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Daily Rosary
October 15, 2021, Memorial of St. Teresa of Jesus, Holy Rosary (Sorrowful Mysteries)

Daily Rosary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 30:47


[Comment: God Alone Suffices] Friends of the Rosary: Today is the Memorial Day of St. Teresa of Jesus, also known as St. Teresa of Avila, the sixteenth-century Spanish mystic and Doctor of the Church, founder of the Carmelite Discalced order, and author of three classic spiritual books — that are available online for free: The Life of St. Teresa of Jesus, Interior Castle, and Way of Perfection. With the help of St. John of the Cross, she reformed most of the Carmelite convents and founded new ones. Teresa of Avila achieved the highest degree of prayer and through prayer obtained an amazing knowledge of divine things and reached a mystical union with God. St. Teresa composed these well-known lines, which we can use as simple prayer to calm our nerves: Let nothing disturb you. Let nothing frighten you. All is passing. God ever remains. Patience obtains all. Whoever possesses. God cannot lack anything. God alone suffices. Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! St. Teresa of Avila, Pray for Us! + Mikel A. | TheRosaryNetwork.org, New York —- • Watch this Rosary Live. Every day at 7:30 PM ET or at any time on-demand. Please share it! • Free Online Video Course: Essential Questions on the Rosary

the Millennial Throwback Machine
Episode 154 Part One: Roger Miller

the Millennial Throwback Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 32:40


this week we will be diving into a REALLY great song about something universally relatable not just to baby boomers but to young people as well, and to be honest with you, you might not know this one, because It didn't get very high up on the charts and you don't really hear it too much on the radio today, but I will promise you you will love it, and it's actually the POLAR opposite of last week's song. it's also a very intimate chill/acoustic folky country kind of a song but trust me, it's great. next week will talk about the history behind this song and the story behind it plus some behind the scenes information behind the recording session for this song plus the history behind this artist as well. here's the link to this week's song just in case you wanted to listen to it:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_QtrX7p0TAYou can also follow me on Instagram right here:https://www.instagram.com/iheartoldies/Please do check out more of my original music right here:https://www.samwilliamsmusic.netWould love it if you could also check out my EP that I put out this year over Memorial Day weekend, I would love it if you could let me know whatcha think of it, please do that by emailing me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/samlwilliams/turquoise-apricotPlease do also check out the two interviews I did this year with Honk Magazine and ShoutoutLA. would love it if you could read these and let me know whatcha think of them and also, if reading these inspires you to want to meet me in person if you are based in LA and would like to meet me face to face, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://honkmagazine.com/sam-l-williams-talks-about-his-career-path-influence-and-new-music/https://shoutoutla.com/meet-sam-l-williams-musician-songwriter-podcast-host/Please do also check out the Official Spotify and Youtube Playlists for this podcast. here you'll be able to find all of the songs that I have talked about on my podcast so far including some of the ones that I have mentioned in interview episodes of this podcast. if you listened to these playlists and it gives you some ideas for songs I should talk about next on my podcast that I haven't yet, please email those ideas to me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/21f3uBS6kU4hUF6QAC5JMjhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CS1sYR7xky8&list=PL66sgq_GAmRcXy8yKZJfVmAD14HUYj7NfDon't forget to also check out the music video that I shot this year for one of the songs that came out for the EP that I put out over Memorial day weekend, would love it if you could watch it and let me know whatcha think of it. you can do that by emailing me at samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTbmSoW6RyYPlease do also check out the official Redbubble Merch store for this podcast. here you'll be able to find these super cool merchandise items attached with my own custom logo for this podcast. you can also find my new EP merch that is also here as well. would love it if you could check those out and let me know whatcha think of that graphic and those items as well. you can do that by emailing me at samltwilli@cloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://www.redbubble.com/people/60ssam95/works/36806158-keep-things-groovy?asc=u&ref=recent-ownerhttps://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/88967481If you liked my analysis on this week's song and you fell in love with it and you want to learn more about this artist and you have never heard of them before and your a millennial, please feel free to reach out to me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies.

National Day Calendar
October 11, 2021 – National Kick Butt Day | General Pulaski Memorial Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 2:30


Einstein Said, "You Never Fail Until You Quit Trying." Turns Out He Was In Good Company. Welcome to October 11, 2021 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate kicking butt and an uncommon hero.  If you're running low on motivation these days, you're not alone.  Most of us think that successful people have some extra luck, but the truth is, they're just people who pushed past the failure.  Milton Hershey worked in a candy factory, but when he tried to make it on his own he failed - three times, before returning to the family farm. That didn't stop him from perfecting the recipe for milk chocolate.  Ben Franklin dropped out of elementary school.  Stephen King's first novel was rejected 30 times. And no one took Michael Jordan's dream seriously as a kid because he was short!  If you're feeling like a failure these days, you're in some very good company!  On National Kick Butt Day, get past the excuses and go kick some butt! Many brave Americans fought in the Revolutionary War, but the colonists did not fight alone.  Other European nations, who were not fond of the British, were willing to lend a helping hand.  One of the most prominent was Polish General Casimir Pulaski.  After being exiled from his homeland, where he fought against the Russian army, Pulaski made his way to Paris.  Here Benjamin Franklin recruited him for the war against Great Britain.  He became one of General Washington's most valuable field commanders and went on to win key battles for the Continental Army.  Pulaski saved hundreds of troops before he was fatally wounded in Savannah, Georgia. On General Pulaski Memorial Day, we celebrate the hero who stepped up for a country that wasn't even his own.   I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson.  Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day.

Arroe Collins
Renee Taylor From The Movie Tango Shalom

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 21:11


Tango Shalom was directed by Gabriel Bologna, son of Renée Taylor and the late Joseph Bologna. The cast includes Golden Globe Nominee Lainie Kazan (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Oscar and Emmy Award-winner Renée Taylor (Adam Sandler's The Do Over, The Producers, The Nanny), Karina Smirnoff (Dancing With The Stars), Joseph Bologna (My Favorite Year, Blame It On Rio, Big Daddy, Lovers and Other Strangers), Jos Laniado Claudio Laniado (Mudbound), Bern Cohen (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), and Judi Beecher (Taken 3, Family is Family, La Garconne). Synopsis: When a female Tango dancer (Smirnoff) asks a Rabbi (Jos Laniado) to enter a dance competition, there's one big problem-due to his Orthodox beliefs, he's not allowed to touch her! Desperately in need of splitting the prize money to save his Hebrew school from bankruptcy, they develop a plan to enter the competition without sacrificing his faith. The bonds of family and community are tested one dazzling dance step at a time in this lighthearted fable. In Los Angeles, the film can be seen at Landmark Theaters on Pico and Town Center 5 in Encino, and September 10 opens at The Laemmle in Newhall. In New York, at AMC Empire 25, The Village East Cinema By Angelika, and also opens on September 10 at The Cobble Hill 5 and Williamsburg Cinemas Brooklyn, Kew Garden 6 Queens, and Malverne 5 and Roslyn 4 on Long Island. Canadian Cinéma Cineplex locations include Forum et VIP - Montreal, Empress Walk - Toronto, and Fifth Avenue Cinemas - Vancouver. Tango Shalom finished its three day weekend engagement better than expected at $20,581, with an astonishing per theater average of $5,145 (second best only to Marvel's Shang-Chi). Tango Shalom also claims bragging rights to the best 2021 exclusive opening, as well having the best PTA, this Memorial Day to Labor Day summer season. Showing daily gross increases this weekend (Saturday +32% from Friday and Sunday +54% from Saturday) boasts to be the number one independent film release this weekend. On Friday, September 10, the interfaith movie that promotes peace, tolerance and inclusion, will expand onto more screens in New York and Los Angeles, and also across Canada in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver with additional screens to be announced soon.

