Welcome to Star Wars Reactions!This week, hosts Aaron Harris and David Modders sit down for our much delayed Halloween special as they discuss the origins of the Nightsisters. From their first appearance in “The Courtship of Princess Leia”, to their most recent appearance in Ahsoka, these Witches of Dathomir have played a pivotal role in the Star Wars universe.Join the conversation as they explore some of the main players in the Nighsisters journey through The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels, comics and more! Find out what episodes of the animated series and what comics you want to check out to learn more.Plus Aaron shares not one, not two, but three Nightsister themed Star Wars Dad Jokes of the Week!Star Wars Reactions: Elegant discussions for a more civilized age!Follow us on our all new TikTok account!Click here to leave us a voicemail via SpeakPipe!Email us here!Follow us on X (formerly known as Twitter)!Follow us on Facebook!Follow us on Instagram!Follow us on Threads!Follow us on Bluesky!Follow us on Pinterest!Subscribe on YouTube!Follow Aaron and David on X (formerly known as Twitter)!Follow David on Instagram!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3455852/advertisement
Bryan and Holly talk about A Disturbance in the Force, the new documentary about the Star Wars Holiday Special. Listen in to their stories and anecdotes and what they thought of the film. And the Holiday Special, of course. Happy Life Day!
Ep. 96 - Maul. In this episode I talk with Garrett Alvarado (Vocals). Maul is a death metal band formed out of Fargo ND and just released their newest EP “Desecration and Enchantment” on November 17th through 20 Buck Spin Records. I spoke to Garrett on this podcast before back in 2021 and since then Maul has achieved lots of praise and recognition. We talk about their journey since we last spoke, constant touring, and their newest EP. I am definitely looking forward to their new album coming out soon. I hope everyone enjoys this episode. Ahééhee' / Thank you. — Opening song is by Tribal Kills "Fire In The Sky" (check them out): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adVxRpSaqgI — Band Links: https://maul701.bandcamp.com https://www.facebook.com/MAULND https://www.instagram.com/mauldeath https://twitter.com/MAUL701 https://www.youtube.com/c/MAULND https://www.20buckspin.com https://listen.20buckspin.com https://www.facebook.com/20buckspin https://twitter.com/20buckspinlabel https://www.instagram.com/20buckspinlabel
Metal and Punk bands are no strangers to the whole acronym for their name thing. Instead of spelling out their multi word monicker, it's just easier to focus on the first letters. The ones that immediately come to mind are D.R.I. and C.O.C. But what about obscure names like J.F.A. and E-X-E? So we figured we'd put our own Aaron to the test. Just for shites' and giggles. In our "News, Views, and Tunes", we discuss the Cavalera Bros re-recording the classic Sepultura "Morbid Visions" album. And Green Day playing the Grey Cup (Canada's Super Bowl) halftime show. Musically, we crank new and used from Fear, MDC, Destructor, Tyrant, E-X-E, Gutter Creek, Maul and we introduce New Halen CT's Entierro in our "Indie Spotlight". Horns Up and Stay Healthy! This Episode is sponsored by Trve Kvlt Coffee. Summon the coffee demons to possess yourself a cup today! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram
Bryan and Holly get their first post-Strike discussion of Ahsoka in, talking about their favorite parts from Witches of Dathomir to Anakin Skywalker. And did Holly mention the Witches?
The boys are back together with a double filming sesh in Bristol and Cardiff. They catch up with Simione Kuruvoli and Selestino Ravitaumada to discuss the World Cup exploits of the Flying Fijians. It's also a chance to see how Max is doing after being dropped and most importantly it's their very first Rumour Maul… a brand new section with all things gossip from across the rugby spectrum!
Holly is joined by Tom Spina to talk about Ahsoka from the point of view of someone who hasn't kept up with the animated series. They also discuss the latest incredible project from Regal Robot.
Hondo Ohnaka creates an alliance with Obi-Wan Kenobi when Maul and Savage Oppress invade his home planet of Florrum. In this fully armed and operational episode of Podcast Stardust, we discuss: Hondo's first appearance in The Clone Wars since season two, Hondo's personal sense of honor and his reaction to his men betraying him, The alliance between Hondo and Obi-Wan Kenobi, Some of Hondo's best lines from this episode, Obi-Wan Kenobi's fighting skills, The death of a Jedi, Maul and Savage Oppress's relationship, and Chancellor Palpatine's reaction to the pursuit of Maul. Check out the last episode in our Hondo Ohnaka series in episode 647. Thanks for joining us for another episode! Subscribe to Podcast Stardust for all your Star Wars news, reviews, and discussion wherever you get your podcasts. And please leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts. Find Jay and her cosplay adventures on J.Snips Cosplay on Instagram.
Host Ricky Sacks is joined by regular returning guests Lee McQueen, Richard Cracknell and Patrick Tyrant on this Last Word On Spurs as Wolves scored twice in stoppage time as they came from behind to beat Tottenham in the Premier League. Mario Lemina netted the winner in the seventh minute of additional time at Molineux, sliding the ball into the far side of the net after an expertly timed pass by Pablo Sarabia. Sarabia had levelled six minutes earlier with a sublime finish, volleying home after flicking the ball to himself in the air. Spurs' 10-game unbeaten start to the season was cut short by their chaotic 4-1 defeat by Chelsea on Monday, but they issued an immediate response on Saturday as Brennan Johnson tapped home after latching on to a Pedro Porro pass. Tottenham's impression was momentary, however, and Wolves quickly grew into the game with energetic pressing in the final third, albeit lacking any real cutting edge in front of goal. Wolves failed to convert numerous chances, with Hwang Hee-chan and Sasa Kalajdzic missing the target from close range, but remained persistent in their attacking intent. Tottenham failed to come away unscathed after Wolves' late heroics as they succumbed to back-to-back defeats, missing out on a chance to go to the top of the table. An independent Tottenham Hotspur Fan Channel providing instant post-match analysis and previews to every single Spurs match along with a range of former players, managers & special guests. Please can we ask you to take this opportunity to *SUBSCRIBE* to the Last Word On Spurs and THANKS FOR WATCHING. Whilst watching our content we would greatly appreciate if you can LIKE the video and SUBSCRIBE to the channel, along with leaving a COMMENT below. - DIRECT CHANNEL INFORMATION: - Media/General Enquiries: email@example.com - SOCIALS: * Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@LastWordOnSpurs * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LastWordOnSpurs WEBSITE: www.lastwordonspurs.com #THFC #COYS #WOLTOT Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ohio State started extremely fast and then coasted to a 38-3 win over visiting Michigan State on Saturday night. Our postgame podcast, What We Learned Live, has all the details, plus information on the big recruiting night for the Buckeyes. Host Dave Biddle is joined by Bill Kurelic, Jonah Booker, Patrick Murphy and Steve Helwagen. Kick back, relax and enjoy this edition of What We Learned Live! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Was soll man sagen, im November mit der Fußballbundesligakonferenz am Nachmittag bei Regen an der Fensterscheibe, Popcorn in der Hand und ein Topspiel mit Dortmund gegen den FC Bayern am Abend ist einfach die Definition von einem perfektem Samstag. Doch genau dieser Samstag hat sich am Vormittag eher zu einer heiklen Situation verstrickt. Jonas hatte den ein oder anderen Disput und ein sehr großes Ungerechtigkeitsgefühl. Das dieser Disput und seine Folgen Max in einen schmerzhaften Lachflash schicken würde, konnte man zu diesem Zeitpunkt noch nicht ahnen. Ole schüttet immer wieder gekonnt Öl ins Feuer bei der Hoffnung die Pointe würde jetzt irgendwann kommen. Es wird ruppig. In diesem Sinne Prost! Begleitmaterial: https://www.instagram.com/p/CzgYnjftmaC/?igshid=MThqdnhwdmxreGRhbg== --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/your-feierabendbier/message
Eine richtige Wohlfühlmusik schafft Johann Sebastian Bach im Eingangschor dieser Choralkantate. Das gesamte Stück zementiert ein klares Bekenntnis zu Gott, dessen "helfende Hand" besonders schön illustriert wird.
