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RV Navigator
RV Navigator Episode 212 - Holiday wishes

RV Navigator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 44:18


Winter has greeted us as we return to our suburban Chicago base in time for the holidays. Seasons greetings in this episode extend to our expanded list of gift suggestions for you or your RV friends. We chat about the direction that our podcast has taken over the years. Is it still the RV Navigator or has the focus changed as our lives have changed (mainly due to the pandemic)? Although we share our travels with interested listeners, RVing is always at the heart of the podcast. We always appreciate your input and comments about our topics and focus. This is especially true as we tend to travel overseas without the RV. We'd love to take the RV on our distant travels, but that is not an option, so we do the next best thing, share our travels with interested listeners. As you know, it is important to us NOT to monetize our listeners. So much of the tech world is about money, but the RV Navigators don't expect or ask for your dollars either through advertising or subscription. So, we'll keep the moniker for the time being, and we hope to be more RV focused in the future. However the next year will be more travel outside our country as we head to Africa in January. I am sure that you'll enjoy our reports from these far off lands. We enjoying sharing and hearing about your reaction to our lifestyle. Beyond our Xmas gift list, we expand the list to include RV news and topics. Our best wishes the holiday season.

Broads You Should Know
ReBROADcast: Sacagawea — Navigator, translator, & mother during Lewis & Clark expedition

Broads You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 30:35


As we wrap up our revisit of some of our previously-aired Indigenous Broads, today we bring you Sam's deep dive on Sacagawea. While she's best known as the navigator during Lewis & Clark's expedition of the Louisiana Purchase, the truth is a bit more complicated than that. As a young girl Sacagawea was kidnapped and sold into slavery by a neighboring tribe, and was eventually sold to her now-husband, whom brought on the expedition. She played the role of navigator at some points during the journey, but she also had never been to most of the land they were exploring and had never seen the ocean. Her primary role on the expedition was actually as a translator and a beacon of peace to the other Indigenous tribes they encountered along the way. Listen now for the full story of Sacagawea and the truth about these "brave explorers" of North America.

Aircrew Interview
AI # 251 : Tornado GR1 Navigator in Combat : | Mal Craghill *PART 1*

Aircrew Interview

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:23


Former RAF Tornado GR1 nav, Mal Craghill, shares how he became a Tonka nav, his flying training, flying on large exercises, and being deployed to the Gulf for Op Granby, all wrapped up with some cracking stories. PS Mal also lets us know if aircrew get a “lunch hour”!Enjoy Visit our online shop: https://www.redbubble.com/people/acinterview/shopHelp keep the channel going:PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/aircrewinterviewDONATE - http://www.aircrewinterview.tv/donate/Purchase our Aviation Art Book, Volume One - https://amzn.to/3sehpaP Use our Amazon affiliate link when you purchase from Amazon as it costs you nothing extra and gives us a little kick back to help the channel to keep going - http://amzn.to/2iETputFollow us:https://www.aircrewinterview.tv/https://www.instagram.com/aircrew_interviewhttps://www.facebook.com/aircrewinterviewSupport the show

The Pool Guy Podcast Show
Hayward Navigator & Pool Vac V-Flex an Underrated Cleaner

The Pool Guy Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 17:24


Can the Hayward Navigator/Pool Vac be Underrated? Well at least one version of this cleaner is and that is the V-Flex version. There is a real difference between the V-Flex and the fixed turbine version and I go over that here for you. Leslie's Pro: Pool Service Pro, open a Wholesale account today! Customer referrals, free cleaner repairs, free water testing, open 7-days a week. It is fast and easy to become a Leslie's Preferred Pool Care Provider. https://lesliespool.com/commercial-services.html/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=spll&utm_campaign=spll

Forum Borealis
PRE-RELEASE: Loren Jeffries - A Native Elder on Ancient Mysteries (Pt. 1 of 2)

Forum Borealis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 97:23


This is a pre-release. All show notes will come when it is officially out on the video platforms. Recorded: 9 December 2021 Here you can get the book: http://www.mysticsofthemaya.com/ Errata: It sounds like I'm saying Columbus and his brother sold this map to the king of Portugal. Not so; the king of Portugal obtained  the map from Nicolo Conti some thirty years  before Christibol Colon was born. When Bartholomew went to work in the map-making office of Henry the Navigator, he became aware of the map, and he and his brother concocted a scheme, by which they would reconfigure the map, making the African Continent much larger to discourage the idea of sailing East, and using this to obtain financing for a voyage West. Whether he approached other monarchs beside Isabella and Ferdinand is unknown to me, but Spain bought into this scheme.  - Loren

Ag News Daily
November 22, 2022: #TechTuesday with Navigator CO2

Ag News Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Elizabeth Burns-Thompson of Navigator CO2 joins us to discuss the progress of their carbon pipeline.

THE Last Action Critics!
Episode 46- [S2]- Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

THE Last Action Critics!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 83:22


We welcome back SILAS to the show, to help break down all things Marvel, as well as mourn a king. We learn about the impressively deep well that is the Amityville Series, and mourn a great actor. There's Triath-a-tots and work stories, and mourning a great character. Other stuff, sad, mourning. An also, mourning, sad, still on it, and BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER Directed by: Ryan Coogler. Starring: Letitia Wright, Angela Basset, Tenoch Huerta, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Winston Duke, Dominique Thorne, Martin Freeman, Julia Louis-Drefus, Mabel Cadena and Many Other Talented People! 00:00:40- Welcome Back Silas! 00:50:00- First Thoughts 00:04:00- How Ya Been? 00:14:55- Whatcha Been Watchin'? (Ian- Flight of the Navigator, The Peripheral. Silas- Andor, Amitvyille...s. Will- Andor, Big Game, Limitless (2022), The English, The Calling) 00:26:25- Trailers 00:37:00- BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER 01:14:45- Ray Review 01:16:10- Essential 26 01:18:00- So Many Amityvilles! 01:20:40- Next Week. Bye! How Many Amityvilles Are There!?!?! only one way to find out... (That seems Pretty Simple Though) Enjoy! Instagram: @TheLastActionCritics Twitter: @THE_Lastcritics email: Thelastactioncritics@gmail.com Next Week: The Menu

The Mob Mentality Show
Demo of the Mob Programming RPG (Part 1) with Lisa Crispin, Joe Justice, and Willem Larsen

The Mob Mentality Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 36:36


Is mob programming a group of people watching one person type? Just a driver and a bunch of watchers? If not, what are some examples of things to do in the ensemble? What roles amplify learning, contribution, continuous improvement, and flow efficiency for all? How can people learn in a safe environment how to take on these mob roles? Come see the Mob Programming Role Playing Game in action with Chris, Austin, Lisa Crispin, Joe Justice, and Willem Larsen as they focus on role levels 1 and 2. After Willem, creator of the RPG game, introduces the game, they have a fantastic time embodying several roles including Driver, Navigator, Mobber, Researcher, and Sponsor. Not only do they seek to help each other take on the different mob roles, but they also seek to do it with kindness, consideration, and respect. We hope this episode inspires you to play the game with some colleagues and friends and "join the annals of the great mobs of history." P.S. Stay tuned next week for round 2 of the RPG in action for role levels 3+ Video and Show Notes: https://youtu.be/ixV8YG5vwyM 

Radio Record
Gvozd @ Record Club #1097 (18-11-2022)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022


01. Mountain - Cosmos (Soulvent) 02. Koven & Shockone - Collecting Thoughts 03. Matrix & Futurebound & Synth System & Anna Simone - Return To You 04. The Cardigans - My Favourite Game (Ozma Bootleg) 05. Symplex - Talk To Me 06. Kodeseven - Player One 07. Pegboard Nerds, Stonebank - Welcome To The Club (Sophon Remix) 08. Fractalone - Coginitive Dissonance 09. Inverter - Overdrive 10. Dropset - Dark Tower 11. Chaser & Malstrom - Magical (Neuropunk) 12. Screamarts - Everyday [Screamarts Master] 13. Fractalone - Illusions Of Reality 14. Chaser & Malstrom - Inertia 15. Lxt - Darkest Hour 16. Ron Keane - Time Of Expansion [Negative Sound Dub] 17. Scar, 2Nick8 - Count It Off (Metalheadz) 18. Sensi T - Truck Driver (Scalap Don Remix) 19. Portrait - The Purplest Cat 20. Serum - Wave Riders - Extended Mix 21. Cabin Fever - Rudebwoy (Coda Remix) 22. Bring The Beat Mack - Same Old Story 23. Dj Limited & Fatman D - Badboy Sound 24. Jedi - Enormous Weight 25. Gravit-E/Twisted Individual - A Dark Place 26. Pruf - Hotpot 27. Beat Merchants - Lets Play A Game 28. Original Sin & Sub Zero - Haunted 29. Macky Gee - Tears 30. Plazmonic & Joy Mobility - Inside (Dub) 31. Lixed & Netrek - Supersonic 32. Pruf - Killa Vox 33. Froidy/Shifu - Transition 34. Dutta - Evolve 35. Puzio/Clarkey - Bassline Wobbla 36. Teezy - Flux 37. Marvellous Cain - Roll Dat Shit (Zootella Fav) 38. Unglued - Peanut Butter Kid 39. Lundy - Afraid 40. Dj Rap - U Don't Know Me 41. Gunston - Black Palm 42. Jappa - Clash Vip [Ntm Mastered] 43. Jacob - Bowlcut 44. Gunston - Spanky 45. Jinx - Trust Me 46. Iskia & Ragga Twins - Bring The Fire 47. David Boomah, Navigator, Benny Page - Greatest Sound 48. Scar - Conductor 49. Pruf - Jungle Technics 50. Emz - E-Style (feat. Gemi) 51. Samurai Breaks & Arcane - Siren Wob 52. Random Movement/Jaybee - Quickened Pace 53. Emz - Stellar (feat. Sir Hiss) 54. Lernis - It's So Good [Negative Sound Dub] 55. Need For Mirrors - Nerd 56. Mc Fava, Alibi, Mc Fats - Mr Junglist Man 57. Wreckless - Lights Down 58. Scar, Naomi Pryor - Losing Your Mind 59. Esskay - What U Mean 2 Me 60. Askel & Elere X Shibumi - Alpheratz [Ntm Mastered] 61. Esskay - Breathe 62. Nichenka Zoryana - Comix Zon (Original Mix) 63. Hyrah - Surplus 64. Quae - Mackennas Gold 65. Carlito - Passenger (Liquid V) 66. Mc Fava, Command Strange - Choices

Let's Talk About Life
Return of the Navigator

Let's Talk About Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 21:58


Listen to Lee and Larry Elmore share their story of watching Lee's grandmother go blind and then learning she had the same disease.

Mining Stock Daily
Today's Market Commentary with Tony Greer

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 26:01


Its a tug-of-war between bulls and bears right now in the general markets. The Navigator's Tony Greer joins us today to provide his thoughts on what the markets are saying and why natural resources, including energy and metals, continue to be his number 1 play.

The NorthStar Narrative
An Inside Look at NorthStar's School Newspaper

The NorthStar Narrative

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 37:26


We are thrilled to have Mrs. April Meyer and Lydia Novak on the podcast today! Mrs. Meyer serves as the teacher advisor and Lydia as the Editor in Chief for our school newspaper, the NorthStar Navigator. Listen as Mrs. Meyer and Lydia share about what it is like to be a part of the newspaper and their vision for it moving forward; and be sure to visit the Navigator website to learn more and see all of the student articles! 

History of North America
155. Soldier, Navigator, Geographer

History of North America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 11:13


Throughout his life, Samuel de Champlain was a loyal Catholic soldier. As a young man, he learned to fight with the firearms of his time, acquiring this practical knowledge when serving with the army during the later stages of France's religious wars involving the Holy Catholic League in Brittany from 1594 to 98. During this time he attained the rank of Captain. His soldiering skills, along with his talents as a Navigator and Geographer, would later serve him well during his many adventures in North America. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/OZzGU4UEjcw which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, and diagrams. Go follow our YouTube page to enjoy additional Bonus content including original short 60 second capsules at https://bit.ly/3eprMpO Mark Vinet's TIMELINE video channel at https://youtube.com/c/TIMELINE_MarkVinet Get exclusive access to Bonus episodes, Ad-Free content, and Extra materials when joining our growing community on Patreon at https://patreon.com/markvinet and receive an eBook welcome GIFT or Donate on PayPal at https://bit.ly/3cx9OOL and also receive an eBook welcome GIFT. Denary Novels by Mark Vinet are available at https://amzn.to/33evMUj Website: https://markvinet.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/denarynovels Twitter: https://twitter.com/TIMELINEchannel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mark.vinet.9 YouTube Podcast Playlist: https://www.bit.ly/34tBizu Podcast: https://anchor.fm/mark-vinet TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@historyofnorthamerica Linktree: https://linktr.ee/WadeOrganization LibriVox: Founder of New France-A Chronicle of Champlain by C.W. Colby, read by K. McAsh

Plus Platoon
Ep. 89 - From the Vault: Flight of the Navigator

Plus Platoon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 37:37


Did “Flight of the Navigator” follow a winning path? Did the movie age well? Are the visuals still graphically interesting today? We’re traveling with David and MAX as we review this nostalgic classic from the Vault. The Plus Platoon is a weekly Disney+ Fan Podcast. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. Our podcast is also available on Pocket Casts, Spotify, and most other major podcast providers. You can also like and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @PlusPlatoon. If you have suggestions for shows to watch, e-mail us at PlusPlatoon@gmail.com . Please subscribe to our YouTube channel at: http://youtube.com/plusplatoon Please review and subscribe to our podcast on the following platforms (or most major podcast providers): Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/plus-platoon/id1583104072 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6n082qbxGMr5yZpb3iWiKy Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/plus-platoon Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9wbHVzLXBsYXRvb24uY2FzdG9zLmNvbS9mZWVk Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/e2826cf7-807d-4ae2-84df-0c5cf9396c93/plus-platoon

