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The Folk Podcast
Episode 70: The Call of the North

The Folk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 54:58


In the last 10 years interest in Northern Spiritualities has skyrocketed, In this episode we discuss the growing interest in the old ways. While also looking at some of the reasons we believe that this growing interest is happening right now. 

Hope Community Church Video: Weekend Messages
When You Hit Rock Bottom | Chase Gardner [Saying No To God]

Hope Community Church Video: Weekend Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 30:57


God will often allow us to hit rock bottom because he cares more about changing our heart than our circumstances, but this temporary suffering is always worth it.Message Notes:Jonah 1:17 (ESV) Jonah is swallowed by a great fish and stays there for three days and three nights.There are three principles of how reconciling with God will play out in your life.1. You can turn back to God at any point.Jonah 2:1-2 (ESV)2. God will forgive your sin, but He won't always remove the consequences.Jonah 2:3-4 (ESV)3. God wants to change your heart more than He wants to change your circumstances.Jonah 2:5-6 (ESV)Jonah 2:6-7 (ESV)Jonah 2:8 (ESV)When you say yes to God, you are about to enter into a season of refining, which can be a slow process to change your heart.Jonah 2:8 (ESV)Jonah 2:9 (ESV)Jonah 2:10-3:3 (ESV)---If you're interested in registering for our Nxt Level Parent Conference, click here: https://gethope.net/conferenceIf you're new to Hope or looking to get connected, click here: https://gethope.net/nextsteps/If you've just made a decision for Christ, please respond here: https://bit.ly/3aWvIZNTo support this ministry financially to help us continue to love people where they are and encourage them to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ, click here: https://gethope.net/give/Stay Connected with Hope:Website: https://gethope.net/Hope Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gethopecommunitychurchHope Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/get_hope/ Hope Twitter: https://twitter.com/get_hopeHope YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/HopeCommunityChurch

Cougar Sports Saturday
BYU Football: How Will Divisions Look In New Big 12?

Cougar Sports Saturday

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 12:54


Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte start off the show discussing BYU's future in the Big 12 and some rumored projections for how divisions will look in the new conference. Right now, the proposal would be two 7-team divisions separated North and South. That would exist until Texas and Oklahoma leave for the SEC. The guys discuss their ideal set-up for divisions in the Big 12.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

How To Love Lit Podcast
Homer - The Odyssey - Episode 3 - Odysseus And The Cyclops Don't See Eye To Eye!