CATARINA MAUL é pedagoga, petropolitana, produtora executiva, editora da da Bem Cultural, escritora com 8 livros publicados No momento, divulga seu livro Contando e cantando os sonhos de Dumont. Atua nas áreas de música, teatro, audiovisual, eventos, festivais e outros desde 2000. Autora dos livros de poesia Intensa, Intensa II e Semáforos poéticos, Sol de Sagitário (crônicas), autora dos livros infantis E Deus criou o mundo, Manual de bons tratos, O Reino dos Livros Esquecidos e Contando e cantando os sonhos de Dumont. Como editora, assinou mais de 120 títulos e prefaciou 18 livros.
Read more about the results of the WGA strike here.Learn more about the SAG-AFTRA strike here.Another blast from the past, as we prepare for the podcast relaunch with our new podcast hosts! Enjoy this great episode of Paul and I discussing our favorite moments from Star Wars Animation, and stay tuned for our new episodes on Dec 7th! Matthew wrote down his favorite moments. Paul was too lazy (lol). Matthew's Favorite Moments from Star Wars AnimationAhsoka and Vader duel, Rebels Season 2 Episode 22 "Twilight of the Apprentice Part 2"Ahsoka and Maul realize where they both stand, The Clone Wars Season 7 Episode 10 "The Phantom Apprentice"Zeb and Kallus connect over the fall of Lasan, Rebels Season 2 Episode 17 "The Honorable Ones"Maul: "Filth, you will pay for your insolence." Hondo: "Insolence! We are pirates! We don't even know what that means.", The Clone Wars Season 5 Episode 1 "Revival"Satine Kryze: "Senators, I presume you are acquainted with the collection of half-truths and hyperbole known as Obi-Wan Kenobi?" Obi-Wan Kenobi: "Your Highness is too kind." Satine Kryze: "You're right, I am.", The Clone Wars Season 2 Episode 13 "Voyage of Temptation"Ezra pushes the walker off the edge, Rebels Season 3 Episode 1 "Steps Into Shadow"Crosshair alone, The Bad Batch (unknown episode)Thrawn!!!!!!, Rebels Season 3 Episode 1 "Steps Into Shadow"Star Wars Visions samurai has a red lightsaber, Visions Episode 1 "The Duel"Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We've got options for you!You can post questions or respond to our episode threads in our Star Wars Universe Podcast Facebook Group, or connect with us on X @EthicalPanda77. If you're feeling old school, email us at StarWarsUniversePodcast@gmail.com.For the good stuff, become a Patron! Our patrons get access to bonus content with every episode! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Please consider joining us on patreon.com/theethicalpanda today.Finally, we love feedback! To ask questions or let us know what you think, contact us!Email: Matthew@TheEthicalPanda.comTwitter: EthicalPanda77Facebook: TheEthicalPandaOr visit The Star Wars Universe Podcast on TruStory.FM for more information, contact info, and more!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4132649/advertisement
Peter Tchir, Academy Securities Head of Macro Strategy, points to potential issues in the global supply chain amid ongoing geopolitical conflicts. Libby Cantrill, PIMCO Managing Director of Public Policy, says the margin of error for House Republicans to avoid a government shutdown has narrowed. Dan Ives, Wedbush Sr. Equity Research Analyst, predicts that Apple could look to buy ESPN. Alexander Goldfarb, Piper Sandler Senior Research Analyst, says the commercial real estate market is in the midst of a rare phenomenon.Get the Bloomberg Surveillance newsletter, delivered every weekday. Sign up now: https://www.bloomberg.com/account/newsletters/surveillance Full Transcript: This is the Bloomberg Surveillance Podcast. I'm Tom Keene, along with Jonathan Farrow and Lisa Abramowitz. Join us each day for insight from the best and economics, geopolitics, finance and investment. Subscribe to Bloomberg Surveillance on demand on Apple, Spotify and anywhere you get your podcasts, and always on Bloomberg dot Com, the Bloomberg Terminal, and the Bloomberg Business app. Our guest of the Morning to synthesize all this with our question. Peter Cheers joins us. Now ahead of macro strategy at Academy Securities, you look for price up, yield down. What will that do to the equity market. I think for now it's going to be good. I think we see four thirty on tens before before we see four to seventy five. I think the pain trade is actually to lower yields. A lot of people who are bullished at five kind of got short again. I think that works until we get down about four thirty five. Equities rally on the back of that. Then we realize we're getting here because things like oil copper receding because the economy is actually slowing fast so I think at that point that's when the recession fear start getting priced back into stock. Taking Academy Securities three year view, you've got that slowing global demand. Nick bennenbrook On from Wells Fargo stunning with a two point four percent global GDP call. Can you own equities out with a three year vision? I think you could if you had a three year vision. I think right now it's more like a two to three week vision. Everything's so volatile. We don't know where this economy is turning. We don't know what's going on there. And one thing that's starting to scare me is we're having a lot of discussions about the Middle East. We're starting to hear a little bit more concerns about supply chains. I don't think it's an issue today, but if as this drags on, if there's any degree of escalation, supply chains become an issue again. So I think that will be a big drag on the economy. The Middle East crude last month is just unreal. To see a move of almost eleven percent lower on WTI, even with the heightened tension in the Middle least, A lot of people appointing to maybe demand starting to crack in a certain places around the world, Europe one, maybe even the United States gone into next year. What's your view on that. Yeah, I think the last time I was here, I said buying oil was not going to be a good hedge for escalation there because oil had been under so much pressure before, and I think that's what we're seeing again. There's just that lack of demand and the Saudis definitely have the ability to turn on the tap if they want. We're clearly trying to figure out how to work with Venezuela, and so far it looks like Aram's going to continue to pump oil despite the sanctions, despite the height intensions there. So there's not much in favor of oil right now, and I think that's a very crowded long position, so I could see that breaking lower coming into next year. You mentioned a two to three week view. I'm with you. You You know what's about to happen. Then in the next two to three weeks, we're going to get a load of people publishing their outlooks for twenty twenty four. Can you help us understand how you get any visibility whatsoever into next year? What's the strategic view going into you know, I think there's still some big themes. I think AI, how people are using AI, the efficiency that that could cause for companies. I think that's going to be a big theme still. So you can look over that. Where are we going to be on the defense spending? Where are we going to be in terms of geopolitical spending. I think the reshoring is still real. I think a reasonably healthy economy with their decent jobs is still the overriding thing. So I think markets are a little bit more volatile, volatile right now than the underlying economy is. So if you put this together to what you said earlier, that you see benchmark ten year yields getting down to four point three five percent before going back up to four point seventy five percent, or just basically they're heading lower. Does that mean that we're going to have slower growth but still the soft landing and that it basically people are going to get a little concerned