Professional Christian Coaching Today
The African Christian Coaching Movement #371

Professional Christian Coaching Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 44:13


The Christian Coaching movement is growing all over the globe, and in  today's episode, we get to hear first-hand accounts of what God is doing in the continent of Africa. Brian and Debi Zaas, Co-Directors of Navigators  Life and Leadership Coaching, Bora Francois from Rwanda, and Levi Ndimubanzi from Uganda shares exciting stories, glowing testimonies, and  tremendous insight from their recent “Coach Camp Africa.” Listen in to learn: • Key drivers that led Navigators Life and Leadership Coaching to  expand to 36 different countries • The developing coaching culture among the African leaders • Personal stories of how the Holy Spirit is at work in Africa • Insights we can learn from Africans and their commitment to coaching   Connect with our guests at: www.Navigators.org/coaching.   About Brian Zaas Brian Zaas, MA, PCC, CPLC, has the privilege of serving as Co-Director,  Navigators Life and Leadership Coaching as part of their Train, Develop,  and Care organization, serving alongside his wife, Debi. They are also  founders and transformational coaches with Pursuing Promise,  www.pursuingpromise.com.   Within Navigators, Brian & Debi have expanded their coaching presence in  more than 15 countries crossing all continents with the goal of equipping  leaders through a coach approach to achieve the God-sized goal of raising  up 1 million disciples in the next 10 years.   Brian and Debi coach business and ministry leaders and their teams,  integrating a biblical worldview and values into their vision and mission.  They coach influential leaders, exceptional entrepreneurs, and industrious  innovators who guide mid-sized and emerging business enterprises and  ministries seeking to achieve breakthrough goals with boldness and  steadfastness. We also come alongside pastoral and ministry leaders in  their missional organizations and churches to help them grow a disciple-making culture.   Brian's emphatic belief is that lordship and stewardship precede  entrepreneurship and leadership. God knows our full potential, He created  our passion, and through His Word, prayer, circumstances, and godly  counsel, God will grow us to be both difference-makers and disciple-makers in every life we touch and every enterprise we build. Brian and Debi have been married for 31 years and live near Tampa, FL. They are blessed with two daughters, Jenna & Kayla; and twin grandsons,  Noland & Nash.   About Debi Zaas   Debi Zaas – Lives in Tampa Bay area in Florida. She and Brian have been  married for 32 years and have two daughters and twin three-year-old  grandsons. She is Co-Director of Navigators Life and Leadership Coaching. After eight  years of serving with Navigator Church Ministries, she transitioned to HQ  with Navigators Train-Develop-Care in hopes of having a greater impact  within Navigators cross-missionally, cities, and beyond. Debi is passionate  about coaching and sees this as an important tool to reach the God-sized  goal of Navigators raising up 1 million disciple-makers in 2030.   She earned her Master's degree in Sports Psychology at the University of  Maryland where she ended a 20-year career in coaching gymnastics. Debi  obtained a Master level of coaching with the Institute of Professional  Excellence in Coaching and has a Professional Coaching Credential (PCC)  with the International Coaching Federation. (ICF). She is a Mentor Coach  and Instructor for Professional Christian Coaching Institute (PCCI) where  she has had the opportunity to walk alongside over 50 Navigators to grow  in their coaching skills to make disciples. Several of these Navigators are  Certified Coaches with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and  many are in pursuit of their ICF credential.   About Bora Francois   Bora Francois lives in Rwanda where he serves as Navigator's National  Director. He is married to Francine and has a 2-year-old son, Robero. Bora  is a PCCI student, Certified Navigator Life and Leadership Coach, and  Mentor in Training.   About Levi Ndimubanzi   Levi Ndimubanz lives in Uganda where he serves as Navigator's National  Director. He is married to Irene and has 2 daughters. He will soon be a  Certified Navigator Life & Leadership Coach, and he is a student at PCCI.

George Buhnici | #IGDLCC
CINE ESTE RADU alias @Viața De Navigator #IGDLCC 159

George Buhnici | #IGDLCC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 139:21


I-am admirat întotdeauna pe oamenii care reușesc să ducă la bun sfârșit un job departe de familie. I-am admirat pentru că știu că nu le e deloc ușor, și că să stai departe de cei dragi este poate cel mai greu mod de a îți câștiga traiul. Indiferent de cât de simplă sau de complexă este munca ta.Îl urmăresc de multă vreme pe Radu navigatorul, care reușește să povestească cu drag despre viața lui pe vapor. Mi-a trezit atât curiozitatea cât și interesul pentru această viață, și deși știu că eu nu aș putea face așa ceva, știu de asemenea că sunt mulți printre voi, departe de familii și de prieteni, care vor să își facă un rost în viață pe meleaguri străine.

The Same Convo
BUILDING OUR OWN ONE PIECE CREW!

The Same Convo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 37:29


Back with another anime segment and today, we build our own one piece crew. We will choose characters from the show to be our Navigator, Ship Wright, Gunner, Doctor, first mate and we will also choose our ship. Pt. 2 Coming Soon! WE DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO ANY MUSIC USED IN THIS AUDIO Music: Intense Hard Trap Hip Hop beat (Prod. by Nico on the beat) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1Qqo... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sinocism
Sinocism Podcast #5: 20th Party Congress and US-China Relations with Chris Johnson

