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American Conservative University
Makers and Takers: Why conservatives work harder, feel happier, have closer families, take fewer drugs, give more generously, value honesty more, are less materialistic and envious, whine less

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 45:07


Book- Makers and Takers: Why conservatives work harder, feel happier, have closer families, take fewer drugs, give more generously, value honesty more, are less materialistic and envious, whine less … and even hug their children more than liberals.  By Peter Schweizer. This is an ACU Encore presentation. Merry Christmas and a happy new Year! This audiobook excerpt serves as an introduction to this fine book. Purchase book at your favorite book seller.  In Makers and Takers you will discover why: * Seventy-one percent of conservatives say you have an obligation to care for a seriously injured spouse or parent versus less than half (46 percent) of liberals. * Conservatives have a better work ethic and are much less likely to call in sick than their liberal counterparts. * Liberals are 2½ times more likely to be resentful of others' success and 50 percent more likely to be jealous of other people's good luck. * Liberals are 2 times more likely to say it is okay to cheat the government out of welfare money you don't deserve. * Conservatives are more likely than liberals to hug their children and “significantly more likely” to display positive nurturing emotions. * Liberals are less trusting of family members and much less likely to stay in touch with their parents. * Do you get satisfaction from putting someone else's happiness ahead of your own? Fifty-five percent of conservatives said yes versus only 20 percent of liberals. * Rush Limbaugh, Ronald Reagan, Bill O'Reilly and Dick Cheney have given large sums of money to people in need, while Ted Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi, Michael Moore, and Al Gore have not. * Those who are “very liberal” are 3 times more likely than conservatives to throw things when they get angry. The American left prides itself on being superior to conservatives: more generous, less materialistic, more tolerant, more intellectual, and more selfless. For years scholars have constructed—and the media has pushed—elaborate theories designed to demonstrate that conservatives suffer from a host of personality defects and character flaws. According to these supposedly unbiased studies, conservatives are mean-spirited, greedy, selfish malcontents with authoritarian tendencies. Far from the belief of a few cranks, prominent liberals from John Kenneth Galbraith to Hillary Clinton have succumbed to these prejudices. But what do the facts show? Peter Schweizer has dug deep—through tax documents, scholarly data, primary opinion research surveys, and private records—and has discovered that these claims are a myth. Indeed, he shows that many of these claims actually apply more to liberals than conservatives. Much as he did in his bestseller Do as I Say (Not as I Do), he brings to light never-before-revealed facts that will upset conventional wisdom. Conservatives such as Ronald Reagan and Robert Bork have long argued that liberal policies promote social decay. Schweizer, using the latest data and research, exposes how, in general: * Liberals are more self-centered than conservatives. * Conservatives are more generous and charitable than liberals. * Liberals are more envious and less hardworking than conservatives. * Conservatives value truth more than liberals, and are less prone to cheating and lying. * Liberals are more angry than conservatives. * Conservatives are actually more knowledgeable than liberals. * Liberals are more dissatisfied and unhappy than conservatives. Schweizer argues that the failure lies in modern liberal ideas, which foster a self-centered, “if it feels good do it” attitude that leads liberals to outsource their responsibilities to the government and focus instead on themselves and their own desires.

American Conservative University
Makers and Takers: Why conservatives work harder, feel happier, have closer families, take fewer drugs, give more generously, value honesty more, are less materialistic and envious, whine less

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 45:07


Book- Makers and Takers: Why conservatives work harder, feel happier, have closer families, take fewer drugs, give more generously, value honesty more, are less materialistic and envious, whine less … and even hug their children more than liberals.  By Peter Schweizer. This is an ACU Encore presentation. Merry Christmas and a happy new Year! This audiobook excerpt serves as an introduction to this fine book. Purchase book at your favorite book seller.  In Makers and Takers you will discover why: * Seventy-one percent of conservatives say you have an obligation to care for a seriously injured spouse or parent versus less than half (46 percent) of liberals. * Conservatives have a better work ethic and are much less likely to call in sick than their liberal counterparts. * Liberals are 2½ times more likely to be resentful of others' success and 50 percent more likely to be jealous of other people's good luck. * Liberals are 2 times more likely to say it is okay to cheat the government out of welfare money you don't deserve. * Conservatives are more likely than liberals to hug their children and “significantly more likely” to display positive nurturing emotions. * Liberals are less trusting of family members and much less likely to stay in touch with their parents. * Do you get satisfaction from putting someone else's happiness ahead of your own? Fifty-five percent of conservatives said yes versus only 20 percent of liberals. * Rush Limbaugh, Ronald Reagan, Bill O'Reilly and Dick Cheney have given large sums of money to people in need, while Ted Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi, Michael Moore, and Al Gore have not. * Those who are “very liberal” are 3 times more likely than conservatives to throw things when they get angry. The American left prides itself on being superior to conservatives: more generous, less materialistic, more tolerant, more intellectual, and more selfless. For years scholars have constructed—and the media has pushed—elaborate theories designed to demonstrate that conservatives suffer from a host of personality defects and character flaws. According to these supposedly unbiased studies, conservatives are mean-spirited, greedy, selfish malcontents with authoritarian tendencies. Far from the belief of a few cranks, prominent liberals from John Kenneth Galbraith to Hillary Clinton have succumbed to these prejudices. But what do the facts show? Peter Schweizer has dug deep—through tax documents, scholarly data, primary opinion research surveys, and private records—and has discovered that these claims are a myth. Indeed, he shows that many of these claims actually apply more to liberals than conservatives. Much as he did in his bestseller Do as I Say (Not as I Do), he brings to light never-before-revealed facts that will upset conventional wisdom. Conservatives such as Ronald Reagan and Robert Bork have long argued that liberal policies promote social decay. Schweizer, using the latest data and research, exposes how, in general: * Liberals are more self-centered than conservatives. * Conservatives are more generous and charitable than liberals. * Liberals are more envious and less hardworking than conservatives. * Conservatives value truth more than liberals, and are less prone to cheating and lying. * Liberals are more angry than conservatives. * Conservatives are actually more knowledgeable than liberals. * Liberals are more dissatisfied and unhappy than conservatives. Schweizer argues that the failure lies in modern liberal ideas, which foster a self-centered, “if it feels good do it” attitude that leads liberals to outsource their responsibilities to the government and focus instead on themselves and their own desires.

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糖蒜广播

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 74:56


本周即将喜迎圣诞节,之后马上就是元旦新年来临,后面又陆陆续续迎来春节等各路土洋佳节,在这即将合家团聚、普天同庆的节假日里,我们@天糖电影苑 精挑细选了几部适合节庆期间观赏的电影,和大家共同分享这安逸祥和的节庆气氛。提前祝大家Merry Christmas

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections
Bonus: Athletics LLC S2 E37 'Merry Christmas' December 24, 2021

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 71:41


Merry Christmas to everyone who celebrates and happy holidays to those that it applies! Getting back into our normal digs, this week we start the shenanigans with some football talk...what say you? Who is the top WR in the NFL currently? Next, recognizing the award winners from last week's Bowerman award ceremony as well as touching on the Coaches' HOF...things that make you go hmmmm. With the majority of the indoor season about to ramp up, let's reflect and lay some ground for 2022 and what we would like to see...What did we miss? I KNOW y'all will let us know who we didn't think about. Lamar steps up for RAPID FIRE and HEART BEAT PROPS are always an enlightening time to reflect on. So as you wrap the last of your gifts, get ready to eat Santa's cookie and drink the milk...HAVE A GREAT HOLIDAY and stay healthy!!! Want to have an exploratory conversation about YOUR track equipment needs? Connect with us: Host Mike Cunningham on Twitter: @mikecunningham Email: sales@gillathletics.com Phone: 800-637-3090 Twitter: @GillAthletics Instagram: @GillAthletics1918 Facebook: facebook.com/gillathletics LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/gillathletics/

The Radio Vagabond
220 CARIBBEAN: Cruising in a Pandemic to Saint Lucia, Aruba & Curaçao