about stocks, but that it sets up a rally. And I'm just trying to understand. No, I think a very convoluted range of thoughts. So I think as we move towards four thirty five, you get this, Oh, this is all good for stocks, and then as you start moving below four forty, I think people realize, oh man, we're getting there. Because things are not in the economy. The job market has changed, you know, white collar workers aren't doing as well as they were. You're seeing, i think, some potential for spending. You're seeing little cracks in the housing prices. So I think, all of a sudden, by year end, we're going to be back on a hard landing discussion and it'll be the boy who Cried Wolf, but we'll all be back talking about no more soft landing. We've overdone it. So you think that at that point, treasures will continue to be Haven's once again, even though arguably one of the biggest drivers of the yield move has been Washington, d C. And it doesn't look like that's changing. That's not changing. But again that's a three five ten year sort of pain. It's you know, we get ahead of ourselves. And I do think the one problem we all have is the bond market's so big. You talk about these numbers, two hundred and fifty billion, and it's huge, but it's you know, a fraction of twenty five trillions. So I think the ability to digest this you see corporate bonds come out twenty two billion yesterday, I believe it was you know, there's no problem digesting this, so I think the market's pretty healthy. I think people see yields as attractive. You're going to see people continue to add to that, so I think that's fine. It's going to be the risk side of things that gets people a little bit more spooked. Tell me about the November real yield shift we've seen. We've seen the ten year real yield migrate two point five zero percent to two point one nine percent. That makes things easier for everybody, right, it does. But I think the nominal yields still play a big role. They're still relatively high, and we had that move from you know, three seventy five to five, so we haven't clawed a lot of that back. I think there's this long you know, invariable lag time is really long. This time people did such a good job locking in yields. It's only now that you're hearing more and more people have to roll over their debt. Right if you issue to your debt back in the hey day, Now it's rolling over. Three year debt's not quite rolling over. So I think we're just starting to see that slow down impact. And I think one point John brings up, we've got what we've been calling this faux liquidity, this fake liquidity. It feels like the markets are super liquid at any given price point, but the ability to gap high or low is there. So I think we got pushed to five percent by people getting stopped out, pushing on yields. We're now got back to four fifty in a heartbeat because people are getting stopped out. So that's what we're trying to I think manage is like, what's the real noise versus the signal? You mentioned the Great Financinc. The Great Financinc. Of the pandemic, the huge wealth transfer we had from Treasury to the consumer. Consumer balance sheets were stronger. Everyone under the Sunny wonder House remortgage termed out that debt low rates. Corporate America did the same thing. One place didn't Treasury standrug Amit has been very critical of leadership a Treasury over the last i don't know, five years through that low interest rate period not termin out the debt. What are your thoughts on that? What do you think about that conversation? Yeah, I think they should have done what corporations did. I'm always a big believer, right, you know, borrolong it blocks in, you reduce volatility. And we're having a lot of conversation with clients. Probably a little bit hypothetical at this point, but maybe people are supposed to be under weight treasuries and T bills and way overweight whether it's commercial paper or corporations. That right, if you take a step back and talk about this as being governance, right, the US governance is offer right now in terms of our spending, in terms of we talk about not paying our bills. Right, you look at the large corporation's world. They have good corporate governance, they have global plans. They never once would ever even think about saying, oh, we're not going to pay our debt on time because we don't feel like it. So I think you're supposed to be starting to push really heavily to overweight high quality corporates, maybe in commercial paper, maybe some abs, and move really underweight T bills. So do you foresee a time when Apple can borrow at a lower rate than the US government? You know that ability to break the sovereign ceiling rarely happens, even in emerging markets. I don't think it happens here, but I do think you can see really tight spread compression, especially at the front end of the corporate bond curve. So I like that as a trade. Do you think we get convergence spread compression on governance issues alone? I think that will play a part of it. Yeah. I think the top quality companies have a ton of cash. The liquidity in the bond markets not what it once was, So whatever you have to pay up their own tea bills, maybe you don't. And I think this government issue is going to become a real thought again. If you think about it, why would you lend to someone who talks about not paying your debt because for a long time they've had the privilege of acting recklessly correct talked about this so many times there's been no consequence for it. Why is this time different. I think something we talked about before snapped in the market, and all of a sudden people are really questioning this whole you know, correlation or coalescence of events that have been on the back of everyone's mind. I don't think it cracks this time, certainly, but I think it starts setting us in stage again. I always go back to the Great Financial Crisis. It started breaking in two thousand and six, got fixed, broken in in two thousand and seven, got fixed, broken in in two thousand and seven, got fixed. So I feel now we've started this unwined and unless DC gets its act together, this is going to be Every time it rears its head, it'll get uglier. But it's not this year's story anymore. Pet love it always thoughtful Pitcher. There of academic securities. Lebby Cantrell joints Now managing director had a public policy a pinkel. You're the only one I can do this with. Can you take the election results and you can fold them into a government shutdown which happens in about three cups of coffee? Can you make that exercise happen? Yeah? Well, good morning, and thank you for not asking me a question about orgo. I did I take organic chemistry at school, so thanks thanks for testing me on that. Yeah, so I do think that the read through actually from last night, Tom So thanks thanks for a layup. Here is actually Democrats won a special election in Rhode Island. This was a is a blue race, a blue seat, this is a house seat. That means that they have two hundred and thirteen seats in the House. Republicans, however, only have two hundred and twenty one. They have a special election in Utah in a few weeks. The reason why this actually means this is important from a government shutdown perspective is that means practically that Republicans now can only lose three seats excuse me, three votes in order to pass a funding bill that they need a pass to avoid a shutdown by next Friday. So it just means that the margin of error is much more narrow for Republicans. Speaker Johnson was already needing to thread a needle, if you will, and that a needle point has just gotten even more narrow from the result from last night and threading the needle. What will moderate Republicans do? I don't have