the Millennial Throwback Machine
Episode 153: The Rockin' Rebels

the Millennial Throwback Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 33:52


hey! so I know it's been a while since I uploaded an episode for this podcast, but I wanted to let you guys know I haven't forgotten about you. I experienced some technology problems again recently, as I was without a computer for an entire week, plus I was undecided as to which song I wanted to cover on my podcast next and I was still waiting on potential interview prospects to be scheduled. so I had to take some time off from doing this podcast but I am back and will be uploading episodes on a regular basis now. this week I decided to cover an area of my podcast that I haven't covered in a long time, and that is instrumental songs. so this week is gonna cover an instrumental kind of song that is more reminiscent of instrumental music of the late 50's early 60's, but it's still a good sounding instrumental from that time, and in this episode, I again explain to you exactly what instrumental music is and why you don't hear too much of it in today's world. and I also talk about the origins of this song and why it's so specific to the time period this song was written in. here's the link to this week's song just in case you wanted to listen to it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z49t7c5cRmkYou can also follow me and reach out to me on Instagram right here:https://www.instagram.com/iheartoldies/You can also check out more of my original music right here:https://www.samwilliamsmusic.netPlease do also check out the EP that I put out earlier this year over Memorial Day Weekend. would love it if you could listen to it and let me know whatcha think of it, you can do that by emailing me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/samlwilliams/turquoise-apricotwould also love it if you could read the two interview articles I did this year for Honk Magazine and ShoutoutLA. you can find out a lot about me from these interviews and if you want, if reading these articles inspires you want to meet me in person, please email me so we can arrange that at samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://honkmagazine.com/sam-l-williams-talks-about-his-career-path-influence-and-new-music/https://shoutoutla.com/meet-sam-l-williams-musician-songwriter-podcast-host/also don't forget to check out the Official Spotify and Youtube playlists for this podcast. here you'll be able to find all of the songs that I have talked about so far on my podcast including some of the ones that I have mentioned in interview episodes of this podcast. this should give you a good idea for the kind of music I talk about on my podcast and if you would like to give me some suggestions for songs I should talk about next on my podcast that I haven't yet after listening to these playlists, please feel free to reach out to me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/21f3uBS6kU4hUF6QAC5JMjhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CS1sYR7xky8&list=PL66sgq_GAmRcXy8yKZJfVmAD14HUYj7NfPlease do check out the official Music video for one of my favorite songs off of the EP that I put out over Memorial Day Weekend. would love it if you could let me know whatcha think of it at samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTbmSoW6RyYDon't forget to also check out the Official Redbubble March store for this podcast, where you'll able to find these super cool merchandise items all with my own custom logo for this podcast. if you liked the logo please do let me know whatcha think of it at samltwilli@icloud.com, I would also appreciate any feedback you might have on the prices of each item in the store as well: https://www.redbubble.com/people/60ssam95/works/36806158-keep-things-groovy?asc=u&ref=recent-ownerIf you liked my analysis on this week's song and you found out some cool and interesting things about last week's song & artist and you never knew anything about them before or you don't know too much about this genre of music and you found out a lot of interesting things about it and your a millennial, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies.

The Seven Streams Method

Download Numbers 28-30 We are in the World Stream reading from the International Standard Version. 7streamsmethod.com | @7StreamsMethod | @serenatravis | #7Streams | Donate Commentary by Dr. Drake Travis Lord God, our lives our yours, and we bring our lives to you.  We are the offering that you are really looking for. Amen. 28 -  The ten chapters of 27 - 36 are various offerings that are required to bring before the Lord. First on the list today are the daily offerings.  In today's world we may read about this and muse, "really? God wants this ritual every day?!"  Well what do we do every day? Does all of it make sense? Is it productive? Inspiring? Healthy? Inspiring? We had a neighbor/couple years ago who would make a full size cake and eat the whole thing every day - just the two of them...this happened seven days a week, 'wouldn't miss it without a panic. People walk their dog every day. A woman in our church years ago wouldn't miss this daytime show for anything.  It was mindless, unedifying, the host was vehemently anti-Christian and joked about it. It's such a waste, but the show's funny (I guess) so it was her daily hour long routine. She did it as religiously as she would pray for 16 seconds before her double breakfast every morning.. People check facebook three times an hour every day,  My husband had a guy on his hall in college who drank 15 cups of coffee every day - not making this up!. Take away his coffee and he was a crazed depressed soul. 'Kind of sad isn't it? [And he was a minister-in-training.]  What do we do daily without fail? Well God wants us to come to Him daily, to offer ourselves daily, to remember Him daily, to live for Him daily, to worship Him daily, to embrace Him daily v.s. our selves and our possessions.  This daily offering remedied all the misgivings that surely yet unwittingly takeover the lives of everyone who will not come to Him daily and make their offerings.  And to remain focused upon God continually there were the Sabbath offerings each week, the monthly offerings, the annual offerings, the offerings for the week following Passover, and also the offerings that God required during the beginning of harvest.  This is not oppressive to be living through. And also keep in mind that God doesn't personally need this. He didn't sit in heaven and sigh, "oh good, there's that smoldering lamb pelt aroma/smoke coming up to me again. I need this, because this is my smoking habit."  Not The Case.  We needed to be making offerings and going through this ritual because we are souls that are prone to wander without our regular protracted time in God's Presence.  And in case anyone was wondering, a liquid "hin" is about a gallon.  And an ephah of grain is between 40-45 lbs. 29 - The Festival of Trumpets heralded the New Year.  It was a jubilant gathering and there was also time for solemn worship within this same holiday stretch.  It was eight days of celebration and worship. This may strike us as awfully peculiar - to be just doing a religious ordeal for eight days straight.  Well it was a party with God who had brought through another year.  And God is into celebration. Wait until we experience "day one" in heaven!  My husband finished college in Jerusalem over 30 years ago. Judaism was his major. He catered at a business in New York 1985-1988 and much of the events were Jewish holidays/weddings/festivals.  He said that much of the gatherings were so joyful with food and music and Hebrew worship dance routines that they actually became zany fun. And some went on for 2-3 days.  We cannot even think of a wedding going on for three days. We're too preoccupied and needing to get back to our frivolity. Some of it is productive, yes, but much of it is the long path to nothing. Most of our holidays have precious little to do with God. New Years is gazoos, kisses, and fireworks. We holiday for Presidents (sort of), civil rights leaders, ground hogs (ahem), Memorial Day, 4th/July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Pumpkins on Halloween. We do have our Christian Holidays of Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas but the pop culture is desperately trying to paganize them into bunnies, turkeys and presents floating in egg nog or whatever people are trying to do to get it secularized.  These holidays in the Bible times were the meaning of life itself; the joy of being with God. Try to see it in this light. God wants to celebrate with us.  Those who won't celebrate with God eventually end up partying with the devil.  It's a disastrous fact. 30 - Vows made before the Lord were taken seriously and were binding.  Vows made by females were also taken seriously and were at the same time assessed in a different manner.  It isn't news to anyone literate that men and women think differently. They also emote (feel), and express and calculate and communicate differently. Therefore women's vows were sifted via a different grid. Their vows whether made while single, married, widowed or divorced in the presence of her espoused or her father affected others in her household and so the man was to become involved when needed. They were even held responsible at times and were to execute leadership in these matters.  To feign oblivion against a vow that should not have been made held the household male culpable.  All this was set up because vows made by females were subject to emotions and/or illogic at times and the females nor the family members of that household were to be punished because of a vow made without their knowledge. The male head of household was to step in and remedy the situation.

Locked On Twins - Daily Podcast On The Minnesota Twins
Breaking Down Derek Falvey's First Comments Of The Offseason

Locked On Twins - Daily Podcast On The Minnesota Twins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 24:44


Derek Falvey spoke about losing Edwar Colina via waivers and made an interesting comment about the roster. What can we make of it? Plus, continuing our season in review with Memorial Day and the happiest (and saddest) moment of the already-lost season. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Arroe Collins
Renee Taylor From The Movie Tango Shalom

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 21:11


Tango Shalom was directed by Gabriel Bologna, son of Renée Taylor and the late Joseph Bologna. The cast includes Golden Globe Nominee Lainie Kazan (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Oscar and Emmy Award-winner Renée Taylor (Adam Sandler's The Do Over, The Producers, The Nanny), Karina Smirnoff (Dancing With The Stars), Joseph Bologna (My Favorite Year, Blame It On Rio, Big Daddy, Lovers and Other Strangers), Jos Laniado Claudio Laniado (Mudbound), Bern Cohen (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), and Judi Beecher (Taken 3, Family is Family, La Garconne). Synopsis: When a female Tango dancer (Smirnoff) asks a Rabbi (Jos Laniado) to enter a dance competition, there's one big problem-due to his Orthodox beliefs, he's not allowed to touch her! Desperately in need of splitting the prize money to save his Hebrew school from bankruptcy, they develop a plan to enter the competition without sacrificing his faith. The bonds of family and community are tested one dazzling dance step at a time in this lighthearted fable. In Los Angeles, the film can be seen at Landmark Theaters on Pico and Town Center 5 in Encino, and September 10 opens at The Laemmle in Newhall. In New York, at AMC Empire 25, The Village East Cinema By Angelika, and also opens on September 10 at The Cobble Hill 5 and Williamsburg Cinemas Brooklyn, Kew Garden 6 Queens, and Malverne 5 and Roslyn 4 on Long Island. Canadian Cinéma Cineplex locations include Forum et VIP - Montreal, Empress Walk - Toronto, and Fifth Avenue Cinemas - Vancouver. Tango Shalom finished its three day weekend engagement better than expected at $20,581, with an astonishing per theater average of $5,145 (second best only to Marvel's Shang-Chi). Tango Shalom also claims bragging rights to the best 2021 exclusive opening, as well having the best PTA, this Memorial Day to Labor Day summer season. Showing daily gross increases this weekend (Saturday +32% from Friday and Sunday +54% from Saturday) boasts to be the number one independent film release this weekend. On Friday, September 10, the interfaith movie that promotes peace, tolerance and inclusion, will expand onto more screens in New York and Los Angeles, and also across Canada in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver with additional screens to be announced soon.

