most touch sensitive parts of the penis removing address the changes the dynamics of sex people claim that circumcision is safe and harmless it is an allusion now one piece to know about that and this is one thing that Candace always brought up was the fact that they administer all babies vitamin K and the reason they administer all babies vitamin K is because they say that babies don't want blood won't clap properly but what was really happening is there saying that when your baby is circumcised they will bleed out if they don't have vitamin K likely but they administer the vitamin K shock to all babies regardless of sex so even female babies female babies get vitamin K just to specifically smooth over the fact that the only reason that there get administering vitamin K to children is because your child is going to be caught with a blade around their penis specifically for aesthetic reasons and the only reason they administer vitamin K to the women are that the female babies is because they want to just kind of hide that and muddy the waters a little bit is that you don't know that's the specific reason administer vitamin K because other than that why are we making an infant bleed well the only reason you're making an infant bleed is because you're circumcising them purely for aesthetic reasons right so let's let's go back one by the way mom my wife came to me and said hey you know we have this conversation around and it was hard for me to kind of wrestle with initially because just being an American man that's what we do and you don't want your son to be ostracized or thought of you know when I went to high school there is like we knew who the uncircumcised people were generally the site the girlfriend or the girl that the guy hooked up with is always going to you know it's it was a conversation that that they thought was funny to have and so even you know these things you remember these things from when you were a kid right now whether or not you should make this purely a static surgical decisions for your baby within the very few first days of their lives based on the potential reality of how they're going to be treated in high school from their sexual counterparts is a bit weird to begin with just outright but other than that you know that the whole idea surrounding it for from my perspective was like you know will uncircumcised my son to be circumcised this is how I look this is how she he should look you know it obviously don't want him to be the one person is talked about in school but luckily no it seems to be like to me that this is becoming a more mainstream conversation our parents just did whatever the hell the doctors told us to right and that's kind of it what this is going to be another you know red pill type of idea surrounding the medical industrial complex is every single one of these circumcisions costs $1500 and sometimes even added into the package when you when you're giving birth to the hospital it's so even if you don't aspirate it's added in there for $1500 in insurance coverage on medically billing that getting paid that earn them in obviously the medical and trees getting paid that so every single time and that goes back to like the initial reason surrounding you know natural birth and I think I'm obviously my and my wife's experience were to have a whole at all do a whole episode on the actual medical industrial complex changing birth into something that is now so commercialized and sterilized when it should be such a spiritual event with you and your partner that they've just taken taken completely taken away that that idea of that come in and I think that's so important when you realize how it we know when that when I was the first child that we had she had the elective C-section I was put into a corner was put in scrubs I had a mask on my face and I was put into a corner rack to Beirut barely even see anything of just sitting next to my wife not partaking in anything not having any such any any part of this my wife is completely doped up you know by drugs at this point to the point where she threw up on me before she even had our daughter because she had so many drugs pumped through her system so she didn't have to partake in the birthing process which her body was designed to do right because do you have to think medical industrial complex only commercialized birth 8590 years within the last 90 years like the 1920s and 30s it became a thing that were you went to the hospital to give birth prior to that it was almost always a midwife and almost always a homebirth and now within the last 90 years of of humanity's existence we decided that that's not the way to do it the way to do it is the way that makes them the most profit because the whole body is designed for each stage of it and when you experience a natural birth you see that you know the way that my wife was dealing with her pain was through tools that she innately was given at birth that the through her own you know feminine power in the when the where she had to channel when she was going through this process of bringing our children into the world was this completely like primal instinctual interaction that she had and to completely strip that away because when when me and my wife is giving birth to our second two children it was me and her the whole time I wasn't sitting somewhere in a corner shutting up and not being a part of the conversation I was sitting next to her I was pushing on her back I was pushing on her hips I was helping her I was talking her through is helping her figure catch her breath when she there were grabbing water before she even knew she needed they were doing all of it was me and her the midwife sits back basically and just coaches when things need to be progressed in a different way and other than that it's mostly just you and your partner in-house spiritual hike house spiritual that journey is and how important is that to a relationship like if you're new if you're in a new relationship especially when you haven't gone through the hardships of life together the whole it one of the most difficult situations will ever encounter together in in them the one of the ones will be able to draw back on throughout your entire relationship is the birth of your children and the interaction that you have with your partner on that in that way is is so deeply seated and so animalistic and in all of the chemicals that are being released not only by the female in the in the partnership and also the mail in the partnership so much of birth is instinctual and animalistic not sterile and medical and so the that the tools that you pull from that experience were were not just sitting in the corner the whole time and shutting up while she's giving birth and going through this process will she's on a bunch of basically comparable drugs to heroin but you're there with each other the whole time every minute coaching each other working with each other through that and then and having that that the greatest moment of your life at the peak of that you know togetherness and teamwork where you have your child and you have that experience and then the ability to draw back on that that moment together that you accomplish that thing together is it is a tool that you carry into the rest of your relationship I wholeheartedly believe and in the maybe there's you know there's that there's so much data that that could be muddied that throughout this time looking back further than those 90 years but I wholeheartedly believe if natural home births were more common that divorce would be less common because of the difficulty of the situation that you're dealing with a hand and so this comes back around to all of the reasons that they found the commercialized birth all of the money that they make it literally there's two ways that you can make money off of every single person in this world and it's when they enter this world and one is when they exit this world with commercialized both of them right in birth specifically only last 90 years this this medical intervention has become so common instant circumcision is no different $1500 that they make off of every single penis that they given elective surgery for aesthetic reasons to honor children with in their first several days of life so much so that it's a concern that they have to administer a vet of vitamin K shot to help with blood clotting routes as it stated here hundred and 17 male babies every single year die of circumcision or complications that doesn't even talk about that 10% which 10% of all of those circumcisions result in a botched circumcision which results in them having to go back and have it additional surgeries or can even affect them for their entire life with things like erectile dysfunction were doing this to a baby who's entered the world and in 45% 45% of circumcisions there administered some type of anesthesia or anesthetic 55% which is complete the on regular regulated part of the medical tech industry was is what type of you know industry-standard there are for anesthesia or in a static surrounding circumcisions and newborn infants within the first several days of their life 55% are done without any anesthetic in all the studies that were done regarding circumcision were halted because of the amount of pain in the control group which was not using an anesthetic so they had to halt the scientific studies that were done to see if they should be administering because the date they knew so much that they show that they could not continue to run the study with how much pain these babies were in without anesthetic so this goes on to say that baby know a myth about this is that babies can't feel or remember pain says that circumcision is extremely painful to the baby there taking out a literal scalpel to your babies private parts to to rip skin off of their with no anesthetic at all only 45% of doctors use any anesthesia at all there is no mandatory anesthesia or pain relief policy in force in hospitals for this procedure this is an important item to consider when discussing circumcision facts and that's so in this comes down to about the abortion conversation to this as fact number one my guess this is not what I was thinking so it's of this as fact number one the only person making such an important decision for their own body at at at an purely a static surgery the only person who should be deciding whether or not they want that aesthetic surgery is the child itself imagine this when it was industry standard in America when your daughter was born to give her breast implants purely aesthetic no reasoning at all funded if unfounded and in actual medical science to do so just purely aesthetic would say that that's the most crazy thing you've ever heard of in your life we are taking a scalpel around your your son or any child's privates for the purpose of anesthetic is acceptable find this really was the thing that got me away from from any type of argument any type of argument at all against circumcision firm for my child and is because he can always make that decision himself solid now or never thing you don't have to circumcise your child within the first two days or can ever happen they just say that because it is so painful that the only time they would like to do it is within those first two days put the pain is many different all you're doing is completely taking those first several days of their life and in causing more pain than there ever going to experience in the entirety of her life within the first several days without using any anesthetic for this if at any time your son decides that he wants to go get this purely elective and aesthetic surgery Don he can always do so but maybe you shouldn't be making purely aesthetic decisions for your son with an elective surgery within the first several days of his life especially because you're concerned about his sex life right if you believe the bushes surrounding you know that the better cleanliness or sensitivity or whatever that is do your research because you're wrong in any other argument is purely an aesthetic and about aesthetics and if you're so concerned about your child sex life that your you know willing to cut their deck with a knife maybe you should be reflecting on your beliefs how they should be looking with their potential sexual partner down the road maybe you thought in fact in America this is true circumcision started in America to save boys from masturbating that's right this fact it says is extensively documented in the historical literature the idea started in the 1890s that masturbation was a dirty file have pit that needed to be stopped the war on masturbation medical experts from across America began promoting circumcision to parents as a way to prevent masturbation the experts led parents to believe that masturbation would cause mental insanity it was also the root cause of many diseases notable people of the day like John Harvey Kellogg who is famous for his beliefs on circumcision Rowe in his book plain facts for young and old about curing masturbation a remedy which is almost always successful Kellogg says in small boys is circumcision the operation should be performed by a surgeon without administering anesthetic as the brief pain attending the app operation will have a solid solitary effect upon the mind especially if he is connected with the idea of punishment wow I had not even read that part yet so it wasn't even that there was some physical way that it would stop you from attempting to to masturbate later in your life or that it would be uncomfortable or that you would second-guess yourself because you know the whole idea was surrounding the psychology the psychology not even the physical aspects was not even like his argument was that hey you know it's gonna be uncomfortable if they masturbate it was that note they're going to have such pain he said they're going to endure such trauma from the circumcision itself that they're not even going to want to go near their Dick because because of the solitary effect upon the mind is specially if it is connected with the idea of punishment so he wanted and believed in you falcon thought it that you should circumcise your son because you're gonna rip his genitals with a knife's and make him in so much pain that the deep seated pain from cutting it with a knife specifically without administering anesthetic which 55% of doctors still hold true today will cause such psychological trauma surrounding that sexual organ that they won't even want to go near it for fear of punishment again that was his reasoning wow that is crazy wow that's crazy so goes on to say that circumcision is $1 billion industry when it comes to circumcision facts and myths this is a fact hospitals and doctors earn income by performing circumcisions since performing the procedure as part of their livelihood the medical community tends to be biased in favor of circumcision hospitals also get paid a facility fee for each circumcision the average amount invoiced to insurance carriers can be