How To Love Lit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 41:39


Homer - The Odyssey - Episode 3 - Odysseus And The Cyclops Don't See Eye To Eye!   I'm Christy Shriver, and we're here to discuss books that have changed the world and have changed us.      And I'm Garry Shriver and this is the How to Love Lit Podcast.  This is our third episode covering Homer's Odyssey, and Christy, are we finally getting to Odysseus this week?     Yes- We finally meet our title character- it was an odyssey. Pun pun-     Oh my- here we go….    I know, and we get to see wordplay this week as well- although word play through translation is not exactly the same but the Greeks did a lot of it, and not just in the Odyssey, so it's nice to get just a little taste.    How interesting.    I know, it really is.  Homer, even though writing in verse that has meter, does not rhyme, but he does use word play- which may or may not be called a pun- but it does play around with the meaning and sounds of different words.      In episode 1 we discussed a lot of the historical context both of the period in which the story is set, but also of the mysterious writer, the supposed blind bard, we have always called Homer.   I did notice we do finally get to mee the blind bard of the Odyssey, the one the ancients think might be based on our poet, but I'm not sure I would have even paid much attention to that character if we hadn't talked about Demodocus being the model for Homer, previously.      No, I agree.  I wouldn't have either.  It's kind of an interesting literary concept, at one point there is a bard telling a story about a bard telling a story and then there's the story- so a story within a story within a story- talk about complicated.      Yeah- let's just move on.  In episode 2, we discussed Telemachus and his coming of age story that we call the Telemachy- or books 1-4.  In that portion of the story, we learned that swarms of suitors have overrun the family home back in Ithaca while Odysseus is away.  Telemachus' mother, Odysseus's wife, Penelope is being pressured to pick one of these suitors to be her husband, an act which would give the selected suitor a claim to be king or chieftain of Ithaca, perhaps even a contested heir to her fortune, leaving Telemachus' life in extreme danger.  We saw that Penelope tricked the suitors by claiming she would marry one of them after she weaved a funeral shroud for her father-in-law, Laertes.  During the day she would weave, but at night she would unravel her work.  For three years this worked until one of her ladies' maids gave her up.  It is at this point that we enter the story of Telemachus.  Athena visits him, first in the shape of an old friend of Odyssseus', Mentes,  but then into another man named Mentor.  She encourages Telemachus to take charge of his own future- to go out in the world and try to find out what has happened to his father by visiting his father's old war buddies.  Telemachus listens to Athena and visits two places: Pylos and Sparta.  Here he learns very little, honestly, about what happened to his father, but what we do see is Telemachus coming into his own.  We see his confidence and sense of self develop to the point that he seems quite a different person as he journeys back home ready to confront the very dangerous challenge of taking control over his own home or really retaking a kingdom that has been taken away from him.    Yes- and today we will see where Odysseus has been this whole time.  The goal today is to get through book 9, maybe start book ten, which is kind of a chronological boomerang really.  We start book 5 twenty years after Odysseus has left home.  Calypso is forced to release him which she does.   Poseidon is outraged and reacts.  Garry let's read Poseidon's response.    “I'll give that man his swamping fill of trouble!” With that he rammed the clouds together- both hands clutching his trident- churned the waves into chaos, whipping all the gales from every quarter, shrouding over in thunderheads the earth and sea at once- and night swept down from the sky- East and South Winds clashed and the raging West and North, spring from the heavens, roiled heaving breakers up- and Odysseus' knees quaked, his spirit too; numb with fear he spoke to his own great heart: “Wretched man- what becomes of me now, at last?     And of course the answer is- you're not to die yet.  The gods will see to it.   He is shipwrecked and then found naked on the beach by Nausicaa, the daughter of King Alcinous ruler of the incredibly gracious and skilled Phaeacian's.    And of course, it is through these people, we see an incredible example of what the Greeks call Xenia and basically how Homer defines what it means in this world to be a good person. In the Homeric world, or perhaps the ancient Greek world, if we can generalize, what makes a person good or bad is not the same as we think of today. So, Garry, just to get us started, as a concept, what is Xenia.    Well, it's a concept of hospitality that is an extremely complex and developed social  institution in the ancient Greek world.  If we break the word down- the word xenos- that word means both guest-friend or guest-stranger.  If you think of the word xenophobia- it means you have fear or hatred of strangers.  So xenia is how you receive or treat strangers in your community, your oikos, your household.   Well executed xenia solidified relationships between peoples; it created alliances, and could often be the difference between life and death.  It was also religious- one of Zeus' names is Zeus Xenios because he was the god that embodied a moral obligation to be hospitable to foreigners or strangers.       And it's that moral element that is so central to so much of what we should understand about why things happen the way they do in the Homeric world.  In Homer's world, hospitality drives morality.  It is in the hosting, receiving, gift-giving and relationship building that is pushing forward the movement in the world.  It's what gets you in favor or in trouble with the gods.  If you are a good host and/or good guest, you are a good person.  If you are a bad host/ bad guest, you are a bad person.  To me it really seems to be that simple.  The moral code that determines your place is life is not based on the ten commandments or something like that- it is not based on lying, or stealing or even murdering- things that we use to define morality. If you think about it, all three of those things Odysseus does all the time and is even admired for how well he does them.  The gods are proud that he is cunning.  He brags about sacking villages.  The climax of the book involves broadscale murder (there's a slight spoiler, if you are 3000 years behind the times and don't know the ending).  There is definitely no morality around sex at all.  The definition of who you are as a person is very dependent on something else and that something else is what the ancient's called xenia- this concept of being a good host and being a good guest.  Garry, from our standpoint today, that seems weird.  We don't value hospitality in this way at all, and on the other side, we look poorly on people who are pirates, liars, thieves, or adulterers.     True- and it is a very interesting way of thinking about things- and something we should think about.  Of course, obviously and I know you weren't being exclusionary, but there are other values emphasized in Homer's epics- respect for the gods, being a wise and moderate person, not to mention, you are supposed to avenge the death of family members, that is also part of the moral code, but your point cannot be overstated more- the importance of hospitality is essential to success in life, and there are very good and obviously practical reasons for this.      Just to clarify what we're talking about- even before we get to book five, we've seen examples of this in every chapter of the epic already.  Telemachus was a good host to Mentes. Nestor and Menelaus were amazing hosts to Telemachus ,and now Alcinious is even more gracious then the other two and in fact brings Odysseus home, even though it will cost him dearly, as we'll see at the end.      True, but the concept of Xenia is not just inherent in Greek culture.  It was important in other cultures in other parts of the ancient world as well.  If you want an example that you might be familiar with from this time period and if you familiar with Biblical text we see similar things in the book of Genesis in the Bible. Abraham is very concerned about being a good host as well as a good guest and we see various interactions of him being a guest when he wanders around Canaan.  And just as the gods in the Odyssey punish and murder those who do not respect the rules of hospitality, there is a perspective to suggest that the Hebrew God of the Bible also punishes those who do not respect the rules of hospitality- just look at Sodom and Gomorrah and how the destruction of that town is set up by the abuse of guests in the community.  How you receive strangers very much defines your humanity in many cultures and has for a long time.  This idea of morality being connected to hospitality is very ancient and deeply embedded in various ancient cultures.      Well, in the Odyssey there are at least 12 hospitality scenes of all kinds. We see examples of bad hospitality as well as examples of good hospitality- In book five, we see both juxtaposed against each other almost back to back.  In Polyphemus the Cyclopes- we see almost a perfect example of a bad host.   But he isn't the first character in the book to violate the rules of Xenia- for that we don't need to look further than book one and the suitors.  Those guys are clearly terrible guests, terrible humans and we don't feel a bit sorry for them when they get what's coming in the end.  But before we get t here, let's start with the concept of xenia itself.  What is this idea of being a host which is so central to the story?  How should we understand it in terms of culture so we can then extrapolate cross-culturally?  Why is hospitality important to the degree that it is a motif in almost every book of this epic.  In fact, it's a type scene.     A type-scene.  That's a new term.  Christy, what's a type scene?    A type scene is a scene that you see over and over again.  It's kind of like a pattern.  But you become familiar with it to the point that you can recognize differences in how different people practice the same pattern or the same type, so to speak. For example, in the Iliad, how a person puts on his armour is a type scene- it happens over and over and you can see the pattern with the differences.  Holding sacrifices is another type-scene- it happens all the time.  There are many kinds of type-scenes at the disposal of the bard, he uses them to set up the story. We don't have time to feature all of them, obviously, but I want to talk about hospitality because it's so relevant to what the Odyssey is all about, in my view.   Like I said before, in the Odyssey there are at least 12 hospitality scenes.  So, that's a lot of emphasis- it sets off the plot in chapter 1, it creates complications throughout, and in some ways how we can watch Odysseus evolve as a character.  We watch him develop as we watch him reveal who his is in these various interactions with his different hosts.  So back to this idea of gift-giving and hospitality.  What are your thoughts- just in general?    Well, first of all, let's recognize that we are in an ancient world consisting of mostly isolated islands.  There are no hotels, no restaurants, and not even any money.  The Chinese are given credit in being the first to come up with money, but that wasn't until around 770 BCE.  So, just in that regard, you can see how important relationships would be just on a survival level.  Bartering, obviously did exist. But, in general, if a person is going to travel, he will have to rely on mercy from other people to survive, and of course that's how ancient societies worked.  Again, a parallel example of ancient text would be the stories of the Old Testament in the Bible, if you recall.  People went into the lands of others and threw themselves at the mercies of those rulers.  So in some sense, the idea of emphasizing hospitality on a macro-scale makes sense- I'll host you if you'll host me.  But that doesn't answer the second question, why all these gifts?  You would think that the one giving the gift would be the one being hosted.  He/or she after all is the one being fed, being clothed.  You would also think that if you were a rat of a human, and so many of us are rats, you could just go around and exploit person after person.  And notice, and you can see this through the many scenes of hospitality, you are supposed to feed and bathe a guest BEFORE you even ask their name or their business.  THAT was the ethics of the tradition.  So, the question, is why give gifts?      Well, of course, I don't know, but the obvious first pass guess, again, maybe is the idea of reciprocity.  I am going to host you today knowing that one day that balance of power may shift and I may need your hospitality.  I'll give you a good gift, so that one day you will give me a good gift- that sort of thing.  Except, as I say that out loud, it does fail the say out loud test.  After going through the Christmas season, if you are a person who practices gift-giving, you know there are always those people that shaft you.  How many of us have been in situations where we drew names, and you're supposed to buy a gift for the person that you get their name and spend a certain dollar amount.  Well, we all know that person or persons who will shaft whoever they draw.  They will justify it by saying to themselves, “Well, the original price was the money limit, I just got it on sale and they'll never know.”- which of course is bogus because we always know.   But sometimes people don't bother even doing that.  They may just shaft you because there is nothing anyone is going to do about it at a holiday party.  That sort of thing.  I can't imagine the Greeks not having those schumcks- well, we know they have those schmucks- they've moved into Penelope's house in book one.  So, I guess I'll ask you- why give gifts?  I can see how it would make a society a better and kinder place, but I can't see how and why it works.  It seems to go against human nature.    True- Of course the first reason is it makes you a good person and it pleases the gods- and we want to be good people and we all want to please the gods.  