Xtemporaneous
Episode 53: From Tiger Beat to Tiger King: The Rise of a GenX Fandom

Xtemporaneous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 79:21


In this episode, Marc and Kristina explore the difference between fandom, standom, and cults. This episode provides a framework for exploring, once again, the crisis of meaning and the ways in which people look for communities to join and find support and camaraderie. We dig into what defines each branch of admiration and community and we lay the groundwork for the next episode in this series, which will do a deep dive into the rise of a relatively new fandom that has fluoresced around a young Canadian TikTok creator and fledgling model called William White. William, at 21, energized a following that is largely made up of women ranging in age from late 30s to beyond 70 beginning during Memorial Day weekend of 2020. By the time of this publication, the fandom has devolved into warring factions where the daily norm involves leaked personal messages, bullying threats of doxxing, family members being harrassed, coordinated mass reporting of accounts across multiple social media platforms, threats of legal action and death threats. All of this is accomplished in the name of a young man whose consistent message to fans has been to spread joy and positivity and unity. This is why we can't have nice things, darling. Research and citations below. Taylor Swift Fandom: Toxic or Harmless https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U14VPAkhAKg&t=311s Why Stan Culture is Toxic for Everyone, Including Celebrities: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIdR7Er-zkI NXIVM On Trial produce by the Albay Times Union -- the paper that was publishing negative articles and cautionary tales about Keith Rainere and NXIVM for many years before the downfall Streaming and Television HBO's "The Vow" which tells the story of former high level NXIVM members Mark Vicente, Bonnie Piesse, Sarah Edmondson and her husband NIppy Starz's "Seduced" which tells the story of India Oxenburg and her Journey into and out of the NXIVM cult Taylor Swift Worshipped by NeoNazis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEdAtX_ze68&t=35s Imaginary Friends and Real World Consequences: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22yoaiLYb7M&t=285s The Meaning Crisis for Beginners: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaXWUE1SXpI&t=199s Why do People Join Cults (Ted Ed): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kB-dJaCXAxA Are Fandoms Good or Unhealthy Obsessions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onxeBOnjWnU Fraade-Blanar, Zoe. Superfandom: How Our Obsessions are Changing What We Buy and Who We Are Berman, Sarah. Don't Call it a Cult: The Shocking Story of Keith Raniere and the Women of NXIVM --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-snediker/support

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
RFT 539: Gold Star Mother's and Family Day

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 7:40


Gold Star Mother's and Family Day falls on September 26 this year and is traditionally observed on the last Sunday in September. The day is for honoring families of those who have received The Gold Star – the military award no one wants. The award commemorates the tragic death of a military member who has perished while in the line of duty and hopes to provide a level of comfort to the parents and families that are left behind. Since World War 1, a “Gold Star Family” has signified a family that has lost one of its members in combat. The family can display a Gold Star Service Flag for any military family members who have died from any honorable cause – each gold star on the flag signifies a death. Though today only around 1% of the country is involved in military service, as compared to the 12% during other times of war, like World War 2, there are still a significant number of surviving Gold Star families – not to mention, a Gold Star lives on in a family's legacy. HISTORY OF GOLD STAR MOTHER'S AND FAMILY DAY Though the exact roots of the tradition aren't totally known, it was during World War 1 that the gold star came to symbolize that a family member had fallen in battle. Around that time, the term “Gold Star Family” came to mean that you were a surviving family of a person who died in service and families hung banners with a gold star outside their homes. The tradition has since been authorized and seeks to ease the grief of mothers and families while reminding that no one truly serves alone. Gradually, there came to be many ways for grieving family members to honor their loved ones with symbols worn or places outside the home. In 1918, President Wilson allowed grieving military mothers to wear a traditional black armband featuring a gold star. Soon after, it was approved for families to cover the blue star on the service flag outside of their home with a gold one. As of 1947, Gold Star family members can also display the Gold Star Lapel. The American Gold Star Mothers Inc. first got its start in 1917, when Grace Siebold's son was killed during World War 1. Wanting to create a support system for grieving mothers in similar circumstances, Grace gathered what would become the American Gold Star Mothers to grieve together and tend to hospitalized veterans in local hospitals. The organization was formalized as a non-profit in 1928, with a mission of remembrance, education, and patriotism. Still today, they support Gold Star mothers in their grief, hold an annual conference, and organize events with supporting groups. Though Gold Star Mother's and Family Day isn't observed as a National, federal holiday like Memorial Day, it was declared by Congress in 1936 to be the last Sunday in September – though, at the time, it was only known as “Gold Star Mother's Day.” It was in 2011 that President Obama amended the declaration, declaring the day to include families as well as mothers. Today, the holiday includes any immediate family member and authorizes that person to display the Gold Star Service Flag. Today, America is not embroiled in any kind of conflict like World War 1 or 2, and far fewer individuals consider Gold Star heroes and their families – oftentimes, people may think that they don't know anyone in a Gold Star Family. However, there are many more Gold Star families from previous wars than you may think, and since over 1.3 million people are involved in the military today, it's possible you know a family that still grieves a recent fallen soldier. Understanding the sacrifice and acknowledging the holiday are the best ways to support the families and honor the soldiers. GOLD STAR MOTHER'S AND FAMILY DAY TIMELINE 1918 Armbands Authorized President Wilson authorized mothers who had lost a child in the war to wear a traditional black mourning armband featuring a gold star. 1929 American Gold Star Mothers Started in Washington, DC, The American Gold Star Mothers Inc. quickly spread across the country. In 1929, the organization obtained a federal charter to support mothers who were often separated from their ailing or dead children. June 23, 1936 Gold Star Mother's Day Recognized Since this date, Gold Star Mother's Day has always fallen on the last Sunday of September. 1947 Gold Star Lapel The Gold Star Service Lapel, in addition to the Gold Star Service Flag, is authorized to be displayed by surviving family members.September 23, 2011. Obama Proclamation President Obama amended “Gold Star Mother's Day” to include families as “Gold Star Mother's and Family Day” on September 23, 2011.

Kabbalah: Daily Lessons | mp3 #kab_eng
Baal Hasulam Memorial Day [2021-09-19]

Kabbalah: Daily Lessons | mp3 #kab_eng

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 150:58


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the Millennial Throwback Machine
Episode 151 Part 2: the Association.

the Millennial Throwback Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 41:52