as much as $1500 per circumcision some hospitals bundle in the cost of the overall price for the delivery reducing circumcisions may prompt insurance carriers to lower the reimbursement rate since circumcision has a 11% complication rate these batches and complications called revision surgery must be repaired by pediatric urologist for even more money you have a one in 10% chance during the time that you decide to give a purely elective aesthetic surgery to your child's genitals that it will be mutilated as a result so much so that you will need a second surgery on their genitals while other hospitals may even use the free infant foreskin tissue in the revenue-generating clinical trials and they also may sell the infants for skin tissue to biotech and cosmetic companies for further profit which is where the real money is not only are they doing this completely negligently Ryan this should wake you up to the idea that that the medical farm at the medical industrial complex is not on your side they are not on your side they're doing this for purely profit there is no scientific reasoning for this and then there selling your child's mutilated skin two biotech companies and cosmetic companies for further profit so let's dive into that because this goes even deeper and crazier there is seven surprising things that circumcised foreskins are actually used for so when the hospital mutilates your child's genitals for no other reason other than profit for them in purely aesthetic reasons from the parents perspective unless you believe wrong science or articles that have no funding founding basis because there's no actual articles that will explain it scientifically there are selling that to these companies your child's my foreskins floating around somewhere with some hair growth product how horrifying how horrifying to think that stimulating hair growth is is the top one here is the basic functions of neonatal fibroblasts which is the term that they use for cells taken from infant foreskins after they a certain size is to keep things together in certain ends stimulate cell growth fibroblast taken from any human create strong bonds but fibroblasts taken from human infants are much stronger in 2012 company Hall histidine announced they will be creating an injectable hair growth stimulant from cells derived from neonatal foreskins or baby skin in other words for creating stem cells for facial cream and facial cream is one that came up in the pop-culture recent not recently but a few years ago that will watch the video of in a second it's disgusting when watching this video that the reactions of the crowd the reactions of Steve Harvey whose putting the stuff on his face and super weird restoring aging or damage skin and then this goes even deeper if you're talking about the you know baby cells you know being used to for revitalization of old ass people's skin so much so that they're willing to mutilate their genitals in in pursuit of it maybe there are some fundamental founding to some of these conspiracies surrounding people harvesting the blood of children for the same purpose and reasoning right maybe dive deeper and that later on the show later today but will get down the rabbit hole eventually is the Adrina Combe rabbit rabbit hole is truly a concerning one especially given the history founded you know within the Kings of Great Britain nerds and other things of the time you know with Vlad the inhaler literally historical accounts of him drinking the blood of his enemies after torturing them significantly to insight you know this type of frenzy that he would go into after taking this drug like frenzy and then the bloodlines of you know what Prince which one is it who's the anyways coming out and saying that he's basically related to flood the inhaler specifically I'll look that up again desired by mama do a deep dive on that eventually to is that the royal bloodlines in the actual you know Adrina chrome type you know because literally you can go online right now and find Adrina from being sold across the world you do it England dark web and find legitimate drink from you can find I'm sure on the regular web to you can find it there this is the real thing – this is not it's not crazy conspiracy ideas you know so I'm sure there's some layers of that deeply found within some of these conversations but the idea itself of of that it is not so so with you drawing back to the original conversation restoring aging and damage skin with something that they're using these foreskins for product testing treating bedsores and diabetic ulcers and crating bioengineered skin for burn victims ones are super concerning obvious either all concerning what the of the one that I found that I found the video on for you guys is this restoring aging or damage skin so in this video you are going to watch Steve Harvey right Steve Harvey administering this liquid on his face from this woman who eventually tells him it's from the blood and foreskins of babies go ahead and watch this video magic wrinkle and one at a birthday rat she said a numerical fountain of beer in her magic wrinkle sure hello on your hand due to an overdue yeah only Nanette Wright and Michael Ms. Ray which I shall eat and is made from growth hormones as human wrinkles is just distant. Even Ballmer. Bill May from human foreskin I users should appeal no you are a visual time omission from an open flame open although it is also no Mary felt the baby for oh baby. You also grow okay does it work human foreskin had actually been using growth factor there's a lot everything on it been shown to increase collagen production for another line the wrinkle help great mentoring will be looking over the that's going to be the creepiest most ominous video that I've seen in a very long time literally sitting there sadistically laughing joking and then making light of the fact that it's better because it's a baby for skin then grown-up foreskin how weird is that they're all sitting there laughing if not watching the video you should go see yourself this is titled did she just put liquid foreskin in my hand she says it Oprah's favorite which makes complete sense but he he left so that the audience lasted a right how if somebody's if you knew what went into that going on to your hand if you knew all of the pain in endorphins and and in the horrific experiences that were had by these infants in the first days of their life just so you could laugh it off in front of an entire crowd of people and make light of the fact of this why is it road all because it was ripped off of children with a scalpel in the first days of their life in agony without any anesthetic you falcon creep all of you what in the world the audience sitting there laughing at that how is that funny if you believe anything at all about you know energy your you know it it's any deeper spirituality around the world the world may be the lot of it which we don't understand right in the things that you're interacting with many cultures you know believe that there is there is innate energy that's passed through things you know especially like human interaction is even the cannibalistic cultures from that that is like the forte culture within the small island would basically cannibalize there are family members when they died and they kept doing it until basically they started to get these terrible brain diseases that cause them to die and so no modern experts flew into the small tribe of you know Third World country people and try to study and figure out why these people were dying and they found out because they were cannibalizing their family members on the discount a weird thing to do when you're saying cannibalizing health even had utensils Simon sorry we didn't see that I was using like a fork motion don't know why you would do that when you talk about cannibalism on so anyways there is this small tribe would you do in the until they found out that basically it was causing this terrible brain disease that cause them to die because anyways so is within cultures that they would do this because they believe the spirit was within that flesh that they consumed right and by consuming it they were allowing the Reeve reincarnations like spirit of their elders or their family members to to live on through them right okay now that we've fundamentally structured our conversation around the spirituality of this foreskin juice that he was just had on his hand we can understand how people believe you know maybe not in Western culture people believe that things can hold energy or spirits or Reno spirit or life force whatever you want to call it an innately when you you know carve off the skin of somebody and somehow create this facial oil from it and that what came with that action of treating a child that way and all the rest of the horrific emotions that came with that and in that the pain of this baby was in the first days of their life and now you're taking that energy write that that foreskin juice in this case and rubbing it on your face what kind of karma do you think that gives you health like if you're not even going to have a conversation surrounding you know thinking that's terrible new act except it you know what what type of energy are you bring into your life by by pulling in of using a facial or a hand cream that was made from the tier literally the tears agony and pain of babies and you're using it to get rid of those wrinkles kinda weird to me so is super weird use of of this force can be just an example of that that's one example and in how culture looks at this situation not as one of the that the babies are just like these inanimate objects right that have no existence to them in this you know packaged facial oil how far removed are we from that process right to only Minot would leave and let the parent in the room when they're doing this with how much pain these babies must be and I don't know but God I can imagine ever being somebody who utilizes a product that is built literally on the pain of infants and then laughing about it putting them on a TV show to promote it and talking about all will Oprah loves it so you should to talk you that's disgusting so then where can I go next in this conversation where this kind of takes a little turn here and I'll try to do this in a different way than you've herby some sure you've heard these arguments before and and I wanted to take it from a purely philosophical perspective not in almost like scientific perspective than one of like the way the normal conversations have surround this topic because I know it's a very touching topic for some people and I understand that for sure I get it 100% so the way that will approach a so is aware where I start with this topic and before we do that before we do that was to go ahead and do this go heading click the subscribe button before jumping to this for you go ahead and click the subscribe button right now you're in like this next topic I know you to be interested it's it's a conversation I've had a few times of people that kind of work around this idea and if it can be applied this way so I hope you enjoy Picoult first subscriber right now press the subscribe button Diwali press the subscribe button I appreciate you so much thank you so much for listening to this and then go ahead and subscribe to the sub stack if you're subscribed on this abstract is a free subscriber you get the podcast companion if you pay you get the deep dives Morgan start doing those more consistently on these topics I think this'll be a great one to start on so if you haven't paid that seven dollars already the next time you get that deep dive article go ahead and click it you be able to click the button to join now and you just pay seven dollars per month and you be able to get that outside of that you can donate right now in our link tree link TR.EE/Red Hill revolt you can go right to the tip jar $1.05 dollars 100 hours would mean the world to me and I appreciate it so much or you can go directly to our Christian giving website which is give send go.com/red pill revolution again thank you so much I appreciate it we also have some merchandise on the website the mat misinformation Mafia sweaters which I think are pretty cool to be adding and updating those things as time goes on so I appreciate let's jump into this topic so what when the wind I've heard people talk about this would like what are the two most horrific things that we do today that were to look back on the hundred 5200 years from now and be like what Duff Falk were these barbarians doing in 2022 and there's two things that a lot of people will point to when you have those conversations or you asked that question in the first thing is circumcision there is no fundamental scientific reasoning for it other than the statics and when you realize that the pain and agony and suffering that goes into it is not justifiable in the second one that people bring up is the conversation of abortion and again I know this is a tough conversation have so I'm going to try to it in a way that you know were not having the same argument you've heard hundreds of times on this topic and it will be a unique perspective I hope for you and so the way that I look at abortion in the way that kind of crowded into this idea of this topic is from is I actually had like almost like a revelation on and what what got me I'm you I earlier in my life I was very pro-non-any decision on the I didn't take a stand so you know I did I took a knife six sisters I understand that there there's obviously situations people put on that are terribly difficult right I get it but where I start to look at the spur from this perspective it is if you understand this is where the so give us a ticket attorney apart and expect if you understand the way that string theory operates if you understand how time is non-linear right in the same way that I exist right now here at 28 years old with this podcast is the same way and currently existing on another plane and in my infancy which is the same time I'm also you know experiencing a life on a different multi-verse at the age of 90 or another when I Artie died I so there's all these different you know and don't look to me to explain string theory to you I barely understand it myself but I do understand is the idea of time being nonlinear right you are not born and then you live in this you know this progression of of time in which we call it which is simply just a measurement of movement around us if you think the way that we just measure the sun and the movement are that we see around us in the cosmos is how many days we have is how many weeks we have is the buyer based on the cycles that we see that's what time is but time really is nonlinear and time is and even existing and besides the measurements that we make of it right so you understand that in the way the string theory operates is that there is multiple things going on in any time a decision is made multiple branches branch off of other opportunities for other existences on