We just do.  Even those of us who unfortunately find ourselves incarcerated for terrible things we've done to other people, will likely NOT EVER want to give up the idea that we are good people.  We want others to see that in us, and we want the gods to see that in us.  And of course, we see that idea here- the gods will reward generosity and hospitality.      Which brings us to Alcinous' daughter- she truly is depicted at being a wonderful human being.  She's brave and she's generous.  Let's read where Odysseus approaches her and begs for mercy.    Page 174    But of course, as we can clearly see here.  Naussicaa, the princess, is an exceptional person.  Not very many of us are as wonderful as this girl, so I don't think reciprocity fully explains the concept of gift giving.  Of course, I don't know for sure, but one perspective  to consider here is in watching the balance of power.  Remember, primitive societies didn't have InterPol, or the United Nations, or anything like that, but that doesn't mean they didn't still have complex systems of interacting. When you show up on someone's shore, the smart thing for the person on the shore to do is to kill you at the get go- and in fact, that's what happened a lot.   Man, after all is a warring being, and societies historically war. And that is where I see the value of gifts.  The currency of today and the currency of the ancient world in one sense is the same- fame, reputation, power, glory, status- isn't that what people buy with their money- a higher place on the hierarchy?   Today, we literally BUY it with money.  We can and do buy VIP seating, VIP lounges, private planes, exclusive clubs, name brands and for what?  These things showcase that we are more important than other people- our social rank- no matter how egalitarian we claim to be.  In the ancient world just as today, greatness is defined by reputation, fame, glory- and how that happens is by giving and getting.  It's builds reputation.  If we look at what actually happens in this particular story what I notice is that for one- These tokens matter economically.  And this particular family, which is described as being a cunning family, are good at amassing wealthy by being recipients of great gifts.  We certainly see it in Odysseus.  But we also see it in Telemachus who actually negotiates his gifts, but and even Penelope is very smart in collecting gifts and building her own wealth.   But let's look at it from the other side of things.  What the giver gets in exchange is also of great value.  The giver of each gift is sending with the recipient a signal to everyone who sees the gift a message of his great reputation.  Everyone is reminded that King Menelaus is great every time he sees an artifact that came from his kingdom.  Everyone is reminded not to mess with a man as grand as can afford to give away something as great as this gifr or that gift.  But the giver is also building personal indebtedness that can extend multi-generationally.  We saw that when Telemachus visited his fathers' friends.  This networking extends reputation and gift exchange is also a tool with  which hierarchy is established.      Well, in the case of King Alcinous, he had a tremendous reputation for greatness and was, and I quote, “obeyed like a god”.   We could talk quite a bit about this banquet  King Alcinous and Queen Arete threw in honor of their guest:  the recognition scene, the games, etc.  but I want to jump ahead to the cyclopes- which is just fun to read.  And of course, it brings up one of the reasons why this book is so popular.  It's readable at every level.  We can read it for some psychological or anthropological understanding of humanity, but it's also just as fun and worthy to read the gory description of a dude poking out another dude's only eye.  So, jumping straight to book 9, the bard, in book eight, has been telling Odysseus' story but now Alcinous is making Odysseus tell his own story and finally Odysseus confesses his identity.      I am Odysseus, son of Laertes, known to the world for every kind of craft- my fame has reached the skies.  Sunny Ithaca is my home.  Atop her stands our seamark, Mount Neriton's leafy ridges shimmering in the wind.      And on he goes describing his homeland.  The first story he tells is about him sacking and plundering Cicones- sacking the city, killing the men.  By our standards, its sheer pirating, but it's not a shameful story in this context.  The shame came at the end when his stupid men got drunk and allowed the Cicones to get them back.  He says “out of each ship, six men-at-arms were killed.”  So, there's the example of how a lot of these interactions between peoples go- people warring against invaders.  But after the Cicones, he gets to the Lotus eaters.    The Lotus eaters' story is famous too, and I love how the Percy Jackson movie portrayed the Lotus eaters as being a casino in Las Vegas, and the men just kind of losing track of time as so many have in those corridors that connect the Pallazzo to the Venetian or Bally's to Paris.      I agree- Las Vegas is perfect.  The passage about the lotus eaters is a short passage especially for how well known it is, let's remember those famous Lotus Eaters.    Page 214    You know, I've heard this passage described as people high on drugs, but we may be too quick to go the route of mental incapacity.  When the men go back to their boat, they are aware that they are being forced to leave, and they even cry about it.  It's not their perceptions that are impaired; it's their will that's impaired.  The bedazzling experience of the present has totally obliterated any sense of time as well as any concern about other experiences in the future.  It's a metaphor for a lot of things beyond drugs that have this effect- although drugs definitely unfortunately do this in the extreme.      Ha!  I would say so- can we say tik tok!!  You know, our good friend, Cristiana, the other day got on tiktok, and let me say she's my age, so we're not talking about a child.  Anyway, her complaint about it was that she spent an hour drifting through video after video.  She was entertained for sure, but after an hour she looked up and realized could not tell you one thing that she had seen.  The videos were too short to even stick in her short term memory.  She was annoyed because she couldn't account for the time- she remarked that she literally had nothing to show for it- it went the way of the lotus eaters.    Ha!  So true- I guess Instagram and Facebook aren't much better,  but let me ask you this- is that an example of good xenia or bad xenia?     HA!  Well, I think of it as just a little sidebar until we get to the big xenia story-  the story of the Cyclopes-     A couple of things to notice as we compare the story of Polyphemus as host to the story about King Alcinous and Queen Arete and their reception of Odysseus.  With the Phaeacians, we see a positive example of what it means to be a good person.  We see a great and confident leader who has built a good community.  Homer is going to juxtapose that with this community that does not work well.  We are going to see what it means to be bad- a bad person, a bad leader and live in a bad society.  Remember when I said that a type-scene is a scene where you recognize a pattern.  Well, the pattern to receive a guest has been established a bunch of times already starting in book one now through book 8.  And Polyphemus does everything absolutely wrong.  He's the very opposite of a good person, and the Cyclopes society is the opposite of a good society.  Besides the hospitality type-scene- we also have an assembly which is another type-scene.  We've had a bunch of assemblies already as well- remember when Telemachus called an assembly, they met and passed around the scepter and all that, well Polyphemus is going to try to call an assembly, but it doesn't go well either because nothing these barbaric people do is worth anything.  They are awful in all ways.    So, in a traditional hospitality scene- you're supposed approach the visitor, welcome the visitor, seat and feed the visitor, offer the visitor a drink, then ask the visitor's name, exchange information, entertain the visitor, allow the visitor to bath, then sleep, try to detain the visitor give the visitor a gift, make a sacrifice  to the gods and finally escort him to the next destination.  That's exactly what we've already seen over and over again up to this point.  With that in mind, let's look at how Polyphemus treats civilized life.  First of all, Polyphemus isn't there at first, but when he gets there, before anything else, he asks them who they are.      Let's read it.     Page 219    Stop after other men then read his response    And of course they answer him, not by stating who they are but by saying who've they've been with and asking for a guest-guest.      Which  didn't go well.    No- let's read how it goes.     P 220      Instead of feeding the guests, he eats them.  It can't get worse than that, but there are more oppositions, instead of the host offering the guests wine, Odysseus offers Polyphemus wine.  And instead of Odysseus revealing his identity, he conceals it- He tells Polyphemus his name is Nobody or No man depending how your book translate it- And of course Polyphemus  likes the wine so much he decides to give Odysseus or Nobody a guest gift, but the gift is terrible.    Page 222    The scholars tell us that this scene actually has four examples of word play in the Greek, but the translation only comes across as one.  It's kind of fun that it works.  But it is this word play that has interested so many and sets the primary complication for the ten years of Odysseus' life.    Odysseus manages to get Polyphemus drunk and he and his crew stab him in the eye, very infeasibly with a piece of wood they made out of embers (don't try to explain that scientifically).  Let's read it.    Page 223    And of course, Odysseus gets away by being smart, patient, more cunning- the things that the gods reward.  Polyphemus is left to cry out to his father Poseidon- which of course in some ways is the correct idea, you are supposed to pray to the gods before your guests leave, but not like this.  And of course, finally Odyssey leaves not being escorted but by fleeing with his life as Polyphemus throws boulders at him.  Ironically, however,  Odysseus would have gotten away, and we wouldn't have had a story except for the lines that Odysseus blurts out once he's safely far enough away where he thinks he's escaped.    Page 227  .  He just can't be a nobody.  He had to tell him who he was.  He wanted him to know.  And isn't that what takes all of us on so many personal Odysseys.  We just can't be a nobody.  We would lose something in our humanity like that.  It's about identity.  That's what we're looking for in some sense.  It's what the whole of life experience is about in many ways.  Who are we?  We are NOT a nobody- at least we hope we're not- we hope to be a somebody to somebody.  How well Homer knows us.     Indeed.  It's an idea that we see Homer taking with us for the rest of the books.  Odysseus will reclaim his name.  He will define it. It's what defines your home- the place where you are somebody.  But another point to make, and I don't want to leave this discussion of uncivilized people without making mention of one other thing.  There is something very interesting to notice in Poseidon's prayer.  You know, if I had been blinded, and I had a magical father with powers, I might pray for my eyesight back.  That would be the most helpful thing moving forward, at least you'd think.  But that's not what Polyphemus does.  Let's read it.    Page 228    He'd rather have revenge than his own eyesight.      Indeed- it's fascinating to me- that when Homer wants to finish his description of what a pitiful example of a living breathing low-life is, what a totally uncivilized society looks like- he starts by saying it's a group of people who do no work, produce nothing, have no assemblies, do not live well in community, but he ends it with a prayer to seek vengeance in a final breath.      Ha!  I guess so. The worst of in us all played out- a bad person would rather hurt another person that move forward.   Well, off Odysseus goes.  He thinks he's caught a break at the beginning of book 10.  He reaches the home of the god Aeolus- a giant floating island.  And this god receives him well- another hospitality scene.  They go through all the things, and he gets a great parting gift.  He gives him a sack of wind.  Aeolus binds the winds from all the corners of the earth except the West Wind that blows Odysseus all the way to Ithaca.  For Nine days he sails non stop.  He can see men tending fires on the beaches of his hometown.  He's made it.  He can rest, but his men are greedy.  Right before they get there, while Odysseus is asleep, the shipmates open the bag wanting to sneak out treasure while Odysseus isn't watching.  When they open the bag all the winds come out at once, and they get blown all the way back to King Aeolus.  Oops.  Odysseus asks him to put the winds back in the bag.  This time, Aeolus says, sorry but no.  Instead this is what he said- let's read King Aeolus lines.    , “Away from my island- fast- most cursed man alive! It's a crime to host a man or speed him on his when the blessed deathless gods despise him so.  Crawling back like this-it proves the immortals hate you! Out- get out!'    And so off he goes- and I guess it's time for us to head out as well.  Next episode we'll pick up with Circe, and go through the rest of Odysseus' wanderings.  I also want to talk a little bit about the role of women in the books, as we'll meet a couple more.      Sounds good.  So, we'll call it a wrap for today.  Thanks for listening.  WE hope you're enjoying our discussions as we work our way through this influential classic.  As always, we hope you will honor us by sharing an episode with a friend either by text email or word of mouth.  Please leave us a five star rating on your podcast app and of course visit us at howtolovelitpodcast.com, where we have plenty of instructional materials if you are a teacher or student.  Also, follow us on any or all of our social media: Instagram, facebook, linked in, and if you'd like to receive our monthly newsletter, please email Christy at christy@howtolovelitpodcast.com.                       