This week is gonna cover the history behind last week's group. in it, I talk about how the group was formed, the story behind their name and the behind the scenes details on their hit records (the studios their songs were recorded in and the musicians they used on their songs. etc.) also, don't forget their is actually gonna be an interview episode next week for my podcast and it's gonna be with a VERY interesting guy. this guy was more on the business end of the music industry back in the 60's and he worked as a song plugger and label head and publisher back in the 60's and he was very much apart of the NY music scene back in the 60's working within the Brill Building and 1650 Broadway. here's the link to last week's song just in case you wanted to listen to it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPYT9Vyu62AYou can also follow me and Reach out to me on Instagram right here:https://www.instagram.com/iheartoldies/Please do also check out my Official EP that I put out over Memorial Day Weekend. I would love it if you could listen to it and let me know whatcha think of it and if you can relate to the songs off of this EP in an emotional way really, and if you can, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/samlwilliams/turquoise-apricotPlease do also check out the two interviews I did recently with Honk Magazine and ShoutoutLA. would love it if you could read these because they reveal a lot about me as a person and you'll learn a lot about me after reading these interviews. and if you liked them, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies. if after reading these interviews they inspired you to want to meet me in person/face to face if your based in LA; https://honkmagazine.com/sam-l-williams-talks-about-his-career-path-influence-and-new-music/https://shoutoutla.com/meet-sam-l-williams-musician-songwriter-podcast-host/Please do also check out the Official Spotify and Youtube Playlists for this podcast, here you'll be able to find all of the songs I have talked about on my podcast so far, including some of the ones that I have mentioned in interview episodes of this podcast. if you liked these songs and have some ideas as to which songs I should talk about next on my podcast that I haven't yet after listening to these playlists, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/21f3uBS6kU4hUF6QAC5JMj?si=1714e1b7670b4e72https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CS1sYR7xky8&list=PL66sgq_GAmRcXy8yKZJfVmAD14HUYj7NfPlease do check out my music video that I made earlier in the summertime this year. I absolutely LOVE how this video came out and I'm very proud of the end result. if you love it just as much as I do, please let me know by emailing me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTbmSoW6RyYPleas do also check out the official Redbuuble Merch store for this podcast. btw as of yesterday, I finally have some new merch to introduce to you guys. I have a new logo to go along with my EP "Turquoise Apricot" and I would love it if you could let me know whatcha think of this logo and the prices of each item in that store as well, you can do that by emailing me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://www.redbubble.com/people/60ssam95/works/36806158-keep-things-groovy?asc=u&ref=recent-ownerhttps://www.redbubble.com/people/60ssam95/works/88967481-turquoise-apricot?asc=uIf you found out some REALLY cool information about last week's song & artist and you never really knew anything about them before and you learned a lot about this group and your a millennial and you didn't grow up with their music and your around my age, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies. don't forget about my upcoming interview with Artie Ripp, you can email me with any questions you might want me to ask him at the same email listed in in the description of this episodes of this podcast.

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Actress RENEE TAYLOR of THE NANNY, BOB'S BURGERS and new film TANGO SHALOM, now in theaters

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 3:33


RENEE TAYLOR BIOTaylor worked as a comedian in the early 1960s at the New York City nightclub Bon Soir. Her opening act was a then-unknown Barbra Streisand. In 1968, Taylor played an actress portraying Eva Braun in Mel Brooks' feature film The Producers, a role she got while performing the play Luv with Gene Wilder, whom Brooks decided to cast as protagonist Leo Bloom.Taylor and her husband, Joseph Bologna, co-wrote the Broadway hit comedy Lovers and Other Strangers and received Oscar nominations for having written the 1970 film adaptation. In 1971, the couple co-wrote and starred in the film Made for Each Other. A 1985 offering of theirs included the two-character comedy title It Had to Be You. The story concerns two entertainers who meet, fall in love, eventually irritate each other, and decide to marry and collaborate on playwriting together. Taylor and Bologna also co-wrote and starred in the television show Bedrooms, a series of four skits on love which Jeff Jarvis in People called "cute (if slightly off-color)." In 1996, after a several year hiatus, Taylor and her husband co-wrote and acted in the film Love Is All There Is, the story of two Italian-American families who must learn to get along when their son and daughter decide to get married. In the mid-1990s, Taylor and Bologna wrote and produced the off-Broadway play Bermuda Avenue Triangle. From 1992-94, Taylor played the overbearing Jewish mother of Brian Benben's lead character on the HBO series Dream On. In 1993, she was cast as the mother of Richard Lewis, and the ex-wife of Don Rickles, in the Fox sitcom Daddy Dearest, which was canceled after a two-month run in the fall. Also in 1993, Taylor was slated for sporadic guest appearances on the new CBS sitcom The Nanny, playing Sylvia Fine, the mother of Fran Drescher's title character. After the cancellation of Daddy Dearest, Taylor was upgraded to a recurring cast member during the first season of The Nanny and eventually a full-time cast member by the third season. Her roles on the two broadcast network series were concurrent with her work on Dream On. Taylor is most often recognized for her role in The Nanny. Her character is intent on helping daughter Fran find a husband and has a passionate love for food. Taylor's husband, Joseph Bologna, made two guest appearances on The Nanny. First, as an egomaniacal actor named Allan Beck, who tormented Maxwell Sheffield (Charles Shaughnessy) and second, in the final season, Bologna again guest-starred as a doctor and admirer of Sylvia in the episode "Maternal Affairs". In recent years, Taylor has guest-starred as Ted Mosby's neighbor, Mrs. Matsen, on How I Met Your Mother. She also had a guest-starring role on the Disney show, Shake It Up, portraying a cranky elderly woman, Mrs. Lacasio, in a retirement home. She also had a guest-starring role on the Nickelodeon show, Victorious as Robbie's cranky grandmother who needed Robbie's help with the internet. In addition to her numerous guest-starring appearances, Taylor has worked as a voice actor as the character Mrs. Start in the animated feature film Ice Age: The Meltdown, and in a recurring role as Linda's mother Gloria in the animated Fox series Bob's Burgers. Taylor also played Martha Benson in the film Opposite Day, released in 2009. Taylor also appeared on Fran Drescher's latest show Happily Divorced as the best friend of Fran's mother. In 2011, Taylor was cast in the short-lived Fox cartoon Allen Gregory, in which she voiced the character of Principal Gottlieb. In 2013, she starred in the Tyler Perry film Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor as Ms. Waco Chapman, the owner of Chapman drug company. In 2016, Taylor starred in the Netflix movie The Do-Over with Adam Sandler as the role of Mrs. Kessler and in the TV show Rock in a Hard Place. Recently, Taylor appeared in the 2017 film How To Be A Latin Lover. Taylor had a role in Tango Shalom, which she acted alongside her husband, in his final film role before his death. ABOUT TANGO SHALOM, NOW IN THEATERS Tango Shalom was directed by Gabriel Bologna, son of Renée Taylor and the late Joseph Bologna. The cast includes Golden Globe Nominee Lainie Kazan (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Oscar and Emmy Award-winner Renée Taylor (Adam Sandler's The Do Over, The Producers, The Nanny), Karina Smirnoff (Dancing With The Stars), Joseph Bologna (My Favorite Year, Blame It On Rio, Big Daddy, Lovers and Other Strangers), Jos Laniado Claudio Laniado (Mudbound), Bern Cohen (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), and Judi Beecher (Taken 3, Family is Family, La Garconne). Synopsis: When a female Tango dancer (Smirnoff) asks a Rabbi (Jos Laniado) to enter a dance competition, there's one big problem-due to his Orthodox beliefs, he's not allowed to touch her! Desperately in need of splitting the prize money to save his Hebrew school from bankruptcy, they develop a plan to enter the competition without sacrificing his faith. The bonds of family and community are tested one dazzling dance step at a time in this lighthearted fable. In Los Angeles, the film can be seen at Landmark Theaters on Pico and Town Center 5 in Encino, and September 10 opens at The Laemmle in Newhall. In New York, at AMC Empire 25, The Village East Cinema By Angelika, and also opens on September 10 at The Cobble Hill 5 and Williamsburg Cinemas Brooklyn, Kew Garden 6 Queens, and Malverne 5 and Roslyn 4 on Long Island. Canadian Cinéma Cineplex locations include Forum et VIP - Montreal, Empress Walk - Toronto, and Fifth Avenue Cinemas - Vancouver. Tango Shalom finished its three day weekend engagement better than expected at $20,581, with an astonishing per theater average of $5,145 (second best only to Marvel's Shang-Chi). Tango Shalom also claims bragging rights to the best 2021 exclusive opening, as well having the best PTA, this Memorial Day to Labor Day summer season. Showing daily gross increases this weekend (Saturday +32% from Friday and Sunday +54% from Saturday) boasts to be the number one independent film release this weekend. On Friday, September 10, the interfaith movie that promotes peace, tolerance and inclusion, will expand onto more screens in New York and Los Angeles, and also across Canada in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver with additional screens to be announced soon. Here's the Tango Shalom trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6w9qkvKca8

D23 Inside Disney
Episode 105: Dara Reneé on “Disney's Magic Bake-Off”

D23 Inside Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 41:13


Candlelight Processional returns to EPCOT, first look at menus for Walt Disney World's Steakhouse 71, Disney honors George Kalogridis with a Main Street, U.S.A. window at Magic Kingdom, a Funko Pop!-inspired Grogu balloon coming to Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series and Only Murders in the Building greenlit for new seasons, Disney+ has debuted the official trailer for Marvel Studios' Hawkeye, The Simpsons season 32 streams September 29th on Disney+, Disney+'s Hallowstream debuts September 24th, Among the Stars key art and trailer released, D23: The Official Disney Fan Club has launched its official app, celebrity cast of the new season of Dancing With the Stars revealed, The Little Mermaid heads to Memorial Day 2023, and Disney wins big at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmys. Plus, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series star Dara Reneé takes on Elsa, the Incredicoaster, and Disney's Magic Bake-Off.