Sinocism

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 59:34


Episode Notes:A discussion recently concluded 20th Party Congress and what to expect ahead in US China relations. I'm pleased to welcome back Chris Johnson, CEO of Consultancy China Strategies Group, Senior Fellow at the Asia Society Policy Institute Center for China Analysis and former Senior China analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency. This is the 7th Party Congress that Chris has analyzed professionally.Links:John Culver: How We Would Know When China Is Preparing to Invade Taiwan - Carnegie Endowment for International PeaceTranscript:Bill: Welcome back to the very occasional Sinocism podcast. Today we are going to talk about the recently concluded 20th Party Congress and what to expect ahead in US China relations. I'm pleased to welcome back Chris Johnson, CEO of Consultancy China Strategies Group, Senior Fellow at the Asia Society Policy Institute Center for China Analysis and former Senior China analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency. This is the 7th Party Congress that Chris has analyzed professionally. So we have a lot of experience here to help us understand what just happened. Chris, welcome back and thanks for taking the time.Chris: My pleasure. Always fun to be with you, Bill.Bill: Great. Well, why don't we jump right in. I'd like to talk about what you see as the most important outcomes from the Congress starting with personnel. What do you make of the leadership team from the central committee to the Politburo to the Standing Committee and what does that say about.Chris: Yeah, well, I, think clearly Xi Jinping had a massive win, you know, with personnel. I think we see this particularly in the Politburo Standing Committee, right, where on the key portfolios that really matter to him in terms of controlling the key levers of power inside the system. So we're talking propaganda, obviously, Uh, we're talking party bureaucracy, military less so, but security services, you know, these, these sort of areas all up and down the ballot he did very well.So that's obviously very important. And I think obviously then the dropping of the so-called Communist Youth League faction oriented people in Li Keqiang and Wang Yang and, and Hu Chunhua being  kind of unceremoniously kicked off the Politburo, that tells us that. He's not in the mood to compromise with any other  interest group.I prefer to call them rather than factions. Um, so that sort of suggests to us that, you know, models that rely on that kind of an analysis are dead. It has been kind of interesting in my mind to see how quickly though that, you know, analysts who tend to follow that framework already talking about the, uh, factional elements within Xi's faction, right?So, you know, it's gonna be the Shanghai people versus the Zhijiang Army versus the Fujian people. Bill: people say there's a Tsinghua factionChris: Right. The, the infamous, non infamous Tsinghua clique and, and and so on. But I think as we look more closely, I mean this is all kidding aside, if we look more closely at the individuals, what we see is obviously these people, you know, loyalty to Xi is, is sort of like necessary, but not necessarily sufficient in explaining who these people are. Also, I just always find it interesting, you know, somehow over. Wang Huning has become a Xi Jinping loyalist. I mean, obviously he plays an interesting role for Xj Jinping, but I don't think we should kid ourselves in noting that he's been kind of shunted aside Right by being pushed into the fourth position on the standing committee, which probably tells us that he will be going to oversee the Chinese People's Consultative Congress, which is, you know, kind of a do nothing body, you know, for the most part. And, um, you know, my sense has long been, One of Xi Jinping's, I think a couple factors there with Wang Huning.Sinocism is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.One is, you know, yes, he is very talented at sort of taking their very, uh, expansive, um, theoretical ideas and coming up with snappy, um, snappy sort of catchphrases, right? This is clearly his, um, his sort of claim to fame. But, you know, we had that article last year from the magazine, Palladium that kind of painted him as some sort of an éminence grise or a Rasputin like figure, you know, in terms of his role.Uh, you know, my sense has always been, uh, as one contact, put it to me one time. You know, the issue is that such analyses tend to confuse the musician with the conductor. In other words,  Xi Jinping.  is pretty good at ideology, right? And party history and the other things that I think the others had relied on.I think the second thing with Wang Huning is, um, in a way XI can't look at him I don't think, without sort of seeing here's a guy who's changed flags, as they would say, right? He served three very different leaders, Jiang Zemin, Hu Jintao, and now Xi , um, and, and continued on and I think at some level, uh, and we look at the rest of the appointments where it appears that, uh, loyalty was much more important than merit.Um, where that's also a question mark. So there's those issues I think on the Politburo. You know, you mentioned the, the Tsinghua clique it was very interesting. You had shared with me, uh, Desmond Shum of Red Roulette fame's Twitter stream sort of debunking, you know, this, this Tsinghua clique and saying, well, it turns out in fact that the new Shanghai Municipal Party Secretary Chen Jining can't stand Chen Xi, even though, you know, they both went to Tsinghua and were there at the same time and so on.Um, you know, who knows with Desmond Shum, but I think he knows some things, right? And, and, and it just a reminder to us all, I think, how little we understand right, about these relationships, especially now, uh, with Xi's concentration of power. And also a situation where we've had nearly three years of covid isolationBill: Right. And so it's really hard to go talk to people, even the fewer and fewer numbers, people who, who know something and can talk. Back to the standing committee. I, I think certainly just from friends and contacts the biggest surprise you know, I think, uh was Li Keqiang and Wang Yang not sticking around. And as that long explainer said without naming them they were good comrades who steps aside for the good of the party in the country,Chris: Because that happens so often,Bill: whatever that means. Um, but really the, the bigger surprise was that, oh, Cai Qi showing up. Who I think when you look at the standing committee, I think the general sense is, okay, the, these people are all, you know, not, they're loyal, but they're also competent, like Li Qiang, Chris: Right, Bill: The likely new premier number two on the standing committee is pretty competent. The Shanghai lockdown, disaster aside, Cai Qi on the other hand, was just, looks more like, it's just straight up loyalty to Xi. I think he was not really on anybody's short list of who was gonna make it on there. And so, it does feel like something happened, right?Chris: Yeah. Well, um, a couple things there. I think, um, one, let's start with the. The issue you raised about the economic team cuz I think that's actually very important. Um, you know, I, at some level, sometimes I feel like I'm sort of tiring my, of my role as official narrative buster or a windmill tilter.Uh, whether, whether it's pushback from Li Keqiang or the myth of the savior premier as I was calling it, which, uh, we didn't see, or that these norms actually aren't very enduring and it's really about power politics. I, I think I'm kind of onto a new one now, which is, you know, Xi Jin ping's new team of incompetent sycophants.Right? That's kind of the label that's, uh, come out in a lot of the takes, uh, since the Congress. But to your point, I mean, you know, Li Qiang has run the three most important economic powerhouses on China's east coast, either as governor or as party chief. Right. He seems to have had a, a good relationship with both.Private sector businesses and, and foreign, you know, people forget that, you know, he got the Tesla plant built in Shanghai in a year basically. Right. And it's, uh, responsible for a very significant amount of, of Tesla's total input of vehicles. Output of vehicles. Excuse me. Um, likewise, I hear that Ding Xuexiang, even though we don't know a lot about him, uh, was rather instrumental in things.Breaking the log jam with the US uh, over the de-listing of Chinese ADRs, uh, that he had played an important role in convincing Xi Jinping it would not be a good idea, for example, to, uh, you know, we're already seeing, uh, sort of decoupling on the technology side. It would not be a good idea to encourage the Americans to decouple financially as well. So the point is I think we need to just all kind of calm down, right? And, and see how these people perform in office. He Lifeng, I think is perhaps, you know, maybe more of a question mark, but, But here too, I think it's important for us to think about how their system worksThe political report sets the frame, right? It tells us what. Okay, this is the ideological construct we're working off of, or our interpretation, our dialectical interpretation of what's going on. And that, I think the signal there was what I like to call this fortress economy, right? So self-sufficiency and technology and so on.And so then when we look at the Politburo appointments, you can see that they align pretty closely to that agenda, right? These people who've worked in state firms or scientists and you know, so on and forth.Bill: Aerospace, defenseChris: Yeah, Aerospace. Very close alignment with that agenda. I'm not saying this is the right choice for China or that it even will be successful, I'm just saying it makes sense, you know,Bill: And it is not just sycophants it is actually loyal but some expertise or experience in these key sectors Chris: Exactly.  Yeah, and, and, and, and of interest as well. You know, even people who have overlapped with Xi Jinping. How much overlap did they have? How much exposure did they have? You know, there's a lot of discussion, for example, about the new propaganda boss, Li Shulei being very close to Xi and likewise Shi Taifeng.Right? Uh, both of whom were vice presidents at the party school when, when Xi also was there. Um, but remember, you know, he was understudy to Hu Jintao at the time, you know, I mean, the party school thing was a very small part of his portfolio and they were ranked lower, you know, amongst the vice presidents of the party school.So how much actual interaction did he have? So there too, you know, I think, uh, obviously. , yes these people will do what Xi Jinping wants them to do, but that doesn't mean they're not competent. On Cai Qi, I agree with you. I think it's, it's, it's difficult. You know, my speculation would be a couple of things.One, proximity matters, right? He's been sitting in Beijing the last five years, so he is, had the opportunity to, uh, be close to the boss and, and impact that. I've heard some suggestions from contacts, which I think makes some. He was seen as more strictly enforcing the zero Covid policy. Right. In part because he is sitting in Beijing than say a Chen Min'er, right.Who arguably was a other stroke better, you know, candidate for that position on the Politburo standing committee. And there, you know, it will be interesting to see, you know, we're not sure the musical chairs have not yet finished. Right. The post party Congress for people getting new jobs. But you know, for example, if Chen Min'er stays out in Chongqing, that seems like a bit of a loss for him.Bill: Yeah, he needs to go somewhere else if he's got any hope of, um, sort of, But so one thing, sorry. One thing on the Politburo I thought was really interesting, and I know we've talked about offline, um, is that the first time the head of the Ministry State Security was, was. Promoted into the Politburo - Chen Wenqing.  And now he is the Secretary of the Central Political Legal Affairs Commission, the party body that oversees the entire security services system and legal system. and what do you think that says about priorities and, and, and where Xi sees things going?Chris: Well, I think it definitely aligns with this concept of Xi Jiping's of comprehensive national security. Right. We've, we've seen and heard and read a lot about that and it seems that the, uh, number of types of security endlessly proliferate, I think we're up to 13 or 14Bill: Everything is National Security in Xi's China.Chris: Yeah. Everything is, is national security. Uh, that's one thing I think it's interesting perhaps in the, in the frame of, you know, in an era where they are becoming a bigger power and therefore, uh, have more resources and so on. You know, is that role that's played by the Ministry of State Security, which is, you know, they have this unique role, don't they?They're in a way, they're sort of the US' Central Intelligence Agency and, and FBI, Federal Bureau of Investigation combined, and that they do have that internal security role as well, but, They are the foreign civilian anyway, uh, foreign intelligence collection arm. So perhaps, you know, over time there's been some sense that they realized, yes, cyber was great for certain things, but you still need human intelligence.Uh, you know, we don't know how well or not Chen Wenqing has performed, but you know, obviously there, this has been a relentless campaign, you know, the search for spies and so on and so forth. Um, I also think it says something about what we seem to be seeing emerging here, which is an effort to take what previously were these, you know, warring, uh, administrative or ministerial factions, right, of the Ministry of Public Security MPS, the MSS, uh, and even the party's, uh, discipline watchdog, the, uh, Central Commission on Discipline inspection, you know, in an effort to sort of knit those guys into one whole.And you know, it is interesting.Chen wending has experience in all three of those. He started off, I think as a street cop. Um, he did serve on the discipline inspection commission under, uh, Wang Qishan when things were, you know, really going  in that department in the early part of, Xi's tenure and then he's headed, uh, the Ministry of State Security.I think, you know, even more interesting probably is. The, uh, formation of the new secretariat, right? Where we have both Chen Wenqing on there and also Wang Xiaohong as a minister of Public Security, but also as a deputy on the CPLAC, right? And a seat on the secretariat. And if we look at the, um, The gentleman who's number two in the discipline inspection, uh, space, he was a longtime police officer as well.So that's very unusual. You know, uh, his name's escaping me at the moment. But, um, you know, so in effect you have basically three people on the Secretariat with security backgrounds and, you know, that's important. It means other portfolios that might be on the secretariat that have been dumped, right? So it shows something about the prioritization, uh, of security.And I think it's interesting, you know, we've, we've often struggled to understand what is the National Security Commission, how does it function, You know, these sort of things. And it's, it's still, you know, absolutely clear as mud. But what was interesting was that, you know, from whatever that early design was that had some aspect at least of looking a bit like the US style, National Security Commission, they took on a much more sort of internal looking flavor.And it had always been my sort of thought that one of the reasons Xi Jinping created this thing was to break down, you know, those institutional rivalries and barriers and force, you know, coordination on these, on these institutions. So, you know, bottom line, I think what we're seeing is a real effort by Xi Jinping to You know, knit together a comprehensive, unified, and very effective, you know, stifling, really security apparatus. And, uh, I don't expect to see that change anytime soon. And then, you know, as you and I have been discussing recently, we also have, uh, another Xi loyalist Chen Yixin showing up as Chen Wenqing's successor right at the Ministry of State SecurityBill: And he remains Secretary General of the Political and Legal Affairs Commission too.Chris: Exactly. So, you know, from, from a, a sheet home where Xi Jinping five years ago arguably had very loose control, if at all, we now have a situation where he's totally dominant. Bill: I think the, the official on the Secretariat, I think it's Liu Jinguo.Chris: That's the one. Yes. Thank you. I'm getting old…Bill: He also has, has a long history of the Ministry of Public Security system. Um, but yeah, it does, it does seem like it's a, it's a real, I mean it, I I, I don't wanna use the word securitization, but it does like this is the indication of a, of a real, sort of, it just sort of fits with the, the general trend  towards much more focus on national security. I mean, what about on the, the Central Military Commission? Right? Because one of the surprises was, um, again, and this is where the norms were broken, where you have Zhang Youxia, who should have retired based on his age, but he's 72, he's on the Politburo he stays as a vice chair of the CMCChris: Yep. Yeah, no, at, at, at the rip old age of 72. It's a little hard, uh, to think of him, you know, mounting a tank or something  to go invade Taiwan or whatever the, you know, whatever the case may be. But, you know, I, I think here again, the narratives might be off base a little bit, you know, it's this issue of, you know, well he's just picked, you know, these sycophantic loyalists, He's a guy who has combat experience, right?And that's increasingly rare. Um, I don't think it's any surprise that. That himself. And, uh, the, uh, uh, gentleman on the CMC, uh, Li, who is now heading the, um, Joint Chiefs of Staff, he also has Vietnam combat experience, not from 79, but from the, uh, the border incursions that went on into the80s. Um, so it's not that surprising really.But, but obviously, you know, Zhang Youxia is very close to Xi Jinping, their father's fought together, right? Um, and they have that sort of, uh, blood tie and Xi is signaling, I want, uh, I. Political control and also technologically or, or, um, you know, operationally competent people. I think the other fascinating piece is we see once again no vice chairman from the political commissar iatside of the PLA.I think that's very interesting. You know, a lot of people, including myself, were betting that Miao HuaWould, would, would get the promotion. He didn't, you know, we can't know. But my sense is in a way, Xi Jiping is still punishing that side of the PLA for Xu Caihou's misdoings. Right. You know, and that's very interesting in and of itself.Also, it may be a signal that I don't need a political commissar vice chairman because I handle the politicsBill: And, and, and he, yeah. And in this, this new era that the, the next phase of the Xi era, it, it is, uh, everybody knows, right? It's, it's all about loyalty to Xi.Chris: we just saw right, uh, today, you know, uh, yet, yet more instructions about the CMC responsibilities, Chairman, responsibility systems. Bill: Unfortunately they didn't release the full text but it would be fascinating to see what's in there.Chris: And they never do on these things, which is, uh, which is tough. But, um, you know, I think we have a general sense of what would be in it, . But, but even that itself, right, you know, is a very major thing that people, you know, didn't really pick up. Certain scholars, certainly like James Mulvenon and other people who are really good on this stuff noticed it. But this shift under Hu Jintao was a CMC vice chairman responsibility system. In other words, he was subletting the operational matters certainly to his uniformed officers, Xi Jinping doesn't do thatBill: Well, this, and here we are, right where he can indeed I mean, I, I had written in the newsletter, um, you know, that she had, I thought, I think he ran the table in terms of personnel.Chris: Oh, completely. Yeah.Bill: And this is why it is interesting he kept around folks like Wang Huning, but we'll move on. The next question I had really was about Xi's report to the party Congress and we had talked, I think you'd also, um, you've talked about on our previous podcasts, I mean there, there seems to be a pretty significant shift in the way Xi is talking about the geopolitical environment and their assessment and how they see the world. Can you talk about a little bit?Chris: Yeah, I mean, I think definitely we saw some shifts there and, uh, you know, you and I have talked a lot about it. You know, there are problems with word counting, right? You know, and when you look at the thing and you just do a machine search, and it's like, okay, well security was mentioned 350 times or whatever, but, but the, you know, in what context?Right. Um, and, uh, our, uh, mutual admiration society, the, uh, the