other planes and so when a baby is consists at the con the when the baby when the sperm and egg meet each other that causes a ripple effect of hundreds of millions of potential realities hundreds of millions of potential life set that baby lives ages I and in these are all happening simultaneously in other in an different realities right and this is just the one that we occupy here today but as soon as the egg and that sperm meet millions of branches of life opportunity time existence already exist that baby in some other existence is already 55 years old with the family as a grandchild on the way the second the agonist for me excuse me so the second that that happens a a a branch of life in a branch of existence immediately flickers off in a million different directions so the second that that baby is conceived they have a life they have children they have a job somewhere they have a reality they have love they have passion they have hobbies they have friends they have experiences they have all of these things already exist the second that sperm and egg meet each other in the viable viable meaning they meet each other and they actually connect and become an embryo right so the second they touch each other branches off into a million different directions and in this idea of reality and this idea of time in simply taking a sip scissors to one of those branches right that the branch being our reality in this space and this time that we occupy on this plane of the multi-verse the idea of simply taking scissors to that and cutting it does not take away that embryo in sperm's existence on the other branches which already exist all you're doing is killing that baby's existence here today your killing to all of the branches of life that exists down the road as a result of the sperm meeting the egg and the realities that are created as a result there Hope you follow that because nothing that's unique perspective on on abortion if you understand the idea that time is nonlinear and that baby begins to exist already the second that the interaction happens and they connect it already is in existence the Artie has children started eating cereal somewhere on a different plane of time and reality and all you're doing is stripping it of that right to exist in this reality today right so it's an interesting perspective to me because it made me start to question that any of the arguments that are had surrounding no time of conception viability age whatever because all you're doing is choosing a different time to sniff that branch and whether you snipped that branch by putting a gun to a person's head at 50 years old and pulling the trigger and killing them then are you doing sniffing that branch and the possibilities of of of them existing further in this reality no you doing by doing of beginning is is taking away the opportunity for them to exist here but they still exist there still somewhere on another plane of existence that still happened it's Artie is already happen you cannot take that away simply by taking scissors to that branch and I think that that that perspective can can start to make your belief in in whether you know is this existing here today and if so do I wanted to if it hasn't already it already has it already happened you already in the decisions Artie been made on your behalf right you don't get to take scissors to that now right just the same way that you won't to point a gun to the guys had a 50 years old and pulled the trigger the legal this murder so is taking scissors to that branch at six weeks 10 weeks whatever disgusting you know eight months whatever they do right obviously you know there's always the argument of what if some is raped or whether if there do you know 12 years old or what if this one is that the reality is that's not 99% of abortions and 99% of abortions are happen out of convenience not out of necessity for medical reasons that's a hard pill to swallow for a lot of people in this a really emotional conversation for women and then I get it because in any they don't even want Illinois some women to say you know your manual can the pinion right I get that because I can I physically cannot have this experience however when I can understand is that the women that the woman is the victim this was a highly cyst systematic way of developing eugenics within our society were in a dive deeper into that and in just a moment with who basically started Planned Parenthood which was Margit Margaret Sanger a self-proclaimed eugenicists in the self-proclaimed racist who wanted to terminate you know specific subcultures of the United States and so the women are the victims in and when you make a decision that so difficult to make like having an abortion is you have to protect yourself from that decision you have to you know you have to make it so that you cute cute you can't be consciously capable of ending some of his life and in you weren't you were coerced into believing that it was acceptable in the societal structure that we hold today so with the woman that's had this happen is not that the person that were accusing of doing these things and saying that they're egregious that the person who did that is is just as much the victim who is made to believe that these things were acceptable and socially positioned in a way that it was so easy to do so out of convenience is a let's start with the beginning with Margaret Sanger and realize where did abortion begin and went to the become such a commonplace thing because this has not know people want you to believe that abortions have been cooked recurring dislike across the board for millennia and that's not specifically the case at least not in the numbers that were seen today at such high alarming rates this all starts to make sense when you see that Planned Parenthood is funded by the Bill and Melinda and Melinda Gates foundation also self-proclaimed eugenicists as shown by no specific seminars and in statements that Bill Gates is made interestingly enough Bill Gates father actually was the president of Planned Parenthood very close to the time and with connection to Margaret Sanger when she came out in the end was a big proponent of it so there's this video there were no watch real quick I think it's important to understand the background of Margaret Sanger meant to see what type of person she was in some of the beliefs that she held number and have a quick conversation surrounding a little bit about you know the beginning of Planned Parenthood which was originally called this the the will will will see and hear someone go ahead and start this begin this quick video for us or the Idaho song Margaret Sanger has been a harrowing in the eyes of others is been a destructive force in her own words finger pushed for a society that limited burst to those she deemed fit to have children lacking innovation and where is my mechanic and an event that happened to see how my parents had no chance in the world can be a human being practically delinquent also getting mop and handling in 1916 Sager open the country's first birth control clinic as a member of the American eugenics Society she advocated improving the genetic composition of humans controlled reproduction of different races and classes she often wrote about the issue in the journal she found it call the birth control review in 1919 writing I personally believe in the sterilization of the feebleminded the insane and the syphilitic the most urgent problem today is how to limit and discourage the over fertility of the mentally and physically defective many point to a 1923 New York Times interview as proof of same as racist motives in which she referred to people as we saying it means the release and cultivation of the better racial elements in our society and the gradual suppression elimination and eventual extirpation of defective stocks those human weeds which threaten the blooming of the finest flowers of American civilization Hayden Ludwick and investigative researcher has extensively studied fingers life and writings she talked about the need for race parents route to controlling these lease basically undesirable people in 1939 after opening another clinic in Harlem the birth-control activist launched the Negro project an initiative supported by black leaders such as civil rights activist WPB do boys critics claim the program used the pretense of better health and family planning for poor Blacks in the South as an attempt to limit the black race Ludvig says some on the left grapple with fingers past and how to interpret her legacy they know when she writes about human release they know that extended-stay circles they know us discussing is the last will never abandon Margaret Sanger because if they do need you she's the foundation show many of their views single word shared her vision for preferred race women's branch of the Ku Klux Klan writing in her autobiography always to me any aroused group was a good group despite those views liberals praise fingers work while ignoring her history I admire Margaret Sanger enormously your tenacity this is horribly I am really in all of her Ryan Bamberger founder of the radiance foundation says abortion proponents are working to clean up singers past and what she stood for they have to reinvent her every time they talk about her in order to justify dear celebration of her former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson says those inside the abortion industry are trying to overlook fingers racist views to give you an answer like Leon action yes Margaret Sanger was was a racist but free body was a racist back then you expect it because she is your hero and she has to be here here well you cannot question Planned Parenthood 1997 Stephen Mosher of the population research Institute wrote about the push to repackage Margaret Sanger in the Wall Street Journal the reason I call it the repackaging of Margaret Sanger is because after the Nazi regime destroyed the legitimacy of eugenics forever they then went back and said all she was just an early feminist she was just an early supporter of of family planning no she wasn't now she was a supporter of giving IQ tests the people she was in favor of using those IQ tests to determine should be sterilized and who should have filled children in her response title the demonization of Margaret Sanger Alexander's finger her grandson and president of Planned Parenthood at the time called Mother's editorial unfair in the same piece Esther Katz director of NYU's Margaret Sanger papers project claimed evidence revealing Sandra did not rationalize or support for birth control on racist grounds that she never advocated genocidal policies aimed at racial ethnic or religious groups and that she in fact believed access to birth control would benefit not eliminate minority populations Dr. Katz turned down our request for an interview although in this article the editor is public authority interpreting Margaret Sankar she wrote by our current highly sensitized standards some of her attitudes and statements can be construed as racist elitist ethnocentric and not political so it looks like Bill Gates dad Bill Senior was president between possibly the time that her grandson was even president so he's like in the middle of the Singer sandwich and this woman is a part of the eugenicists group or foundation right which tells you her belief systems and if you understand the time that this was done you understand who she is speaking about specifically when she says syphilitic right she's a racist she gave rallies at the KKK the female KKK rallies and then she pushed these these Planned Parenthood's 80% of Planned Parenthood's are in low socioeconomic areas 80% of them and disproportionately affect minorities which they try to give you the right as freedom right you all we would want to mess with your freedom bluntly put Planned Parenthood at every corner of your your area of this you know your location where most people within that racial group live and you understand that you know the time the studies that I was reading that basically 13% of people within United States were black or African American and they made up 30% of all abortions disproportionately affected their generational tree branch of of their children 30% of all abortions are done to women and were African American a black and Hispanics are out of the absolutely disproportionally effective as well because they did position them in places where that there those people are more likely to be within these racial socioeconomic positions of society and they do that intentionally you think that's all you think is unintentional you think it's because you know the Bill Gates daughter is got knocked up and you know she needs to go to get an abortion no now they're trying to stop specific sections of our culture from reproducing and are doing it under the guise of your personal liberty and freedom just like you're doing right now with everything else it's crazy it's crazy and to think how much that has disproportionately affected our history any one of those kids that had had had been aborted murdered is the better term because abortion is just a term used in lieu of murder because they try to instill the idea of linguistically that is is not when it is the end of a life your putting a period at the end of that life doesn't in the sentence never existed so you know it took to me at you have to be there the cause and the reason behind it and the person who founded Planned Parenthood Margaret Sanger the person who found it who actually got the name I pulled out this little piece from this book that I was reading called cold blue inside the medical industrial complex by Mike McGee MA GE page 76 talks about Margaret Singer of the birth control Federation of America sources for marrying allow reaching out for financial support she turned to the dynamic advertising man Albert Lasker Albert Lasker was the one who was a big piece one of the most infamous marketers of all time who is in a basically assisted with the marketing of cigarettes through doctors and all of that deal did back in the day when marketing was like this just like guerrilla warfare Albert Laster is a very very famous marketer and who would launch some of America's most recognizable consumer brands including Lucky strike cigarettes Wrigley's chewing gum pep this pep so wouldn't toothpaste in sun-kissed oranges known as the father of modern advertising Lasker was also politically connected having helped engineered Warren Harding successful presidential campaign in 1920 20 years and Lasker admired her intensity is talking about Mary Mary Lasker in Florence Mahoney but Mary's Senior Lasker admired her intensity and a Mary ended up actually marrying Albert and took on his last name of Lasker who it was a part of Margaret Singer was doing Margaret Sanger time so basically what what Albert Lasker ended up doing was is basically helping them reposition the idea and re-advertise the way that the birth control Federation of America because that's