Be Our Guest WDW Podcast
Listener Questions - September 15, 2021 - BOGP 1965

Be Our Guest WDW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 47:58


Pam and Mike are here answering more of your listener questions today! We discuss why changing hotel rooms on "Marathon Sunday" can be a challenge, discuss if the crowds over Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekends will be any better or worse than "Jersey Week", talk about mobile ordering snacks, how virtual queues and Park Hopping could work, and much more! We hope you enjoy today's show!  Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com.  Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Become a Patron of the show at www.Patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast.  Also, please follow the show on Twitter@BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast.   Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!

Every Day's A Holiday
September 12 is Pet Memorial Day

Every Day's A Holiday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 3:05


On the second Sunday in September, National Pet Memorial Day offers a moment to remember pets who have passed.Photo by Chewy on Unsplash

Kabbalah: Daily Lessons | mp3 #kab_eng
Rabash Memorial Day (Yahrzeit) [2021-09-12]

Kabbalah: Daily Lessons | mp3 #kab_eng

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 88:07


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the Millennial Throwback Machine
Episode 151 Part One: The Association

the Millennial Throwback Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 28:00


My apologies if this podcast is coming at ya a few weeks late, I have been trying to figure out what my next interview episode is going to be and for the last few weeks, I have been trying to schedule it out with a guest that I unfortunately misspoke and said that he was going to be the next guest on my podcast. unfortunately I was wrong and he would up postponing our interview for now but the good news is that I was able to secure another guest for this podcast and next week I'll talk more about that and in this particular episode, I said I'm not gonna have any guests for right now, well I was able to secure this guy as a guest after I recorded this episode and it was in the can, so again, I apologize for the abrupt no episodes for the last few weeks. just trying to get my guest thing sorted out. but anyways, in meantime, this week I"m gonna talk about one my favorite 60's groups that recorded LOTS of hits in the 60's and, yes, they were very much a "Southern California" band, so they had that "Sunshine Pop" sound, and this week I"m gonna talk about arguably one of their best songs and next week, I'll dive into their history and get into how the group was formed and their story as well. here's the link to this week's song just in case you wanted to listen to it:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPYT9Vyu62Ayou can also follow me and find me on Instagram right here:https://www.instagram.com/iheartoldies/Please do also check out the EP that I put out over Memorial Day Weekend. I love each and every single one of these songs and they represent a lot about who I am both as an artist and as an individual as well. if you like these songs and you can relate to them in a certain way, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also follow me and reach out to me on on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/samlwilliams/turquoise-apricotPlease do also check out the two interviews I did this year with Honk Magazine and ShoutoutLA Magazine. here you'll be able to find out a lot about me as a person and you'll be able to discover who I am both as an artist and as a person as well. If I appear to be interesting to you and you would like to meet me in person if your based in LA after reading these two interviews, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram too @iheartoldies. please don't be a stranger. would love to meet you soon: https://honkmagazine.com/sam-l-williams-talks-about-his-career-path-influence-and-new-music/https://shoutoutla.com/meet-sam-l-williams-musician-songwriter-podcast-host/Please do also check out the official Spotify and Youtube playlists for this podcast. here you'll be able to find all of the songs that I have talked about on my podcast so far including some of the ones that I have mentioned in interview episodes of this podcast. if you listen to these playlists and they give you ideas for songs I should talk about next on my podcast that I haven't yet, then please email those ideas to me at samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/21f3uBS6kU4hUF6QAC5JMj?si=ffa710d43c3245bdhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CS1sYR7xky8&list=PL66sgq_GAmRcXy8yKZJfVmAD14HUYj7NfPlease do also watch my latest music video that I put out recently that I would love for you to watch whenever you can, I love this video so much and it was a labor of love for me to film this and I'm thankful for the team of people that were involved in making this video and please do watch it whenever you get the chance and let me know whatcha think of it by emailing me at samltwilli@icloud.com: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTbmSoW6RyYPlease do also check out the Official Redbubble Merch store for this podcast. here you'll be able to get these super cool merch items that have my own specific logo for this podcast. if you like this logo and would like to purchase something from this store, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com. I"m also welcome to any feedback you can give me for this store as well. please do that whenever you get the chance: https://www.redbubble.com/people/60ssam95/works/36806158-keep-things-groovy?asc=u&ref=recent-ownerIf you liked my analysis on this week's song and you have never heard it before and would like to learn more about this group and your a millennial and your not a baby boomer, please reach out to me at samltwilli@icloud.com or you can also find me on Instagram @iheartoldies

Elder Law Answers
Elder Law Answers "We Remember" Ep5 2021

Elder Law Answers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 19:09


We Remember Our Veterans Background: Wartime veterans or their surviving spouses (or other dependents) may qualify for the Improved Pension to help them with their expenses. This pension is increased for those who are Homebound or qualify for the Aid & Attendance benefit. Topic: During May we celebrate our fallen war heroes on Memorial Day (which became a national holiday in 1971). This year it falls on Monday, May 31st. Let's take a moment to thank our heroes and make sure they know they may be entitled to the non-service connected pension. Issue: Let's make sure our non-service connected veterans, have the money to help pay for care whether at home or in a facility of their choosing. • Memorial Day: o Honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military dates back to shortly after the Civil War. During this time, various towns and cities paid spring tributes to fallen soldiers. o 1968, General John A. Logan called for Decoration Day - a nationwide day of remembrance for those who had fallen during the Civil War. o Later, Decoration Day evolved to include honoring those who had served during all of our wars. o Renamed Memorial Day in 1971 when it became an official federal holiday. o Memorial Day traditions vary from visiting the resting place of our heroes, parades, picnics and a National Moment of Remembrance at 3:00pm local time. • Difference between service-connected disabilities & nonservice connected disabilities. o Most Veterans are aware that they could be entitled to compensation for service-connected disabilities o Many Veterans are not aware of the nonservice connected pension they (or their dependents and surviving spouses) may qualify for.  This basic pension is called the Improved Pension, with additional benefits for those who are homebound or who qualify for aid and attendance benefits. • Do not have to be ‘in the VA System' • Can qualify even if denied for other benefits in the past • Qualifications can be confusing, generally a veteran should qualify: o Served active duty at least 90 days but at least 1 day during wartime but more if served after 1980) o Not a dishonorable discharge

The Lead with Jake Tapper
Doctors worry Labor Day travel could fuel another surge; Taliban claim capture of final holdout province; WH pivots to domestic agenda as Biden faces several crises;

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 38:24


Hospitals face tough choices about who gets ICU beds; Fauci predicts three doses of COVID vaccine may be best; Fauci: Moderna booster may come later than Pfizer; Average of new daily cases is up 800% since Memorial Day; Israeli officials to brief FDA on booster shot data next week; Labor Day travel slows from summer highs amid COID surge & CDC warning to the unvaccinated; 1.63M travelers passed through airports on Sunday; Biden White House defends Afghanistan evacuation efforts; Source: U.S. not aware of Americans held hostage by Taliban, as claimed by GOP Rep McCaul on Sunday; Taliban hope to announce new government in “a few days”; Biden approval rating hits new low after Afghanistan withdrawal; WH: Manchin “very persuadable” on $3.5T reconciliation plan; Unemployment benefit expire today for 7 million Americans; Kinzinger: GOP shouldn't win house majority if it embraces conspiracies; Some GOP wary Texas abortion law could cost seats; Attorney General Garland pledges to protect abortion clinics in Texas that may come “under attack”; Big push by Dems in final days before recall vote; Newsom puts focus on union workers one week before recall; 510K+ in Louisiana still without power one+ week after Ida; Hundreds still displaced in Mamaroneck, NY; Caldor fire evacuation orders lifted for South Lake Tahoe, but new CA fires ignite; Droughts & fires threaten California's sequoia trees; Police identify ex-marine as gunman in rampage that leaves 4 dead; ex-marine charged with killing 4, including mom holding infant son; Sherriff: ex-marine had no known connection to victims of rampage; Sherriff: suspect's girlfriend says he suffers from PTSD; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Pet Resource Radio
Pet Memorial Day

Pet Resource Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 29:21


Something a little different today. National Pet Memorial Day is the second Sunday in September, so we sat down with a few members of the PRCKC team to talk about pets that they've loved and lost.