China Media project, uh, I thought they did an excellent piece on that sort of saying, Remember, it's the words that go around the buzzword that matter, you know, just as much. But what we can say unequivocally is that two very important touchstones that kind of explain their thinking on their perception of not only their external environment, but really kind of their internal environment, which had been in the last several political reports, now are gone. And those are this idea of China's enjoying a period of strategic opportunity and this idea that peace and development are the underlying trend of the times. And, you know, on the period of strategic opportunity, I think it's important for a couple reasons. One, just to kind of break that down for our listeners in a way that's not, you know, sort of, uh, CCP speak, , uh, the, the basic idea was that China judged that it's external security environment was sufficiently benign, that they could focus their energies on economic development.Right? So obviously that's very important. I also think it was an important governor, and I don't think I've seen anything out there talking about its absence in this, uh, political report on this topic, It was a, it was an important governor on sort of breakneck Chinese military development, sort of like the Soviet Union, right?In other words, as long as you were, you know, sort of judging that your external environment was largely benign, you. Didn't really have a justification to have a massive defense budget or to be pushy, you know, in the neighborhood, these sort of things. And people might poo poo that and sort of say, Well, you know, this is all just rhetoric and so on. No, they actually tend to Bill: Oh, that's interesting. Well, then that fits a little bit, right, Cuz they added the, the wording around strategic deterrence in the report as well  which is seen as a, you know, modernizing, expanding their nuclear forces, right?Chris: Exactly, right. So, you know, that's, uh, an important absence and the fact that, you know, the word, again, word searching, right. Um, strategic and opportunity are both in there, but they're separated and balanced by this risks and challenges, languages and, and so on. Bill: Right the language is very starkly different. Chris: Yeah. And then likewise on, on peace and development. This one, as you know, is, is even older, right? It goes back to the early eighties, I believe, uh, that it's been in, in these political reports. And, uh, you know, there again, the idea was sort of not only was this notion that peace and economic development were the dominant, you know, sort of trend internationally, globally, they would be an enduring one. You know, this idea of the trend of the times, right? Um, now that's missing. So what has replaced it in both these cases is this spirit of struggle, right? Um, and so that's a pretty stark departure and that in my mind just sort of is a real throwback to what you could call the period of maximum danger for the regime in the sixties, right? When they had just split off with the Soviets and they were still facing unremitting hostility from the west after the Korean War experience and, and so on. So, you know, there's definitely a, a decided effort there. I think also we should view the removal of these concepts as a culmination of a campaign that Xi Jinping has been on for a while.You know, as you and I have discussed many times before, from the minute he arrived, he began, I think, to paint this darker picture of the exterior environment. And he seems to have always wanted to create a sort of sense of urgency, certainly maybe even crisis. And I think a big part of that is to justifying the power grab, right? If the world outside is hostile, you need, you know, a strongman. Bill: Well that was a lot of the propaganda going into the Party of Congress about the need for sort of a navigator helmsman because know, we we're, we're closest we have ever been to the great rejuvenation, but it's gonna be really hard and we need sort of strong leadership right. It was, it was all building to that. This is why Ci needs to stay for as long as he wants to stay.Chris: and I think we saw that reflected again just the other day in this Long People's Daily piece by Ding Xuexing, right, Where he's talking again about the need for unity, the throwback, as you mentioned in your newsletter to Mao's commentary, there is not to be lost on any of us you know, the fact that the Politburo standing committee's. Uh, first field trip is out to Yan'an, right? I mean, you know, these are messages, right? The aren't coincidental.Bill: No, it, it is. The thing that's also about the report that's interesting is that while there was, speaking of word counts, there was no mention of the United States, but it certainly feels like that was the primary backdrop for this entire discussion around. So the, the shifting geopolitical, uh, assessments and this broader, you know, and I think one of the things that I, and I want to talk to as we get into this, a little bit about US China relations, but is it she has come to the conclusion that the US is implacably effectively hostile, and there is no way that they're gonna get through this without some sort of a broader struggle?Chris: I don't know if they, you know, feel that conflict is inevitable. In fact, I kind of assume they don't think that because that's pretty grim picture for them, you know? Um, but I, I do think there's this notion that. They've now had two years to observe the Biden administration. Right? And to some degree, I think it's fair to say that by certain parties in the US, Xi Jinping, maybe not Xi Jinping, but a Wang Qishan or some of these characters were sold a bit of a bag of goods, right?Oh, don't worry, he's not Trump, he's gonna, things will be calmer. We're gonna get back to dialogue and you know, so on and so forth. And that really hasn't happened. And when we look at. Um, when we look at measures like the recent, chip restrictions, which I'm sure we'll discuss at some point, you know, that would've been, you know, the, the wildest dream, right of certain members of the Trump administration to do something that, uh, that's that firm, right? So, um, I think the conclusion of the Politburo then must be, this is baked into the cake, right? It's bipartisan. Um, the earliest we'll see any kind of a turn here is 2024. I think they probably feel. Um, and therefore suddenly things like a no limits partnership with Russia, right, start to make more sense. Um, but would really makes sense in that if that is your framing, and I think it is, and you therefore see the Europeans as like a swing, right, in this equation. This should be a great visit, right, for Chancellor Scholz, uh, and uh, I can't remember if it was you I was reading or someone else here in the last day or so, but this idea that if the Chinese are smart, they would get rid of these sanctions on Bill: That was me. Well, that was in my newsletterChris: Yeah. Parliamentary leaders and you know, Absolutely. Right. You know, that's a no brainer, but. I don't think they're gonna do it , but, but you know, this idea definitely that, and, and when they talk in the political report, you know, it, it's, it's like, sir, not appearing in this film, right, from Money Python, but we know who the people who are doing the bullying, you know, uh, is and the long armed jurisdiction and , so on and so forth and all, I mean, all kidding aside, I think, you know, they will see something like the chip restrictions effectively as a declaration of economic war. I don't think that's going too far to say that.Bill: It goes to the heart of their sort of technological project around rejuvenation. I mean, it is, it is a significant. sort of set of really kind of a, I would think, from the Chinese perspective aggressive policies against them,Chris: Yeah, and I mean, enforcement will be key and we'll see if, you know, licenses are granted and how it's done. And we saw, you know, already some, some backing off there with regard to this US person, uh, restriction and so on. But, but you know, it's still pretty tough stuff. There's no two ways aboutBill: No, and I, I wonder, and I worry that here in DC. You know, where the mood is very hawkish. If, if people here really fully appreciate sort of the shift that's taking, that seems to be taking place in Beijing and how these actions are viewed.Chris: Well, I, I think that's a really, you put your hand on it really, really interesting way, Bill, because, you know, let's face it really since the Trump trade war started, right? We've all analysts, you know, pundits, uh, even businesses and government people have been sort of saying, you know, when are the Chinese gonna punch back? You know, when are they going to retaliate? Right? And we talk about rare earths and we talk about Apple and TeslaBill: They slapped some sanctions on people but they kind of a jokeChris:  And I guess what I'm saying is I kind of worry we're missing the forest from the trees. Right. You know, the, the, the work report tells us, the political report tells us how they're reacting. Right. And it is hardening the system, moving toward this fortress economy, you know, so on and so forth. And I wanna be real clear here, you know, they're not doing this just because they're reacting to the United States. Xi Jinping presumably wanted to do this all along, but I don't think we can say that the actions they perceive as hostile from the US aren't playing a pretty major role in allowing him to accelerate.Bill: Well, they called me. Great. You justifying great Accelerationist, right? Trump was called that as well, and, and that, that's what worries me too, is we're in. Kind of toxic spiral where, where they see us doing something and then they react. We see them do something and we react and, and it doesn't feel like sort of there's any sort of a governor or a break and I don't see how we figure that out.Chris: Well, I think, you know, and I'm sure we'll come to this later in our discussion, but you know, uh, yes, that's true, but you know, I'm always deeply skeptical of these inevitability memes, whether it's, you know, Thucydides trap or, you know, these other things. Last time I checked, there is something called political agency, right?In other words, leaders can make choices and they can lead if they want to, right? They have an opportunity to do so at in Bali, and you know, we'll have to see some of the, you know, early indications are perhaps they're looking at sort of a longer meeting. So that would suggest maybe there will be some discussion of some of these longstanding issues.Maybe we will see some of the usual, you know, deliverable type stuff. So there's an opportunity. I, I think one question is, can the domestic politics on either side allow for seizing that opportunity? You know, that's an open.Bill: Interesting. There's a couple things in the party constitution, which I think going into the Congress, you know, they told us they were gonna amend the Constitution. There were expectations that it, the amendments were gonna reflect an increase in Xi's power, uh, things like this, this idea of the two establishments, uh, which for listeners are * "To establish the status of Comrade Xi Jinping as the core of the Party's Central Committee and of the whole Party"* "To establish the guiding role of Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for the New Era"The thinking, and I, I certainly believe that, I thought that they would write that in. There was some talk that, uh, Xi Jinping Thought the longer version would be truncated to just Xi Jinping thought. that possibly he might get, a, a sort of another title like People's Leader. None of those happened. One thing that did happen, What's officially translated by the Chinese side in English as the two upholds- “Uphold the 'core' status of General Secretary Xi Jinping within the CC and “Uphold the centralized authority of the Party” those were written in. And so the question is, was there some kind of pushback or are we misreading we what mattered? And actually the two upholds are more important than the two of establishes.Chris: Well, I, and I think it, this may be a multiple choice answer, right? There might be elements of all the above in there. Uh, you know, I think it is important that he didn't get the truncation to Xi Jinping thought. You have to think that that was something he was keen on. In retrospect, it may be that it was something akin. I've always felt, you know, another thing that was on the table that didn't happen was reestablishing the party chairmanship. My view had always been he was using that largely as a bargaining chip. That, you know, in some ways it creates more trouble than it's worth you. If you're gonna have a chairman, you probably have to have vice chairman and what does that say about the succession? I mean, of course he could have, you know, a couple of geezers on there.  as vice chairman too. , But I, my view was always is he was holding that out there to trade away. Right. You know, at, at the last minute. Um, maybe that's what happened with Xi Jinping thought. I don't know.You know, uh, there have been some media articles, one of which, You and I were discussing yesterday from, uh, the Japanese, uh, publication Nikkei, you know, that suggested that, you know, the elders had, this was their last gasp, right? So the Jiang Zemins and the Zeng Qinghongs and Hu Jinataos, so on. Um, I'm a little skeptical of that. It is possible. Uh, but, um, I, I'd be a little skeptical of that. You know, it's, it's not at all clear that they had any kind of a role, you know, even at Beidaihe this year and so on, Jiang Zemin didn't even attend the Party Congress so clearly, you know, he must be pretty frail or he thought it was not with his time. You know, a little hard to say, but, you know, I kind of struggle with the notion that, you know, the 105 year old Song Ping gets up on a chair or something and starts,  starts making trouble. Right. You know, uh, the poor man's probably lucky if he stays awake during the meeting. Bill: One question, and again, because of the, just, you know, how much more opaque Chinese politics are than the really I think they've ever been. Um, but just one question. It mean, is it possible, for example, that you know, it's more important to get the personnel done. It's more, and then once you get your, you stack the central committee, you get the politburo, you get the standing committee, that these things are sort of a next phase.Chris: yeah, it's entirely possible and, and I think it, it, it does dovetail with this idea that, you know, another reflection from both the political report and the lineup in my mind, is Xi Jinping is a man in a hurry. Right? And he's kind of projected that, as you said, the great accelerator since he arrived.But I think he sees this next five years is really fundamental, right in terms of breaking through on these chokepoint technologies as they call them. You know, these sort of things. And so maybe therefore having the right people in place to handle, you know, uh, speedier policy, execution, you know, was more important.Likewise, I mean, he's sort of telegraphing, He's gonna be around for a while, right? No successor, no visible successor anywhere. Bill: A successor would need likely need five years on the standing committee. So we're looking at ten more years.Chris: Yes, exactly. And so there will be time. The other thing is, um, Xi Jinping is a, is a sort of determined fellow, right? You know, so of interest, even before the 19th Party Congress, I'd been hearing very strong rumors that the notion of lingxiu was out there, that he was contemplating it, right? And so then we see the buildup with, uh, Renmin lingxiu and so on and so forth.And, you know, it didn't happen clearly at the 19th. It didn't happen. But it doesn't mean it won't, you know, at some point. And I think it's really important also to think about, you know, We just saw a pretty serious, um, enterprise of the, you know, quote unquote norm busting, right? So what's to say that mid-course in this five years, he doesn't, uh, hold another sort of extraordinary conference of party delegates like them, Deng Xiaoping did in 1985, right, to push through some of these. You never know, right? In other words, these things don't necessarily have to happen. Just at Party Congresses. So my guess is, you know, this isn't over yet. Uh, but you know, at some level, given how the system was ramping up with those articles about Navigator and the people's leader stuff and so on, you know, that's usually a tell, and yet it didn't happen. And, and so something interesting there. Bill: now they're in the mode of, they're out with these sort of publicity, propaganda education teams where they go out throughout the country and talk about the spirit of the party Congress and push all the key messaging. Um, you know, so far none of those People's leader truncation have happened in that, which is I think an area where some people thought, Well, maybe that could sort of come after the Congress.Chris: What is interesting is it's all two establishments all the time in those discussions, so that's been very interesting since it didn't make it into the, uh, into the document. I guess the other thing is, At some level, is it sort of a distinction without a difference? You know, I, I haven't done the work on this to see, but my guess is short of, you know, the many times they've just junked the entire constitution and rewritten it, this is probably the most amendments there have been, you know, in the to at one time. You know, to the 1982 constitution, and most of them are his various buzzwords. Right. Um, and you know, I think you've been talking about this in the newsletter, there may very well be, uh, something to this issue of, you know, which is the superior thought two establishments or to upholds/safeguards?Bill: and even if the two establishes were superior and then it didn't go in, then somehow it will be theoretically flipped to what got in the ConstitutionChris: I mean, I guess the, the, the thing though where we, it's fair to say that maybe this wasn't his ideal outcome. To me, there's been a very clear and you know, structured stepwise approach on the ideology from the word go. Right? And the first was to create right out of the shoot, this notion of, you know, three eras, right?The, Mao period, Deng  and those other guys we don't talk about it anymore, period.  and Xi Jinping's new era, right? And then that was. You know, sort of crystallized right at the 19th Party Congress when you know, Xi Jinping thought for horribly long name went into the Constitution. And so, you know, the next step kind of seemed like that should be it.And as we've discussed before, you know, if he's able to get just Thought, it certainly enhances his ability to stay around for a very long time and it makes his diktats and so on even more unquestionable. But you know, you can say again, matter of prioritization. With a team where there's really no visible or other opposition, does it really matter? You know, in other words, no one's gonna be questioning his policy ideas anyway.Bill: Just an aside, but on  his inspection, the new standing committee will go on group trip right after the Party Congress and the first trip sends key messages. And group went to Yan'an, you know, they went, they went to the caves. Um, and you know, in the long readout or long CCTV report of the meeting, the visit, there was a section where the tour guide or the person introducing some of the exhibits talked about how the, the famous song, the East Is Red was,  by a person, written by the people sort of spontaneously, and it w it definitely caused some tittering about, well, what are they trying to signal for?You know, are we gonna be seeing some  Xi songs? there's some kind of really interesting signaling going on that I don't think we quite have figured out how to parse Chris: My takeaway on all this has been, I, I need to go back and do a little more book work on, you know, what was, what was the content of the seventh party Congress? What were the outcomes? I mean, I have the general sense, right? Like you, I immediately, you know, started brushing up on it. But, you know, Xi delivered a, an abridged work report. Right, A political report, which is exactly what Mao did then. I mean, in other words, they're not kidding around with the parallelism here. The question is what's the message?Bill: Just for background, at the visit last week to Yan'an, and the first spot that was in the propaganda was the, the, site of the seventh party Congress which is where…to be very simplistic, the seventh party was really moment, you know, as at the end of the Yan'am rectification came in, it was the moment where sort of Mao fully asserted his dominance throughout the system. Mao Thought etc. Right? The signaling, you could certainly, could certainly take a view that, you know, he doesn't do these things by coincidence, and this is. This is signaling both of, you know, can through anything because they, livedin caves and ended up beating the Japanese and then won the Civil War. You know this, and we can, and by the way, we have a dominant leader. I mean, there are ways, again, I'm being simplistic, but the symbolism was not, I think one that would, for example, give a lot of confidence to investors, which I think is, you know, one, one of the many reasons we've seen until the rumors earlier this week, a, pretty big selloff in the, in the Hong Kong and manland stock markets rightChris: most definitely. And I think, you know, this is the other thing about, about what I was trying to get at earlier with, uh, forest and trees, right? You know, in other words, . Um, he's been at this for a while too. You know, there's a reason why he declared a new long march right in depths of the trade war with Trump.Bill: And a new historical resolution, only the third in historyChris: Yeah. And they have been stepwise building since then. And this is the next building block.Bill: The last thought, I mean, he is 69. He's. 10 years younger than President Joe Biden. He could go, he could be around for a long timeBill: well just quickly, cause I know, uh, we don't have that much more time, but I, you say anything about your thoughts on Hu Jintao and what happened?My first take having had a father and a stepfather had dementia was, um, you know, maybe too sympathetic to the idea that, okay, he's having some sort of a senior cognitive moment. You know, you can get. easily agitated, and you can start a scene. And so therefore, was humiliating and symbolic at the end of the Communist Youth League faction, but maybe it was, it was benign as opposed to some of the other stuff going around. But I think might be wrong so I'd love your take on that.  