The Radio Vagabond

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 39:27


BONJOU FROM THE CARIBBEAN This week I'm going to take you to three different islands in the Caribbean. We will visit an independent UN nation Saint Lucia, then head over to two autonomous islands that are part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. CRUISING THROUGH THE PANDEMIC In August 2021, I explored Saint Lucia through a 12-day cruise with Celebrity Cruiselines. I was still traveling through the pandemic and knew that this would impact the cruise. There are stark differences between how we traveled back then and now.  For example, we all had to be fully vaccinated and present a negative COVID test. Instead of having a buffet lunch option during lunch, we had someone serving us lunch. However, we didn't have to wear a mask on the ship. There were also some excursion restrictions for some destinations that we visited, and I noticed that the itinerary had changed quite a bit. The original plan was that we would travel to six UN nations, and since I am one of those travelers that travel intending to visit every country in the world, this was one of the main attractions for me. I knew that this trip would see me mark my "visit 100 countries" goal.  However, that didn't happen, and I was a bit disappointed. Nevertheless, I made peace that things will not always go according to plan during a global pandemic. If you listen to the podcast, you will notice that I have touched on this in previous episodes. And sometimes, plans change during travel, and we have to accept, find solutions and move on. When you're on a cruise like this, the cruise line offers a few different tours or excursions on the port days. And because my trip happened in August 2021, we had to book a trip with the cruise line for some of the stops. That was the only way they would let us off the ship.  This is obviously to curb the spread of the virus and make sure that we only traveled with other fully vaccinated and tested people. And that was the case with Saint Lucia. DAY TRIPPING IN SAINT LUCIA I made my way through the checkpoints on the pier in Saint Lucia, and I managed to book a tram trip around the port city, the capital of Castries. The little yellow trolly train is run by a local company here in Saint Lucia, called Hibiscus Train. But then nature intervened. A rain cloud quickly came in and covered the melting hot sun almost instantly and we were almost left soaking wet on the pier (when we were sweating from the heat only moments before). Island life, hey. I grabbed a poncho and took shelter in a nearby building and waited for the downpour to subside. This kind of flash rain is a regular occurrence on these islands, as a quick cooling intermission to break up the heat. We travelled on a tram, well train, well, we weren't on tracks, so it was just a type of car dressed as a locomotive. It had a little roof thank goodness, so we had shelter from the rain. After a tour around the city with a few stops, like the cathedral The Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, we ended up at the exotic Vigie Beach, just on the other side of their tiny airport. Saint Lucia was so beautiful and the people are so friendly. Here are some interesting things that I learned. 7 FUN FACTS ABOUT SAINT LUCIA It is a small capital built on reclaimed land. Castries is the capital and largest city of Saint Lucia, the island country in the Caribbean. It's a small city in a small country, and the urban area has a population of only around 20,000 inhabitants. It is built on reclaimed land and has undergone several restorations after fire destruction. It is one of the smallest countries in the world. Saint Lucia is tiny, with 616 km 2 (238 sq miles). It is number 178 on the list of 193 (UN Nations) countries. It is smaller than Micronesia and Singapore and only slightly bigger than Andorra. (lidt større end Bornholm). The population of the country is only 184,000. It is the first country to be named after a woman. It's the first country to be named after a woman – Saint Lucy of Syracuse. It's one of just two countries in the world to be named after a woman. The other one is Ireland. Saint Lucia gained its independence in 1979 It gained its independence from Britain in 1979 after ownership of the island was swapped seven times between France & Britain in the 1800s. After 1979 it became a member of the Commonwealth. You can still feel a bit of Britain here. For example, they love playing cricket, driving on the left-hand side of the road, and English is still the official language even though 85% of the population also speak Saint Lucian Creole. It's hard to take a picture without their famous UNESCO landmark. Saint Lucia is home to the Pitons mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage site. As the island is small, it's hard to take a picture anywhere in Saint Lucia without the two mountain peaks visible. There are 21 different types of rum in just one region. Like many destinations in the Caribbean, rum is big business in Saint Lucia. And the Roseau region just south of the capital is home to 21 different types of rum. Over 70% of the island is covered in rainforest Saint Lucia has it all, from stunning beaches to mountain peaks, and then most of the country is covered in rainforests.  MEETING A FELLOW TRAVELLER ABOARD THE CELEBRITY CRUISE Most cruise lines in the world often have a team of people planning these excursions. On the Celebrity Cruise, I met Austria-born Jennifer Weiner, the Destinations Manager for the cruise. During our time at sea, Jennifer presented and shared relevant information with us on the big theatre on the ship. When she told us that she's been to almost 100 countries, partly because of her job, this sparked my mind, given my journey, and I thought I would ask her more about her story. She mentioned that she caught the travel bug at a very young age: “When I was little, I was envious of kids who were sent far off to boarding school. I saw it as an adventure, so I begged my mother to send me off, but she wanted me close. I think this was an early indication of my desire to explore. But then at age 17, I studied in Rome for a few months, which kickstarted my wanderlust.” She even went to study business after that, but her heart was always in travel. “After attending business school in Austria, I studied at a travel institute and became a travel agent. I started travelling a bit but soon realised the benefits of the job didn't allow me to travel as much as I wanted. A friend told me about cruise ships and then I started cruising as a travel agent. During one cruise, I thought to myself that the teams working on the ships looked like they had a lot of fun, so I applied, and the rest is history.” So, through hard work and serendipitous moments, she found herself working as a Senior Destinations Manager in Celebrity Cruiselines. It's fascinating to hear her story. She also mentioned that taking a cruise is one of the best ways to get to know a destination. You also get to meet with many people and learn about different places in a relaxed setting. Going on a Caribbean cruise like this and visiting many exotic destinations is exciting for us guests. Imagine having that as your job, as Jennifer has. “It's a lot of work, especially now that I am a manager. I don't get to get out as much as I used to but I try to give my team as much opportunity to get out as possible. About 40% of my time is dedicated to travel to my favourite continents, like Africa.” OUT OF AFRICA It's funny that Jennifer mentions Africa. This episode was recorded five months ago, and I'm editing it in my Airbnb apartment in Nairobi, Kenya this week. And in just 2 days I'm going to make it to my 100th country when I travel to Uganda on Friday morning. I was telling Jennifer about my future (now current) plans to visit Kenya and Uganda for my 100th country visited milestone, and she recounts some funny stories of her time in Kenya and Uganda. “Kenya is one of my most favourite places to visit. There's just something about it that holds a special place in my heart. Maybe because it was my first African country, but I just fell in love with it immediately. I love sleeping in a tent hearing the wildlife so close. In Uganda, I had a few close calls with gorillas in Uganda but overall, I love it.” She tells me more great stories about her visit to Uganda, particularly about the time she stroked a wild cheetah. Jennifer been cruising for 9 years now – and has visited 98 countries so far, and it was interesting to hear her stories. ARUBA, OH I WANT TO TAKE YA After exploring Saint Lucia by tram trolly, we got back on the ship and spent the night cruising to another island in the Caribbean. In the morning, we arrived at the Netherlands Antilles in the south westernmost part of the Caribbean Sea. More specifically, to the first of the ABC Islands – and this is the island you probably most know from the beginning of this song. Yes, Aruba, also known as ‘One Happy Island'. The other two ABC islands are Bonaire and Curaçao. Unfortunately, Bonaire wasn't a stop on this cruise itinerary – so only from A to C. Mario Arends, Cruise Manager at Aruba Tourism Authority, was kind enough to take us around his home island. “Aruba is part of the Dutch Caribbean Islands, which originally included the 6 islands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten) knows as the Dutch Antilles. In 1986, Aruba separated from the Antilles and became an autonomous nation within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In 2010, Curaçao and Sint Maarten did the same.” Mario tells me about the democratic government of Aruba and how it remains autonomous within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. And how the pandemic has hit the tourism industry in Aruba which accounts for about 80% of the island's GDP.  Aruba is a relatively small island, and there is so much more to do except visit the beautiful beach. You can do nature hikes, visit the nature park and do some cultural activities. Here are some TripAdvisor picks. SWINGING CURAÇAO The next day, we arrived at the 2nd of the three islands, Curaçao. It still uses the Dutch Guilder (the currency used in the Netherlands before the conversion to the Euro). I found my way to the oldest still operating pontoon bridge in the world, built in 1888. It spans 167 m (548 feet) from Punda to Otrabanda across the harbor of Willemstad on the island of Curaçao. Notable because this permanent bridge is hinged and opens regularly to enable the passage of oceangoing vessels. It swings open several times a day when boats need to go through. It is surrounded by beautifully coloured houses on each side that reminds me of a town in Copenhagen. It's called Queen Emma Bridge, but the locals call it the Swinging Old Lady. We walked across the old lady to the other side to a pink building called the Blue Experience which I was told sold the famous liquor. Unfortunately, it was closed due to the pandemic so instead, I walked around the area and found a group of guys on the pier laughing and telling jokes in a language I didn't understand. They were speaking Papiamento and one of the guys even taught me how to say thank you - macha dankie. MEET A TRAVELLING WELSHMAN IN NEXT EPISODE I do have a little bit more from the cruise in the next episode when I have an interesting conversation with another avid world traveller who's been to 96 countries. He's also a part of the Celebrity Cruise team and he's almost always on stage holding a microphone. Here's how I introduce him in the next episode: He's a public speaker, stand-up comedian, quiz master, magician, mind reader, DJ, genius dancer and arguably one of the most entertaining things to come out of Wales since Tom Jones. His name is Eddie Jenkins but on the cruise ship we all know him as "Cruise Director Eddie". You really don't wanna miss that conversation. Coming in a few days in your podcast feed. My name is Palle Bo, and I gotta keep moving. See you.     A TOUCHING LETTER FROM A LISTENER I always love getting reviews, comments and emails from listeners and followers. And this week, I would like to share this particular one. I got a very touching letter from Kenneth.  Hi Palle Bo. It's a great podcast you're producing, and I just got this from Spotify. He then attached a picture from Spotify that said: “My favorite podcast of the year is The Radio Vagabond” and that he's streamed a whopping 5.482 minutes. That's more than 91 hours! But this is not what blew my mind. It's what comes next in his email.  You have been a big part of my personal journey. Unfortunately, it's a journey I'm still on. In May I was hit by stress-related anxiety. The serious kind. To get through this hard time I started listening to your podcast. I've had it in my ears on my long daily walks and it has helped me control my thoughts and in this process, I'm still in – because listening to your exciting podcast, I've been able to focus on something else. In other words, your journey has been a big part of my inner journey and will continue to be that in 2022. It's been a tough battle for me and I hope I'm back to 100% soon. I want you to know that you are one of the people that has helped me to where I am today with your podcast. And for that, I thank you so much. Merry Christmas and happy new year. Keep up the good work. Kenneth    I can't even begin to express your email's impact on me, Kenneth. When I started this podcast in 2016, my goal was to give you tips, tricks, and ideas for your next trip. It was to let you follow my journey and maybe inspire you with my somewhat different life choice. Also, I was hoping to entertain you along the way. But if someone had told me that this podcast would be playing even just a tiny part in the recovery of stress-related anxiety, I would have said, "yeah, right." And your email came at a point where I was thinking, "I'm spending 3-4 full days just editing one 30-minute episode. What's the point? Is it worth the many hours of work I put into this"? But after reading your email, I got the motivation back, and for that, I thank you. Also, thank you for sharing, Kenneth. Get better soon. Keep me posted.   This episode is supported in part by Hotels25.com and produced by RadioGuru.co.uk.

Place to Be Nation POP
PTBN's NBA-Team: The Blip

Place to Be Nation POP

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 51:10


After a not-so-Merry Christmas for NBA fans during the Omicron variant surge, Adam Murray and Andrew Riche, Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team, have returned from the holiday break to start fresh on the new year for the 2021-22 NBA season. On this episode, they catch up on the replacement player wave, how teams are handling the health and safety protocol, and Kyrie Irving's road game return to the Nets. Is the worst wave of team stoppages behind us? Are the Atlanta Hawks going to miss the playoffs? Can Dirk Nowitzki score in an NBA game right now? Did Lance Stephenson really score 20 points in a quarter or was that a fever dream? Riche and Adam also discuss the Raptors' strange home court advantage... with no fans, DeMar DeRozan's buzzer beaters, the surging Memphis Grizzlies, and more! So suit up and take it out with the NBA-Team!