Wendell's World & Sports
College football, NFL, and educating the youth, with sports, and music

Wendell's World & Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 126:13


{Beginning of the show} Opening day for real in college football. #4 Ohio St victory over Minnesota and how strong are the Buckeyes going forward {00:22:45} Looking at some of the best match-ups over the Memorial Day weekend {01:05:02} The Mac Jones era, or possibility error, starts in New England. Is the franchise rebuilding or reloading? {01:23:35} What's next for Cam Newton? How much did not being vaccinated play a role in being released, and what is the reason why some NFL won't get vaccinated? {01:52:07} Thoughts and feelings about the Bishop Sycamore situation This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy

Daily Rosary
September 3, 2021, Holy Rosary (Luminous Mysteries)

Daily Rosary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 29:42


[Comment: Month of Our Lady of Sorrows] Friends of the Rosary: The month of September is traditionally dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows and the Seven Sorrows of the Virgin Mary, a devotion that dates back to the 12th century. In Spain, Mexico, and all across Latin America, faithful venerate "Nuestra Señora de los Dolores", Sorrowful Mother, in English. Specifically, the Memorial Day of "Our Lady of Sorrows" will be celebrated on September 15th, a week later than her birthday, on September 8th. The title "Our Lady of Sorrows" focuses on Mary's intense suffering during the passion and death of Jesus Christ. In her suffering as co-redemptrix, the Holy Mary reminds us of the evil of sin and shows us the way of repentance. The Seven Dolors, or Sorrows, refer to the seven swords that pierced the Heart of Mary: The prophecy of Simeon (Luke 2:25-35) The flight into Egypt (Matthew 2:13-15) Loss of the Child Jesus for three days (Luke 2:41-50) Mary meets Jesus on his way to Calvary (Luke 23:27-31; John 19:17) Crucifixion and Death of Jesus (John 19:25-30) The body of Jesus being taken from the Cross (Psalm 130; Luke 23:50-54; John 19:31-37) The burial of Jesus (Isaiah 53:8; Luke 23:50-56; John 19:38-42; Mark 15:40-47) Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! + Mikel A. | TheRosaryNetwork.org, New York —- Watch this Podcast on YouTube and/or attend the community-driven daily prayer every day at 7:30 pm ET on YouTube.com/TheRosaryNetwork

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
Obama Declares Wars Are Ended to No Applause

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 10:54


RUSH: Grab audio sound bite number two — did you see over the weekend that the war in Afghanistan's over? (interruption) Yeah. Yeah. I remember on Friday, if you recall, if you were here, you might not have been because it's a big travel weekend, but I want to revisit something. Grab sound bite number one. Let's go ahead and play audio of me last Friday as we headed into the Memorial Day weekend, 'cause this sets up this Afghanistan comment. RUSH ARCHIVE: This, to me, is one of the most important Memorial Days, and they're all important, even that little characterization should give you an idea how tough this one is to talk about. This particular Memorial Day with everything going on in Iraq and the Middle East and ISIS now just running out of control and our leadership seemingly unconcerned, the Iranians nuking up, but Iraq and what's happening there has got to make this Memorial Day a real challenge for a lot of American families. Those who had family members who served in Iraq, who were injured and wounded in Iraq, or died in Iraq. I mean, they might legitimately be asking themselves this weekend, this Memorial Day, why, what was the point, was it worth it? And you wouldn't blame 'em if they did. It's a toughie. It still needs to be acknowledged. https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2015/05/26/obama_declares_wars_are_ended_to_no_applause/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio
ELEVATE Atlanta Art Festival Celebrates Art, Culture

Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 25:18


Long-serving director of cultural affairs for Atlanta, Camille Russell Love joins Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio to discuss the upcoming ELEVATE Atlanta Art Festival and celebrating the art and culture scene in Atlanta. Love joins hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick for the Around Atlanta segment. The Office of Cultural Affairs supports the Atlanta art community through grants, art installations, public classes and public schools. This organization holds events such as the Atlanta Jazz Festival. Usually held Memorial Day weekend, the Atlanta Jazz Festival takes place Labor Day weekend, September 5 and 6 in Piedmont Park. The festival kicks off this year's ELEVATE Atlanta Art Festival celebrating reopening, reignition and a reconnection throughout the city. There are two primary divisions of the Office of Cultural Affairs. The Art and Education Division provides grants to the community, organizations and individuals to support operations and projects. Annually, $2 million is granted to applicants. In collaboration with art partners and the community, they support a program called the Cultural Experience Project. This program supports Atlanta public-school children and arranges free field trips to cultural venues such as the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the Atlanta Children's Museum, Atlanta History Center and more. Each grade has a specific cultural experience and through this program, students explore Atlanta culturally. The Public Arts Division supports new commissions of public art. Currently, a project is in the works to expand the arts district from Northside Drive by Mercedes Benz Stadium to I-285 by Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. The installation project features sculptures, bike racks, water features and everything art that focuses on civil and human rights. The team is also responsible for the maintenance and restoration of art that is already a part of the collection. Atlanta has an extensive art collection in the public domain and because of this, restoration and maintenance need to occur regularly. There are three galleries in Atlanta associated with The Office of Cultural Affairs: Gallery 72, Chastain Arts Center and one located in the mayor's office that focused on artists that may not receive exposure in public galleries. Another program, Art on Loan, focuses on purchasing artwork from individual Atlanta-based artists and installing it in public-facing offices of the city government. The purpose is to educate the public within those spaces on the thriving art and culture in Atlanta, making public and government spaces feel and look better by presenting a partnership with the art community. At the Chastain Arts Center, they also host art classes for individuals in the community. ELEVATE usually takes place in a single community for 10 days, but this year will be different because of the pandemic. To celebrate the decimated art community and to encourage citizens to go explore public spaces, ELEVATE takes place all over the city this year. Throughout September and October, every weekend focuses on a different community across the city. From visual art, performing art, festivals and restaurants to celebrating the art and culture within that specific community, there are lots of activities. “We want to shine a spotlight on communities,” said Love. “ELEVATE is going to be everywhere this year and we are excited that we can provide our citizens with an opportunity to get out and celebrate one another and celebrate art and culture and reconnect with one another.” The overarching theme of this year's festival is REVIVAL. The goal is to revive the city's spirits and connections and to do that, the festival celebrates reopening, reigniting and reconnecting. The Office of Cultural Affairs produces some of the events but also works with partners around the city to educate civilians on their work. The 2021 curator is Charmaine Minniefield, a well-known artist and muralist.

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
How to Save Big this Labor Day

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 7:12


We all know the major players in the holiday sales game: the biggies are Memorial Day, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Labor Day. But not all sales are created equal. In fact, each holiday has its own niche where you can expect to see sales on certain products, but not others. Today, Nicole breaks down where you can save big this Labor Day. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Daily Rosary
August 28, 2021, Memorial of St. Augustin, Holy Rosary (Joyful Mysteries)

Daily Rosary

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 29:40


[Comment: Resting in God] Friends of the Rosary: Today is the Memorial Day of St. Augustine, the son of St. Monica. After a life of excesses, he converted, distributed his goods to the poor, and was ordained priest and later Bishop of Hippo at the age of 41, right in the fourth century. The author of The Confessions and The City of God became the Church's most influential theologian of that time, with a Platonistic view and inexhaustible spirituality. Born in Tagaste, Africa, this Doctor of the Church, known as the "Doctor of grace", created the Augustinian religious order. Throughout his penetrating mind, St. Augustine envisioned that earthly satisfactions were not the answer. Restless is the heart until it rests in God, he famously said. He fought mighty battles against heretics — like Pelagius — over all of whom he triumphed. Christian art features him with a burning heart to symbolize the ardent love of God, which permeates all his writings. Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! St. Augustine, Pray for Us! + Mikel A. | TheRosaryNetwork.org, New York —- Watch this Podcast in Video and/or attend the community-driven daily prayer every day at 7:30 pm ET on YouTube.com/TheRosaryNetwork

Talking Forests
Cradle of Forestry and APSAF Centennial Monument with guest Patrick Hiesl ~ Episode 65