it in front of me, but I'm going to suggest on Long Island east of New York City, the Republicans had a good night. What are the moderate I guess the former president would say, Republicans in name only. How do they adapt an adjust off the selection? Yeah, I think that what we learned last night is that the abortion rights still very much resonate. That was obviously a takeaway from the twenty two, twenty twenty two midterms, where abortion really emboldened turnout. It shows last night that this really is very much an issue, especially when it is on the ballot. Now, I think for twenty twenty four, many of these folks, particularly in those districts Tom that you mentioned, where there are you know, Republicans who are defending Biden districts. The Democrats will make this an issue. You're going to hear a lot about abortion rights over the next year because of the results of last night, just sort of underscoring that this clearly is a resident voting issue for voters. So in terms of the government shutdown, what does that make those moderate Republicans do They are voting in lockstep here. They really are trying to give Speaker Johnson, you know, the benefit of the doubt. I think that will continue. I think the big question for markets is, though, is that enough can they actually avoid a shutdown If they pass a partisan bill, Tom, we will see a shutdown next Friday. So again kind of an open question of how this all resolves. But as of now, it looks like they are voting in a partisan way, which means that shutdown risk is you know, I think is increased over the last week or so. Do markets care though, I mean, as a shutdown basically, okay, they're going to do it for twenty four hours for effect and then we'll move on. Yeah, least, I think that's that's that's that's the real the real issue. If it is a temporary shutdown, no, this will just be more DC noise. If it's a longer, more prolonged shutdown, it does become I mean, the economic impacts of you know, lots of federal workers being furloughed not actually collecting a paycheck could matter. And also, you know, the data matters, right. If we don't get data from the Department of Labor, for instance, that makes the Fed's job, you know, a little bit a little bit harder. And we can also see, you know that this term premium that you all been talking about, we could see you know, some of the yields back up again as well on account of this. So I think you're right. If it's a short term shutdown, no, the markets probably don't care. If it's longer term, however, you know, it may it may weigh on you know. Again, I just sort of the confidence around sort of the political apparatus in Washington, d C. Just shifting from last night's elections to what we're expecting next year, a presidential election. How much of a certainty do you think that it is that we're going to President Biden versus former President Trump. How much will tonight's debate really color that discussion about potential other running candidates for the Republican Party in particular. Yeah, so, I think what we've been messaging to client Lisa is with high conviction President Biden will be the nominee for the Democratic Party. This idea that he is going to drop out, that Governor Newsom, for instance, may jump into the race, it just is not It's just not realistic at this point. Nor is there any indication from the Biden camp that he has any interest in dropping out or any intention of dropping out. So he will be the Democratic nominee again, you know, excluding or assuming there's no sort of exident health issue or what have you. On the Republican side, I President Trump obviously has an incredibly formidable lead in the polls, but this is actually a really important point. He his campaign is much more organized, i think by his own emission, than it was in twenty sixteen, and they have been systematic changing the delegate rules in the states in terms of how the state primaries allocate delegates to his benefit. So not only does he have this formidable lead in the polls, but he's also sort of changed the kind of the machinations behind the scenes in terms of how these delegates are allocated, and of course getting the nominations just a delegate game, So the fact that he's been changing these rules is to his benefit as well. So, I mean a lot would have to happen, I think tonight and over the next two months. Now. I think what we can show from even last night that voting behavior is the most important thing to look at and polls are not always right, and so particularly in Iowa and New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina. Those are the four the first contests, Lisa, and how we're guiding our clients is if Trump wins all of those, then he very likely is going to be the nominee. However, if there's somebody can test one of those that it could be easily become a two person race. But again sort of remains to be seen. In terms of tonight, it's really a race for number two DeSantis between and Haley. Yeah, I think we will see it be pretty pretty nasty and pretty ugly tonight. I'm looking forward to that debt a little bit. Nice Levie, thank you going to catch out you're one of the best. You're going to catch with a pimcot the vix at fourteen point eighty four. That is a Dana Ives market you, Senior Equity Research Channal web Bush. You refuses to talk to us when Apple learnings come out. We only get them to pick up the debris and we can tell for those of you on radio, you can understand these long Lily Pulitzer as well. This morning. Great, Look, Dan, I want to talk about your two forty call on Apple. You're not lonely. There's a few other people out there with dana Ives optimism on Apple. When I saw those margins and a company managing for profit not revenue growth, can you raise your two forty estimate? Yeah? Look, I think this is just the beginning of the next fees of the Apple store. You look at margins that are historical. You look what's happening on services now mid teen growth, and I despite the haters continuing to hate, is growing even when you take out currency and you it's even growing more asps the China iPhone demise story is a fictional Netflix story, and in my opinion, this is just the start of what I ultimately view is at three and a half to four trillion dollar market. So slow day, we got to make some news here. Can you pop from two forty up to two fifty this morning for us? Look, I believe that I believe are the best case or the bowld case is probably closer to to seventy five as this all plays out, because also now you don't have AI in those numbers. This is just the get out the popcorn moment for when Apple ultimately I believe, over the next year, introduces the AI app Store, and that's just going to be you know, ultimately from a services perspective, that could be an incremental five to ten fifteen millions. You made a couple of statements, so let's stroke down on them. We can do that. Your friends, you talked about growth at the iPhone. What growth are you talking about? So if you unit growth, units are growing into the December quarter, you also if you take out currency, which is a headwind, you have basically mid single digit growth. You've been talking about a massive boom of people upgrading. I guess my questions you dan to be polite about it. Have you been right for the wrong reasons on the stock to acknowledge that? I would say that ultimately, if you look at this, what I've used a mini supercycle that's playing out. The ASP stories played out, and I think our biggest call has been China. Despite many yelling fire in a crowd theater, the China growth is actually increasing, not decreasing. But they had a down quarter right in China. Well, if you look at China, Meanli in China was