The Nat Coombs Show
S3: Talking Brady, Rodgers & Brown with Drew Lasker

The Nat Coombs Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2022 47:22


Nat catches up with his Sky Sports BBL co-host Drew Lasker, ahead of this Sunday's BBL Cup Final. Drew begins by explaining which Texas NFL team he follows and why, before they get into his early years as an athlete, his transition from professional athlete to broadcaster, knowing when to hang them up, before discussing Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers & Antonio Brown.

Explore Global Health with Rob Murphy, MD
Ethics and Global Health Travel with Judith Lasker, PhD

Explore Global Health with Rob Murphy, MD

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 31:34


On the first episode of this podcast, we are talking about the differences between sustainable global health programs and volunteer fly-in medical missions.  Today's guest is Judith Lasker, author of Hoping to Help: The Promises and Pitfalls of Global Health Volunteering. Lasker is also co-founder of Advocacy for Global Health Partnerships.

The Back to Me Project: College and Beyond
Transitioning Through Grief with Sheniqua Lasker

The Back to Me Project: College and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 19:03


Grief Share: https://www.griefshare.org/ 

Lesedusche. Klassiker erfrischend anders
Heute ist ein guter Tag zum: Träumen (mit Woolf, Lasker-Schüler, Börne und Kierkegaard)

Lesedusche. Klassiker erfrischend anders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022


Es ist ein großes Geschenk, dass wir träumen können - egal, ob wir das Geträumte am Ende in die Realität umsetzen oder nicht. Lausche ganz entspannt mit unserer Textauswahl in den Abend: https://lesedusche.de/fe/traum

MEMORIA DE LA HABANA
Campeonato Mundial de Ajedrez en La Habana 1921 entre Capablanca y Lasker.

MEMORIA DE LA HABANA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 55:44


En aquel Campeonato Mundial de Ajedrez de 1921 Emanuel Lasker, que entonces tenía 52 años, tuvo que viajar a La Habana por mar para defender su título de campeón del mundo contra José Raúl Capablanca, 20 años menor que él, que estaba en la cúspide de su maestría. El duelo resultó desigual: Lasker no consiguió ganar ni una sola partida, y renunció el 28 de abril, cuando ya llevaba 4 derrotas. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ramn-fernndez-larrea/support

America's Work Force Union Podcast
Bill Samuel (AFL-CIO) / Tim Lasker (OPEIU Local 453)

America's Work Force Union Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 54:40


AFL-CIO Government Affairs Director Bill Samuel joined the AWF Union Podcast today to discuss Sen. Joe Manchin and the Build Back Better budget reconciliation bill. He later discussed reforms at the National Labor Relations Board.   The second guest on today's episode was OPEIU Local 453 Business Manager Tim Lasker. He spoke about attempts to privatize jobs in the Massachussettes public sector and the unique position of unions that represent present Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority employees. 

Chicago's Bravest Stories Podcast
Roll Call: Andy Scheidt, his father Dick Scheidt was photographed in The Our Lady of Angels fire

Chicago's Bravest Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 32:45


Firefighter Richard Scheidt emerged from the building carrying the body of a 10-year-old boy, and Lasker snapped a photograph. The image remains among the most poignant to emerge from the blaze at Our Lady of Angels School on Dec. 1, 1958, that killed 92 children and three nuns.

Audiobookish
S2E9 - A chat with Dr Imran Lasker

Audiobookish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 57:36


Episode Notes We chat with Dr Imran Lasker about his favourite audiobooks. Imran is a consultant radiologist and co-host of the Two Medics Podcast (www.twomedics.com). We discuss his favourite audiobooks, why he started a podcast about medical Twitter and of course Back To The Future. You can follow Doc Lasker on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DocLasker and find him TikTok! Please leave a rating and review for the podcast wherever you find it. Support Audiobookish by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/audiobookish Find out more at https://audiobookish.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-8a93af for 40% off for 4 months, and support Audiobookish.