Enchanting Book Readings
Willie Bear's Christmas Wish

Enchanting Book Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 20:55


A world podcast premiere of "Willie Bear's Christmas Wish" children's book by Erik Daniel Shein. Erik is a Visionary, Novelist, Entrepreneur and Animal Welfare Advocate. Willie Bear is a broken ornament who can't participate in a magical event where all of the perfect ornaments are hung on the tree and they come to life at midnight each Christmas Eve. Willy wishes to be hung on the tree with the other ornaments and not be alone in the ornament box. Will Willie Bear get his wish this year? Make a wish with Willie Bear this Christmas :) Forward by Jan and Mickey Rooney (the actor!). Merry Christmas

The Hangar Z Podcast
Joel Lane USFS Air Attack

The Hangar Z Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 97:21


Happy belated New Year, and  Merry Christmas to everyone. We are excited to be back from our Christmas break.In this episode we talk with Joel Lane. Joel retired from the US Forest Service after 40 years of service. The first half of his career was spent on the ground working as a Hot Shot and Engine Captain. The second half of his career he spent in Air Attack as an Air Tactical Group Supervisor. Joel is the founder of Anchor Flank and Pinch, which is a training company that provides classroom and scenario based  live flight training for fixed-wing tanker pilots, aerial supervision pilots, and aerial supervisors. Joel is currently managing two fire aerial intelligence programs though out California. One for the Orange County Fire Authority and one for the California Office of Emergency Services. He is the lead Air Attack supervisor for the Quick Reaction Force program funded in part by Southern California Edison. This program provides 24/7 aerial fire suppression using Coulson aviation helicopters.

Enchanting Book Readings
Sleep Time Meditation

Enchanting Book Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 8:51


Relaxing sweet sleep Meditation For Kids by Sir Herbert Sneakies copyright. A Top 1% global kids podcast! Hitting #1 all around the world USA, Australia, Great Britian, Hong Kong, Russia, Canada & more :) Subscribe & download the pod for more fun stuff :) Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays from your friend Sir Herbert Sneakies! ;) Check out our cool merchandise :) https://enchantedbooks.godaddysites.com/ :) :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sneakies :) Support :) https://www.paypal.me/anonymouscontent Subscribe :) https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos Subscribe :) https://tinyurl.com/5h6xkwp9 Check out fun videos for kids at Storytime Fun! at YouTube Kids featuring world famous The Stinks! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xNo2VACSGg Enjoy our books at Amazon :) Thank you! Skip Boots Big Safari Adventure https://www.amazon.com/Skip-Boots-Big-Safari-Adventure/dp/1729091547 *Jack the Bear and Golden Hair * https://www.amazon.com/Jack-Bear-Golden-StorytellerUK2017-Adventures-ebook/dp/B010E479GE Adventures of Mooch the Pooch by Sir Herbert Sneakies https://www.amazon.com/Mooch-Pooch-Adventures-ebook/dp/B01LR86FK2 Blueber Goober the Monster In My Closet! https://www.amazon.com/Blueber-Goober-Monster-My-Closet-ebook/dp/B01LW1VMPQ/ Middel grade Wizard book series! Fabulous-you'll love it! Margaret Merlin's Journal The Battle of The Black Witch Book 1 a cool wizard seiries. https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Battle-Black-ebook/dp/B01634G3CK Please Subscribe to our YouTube:) Channel :) Storytime Fun! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCNwYcOSlx3rMRBfSuNrzPg?sub_confirmation=1 https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos Thank you!!! Public Commons music fair use.

7th Rounders Podcast
The Year is 2022

7th Rounders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 48:41


We are now in the Year 2022 but we're glad everyone is still here... -Merry Christmas and a happy new year to our beloved listeners -the guys breakdown their holiday -bowl season, kinda underwhelming? -the gamecocks are so back -the Rose Bowl never lets us down -analysis on the state of the college football playoff & preview for the CFP championship -NFL season has officially ended for the 7th rounders hosts. RIP Miami & Atlanta -playoff situations and revisiting super bowl prediction -guess the spread in college hoops --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-7th-rounders-podcast/support

The Morning After Ministry Show
175: New Year, Same Us

The Morning After Ministry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 44:59


We're talking getting back into the groove after Christmas, and our favorite gifts. We're diving into our resolutions for our selves and our churches. Tim is starting new service times, we're both starting a new series, and Timmy is be-ginning his final year of seminary.Merry Christmas everyone. See you in a few weeks!Be sure to like The Morning After Ministry on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/morningafterministry/instagram.com/morningaftermin and twitter.com/morningaftermin. Be sure to check out the other shows in the DYM Podcast Network!

BreakLines
Freedom

BreakLines

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 29:03


What in our modern (and inner) world is preventing us from being freer in mind and spirit?  Ugly sweater parties (1:36) Merry Christmas? (3:26) Music sample - Porridge Radio (9:42) Youtube's dislike button (10:41) Music sample - Anderson .Paak (12:51) Freedom (13:43)

Eden Revisited
Wrestling with Rest w/ Dr. Nathan Stucky (Ep. 36 Rebroadcast)

Eden Revisited

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 48:09


Did you set your New Year's resolutions? Was carving out a more intentional Sabbath one of them? This week we are republishing an awesome interview with Dr.  Nathan Stucky about his contemporary research and theological understanding of sabbath. It's certainly worth a re-listen, as we can always be fine tuning our approach experience the Divine in our rest. The team at Eden Revisited hopes you had a Merry Christmas and wishes you a Happy New Year! Stay tuned for more content, interviews, and banjo interludes in 2022!------How often do we wake up on a Sunday morning and really look forward to a day of rest, one where we see the day as an opportunity to stop and reflect on God's omnipotent grace? How can we "wake up" with work looming on Monday, chores to be completed, and activities to haul the kids off to? It can often seem like there is never a moment to breathe.In this episode, Tyler interviews Dr. Nathan Stucky, professor at Princeton Theological Seminary and founder of the Farminary. Nate grew up on a farm in Kansas, which is where he attributes his love of farming. He studied music at Bethel College, and spent six years as a youth minister before heading to graduate school at Princeton. Along with having his Doctoral degree he is also an ordained minister in the Mennonite tradition. Nate has recently been taking a close look at the role of Sabbath in our relationship with God. We discuss his recent book, Wrestling with Rest, which serves as a rich theological dive into the meaning of Sabbath in the midst of our busy contemporary lives.In our conversation we discuss God's vision of rest, from the creation story all the way to Jesus' living ministry. We examine our role in recognizing the pure gift and significant meaning of true Sabbath practice. We finish by discussing some of the innovative agricultural education that he and his students participate in at the Farminary. Leave us a Review!Take a few seconds and write a positive review on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. This helps us move up in the rankings and reach more people! Connect with the PodcastHave a question, topic idea, gardening tip, anything? Email us at edenrevisitedpodcast@gmail.com. We'd love to give you a sprout out.

Narushow
195: The Stinky Latch

Narushow

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 55:52


Episodes discussed: 393 & 414 We're back! After a full month of recording away, we...kinda forgot where we were. But that's okay, because just around this time, so did Naruto! Both Naruto and Sasuke get brutally killed, and then they took six months off. Merry Christmas, I guess? It's NARUSHOW!

Canadian Patriot Podcast
CPC330 - Farts per million

Canadian Patriot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 77:09


This week, Colt joins the panel, after arriving late. Andrew, Benny, Gavin, and Pierre are holding comments on the new year new lock-downs across Canada. Instead, we have mass surveillance using mobile phone data from 2020, 2022 federal tax increases, Toronto's unsurprising increase in firearms crimes, and 160 newly prohibited firearms have been surrounded so far.  Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 330 of Canadian Patriot Podcast. The number one book and rifle podcast in Canada. Recorded January 3, 2021 Andrew Colt Pierre Gavin Benny We'd love to hear your feedback about the show. Please visit  canadianpatriotpodcast.com/feedback/ or email us at feedback@canadianpatriotpodcast.com A version of the show is Available on Stitcher at and iTunes http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=77508&refid=stpr and iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/canadian-patriot-podcast/id1067964521?mt=2 We need your help! To support Canadian Patriot Podcast visit patreon.com/cpp and become a Patreon. You can get a better quality version of the show for just $1 per episode. Show you're not a communist,  buy a CPP T-Shirt, for just $24.99 + shipping and theft. Visit canadianpatriotpodcast.com home page and follow the link on the right. Sweater update! What are we drinking Andrew - Bench Brewing Company, Mountainview StoutPierre - Canadian whiskey Colt - Old Style PilsnerGavin - Jack & Diet PepsiBenny - Pc's Corona Patriot Challenge We're asking patriots to do 5 things everyday; Exercise for at least 45 minutes Practice a skill for at least 10 minutes Read a book for at least 15 minutes Drink at least 2 liters of water Complete 1 task that will improve your life Grab the template from our website and post it in your social media Section 74 Challenges GoFundMe link… https://www.gofundme.com/f/s74-appeals?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet   To get involved emails74process@gmail.c News Trudeau government admits it used mass surveillance during lockdown https://thepostmillennial.com/trudeau-government-used-mass-surveillance-during-lockdown Where is the main stream media coverage of this?   Canadians should have “zero trust” after feds spied on 33M devices: privacy expert https://tnc.news/2021/12/22/canadians-should-have-zero-trust-after-feds-spied-on-33m-devices-privacy-expert/ 25k Canadians used the Covid Alert App   2022 Tax Increases https://www.taxpayer.com/media/New-Years-Tax-Changes-2022.pdf Fed Income Tax $30,000 - $22 $40,000 +$3 $50,000 +$28 $60,000 +$111 $80,000 +$308 $100,000 +$308 $150,000 +$308 $200,000 +$322 CPP $333 employee and employer 5.54% increased to 5.7% EI Employee $63, Employer $89, maximum insurable earnings $56,300 increased to $60,300 Carbon Tax $40 per tonne increased to $50 per tonne, for gasoline this is 5.84 cents per liter to 11.05 cents Also applies to natural gas Second Carbon Tax   The federal government announced its intentions to impose a second carbon tax through fuel regulations. If fuel producers can't meet new requirements, they'll have to pay the second carbon tax. The federal government estimates the second carbon tax will increase the cost of gasoline by up to 11 cents per litre in 2030. The federal government's second carbon tax takes effect on Dec. 1, 2022   Alcohol based on inflation rate Taxes already account for about half of the price of beer, 65% of the price of wine  More than three quarters of the price of spirits Tobacco increase $4 per carton of cigarettes   GOLDSTEIN: Toronto's gun violence exploded after police street checks scrapped https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/goldstein-torontos-gun-violence-exploded-after-police-street-checks-scrapped 2014: 177 shootings, 76 injured, 27 killed. 2015: 288 shootings, 126 injured, 26 killed. 2016: 407 shootings, 152 injured, 41 killed. 2017: 392 shootings, 148 injured, 39 killed. 2018: 427 shootings, 178 injured, 51 killed. 2019: 492 shootings, 240 injured, 44 killed. 2020: 462 shootings, 178 injured, 39 killed. 2021: 392 shootings, 159 injured, 43 killed (as of Dec. 19). Hardly Any Canadians Have Turned In Their Now-Outlawed Firearms To The Government https://www.dailywire.com/news/hardly-any-canadians-have-turned-in-their-now-outlawed-firearms-to-the-government only turned in 160 to the government  What did they expect, there isn't a new law yet we just have to keep our “prohibited” property at hom Feedback From: KrisRE: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Hello Patriots! For the last podcast before XMas, I want to wish all of you and your loved ones Merry Christmas! Thank you for keeping spirits high all year long and for all courses, events and products you bring to the community. I hope for more! For the last episode in December (book club), I wonder if there is any hidden agenda behind picking this book now (I hope so). Very timely and may come extremely useful if things turn really bad. Stay strong! Kris Book Club January The True North Tradecraft Disaster Preparedness Guide: A Primer on Urban and Suburban Disaster Preparedness Boris Milinkovich Outro We're on discord now https://discord.gg/rwA4yeeaC8 Pierre - Off The Wall Customizing on facebook and instagram and email offthewallcustomizing@gmail.com Andrew - https://ragnaroktactical.ca/ Visit us at www.canadianpatriotpodcast.com   We value your opinions so please visit www.canadianpatriotpodcast.com/feedback/ or email us at feedback@canadianpatriotpodcast.com and let us know what you think.   Apologies to Rod Giltaca Remember “You are the True North Strong and Free”