Froggy Stories
Froggy reunites with Chloe Chameleon and Ms. Gigglesworth for some Ice skating

Froggy Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 8:25


Froggy heads to the frozen North for some fun in the ice!!

The Dom Giordano Program
North Penn Mother Jessie Bradica Provides Update On Viral Pic Showing Teacher Taping Mask To A Student's Face

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 9:22


Jessie Bradica, founder of North Penn Stronger Together, returns to the Dom Giordano Program after last night's North Penn school board meeting, in which parents from the town laid into school board officials after a photo went viral showing a teacher taping a mask to a student's face. Bradica takes listeners inside the school board meeting, and tells what she hopes to see from the board moving forward, particularly concerning issues of Coronavirus. Also, Bradica reveals that certain board members are running for state-wide positions, and tells of other issues that her group has been pushing back against. (Photo by Getty Images)

Texas Football Today
Gary Patterson is a Longhorn, and a conversation with the world's top chocolate milk expert — Episode 1,317 (January 21, 2021)

Texas Football Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022


Tepper and Pickle react to Gary Patterson joining the staff at Texas, and talk with Perry James of AFoolzErrand.com about how he became the world's foremost expert on chocolate milk.

The River Certified Podcast
Fat Guys That Like Humidity - The River Certified Podcast Ep. 26

The River Certified Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 99:58


Spencer Bauer talks with Kevin Lakin of Palmetto Cats and Michael Murillo of Murillo Family Fishing. Click for Straight Heat Stickers! Topics discussed: Katfish hats: Principal engineering; Catfish awards; Poaching prizes; Finding balance; Early birds and night owls; Talking with a fishing icon; Utilizing your talents; Getting too stoked; Perspective of success; North vs South; We're not boring; Fishing in comfort; Podcasting 18 hours apart; Questionable online anglers; Being yourself on camera; When things get weird online; 99% of people don't suck; Sketchy hotel rooms and hotel room envy; And much more! Connect with Spencer, Ryan, and River Certified River Certified on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook River Certified Merch Email us spencer@rivercertified.com taslerryan@hotmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Daily Thunder Podcast
753: The Feud // Spiritual Lessons from Abe Lincoln's America 02 (Eric Ludy)

Daily Thunder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 38:27


This is the second episode in Eric Ludy's winter Daily Thunder series that dives into the unstable season of American history known as the Antebellum period (1815-1861). Surprising to most Americans is that the division between the North and the South that led to the Civil War in 1861, was a 250 year feud that started back in 1604 with the rise of King James I to the seat of power in England. And it was a fight between “Christians” of two differing vantage points. This feud fueled the formation of two distinct factions known as the Puritans (North) and the Cavaliers (South). And the only similarity that these two shared over those 250 years was hate for one another. The ironic thing is that “feuding” isn't in the Christian Dictionary of Godly Behavior. It doesn't fit the Christ-pattern of love, forgiveness, and mercy. Our world today is attempting to stick us all into a two-party system. Instead, we must choose to be above that . . . and be simply Christians. Support this podcast

The Gospel for Planet Earth w/ Karl and Susie Gessler
Two Fathers We Should Never Forget w/ Don Hendrix

The Gospel for Planet Earth w/ Karl and Susie Gessler

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 73:32


The Northern and Southern states alike have always revered General Robert E Lee and General Stonewall Jackson. Without a doubt, Lee is a father of this country, but is he also a father of our faith? Recently, certain people in our media have vilified Lee as a white supremacist whom we should forget. But why should we suddenly condemn a man that we have long revered? What do we lose if we lose Robert E Lee? What do we gain if we retain his memory? General "Stonewall" Jackson is also deeply loved by the Southern United States and respected by the North. Jackson gained his nickname because of his bravery in battle, which sprung from his faith. Should Christians listen to the public pressure to condemn Jackson wholesale today?In Today's podcast, Don Hendrix joins me in the studio to talk about the importance of nuance in history and the importance of recognizing the greatness of these two men of faith and character.Telegram: The Faith of the Fatherswww.karlgessler.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/karlgessler)

Murder She Spoke
Episode 80: Mary Queen of Scots

Murder She Spoke

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 62:32


Episode 80: Mary Queen of Scots. This week Joannagh delves into the history books to tell us the story of Mary Queen of Scots.We hear of the many plots surrounding the young Queen all through her life, from murder plots to political schemes involving several major European powers.Joannagh describes how the reformation and the continuing tensions between the catholic and protestant faiths in Scotland and England was the catalyst for much of the turmoil in the life of Mary.We hear how investigations - and possible set-ups - were used to justify Mary's imprisonment and ultimately her execution by her cousin Queen Elizabeth of England and how the political landscapes of Scotland and England were affected by her death.Case research by Joannagh ShanksProduced by Emma Taylor & Joannagh ShanksEditing by Shaun O'NeillMusic by Tribe of NoiseSources of research:https://www.britannica.com/place/Scotland/Mary-1542-67-and-the-Scottish-Reformationhttps://www.nts.org.uk/stories/mary-queen-of-scotshttps://www.britannica.com/biography/Catherine-de-Medicihttps://www.britannica.com/biography/Mary-queen-of-Scotlandhttps://www.nms.ac.uk/explore-our-collections/stories/scottish-history-and-archaeology/mary-queen-of-scots/mary-queen-of-scots/who-was-mary-queen-of-scots/https://www.rct.uk/collection/themes/trails/mary-queen-of-scots-1542-1587https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/mary-queen-of-scots-beheadedhttps://www.westminster-abbey.org/abbey-commemorations/royals/mary-queen-of-scotshttps://scottishhistorysociety.com/the-scottish-reformation-c-1525-1560/https://localhistories.org/a-history-of-scotland-in-the-16th-and-17th-century/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary,_Queen_of_Scotshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Reformationhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Reformation_Parliamenthttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papal_Jurisdiction_Act_1560https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renaissancehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_Act_1496https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninety-five_Theseshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Solway_Mosshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_V_of_Scotlandhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renaissance_in_Scotlandhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Union_of_the_Crownshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rough_Wooinghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_IV_of_Scotlandhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Perpetual_Peacehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catherine_of_Aragonhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Ihttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Rizziohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Stewart,_1st_Earl_of_Morayhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Howard,_4th_Duke_of_Norfolkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rising_of_the_North

Do Or Dice: A D&D Podcast
The North: Ep. 40 - A New Voice

Do Or Dice: A D&D Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 39:11


As the group finds and traverses the hidden pass, a new voice seems to linger in the dense blanket of snow.   -----------------------------------------------   For show notes, including player bio's, character sheets and more head over to: https://doordicepodcast.com/   Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/doordicepodcast   Join in the community on Discord: https://discord.gg/pGaDRwb   Discover more about us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doordicepodcast/ Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoOrDicePodcast Connect with us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/doordicepodcast Check out our swag: https://www.teepublic.com/user/doordice Don't forget to jump to our sponsors websites' and use our codes at checkout for great savings and to support the show! https://easyrollerdice.com/ - Code: "DOD25" for 25% off your entire order!  https://wyrmwoodgaming.com/ - Code:  "doordice" for free domestic shipping -----------------------------------------------   Music + SFX List: Silly Intro by Alexander Nakarada Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4786-silly-intro License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Mystery Piano Snowfall Interlude by Brian Holtz Music Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8813-mystery-piano-snowfall-interlude License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Atlantis by Frank Schröter Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8784-atlantis License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Spring In Russia by Alexander Nakarada Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4845-spring-in-russia License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Science fiction cold howling blizzard wind or snowstorm. Version 1 by Zapsplat (https://www.zapsplat.com/) License: CC BY   March of the Spoons by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4021-march-of-the-spoons License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Moorland by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4079-moorland License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Dreamy Interlude by Alexander Nakarada Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/6669-dreamy-interlude License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   The Crown by Alexander Nakarada Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4907-the-crown License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Little Trolls by Frank Schröter Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8104-little-trolls License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   The Ominous Oboe  by chilledmusic Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8778-the-ominous-oboe- License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Chasing Daylight by Scott Buckley Link: https://www.scottbuckley.com.au/library/chasing-daylight/ License: CC BY

The Dom Giordano Program
North Penn Stronger Together Tells Backstory of Viral Pic of Teacher Taping Mask to Face of Student

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 9:23


Jessie Bradica and Jennifer Miller, mothers with North Penn Stronger Together, join the Dom Giordano Program to tell the story behind their photo which went viral, showing a teacher in the North Penn School District taping a mask to the face of a student. First, Jessie tells us the backstory to the photo, telling why she and the organization posted the photo, and revealing that another student took the picture. Jennifer Miller, a mother of 4 in the district, tells what emotion was evoked after seeing the photo, and tells why she felt the need to get involved herself. (Photo by Getty Images)

Battles and Banter: A Relaxed Military History Podcast

On the first Battles & Banter episode of 2022, Avery takes a solo look at one of the more overlooked and significant U.S. victories from the American Civil War: The Battle of Mill Springs. Also known as the Battle of Logan's Crossroads, the engagement that took place in southeastern Kentucky on that rainy day of January 19th, 1862, marked the first major land victory for the North. Not only did it put General George H. Thomas on the map as a reliable U.S. commander, but it opened the gates for the Federal forces to invade Tennessee and led to the more famous battles of Forts Henry and Donelson a few weeks later. Join Avery as he summarizes the battle and its significance and lays out the upcoming plan for the 2022 BnB schedule. Enjoy!