Chris: Well, I, I think, you know, I, I kind of shared your view initially when I watched the, uh, I guess it was an AFP had the first, you know, sort of video that was out there and, you know, he appeared to be stumbling around a bit. He definitely looked confused and, you know, like, uh, what we were discussing earlier on another subject, this could be a multiple choice, you know, A and B or whatever type scenario as well.We don't know, I mean, it seems pretty well established that he has Parkinson's, I think the lead pipe pincher for me though, was that second longer one Singapore's channel, Channel News Asia put out. I mean, he is clearly tussling with Li Zhanshu about something, right. You know that that's. Yes, very clear. And you know, if he was having a moment, you know, when they finally get him up out of the chair and he seems to be kind of pulling back and so on, you know, he moves with some alacrity there,  for an 80 year old guy. Uh, I don't know if he was being helped to move quickly or he, you know, realized it was time to exit stage.Right. But I think, you know, as you said in your newsletter, I, we probably will never know. Um, but to me it looked an awful lot like an effort by Xi Jinping to humiliate him. You know, I mean, there was a reason why they brought the cameras back in at that moment, you know? Unless we believe that that just happened spontaneously in terms of Hu Jintao has his freak out just as those cameras were coming back in the stone faces of the other members of the senior leadership there on the rostrum and you know, Wand Hunting, pulling Li Zhanshu back down kind of saying basically, look buddy, this is politics, don't you don't wanna, that's not a good look for you trying to care for Hu Jintao. You know, I mean obviously something was going on, you know? No, no question. Bill: Right. And feeds into  the idea that Hu Chunhua, we all expected that he at least be on the Politburo again, and he's, he's off, so maybe something, something was going Chris: Well, I, I think what we know from observing Xi Jinping, right? We know that this is a guy who likes to keep people off balance, right? Who likes to keep the plate spinning. He, this is definitely the Maoist element of his personality, you know, whether it's strategic disappearances or this kind of stuff. And I think it's entirely plausible that he might have made some last minute switches right, to, uh, the various lists that were under consideration that caused alarm, you know, among those who thought they were on a certain list and  and no longer were.Bill: and then, and others who were smart enough to realize that if he made those switches, they better just go with it.Chris: Yeah, go along with it. Exactly. I mean, you know, in some ways the most, aside from what happened to Hu Jintao, the, the most, um, disturbing or compelling, depending on how you wanna look at it, part of that video is when Hu Jintao, you know, sort of very, um, delicately taps Li Keqiang on the shoulder. He doesn't even look at it, just keeps looking straight ahead. Uh, and that's tough. And as you pointed out in the newsletter and elsewhere, you know, how difficult must have that have been for Hu Jintao's son Hu Haifeng, who's in the audience watching this all go on? You know, it's, uh, it's tough. Bill: And then two two days later attends a meeting where he praises Xi to high heaven.Chris: Yeah, exactly. So, so if the darker narrative is accurate, I guess one thing that concerns me a bit is, as you know, well, I have never been a fan of these, uh, memes about comparing Xi Jinping to either Stalin or Mao in part because I don't see him as a whimsical guy. They were whimsical people. I think because of his tumultuous upbringing, he understands the problems with that kind of an approach to life, but this was a very ruthless act. If that more malign, you know, sort of definition is true and that I think that says something about his mentality that perhaps should concern us if that's the case. Bill: It has real implications, not just for domestic also potentially for its foreign policy.Chris: Absolutely. I mean, what it shows, right to some degree, again, man in a hurry, this is a tenacious individual, right?  if he's willing to do that. And so if you're gonna, you know, kick them in the face on chips and, you know, things like that, um, you should be taking that into consideration.Bill: And I think preparing for a more substantive response  that is more thought out and it's also, it happened, it wasn't very Confucian for all this talk Confucian definitely not. and values. One last question, and it is related is what do you make of this recent upsurge or talk in DC from various officials that PRC has accelerated its timeline to absorb Taiwan, because nothing in the public documents indicates any shift in that timeline.Chris: No. Uh, and well, first of all, do they, do they have a timeline? Right? You know, I mean, the whole idea of a timeline is kind of stupid, right? You don't, if you're gonna invade somewhere, you say, Hey, we're gonna do it on on this date. I mean, 2049. Okay. Bill: The only timeline that I think you can point to is is it the second centenary goal and, and Taiwan getting quote unquote, you know, returning Taiwan to the motherland's key to the great rejuvenation,Chris: Yeah, you can't have rejuvenation without it. Bill: So then it has to be done by 2049. 27 years, but they've never come out and specifically said 27 years or 2049. But that's what No. that's I think, is where the timeline idea comes from.Chris: Oh yes, definitely. And, and I think some confusion of. What Xi Jinping has clearly set out and reaffirmed in the political report as these important, um, operational benchmarks for the PLA, the People's Liberation Army to achieve by its hundredth anniversary in 2027. But that does not a go plan for Taiwan make, you know, And so it's been confusing to me trying to understand this. And of course, you know, I, I'm joking, but I'm not, you know, if we, if we listen now to the chief of naval operations of the US Navy, you know, like they're invading tomorrow, basically.My former colleague from the CIA, John Culver's, done some very, you know, useful public work on this for the Carnegie, where he sort his endowment, where he sort of said, you know, look, there's certain things we would have to see, forget about, you know, a D-day style invasion, any type of military action that, that you don't need intelligence methods to find out. Right. You know, uh, canceling, uh, conscription, demobilization cycles, you know, those, those sort of things. Um, we don't see that happening. So I've been trying to come to grips with why the administration seems fairly seized with this and and their public commentary and so on. What I'm confident of is there's no smoking gun you know, unlike, say the Russia piece where it appears, we had some pretty compelling intelligence. There doesn't seem to be anything that says Xi Jinping has ordered invasion plans for 2024, you know, or, or, or even 2027. Um, so I'm pretty confident that's not the case. And so then it becomes more about an analytic framework. And I, from what I can tell, it's seems to be largely based on what, uh, in, you know, the intelligence community we would call calendar-int.. calendar intelligence. In other words, you know, over the next 18 months, a lot of stuff's going to happen. We're gonna have our midterm elections next week. It's pretty likely the Republicans get at least one chamber of Congress, maybe both.That would suggest that things like the Taiwan Policy Act and, you know, really, uh, things that have, uh, Beijing's undies in a bunch, uh, you know, could really come back on, uh, the radar pretty forcibly and pretty quickly. Obviously Taiwan, nobody talks about it, but Taiwan's having municipal elections around the same time, and normally that would be a very inside Taiwan baseball affair, nobody would care. But the way that KMT ooks like they will not perform, I should say,  in those municipal elections. They could be effectively wiped out, you know, as a, as a sort of electable party in Taiwan. That's not a good news story for Beijing.And then of course we have our own presidential in 2024 and Taiwan has a presidential election in 24 in the US case.I mean, look, we could end up with a President Pompeo, right? Or a President DeSantis or others who. Been out there sort of talking openly about Taiwan independence and recognizing Taiwan. And similarly, I think whoever succeeds, uh, President Tsai in Taiwan, if we assume it will likely be a a, a Democratic Progressive party president, will almost by definition be more independence oriented.So I think the administration is saying there's a lot of stuff that's gonna get the Chinese pretty itchy, you know, over this next 18 month period. So therefore we need to be really loud in our signaling to deter. Right. And okay. But I think there's a risk with that as well, which they don't seem to be acknowledging, which is you might create a self-fulfilling prophecy.I mean, frankly, that's what really troubles me about the rhetoric. And so, for example, when Secretary Blinken last week or the before came out and said  Yeah, you know, the, the, the Chinese have given up on the status quo. I, I, I've seen nothing, you know, that would suggest that the political report doesn't suggest. Bill: They have called it a couple of times  so-called status quo.Chris: Well, Fair enough. Yeah. Okay. That's, that's fine. Um, but I think if we look at the reason why they're calling it the so-called status quo, it's because it's so called now because the US has been moving the goalposts on the status quo.Yeah. In terms of erosion of the commitment to the one China policy. And the administration can say all at once, they're not moving the goal post, but they are, I mean, let's just be honest.Bill: Now, and they have moved it more than the Trump administration did, don't you think?Chris: Absolutely. Yeah. Um, you know, no president has said previously we will defend Taiwan  multiple times. Right. You know, um, and things like, uh, you know, Democracy, someone, I mean, this comes back also to the, the framing, right, of one of the risks I think of framing the relationship as democracy versus autocracy is that it puts a very, uh, heavy incentive then for the Biden administration or any future US administration to, you know, quote unquote play the Taiwan card, right, as part of said competition.Whereas if you don't have that framing, I don't think that's necessarily as automatic. Right? In other words, if that's the framing, well Taiwan's a democracy, so we have to lean in. Right? You know? Whereas if it's a more say, you know, straight realist or national interest driven foreign policy, you might not feel that in every instance you've gotta do that,Bill: No, and and I it, that's an interesting point. And I also think too that, um, I really do wonder how much Americans care, right? And, and whether or not we're running the risk of setting something up or setting something in motion that, you know, again, it's easy to be rhetorical about it, but that we're frankly not ready to deal withChris: Well, and another thing that's interesting, right, is that, um, to that point, Some of the administration's actions, you know, that are clearly designed to show toughness, who are they out toughing? You know, in some cases it feels like they're out toughing themselves, right? I mean, obviously the Republicans are watching them and so on and all of that.Um, but you know, interesting, uh, something that came across my thought wave the other day that I hadn't really considered. We're seeing pretty clear indications that a Republican dominated Congress after the midterms may be less enthusiastic about support to Ukraine, we're all assuming that they're gonna be all Taiwan support all the time.Is that a wrong assumption? You know, I mean, in other words, Ukraine's a democracy, right? And yet there's this weird strain in the Trumpist Wing of the Republican party that doesn't wanna spend the money. Right. And would that be the case for Taiwan as well? I don't know, but you know, the point is, I wonder if the boogieman of looking soft is, is sort of in their own heads to some degree.And, and even if it isn't, you know, sometimes you have to lead. Bill: it's not clear the allies are listening. It doesn't sound like the Europeans would be on board withChris: I think very clearly they're not. I mean, you know, we're about to see a very uncomfortable bit of Kabuki theater here, aren't we? In the next couple of days with German Chancellor Sholz going over and, um, you know, if you, uh, read the op-ed he wrote in Politico, you know, it's, it's painful, right? You can see him trying to, uh, Trying to, uh, you know, straddle the fence and, and walk that line.And, and obviously there are deep, deep divisions in his own cabinet, right? You know, over this visit, the foreign minister is publicly criticizing him, you know, and so on. So I think this is another aspect that might be worrisome, which is the approach. You know, my line is always sort of a stool, if it's gonna be stable, needs three legs, right.And on US-China relations, I think that is, you know, making sure our own house is in order. Domestic strengthening, these guys call it, coordinating with allies and partners, certainly. But then there's this sort of talking to the Chinese aspect and through a policy, what I tend to call strategic avoidance, we don't.Talk to them that much. So that leg is missing. So then those other two legs need to be really strong. Right. Um, and on domestic strengthening, Okay. Chips act and so on, that's good stuff. On allies and partners, there seems to be a bit of an approach and I think the chip restrictions highlight this of, look, you're either for us or against us.Right? Whereas I think in, you know, the good old Cold War I, we seem to be able to understand that a West Germany could do certain things for us vis-a-vis the Soviets and certain things they couldn't and we didn't like it and we complained, but we kind of lived with it, right? If we look at these chip restrictions, it appears the administration sort of said, Look, we've been doing this multilateral diplomacy on this thing for a year now, it's not really delivering the goods. The chips for framework is a mess, so let's just get it over with and drag the allies with us, you know? Um, and we'll see what ramifications that will have.Bill: Well on that uplifting note, I, I think I'm outta questions. Is there anything else you'd like to add?Chris: Well, I think, you know, something just to consider is this idea, you know, and maybe this will help us close on a more optimistic note. Xi Jinping is telling us, you know, he's hardening the system, he's, he's doing this fortress economy thing and so on. But he also is telling us, I have a really difficult set of things I'm trying to accomplish in this five years.Right? And that may mean a desire to signal to the us let's stabilize things a bit, not because he's having a change of heart or wants a fundamental rapprochement, so on and so forth. I don't think that's the case, but might he want a bit of room, right? A breathing room. Bill: Buy some time, buy some spaceChris: Yeah, Might he want that? He might. You know, and so I think then a critical question is how does that get sorted out in the context of the negotiations over the meeting in Bali, if it is a longer meeting, I think, you know, so that's encouraging for that. Right. To some degree. I, I, I would say, you know, if we look at what's just happened with the 20th party Congress and we look at what's about to happen, it seems with our midterms here in the United States, Who's the guy who's gonna be more domestically, politically challenged going into this meeting, and therefore have less room to be able to seize that opportunity if it does exist.Exactly. Because I, I think, you know, the, the issue is, The way I've been framing it lately, you know, supposedly our position is the US position is strategic competition and China says, look, that's inappropriate, and we're not gonna sign onto it and forget it.You know, my own view is we kind of have blown past strategic competition where now in what I would call strategic rivalry, I think the chip restrictions, you know, are, are a giant exclamation point, uh, under that, you know, and so on. And my concern is we're kind of rapidly headed toward what I would call strategic enmity.And you know, that all sounds a bit pedantic, but I think that represents three distinct phases of the difficulty and the relationship. You know, strategic enmity is the cold, the old Cold War, what we had with the Soviets, right? So we are competing against them in a brass tax manner across all dimensions. And if it's a policy that, you know, hurts us, but it hurts them, you know, 2% more we do it, you know, kind of thing. I don't think we're there yet. And the meeting offers an opportunity to, you know, arrest the travel from strategic rivalry to strategic enmity. Let's see if there's something there/Bill: And if, and if we don't, if it doesn't arrest it, then I think the US government at least has to do a much better job of explaining to the American people why we're headed in this direction and needs  to do a much better job with the allies cuz because again, what I worry about is we're sort of heading down this path and it doesn't feel like we've really thought it through.You know, there are lots of reasons  be on this path, but there's also needs to be a much more of a comprehensive understanding of the, of the costs and the ramifications and the solutions and have have an actual sort of theory of the case about how we get out the other side of this in a, in a better way.Chris: Yeah, I think that's important. I want to be real, um, fair to the administration. You know, they're certainly more thoughtful and deliberative than their predecessor. Of course, the bar was low, but, um, you know, they, they seem to approach these things in a pretty. Dedicated and careful manner. And I think they really, you know, take, take things like, uh, looking at outbound investment restrictions, you know, my understanding is they have been, you know, seeking a lot of input about unintended consequences and so on. But then you look at something like the chips piece and it just seems to me that those in the administration who had been pushing for, you know, more there for some time, had a quick moment where they basically said, look, this thing's not working with multilaterally, Let's just do it, you know? And then, oh, now we're seeing the second and third and other order consequences of it. And the risk is that we wind up, our goal is to telegraph unity to Beijing and shaping their environment around them as the administration calls it. We might be signaling our disunity, I don't know, with the allies, and obviously that would not be a good thingBill: That's definitely a risk. Well, thanks Chris. It's always great to talk to you and Thank you for listening to the occasional Sinocism podcast. Thank you, Chris.Chris: My pleasure. Sinocism is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit sinocism.com/subscribe