Plaid Skirts & Basic Black
The Podcast Switch with Crushed the Podcast!

Plaid Skirts & Basic Black

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 57:16


Cohosts of Crushed the Podcast, Erin Raderstorf & Kiersten Lyons, join Marcia and Shannon for a light-hearted look at the latest installment in the Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe -  The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star, starring Vanessa Hudgens. We talk about peppermint martinis, our love for physical comedy, and the importance of setting boundaries. Merry Christmas!OffertoryShannon - An Evening with Silk Sonic Album, Ghirardelli Peppermint BarkErin - Breville Toaster Oven, Bagel ThinsMarcia - Sharpie gel pens, fun Christmas gift wrapKiersten - Woodstone Bakery & Cafe (Fayetteville, GA), So Coffee Oatmilk CreamerFollow Us!Podcasts: @psbbpodcast & @crushedpodcast (Instagram)Marcia: @stylishlycia (Twitter & Instagram)Shannon: @teamquarterblack (Instagram), @teamquarterblk (Twitter)Kiersten: @salutationslilsis (Instagram)Erin: @erinradar (Instagram)More Podcast Fun!Website: www.psbbpodcast.comEmail: plaidskirtsandbasicblack@gmail.comMerch: psbbpodcast.myspreadshop.comPatreon: patreon.com/psbbpodcast

New Hope UMC Sunday Sermon Podcast
"Fear Not: I AM WITH YOU" | Rev. Dr. Vicki Harrison | December 24, 2021

New Hope UMC Sunday Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 17:02


Thank you for catching up with us! Merry Christmas! This audio is of the sermon on "Fear Not: I AM WITH YOU" | Rev. Dr. Vicki Harrison | December 24, 2021. If you'd like to watch our full worship experience live, visit our Online Campus, go to findnewhope.online.church We're live Sundays at 9:00 am EST for our Traditional Service, at 11:00 am EST for our Modern service. Replays happen throughout the week! Watch the sermon and more here: https://www.findnewhope.com/archive Donate via PayPal to support the podcasts and the Technical Arts Ministry of New Hope! https://goo.gl/o2a9oU Subscribe to our New Hope Sunday Sermon Podcast on: * Apple Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/new-hope-umc-sunday-sermon-podcast/id1093524425?mt=2 * Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2habfMJ6S8jirQnpimNwHg?si=nKlvpZRrQYKnsJSJc6Du3Q) * Stitcher Radio - http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=87782&refid=stpr) * Subscribe on Android - http://subscribeonandroid.com/findnewhopesunday.libsyn.com/rss * Google Play - https://play.google.com/music/m/Ijonx62ajd5qwxv3qgxkizdqnva?t=New_Hope_UMC_Sunday_Sermon_Podcast) * YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFZw6j-ZlY45HU-m-lQ5XYuphsrbeJMsk Connect with New Hope: * Website: http://www.findnewhope.com/ * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/findnewhopefl * Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/findnewhope

St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church (Gilbert, AZ) Podcasts
Fathers Chris Axline Video Chat - Dec. 31, 2021

St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church (Gilbert, AZ) Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 3:39


Happy New Year! Hello St. Mary Magdalene, Today's video is a quick one but I wanted to give a cool update on our sanctuary. March 14, 2022 is our projected start date. This means we'll finish by June 1, 2022! Thank you for all of your prayers and support in getting to this point. I am excited for what this will do for our parish and am grateful for your support and for my team that's helped us get here. Also I pray that the Blessed and Holy Mother of God may watch over all of us and lead us closer to Jesus in this upcoming year. January 1, 2022 is the celebration of Mary the Mother of God, Mass will be at 9am that day, come and join us! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Fr. Chris Visit us: www.smarymag.org Donate online: https://membership.faithdirect.net/AZ754

Action Filmmaking Decoded- The Story of Action Films
Christmas Giveaway: Every Last One of Them

Action Filmmaking Decoded- The Story of Action Films

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 1:43


Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone! We're celebrating the season of giving with a little giveaway... we have 5 digital codes to view the new action thriller "Every Last One of Them!" "When Ex-Black Ops soldier Jake Hunter is desperate to find his missing daughter, he goes on a merciless quest for revenge to bring those responsible to justice..." it's a fun, gritty action piece and it's got the legendary Michael Madsen in it! To enter, just share one of our posts on social media with the hashtag #AFDgiveaway... and that's it! Do so by December 30th and we'll pick the winners at random! We're on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. And if you share on all three, we'll enter your name three times! Speaking of social media... - Find us at actiondecoded.com, on Instagram and Facebook at @ActionFilmmakingPodcast, or on Twitter @ActionDecoded If you enjoyed this episode, you can support us at Patreon.com/actionfilmmaking Subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or the podcast app of your choice Until next time, thanks for listening

The Twelve O'clock Siren
2021 Year In Review

The Twelve O'clock Siren

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 77:05


James joins Matthew via FaceTime audio to recap 2021.  Politics, world events, celebrations and tragedies.  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Enjoy!

Where’s My Lighter Podcast
Poddy & Bullsh*t!

Where’s My Lighter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 61:46


What Up Ya'll Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! The crew threw their first party! It was a viiiiibbeee to say the least, a vibe carefully curated by the pod's own Deadassam! Was Omarion in the building?  Are we going back to wearing masks? Seems like its getting real! Speaking of getting real, Chris whips up some chicken for the crew, and  a star was born in that Korean Sauce.  Speaking of sauce Berts been saucin' it up with his kick game. Safe to say Yesterday's Price Is Not Today's price! Does it still feel like Christmas to ya'll? Time's are a changin' for sure, apparently the future of basketball could be robotic, Chris got a Roomba... Robots are taking over! Are y'all down with it? Speaking of things you're down with, when is it a good time to release un peito around your significant other? All this and more, don't act brand new. Roll up, Pour up and tune in!