Talking Forests

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 41:09


Patrick Hiesl the Assistant Professor of Forest Operations from Clemson University was interviewed by Candra Burns of Talking Forests about the Cradle of Forestry, the APSAF Centennial Monument, and Carl Schenck a German Forester who brought sustainable forest practices to the USA in 1895. His career profile from Clemson University in South Carolina: https://www.clemson.edu/cafls/faculty_staff/profiles/phiesl Patrick was an undergrad in Germany where he is from. During his first 4 years of school, he earned a B.S. in Forest Management at the University of Applied Forest Sciences Rottenburg and graduated in 2010. Then he moved to Maine, USA to go to graduate school and earned his M.S. in Forest Resources at the University of Maine and graduated in 2013. Then he got his Ph.D. in Forest Resources at the University of Maine in 2015. After his graduate school and Ph.D., he got lucky and interviewed for the forest operations teaching position at Clemson University in 2015 in South Carolina and accepted the position and started teaching. Later, after networking in his local Society of American Forester's chapters, he then worked on the regional level with the APSAF Monument Committee. He was excited to learn about Carl Schenck and his forestry school, as a German, himself. Candra was excited to talk with Patrick in this interview because she lived in Germany for 3 years from 2018-2020. She interviewed a German, Patrick Hiesl, on this podcast episode. She had friends in WA State that were foresters that helped German investment foresters use funding from USA forests to build bridges at their castles in Germany. When Candra lived in Germany, she could leave her backyard and go into a forest and that was not trespassing in Germany. That is very different than the private areas of the USA, especially in the fragmented areas where she currently lives in the south. Candra learned about Carl Schenck in 2015 at a WA State SAF meeting where they viewed “America's First Forest” in 2015. Ever since she has been intrigued and got lucky that she was able to live in Germany with her USAF husband and travel within Europe for the first 2 years, pre-COVID. She visited the Cradle of Forestry and the APSAF Monument in 2021 when she had a chance during Memorial Day weekend and was excited that the USAF picked her new state as the “First in Forestry” state. Voice By Gordon Collier in Introduction: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jgordoncollier/ Spring by Ikson www.soundcloud.com/ikson Music promoted by Audio Library www.youtu.be/5WPnrvEMIdo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkingforests/support

RV Miles Podcast
RV News Brief | 9 National Forests Close, No More RV Ladders, Electric World Debuts

RV Miles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 10:09


9 National Forests are set to close in the west due to wildfire concerns. Labor Day Weekend is shaping up to be busier than the 4th of July and Memorial Day at campgrounds, no more ladders on most RVs due to a change in manufacturing standards, A new RV manufacturer is coming to Elkhart, while one of the biggest makes solar packages standard. And Camping World is set to debut “Electric World” in Salt Lake City, along with big changes to its nationwide chain of retail stores. 

the Millennial Throwback Machine
Episode 149 Part 2: Dion

the Millennial Throwback Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 53:36


My apologies if this episode is coming to you a day late. the future of this podcast is currently uncertain as I recently experienced some irreversible life changes that may prevent me from doing more episodes of this podcast. I'll talk more about that next week but next week will mark 150 episodes of this podcast, and it will be a special interview episode of this podcast, but after that, that may or may not be the last episode I do for a while. like the Rolling Stones song, it may be the last one, but I just don't know right now. I have to think this one through, but anyways, this week will talk all about the history behind last week's song & artist and I also tell an in depth story behind this song & I also talk about the genre that the song falls in as well. here's the link to last week's song just in case you wanted to listen to it as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFch8vH81ksYou can also follow me & reach out to me on Instagram Right here:https://www.instagram.com/iheartoldies/Please do also check out more of my original music right here:https://www.samwilliamsmusic.netPlease do also check out my EP that came out over Memorial Day Weekend. I would love it if you could listen to these songs and let me know if they had any kind of emotional effect on you or if you can relate to them in any sort of way, or if you dig the style of music that these songs are in and your a millennial, and if you did, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/samlwilliams/turquoise-apricotYou can also check out the official music video for the song that was a part of the EP I put out over Memorial Day Weekend. I would love it if you could watch this video because I love it so much & the actors did such a great job in it. if you loved this video & you thought it was great and you would like to share with me your two cents on this, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTbmSoW6RyYPlease do also check out the two write ups that I got recently with Honk Magazine and ShoutoutLA magazine, here you'll be able to find these super cool interviews that I did recently that revealed a lot about me as a person, and after reading these if you think I'm a really cool person and would like to meet me Face to face if your based in LA, please do get in touch with me at my email address samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies:https://honkmagazine.com/sam-l-williams-talks-about-his-career-path-influence-and-new-music/https://shoutoutla.com/meet-sam-l-williams-musician-songwriter-podcast-host/Please do also check out the official Spotify and Youtube playlists for this podcast. there you'll be able to find all of the songs that I have talked about on my show so far including some of the ones that I have mentioned in interview episodes so far on my podcast, if you liked these songs and would like to suggest some new songs I should talk about next on my podcast that I haven't yet, please email those ideas to me at samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/21f3uBS6kU4hUF6QAC5JMj?si=516d2881654d45b6https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CS1sYR7xky8&list=PL66sgq_GAmRcXy8yKZJfVmAD14HUYj7NfPlease do also check out the official Redbubble Merch store for this podcast. there you'll be able to find all of this really cool merch items that I have up for sale with my own specific logo for this podcast. if you liked this logo and would like to purchase something from this store, or if you have some feedback on the prices of each item in the store or the logo itself, please send that over to me at samltwilli@icloud.com, you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies:https://www.redbubble.com/people/60ssam95/works/36806158-keep-things-groovy?asc=u&ref=recent-ownerIf you found out some REALLY cool facts about last week's artist and song and you didn't know much about them, and you were really taken in by the story of the song I was telling on this podcast, please email me at samltwilli@icloud.com, or you can also reach out to me on Instagram @iheartoldies.

#BeardSpeaks
Sean Price Memorial Day 2021 Recap | Duck Down | Ruck Down | BCC

#BeardSpeaks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 6:12


Sean Price Memorial Day 2021 Recap | Duck Down | Ruck Down | BCC https://www.BeastHostBeard.com Sean Price Memorial Day 2021 Recap | Duck Down | Ruck Down | BCC,sean price freestyle,sean price figure four,sean price onion head,sean price monkey barz,sean price boom bye yeah,sean price bar barian,sean price rising to the top,sean price mic tyson,sean price imperius rex,sean price heartburn,sean price full album,sean price bbq sauce,sean price interview,duck down records,duck down records documentary,duck down records artists --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beasthostbeard/support

True Crime Brewery
Bad Romance: Erika & Benjamin Sifrit

True Crime Brewery

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 96:44


Among the thousands of vacationers who traveled to Ocean City, Maryland, on Memorial Day weekend, 2002, were two couples whose lives intersected, with horrific results.  The first couple, Joshua Ward and Geney Crutchley, were good people looking for a relaxing weekend.  But the second couple, Erika and Benjamin Sifrit, had much darker plans. Join us […] The post Bad Romance: Erika & Benjamin Sifrit appeared first on Tiegrabber.

True Crime Brewery
Bad Romance: Erika & Benjamin Sifrit

True Crime Brewery

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 88:08


Among the thousands of vacationers who traveled to Ocean City, Maryland, on Memorial Day weekend, 2002, were two couples whose paths crossed with horrific results. The first couple, Joshua Ward and Geney Crutchley, were good people looking for a relaxing weekend. But the second couple, Erika and Benjamin Sifrit, had much darker plans. Join us at the quiet end for Bad Romance. At first glance, Erika and Benjamin appeared to be a typical young married couple, but they were a deadly match. They were big partiers, always looking for a bigger thrill. When drinking and drugs were no longer enough to satisfy them, they moved on to burglarizing businesses and carrying loaded guns. Then, one dreadful night, the Sifrits played a twisted game of murder and mayhem, showing their gravitation towards violence and their complete lack of human empathy.

Tabletop Radio Hour
Episode 80 - Military Theme

Tabletop Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021 54:34


Welcome back to Tabletop Radio Hour! Today, we have a Military Themed talk show! We recorded this on Memorial Day weekend, so it's been a while, but we had some fun doing it! To preface this episode, none of us are veterans, so this is a completely outside look on OUR view of Military in TRPG's. Thank you to all those who are or have served our country! This one goes out to you! I hope you enjoy! Twitter: https://twitter.com/TabletopCast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tabletop-Radio-Hour-280461932761697/?modal=admin_todo_tour Email: tabletopradiohour@yahoo.com Patreon: patreon.com/tabletopradiohour Thank you all for listening, and Keep Rolling 20's!