Leipzig liest
Amanda Lasker-Berlin im Gespräch mit Claudius Nießen

Leipzig liest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 36:51


Amanda Lasker-Berlin ist 1994 in Essen geboren und hat schon als Jugendliche angefangen zu schreiben. Bereits mit 18 Jahren inszenierte sie dann ihr erstes Theaterstück. Es folgte ein Studium der Freien Kunst an der Bauhaus-Universität in Weimar sowie ein Regie-Studium an der Akademie für Darstellende Kunst Baden-Württemberg. Ihre Theaterstücke und Prosa wurden mehrfach ausgezeichnet und auch ihr Debütroman „Elijas Lied“ wurde mit dem Debütpreis der lit.COLOGNE 2020 prämiert und für „Das Debüt 2020 – Bloggerpreis für Literatur“ nominiert. Heute lebt sie in Frankfurt am Main. 2021 ist ihr zweiter Roman in der Frankfurter Verlagsanstalt erschienen. „Iva atmet“ dreht sich inhaltlich um große gesellschaftliche Themen wie z. B. dem persönlichen Umgang mit historischer Schuld, dem Schweigen in Familien und deutschen Kolonialverbrechen. Im Podcast wird Amanda Lasker-Berlin ein paar Passagen aus dem Buch lesen und mit Claudius Nießen über den Entstehungsprozess, über Familiengeheimnisse und über Schuld sprechen.

The Bubba Army Podcast
Throw back: Gene Lasker walks out of the studio

The Bubba Army Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 21:29


Throwback: Gene Lasker walks out of the studioSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Schachgeflüster
#66 - TOP 10 deutschsprachige Eröffnungen

Schachgeflüster

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 57:23


Jede Eröffnung trägt einen Namen. Aber was sind die am häufigsten gespielten Eröffnungen, die nach einem deutschen Spieler oder einer deutschen Stadt benannt sind? Das erfahrt Ihr in dieser Podcast-Episode. Und daneben gibt´s auch noch ein paar Geschichten zu Lasker, Tarrasch, Anderssen & Co. Ein vergnüglicher akustischer Spaziergang durch die Welt der Eröffnungen im Schach. Kapitelmarken: 01:19 Lasker-Pelikan-Variante 07:18 Mieses-Kotrc-Gambit 12:35 Sämisch-Varianten 16:32 Berliner Verteidigung 20:07 Richter-Rauser-Angriff 26:03 Paulsen-Variante 31:32 Horwitz-Verteidigung 36:33 Tarrasch-Variante 41:46 Bogo-Indisch 44:47 Zukertort Homepage: https://www.schachgefluester.de Facebookgruppe: https://www.facebook.com/groups/schachgefluester Schachgeflüster unterstützen: https://www.patreon.com/schachgefluester Unsterbliche Zugzwangpartie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcL_afAFmjk Unsterbliche Partie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEgBIkat080 Inspiriert durch: - Nathan Rose - Chatgeflüster - Perpetual Chess Podcast - Sportgespräch

Copywriters Podcast
The Two Copywriters Who Changed Everything, And The Man Who Hired Them

Copywriters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021


We're back with a special Gold Edition of Copywriters Podcast. The reason it's a Gold Edition is because we are taking a deep dive into the gold mines of copywriting history. The two men who invented copywriting as we know it are Claude Hopkins and John E. Kennedy. And the man who hired them was Albert Lasker. I came across this book, The Man Who Sold America, which has information I'd never seen anywhere else before. That was probably because one of the authors, Arthur Schultz, is the former CEO of the ad agency Foote, Cone and Belding — which gave him and his co-author Jeffrey L. Cruikshank access to private papers and other information that was not available to anyone else. You see, Foote, Cone and Belding used to be called Lord and Thomas. That was the agency Albert Lasker ran when he hired Claude Hopkins and John E. Kennedy. I probably never would have even known about this book if I hadn't been told about it by Brad Nickel, one of my mentoring clients and a previous guest on Copywriters Podcast. It's a big book, so I've selected a handful of key highlights from more than 400 pages that go deep into Lasker's life, and his experiences with the two copywriters. This podcast contains three sections, and each section is focused on one person. First, Albert Lasker… then John E. Kennedy… and last, Claude Hopkins. We look at how their lives and careers intertwined. I think it's very interesting that all three of them got to where they were and did what they did through some personal connections. In the case of Kennedy, a personal connection he proactively created himself. Here's the book this information was taken from, and adapted considerably for today's show: The Man Who Sold America, by Jeffrey L. Cruikshank & Arthur W. Schultzhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B003SNJYTYDownload.

IQ - Magazin
Booster-Impfung, Neue Gewächshäuser, Lasker Award, Programmierkurs in Uganda

IQ - Magazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 24:38


Corona-Booster-Impfung - Wer braucht die dritte Dosis? / Gewächshaus 2.0 - Neue Wege in der Lebensmittelproduktion / Albert-Lasker Award - Ausgezeichnete medizinische Grundlagenforschung / Der Supersonic Aviators Club in Uganda - Wie Mädchen Programmieren lernen.

Founders
The Man Who Sold America: The Amazing (but True!) Story of Albert D. Lasker and the Creation of the Advertising Century

Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 38:27


What I learned from reading The Man Who Sold America: The Amazing (but True!) Story of Albert D. Lasker and the Creation of the Advertising Century by Jeffrey L. Cruikshank and Arthur W. Schultz.Sign up to listen to the rest of this episode. You will unlock 214 full length episodes and get lifetime access to every future episode.WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING:“Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I've taken advantage of in the last year is the Founders podcast premium feed. Tap into eons of knowledge and experiences, condensed into digestible portions. Highly, highly recommend. “Uniquely outstanding. No fluff and all substance. David does an outstanding job summarizing these biographies and hones in on the elements that make his subjects so unique among entrepreneurs. I particularly enjoy that he focuses on both the founder's positive and negative characteristics as a way of highlighting things to mimic and avoid.”“I just paid for my first premium podcast subscription for Founders podcast. Learning from those who came before us is one of the highest value ways to invest time. David does his homework and exponentially improves my efficiency by focusing on the most valuable lessons.”“I haven't found a better return on my time and money than your podcast for inspiration and time-tested wisdom to help me on my journey.“I've now listened to every episode. From this knowledge I've doubled my business to $500k a year. Love your passion and recommend your podcast to everyone.”“Founders is the only podcast I pay for and it's worth 100x the cost.”“I have listened to many podcasts on entrepreneurship (HIBT, Masters of Scale, etc.) and find Founders to be consistently more helpful than any other entrepreneurship podcast. David is a craftsperson, he carefully reads biographies of founders, distills the most important anecdotes and themes from their life, and draws commonalities across lives. David's focus is rightfully not on teaching you a formula to succeed but on constantly pushing you to think different.”“I highly highly recommend this podcast. Holy cow. I've been binge listening to these and you start to see patterns across all these incredible humans.”“After one episode I quickly joined the Misfit feed. Love the insight and thoughts shared along the way. David loves what he does and it shines through on the podcast. Definitely my go-to podcast now.”“It is worth every penny. I cannot put into words how fantastic this podcast is. Just stop reading this and get the full access.”“Personally it's one of my top 3 favorite podcasts. If you're into business and startups and technology, this is for you. David covers good books and I've come to really appreciate his perspective. Can't say enough good things.”“I quickly subscribed and it's honestly been the best money I've spent all year. It has inspired me to read biographies. Highly recommend.”“This is the most inspirational and best business podcast out there. David has inspired me to focus on biographies rather than general business books. I'm addicted.”“Anyone interested in business must find the time to listen to each any every Founders podcast. A high return on investment will be a virtual certainty. Subscribe and start listening as soon as possible.”“David saves you hundreds of hours by summarizing bios of legendary business founders and providing valuable insight on what makes an individual successful. He has introduced me to many founders I would have never known existed.”“The podcasts offer spectacular lessons on life, human nature and business achievement. David's enthusiasm and personal thoughts bring me joy. My journey has been enhanced by his efforts.”"Founders is the best self investment that I've made in years."GET LIFETIME ACCESS TO FOUNDERS

'Cuse Militia Podcast
Episode 312- Syracuse Football with Guest: Michael Lasker & Tyler Marona!