TrueLife
Mass Psychosis Formation

TrueLife

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 21:35


Speaker 0 (0s): Welcome everybody to the TrueLife podcast. Happy new year to everybody. Hope you don't have a great day. I am flying solo today, my cohost. And can it be here? So you just get, you just get George today. Hope everybody's having a great new year. I wanted to talk about a few topics that I find relatively interesting, and I think you'll find them interesting as well. First and foremost is what do you guys know about grasshoppers? You know, a lot about grasshoppers. I didn't know a lot about him either, but I've been reading up on him a little bit and I want to talk about how a grasshopper becomes a locust. I think you'll find this fascinating. I'm gonna have to look at my notes. So locus, like the ones that cause plagues and ravage the planet, they're actually a type of grasshopper and it's a type of grasshopper that undergoes a morphological change when it gets into large groups. So this transformation from a group of individual grasshoppers to a swarm of locusts, it results in plagues, famine, death, and just devastation. I want you to focus on a little bit, think about it like a regular grasshopper. Like how does it, it physically changes its form and to a group of locusts. And the reason that's important is because I think it dovetails nicely with what we as humans do. So I want to read to you a little bit about how the grasshopper becomes a locust and becomes a swarm. And it's going to get into how individuals think about like a Think about a big giant group of people like a mob, right at the mob mentality is a lot like the locust mentality. Let's figure out how a grasshopper becomes a locust, and then we can figure out how an individual person may succumb to kind of group think. So in specific climatic conditions, usually after heavy rains, causing a sudden flush of vegetation, followed in specific climatic conditions, when there's a heavy rain, all of a sudden there's plenty of vegetation out there and the grasshoppers are feeding, feeding, feeding, there's tons of vegetation and that particular condition, it leads to plentiful food. Plentiful food leads to rapid breeding, rapid breeding leads to and involved in a evolution and an increase in still more reproduction. And that is the catalyst that leads to the transformation from the grasshopper to the locus. So let's talk about the transformation for a minute. The transformation happens when the boom turns to bust when there's tons of vegetation and then all of a sudden there's no vegetation. So the grass opera starts scrambling. There's a ton of them and now there's no more food, right? And when those conditions caused the vegetation to die back, the food is, and then it restricts the feeding grounds. When this happens, the density of locusts increased further as they are forced into smaller and smaller areas of land. Once a critical mass is reached the grasshoppers begin to undergo a morphological change into that of the locus. It has been found that these changes are triggered by the individual grasshoppers. Having their back legs touched a certain number of times by other members of their species. This is generally caused because each locust is nipping at its neighbor in an effort to get enough food. The physical changes begin with a release of serotonin and other neurotransmitters. So, okay. Think about that particular example. And now think about us as humans. What happens to us when we run out of food? What happens to us when we're Cajun with tons of people, we kind of start nipping at each other's heels and we begin to change as a society. We begin to think different. We begin to see things different. You know, I had a friend that used to say, everything's, everything's fine until people stop making money. Right? Think about it in your neighborhood or where you grew up wet or what time you grew up. If you grew up in the eighties, like me in the nineties, when there's tons of money going around, you know, there's a lot more people that are willing to deal with problems, but when times get tough, people get pissed. And I think that that is kind of where we're at now. And the reason I bring that up is I really think that all the problems that we have in our life can be solved by looking at nature. And that's why I bring up the idea of the grasshopper turning into the locus, because I think that we right now are in this transition, we are in the transition of moving from like individual people into like this giant group thing. Like we're so polarized right now. And there's two big groups and the more polarized we get, the more hardcore the groups get the, the more stringent the ideology gets. And it seems now like there's just these two groups that don't even really want to talk to each other. Do they just want to reinforce one another's ideas about what's happening? And it brings up the point. I heard this new term called a mass formation psychosis. And if you just think about that for a minute, man, that's like a mouthful of words, right? Like mass formation, psychosis, like what the hell is that? Well, according to Dr. Malone on sub stack here, he looks at it like a crowd psychosis, the conditions to set up mass formation, psychosis include lack of social connectedness, which we are definitely feeling now a lack of social sense-making as well as large amounts of latent anxiety and passive aggression. Like that's all happening right now. Right? What, for me, I get stuck in because I want to, it seems to me like this is happening on purpose, but it matter if it's happening on purpose or if it's not happening on purpose, the fact is it's happening. We are in a position of a lack of social connectedness. We are being shown two different realities on TV. Or if you watch TV or wherever you consume your media at, there's two different sides of it. And whenever we set this up, you know, be it the locust or another example might be, if you look back at any of the world wars, there's usually two groups, globalism and nationalism, you know, no matter which example you want to look at, it seems like we're headed for some pretty tough times. And if you just take a cursory glance at history, you can see that, you know, people begin to change when they're subjected to stresses. And that's what we are right now. We are so subjected to some real, some real stressors. Like what do you guys think? Like, what do you think are the long-term consequences of our kids wearing masks at school? I had a recent conversation with my kids' teachers and we were speaking about how much communication has happens right here. You know, think about when you were in class and your teacher could just look at you and, and kind of give you like the, the eyes to make it be quiet, or think about maybe the girl or a guy you liked in school. And they would smile at you that there's so much communication that happens right here. And it seems to me that we are fundamentally denying our kids, that opportunity to learn that area. Well, what happens in 20 years when those kids haven't learned that, you know, one of the biggest problems we have communicate is, is communication, right? So when we restrict our children's ability to communicate or even teach them how to communicate, that's definitely going to have a lot of negative repercussions in five, 10 or 15 years from now. So bringing it back to the crowd psychosis, can you guys think of a time that you were in a crowd and it changed the way you think let's think of some more examples. How about, have you ever been to like a, a baseball game? Cause my cat Freddy, come on, Freddy, good apple. Have you been to like a baseball game or a football game? And you get so locked into the game that you forget your by yourself, you just feel like part of this crowd, right? Let's think about like, what about have some of, you seen some of these riots going on in, in areas that her, you know, probably a lot poorer than the area that you live in, hopefully like what's going on there at what point in time the people just say, you know what, I'm starting crushing this window. I'm going to break into this place or I'm going to go Rob this place. We usually, that happens when you realize that the consequences for you are not actually going to be held up, right? When, when there's a big group of people and your chances of getting caught are less, you're more willing to take chances like that. And it's like, when we're in that group, we're that grasshopper becoming the locust, all of a sudden, the way we communicate changes, the way we act changes, the way we think about consequences change. And you know, the, I really liked the idea of the look is because when it reaches a critical mass, there's no stopping it. These grasshoppers change and they become the locals and they swarm. And that's when you get plagues, that's when you get famine and that's when you could devastation. And if you look at the people around the world right now, whether it's in France, Germany, the Netherlands, the United States, there's giant groups, mobs of people. And they are, they are becoming the locus. Like we are becoming a locus. We are physically changing our ideas of what government education and the world means. And whether it's a conscious effort or an unconscious effort, it's happening around the world, that we are changing as people around the world. And when that happens, devastation follows, it may be necessary. It, it may be that we as a society, that we, as people, as we, as human beings have to change in order for us to move forward. Let's take another example. What happens when, when an animal gets sick, I think about an animal that is out in the wild and maybe it gets rabies or it gets a virus like say it gets rabies and it gets in their brain. But everybody remembers that movie Cujo. Remember that movie with that dog that got all nuts. Cause he got rabies and started attacking his owner, sort of acting all violent. Well, that dog was sick. That dog began getting aggressive. He was sick and he started, he wanted to kill everybody. We as a society, we, as people are like Cujo right now, you know, that would be, and it's not just Americans. It's everybody, human beings are Cujo right now. And we're sick. We're sick as a society and no one knows how to fix it. Could it be COVID could it be the virus could COVID could COVID be made up. Yeah, those are all possible things, but it doesn't matter what COVID is. If it's, if it's a man-made episode of lab or if it's natural, the fact is we, as a society are feeling the effects of being sick. And when that happens, we act out, we act out, we have to be rational. We are crazy. And you know, there's a good chance that part of us is dying. So I just can't get over the fact that, you know, if you, if you just think about us humankind as not coming into this world, but coming out of it, we as individuals are part of the planet, we're part of nature. And so we're subject to nature's laws, we're subject to the same sicknesses that animals get we're subject to the same transformations that nature does like the grasshopper into the locusts. And if, if this is the case, then it's ridiculous to think that the outcomes of our transformation would be different. Let's think about the word transformation like that word trans is in the lexicon so much lately, whether it's people transitioning or if it's, you know, just the word trans is everyone's over their lexicon. Might that be because we, as human beings are transitioning into something else, you know, the process of evolution never stops. We've been changing. We've been seeing the world different. We've been thinking different and thus the society and the world in which we live is changing. It's just fascinating to see it change in your lifetime as fast as it is. It seems like we're on the cusp of this acceleration that we've, we I'm in my forties and I have gone through what I thought was a pretty normal childhood. You know, you wake up, you go to school, you, you know, you go to, you know, go to a grade school, you go to middle school and you go to high school and you get out, you go to college, you get a job, but I want you to think for a minute about how that's all going away. Okay. Let's think about how that's all changing and maybe why that's good. When I look back, when I look at the family unit, the way I was brought up, it was brought up in the Western tradition of the mom and dad go to work. The kid gets dropped off at school, grandpa and grandma go to a restaurant. It's, it's pretty barbaric. If you think about it, like no one is there taking care of each other. It's just a family being completely split up. But you look at the Eastern traditions where, you know, there is the entire household that lives together. You have grandpa and grandma that live with mom and dad, and then the kid lives there. The kid has this unbelievable family unit that is able to embrace him or her and teach them and always have somebody there. So maybe this coming change in education is a good thing. Maybe some of the world in which we live, needs to be torn down so that we can rebuild it. You know, I'm not sure that the long term plan for education is a good one. It seems to me that what we're looking at going forward is everybody learning online. And the idea of that sounds beautiful. Like, you know, the idea of putting on a headset and learning about the Coliseum while being there in virtual reality, being taught by someone who thoroughly understands what the Coliseum is all about. Sounds beautiful. But in reality, that's probably not what's going to happen. How many people don't have access to broadband, how many people don't have access to a headset, how many people don't have access to the internet. So in order for this idea of education to be online, we really need a lot more infrastructure when it comes to the telecommunications infrastructure. I do think that education, as we know, it is a problem, but it seems to try and destroy education right now is even a bigger problem. So I just kind of had a quick one today about, I thought it was really interesting about the locust and the grasshopper transformation and where we're going as a society. So I just wanted to, wanted to jump in and talk about that with you guys. And I hope you guys all having a great new year and I'll be at a Merry Christmas. I hope that you're all looking forward to something beautiful in your life in the next year. And I want you to know and just be aware that the road going forward is probably going to be a bumpy one. It's probably going to be pretty tricky, but you should do your best to read more, watch less and think critically about the world going forward. I think it's always a good strategy to try and make everyone around. You better try to think about what it is the people around you need help with and then be that person that helps them. I think it's a beautiful way to look at your life and it's a beautiful way to have a strategy to make the world better is to see yourself in the light of this beautiful girl back here. I think a beautiful strategy in life is to try and notice in other people, the things that you like about yourself, what's up Barry. It's good to see you, buddy. So, yeah, that's what I think. What do you think, Barry? You got a, you got any ideas about what's happening in this world right now? What are you excited about and what do you got going on? My friend, anything good? What are you guys sky? Do you think none then? That's a pretty much what I got for today, guys. I, I love all you guys. Hope you guys are crushing it and we'll talk to you soon. All right. Hello? All right. 

Crossroads Church
Christmas Eve 2021

Crossroads Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022


Merry Christmas! We hope you had a wonderful Christmas and we thank you for being a part of the Crossroads network of peacemakers and for staying connected and up to date through the podcast. It's one of our many tools and we're so glad to connect with you here!Link to watch the whole service: https://vimeo.com/660316996

Word of Life AG Podcast
Christmas Eve 2021- Hope Breaks Through

Word of Life AG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 15:18


Merry Christmas!! We hope you are blessed and encouraged by our special Christmas Eve message from Pastor Tom JJ Wood! Want to learn more and get connected to our church family? Visit us online: https://www.wordoflifeag.org

Exterminatus Podcast
Yuletide Greetings

Exterminatus Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 72:29


Merry Christmas from the Exterminatus Podcast! This week we review the latest from Nottingham, Competitive news, and the ITC Top Ten leading into the final weeks of the season.

Meadowood Baptist Church
Merry Christmas and a “Mary” New Year – December 26, 2021

Meadowood Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 37:47


‘Now as they went on their way, Jesus entered a village. And a woman named Martha welcomed him into her house. And she had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord's feet and listened to his teaching. But Martha was distracted with much serving. And she went up to him and said, “Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me to serve alone? Tell her then to help me.” But the Lord answered her, “Martha, […] The post Merry Christmas and a “Mary” New Year – December 26, 2021 first appeared on Meadowood Baptist Church.