actually a record for the September quarter. When you look at the overall, you know, as Keen talks about the initial reaction after sure iPads, max that and three dollars get your cup of coffee, I'm focused on iPhones where units were up in China. Well, I'm struggling with that. And you'll appreciate this. If you came on today and say margins it better they are. I'm with you, Okay, Margins are great service revenues where the growth is that deserves a high multiple. I understand that maybe you can make the case for why the stock is high this year based on those things. When you say things like iPhone supercycles, when we've had no growth for four quarters in the company, that's where I struggle. Can you have the understanding this? So it's dissect that first. When you're thinking about the card five six hundred BIPs f X headwinds, that is actually underlying growth that you're seeing an iPhone units. Just to steady state it. I also believe our whole view of the iPhone cycle is really going to be over the next three, four or five quarters. That's where you're going to have these upgrades that actually come through. I'm not saying that you don't have some maybe share minor share of Watses on the sort of mid tier, but in terms of high end as a utility, this essentially is going to be a mid to high single digit growth on iPhone, and when you start to run that through, that could be an incremental one two three dollars earnings As you look out next two three years. There's a lot of growth already baked into valuation, and a big piece of valuation is where the buyers are going to come from. And you've been traveling around the world trying to hold everyone's hand and convince them that there is still value in big tech. How much do the losses of other areas of the tech like sphere and I'm thinking of Masioshi's Sun and the more than eleven billion dollars loss on we work. How much does that play into a little ambivalence about buying the story right now. Look, I think you're definitely having winners and losers in terms of this just broader economy, and I think in terms of the Magnificent seven. In terms of big tech, I think the strong gets stronger. But he said, to my point, you know, being an easier for a few weeks, and in Europe, you know, it's very easy to sit there here in New York on your tenth floor spreadsheet being negative on Apple. What I see out in the world is a much different environment in terms of the growth that happening. And I believe tech to your point, you're going to see the strong continuing to dominate. And I think in terms of AI, we are just in the early stages of monetization. I think that's a big thing in this tech ball market. Microsoft saw it in terms of AI, you're starting now see monization data dog that's a Hall of Fame quarter in terms of what we saw there, pallenteer the messy of AI, and I believe ultimately right now the AI gold rush is actually starting. That sounds lovely on that side. On the side of how much we're paying for price monetization and monetization of AI, am looking at Apple plus in sort of the amount that though that's increased, are we going to be paying six hundred dollars a month to Apple for all of our various services? Look, I think over in there, But to your point, I think over the next year or two, I think the average Apple user is going to start to definitely increase what they're paying Apple on the services because ultimately, as it goes out, the A I technology that's gonna be in fitness health in the app store, that's just going to give them just another added growth to the monization of Coupertino. And I think part of why the stocks reacted, you know, despite you know many I think being very negative initially, as it's come through, you know, to Pharaoh's point, iPhone, you're now starting to see grow services mid teen growth margins. This is just another you know, flex and muscles moment. And I think that's on a sum of the parts, how this is a stock that Ultimate is gonna be a four trillion dollar markup by twenty twenty five. Just picking up on penalty the messy of Ai. Why why are they the messy of Ais? Because I believe they are the pures play AI name in the market period. And and look, Palenteer is one where you know, many have been negative on that story for a number of different reasons. But I think what you're seeing now happen is that they've actually parlayd enterprise success and you're seeing the use cases explode. I believe Palteerman twenty five is are a base case, but that is the golden child of AIS. I'm gonna make some news any day now. Do I see another massive, mega billion dollar Apple debt offering. Look, I think that's something that you know clearly, you know could be on the table. I think the bigger thing for Apple is I think they're finally going to look at M and A, and we've talked about I think we got to extend the in They're gonna buy Disney by by the week. I believe ESPN is the asset that Ultimate by Okay, you but for that, I think thirty five to forty billion in terms of what bates transaction, but it could not beats three and a half billion. But also it goes back to the MLS deal that was I think where the light bulb went off in terms of live streaming sports. I think ESPN is a unique ass And look right now, you look at the top of this mound, it's Nodella, it's cook, you know, it's You're really starting to see ultimately more of an opportunity where they could go on the offensive ratherland defense. Okay, it's good to see you. Thank you, buddy Dennice of web Bush. It's joining us to talk about just how bad of a time this is for this to hit. Alexander Goldfarb, Senior Research and Analystic Piper Sandler. I want to start there, Alexander. There've been talks discussions around the number of leases that we work is going to abandon. Is the pressure on commercial real estate office space in particular in New York is it overstated right now or understated? Well, good morning Lisa and Tom, and thank you for having me on you know here at Piper Sandler. When we look at what is going on in office, it's it's eerily similar to what happened with malls. You know, over the past decade. If you recall, everyone pre pandemic thought every single mall going to close because everyone was going to shop online, and in fact what happened is the dominant malls like the Roosevelt Fields or Houston Gallerias continue to excel and lesser malls fall away. The same thing is with office. So if you look at we Work, which we don't cover we Work, but if you look at some of the fallout out in San Francisco, they rejected a bunch of leases. They did not reject one lease from Boston properties. When you look in San Francisco, when you look in New York, you know, companies like s Green Bornado have zero exposure now to WE Work because they exited those we Work leases over the past number of years, and even Boston properties only as one percent. So when you look at the fallout that's going to happen, and you look at the major reats and especially the ones that we cover here at Piper Sandler, the impact is negligible. And what's really interesting is when you look at office, especially here in New York, it's gravitating around Grand Central, and actually you're seeing rents increase on Park Avenue. So just like MAUL, the dominant office will survive the lesser the generic office. That's where the trouble is. So are you saying right now that the prices have baked in a lot of that trouble or that people just haven't been discerning enough to understand the winners versus the losers. Absolutely. If you speak to the brokerage community like Newmark, they are starting, They and Cushman and the other brokerage companies are starting to discern the difference between top tier versus generic, Class A, class