'Cuse Militia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 77:40


What's up Cuse Nation?!?! Welcome us back! Tyler Marona and Michael Lasker join the show to talk the state of the program for Syracuse Football. We'll get their thoughts on that and we'll do some Buy/Sell/Holds before we get into predictions for the year. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The BBL Show
Drew Lasker Retires After A Stellar 16 Year Career

The BBL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 75:05


Welcome to our final episode of the Summer Road Trip 12. Turn those numbers around and you get 21 which means a lot to your Host as we head up to Newcastle for our Final Destination. In what will be an emotional celebration of an incredible career, Andrew 'Drew' Lasker leaves out on top as a Champion as he walks away from the British Basketball League after 16 Seasons! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bblshow/support

Perpetual Chess Podcast
EP 234- GM Jonathan Levitt

Perpetual Chess Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 82:30


Intro: GM Jonathan Levitt is a chess journalist, an author and a professional cricket bettor!   Jonathan is retired from competitive chess, but he has written a few great chess books, including co-authoring the classic  Secrets of Spectacular Chess, and Jonathan has recently released his first non-chess book,  Contemplating Comedy, which, as you might guess, is a meditation on the topic of humor. In this wide-ranging interview, we discuss Jonathan's varied chess career, his transition to cricket betting, the upcoming World Chess Championship, and the intersection of chess and humor. There is lots to learn from Jonathan, so I hope you all enjoy this conversation. Please read on for many more details and relevant links.  London Chess Festival Info here!-  https://www.englishchess.org.uk/chessfest-in-londons-trafalgar-square/ 0:00- We tackle the age old question, “What constitutes chess talent?” This is a question that Jonathan grapples with in his excellent 1997 book, Genius in Chess.  Mentioned: IM Malcolm Pein, Episode 20 with GM Timur Garyev, Book Recap #10- Talking Blindfold Chess with Jerry Wells, Episode 95 with Dr. Christopher Chabris  14:00- Jonathan answers a question from the Perpetual Chess Patreon mailbag relating to ways he could potentially tweak his famed “Levitt question.”  18:00- Jonathan tells the story of what he learned from studying and sharing a house with legendary GM Alexei Shirov.  Episode 189 with GM Patrick Wolff  25:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by AImchess.com. Check out their site, and if you decide to subscribe use the code Perpetual30 to save 30%.  26:30- What were the key components to Jonathan's own chess improvement path?  Mentioned: GM Mikhail Botvinnik, Lasker's Manual of Chess, Fischer's 60 Memorable Games  35:00- Secrets of Spectacular Chess by Jonathan and FM David Friedgood is a great book that shares a lot of brilliant endgame studies. Did endgame studies help Jonathan's own game?  41:00- Jonathan talks about the only “real job” when he worked for a few months for the original Kasparov Chess website.  Mentioned: Mig Greengard, GM Vladimir Kramnik 43:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com! Check out their latest offerings here.  New Chess Courses Online - For All Levels in all - Chessable.com Also be sure to subscribe to the How to Chess podcast, more info here: https://howtochess.com/ 44:00- How did Jonathan's chess background help him become a professional cricket bettor? What does his work entail?  Mentioned: Episode 57 with GM Pascal Charbonneau  53:00-Jonathan's newest book, Contemplating Comedy is a meditation on what makes things funny. Does Jonathan think chess players are funnier than non-chess players? Does he have any good chess jokes?  Mentioned: GM Tony Miles, GM Nigel Davies, GM Nigel Short, GM Yasser Seirawan, GM Benjamin Finegold, GM Jan Gustafsson  1:04:00- What were Jonathan's interactions with Kasparov like?  Mentioned: Magnus Carlsen, GM Bobby Fischer  1:09:00- What are Jonathan's thoughts on the Carlsen-Nepomniachtchi match?  1:11:00- Thanks so much to Jonathan for joining us!  Here is how to keep up with him:  Buy his books here:  Amazon.com Follow him on Twitter here:  https://twitter.com/JonathanLevitt7?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor You can email him directly at jonathanlevitt at btinternet.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Am I Dying?!
Special Episode: The Cancer Mavericks

Am I Dying?!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 42:30


We're doing something a little different today. We want to share an absolutely incredible and important new series we've been working on at OffScrip Media. It's called The Cancer Mavericks. The Cancer Mavericks is a serial deep-dive documentary series telling the previously untold story of the people who pushed like hell against a paternalistic medical establishment and an archaic healthcare system to transform the way we survive cancer in America. It's a vast tale of activism and conflict spanning more than nine decades of American history, and we're handing today's show entirely over to sharing episode 1 with you. Listen to the first episode here, and then be sure to follow The Cancer Mavericks to hear each new episode as it drops every month between now and December. Rest assured: the doctors will be back with you next Thursday.But now, please enjoy "Lasker's War", Episode 1 of The Cancer Mavericks.Privacy Policy and California Privacy Notice.

The Cancer Mavericks: A History of Survivorship

Mary Lasker used to say that more money was spent on advertising campaigns for gum than was spent on cancer research. She'd seen the effects of that almost non-existent budget first hand: she watched people close to her die from cancer, including her advertising exec husband. She was outraged by the lack of money and research devoted to ending the disease. But with her own funds and influence, Mary Lasker rallied the public and lawmakers to take notice, ultimately leading to The National Cancer Act of 1971. This "War on Cancer" brought millions of dollars, but also harsh truths: there was no simple cure for cancer, and the remedies of modern science to control the disease took a devastating toll on patients. Rose Kushner was one of those patients. She questioned the treatments and surgeries that had become the status quo for medical experts. Her pushback helped start a massive change in the patient-doctor relationship as well as in cancer treatment. In Episode 1, we learn how Mary Lasker and Rose Kushner became two of the most important health policy advocates of the 20th century, putting cancer—and cancer patients—front and center. For more information about this series, visit https://CancerMavericks.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Interview Dudes Podcast!
S9E10 Interview with Michael Lasker VFX Supervisor from ImageWorksVFX

The Interview Dudes Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 20:49


S9E10 Interview with Michael Lasker VFX Supervisor from ImageWorksVFX

Auf den Tag genau
Martha Lasker aus Havanna

Auf den Tag genau

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 10:54


Nach 27 Jahren war Schluss. Wie wir ausführlicher in unserem Gesprächspodcast mit seinen 3½ Fragen an Großmeister Stefan Kindermann erörtert haben, verlor Langzeit-Schach-König Emanuel Lasker 1921 seinen WM-Titel an den 20 Jahre jüngeren Kubaner José Raúl Capablanca und kehrte als erster und bislang einziger deutscher Ex-Schachweltmeister aus Havanna zurück. Begleitet wurde er auf dieser Reise von seiner Ehefrau Martha, geborene Bamberger, verwitwete Cohn, eine in Berlin hochgeschätzte Lyrikerin, Vortragskünstlerin und Journalistin, deren Texte häufig auch unter dem Pseudonym L. Marco erschienen. Seit der Heirat mit Lasker 1911 hatte sie ihre diesbezügliche Tätigkeit zwar deutlich eingeschränkt, von ihrer Reise ins ferne Kuba berichtete sie aber ausführlich im Berliner Tageblatt vom 10. Mai. Ihr ‘Ferngespräch aus Havanna‘ gibt beeindruckende Einblicke in das dortige Leben vor einhundert Jahren, wartet einmal mehr aber auch mit einigen zeittypischen kolonialistischen Stereotypen und Begriffen auf. Es liest Frank Riede.

The Fierce Freedom Podcast
The Uncut Truth About Diamonds - Feat. Nicole Lasker

The Fierce Freedom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 28:59


Marilyn first sang about them in 1949, and in today's market, 78% of all engagement rings contain them - we're talking about diamonds, and the industry behind them. Most are familiar with the film Blood Diamond and its portrayal of conflict diamonds, which were mined by enslaved people and sold to fund rebel military operations. We asked podcast guest Nicole Lasker, President of Lasker Jewelers - to bring more clarity to the conversation, and dig up the truth about where our diamonds come from and what the industry looks like now.  Nicole explains how key players in the diamond industry used this high-pressure situation to rework their modus operandi which now not only ensures ethical practice in countries where diamonds are mined, but to also works to give back to its communities of workers and their families.

Hall of Justice
219. Spider-Man-Into the Spider-Verse Revisited with CG Supervisor Mike Lasker

Hall of Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 71:12


The Movie Blues Podcast with Dan & Dan
S03E04 - Lawnmower Dan (ft. Steven Lasker)

The Movie Blues Podcast with Dan & Dan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 68:42


If you thought we would review something actually scary (or good) after The Haunting of Bly Manor, you thought wrong!   For this year's Halloween Special, two Dan's and one Steve break down one of the most reprehensibly bizarre Stephen King movies ever made, 1992's LAWNMOWER MAN, in which a drunken James Bond actor abuses the helicopter pilot from LOST until he stops dressing and acting like Simple Jack.   Also includes the new hit segment, "Rotten Tomatoes Review of Lawnmower Man OR My Personal Review of the Disco Biscuits," and the results WILL shock you!  