Brave Enough
TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS

Brave Enough

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 15:08


We have all heard the song “12 Days of Christmas” but did you know that the 12 days of Christmas begins with Christmas? Today we discuss the twelve days of Christmas. About Brave Enough:Brave Enough is here to remind you, you're not alone and that you have the strength to be Brave Enough for one more day. We want to join you in everyday life to bring you laughter, joy and friendship. To talk about, well, whatever is on our minds (and yours). We want to tackle the things that women face everyday … the good, the bad and the ugly ...When you add one simple word to Brave, it changes the very meaning … by definition Brave Enough means ... to endure or face unpleasant conditions or behavior without showing fear as required for that situation.Just enough bravery for one minute, one hour, one day, one obstacle at a time.We want to share life with you, so join us in the conversation by subscribing today:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beincouraged411/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beincouraged411/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BeInCouragedMomentsWebsite: www.be-in-couraged.comJoin the conversation by just listening or (we hope) by weighing in with your truths, questions and opinions. We don't just want the heavy stuff either, share the silly things that bring you joy.About Us:Larissa Johnson: I'm the proud mamma of the one and only perfect Marley. My world is her; I love being her mommy, and we are always out exploring. I have faced struggles in my life that I have not let define me, but they have made me the strong independent woman I am today. I enjoy college football, specifically my Ohio State Buckeyes! If it has to do with Star Wars, Pirates, Marvel or Disney, it is a safe bet with me. Horses and barrel racing hold a special place in my heart. [LEARN MORE]Jan Sherman: Being a mom to my son Brandon and two step-children is the best job in the world!  I also have three grandchildren that I am incredibly proud of.  My husband, Tim, and I have two Yorkies who are a part of our family and travel everywhere with us.  My heart is full!  I love football, NASCAR, and soccer, and enjoy hiking, kayaking, biking, and snowshoeing.  That fresh air keeps me young – LOL! [LEARN MORE]Brave Enough is produced by Larissa Johnson for Be-In-Couraged, an outreach of MSW Ministries, a 501(c)(3) organization.

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase
Is the Gospel Based On Pagan Myths?

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 30:28


It's the ThinkPod 12 Days of Christmas. 12 current cultural challenges answered with timeless biblical truth, by Joel Settecase and some of his friends. For more content like this, be sure to follow all of our guest hosts, and join the ThinkSquad group on Facebook, Gab and Signal. Merry Christmas from the Think Institute, and happy 2022 to you. In this episode, Dean Meadows answers a question that's been bouncing around the world wide net for a long time. In fact, it's been too long, and it's time to put this old dog down. Namely, we're talking about the accusation that the Gospel—the story of Jesus Christ's birth, life, death, and resurrection—is based on ancient, pagan myths. It would naturally follow, of course, that the events recorded in Scripture are not historical, and that your hope in Jesus Christ is in vain. So how should we respond? And how will you reply to your kids when they (inevitably) bring this challenge home? (Yes, even you homeschoolers will likely have to deal with this one eventually.) We need solid answers, and Dean Meadows does not disappoint. Dean Meadows is the Executive Director of The Daily Apologist. He holds a B.A. in Theology from the Bear Valley Bible Institute International; B.S. in Bible/Ministry from Amridge University; and an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. He's currently pursuing a MSc in Philosophy from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Access the Daily Apologist videos, podcasts, and articles at https://thedailyapologist.com. Catch Dean's discussion with Joel Settecase on the ThinkPod: “PRESUP VS. EVIDENTIALISM: WHICH APOLOGETIC IS BEST?”: https://thethink.institute/articles/when-making-disciples-gets-harder-get-smarter-6pzb3 Listen to the ThinkPod: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast Watch on YouTube: http://youtube.com/thethinkinstitute If this blessed you, consider supporting us: https://thethink.institute/partner Facebook: http://facebook.com/thethinkinstitute Twitter: http://twitter.com/thinkinst Mewe: http://mewe.com/i/thinkinstitute Gab: http://gab.com/thinkinstitute Minds: https://www.minds.com/thinkinstitute Catechize your kids: http://thethink.institute/catakids. Book Joel Settecase to speak: https://thethink.institute/booking Sign up for the email newsletter: http://thethink.institute/think-updates Join a course: http://thethink.institute/hammerandanvil Music Credits: Synthwave Intro 03 by TaigaSoundProd Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/7299-synthwave-intro-03 License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Merry Christmas Trap Intro by TaigaSoundProd Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/6947-merry-christmas-trap-intro License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Tribute by Frank Schröter Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8740-tribute License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast/message

Ham Radio 2.0
E785: Ham Radio Today - Merry Christmas Sales for 2021!

Ham Radio 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 23:21


Here are the links for today's Christmas and Shopping deals, and events, in Ham Radio:

HolidayMoons
The HolidayMoons Is Getting Final Preparations Complete for Christmas!!

HolidayMoons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 52:40


This podcast was created to share our love of the holidays, year-round, with you. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the HolidayMoons Podcast! Yes, we know that this is actually comes out just after New Year's Day, but, we just felt we had to share our final couples of weeks heading into Christmas 2021. We hope this week continues to find you cheery and joyful as the New Year begins! We hope that this New Year is filled with love, joy, health and many holiday adventures!!! Find out more on this week's episode! Join us, won't you, for this fun and informative, ad-free, and free-in-general, HolidayMoons podcast! www.stitcher.com/podcast/holidaymoons #holidaymoons #holidaymoonspodcast #christmas #christmas2021 #christmasmemories #familypodcast #funpodcast #freepodcast And you can follow us on the below social media sites: Twitter: @holiday_moonsInstagram: @holidaymoons Facebook Page and Group: holidaymoons Website: randalmoon.wixsite.com/holidaymoonsHolidayMoons was created because we love and celebrate holidays and seasons throughout the year, and we want to share our love with you. It includes decorating, going to festivals and events, watching related TV shows and movies, listening to seasonal music, cooking and eating, seasonal shopping, and best of all, enjoying how others, like you, have celebrated the holidays.

CoCoTALK!
Video episode 243 - CoCo New Year! Happy 2022

CoCoTALK!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 210:08


CoCoTALK! Episode 243 - CoCo New Year! Happy 2022 00:00:00 -Start/Intro 00:01:44 -Start of the show! 00:02:05 -Panel Introductions 00:07:30 -A special presentation by D. Bruce Moore & Rick Adams 00:20:20 -We paid the sound bill! 00:27:00 -Terry Steen, Dont watch/listen to this part, and no one tell him! 00:27:40 -Terry Steen, just skip to here! 00:29:25 -Game On! Results, With Nick Marotta! Featuring Ken of Canadian Retro Things 00:31:45 -Game On! discussion - Dragon Slayer 00:44:30 -Game On! discussion - Thexder 00:58:25 -Game On! Challenge LIVE report 01:14:14 -Game On! Game for next week, With(out) Nick Marotta! But... Featuring Ken of Canadian Retro Things 01:16:10 -Thank you Patrons! 01:17:45 -Are you on Discord? Join Here: Discord.CoCoTalk.Live 01:18:18 -Commercial Break 01:20:18 -Who's new to Discord? 01:20:25 -Who's new to Discord? (Take 2!) 01:22:34 -CoCoFest 2022! 01:23:43 -Game On! News, with L. Curtis Boyle 01:25:20 -Game On! News} Sheldon MacDonald- update on his Ice Brawlers, which I am waiting for! 01:28:42 -Game On! News} Jim Gerrie- Demon Attack, but compiled... and Tank... and Dropship... and more we dont even know about yet! 01:33:10 -Game On! News} tanam 1972/YT- Frogger port from "Gakken Compact Vision TV Boy" to MC-10 01:36:16 -Game On! News} Chris Hawkins/YT- "10 day Christmas Countdown" of Dragon games 01:3:31 -Game On! News} James Jones- Google doc on conversion of the 1K ZX-81 BASIC game to BASIC09 01:40:35 -Game On! News} Pere Serrat- AGD pack #43 released, #44 is next! 01:44:04 -Game On! News} Paul Shoemaker- Progress update on Dragon version of Poker Squares 01:47:43 -Game On! News} Paul Thayer/YT- VLOG #5 on upcoming CocoBan 01:51:51 -Game On! News} Neil Blanchard- GMC cartridge version of Ciaran Anscombs's Blockdown 01:53:13 -Game On! News} Sibling Rivalry (Tim & AJ)/YT- Episode 10, PitStop! (Hey AJ!  Tim cheated! ) 01:59:23 -Game On! News} LardDeus/YT- gameplay video/review of Dino Wars 02:01:07 -Game On! News} Retro PC- new game 'LIFT' (MC-10/Coco) 02:02:45 -End of Line for... Game On! News, with L. Curtis Boyle 02:03:03 -Commercial Break 02:05:15 -News, with L. Curtis Boyle **CoCo/General News** 02:05:35 -CoCo News} Glen Hewlett- blog post and video on his mod's to Simon Jonassens' dot plot demo 02:08:28 -CoCo News} Terry Steege@Retro Tech Time/YT- Commercial for CoCoFest 2022! 02:09:09 -CoCo News} Kevin Phillipson & Michael Rywalt- Updated video on "Turbo9" 02:13:27 -CoCo News} Allen Huffman- his  of the Logicker Vintage Computing Challenge and playing with bits 02:16:26 -CoCo News} 48KRAM/TW- stream demonstrating some Christmas programs, CoCo at Time Stamp-51:00 02:18:56 -CoCo News} AC's 8-bit Zone/YT- Next in sprite series, FPGA Sprite board! 02:24:00 -CoCo News} The Coco Crew- Released Episode #79! this is pack full of CoCo goodness! 02:28:10 -CoCo News} Alfredo Santos- pictures of his old Coco's from his attic, including older 4K Coco 1's 02:33:03 -Samuel Gimes??? 02:34:08 -CoCoTalk, New and IMPROVED! 02:34:54 -Back to the CoCoTalk streaming show! 02:36:46 -CoCo News} Brian Schubring- video and the Ultimuse file for playing "Carol of the Bells" via MIDI from the Coco 3 02:44:37 -Remove... um WHO?!? 02:44:55 -CoCo News} Rick Adams & D. Bruce Moore- re-mixed version of Nightmare Highway 02:45:15 -CoCo News} Simon Jonassen- sourcecode for his "infinite bobs" demo 02:46:06 -CoCo News} John Linville/YT- "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" performed on the GMC cartridge 02:46:46 -CoCo News} The Taylor and Amy Show/YT- upgrading a Coco 2 from 16K to 64K RAM, and then play Math Bingo 02:51:10 -CoCo News} NML32/YT- first alpha release of the free Coco 3 core for the MiSTer 02:53:20 -CoCo News} Color Computer Programming/YT- released more BASIC programming videos over the holidays **MC-10 News** 02:55:22 -MC-10 News} John Linville- found MC-10 PSU's at Jameco! **Dragon News** 03:00:33 -Dragon News} Tom Erik Gundersen- early Serial number model, #388! 03:01:10 -End of Line for... News, with L. Curtis Boyle 03:03:30 -Project Updates and Acquisitions 03:04:00 -PUA} Sloopy X. Malibu 03:07:20 -"OS-9? Never heard of it" -sloopy, just before he disappeared from this planet 03:14:34 -PUA} Rick Ulland 03:20:40 -PUA} Brian "The Music Man" Schubring 03:23:13 -Upcoming guests 03:23:53 -Outtro 03:26:46 -Encore playing of Nightmare Highway Country Remix 03:29:45 -CoCoTalk, now with better audio! 03:30:00 -Good Bye Everybody! Email any suggestions you have for the show to cocotalk@cocotalk.live Visit us on the web at http://cocotalk.live Join us for daily conversations on Discord: http://discord.cocotalk.live Custom artwork designed by Instagram artist Joel M. Adams: https://www.instagram.com/artistjoelm... Custom CoCoTALK! and retro merchandise is available at: http://8bit256.com Consider becoming a patron of the show: https://patreon.com/ogsteviestrow