Effetto giorno le notizie in 60 minuti

Il governo non prorogherà più il contratto dei navigator (ne sono rimasti meno di mille rispetto ai 3 mila iniziali), cioè quei lavoratori assunti nel 2019 come collaboratori per 18 mesi con il compito di aiutare i titolari del sussidio di povertà a trovare un'occupazione. Una mission fallita. Ne parliamo con Luca Barilà, segretario nazionale FELSA CISL. Controlli e sequestri dei Nas in tutta Italia per i casi di intossicazione da listeria. Con noi il tenente colonnello Dario Praturlon dei Nas. Secondo il Wall Street Journal, l'Iran sarebbe pronto a dichiarare guerra all'Arabia Saudita. Perchè? Quanto può essere veritiero? Lo chiediamo a Marco di Liddo, analista del CeSI.

RV Navigator
RV Navigator Episode 211- Gas & Water Don't Mix

RV Navigator

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 57:06


Another month on the road as we travel North in Finland and over Lapland ending our land trip in Bergen, Norway. From there we head to GB to meet our cruise ship in Southampton. This episode was made while on board the Sky Princess as we travel to Fort Lauderdale. Why mix gas and water, you ask. One RVer did make this nube mistake.

Radio Record
Gvozd @ Record Club #1094 (28-10-2022)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022


01. DJ Fresh, Used, Nikki Ambers - Higher 02. Flowidus - Sensory Overload 03. Georgie Riot - Takes Me Higher 04. Mage -Tell Me 05. T & Sugah, NCT, Cammie Robinson - Find A Way 06. Houndeye, Quoone - Mindkiller 07. Fourward - Dangerous Waste Product 08. Shapeshifter - Futures 09. Agressor Bunx - Supersonic 10. Healian - Concentrate 11. ez4cheezy - Zhukovskiy Dub 12. Silloh - Into The Void 13. Freeze UK & Miss Melody - Do You Love It Like That 14. A.way - Bassline 15. Intercept - Lumen (Original Mix) 16. Trex & Philth - Shadow Dwellers 17. Kumarachi - Descent 18. DJ SS - The New Number 19. Wyld Dogz - Not In Love (Extended Mix) 20. Midst - Minds Are Suspicious 21. Jam Thieves & NC-17 - In My Soul 22. LaMeduza & GROUND - Terra 23. Dunk & Black Opps - Grunge 24. Jam Thieves - Medelin (new lp) 25. Jam Thieves & Magenta - Big Poppa 26. Choppah & Marvellous Cain - Pick up the Pieces 27. Jam Thieves - Cowboy 28. Differend - Walkin 29. Tomoyoshi - Shut Down 30. Zarine - Strange Women In Black Dress 31. TSUKI - Stay With Me 32. Neman - Taking over me (Dispute remix) 33. Primate - Sunshine 34. Sub Killaz - Shock Out (Sub Zero & Gino Remix) 35. TC & Bounds - Lamb Sauce 36. DEAD WAX - Make'Em Bounce 37. J.O.E - Rock The Building 38. Midst - Damn 39. Carasel & Harry Shotta - Jack Of All Trades (Limited Remix) 40. Think Tonk, L-Side - 6 Foot Under 41. Ill Truth - Lightbreak 42. DJ Direkt - Squad 43. Mc Det, Martial Taktics - Follow Me 44. Think Tonk, Longman - Boogoo Yagga Music 45. Murdock/Pat Fulgoni - Come Together (Back To '98 mix) 46. Gardna - R.A.V.E.A.S.A.P (Unglued Remix) 47. 16 Armed Jack - Hold Tight 48. DJ Trax - London Groove (Suburban Architecture Remix) 49. Exile & DJ Hybrid - Be Mine 50. David Boomah, Navigator, Benny Page - Warriors 51. Domz - The Core 52. 16 Armed Jack - Music Is A Mission 53. Murder Most Foul - Dogfish 54. Thing - Level The Vibes 55. Half-Life - Don't Wake Up 56. JAMEZY - Mi Familia 57. Zombie Cats - Overnight 58. Dj Koncept - Higher 59. Surreal, Motiv - Deleted 60. Brainwork - Timelapse 61. Motiv - Waved 62. piri & tommy - on & on (Sudley Remix) 63. Archangel - Departed 64. Conrad Subs - This Feeling 65. Missing - Ever Wanted 66. Aaron Payne - This Ain't Happening 67. Shadsky - Believe In The Light (Original Mix) 68. Visages - Love Conspiration

Nightcap with Nightgod333
Navigator who Crossed the Ice Wall collaboration

Nightcap with Nightgod333

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 39:47


In the late 1700's after the revolutionary war a courageous group took an expedition to Antarctica, to Navigate through the lands BEYOND THE ICEWALL! ENJOY!!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightgod333/message

Cosmic Navigator Astrology Show
Cosmic Navigator Astrology Show New Format

Cosmic Navigator Astrology Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 55:56


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Making Disciples Naturally
Ep. 144 Do you desire a ministry of power and not just words? Part 3 of 3 Interview with Mr. Mike Treneer

Making Disciples Naturally

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 13:29


Mr. Mike Treneer is the former International President of the Navigators. He is our speaker at the October 29, 2022 Fall Conference where he'll be speaking on 1 Thessalonians: Learning from the Apostle Paul about advancing the Gospel. In these interviews, which are a re-release of a prior interview, Mike relates a bit about his growing up years, how God sovereignly placed the beginnings of Navigator campus ministry in his college just before Mike arrived. Mike relates how he can see God's hand throughout his life. Learn more about the Fall Conference here.ORRegister online here. 

Action and Ambition
Ralph Hess On Using Technology To Solve Business Problems - Navigator Business Solutions

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 28:17


In this episode, we are joined by Ralph Hess, the Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Navigator Business Solutions, a computer software company that provides cloud-based ERP business solutions. It configures and implements ERP solutions built on SAP Business One and SAP Business ByDesign, so clients can break free of the limiting and disconnected business systems that hold them back from achieving their true growth potential. Ralph has over 30 years of experience helping companies solve their business problems with technology, working with multiple publishers, including IBM, Epicor, and Microsoft. Tune in to learn more!

Making Disciples Naturally
Ep. 143 Can God use me, despite my weaknesses and missteps? Part 2 of 3 Interview with Mr. Mike Treneer

Making Disciples Naturally

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 15:16


Mr. Mike Treneer is the former International President of the Navigators. He is our speaker at the October 29, 2022 Fall Conference where he'll be speaking on 1 Thessalonians: Learning from the Apostle Paul about advancing the Gospel. In these interviews, which are a re-release of a prior interview, Mike relates a bit about his growing up years, how God sovereignly placed the beginnings of Navigator campus ministry in his college just before Mike arrived. Mike relates how he can see God's hand throughout his life. Learn more about the Fall Conference here.ORRegister online here. 

Making Disciples Naturally
Ep. 142 Can you look back and see the hand of God in your life? Part 1 of 3 Interview with Mr. Mike Treneer

Making Disciples Naturally

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 15:02


Mr. Mike Treneer is the former International President of the Navigators. He is our speaker at the October 29, 2022 Fall Conference where he'll be speaking on 1 Thessalonians: Learning from the Apostle Paul about advancing the Gospel. In these interviews, which are a re-release of a prior interview, Mike relates a bit about his growing up years, how God sovereignly placed the beginnings of Navigator campus ministry in his college just before Mike arrived. Mike relates how he can see God's hand throughout his life. Learn more about the Fall Conference here.ORRegister online here. 

America's Heroes Group
Ep. 369 - AARP Health Benefits Navigator

America's Heroes Group

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 22:23


We are Globally Connected Military Families Matters with Partner Family Caregiver Keisha L. Jackson Partner: Keisha L. Jackson  - US Air Force Veteran and Family Caregiver Panelist Troy J. Broussard  - Senior Advisor, AARP Veterans and Military Families Initiatives 

Techno Music - Techno Live Sets Podcast
Techno Republic Podcast 001 by Jørg

Techno Music - Techno Live Sets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 49:05


Techno Republic 1 – mixed by Jørg. This episode also contains my upcoming techno banger “The Navigator”, which is a collab I did with Maarten Vorwerk on the VRWRK label. The track will be released on the 16th of September 2022. Subscribe to listen to Techno music, Tech House music, Deep House, Acid Techno, and Minimal Techno for FREE.

RV Navigator
RV Navigator Episode 210- Remembering Kvass

RV Navigator

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 48:28


Note that in the podcast we make a reference to this is episode 209. It should be 210.Take off on our next trip happened mid month as we flew to Riga, Latvia for the beginning of our tour of the Baltics and Scandinavia over the next couple of weeks. We have been surprised at our lack of knowledge of this area plus the many tourist attractions that make a visit worthwhile. Riga has turn out to be very walkable, scenic with art nouveaux neighborhoods. I of course had no idea what Art Nouveaux was, but after doing some touring, we learned that it is a very ornate style of building. Riga's buildings have been restored to their original beauty making them shine. We open this episode with a music selection recorded on the great pipe organ of the Riga Cathedral (dome). It is one of the largest pipe organs in the world with almost 7000 pipes. Our tour will take us to 5 countries over the next couple of months. Next months podcast will be made from the road again. We take you on tour with us plus we share several RVing topics from an inflatable cooler to streaming hints. I watched the iPhone introduction this month with interest because I am planning to make an iPhone purchase when we return. I was shocked that Apple has eliminated the sim cards tray, but I found a solution for over seas travel. Please keep in touch via email if you questions or comments.

Mining Stock Daily
Did the BoE Announce the Bottom in Gold?

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 69:32


It was another whirlwind week of financial news. Its very difficult to pinpoint a single event from the past few days, but we attempt first with Tony Greer of the Navigator. TG and Trevor try to make sense of all the market action, but spend a majority of the time talking about the wrecking ball which is the global bond market and how the Bank of English stepped in to protect pensions. Was this the first big catalyst towards a central bank reversal? Gold certainly thinks so. In the second segment, David Finch talks about the lithium equity market and how it is a pure battery play, unlike the rest of the base metal complex. He also talks about gold and gold miners. Are the big producers making strategic moves in this volatile market to protect shareholders? We'd like to thank our sponsors: Integra Resources is advancing the past-producing DeLamar Project in southwestern Idaho. The Company has continued to demonstrate resource growth and conversion through greenfield and brownfield exploration. Integra Resources trades on the TSX-V under ITR and the NYSE American under ITRG. Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website, www.westerncopperandgold.com. Rio-2 is advancing the Fenix Gold Project in Chile, the largest undeveloped gold heap leach project in the Americas. Fenix consists of 5 million ounces in the measured and indicated resource category and 1.4 million ounces in the inferred resource category. With a robust PFS in place, Fenix is set up for fast-tracked construction and production. You can find a list of project and company information on their website, rio2.com. ASCU is an early-stage copper developer and explorer of the Cactus Mine and its satellite project, Parks/Salyer, both situated on a 4km mine trend on private land in Arizona's porphyry copper district. Opportunity for significant growth and scale exist along the trend, while future capex requirements outlined in the Cactus PEA benefit from significant onsite and nearby access to infrastructure. The Company is led by an executive management team and Board which have a long-standing track record of successful project delivery in North America. For more information, please visit www.arizonasonoran.com.

Conversations with Big Rich
Crossfit coach and KOH champion navigator, Jason Berger, on Episode 130

Conversations with Big Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 71:43 Transcription Available


Self-acclaimed wimp (yeah, right?) Jason Berger on checking off bucket-list items; living in Truckee, and racing with his best friend. Lots of great quotes and plenty of laughter with Jason and Rich in this 130th episode of Conversations with Big Rich. Be sure to listen on your favorite podcast channel.6:05 – I'm the oddest local to live in Truckee because I've never skied Squaw and I've never smoked pot13:22– I put 1000 miles on that truck going back and forth in my parent's driveway21:51 –… Chris Durham, I swear, I was like, this is the most amazing thing I've ever seen. 26:14 – how much time before I lose my finger?30:10 – the 4wd community reached pretty deep for the Disabled Sports Run36:37 – you don't need to win by 10 minutes, you just need to win43:09 – I'm retiring right now, Shannon Campbell wants my autograph!50:20 – I don't think Crossfit is for everybody, I think it is for anybody1:04:26 – I took JT and Tom Wayes to Baja for two very good reasons…We want to thank our sponsors Maxxis Tires and 4Low Magazine.www.maxxis.comwww.4lowmagazine.com Be sure to listen on your favorite podcast app. Support the show

Over Coffee® | Stories and Resources from the Intersection of Art and Science | Exploring How to Make STEAM Work For You

(Royalty-free images from Pixabay.) "It's about who you are, where you want to go, and we'll give you a pathway," says Dr. Prasad Ram, Founder and CEO of education research and technology nonprofit Gooru. But the journey about which he is speaking is more important than any geographical one. With his team, Pram, as he prefers to be called, has developed Gooru Navigator--a GPS for learning! As a thought leader in educational technology, Pram is passionate about using his expertise to ensure equitable access to education. Gooru, which he created in 2011, focuses on providing technology that helps students (in school and lifelong) achieve their goals. Consequently, Gooru Navigator is available, free, to students and educators. Unlike traditional school systems, the Gooru Navigator begins with an assessment of the individual student's circumstances. Where is that person, in relation to what they want to accomplish, on their learning journey? (Royalty-free image by Nikolay Georgiev from Pixabay) Then, Pram explains, the Navigator maps out a path. And students can choose what they explore, on the way to their learning "destination". Gooru's name, derived from the Hindi word for "teacher", guru, also pays homage to Google, at which Pram worked both as Director of Research for Google Books for Education, in Mountain View, and Director of Engineering in Bangalore. While his career included working as a research scientist at Xerox, serving as Chief Technology Officer at Yahoo! India and receiving the Founders' Award during his time at Google, he wanted to apply his understanding of complex systems to one that had made a difference for him: education. Beginning as a "20% project", Gooru grew from there. Pram shared the story of Gooru, explained how the Navigator works, and talked about his own "GPS" for where he'd like to grow Gooru in the future. On this edition of Over Coffee® we cover: Pram's thoughts on customizing the complex concept of learning to individuals; The fundamental element of his own educational experience which gave him the confidence to pursue computer science and engineering; How Pram came to create his nonprofit, Gooru, while working at Google; His recollections of the early days of Gooru; How a teacher's input prompted him to change his "GPS for Learning" model in the early days; How the system works; What students experience, when they log into the Navigator; How the system shows student progress; The "fun" and exploration elements included!; What education professionals see as students learn with the Navigator; How to get the "Learning GPS" and start using it!: How the Navigator works in teaching employees soft skills; What Pram has learned from his experiences with Gooru; Where his nonprofit is currently, and a "GPS" to where they're heading!; How to support Gooru, if you'd like to help; Pram's perspective on the "loss of learning" which has concerned educators since the pandemic.