B, etc. So when you look at what tenants want today, tenants want, you know, great space with a lot of amenities, convenient, convenient for commuters, and they want a landlord who has the capital wherewithal to invest in the properties. And let's face it, the brokers want to get paid a commission and you're seeing that fallout. It's no different than we've seen in retail. So again I use the mall example, Simon Property Group, you know with their billion dollars a year from task, so tenants know that they can be there the same as happening in reats with companies like sl Green. That's right where I wanted to go, Alexander, you are reading my mind. What is David Simon going to do with this folks? Simon Property Group Indianapolis three thousand employees. What is the guy from Indiana University can do? He's seen this before we come down. But my history is fresh money always comes in. When does the fresh money click in? If transaction to transaction, I'm down forty percent. Well, you are speaking David's mind. He loves cash flow. So since IPO, the company's paid out thirty nine billion in dividends, and the reason they've done that is by investing shrewdly. So when you look right now, he's very focused on investing in his malls. So apart from the Tallman acquisition, which was structured before the pandemic, he hasn't bought anything on the outside. His focus has been investing in the malls like out in Northgate and Sea out Of where they're converting it into a hockey arena, or Houston Gallera where they're adding office and apartments, etc. So that's where he's focused. But let's face it, given the challenges away from Simon. He can pick and choose. But if you look, he's making a ton of money out of his portfolio, which people forget is actually small. It's only one hundred and twenty malls and only two hundred or so domestic properties in total. So he's a large company but with a small powerhouse portfolio, right, Ben Alison, I got to make some headlines here. We're in the business and news, Alexander. There's blood on the streets. We see it in New York, and I get it. New York's its own little weird place, but there's all across the nation real estate blood on the streets. Are you saying your world of reats back to when you were at Lehman, your world of reads? Is it now a screaming by because of all the agony Lisa was just framing, So it's not a screaming buy in the sense that interest rates are high. Right, we have a tenure that was approaching five percent and it's now backed off a little. But certainly the financing market, which as you guys have reported, is basically shut down, right, CNBS market is tough. You walk into a bank and try to get a construction loan, they'll call the cops on you. They're like, we don't do that right now. Right, So lending is very tough. The transaction market is almost on ice because of the widespread what's interesting people missing? Tom, You're like my first boss at Liam and David Shulman. You've been around a number of decades. Real estate right now is benefiting from a phenomena that it has not had in a long long time, which is low supply because nothing new is getting built, and low vacancy. That combination is really powerful. And you started the show by saying, how is the credit going to get worked out? Again? As you as we've spoken before, back in the GFC, everyone was panicked about the CNBS. No one can tell you where the benchmark GG ten? What happened to that famous twenty two thousand and seven feel right, stuff gets worked out, Obviously there will be pain, there will be blood, for sure. But if you look at real estate's biggest benefit right now, it's that lack of supply and low vocacy. That's a huge positive that is underappreciated by the market. Just about thirty seconds. What happens if there's for selling, akin to re work, so we work is a tenant, so you don't really have force selling from that. But to be clear, banks where everyone's focused on, they're not in the business a running real estate, right. So as long as it's a good asset with a good sponsor, they're going to work out some deal. Because, as the old adage goes, a rolling loan collects no loss. That said, there's clearly going to be assets that will go back to the lenders. And those are the assets where the economics don't exist. That's the stuff to worry about. But the big properties like the three ninety nine Parks, the one Vanderbilts, those big centers or are going to be fine. And again, when you look at where the value in real estate is, it's a crewing at the top. But you're right there will be blood, and the blood it's going to be generic assets. Alexander Brilliant, Alexander Goldfire years of work at Piper Sandler now on real estate investment trust. Subscribe to the Bloomberg Surveillance podcast on Apple, Spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Listen live every weekday starting at seven am Eastern. I'm Bloomberg dot com, the iHeartRadio app. Tune in and the Bloomberg Business App. You can watch us live on Bloomberg Television and always on the Bloomberg Terminal. Thanks for listening. 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Nie wiem czy wiecie, ale George Lucas żałował tego, że Darth Maul tak szybko zginął w Epizodzie 1 i chciał przywrócić tę postać do życia już w Zemście Sithów. Zrezygnował z tego pomysłu jednak i dopiero Clone Wars i Rebelas odpowiednio rozbudowały rolę tego Sitha i przywróciły go do życia. Zapraszam na filmik o wskrzeszeniu Maula przez Lucasa i tradycyjnie życzę, aby Moc była z Wami! ZERKNIJ NA LINKI: ► https://discord.gg/UbKYs9Z - DISCORD! ► instagram.com/swossus/ - INSTAGRAM! ► http://ossus.pl/ - Biblioteka OSSUS! ► https://www.facebook.com/groups/rycerzeossusa/ - grupa na FB Rycerze OSSUSA
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Im Herbst 1723 entdeckt Bach als neuer Thomaskantor in Leipzig, dass auch eine klein besetzte Kammerkantate mit minimalem Vokal- und Instrumentalaufwand sehr ausdrucksvoll die Botschaft des Evangeliums verkünden kann.
Die Zuschauer haben sich noch nicht ganz vom Trash-TV-Eklat des Jahres erholt, da ist neuer Zoff schon vorprogrammiert. Denn Alleskönner Serkan zieht, ganz zum Leidwesen seines Erzfeindes Aleks, mit seiner Frau Samira ins "Sommerhaus" ein. Serkan habe den Muskeln-im-Spiegel-Beobachter angeblich "öffentlich bloßgestellt", so der Vorwurf - natürlich wie immer auf Instagram, jener Plattform, auf der sich alles abzuspielen scheint, was für Influencer wichtig ist.Aleks will Serkan "das Maul stopfen", Maurice und seine "Perle" haben arge Beziehungsprobleme und das bei den Zuschauern so beliebte Spiel "Einparken" bringt vor allem Tim Toupet zur Weißglut. Seine "Caaaarina" kann scheinbar "gar nichts", nicht einmal ihren im Spiel "blinden" Partner anweisen, ob er das Lenkrad links oder rechts einschlagen soll.In dieser Episode des ntv-Podcasts "Ditt & Datt & Dittrich" spricht Verena mit Doris Büld. Die "bessere Hälfte" von Mario Basler war im vergangenen Jahr gemeinsam mit dem Fußballstar im "Sommerhaus der Stars". Die beiden waren absolute Zuschauer-Lieblinge.Neben der Analyse der siebten "Sommerhaus"-Folge gewährt Doris teils brisante Einblicke hinter die Kulissen und lüftet das Geheimnis darüber, wie es ihr gelang, gewisse Luxusartikel heimlich an der Produktion vorbei ins Haus zu schmuggeln. Vorhang auf für eine Insiderin, die genau weiß, was sich in Bocholt abspielt!Ihr habt Fragen oder ein spannendes Thema für "Ditt & Datt & Dittrich"? Hier geht's zu Verena.Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.
Nur dreisätzig ist diese feierliche Choralkantate, die Bach in den frühen 1730er Jahren geschrieben hat. Einen konkreten Anlass kennen wir nicht, aber das Reformationsfest ist sicher ein heißer Kandidat.