Texas Football Today
Recapping the Houston Cougars' remarkable 2021 season, and the Top 10 most surprising TXHSFB teams — Episode 1,316 (January 20, 2021)

Texas Football Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022


Recapping the Houston Cougars' remarkable 2021 season, and the Top 10 most surprising TXHSFB teams

Hey Human Podcast
Matt Rutherford: Home On The Ocean, Alone

Hey Human Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 81:03


E295 Matt Rutherford is the first sailor to complete a single-handed nonstop voyage around North and South America. And he did it in a 27-foot Albin Vega! Matt's childhood was a combo of drugs, cults, truancy, and several stints in jail. At 17, his life's course would change. He bought his first sailboat, sight unseen, […]

The Common Good Podcast
Chuck Mingo, Founder & CEO of Courageous Love, discusses the importance of having conversations about racial healing, Brian and Aubrey talk about Gospel culture, and they offer encouragement on finding hope in seasons of darkness - January 19, 2022

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 55:52


(00:00-9:40): Is wearing a mask a way to love our neighbors? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and commented on the CNN article, “Gorsuch declines to wear mask, as bench-mate Sotomayor works from her office.” (9:40-26:42): Chuck Mingo, Pastor at Crossroads Church and Founder & CEO of Courageous Love, the organization behind the LivingUNDIVIDED and WorkingUNDIVIDED experience, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about the impact of LivingUNDIVIDED and the importance of working toward racial healing. Learn more about LivingUNDIVIDED at undivided.com and learn more about WorkingUNDIVIDED at workingundivided.com Learn more about Chuck at chuckmingo.com and connect with him on Twitter at @ChuckMingo (26:42-36:35): Brian and Aubrey shared what Grinds their Gears as they talked about upcharges for french fries, COVID brain fog, COVID phone calls, people who ask questions during tv shows and movies, people who say, “I'm sorry you got mad,” and nasty restaurant smells.  (36:35-44:56): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on a tweet from Dane Ortlund, “Gospel culture is simply the horizontalizing of what we believe vertically--and if those beliefs are not horizontalized, that shows we don't actually believe them vertically to begin with. Forgiven, we forgive. Loved, we love. Embraced, we embrace. Encouraged, we encourage.” (44:56-55:51): How can we find hope and joy in seasons of darkness? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and reflected on a beautiful YouTube video from Cecilia Blomdahl, “It's been 70 days since we last saw the sun | Daily life in the North & a huge surprise!” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

It's A Drama: Parenting podcast.
7 Things You WON'T Miss When You Move To New Zealand

It's A Drama: Parenting podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 34:01


If you are thinking of moving to New Zealand from the UK (or elsewhere for that matter) and are concerned about a few things you may miss, you are going to really LOVE this show! Last week, Brian and went on holiday.  We stayed in a suburb of Dunedin called Port Chalmers. We loved it. Not only were we are away from the kids that never stop eating and the lawn that never stops growing, but we were able to explore one of the most beautiful parts of New Zealand. It was during this time in the South Island, that we realised there were some things, things that we'd been longing for these past twelve years, were right here under our noses. Imagine that. Ready to find out what they are? Let's go!   Would You Like To Join Our Private New Zealand Community? Are you Considering Moving To New Zealand and are desperate to know what life in New Zealand is (really) like? Do You LOVE New Zealand & dream of moving here one day? Sign up HERE, and I will send you my FREE Moving to and Living in New Zealand Guide. A 5 Part Video Series! At the end of the series, you will be offered details of how to become part of our inspiring and growing community of New Zealand loving members! SIGN UP NOW!     Moving to New Zealand? Here's More Content For You! Taranaki. Why We Consider It One Of The BEST Places In NZ To Live. WARNING!! Do Not Say This in New Zealand!! Life in New Zealand Compared to the UK. From a Kiwi Who's Tried Both Leaving America to live in New Zealand 7 Things That Scared us About Moving To New Zealand Living in New Zealand. Why 30% Of Immigrants Go Back Home Moving to New Zealand. The How's, the Whys and the Hoops. Moving to New Zealand. 5 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid Making Americans in New Zealand. Will They Ever Feel at Home?   Interested in Life in New Zealand? Here's More Content For You! Is New Zealand NEGLECTING These Essential Life Skills? Lions and Tigers and Bears Oh My...Scary Things in New Zealand 7 Weird Things About New Zealand You Know You're in New Zealand When... Where To Live in New Zealand? North or South Island? Christmas Down Under? Wonderful or Weird?     Behind The Scenes Podcast Episodes (Where we share the things that are happening in our lives right now). Episode #1: Meeting Our Teenage Daughter. Life at 17. Episode #2: Our Son at 20. Homeschooled. No College. Three Jobs. Episode #3: We Met Online. The Māori Subscribers Who Changed Our Lives. Episode #4: The REAL Reason We Left the UK. Episode #5: Quitting School. Now What? Episode #6. Dealing With The Mistakes You Make Online   Can't Wait To Travel Again? Here's Some Inspiring Content For You! 7 Most Beautiful Places on Earth (And Why You Need To Visit Them SOON!  Japanese Culture. 7 Things You Should (Really) Know BEFORE You Go How to Travel The World For Free. Or at Least Very, Very Cheap. Italy Travel (Like You've Never Seen Before. In Your Life.)   Follow us on: YouTube Pinterest Facebook TikTok   Subscribe to us on Apple Subscribe on Android Subscribe on Spotify  

History Is Dank
The Great Heathen Army

History Is Dank

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 41:18


In the year 865 on the Isle of Britton dudes from the North cruised down and decided to post up for good. Casting myth aside... this is a tale of raids, revenge and assimilation. Alright, there is still a little myth.  DADGRASS.COM/DANK for 20% your first order! Sources: Historic-uk.com ‘The Great Heathen Army' by Josh Butler, Smithsonianmag.com, Wikipedia.org, Britannica.com, Historyextra.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The HorrorBabble Podcast
”The Arctic Death” by Wilford Allen / Arctic Horror (3/5)

The HorrorBabble Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 42:10


"The Arctic Death" by American author Wilford Allen, first appeared in Weird Tales Magazine in June 1927. Out of the North it came, that dread death that touched every living thing with a killing cold.

Experience of the Soul
Prosperity Week 2: Give It Away (Jan 16, 2022) | Weekly Message from Unity North Tampa

Experience of the Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 17:42


Links:Unity North Tampahttps://unitynorthtampa.org/ More from Cynthia Alice Andersonhttps://cynthiaaliceanderson.com/ •This channel is made possible because of listeners just like you. If you would like to support the channel with your tax-deductible contribution on an ongoing basis or through a one-time gift, head over to ExperienceOfTheSoul.com. And if you enjoy this podcast, you can help spread the word by leaving a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or the platform of your choice.This message is copyright 2022, Unity North Tampa. All Rights Reserved. Our theme music, “The Light of God,” is composed by Shannon Kropf and used with permission. You can find it at shannonkropf.com.The Experience of the Soul Podcast Channel is a production of 818 Studios.