The West Wing Thing
Gaza & Memorial Day w/Special Guest Derek Davison

The West Wing Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 113:13


It's a two part season finale, as the West Wing gang decides it's time to get serious and fix Israel! 

Commissioner's Office
Commissioner's Office with @Mags_S20 - Midseason Memorial Day Mock Draft

Commissioner's Office

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 78:36


I talk with @Mags_S20 about the Midseason Memorial Day Mock Draft and our co-drafting. Draft board Fantasy Commish Store My article on the draft. My second article on the draft. (Links to follow all drafters in article) Follow me @dynastyonestop Check out Fantasy Baseball Commish here Check out my writing at FantraxHQ here Support the pod: https://anchor.fm/commissionersoffice/support This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/commissionersoffice/support

Commissioner's Office
Commissioner's Office with @GatorSosa - Midseason Memorial Day Mock Draft

Commissioner's Office

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 58:06


I talk with Jake, @GatorSosa about the Midseason Memorial Day Mock Draft! Draft board Fantasy Commish Store My article on the draft. (Links to follow all drafters in article) Follow me @dynastyonestop Check out Fantasy Baseball Commish here Check out my writing at FantraxHQ here Support the pod: https://anchor.fm/commissionersoffice/support This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/commissionersoffice/support

Kabbalah: Daily Lessons | mp3 #kab_eng
Memorial Day of ARI [2021-07-14]

Kabbalah: Daily Lessons | mp3 #kab_eng

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 150:10


Audio, eng_t_rav_2021-07-14_lesson_yortzait-ari_n1_p1. Lesson_part :: Daily_lesson 1

Overdrive Outdoors Podcast
Introduction/Upper Peninsula Coyotes

Overdrive Outdoors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 59:25


Join Overdrive Outdoors members Josh Mapes, Mike Luttrull, and Joe Mapes as they discuss how they got into predator hunting, as well as a recap of a weekend of coyote hunting in Michigan's Upper Peninsula over the Memorial Day weekend.

Daily Rosary
June 26, 2021, Memorial day of St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, Holy Rosary (Joyful Mysteries)

Daily Rosary

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2021 28:29


[Comment: Sanctification through Daily Work] Friends of the Rosary: Today, Saturday 26, is the Memorial day of St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, a Spaniard priest who founded Opus Dei almost a century ago to promote the sanctification of the faithful through daily work. Canonized a saint in 2002 by John Paul II, Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer preached the universal call to holiness. He envisioned that everyday life, with its customary activities, is a path towards holiness. "He was the saint of the ordinary," as John Paul II described. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer also founded the University of Navarra and was a big devout of Our Lady of Fatima. Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer Pray for Us! + Mikel A. | TheRosaryNetwork.org, New York _ Live Rosary every day of the week at 7:30 pm ET on YouTube.com/TheRosaryNetwork — The recording is available right after the broadcast

The Victor Davis Hanson Show
The Classicist: Memories for Memorial Day

The Victor Davis Hanson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 48:16


Victor Davis Hanson and Jack Fowler discuss the firebombing of Japan, Battlefield Monuments Commission, and favorite war movies.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Candace
Memorial Day Special

Candace

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 23:46


In this episode of "Candace", host Candace Owens reflects on the sacrifices that our fallen heroes have made for our country; and former NHL player, Mike Fisher, tells the hilarious story of how he met his wife, Carrie Underwood. Plus, Candace weighs in on the ongoing Harry and Meghan media spectacle.

Fever Dreams
Banned from Q Con feat. Dave Weigel

Fever Dreams

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 55:09


You thought Michael Flynn calling for a coup was the most exciting thing to happen at the QAnon conference in Dallas over Memorial Day weekend? Think again, Fever Dreams fans, for just before the wacko retired general longingly wished for a Myanmar-style crackdown here in the U.S. of A., our very own beloved host Will Sommer got kicked out of QCon to a standing ovation. Also on this episode of Fever Dreams, our hosts talk to The Washington Post's Dave Weigel about the massive GOP push to crackdown on voting rights at the state and local levels, and they discuss how Trump's associates are trying, and failing, to get the former president to care about encouraging his base to get vaccinated. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Tuesday June 1 - Full Show

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 97:33


The Biden Administration has some tone-deaf tweets on Memorial Day Weekend. Mike Flynn cleans up a response to an audience member that there could be a Myanmar style coup in the US. Ron DeSantis pushes back on vaccine passports for cruise ships. The White House announces new actions to build back black wealth. Gov. Jim Justice announces they are giving away rifles and shotguns to vaccinated West Virginians. 1st graders at a private school were learning about masturbation through video. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the Olympics, Biden's Russia meeting and more.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobilehttps://PatriotMobile.com/DanaVisit PatriotMobile.com/Dana to enter the Be a Patriot promotion for a chance to win a free phone and cellular service for life. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.or/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Tommy John 5/31-6/3https://tommyjohn.com/DanaReturns and Exchanges are FREE and RIGHT NOW you'll get TWENTY PERCENT OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER at Tommyjohn.com/DANA.

The Newsmax Daily with Rob Carson
Biden's Memorial Day Disgrace! (6/1/21)

The Newsmax Daily with Rob Carson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 48:10


* Biden and Kamala Harris embarrass themselves and insult our fallen military heroes throughout the Memorial weekend  * Joe Biden's awful, woke speech at America's most sacred place, Arlington National Cemetery * ABC admits Trump was right again and China was the source of the Corona Virus * A radical speaker at a Black Panther rally in Tulsa says to "kill everything that's white."  * The founder of BLM, Patrisse Cullors, says that Israel should be destroyed * Newsmax's Grant Stinchfield talks with Sebastian Gorka about Joe Biden's insulting Arlington speech * Newsmax's Cortes & Pellegrino talk to former US National Intelligence Director Rick Grenell about the terrifying probability of a Kamala Harris presidency * Plus, a white liberal spanish teacher quits teaching because of white guilt and says it was cultural appropriation to teach the language

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Monday May 31 - Memorial Day Edition

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 39:29


A Texas lawmaker compares gun laws to wild west pimps, the editors of the Babylon Bee discuss their their creative processes, and a Microsoft Word font is racist.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobilehttps://PatriotMobile.com/DanaVisit PatriotMobile.com/Dana to enter the Be a Patriot promotion for a chance to win a free phone and cellular service for life. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world.

The Newsmax Daily with Rob Carson
The Dominos Begin To Fall (5/31/21)

The Newsmax Daily with Rob Carson

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 48:52


- The President gets all kinds of creepy during a recent public speech - Kamala Harris does a tragic comedic faceplant by saying Memorial Day weekend is just "a long weekend."  - Trump was right! It's looking like Coronavirus came from the Wuhan Lab in China! - Newsmax's Grant Stinchfield talks to KT McFarland about why she thinks China created COVID-19 - Rob notices that the Government's push for vaccines sure sounds a lot like a Pink Floyd song  - Spain's equality stamps accidentally makes darker skin-tone stamps less valuable! - Rob shares stories of the veterans who's touched his life as we celebrate Memorial Day 2021 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Daily Swole
#1851 - MEMORIAL DAY | Balls Deep Special Event

The Daily Swole

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 5:39


Thank you EVERYONE past, present and future that serves this amazing country! Today's episode is a SwoleFam Accountability meeting SPECIAL EVENT. Big releases and a huge celebration...why? Because we are the SwoleFam!! Check out our limited time Memorial Day Special Offer below to get started today.   MEMORIAL DAY SPECIAL OFFER: https://SwolenormousX.com/usa Free Swolega Class: https://www.swolenormousx.com/swolega Download the 7 Pillars Series HERE: https://www.swolenormousx.com/7-Pillars-Ebook Daily Swole Podcast LIVESTREAM Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/dailyswolepodcast

The Bill Bennett Show
Memorial Day Special

The Bill Bennett Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 7:07


On this special "mini episode" Bill is joined by Bing West to share their thoughts this memorial day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Cover to Cover Podcast with Chris Franjola
Ep 130: ARIANA GRANDE IS NOT SINGLE, MEMORIAL DAY IS TIME TO MINGLE

The Cover to Cover Podcast with Chris Franjola

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 71:13


It's a good one. Listen. Love. Review.https://www.patreon.com/franjolaFollow us: http://www.franjola.com/10% Off Ritual: ritual.com/FRANJOLAhttps://www.instagram.com/chrisfranjola/ https://www.instagram.com/conn.tv/