Bryan and Holly got together to talk about their favorite scary moments across all of Star Wars, from books and movies, to TV shows and comics, they talk about all the spookiest moments and episodes, perfect for your spooky Halloween holiday.
Atemberaubend, wie Bach in dieser Kantate einen fiktiven Dialog zwischen dem Zweifel und dem Glauben musikalisch umsetzt. Und am Schluss gibt es überraschenderweise einen verkappten Eingangschor.
Bri breaks down Week 8 in CFB (Harrison is a stud for the Buckeyes while UNC gets upset by UVA) and Week 7 in NFL (Jags win on Thursday night, Pats shock Bills, Ravens maul Lions, Packers may need to draft a QB and Eagles outclass Dolphins.)
Leute, diesmal war es ein klassisches Sandwich. Vorne mussten wir unbedingt noch mal über Beckham sprechen, dem wir gewissermaßen auf den Leim gegangen sind, gleich ordentlich Honig ums Maul. Mit so viel Sticky Stuff, da war selbst Micky baff. Nun ja, also haben wir uns doch noch mal ernüchternd erinnert, an die Koffer aus Katar, an das Millionengesicht der Blut-WM. Danach aber ging es hinein, in die Liga. Gleich mal nach Köpenick, wo gerade sehr viel Realität ist und sehr wenig Märchen. Und wo noch einmal eindrücklich zu besichtigen war, wie sich die Verhältnisse innerhalb eines halben Jahres verkehrt haben, weil Union plötzlich Stuttgart ist und Stuttgart plötzlich Union. Und der Fischer eher Packungsbeilage als Weltalmanach, während sich sein Gegenüber als Trainer so sehr entwickelt hat, dass er es sich leisten konnte, 70 Minuten für den Afrika-Cup zu üben. Und, ja, Undav ist der Welten Lohn! Im Westen, einen Tag später, war dann mal wieder Rhein-Derby. Und weil die Effzeh-Offensive den Prinzen im Ohr und damit den Schalk im Nacken hatte, wurde dort tatsächlich der Bock umgestoßen. Schlecht für Hennes, gut für Steffen. Und auf Gladbacher Seite durfte Julian Weigl mal wieder sein rhetorisches Talent unter Beweis stellen. Irgendwo zwischen Fake Love und Abfuck, zwischen lahmenden Fohlen und lähmenden Fehlern. Da es in diesen Tagen aber durchaus größere Probleme gibt als den Strömungsabriss am Niederrhein, mussten wir hintenraus noch mal einen Blick auf die Bayern werfen, die ja am Wochenende mal wieder mit Watte geworfen und damit wie erwartet geliefert hatten. Mit einem Papier, das nicht mal das Papier wert war, und nicht nur vom Zentralrat kritisiert, sondern auch von Stefan Effenberg, dem Tiger, in der immer sehr heißen Luft des Doppelpasses zerrissen wurde. So gab es die angemessenen Watschn, von allen Seiten. Was uns natürlich gefällt, auch wenn wir an dieser Stelle versichern wollen, dass wir friedliebende Menschen sind. Und es selbstverständlich schon einmal vorab bedauern, wenn diese Folge zu Irritationen führen sollte. Naja. In diesem Sinne: Viel Spaß!
This episode of Force Toast was recorded during the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike. The projects discussed in this episode would not exist were it not for the hard work of the actors currently on strike. We stand in solidarity with the guild's fight for higher compensation from streaming and protections against the encroachment of artificial intelligence. Support striking actors here and here.In Episode 106, hosts Alyce and Laura just want* to talk about Star Wars. They DON'T want to hear about a man's farm!Adventures in apartment living Hop on board the Caravan of Corrections/Rabbithole for a lesson in Star Wars history and politics: the galactic capital Alyce is feeling salty (in the best way) as we discuss missed opportunities in Star Wars storytelling (via Screenrant)Sometimes when characters die, they're just joking. If Palpatine and Ahsoka and the Grand Inquisitor and Maul and Reva and Boba Fett and Cobb Vanth and Fennec Shand and Rey can SOMEHOW survive, why not Cad Bane? Internet hacks, courtesy of the host of this podcast that doesn't work in techSpeculate for fun and then be like Elsa: LET. IT. GO.A new young adult novel came out and we completely missed that news? (via starwars.com)In today's Annoying Dude Stuff segment: deranged director Matthew Vaughn wants to reboot the OT (via Happy Sad Confused)Highlights from the publishing panel at NYCCFrom Starcruiser to star snoozer: sunsetting the Star Wars Hotel For The 1%Mynock, mynock, mynock, mynockHelpful links referenced in this episode:Rocha, Smets and Laura discussed the recent Screenrant article on 10 missed opportunities in Star Wars storytelling! Check out the October 21st episode of The Jedi Way hereTwitter: @forcetoastpod | @sLeiaAllDay | @ShutUp_LauraInstagram: @forcetoastpodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: forcetoastpod.com*This podcast contains a sh!t ton of profanity and boozin. You can find a bleeped version of this podcast absolutely nowhere. Cheers!
Diese Dialog-Kantate ist die schönste Hochzeitsmusik, die Bach komponiert hat, inklusive eines "Kuss-Duetts" und eines bezaubernden "musikalischen Selfies".