SLP Nerdcast
AAC Basics Part 2: Barriers to and Strategies for Effective Implementation

SLP Nerdcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2020 68:08


Get .1 ASHA CEU hereAs promised, here is our second episode on AAC Basics. If you have listened to any of our other episodes you already know that we are passionate about AAC Implementation. As we covered in our Implementation Plans episode, you could have the most appropriate set of AAC tools in the universe, but if they aren't implemented in a way that supports the needs of the client / student then they are at risk for being abandoned. Our goal for this episode was to try and unpack some realistic barriers to effective implementation.We begin this episode by providing a quick review / discussion of the different personnel roles in AAC based on a great article by Binger et al (2012). We discuss how each of these roles has unique barriers to effective AAC implementation. Finally, we review some strategies for how to overcome the barriers unique to each of these roles. Come join us, be our nerdy friends, and learn a little more about AAC Basics.Learning objectives:Identify barriers for successful implementation across different environmentsIdentify successful strategies across different environments and profilesReferencesBeukelman, D., Ball, L., & Fager, S. (2008). An AAC personnel framework: Adults with acquired complex communication needs. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 24, 255–267Binger, C., Ball, L., Dietz, A., Kent-Walsh, J., Lasker, J., Lund, S., … Quach, W. (2012). Personnel Roles in the AAC Assessment Process. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 28(4), 278–288. doi: 10.3109/07434618.2012.716079Hunt, P., Soto, G., Maier, J., Müller, E., & Goetz, L. (2002). Collaborative teaming to support students with augmentative and alternative communication needs in general education classrooms. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 18(1), 20–35. doi: 10.1080/aac.18.1.20.35Janice Light & David McNaughton (2014) Communicative Competence for Individuals who require Augmentative and Alternative Communication: A New Definition for a New Era of Communication?, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 30:1, 1-18, DOI: 10.3109/07434618.2014.885080Online ResourcesAugmentative and Alternative Communication: https://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/AAC/Augmentative and Alternative Communication: A Glossary: https://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/AAC-Glossary/Information for AAC Users: https://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/Information-for-AAC-Users/ISAAC: What is AAC? https://www.isaac-online.org/english/what-is-aac/Iconicity - Libby Rush's ASHA presentation 2007: file:///home/chronos/u-7131d381df49d87e032b826afd4ed96b8fc99eef/MyFiles/Downloads/0914_Rush_Elizabeth_2%20(1).pdfCommunication Matrix Handbook: file:///home/chronos/u-7131d381df49d87e032b826afd4ed96b8fc99eef/MyFiles/Downloads/handbook.pdfCommunication Matrix 7-Levels of Communication Handout: https://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Special-Education-Services/Documents/Vision/VI%20Consortia%205-8-15/Seven%20Levels%20of%20Communication%20in%20the%20Communication%20Matrix.pdfCore Vocabulary: Making Sense of Symbols: https://praacticalaac.org/praactical/core-vocabulary-making-sense-of-symbols/AAC Communication Decisions: https://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/communicationdecisions/Disclosures:Financial: Kate Grandbois is the owner / founder of Grandbois Therapy + Consulting, LLC and co-founder of SLP Nerdcast. Amy Wonkka is an employee of a public school system and co-founder of SLP Nerdcast.Non-financial: Kate and Amy are both members of ASHA, SIG 12, and both serve on the AAC Advisory Group for Massachusetts Advocates for Children. Kate is a member of the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy (BABAT), MassABA, the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and the corresponding Speech Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis SIG.deserTime Ordered Agenda:10 minutes: Introductions and disclosures20 minutes: Discussion of barriers for successful implementation across different environments20 minutes: Discussions of successful strategies across different environments and profiles10 minutes: Overview, discussion, and closingDisclaimerThe contents of this episode are not meant to replace clinical advice. SLP Nerdcast, its hosts and guests do not represent or endorse specific products or procedures mentioned during our episodes unless otherwise stated. We are NOT PhDs, but we do research our material. We do our best to provide a thorough review and fair representation of each topic that we tackle. That being said, it is always likely that there is an article we've missed, or another perspective that isn't shared. If you have something to add to the conversation, please email us! Wed love to hear from you!__SLP Nerdcast is a podcast for busy SLPs and teachers who need ASHA continuing education credits, CMHs, or professional development. We do the reading so you don't have to! Leave us a review if you feel so inclined!We love hearing from our listeners. Email us at info@slpnerdcast.com anytime! You can find our complaint policy here. You can also:Follow us on instagramFollow us on facebookWe are thrilled to be listed in the Top 25 SLP Podcasts! Thank you FeedSpot!

La Ciencia Pop
S01E14 | El virus que fue descubierto dos veces

La Ciencia Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2020 29:16


El viernes 5 de junio de 1981, exactamente 39 años atrás, el Reporte Semanal de Mortalidad y Morbilidad publicado por el Centro para el Control y Prevención de Enfermedades de EEUU, publicó 5 casos de neumonía muy curiosos. Sin saberlo, las autoridades de salud de EEUU publicaron ese día el primer reporte oficial que describía a una nueva enfermedad, una que ha matado a 32 millones de personas en los últimos 40 años. El descubrimiento de la causa de esa enfermedad vino acompañado de una enorme polémica, generando un enfrentamiento entre dos grupos de investigadores y una batalla legal entre los gobiernos de EEUU y Francia por los derechos comerciales de un sistema de detección del virus que la causaba, asunto que solo fue zanjado gracias a la mediación de los presidentes de ambos países. La polémica no se detuvo ahí y se extendió hasta la entrega del Premio Nobel de Medicina del año 2008. Hoy en la ciencia pop les voy a contar una historia que es una mezcla de confusión, ego científico y testarudez, que costó años desenmarañar. Hoy les voy a contar la historia tras bambalinas del descubrimiento del virus de la inmunodeficiencia humana, el VIH * La Ciencia Pop cuenta con el auspicio de CGESTA, gerenciamiento e inspección técnica de alta eficiencia para proyectos de construcción, con más de 2 millones de metros cuadrados de experiencia en los ámbitos de retail, industrial, oficinas, salud, educación e inmobiliario. Para más información, visite la página www.cgesta.cl * Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LaCienciaPop)

The Health Disparities Podcast
How the Lasker Foundation champions the importance of social determinants to all aspects of research and to shifting focus upstream. Featuring Dr. Cla...

The Health Disparities Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2020 22:54


Social determinants of health, the life circumstances in which we are born, educated, work and play, are powerful drivers of as much as 90% of our health status. Lasker Foundation President Dr Claire Pomeroy discusses ways that race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, the safety of our neighborhoods, having good access to food, and feeling part of a community all combine to impact health.

The Health Disparities Podcast
How the Lasker Foundation champions the importance of social determinants to all aspects of research and to shifting focus upstream. Featuring Dr. Claire Pomeroy.

The Health Disparities Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2020 22:54


Social determinants of health, the life circumstances in which we are born, educated, work and play, are powerful drivers of as much as 90% of our health status. Lasker Foundation President Dr Claire Pomeroy discusses ways that race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, the safety of our neighborhoods, having good access to food, and feeling part of a community all combine to impact health.

A Great Big City — New York City News, History, and Events
47: Halloween Events in NYC and the MAGA Bomber is Captured