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
Darren Grimes | Hunting Bears, Younger Dryas, Colonial Genocide and A Canadian Shame

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 164:37


Darren Grimes, Author and Host of The Grimerica Show, Grimerica Outlawed, and The Indian In The Room, joins me to discuss his new book A Canadian Shame. We discussed the inspiration for the book, Bear Hunting, Darren's new podcast The Indian In The Room, the current Canadian Lockdown, Justin Trudeau and The Connections between the Mohawk and Teotihuacan and the ancient cultures that lived and thrived there thousands of years before colonialism and all of the atrocities that came with the genocide of the peoples of North and South America. Buy Darren's Book A Canadian Shame Here Follow Grimerica HereYogi Zorananda joins me for our extended outro for an update on his life and his thoughts on what 2022 will bring.Support Yogi Zorananda here https://zorananda.com/https://feeds.transistor.fm/renegade-yogiMFTIC Merch is Here for 2022!https://mftic-podcast.creator-spring.comJoin us on TelegramLeave me a message On Telegram!For Exclusive My Family Thinks I'm Crazy Content: Only 3$ get 50+ Bonus Episodes, Sign up on our Patreon For Exclusive Episodes. Check out the S.E.E.E.N.or on Rokfin@MFTICPodcast on Twitter@myfamilythinksimcrazy on Instagram, Follow, Subscribe, Rate, and Review we appreciate you!https://www.myfamilythinksimcrazy.comhttps://altmediaunited.com/my-family-thinks-im-crazy/Listen to Every AMU with this link. https://lnns.co/pI5xHeyFdfgOur Sponsors!Reiki and Tuning Fork Sessions With Audrey LobdellHolistic Healing Resources at Akasha GoodsForest Bathing with FruCrystal Infused Essential Oils by One Thumb ElIntro Song by Destiny Lab IntroMusic: First DayInterludeMusic: The WoodsBy FluxapaxOutroMusic: CrazyBy Daniel MustoReleased under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License Thanks To Soundstripe★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Texas Football Today
Houston Strake Jesuit TE Chico Holt, the latest recruiting notes, and more — Episode 1,315 (January 19, 2022)

Texas Football Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022


Hear from 2023 prospect Houston Strake Jesuit tight end Chico Holt, and Greg Powers stops by to get you up to speed on the latest rumblings from the recruiting trail.

Experience of the Soul
Prosperity Week 2: Give It Away (Jan 16, 2022) | Weekly Message from Unity North Tampa

Experience of the Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 19:16


Links:Unity North Tampahttps://unitynorthtampa.org/ More from Cynthia Alice Andersonhttps://cynthiaaliceanderson.com/ •This channel is made possible because of listeners just like you. If you would like to support the channel with your tax-deductible contribution on an ongoing basis or through a one-time gift, head over to ExperienceOfTheSoul.com. And if you enjoy this podcast, you can help spread the word by leaving a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or the platform of your choice.This message is copyright 2022, Unity North Tampa. All Rights Reserved. Our theme music, “The Light of God,” is composed by Shannon Kropf and used with permission. You can find it at shannonkropf.com.The Experience of the Soul Podcast Channel is a production of 818 Studios.

Suffer the Little Children
Episode 96: Teghan Skiba (Part 1)

Suffer the Little Children

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 40:29


In July of 2010, Helen Reyes left for Army reserves training, leaving her boyfriend of six months, 21-year-old Jonathan Richardson, to care for her four-year-old daughter, Teghan Skiba. Over the next ten horrendous days, Jonathan kept Teghan confined in a shed on his grandparents' property in Smithfield, North Carolina and subjected the four-year-old to every imaginable form of physical, psychological, and sexual torture. When she became unresponsive on July 16, 2010 after a blow to the head, Jonathan took her to the emergency room with injuries so severe and horrifying that one nurse physically attacked him.This is the story of a four-year-old girl who loved her family, Disney princesses, and playing outside on sunny days. It's also the story of a demented young man who, for whatever unfathomable reason, spent ten days in a shed torturing a little girl whose body only gave out after suffering countless bruises, welts, broken bones, lacerations, and human bite marks.This is part one of the horrific story of Teghan Skiba.Photos related to today's episode can be viewed on Facebook and Instagram:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sufferthelittlechildrenpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sufferthelittlechildrenpodYou can also follow the podcast on: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/sufferthelittlechildrenpodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/STLCpodTumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/sufferthelittlechildrenpodPinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/sufferthelittlechildrenpodTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@STLCpod My Linktree is available here: https://linktr.ee/stlcpod Visit the podcast's web page at https://www.sufferthelittlechildrenpod.com. Please help make the show my full-time gig to keep the weekly episodes coming! By supporting me on Patreon, you'll also access rewards, including a shout-out by name on the podcast and exclusive gifts. Pledges of $5 or more per month access ad-free versions of my regular Wednesday episodes (starting with episode #88). Pledges of $10 or more per month access a small but growing collection of Patreon-exclusive bonus minisodes! Visit www.patreon.com/STLCpod. (www.patreon.com/STLCpod) This podcast is researched, written, hosted, edited, and produced by Laine. For more stories like this one, visit https://sufferthelittlechildrenblog.com.Music for this episode is from https://audiojungle.net. Subscribe to Suffer the Little Children:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/suffer-the-little-children/id1499010711Google Podcasts: https://playmusic.app.goo.gl/?ibi=com.google.PlayMusic&isi=691797987&ius=googleplaymusic&apn=com.google.android.music&link=https://play.google.com/music/m/I5mx3lacxpdkhssmk2n22csf32u?t%3DSuffer_the_Little_Children%26pcampaignid%3DMKT-na-all-co-pr-mu-pod-16Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/suffer-the-little-childrenSpreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/suffer-the-little-children Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/suffer-the-little-children/PC:61848?part=PC:61848&corr=podcast_organic_external_site&TID=Brand:POC:PC61848:podcast_organic_external_siteSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0w98Tpd3710BZ0u036T1KEiHeartRadio: https://iheart.com/podcast/77891101/ ...or on your favorite podcast listening platform.

Texas Football Today
Mart and Waskom need new coaches, the Whataburger Super Team, and is SEC dominance bad for college football? — Episode 1,314 (January 18, 2022)

Texas Football Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022


Football headlines from across Texas, announcing the 2021 Whataburger Super Team, and Tepper has some takes he's been waiting to unload

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24
Korea 24 - 2022.01.18

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022


Korea24 – 2022.01.18. (Tuesday) News Briefing: North Korean state media has reported that the missiles launched on Monday were tactical guided missiles. Meanwhile, South Korea has described the North’s recent provocations as a “direct and serious military threat”. (Eunice Kim) In-Depth News Analysis: A study in the UK has shown that a vaccine certificate system could increase vaccination uptake, but in countries where the vaccination rate is already high there is no significant effect. The study’s co-author, Dr. Tobias Ruttenauer from the University of Oxford, joins us on the line to tell us more about the findings and how it applies to South Korea. Korea Trending with Jung Ye-won: 1. Preliminary findings from a study conducted in Israel is showing that four doses of the COVID-19 vaccine is not proving to be effective in fully protecting people from the omicron variant. (이스라엘 연구진 "백신 4차 접종, 오미크론에 효과 크지 않아") 2. Police in Gangwon province are investigating a 25-year-old male ski instructor on charges of sexually assaulting a minor in elementary school. (초등생인 줄 알면서도‥무인모텔 끌고 가 성폭행) 3. A recent survey has found 'Kim Ji-young, Born 1982' by Cho Nam-joo to be the best-selling work of Korean Literature abroad for the past 5 years. ('82년생 김지영', 최근 해외서 가장 많이 팔린 韓문학) Touch Base in Seoul: The women’s volleyball team Gimcheon Korea Expressway Corporation Hi-Pass currently sit second in the local V-League, and leading the team in points is American Kelsie Payne, aka ‘The Payne Train’. She joins us on the line to tell us her story of how she came to Korea, and what she hopes to achieve. Morning Edition Preview with Mark Wilson-Choi: - In tomorrow’s Korea Times, Kwak Yeon-soo writes about literary works that have gained renewed interest due to recent films based on them. - In tomorrow’s Korea Herald, Yoon Min-sik has a piece that asks “Is Korea a tsunami-free zone?”