Juan David Betancurelnarrodororal@gmail.comHabía una vez en una de lo que hoy conocemos como Oceanía, un hombre llamado Maul que significa roto. Este hombre se debía a que tenía un aspecto inusual. Tenía la cara torcida, la espalda doblada por una pronunciada joroba y en su caminar rengueaba de una de sus piernas, lo que lo hacia más notorio. Pero Maui era un hombre poderoso. Nadie en aquellas islas tenia los poderes mágicos que el tenia, ni tenía la aguda inteligencia que el demostraba, ni las habilidades de pesca que tenía. Por aquellas épocas sucedió que el sol deseando castigar a los hombres comenzó a caminar muy rápido por la bóveda celeste y así cuando salía los hombres no tenían tiempo siquiera de desperezarse y salir a trabajar ya que el sol pasaba tan rápido que la oscuridad volvía a surgir. Desesperados los habitantes de la isla recurrieron a Maul, quien preparo sus redes y subiendo a una alta montaña las lanzo sobre el sol y lo atrapo. Luego lo trajo a tierra y lo castigo de tal manera que este accedió a cruzar el firmamento de nuevo a paso normal para darle tiempo a los hombre de levantarse, ir a trabajar y volver a la casa. Debido a esto el sol ya ilumina de forma regular las tierras de Oceanía. Maui tenía un hermano llamado Kuri que era a diferencia de Maul muy buen mozo y atractivo: En la isla todas las mujeres se enamoraban de él. Maul, En cambio, a pesar de todos sus poderes y todas sus habilidades no tenia ninguna suerte con las mujeres jóvenes de la isla. Pero con el tiempo una hermosa doncella llamada Hina se fijo en Maul y este encantado le propuso vivir juntos en su cabaña cerca del mar. Enamorado de Hina, Maul salía todas las noches a pescar y debido a sus habilidades siempre traía los pescados más grandes, gordos y deliciosos, para delicia de el y su mujer Hina. Hina por su parte se volvió una experta cocinando los pescados y siempre ofrecía suculentos banquetes a su marido Maul. Pero sucedió que Kuri el hermano de Maul, comenzó a visitar a la pareja atraído inicialmente por la dotes culinarias de Hina y luego atraído por la belleza de Hina. Kuri aprovechaba que Maul salía a pescar y con cualquier excusa pasaba por la casa de la pareja y comenzó a cortejar Hina. La presencia física de Kuri, en contraste con la figura maltrecha de maul, llevo a que Hina se fijara en Kuri y ambos comenzaron a tener una aventura a espaldas de su marido y hermano. Hina, enamorada de Kuri, comenzó a ocultar los mejores pescados para preparárselos por la noche a su amante y cuñado y Maul solo recibía los pescados más pequeños en su racion de comida. Maul comenzó a sospechar que Hina le estaba dando los pescados más pequeños y con mayor espinas Y le hizo el reclamo. Hina solamente le contestaba que así eran los pescados y que ella solo los cocinaba para el. Maul, inteligente y habilidoso como era, comenzó a marcar los pescados que recogía durante la noche y buscaba sus marcas al día siguiente cuando Hina se los daba. Noto que muy pocos de los pescados marcados llegaban a su plato y decidio establecer una trampa para su esposa. Muy enojado y triste, pensó en la forma de descubrir el misterio. Aquella noche, antes de salir a pescar le dijo a su mujer. -No me esperes. Hoy he observado un gran número de peces nadando afuera de la isla, Pasare toda la noche en el caladero y de allí traeré numerosos pescados. No volveré sino hasta que salga el sol de nuevo por la mañana. Maui se embarcó en su canoa como siempre y comenzó a remar mar adentro, cuando sabía que ya Hina no lo podía ver se dio media vuelta y regreso a la costa cubierto por la oscuridad de la noche. Cuando se acercó a su casa, vio lo que se estaba imaginando. Su mujer reía y cantaba
In 1811 a series of brutal murders on the Ratcliffe Highway in the east end of London shook the locals to the very core with their unrivalled brutality and seemingly random, everyday targets. The murders exposed a fear in the city that had been bubbling away beneath the surface for several years and made some of the first inroads into the long debate over the reform of the way the police operated throughout the country. Considered as the crime of the century and unparallelled in the fear and panic it provoked amongst the population of the city, it was only overshadowed by a group of five murders in Whitechapel during the summer and autumn of 1888, attributed to the elusive and infamous Jack the Ripper. SOURCES Flanders, Judith (2011) The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Created Modern Crime. Harper Press, London, UK James, P.D. & Critchley, T.A. (2010) The Maul and The Pear Tree. Faber & Faber, London, UK. Phillips, Watts (1855) The Wild Tribes of London. Ward & Lock, London, UK. King, Peter (2010) The Impact of Urbanization on Murder Rates and on the Geography of Homicide in England and Wales, 1780-1850. The Historical Journal, Vol. 53, No. 3 (SEPTEMBER 2010), pp. 671-698, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Morning Chronicle (1811) Horrid And Unparalleled Murders. Mon 9 Dec, 1811, p3. London, UK. Morning Chronicle (1811) Depositions Before The Magistrates. Sat 21 Dec, 1811, p3. London, UK Morning Post (1811) The Late Horrible Murders. Wed 25 Dec, 1811, p3, London, UK. ------- This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp, check out betterhelp.com/darkhistories to get 10% off your first month. ------- For almost anything, head over to the podcasts hub at darkhistories.com Support the show by using our link when you sign up to Audible: http://audibletrial.com/darkhistories or visit our Patreon for bonus episodes and Early Access: https://www.patreon.com/darkhistories The Dark Histories books are available to buy here: http://author.to/darkhistories Dark Histories merch is available here: https://bit.ly/3GChjk9 Connect with us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/darkhistoriespodcast Or find us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/darkhistories & Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dark_histories/ Or you can contact us directly via email at email@example.com or join our Discord community: https://discord.gg/cmGcBFf The Dark Histories Butterfly was drawn by Courtney, who you can find on Instagram @bewildereye Music was recorded by me © Ben Cutmore 2017 Other Outro music was Paul Whiteman & his orchestra with Mildred Bailey - All of me (1931). It's out of copyright now, but if you're interested, that was that.
Bryan and Holly dove into the Ultimate Star Wars Cookbook by Jenn Fujikawa and Marc Sumerak. Holly talks about the recipes she's cooked, Bryan talks about the story elements to the recipes, and they both talk about how much richer this makes the Star Wars universe.
Als "rundeste" unter allen Solokantaten Bachs bezeichnet Michael Maul die "Kreuzstabkantate". Ein anrührendes und zugleich nachdenklich machendes Stück, das Bach im Herbst 1726 komponiert hat.
Der böse Wolf ist mehr als ein kultureller Topos - die Rückkehr von Wildtieren nach Deutschland sorgt immer wieder für Aufregung. Dabei sind auch Fake News über vermeintlich gefährliche Wolfshybriden im Umlauf. Was ist dran an menschlichen Ängsten? Was sind "Problemwölfe" eigentlich, und würde mehr Jagd das Problem der Schäfer überhaupt lösen? Die Wissenschaftsjournalistin und Tiermedizinerin Karin Elli Lason hat die Perspektive wieder eingewanderter Wildtiere wie Wolf, Elch und Wisent recherchiert. Welches Habitat brauchen sie? Was bringen sie dem Ökosystem? Birgt ihre Rückkehr auch Gefahren wie Unfälle und Zoonosen? Im Gespräch mit Host Lucie Kluth erklärt sie, was "Umbrella Species" sind, warum der Mensch sich auch manchmal ans Wildschwein anpassen muss und wie kreativ Forschende in Skandinavien bei der Prävention von Wildtierunfällen sind. Und: Sie hat sich von Genetikern erklären lassen, wie die Pathologie falsche Fährten in populistischer Anti-Wolfs-Propaganda entlarven kann. 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