A Great Big City — New York City News, History, and Events

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2019 25:06


Last week I walked you through the history of the Guggenheim Museum to mark its 60th anniversary on October 21, 1959, and this week I wanted to point you to a podcast by 99% Invisible, a design and architecture podcast, which worked with the Guggenheim to produce a special audio walkthrough that talks about the history of the building and some of the art that has been displayed in the museum over the years. For instance, you may not have known that Frank Lloyd Wright initially intended for museum attendees to ride an elevator to the top of the building and experience the museum's exhibitions from top to bottom. Learn more about the Guggenheim at 99pi.org and listen to episode 375 of 99% Invisible while you tour the museum. — The Guggenheim Museum Opens on the Upper East Side A few more details this week on the observation deck at Hudson Yards that we talked about in Episode 13 of the podcast: The deck is the glass triangle jutting off the southeast corner of 30 Hudson Yards that the surrounding neighborhood lovingly referred to as a bird beak! The observation deck is called New York Edge and will be the highest observation deck in the western hemisphere at 1,131 feet above street level, surpassing both the observation deck at 1WTC and the former Sears Tower, but still falling far short of overseas marvels like Shenzhen's Ping An International Finance Centre's observation deck that is 700 feet higher. The most striking aspect is the glass floor section at the center of the triangle, offering a view straight down the side of 30 Hudson Yards. Walking to the tip of the triangle-shaped deck will offer views across the entire city, from the new skyscrapers lining Billionaire's Row, full views of the Empire State Building, and a look down the western side of Manhattan all the way to 1WTC. The deck won't open until March 2020, but tickets are already on sale at an introductory price of $36/person for a specific time or $56/person for a daily pass. If you're a New York resident, you can receive a few more dollars off the list price. Both prices are comparable to what you'll pay to rise above the city at One World Observatory or the Empire State Building's observation decks. — Living with a view like that doesn't come without a hefty price tag, either! In PropertyShark's latest data, Hudson Yards ranked as the most expensive neighborhood, pushed to the top by a slew of expensive new sales in newly-opened buildings. For the third quarter of 2019, Hudson Yards sailed past Tribeca to post a median sale price of $5 million — more than twice Tribeca's $2.4 million median price for the same time period. Since PropertyShark's ranking of expensive neighborhoods is based on real estate transactions that closed during each quarter, neighborhoods can jump up the list quite drastically, as was seen in this report when the Lower East Side made an appearance at #8 on the list, jumping up eight places, after a number of units were sold at 250 South Street, a massive 72 story tower that grew along the waterfront at the base of the Manhattan Bridge. Sales during the third quarter in that building alone had a median price of $1.6 million. While you're up on the new observation deck at Hudson Yards, bring a pair of binoculars and see if you can spot some new signage in Dumbo: The former glowing-red Watchtower sign that stood along the Brooklyn waterfront for nearly 50 years will now be replaced with a glowing-red Welcome sign. The architectural renderings show a slightly less ominous font than the Watchtower sign, but the new Welcome sign will still be displayed in bold letters and still feature the LED clock above the sign. The building was sold by the Jehovah's Witnesses for $340 million in 2016 and the new owners are redeveloping the site into a mixed-use complex named the Panorama, which will incorporate shopping and innovative outdoor public spaces. Interestingly, the website for the Panorama still features an earlier rendering of the replacement sign, where the word Panorama would be spelled out in a similar font to the Welcome sign which will now be installed. The Rockefeller Center ice rink recently opened, the Bryant Park rink will open in Winter Village after Halloween, but you may notice a difference at the Central Park rink this winter: After buildings along Riverside Boulevard removed the Trump name from their buildings, two ice-skating rinks in Central Park were some of the last remaining Trump branding in the city, but as skating began this year, the Trump name was covered over or replaced with a small footnote where there had previously been large red letters on the rink's walls. As the Washington Post reports, some of the signs have been amended with a small "Operated by the Trump Organization" note at the bottom, while the skate rental counter simply hung a tarp over the name. According to the Parks Department, the change was unexpected and was the decision of the Trump Organization, which will still run the rinks, but voluntarily decided to downplay their branding for the first time since the 1980s. Although the rinks are still officially named the Wollman and Lasker rinks, the branding is a result of Trump's real estate company aiding the city in completing the construction and renovation project in the 1980s. Skating at Wollman rink is open now at 62nd Street and costs between $12 and $19, and skating at Lasker rink at 110th Street opens on October 27th and costs $9. For a free option, head to Bryant Park or the Conservatory Water pond on the east side at 74th Street, where remote control boats float during the summer, but free ice skating is available once the ice freezes thick enough! If you're not ready to get in the winter mood and go ice skating just yet, keep an eye on our listing of Halloween events in the city! Coming up on Saturday, October 26: The Fort Greene Great PUPkin costume contest for dogs at 11am and the larger Fort Greene Halloween Festival from noon to 3pm. On Sunday, October 27: The Howl-o-Ween dog costume party in Riverside Park at 87th Street at noon. On Wednesday, October 30: The Halloween Pumpkin Floatilla in Central Park's Harlem Meer at 110th Street at 4pm. And on Halloween, the Riverside Park costume parade at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument at 89th Street at 3pm and the city's biggest party, the Village Halloween Parade at 7pm along Sixth Avenue in the West Village! Visit agreatbigcity.com/halloween for more info. 16 years ago on October 24, 2003 — The Concorde makes its final commercial flight from JFK Airport to London, ending the era of supersonic travel 1 year ago on October 26, 2018 — A suspect is taken into custody in Florida after mailing bombs to prominent critics of Donald Trump, including two to CNN's Columbus Circle headquarters and one to Robert De Niro in Tribeca 115 years ago on October 27, 1904 — The original 28 subway stations open 56 years ago on October 28, 1963 — Demolition begins on Penn Station, razing all above-ground structures to make way for Madison Square Garden despite outcry from architects and the public 7 years ago on October 29, 2012 — Hurricane Sandy hits New York City, causing a five-day blackout across downtown Manhattan and damage to infrastructure across the city, on Long Island, and in New Jersey A Great Big City has been running a 24-hour newsfeed since 2010, but the AGBC News podcast is just getting started, and we need your support. A Great Big City is built on a dedication to explaining what is happening and how it fits into the larger history of New York, which means thoroughly researching every topic and avoiding clickbait headlines to provide a straightforward, honest, and factual explanation of the news. Individuals can make a monthly or one-time contribution at agreatbigcity.com/support and local businesses can have a lasting impact by supporting local news while promoting products or services directly to interested customers listening to this podcast. Visit agreatbigcity.com/advertising to learn more. AGBC is more than just a news website: Our fireworks page monitors the city's announcements of upcoming fireworks, lists them on our site, and automatically sends out a notification just before the fireworks begin, so that you can watch the show or prepare your pet for the upcoming sounds of explosions. Visit agreatbigcity.com/fireworks to see the full calendar and follow @agreatbigcity on social media to receive the alerts. Park of the day Dunbar Playground Parks Events Halloween Fest 2019 — Date: October 26, 2019 at 11am in Bushwick Inlet Park Halloween Pet Costume Party — Date: October 26, 2019 at noon in Jackie Robinson Park Fort Totten Halloween Festival — Date: October 26, 2019 at noon in Queens 40th Annual Halloween Haunted Walk + Fair — Date: October 26, 2019 at noon in Prospect Park Halloween Harvest Festival — Date: October 26, 2019 Movies Under the Stars - Shocktoberfest: Beetlejuice — Date: October 26, 2019 Halloween Fest 2019: Beetlejuice — Date: October 26, 2019 Mad. Sq. Dogs Howl-o-ween — Date: October 27, 2019 Howl-o-ween — Date: October 27, 2019 Riverside Park Howl-O-Ween Costume Party — Date: October 27, 2019 Halloween Pumpkin Flotilla 2019 — Date: October 30, 2019 Glow-in-the-Dark Paint Night: Halloween Special — Date: October 31, 2019 Concert Calendar This is the AGBC Concert Calendar for the upcoming week: Power 105.1's Powerhouse with Migos, Meek Mill, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and more are playing Prudential Center on Saturday, October 26th at 7pm. Scotty Sire with Toddy Smith is playing Gramercy Theatre on Saturday, October 26th at 8pm. Bad Bunny is playing Prudential Center on Sunday, October 27th at 7pm. Still Woozy is playing Webster Hall on Sunday, October 27th at 8pm. Hiatus Kaiyote with Rich Medina is playing Brooklyn Steel on Monday, October 28th at 8pm. Melanie Martinez with Lauren Ruth Ward is playing Hammerstein Ballroom on Tuesday, October 29th at 8pm. Trey Anastasio is playing Carnegie Hall - Stern Auditorium on Tuesday, October 29th at 8pm. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band is playing Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, October 30th at 7pm. X Ambassadors is playing Terminal 5 on Wednesday, October 30th at 7pm. Pink Martini is playing Beacon Theatre on Wednesday, October 30th at 8pm. Trey Anastasio is playing Carnegie Hall - Stern Auditorium on Wednesday, October 30th at 8pm. Dead & Company is playing Madison Square Garden on Thursday, October 31st at 7pm. Flatbush Zombies is playing Brooklyn Steel on Thursday, October 31st at 8pm. Dead & Company is playing Madison Square Garden on Friday, November 1st at 7pm. King Princess with Girlpool is playing Terminal 5 on Friday, November 1st at 8pm. Blues Traveler is playing Beacon Theatre on Friday, November 1st at 8pm. Find more fun things to do at agreatbigcity.com/events. Today's fact about New York Here's something you may not have known about New York: The current Times Square New Years Eve Ball weighs 11,875 pounds, about as much as three Checker Cabs! Weather The extreme highs and lows for this week in weather history: Record High: 83°F on October 28, 1919 Record Low: 28°F on October 27, 1936 Weather for the week ahead: Rain on Sunday through next Thursday, with high temperatures falling to 58°F next Thursday. Thanks for listening to A Great Big City. Follow along 24 hours a day on social media @agreatbigcity or email contact@agreatbigcity.com with any news, feedback, or topic suggestions. Subscribe to AGBC News wherever you listen to podcasts: iTunes, Google Play, or TuneIn Radio, Player FM, Overcast, or listen to each episode on the podcast pages at agreatbigcity.com/podcast. If you enjoy the show, subscribe and leave a review wherever you're listening and visit our podcast site to see show notes and extra links for each episode. Intro and outro music: 'Start the Day' by Lee Rosevere — Concert Calendar music from Jukedeck.com

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Windows Containers with Steve Lasker

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2017 46:33


How are containers coming along in the Windows world? Carl and Richard talk to Steve Lasker about his work making containers easy to use from within Visual Studio. Most work on containers has been around Linux, but when Windows Server 2016 shipped, Windows containers became real. Should you be using containers in your all-Windows world? Steve talks about the advantages and challenges, it's not all simple, but it is very powerful and worth a look!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/net-rocks/donations