GameKeeper Podcast
EP:73 | Soft Spot For Soft Mast

GameKeeper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 63:43


On this week's podcast the gang has an off the cuff discussion about some of our favorite “soft mast,” aka fruit tree and shrub species. We discussed the sites they occupy, management tips, planting times, strategies for improving hunting and sightings, morphology and anatomy, the importance of diversity, and more. You'll hear about our favorite underrated species, and our votes for the best choice for North vs. South. Listen, Laugh, Learn, and Enjoy!!! Stay connected with GameKeepers: Instagram: @mossyoakgamekeepers Facebook: @GameKeepers Twitter: @MOGameKeepers YouTube: MossyOakGameKeepers Website: Mossy Oak GameKeeperSupport the show (https://mossyoakgamekeeper.com/)

North Korea News Podcast by NK News
Missile tests, train shipments and redefection, oh my! – NKNews Podcast Ep. 218

North Korea News Podcast by NK News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 51:38


The new year has been an eventful one so far for North Korea watchers. Pyongyang has already test-launched missiles on four separate occasions. A defector who had settled in the South dramatically crossed the demilitarized zone to return to the North. Conservative presidential candidate Yoon Suk-yeol voiced support for a preemptive strike to stop North […]

Field Recordings
Dawn, Brynberian, north Pembrokeshire, Wales on 14th January 2021 – by Siddharth Khajuria

Field Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 6:04


“Visiting friends in west Wales. Went for a frosty walk at dawn with their ten-month old puppy Lyra. The river in the distance is Afon Brynberian.”

Happy Place
Freya North

Happy Place

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 69:32


It's important to take time to figure out how to trust your own opinions of yourself rather than believing other peoples' opinions of you. This is something author Freya North has been meditating on recently.In this chat, she and Fearne talk about how many of us are used to functioning at an extremely high level of stress without realising we're pushing ourselves to breaking point, and Freya explains why she now gives as much attention to her emotional self as her physical self.Freya's 15th novel, Little Wing, is published on 20th January by Welbeck, and is available in hardback or ebook. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Cosmic Cousins: Soul-Centered Astrology
Cancer Full Moon – Taurus North North – Energy Update

Cosmic Cousins: Soul-Centered Astrology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 69:25


Cancer Full Moon I nurture.  I reflect.  I heal. ♋  Monday, January 17, 2022 3:48pm PST 27º 51' Queen of Cancer: Frida Kahlo Esoteric Phrase: I build a lighted house, and therein dwell. Tarot Card: Knight of Cups, High Priestess, Chariot   On this episode we dive into the invitations of:   the Cancer Full Moon North Node in Taurus Mercury + Venus Retrograde Betty White's Birth Chart Pluto in Capricorn Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birth Chart Last Chance to enroll in this year's Fools Journey! Would you like to deepen your practice with the tarot?  If so, I am hosting another year of the Fool's Journey – a 22-week ritual immersion through the Major Arcana of the tarot! The journey started last week, but there's still time to catch up!  To learn more, click here.  I hope to hear from you! Special announcement, I was invited to be on the Spiritual Gayz podcast!  If you don't know this podcast, I highly recommend it. It's hosted by my two friends and incredible humans, husbands Brandon Alter and Angel Lopez.  On this episode, we laugh our butts off and explore the Astrology of 2022! My books for astrology + tarot readings are open for March and April of 2022. I also have two openings for one-on-one mentorships this upcoming Spring 2022. Please reach out if you are interested. I hope you have a gentle Cancer Full Moon, and I can't wait for Aquarius Season around the corner!    LINKS The Brooklyn Fools Tarot Journey – 6-month ritual immersion through the major arcana on the tarot Podcast: iTunes, Spotify, or Podbean. Sign-up for Mailing List + Newsletter Patreon for Cosmic Cousins Astrology Mentorship Astrology Reading Tarot Healing Session

Congressional Dish
CD245: New Year, Same Congress

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 91:07


Much media attention has been rightfully aimed at the recent failures of Congress, but there was, in fact, lawmaking happening at the end of 2021. In this episode, learn about some laws that didn't get much attention, including a law that solves a real problem and a few laws designed to economically punish China. We also take a look at what is happening in Congress as we start 2022 and look for opportunities for effective activism as we enter this Congressional election year. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! Please take our show note survey! Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes CD236: January 6: The Capitol Riot CD232: American Rescue Plan CD155: FirstNet Empowers AT&T CD096: Fast Tracking Fast Track (Trade Promotion Authority) NDAA 2022 Jamie Dupree. Dec 9, 2021. “Who says bipartisanship is dead? It isn't on defense.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Huawui Sanctions Alessandro Civati. Jan 10, 2022. “Huawei Risks - A Government Security Review.” LinkedIn. Craig S. Smith. Sept 29, 2021. “How the Huawei Fight Is Changing the Face of 5G.” IEEE Spectrum. Federal Communications Commission. Mar 12, 2021. “FCC List of Equipment and Services That Pose National Security Threat.” Hadlee Simons. Sept 15, 2020. “More Huawei sanctions go into effect from today. What does that mean?” Android Authority. Julian E. Barnes and Adam Satariano. Mar 17, 2019. “U.S. Campaign to Ban Huawei Overseas Stumbles as Allies Resist.” The New York Times. Build Back Better is Dead Joe Manchin. Dec 19, 2021. “Joe Manchin: 'I cannot vote' for Build Back Better amid 'real' inflation.” Fox News. Jamie Dupree. Dec 3, 2021. “No shutdown but little headway in Congress.” Regular Order. 2022 Spending Department of Homeland Security. “Operation Allies Welcome.” Paul Kane. Jan 12, 2022. “The E-word is poised for a Capitol Hill comeback.” The Washington Post. Voting Rights and Election Reform Cristina Marcos. “House passes voting rights package, setting up Senate filibuster showdown” Jan 13, 2022. The Hill. Zachary B. Wolf. May 19, 2021. “The 5 key elements of Trump's Big Lie and how it came to be.” CNN. The Filibuster Lindsay Wise. Jan 10, 2022. “McConnell Issues Threat to Democrats on Filibuster Changes.” The Wall Street Journal. Tim Lau. Apr 26, 2021. “The Filibuster, Explained.” Brennan Center for Justice. Sarah A. Binder. Apr 22, 2010. “The History of the Filibuster”. Brookings. The Electoral Count Act Miles Parks. Jan 8, 2022. “Congress may change this arcane law to avoid another Jan. 6.” NPR. Laws and Resolutions S.J.Res. 33: A joint resolution joint resolution relating to increasing the debt limit. Sponsor: Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Status: Signed into law by the President on Dec 16, 2021 S. 610: Protecting Medicare and American Farmers from Sequester Cuts Act Sponsor: Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) Status: Signed into law by the President on Dec 10, 2021 S. 1605: National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022 Status: Signed into law by the President on Dec 27, 2021 S. 3377: Capitol Police Emergency Assistance Act of 2021 Sponsor: Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) Status: Signed into law by the President on Dec 22, 2021 H.R. 6256: To ensure that goods made with forced labor in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China do not enter the United States market, and for other purposes. Sponsor: Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA) Status: Signed into law by the President on Dec 23, 2021 H.R. 3919: Secure Equipment Act of 2021. Sponsor: Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) Status: Signed into law by the President on Nov 11, 2021 H.R. 6119: Further Extending Government Funding Act Sponsor: Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) Status: Signed into law by the President on Dec 3, 2021 H.R. 1319: American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 Tax credits for COVID Sec. 4006: Funeral Assistance For the COVID emergency declared on March 13, 2020 “and for any subsequent major disaster declarations that supercedes such emergency declaration”, FEMA funds “shall” be paid for 100% of disaster-related funeral expenses. Sec. 9631: Refundability and Enhancement of Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit For 2021, eligible taxpayers can get up to 50% of up to $8,000 in childcare costs (capped at $16,000 for multiple children under the age of 12) reimbursed via a refundable tax credit. The credit phases out for families with income higher than $400,000 per year. Sec. 9642: Credit for Sick Leave For Certain Self-Employed Individuals Allows self employed individuals to receive a tax credit for sick day related to COVID-19 from April 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021, including getting tested, quarantining, illness, and getting the vaccine. The number of days is capped at 10 and its capped at $200 per day. (=$2,000) Sec. 9643: Credit For Family Leave For Certain Self-Employed Individuals Allows self employed individuals to receive a refundable tax credit for family leave for COVID-19 testing, illness, or vaccines. It's capped at 60 days and $200 per day (=$12,000) Bills H.R.4 - John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2021 Sponsor: Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL) S.2747 - Freedom to Vote Act Sponsor: Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) H.R.5746 - Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act Sponsor: Rep. Donald Beyer (D-VA) Audio sources Sen. Kyrsten Sinema. Jan 13, 2022. “Senator Sinema Announces Opposition to Changing Filibuster Rules.” C-SPAN. Sen. Krysten Sinema: I rise at a challenging divisive time for our nation. For years, America's politics have spiraled steadily downward into increasingly bitter tribal partisanship and our democracy has been strained. While that may sound abstract, it is a problem that hurts Americans in real, tangible ways. These deepening divisions hurt our ability to work together to create new job opportunities, protect the health and safety of our communities and country and to ensure everyday families get ahead. Our country's divisions have now fueled efforts in several states that will make it more difficult for Americans to vote and undermine faith that all Americans should have in our elections in our democracy. These state laws have no place in a nation whose government is formed by free, fair and open elections. I share the concerns of civil rights advocates and others I've heard from in recent months about these state laws. I strongly support those efforts to contest these laws and court and to invest significant resources into these states to better organize and stop efforts to restrict access at the ballot box. And I strongly support and will continue to vote for legislative responses to address these state laws, including the freedom to vote Act, and the John Lewis voting rights Advancement Act that the Senate is currently considering. And while I continue to support these bills, I will not support separate actions that were sent the underlying disease of division infecting our country. The debate over the Senate 60 vote threshold shines a light on our broader challenges. There is no need for me to restate my long standing support for the 60 vote threshold to pass legislation. There's no need for me to restate its role protecting our country from wild reversals and federal policy. Eliminating the 60 vote threshold will simply guarantee that we lose a critical tool that we need to safeguard our democracy from threats in the years to come. Our mandate, it seems evident to me work together and get stuff done for America. Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)