Business RadioX ® Network
Donna Beatty, Frazier & Deeter, and Robert Stephens, CFO Navigator

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022


Donna Beatty, Frazier & Deeter, and Robert Stephens, CFO Navigator (ProfitSense with Bill McDermott, Episode 36) Donna Beatty, Tax Partner with Frazier & Deeter, and Robert Stephens, Managing Partner of CFO Navigator, were Bill McDermott’s guests on this episode of Profit Sense with Bill McDermott. Donna provided timely advice about taxes, new laws, and advice for […]

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel
Eroc - Soul R Eclipse Radio No 681 [dnbradio]

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 142:47


Recorded 2022-09-18 17:32:49 DnB Radio Tracklisting: * A.M.C, Junk Mail - Blocklist * Black Sun Empire, The Prototypes, Lily McKenzie - Shadows feat. Lily McKenzie (Black Sun Empire Remix)* True Tactix - Chat About * Document One - Cheap Shot * DLR - Living Beneath The Surface * Gridlok, Prolix - Immortal * Operate, MadRush MC - One By One * Kanine - Get Down * The Upbeats - We Don't Lie * Total Science - Squash (Break Remix)* Bou - Camels * Ed Solo, Deekline, Top Cat, AIRGLO - Space * Watch the Ride, Nia Archives - Mash up the Dance (Kings of the Rollers Remix)* Deekline, Navigator, Specimen A, Trigga, David Boomah - Duppy Destroyers (Sound Boy Killer) (L - Side Remix)* Parly B, Speaker Louis - Jungle Renegade * DJ Hybrid - It's a 90's Ting * Dead Dred - Dred Bass (Bladerunner Remix)* Amplify, Sota, Master Error - Let It Go * Danny Byrd, The Prototypes, Lowes - Reason (Danny Byrd Extended Remix)* Dimension - Offender (Dimension & Grafix Remix)* Sub Focus - Off The Ground * Delta Heavy, Jem Cooke - Heaven (Extended)* DJ Marky, Dossa & Locuzzed - Sliding Gliding * Phase, Foreign Concept, Magugu - Shut It Up * Sketi - Take You There* Phibes - Bubblin * Watch the Ride - Time's Up * T-Man, Alix Perez - Under Pressure * Phase, Foreign Concept - Heart & Soul * Neonlight - Grumbler * Quadrant, Iris - Sour Rip * Kove, Jack Mirror - Placebo * XHL - Infinite Impulse * T-Man, Sustance - Snakes & Villains * Submotive - Catalyst * Hoax - Nebula * Gydra - Enlightenment * Dub Elements - On A Mission * Deep Notion - Too Far Gone * Break - Better Be Sure * Basstripper - Battle Axe VIP * VISLA - Loose Game * Profuze - Hey Tracklisting:* A.M.C, Junk Mail - Blocklist * Black Sun Empire, The Prototypes, Lily McKenzie - Shadows feat. Lily McKenzie (Black Sun Empire Remix)* True Tactix - Chat About * Document One - Cheap Shot * DLR - Living Beneath The Surface * Gridlok, Prolix - Immortal * Operate, MadRush MC - One By One * Kanine - Get Down * The Upbeats - We Don't Lie * Total Science - Squash (Break Remix)* Bou - Camels * Ed Solo, Deekline, Top Cat, AIRGLO - Space * Watch the Ride, Nia Archives - Mash up the Dance (Kings of the Rollers Remix)* Deekline, Navigator, Specimen A, Trigga, David Boomah - Duppy Destroyers (Sound Boy Killer) (L - Side Remix)* Parly B, Speaker Louis - Jungle Renegade * DJ Hybrid - It's a 90's Ting * Dead Dred - Dred Bass (Bladerunner Remix)* Amplify, Sota, Master Error - Let It Go * Danny Byrd, The Prototypes, Lowes - Reason (Danny Byrd Extended Remix)* Dimension - Offender (Dimension & Grafix Remix)* Sub Focus - Off The Ground * Delta Heavy, Jem Cooke - Heaven (Extended)* DJ Marky, Dossa & Locuzzed - Sliding Gliding * Phase, Foreign Concept, Magugu - Shut It Up * Sketi - Take You There* Phibes - Bubblin * Watch the Ride - Time's Up * T-Man, Alix Perez - Under Pressure * Phase, Foreign Concept - Heart & Soul * Neonlight - Grumbler * Quadrant, Iris - Sour Rip * Kove, Jack Mirror - Placebo * XHL - Infinite Impulse * T-Man, Sustance - Snakes & Villains * Submotive - Catalyst * Hoax - Nebula * Gydra - Enlightenment * Dub Elements - On A Mission * Deep Notion - Too Far Gone * Break - Better Be Sure * Basstripper - Battle Axe VIP * VISLA - Loose Game * Profuze - Hey Download, Distribute, and Donate!

Techno Music - Techno Live Sets Podcast
Techno Republic Podcast 002 by Jørg

Techno Music - Techno Live Sets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 48:02


Techno Republic 2 – mixed by Jørg. This episode also contains my upcoming techno banger “The Navigator”, which is a collab I did with Maarten Vorwerk on the VRWRK label. The track will be released on the 16th of September 2022. In this episode also great tracks by Nicole Moudaber, Filterheads, Harvey McKay, Matt Sassari […] Subscribe to listen to Techno music, Tech House music, Deep House, Acid Techno, and Minimal Techno for FREE.

Boys 'n' Ghouls Film Review Podcast
Boys ‘N' Ghouls Film Review Podcast: Episode 236 – Flight of the Navigator

Boys 'n' Ghouls Film Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 63:06


Join your Host Sarah Stephenson & Co Host Mike Stephenson as they talk horror, science fiction & fantasy movies, TV series & books past, present & future. In this episode we're reviewing Flight of the Navigator (1986). David, a 12-year-old boy, mysteriously loses consciousness near his home. However, once he is awake, he finds out that he is eight years into the future without having aged a day. WARNING may contain a few spoilers' alerts. So if you haven't seen the film, yet please go watch the movie NOW… BOYS ‘N' GHOULS FILM REVIEW PODCAST comes to you every Monday & Wednesday. Next episode will appear next year on the 7th, September, 2022 WANT TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT? Consider becoming a Patron Today here: www.patreon.com/boysnghoulsfilmreviewpodcast Visit our Merchandise Shop here: https://blackcatfilmprod.storenvy.com/ For your daily review go to: Anchor - https://anchor.fm/boysnghoulsfilmreview Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3xrXE8Wj6ToYNgK3ahAu0a RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/boys-n-ghouls-film-review-podcast-G4gAyD Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/boys-n-ghouls-film-review-podcast Thanks for watching. Don't forget to LIKE, COMMENT & SUBSCRIBE! ****CONTACT DETAILS**** Website: https://www.blackcatfilmproductions.com/ Shop: https://blackcatfilmprod.storenvy.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boysnghouls/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bcfp14/?ref=bookmarks Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackcatfilmpr2 Business Inquiries: blackcatfilmproductions736@gmail.com

America on the Road
All-New 2023 Lexus RX Tackles California's Central Coast

America on the Road

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 42:00


Lexus executives readily acknowledge that the Lexus RX “is the franchise.” Both Guest Co-Host Matt DeLorenzo and Hot Jack Nerad were among the first journalists to test the all-new 2023 Lexus RX. The model comes in a variety of versions including gasoline, hybrid, and “performance hybrid.” If the last of those seems like an oxymoron to you, we can assure you after our drives that it isn't. And we'll have a lively discussion about all the new RX models in this episode of “America on the Road.” But that isn't the only important crossover SUV we examine this week. Host Jack Nerad recently traveled to North Carolina for a first drive of the heavily revised 2023 Hyundai Palisade, and he came back with an interview with an expert on the vehicle — Hyundai product planner Melvyn Bautista. The interview will provide rare insight into the changes the Palisade has for 2023. In the news, the state of California gathered big-time headlines by banning the sale of gasoline cars after 2035. But while that was the headline, the state's action has more immediate effects that are even more concerning. Matt Delorenzo, who is the author of How To Buy An Affordable Electric Car: A Tightwad's Guide to EV Ownership, and Jack Nerad, who is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Hybrids and Alternative Fuel Vehicles, will offer their analysis of the California's move. Will the edict actually go into effect? They'll offer their thoughts on that, too. Also in the news, a major carmaker has just started to build electric vehicles at an American factory. We'll tell you all about that and how it fits — or doesn't fit — into the new green vehicle push contained in the recent Inflation Act. Does the new legislation damage chances for the adoption of EVs? In the road test segment, Jack Nerad will review the 2022 Lincoln Navigator, the full-size luxury SUV that competes with the Cadillac Escalade. The Navigator is so stuffed with tech that it is hard to discuss anything else about it, but Nerad will offer his well-rounded look at the big Lincoln. All that and more is coming up in this episode of “America on the Road.”

Money Life with Chuck Jaffe
Angel Oak's Pate: Fed action puts some financials in a sweet spot

Money Life with Chuck Jaffe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 71:36


Cheryl Pate, senior portfolio manager for the Angel Oak Financial Strategies Income Term Trust, says that community banks stand out as a part of the financial sector that is poised to benefit into 2023, as banks will likely see the bulk of continuing rate hikes fall directly to the bottom line. Still, she favors bonds to stocks in the sector. When that interview for The NAVigator is finished, the action moves to FinCon22 in Orlando, where Chuck interviews Robert Farrington of The College Investor, financial educator Stacy Mastrolia -- "Prof Stacy" -- Lee Huffman of We Travel There, Asma Alsalmeh of the Latte Money podcast, and financial coach Kim Hunter-Borst.

The3Muslims
IMAN GADZHI Wants to CONVERT TO ISLAM | The3Muslims

The3Muslims

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 41:22


Find us on YouTube: The3Muslims, which is twice the fun of only listening! Support our work at www.the3muslims.com to join our movement. As always, thanks for listening! In this stream, we discuss Iman Gadzhi religion and Islam. Iman Gadzhi is a multimillionaire entrepreneur who makes videos on Monk mode, agency Navigator, books, crypto, dopamine detox, nft, meditation, investing, income and more! Recently he posted on his Instagram story that he wants to convert to Islam, but hasn't made the decision yet, and also believes in God and is a fan of religion. Iman Gadzhi is good friends with Hamza Ahmed (Hamza Unfiltered) who discussed religion and Islam with us on our podcast before. They seem like sneako, very sincere and looking for the truth. After some of the recent controversy with young don, it's imperative we learn how to give dawah correctly and guide others' hearts and minds to truth. May Allah guide Iman Gadzhi.

A Word With You
Everything You Need For Your Assignment - #9304

A Word With You

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022


My friend, Donna, had never been on a rafting trip before, until someone gave it to her as a gift; which meant she felt obligated to go. Little did she realize that the river her group would be rafting on goes from being a river of glass at the beginning of your journey, to the sudden violence of Class 3 rapids, at a point they simply named "Surprise." And ultimately, through the most challenging, most dangerous level of white water there is, Class 5 rapids. Thankfully, there was an outfitter that prepared them for this perilous journey. He coached them as to what to expect on the river, where to sit on the raft, and how to paddle in various situations. He equipped them with a life jacket, a paddle, and a helmet. Donna was not particularly thrilled that her helmet had an unexplained dent in it - she didn't even want to know how it got there! The outfitter had provisions for his crew, including the food and basic medical supplies they might need. And, best of all, he was with them all the way. They had one wild ride, but they all made it just fine...even Donna. I'm Ron Hutchcraft and I want to have A Word With You today about "Everything You Need For Your Assignment." The outfitter makes the difference on the river, and in your life. And if you belong to Jesus, you have no less than the God of the universe as your Outfitter! He knows what's ahead on the river you're navigating. He knows everything you'll need to make it, and He's making sure you have what you need. His total provision: that's the theme of this wonderful prayer in Hebrews 13:20-21, our word for today from the Word of God. "May the God of peace, who through the blood of the eternal covenant, brought back from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great Shepherd of the sheep, equip you with everything good for doing His will, and may He work in us what is pleasing to Him, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory for ever and ever." Isn't that awesome? "Everything good for doing His will." And if God can bring back Jesus from the dead; if Jesus, the great Shepherd, is looking after you, is there any need He won't take care of? Any need He can't take care of? Now you may be stuck on the shore, too scared to get into the raft and go where Jesus wants to take you. You're afraid you won't be able to handle the turbulence ahead. You're afraid to go where you've never gone before. You're afraid to move ahead because you're not sure you'll have what you need. But did Psalm 23:1 suddenly get erased from your Bible? "The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want!" Check, it's still there. The journey ahead, the white water ahead? It isn't about you and what you can do anyway. It's about your Divine Outfitter, and Navigator, and Provider, and Protector, and Guide. It's not about you doing stuff for God. It's about God doing stuff through you! So what are you waiting for? What are you worrying for? Your job's pretty simple: stay pure and show up. The rest is up to Jesus. When my friend went through the roughest of rapids, her security was not her ability to navigate them. It was all about the man who knows the river, who has navigated that river and piloted people through safely many times. Jesus is committed to do that for you. He's not pushing you off on a raft, standing on the shore shouting, "Good luck!" He's in that raft with you, every mile of the way! He's really just asking you to participate with Him in an exciting ride that ultimately He is going to navigate. And He has promised that He will provide everything you need for the trip!