CoCoTALK!
Episode 243 - CoCo New Year! Happy 2022

CoCoTALK!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 210:08


CoCoTALK! Episode 243 - CoCo New Year! Happy 2022 00:00:00 -Start/Intro 00:01:44 -Start of the show! 00:02:05 -Panel Introductions 00:07:30 -A special presentation by D. Bruce Moore & Rick Adams 00:20:20 -We paid the sound bill! 00:27:00 -Terry Steen, Dont watch/listen to this part, and no one tell him! 00:27:40 -Terry Steen, just skip to here! 00:29:25 -Game On! Results, With Nick Marotta! Featuring Ken of Canadian Retro Things 00:31:45 -Game On! discussion - Dragon Slayer 00:44:30 -Game On! discussion - Thexder 00:58:25 -Game On! Challenge LIVE report 01:14:14 -Game On! Game for next week, With(out) Nick Marotta! But... Featuring Ken of Canadian Retro Things 01:16:10 -Thank you Patrons! 01:17:45 -Are you on Discord? Join Here: Discord.CoCoTalk.Live 01:18:18 -Commercial Break 01:20:18 -Who's new to Discord? 01:20:25 -Who's new to Discord? (Take 2!) 01:22:34 -CoCoFest 2022! 01:23:43 -Game On! News, with L. Curtis Boyle 01:25:20 -Game On! News} Sheldon MacDonald- update on his Ice Brawlers, which I am waiting for! 01:28:42 -Game On! News} Jim Gerrie- Demon Attack, but compiled... and Tank... and Dropship... and more we dont even know about yet! 01:33:10 -Game On! News} tanam 1972/YT- Frogger port from "Gakken Compact Vision TV Boy" to MC-10 01:36:16 -Game On! News} Chris Hawkins/YT- "10 day Christmas Countdown" of Dragon games 01:3:31 -Game On! News} James Jones- Google doc on conversion of the 1K ZX-81 BASIC game to BASIC09 01:40:35 -Game On! News} Pere Serrat- AGD pack #43 released, #44 is next! 01:44:04 -Game On! News} Paul Shoemaker- Progress update on Dragon version of Poker Squares 01:47:43 -Game On! News} Paul Thayer/YT- VLOG #5 on upcoming CocoBan 01:51:51 -Game On! News} Neil Blanchard- GMC cartridge version of Ciaran Anscombs's Blockdown 01:53:13 -Game On! News} Sibling Rivalry (Tim & AJ)/YT- Episode 10, PitStop! (Hey AJ!  Tim cheated! ) 01:59:23 -Game On! News} LardDeus/YT- gameplay video/review of Dino Wars 02:01:07 -Game On! News} Retro PC- new game 'LIFT' (MC-10/Coco) 02:02:45 -End of Line for... Game On! News, with L. Curtis Boyle 02:03:03 -Commercial Break 02:05:15 -News, with L. Curtis Boyle **CoCo/General News** 02:05:35 -CoCo News} Glen Hewlett- blog post and video on his mod's to Simon Jonassens' dot plot demo 02:08:28 -CoCo News} Terry Steege@Retro Tech Time/YT- Commercial for CoCoFest 2022! 02:09:09 -CoCo News} Kevin Phillipson & Michael Rywalt- Updated video on "Turbo9" 02:13:27 -CoCo News} Allen Huffman- his  of the Logicker Vintage Computing Challenge and playing with bits 02:16:26 -CoCo News} 48KRAM/TW- stream demonstrating some Christmas programs, CoCo at Time Stamp-51:00 02:18:56 -CoCo News} AC's 8-bit Zone/YT- Next in sprite series, FPGA Sprite board! 02:24:00 -CoCo News} The Coco Crew- Released Episode #79! this is pack full of CoCo goodness! 02:28:10 -CoCo News} Alfredo Santos- pictures of his old Coco's from his attic, including older 4K Coco 1's 02:33:03 -Samuel Gimes??? 02:34:08 -CoCoTalk, New and IMPROVED! 02:34:54 -Back to the CoCoTalk streaming show! 02:36:46 -CoCo News} Brian Schubring- video and the Ultimuse file for playing "Carol of the Bells" via MIDI from the Coco 3 02:44:37 -Remove... um WHO?!? 02:44:55 -CoCo News} Rick Adams & D. Bruce Moore- re-mixed version of Nightmare Highway 02:45:15 -CoCo News} Simon Jonassen- sourcecode for his "infinite bobs" demo 02:46:06 -CoCo News} John Linville/YT- "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" performed on the GMC cartridge 02:46:46 -CoCo News} The Taylor and Amy Show/YT- upgrading a Coco 2 from 16K to 64K RAM, and then play Math Bingo 02:51:10 -CoCo News} NML32/YT- first alpha release of the free Coco 3 core for the MiSTer 02:53:20 -CoCo News} Color Computer Programming/YT- released more BASIC programming videos over the holidays **MC-10 News** 02:55:22 -MC-10 News} John Linville- found MC-10 PSU's at Jameco! **Dragon News** 03:00:33 -Dragon News} Tom Erik Gundersen- early Serial number model, #388! 03:01:10 -End of Line for... News, with L. Curtis Boyle 03:03:30 -Project Updates and Acquisitions 03:04:00 -PUA} Sloopy X. Malibu 03:07:20 -"OS-9? Never heard of it" -sloopy, just before he disappeared from this planet 03:14:34 -PUA} Rick Ulland 03:20:40 -PUA} Brian "The Music Man" Schubring 03:23:13 -Upcoming guests 03:23:53 -Outtro 03:26:46 -Encore playing of Nightmare Highway Country Remix 03:29:45 -CoCoTalk, now with better audio! 03:30:00 -Good Bye Everybody! Email any suggestions you have for the show to cocotalk@cocotalk.live Visit us on the web at http://cocotalk.live Join us for daily conversations on Discord: http://discord.cocotalk.live Custom artwork designed by Instagram artist Joel M. Adams: https://www.instagram.com/artistjoelm... Custom CoCoTALK! and retro merchandise is available at: http://8bit256.com Consider becoming a patron of the show: https://patreon.com/ogsteviestrow

The CG Social Show
Merry Christmas

The CG Social Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 105:03


We're back with a 2hr episode. We talk about Christmas time memories, your best present. Wacky but true. The fastest grocery line. Birthdays and special events.

Rolling Rocks Radio
Episode 69 - DUST, The Logistics of Injury, CNN and Dale Brown

Rolling Rocks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 102:53


On this week's episode of #RollingRocksRadio Jerry and Scott go back to the ongoing coverage of the guys at D.U.S.T and their new found online fame. In BJJ corner the guys talk about the logistics of injury and how to navigate the medical system. In Jerry's #Seriously this week we cover the latest infractions by the media and the guys let everyone know what they think of Dale Brown. Merry Christmas from the Rolling Rocks team! If you want to contact us with feedback, suggestions, or just to say "Hi" you can e-mail us at rollingrocksradio@protonmail.com Rolling Rocks Radio is also live on the socials. You can find us on Instagram and Twitter and now FACEBOOK! Don't forget Mike from OffYourBackBJJ is offering all our listeners $10 off a $50 dollar or more order. Be sure to head over to https://offyourbackbjj.com/ to check out the spring series preorder and use the code "RollingRocks" for your listener discount! You can find mike on the socials at: Instagram: OffYourBackBJJ Facebook: OffYourBackBJJ Support Total Defense Martial Arts team member Andrew Undercoffer (AKA G. Campbell) and check out his book Dames and Demons, a Steampunk/gumshoe/occult thriller. Available on Amazon in paperback and digital Thanks to the team at Total Defense Martial Arts in Staunton Virginia This episode's music is "But I Am Shafts Of Light" by Maeth. Used under the creative commons licence - Sourced from Free Music Archives --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

dude|CATHOLIC Podcast
Episode 213: On the Nativity part 1

dude|CATHOLIC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 25:28


Well Happy New Year! and Merry Christmas! Yes, it's still Christmas and what a proper time to continue the feasting and talk about the incarnation of our Lord and Savior. There's just too much to chew on, so go listen, share, join the conversation, give us a 5-star review, and connect with us via the inter-web's social media streams...Instagram:www.instagram.com/dudecatholic/Twitter (we hardly go on Twitter):www.twitter.com/dudecatholic1Facebook (we don't really monitor facebook):www.facebook.com/dudeCatholic/

Rhetoric in Retrospect
25. The Christmas Collection

Rhetoric in Retrospect

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 61:34


Aaaand we're back!! Celebrating a year since the release of our first episode, here are our musings on the Christmas season from a perspective you might not be familiar with. From Santa's eating habits to the harmful psychology of Elf on the Shelf to putting the Christ in Christmas, this episode will be sure to make you think a little deeper about commonly accepted holiday habits while making you giggle. We're glad to be back, and look forward to delivering more quality content in the coming weeks! A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from David, Max, and Ben.

Through My Eyes With 1 Eyed Willie
EPISODE 27: CYCLES Feat. Joey Phantom

Through My Eyes With 1 Eyed Willie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 128:04


          HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! WE ARE OUT WITH THE OLD AND IN WITH THE NEW. What is up EVERYBODY! I hope you all had a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year. Per usual I'd like to say Welcome back to the WORLDs iLLEST Podcast Through My Eyes with 1 Eyed Willie. It is now 2022 and we are on Season 2 Episode 27: CYCLES Feat. Joey Phantom.Packed inside this episode you can hear Joey and I spend some time chopping it up about Jack Harlow's recent concert series in Louisville, KY and the current state of the culture in Kentucky. From there Joey and I move into talk about the Jake Paul vs Woodley fight and thoughts about the outcome of the fight. After chatting about current news topics I dig into Joey's background and give him the opportunity to talk about growing up in Louisville, how his surroundings and upbringing shaped him into who he is today and how getting into trouble with the law and ending up on probation made him think about life and the direction he was headed. Joey goes into his family structure, what his mother and father did for a living to pay bills and provide for their family. Later in the interview Joey talks about how he excelled in high school inside of the classroom as well as with sports. During this time Joey would also grow a love for hip-hop culture through the like of Lil Wayne and others in the industry. From there Joey would decide to pick up his pen and begin to write and rap music. Joey has had the opportunity to work with various artists and producers within the industry, gives us a story about being in the studio with some big names in the business and talks about projects he has released in the past and his recent project CYCLES, a 7 track EP with tracks "Dear Lucy" and "Cycles". Tap in NOW and get familiar with Joey Phantom!Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/1EyedWillie)

Pocha Playlist: The KDrama Podcast
77. Our Beloved Summer (5-6) / The Silent Sea (1-4) / Bad & Crazy (1-2)

Pocha Playlist: The KDrama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 68:02


Merry Christmas from the Pocha Crew. Thanks for sticking with us this far. We have a packed schedule this week, we review 3 dramas...Our Beloved Summer (5-6) @ 20:56The Silent Sea (1-4) @ 38:59Bad & Crazy (1-2) @ 53:18Our Pocha Playlist 2021 Listeners Choice Awards are up on Instagram and Twitter and we will announce the winners next week!Next week we will continue watching Our Beloved Summer (7-8), The Silent Sea (5-8) and Bad & Crazy (3-4). Please leave us ratings and reviews on Apple Podcasts and also let us know if you have any ideas for what you want as Pocha Playlist merch!2021 Playlist:Move to HeavenThe Devil JudgeSquid GameMy NameHospital Playlist S2D.P.Hometown Cha-Cha-ChaNavilleraHellboundVincenzoYouth of MayNeverthelessMr. QueenTrue BeautyMouseLaw SchoolYou Raise Me UpTaxi DriverUncanny CounterHappinessDoom at your ServiceSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/pochaplaylist)

Cryo Pod Tapes
Episode 13 - Dreams of Christmas Black by Tom Zumwalt

Cryo Pod Tapes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 19:03


Rinn's husband Sam is in a self induced sleep on a machine that translates the sleepers dreams into their real meanings, but there is someone, or something inside his dreams that keeps showing up, and it appears to want Sam, but why? Along with the help of Rinn's friend Steve, they try to wake Sam up, but this creature doesn't seem to want that to happen.  Learn more about the Creator: https://www.tedhugginsaudio.com/Follow Cryo Pod Tapes on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryoPodTapesPodcastHope you had a Merry Christmas and wishing you a Happy New Year from Cryo Pod Tapes! See you in the next episodes in 2022.

The Costume Plot
33: A Boy Called Christmas & White Christmas

The Costume Plot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 60:01


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Costume Plot! Join us this week as we explore one brand new and one classic Christmas film. It's a festive time and a festive episode!Announcement: We are taking a short break and will be back on January 28! Mary Sue article about "White Christmas" and blackfaceFollow along with the visual analysis via these links!A Boy Called Christmas: Instagram, Pinterest White Christmas: Instagram, PinterestQuestions? Comments? Suggestions for future episodes? Email thecostumeplot@gmail.com. Follow us: Jojo Siu on IG @jojosiucostumes Sarah Timm on IG @breathcue, on Twitter @SarahTSews The Costume Plot on Youtube, Instagram, and TwitterPlease rate and review! For every review we get, we'll be donating $1 to Dress for Success. 

Mystery & Comedy Old Time Radio Podcast
Merry Christmas part 1

Mystery & Comedy Old Time Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 104:49


hi guys and welcome back to the mystery and comedy Old time radio podcast. please join me as i wish you guys a Merry Christmas to you and your family. i want to once again thank everyone who has listened and subscribed to my podcast I really do appreciate it. in today's episodes we celebrate Christmas with two old time radio classics. in first episode starting Ms Maire Wilson and Joan banks as Jane in CBS comedy show my friend Irma. we find that Irma has planned another Christmas Eve party for all her friends and unfortunately they all can't come to her party. she Irma is so heartbroken that she leaves and so Jane has a wonderful idea of giving Irma the best Christmas party ever. so Jane Irma's boyfriend and all their friends throw a Irma party in Ms O'Riley apartment. it is called Irma's Christmas party. in this second episode it's from the lux radio theater presentation of Walt Disney classic movie Pinocchio. in this show we find a well known carpenter named gapento who has made everything in the world but a child so he makes a little wooden boy and named him Pinocchio so for the little wooden boy he has quite an adventure with his friend and helper Jimmy cricket. I hope you guys enjoy Ms Marie Wilson and Joan banks as Jane in the CBS comedy show my friend Irma and the lux radio theater presentation of Walt Disney Pinocchio. please stay tuned to her Mr cliff Edwards and mr Bing Crosby and the andrews sisters sing a couple of Christmas songs. guys and please stay tuned for Merry Christmas part 2 tonight. and also guys please stay tuned for my new years eve and new years day part 2 on Friday night. please comment and subscribe, also guys I'm going to be giving you guys a quick update on new years day on future chances for 2022 and always remember guys to enjoy the show thanks.

Fly Guys Podcast
Playoffs?! You Kidding Me, Playoffs?!

Fly Guys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 38:20


The Miami Dolphins and the Philadelphia Eagles despite woeful starts to their seasons control their own destiny and can make the playoffs with the Eagles having the ability to clinch as soon as Sunday evening!Justin and Cameron discuss that and from all of us at the FGP HQ,  we hope you had a very Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year!

Ready Set Revue
Canon Fodder Episode: 20 Home Alone

Ready Set Revue

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 62:02


Welcome to Canon Fodder's second annual holiday special! This year we're discussing the Home Alone franchise. Yes, they made more than three of these movies; double that in fact. They should have stopped after two because really - how many parents are there in this world that consistently leave their kids at home when they go on lavish vacations? And how many of said semi-abandoned children are victims of break-ins? Man, these movies suck. Ever wonder what happened to Kevin? What about Buzz? Harry and Marv? Do Kevin's parents ever get arrested for gross neglect?? The good news is that we watched these shitty movies so you don't have to. Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals.

Don't Spoil The Ending
Episode 50 - The Matrix

Don't Spoil The Ending

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 145:31


The DSTE boys are back for a festive episode, and to celebrate the release of The Matrix Resurrections they are taking a deep dive down the rabbit hole to review the original classic. Also Sam talks about his Star Wars marathon, Ste tells us his games of the year, Joe sounds off on the year 1999 and John tries to decide whether or not he likes The Phantom Menace. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Dawgpound Downunder
Episode 24- Glass Half Full

Dawgpound Downunder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 76:58


Nothing stops the DawgPound Downunder and despite being stretched across 3 states Australia wide the fellas linked up to bring you a MONSTER episode. Our season hasn't quite gone to plan but until that final nail in hammered and that fat lady is singing we are backing the men in Orange and Brown all the way.We review the horrid loss to the Packers and look forward at the season defining, Monday Night clash with our arch rivals the Steelers. Is it Big Bens last home game? What odds to the DDU host give our Browns of making the playoffs? Will Matty Axten's glass ever not be half full? We try to answer all that and more! Hope you all had a vey Merry Christmas, thanks again for joining us on the 24th episode of the DawgPound Downunder.

Pop Your Cultural Cherry
EP 36 - Quick season 1 reflection & what to expect next

Pop Your Cultural Cherry

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 7:36


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone! Pop Your Cultural Cherry also turn 1. It's been a fun first season, getting to meet a lot of people through my episodes and also coming on other people's podcast. To anyone who has been listening, thank you for your support.This is a short episode  where I laydown my plans for season 2.Big thank you to Rewire for sponsoring my show. If you're interested in learning about an easy way to send money internationally. You can check them out by signing up with this linkIf you want to stay updated with the latest regarding the show, don't forget to follow us on Instagram or give us a like on Facebook.

Brian J. Pombo Live
Merry Christmas

Brian J. Pombo Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 1:20


Merry Christmas to you and yours. Transcription Merry Christmas from Brian Pombo. Welcome back to Brian J Pombo Live. This is Brian Pombo, and today I just want to wish you Merry Christmas. That’s it for today. I’m not going to get into anything heavy or anything else. Come on back tomorrow or next week. […] The post Merry Christmas

The Pro America Report with Ed Martin Podcast
Look for Joy in Impossible Situations | 12.23.2021 #ProAmericaReport

The Pro America Report with Ed Martin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 38:51


What You Need to Know about Looking for Joy in Impossible Situations! We should look for Joy in situations not just around Christmas but all year long. Kipp Harris, author of Improbable Joy talks about his story of finding Joy in unexpected places. Check out his website here — ImprobableJoy.com.  Daphne Barak and Erbil Bill, share their brand new book — Struggling for One America: Trump vs. Hollywood: The Two White Houses. America is not lost yet, there is still hope for us to become One America again and their book explains how! Get a copy of their book here! Eric Kampmann, co-owner of Republic Book Publishers, talks about the great authors and work coming out of Republic. Are we underestimating the effect of cancel culture, BLM, Critical Race Theory, and more on the speech? Check out EricKampmann.com.  Wrap up: Get a copy of this very impactful book — Improbable Joy. Merry Christmas everyone!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

All N: a Nintendo podcast
"The 2021 Christmas Special" - All N #81

All N: a Nintendo podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 132:22


✨ MERRY CHRISTMAS ✨ from All N: a Nintendo podcast! ♠️ ★

The Daily Standup
5 Days Of Christmas - Day 5 - The GREATEST Story Ever Told

The Daily Standup

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 7:48


Merry Christmas to you and your Family from the Team at AgileDad! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/agiledad/support