Building Men
The Bio Navigator With Daniel de Pao

Building Men

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 54:08


Today, I have a great conversation with father, coach, living legend, superhero, and bio navigator Daniel de Pao.  Daniel was a part of my Enlifted Level 1 Community and is an absolute badass.  We had a great conversation about our superhero abilities, cryptonite, the alter ego effect, trauma release experiences and our relationships with our fathers. Daniel de Pao InstagramBuilding Men InstagramBuilding Men WebsiteBuilding Men YouTubeBuilding Men FacebookAnthony Morolda InstagramWork with Dennis as your 1 on 1 coach The Foundation Virtual Coaching Group for Young MenIf our podcast resonates with you, please consider rating, reviewing and sharing it with anyone who you believe would benefit from the message.Visit our sponsors - Chop Club For MenFinish The Race – Home of the official Building Men gearBecome Stronger Industries - use code "buildingmen" for 10% off your order

Quick Spin
2022 Lincoln Navigator Review: Road Trip Masterpiece

Quick Spin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 15:01


Lincoln's flagship Navigator was launched in 1998 as a response to the increasing demand for luxurious full-size SUVs. Spanning four generations, Lincoln's top-flight SUV has gone head to head against Cadillac's wildly popular Escalade. This fourth-generation Navigator entered Lincoln's lineup in 2018 and helped bring Lincoln's flagship SUV into prominence once again. This generation Navigator uses Ford's 3.5-liter EcoBoost for power and sends 440 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque through a ten-speed automatic transmission. From there, power travels to the rear wheels or all four wheels if you opt for the four-wheel-drive variant. In this episode of Quick Spin, executive editor Tom Murphy puts Lincoln's Navigator through its paces. Murphy highlights the Navigator's features and interior before taking you along on a live drive review. Adding more context to the Navigator, Murphy chats with host Wesley Wren about the Navigator's competition, its sales history and its price. The pair also talk about where the Navigator would excel, and how it stacks up against Cadillac's Escalade. Closing the show, the two talk about what makes the 2022 Lincoln Navigator special.

RV Navigator
RV Navigator Episode 209- Camping in Door

RV Navigator

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 48:38


Just after the last episode, we moved from Italy to France to join our river cruise in Bordeaux. This involved a short flight across the 2 countries landing in Paris and a bus trip south to meet the ship. The weather was very hot as expected in Summer, but the AC was was subpar in most locations. Sailing the rivers of the Bordeaux region of France, means learning about wine. This is the heart of the wine region and the grapes are treated with reverence. We, of course, tried our share of the fine wines of the area, but din't come away overly impressed. Earlier in the trip we enjoyed many varieties of Italian wine, which we felt was equal to the French wines. Traveling does give one the opportunity to make these comparisons first hand. After our flight home and jet lag recovery period, we pickup the RV for a quick trip north to the Cape Cod of the midwest, Door County Wisconsin. This destination, just north of Green Bay WI, is know in the local area for its harbor towns and picturesque water views, crafts and a cool weather alternative to the summer heat. Located n Lake Michigan, the views are similar to those you'd find in ocean side communities. Of course we have our usual list of interesting RV topics. New books, an e-bike conversion, RV road services and much more are on our agenda for this episode.

Regnum Christi Daily Meditations
September 1, 2022 - The Great Navigator

Regnum Christi Daily Meditations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 6:34


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Reviewing History
Episode #16 Pick Episode IV Ft Chuck Staton

Reviewing History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 78:37


The boys are joined by special guest Chuck Staton! Chuck talks about the tragedy of Wood River Junction, Anthony teaches us about Hanno the Navigator, and Steve speaks about The Great War, Brian brings 2 games to the table, along with a hearty helping of laughs. Do you hear that? It's the comedy dinner bell, come feast.. We then pick the next 3 movies we will watch! Please give us a rating and a review on ApplePodcasts or Spotify. It helps potential sponsors find the show! Follow Us: www.facebook.com/reviewinghistory twitter.com/rviewhistorypod letterboxd.com/antg4836/ letterboxd.com/spfats/ letterboxd.com/BrianRuppert/ letterboxd.com/brianruppert/list…eviewing-history/ twitter.com/Brianruppert

The Allan McKay Podcast
366 – VR Entrepreneur - Sally Slade

The Allan McKay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 56:05


Sally Slade worked for eight years in the VFX Industry, supporting visionary creators at Oscar award-winning studios, before pivoting to the XR Industry in 2016.  Sally was nominated as “Reality Mixer of the Year” by Microsoft for her HoloLens product, Muralize, and further decorated by the AWE for her contributions to back-to-back Auggie award-winning XR experiences: Meow Wolf's The Navigator, and the Virtual Production System used by Disney's The Lion King.  Most recently, Sally served as a Senior Technical Designer at Magnopus. She is currently the CTO at VOLTAKU.  Her hobbies include illustration and VTubing. She has released a “virtual production for anime” app called Vodcasto. In this Episode, Allan McKay talks to the CTO of VOLTAKU, AR/VR Developer Sally Slade about her work in VR, AR, MR, XR; launching VOLTAKU, developing her own app, upcoming technology and the importance of programming skills for artists. For more show notes, visit www.allanmckay.com/366.

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel
DIP VERTIGO - GET DIPPED 049 [dnbradio]

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 199:45


Recorded 2022-08-30 02:00:11 DnB Radio Tracklisting: * Drs, Tyler Daley, Dogger - Summer (Original Mix)* FD, Fox, Blind Mic - Just Chillin' (Original Mix)* Alb - Let Go (Original Mix)* Linksview - Falling Together* Bladerunner - Feels Like Heaven (Original Mix)* Dave Owen - Snake Eyes (Original Mix)* Mob Tactics, My Nu Leng - Sahara Dub (Original Mix)* Teddy Killerz - Vibrate (Original Mix)* Makah - Boulder* Burr Oak - Criminal Romance* Chase & Status, Ethan Holt - Hold Your Ground (Original Mix)* Bcee, Charlotte Haining, Emba - Before You (Extended Mix) * Hugh Hardie - No Compromise* dBridge, Jubei - Show Me (Original Mix)* Clipz, Beenie Man, Nia Archives, Cristale, ShaSimone - No Time (Original Mix) * Majistrate, MC Spyda, Nu Elementz - Gonna Be Alright (Original Mix) * Eden, Bladerunner - In My Soul (Original Mix) * Sl8r - Sunset Boulevard (Original Mix) * Trex - That's A Lyric Ya Know (Original Mix)* Paul T & Edward Oberon - Broken (Original Mix)* Kings Of The Rollers - Rave Alarm (VIP)* Sub Focus, Chase & Status - Flashing Lights (S.P.Y Remix) * Hoax - Crowd Control (Original Mix)* Chaser - Adrift (Original Mix)* Volition - Drunk* REAPER - COACH (Fredrick Remix)* L-Side - High Times VIP feat. MC Fats* Notequal - Motor* Hoax - Promise Me (Original Mix)* REAPER, The Arcturians - STAY ALIVE (feat. The Arcturians) (V O E Remix)* Chiyu - Reflective* Hoax - Error Code (Original Mix)* REAPER - RUNAWAY ft. Josh Rubin (Mazare Remix)* Niveau Zero, Pythius, Violence - The Poison and the Cure (Remix) * Dimension - Offender (Dimension & Grafix Remix)* Perplex - Move Like This* Prolix & Biometrix - Addicted To The Game* Friction - Music House (Original Mix)* Delta Heavy - Overkill (Original Mix) * DC Breaks - Shaman (Original Mix) * Demo, Cease - Ladies Night - VIP Mix * Die Ft. Lenny Laws - Little Punk * CCX - Unveiled * AIRGLO - Babylon (Original Mix)* Alix Perez, Trigga, Bou - Back to Basics (Original Mix)* Deekline, Navigator, Specimen A, Trigga, David Boomah - Duppy Destroyers (Sound Boy Killer) (L-Side Remix)* Bcee, Emba - The Great Scorer (Emba Remix)* HK Sage - Entropy (Original Mix)* Ben Soundscape - The Everything* Fearbace - Tide* Elixr - We Are (Original Mix)* Ritual - ?????* Unglued - South By West* Lenzman, Fox - Starlight (Original Mix)* Zar, Sl8r - Daydream (Original Mix)* REAPER - XLR8 (Audioscribe Remix)* DJ Wolf x Mojuba - ??????* Dawn Wall - Fears (Original Mix)Tracklisting:* Drs, Tyler Daley, Dogger - Summer (Original Mix)* FD, Fox, Blind Mic - Just Chillin' (Original Mix)* Alb - Let Go (Original Mix)* Linksview - Falling Together* Bladerunner - Feels Like Heaven (Original Mix)* Dave Owen - Snake Eyes (Original Mix)* Mob Tactics, My Nu Leng - Sahara Dub (Original Mix)* Teddy Killerz - Vibrate (Original Mix)* Makah - Boulder* Burr Oak - Criminal Romance* Chase & Status, Ethan Holt - Hold Your Ground (Original Mix)* Bcee, Charlotte Haining, Emba - Before You (Extended Mix) * Hugh Hardie - No Compromise* dBridge, Jubei - Show Me (Original Mix)* Clipz, Beenie Man, Nia Archives, Cristale, ShaSimone - No Time (Original Mix) * Majistrate, MC Spyda, Nu Elementz - Gonna Be Alright (Original Mix) * Eden, Bladerunner - In My Soul (Original Mix) * Sl8r - Sunset Boulevard (Original Mix) * Trex - That's A Lyric Ya Know (Original Mix)* Paul T & Edward Oberon - Broken (Original Mix)* Kings Of The Rollers - Rave Alarm (VIP)* Sub Focus, Chase & Status - Flashing Lights (S.P.Y Remix) * Hoax - Crowd Control (Original Mix)* Chaser - Adrift (Original Mix)* Volition - Drunk* REAPER - COACH (Fredrick Remix)* L-Side - High Times VIP feat. MC Fats* Notequal - Motor* Hoax - Promise Me (Original Mix)* REAPER, The Arcturians - STAY ALIVE (feat. The Arcturians) (V O E Remix)* Chiyu - Reflective* Hoax - Error Code (Original Mix)* REAPER - RUNAWAY ft. Josh Rubin (Mazare Remix)* Niveau Zero, Pythius, Violence - The Poison and the Cure (Remix) * Dimension - Offender (Dimension & Grafix Remix)* Perplex - Move Like This* Prolix & Biometrix - Addicted To The Game* Friction - Music House (Original Mix)* Delta Heavy - Overkill (Original Mix) * DC Breaks - Shaman (Original Mix) * Demo, Cease - Ladies Night - VIP Mix * Die Ft. Lenny Laws - Little Punk * CCX - Unveiled * AIRGLO - Babylon (Original Mix)* Alix Perez, Trigga, Bou - Back to Basics (Original Mix)* Deekline, Navigator, Specimen A, Trigga, David Boomah - Duppy Destroyers (Sound Boy Killer) (L-Side Remix)* Bcee, Emba - The Great Scorer (Emba Remix)* HK Sage - Entropy (Original Mix)* Ben Soundscape - The Everything* Fearbace - Tide* Elixr - We Are (Original Mix)* Ritual - ?????* Unglued - South By West* Lenzman, Fox - Starlight (Original Mix)* Zar, Sl8r - Daydream (Original Mix)* REAPER - XLR8 (Audioscribe Remix)* DJ Wolf x Mojuba - ??????* Dawn Wall - Fears (Original Mix) Download, Distribute, and Donate!

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Michaell Magrutsche - Being a successful system navigator vs. fulfilled human

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 27:39


I am an Austrian-Californian multimedia Artist, educator, author of 5 art-related books, podcaster, coach, creative advisor and former Newport Beach CA arts commissioner. Fluent in German and EnglishOutside the box thinker. I have resolved the paradox: Why are 95% of worldwide artists existing around the poverty level and therefore should be proud to be poor. But without creativity there are no man-made systems, there would be no world as we know it. The solution: I discover patterns within Art that foster creative communication and identify art values outside any systems which always raise our human potential.Michaell MICHAELLM.com #TheSmartofArthttps://anchor.fm/michaellart

Cruise Radio News
Cruise News Today — August 14, 2022

Cruise Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 2:39 Very Popular


Cruise News Today — August 14, 2022. Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Radiance and Royal Caribbean's Navigator of the Seas both skipped the Mexican port of Ensenada, Mexico, on Sunday over warnings from the U.S. Embassy of unrest in the area. When Carnival Splendor returns to Australia, guests on the first voyage back will be getting an extra day of the cruise as the ship returns to service a day earlier than planned. Cunard Line gives more details of its new build Queen Anne which is scheduled to debut in January 2024.  Cruise line stocks were up on Friday for CCL, RCL, and NCLH.