How I Think About Sailing

Professional sailing skippers Andy Schell and August Sandberg discuss sailing and seamanship, picking a new topic every week. This week, we're talking winches! How to use them, how to size them and how to keep them happy. Haul away! -- Join us on The QUARTERDECK, 59º North's new online platform where we dive deep on the art of seamanship. First two weeks free! -- This podcast is recorded Thursdays at 1900 UTC on the Quarterdeck, so members can watch the show live, ask questions and suggest future topics.

The Hiker Podcast | Day Hiking, Backpacking, Thru Hiking
Tim Mathis: Author and Hiker | The Hiker Podcast

The Hiker Podcast | Day Hiking, Backpacking, Thru Hiking

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 83:26


Welcome to the Season 4 Premiere of The Hiker Podcast. This week I am excited to talk with Hiker, Traveler and Author Tim Mathis! Tim Mathis was raised near Middletown, Ohio. The town was the subject of J.D. Vance's memoir of poverty and suffering, "Hillbilly Elegy," but he didn't think it was that bad. He completed a Masters Degree in Theology and worked as a minister in Ohio, New Zealand and Seattle before leaving religion and retraining as a psychiatric nurse a decade ago. Along with his wife Angel, he's travelled extensively in North and South America, Australia, New Zealand and Europe. They've hiked the Camino de Santiago in Spain, the Pacific Crest Trail, and long sections of Te Araroa in New Zealand along with a lot of other shorter trips. Long distance hiking and travel are his favorite coping skills, and he feels most at home on the trails of the Pacific Northwest and New Zealand. He's written two books: The Dirtbag's Guide to Life: Eternal Truth for Hiker Trash, Ski Bums and Vagabonds, and I Hope I Was Wrong About Eternal Damnation: An Absolutely True Memoir. Follow Tim on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dirtbagguide Read Tim's Blog: https://timmathiswrites.blogspot.com/?m=1 Order Tim's books on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Tim-Mathis/e/B07N7JRLLJ%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share Be sure to subscribe to Andy's new YouTube Channel- ‘Andy Neal: Plus Size Hiker”- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvQMSeBpY4zwyFBB5Z8U79Q Follow Andy on We'd like to thank our sponsors: CNOC Outdoors making our adventures the best possible, simple, enjoyable, fulfilling and sustainable. Go to https://cnocoutdoors.com and be sure to use coupon code 'Hiker Podcast' for 10% off trekking poles.  Or is this link: https://www.avantlink.com/click.php?tt=cl&merchant_id=014f2c2f-7334-473e-95aa-fd74821c174c&website_id=1d7833e9-53d7-4a11-beec-6bd6ff4b65c4&url=https%3A%2F%2Fcnocoutdoors.com%2F CS Instant Coffee makers of environmentally sustainable and great tasting instant coffee for the trail. Use our affiliate link to get yours and help the show: https://cs-instant-coffee.peachs.co/a/andy-neal . Big thank you to our Patreon Patron's for supporting The Hiker Podcast. If you'd like to support The Hiker Podcast on Patreon go to https://www.patreon.com/andynealplussizehiker Music licensed by muscbed.com This weeks opening song is “Changes” by Canyon City which you can listen on our Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5lXwaTWf2f0CUnXiogxCLj?si=c12c1fa33cd94c64 Follow Host Andy Neal on Instagram: www.instagram.com/andyfilmsandhikes Email Andy andy@hikerpodcast.com Go to www.hikerpodcast.com for all our social media accounts, email, and all the ways to listen to The Hiker Podcast! Send Andy a Postcard from the trail! The Hiker Podcast 1750 Delta Waters Road STE 102-406 Medford, OR 97504 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hikerpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hikerpodcast/support

Hope Community Church Video: Weekend Messages
When God Brings the Storm | Clay Burgess [Saying No To God]

Hope Community Church Video: Weekend Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 38:12


God is relentless in His pursuit of us. In this sermon, Clay Burgess teaches us that in His grace, He will sometimes send storms, to show us who we really are, and how much we desperately need Him.Sometimes, we say no to God because we're afraid, it's not convenient, or we just don't agree with God. In this series, we'll discuss how this affects our lives and how we should respond.Message notes: When we encounter storms in life, God responds and reveals Himself to us.Jonah encounters a storm when he runs away from God. Jonah 1:4-17 You may run from God, but you can never outrun God.When God is working through a storm, there are lessons to learn: 1. Storms Humble Us. Pride isn't always loud and obnoxious. Often it is quiet resistance. Once we move the focus off us and onto others, we display great humility.  Philippians 2:3-4  2. Storms Expose Us. 3. Storms Prepare and Place Us. Before God can do a work through us, He must do a work in us.  John 3:16-17  The God who sends is the God who saves. “Everything is necessary that He sends, nothing can be necessary that He  withholds.” - John Newton, Amazing GraceJonah 1:17 Saying ‘no' to God has consequences, but God is always working for our good.Psalm 138:7 God is with us all the way.______________________________________________If you're interested in registering for our Nxt Level Parent Conference, click here: https://gethope.net/conferenceIf you're new to Hope or looking to get connected, click here: https://gethope.net/nextsteps/If you've just made a decision for Christ, please respond here: https://bit.ly/3aWvIZNTo support this ministry financially to help us continue to love people where they are and encourage them to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ, click here: https://gethope.net/give/Stay Connected with Hope:Website: https://gethope.net/Hope Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gethopecommunitychurchHope Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/get_hope/ Hope Twitter: https://twitter.com/get_hopeHope YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/HopeCommunityChurch

American Prestige
Bonus - The History of Vietnam, Ep. 6 w/ Sean Fear

American Prestige

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 3:11


In the sixth episode of our series on Vietnam, the boys speak with Sean Fear, lecturer in international history at the University of Leeds, about the last stages of the American War in Vietnam. They talk about the political situation in North and South Vietnam in the early 1970s, U.S. bombing campaigns, the peace talks between the United States and North Vietnam, the Easter Offensive, the Paris Peace Accords, the final fall of South Vietnam, and more. Become a patron! www.patreon.com/americanprestige

KQED’s Forum
Reparations Task Force Sheds Light on History of Slavery in California

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 55:29


Conversations about the history of slavery are often confined to the North and the South, with the West viewed as a free “promised land.” But California passed laws, like the Fugitive Slave Act of 1852, that reinforced the institution of slavery, and otherwise allowed coerced, unpaid labor in the state. And the laws impacted more than just Black people, too. Historian Stacey L. Smith writes in her book “Freedom's Frontier” that “ diverse forms of American Indian servitude, sexual trafficking in bound women, and contract labor involving Latin Americans, Asians, and Pacific Islanders all kept the slavery question alive in California during the 1850s.” This history has been brought to the fore in recent weeks as the state's Reparations Task Force continues to hear testimony about the impacts of slavery on African Americans. We take a closer look at this part of California's past and why it matters.

The Impossible State
Lee Jae-myung's Foreign Policy with Wi Sung-lac

The Impossible State

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 43:03


This bonus episode is from the CSIS Korea Chair's YouTube series, The Capital Cable. Amb. Mark Lippert is joined by special guest Amb. Wi Sung-lac, former vice foreign minister and foreign policy advisor to South Korean presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung of the Democratic Party of Korea, Dr. Victor Cha and Dr. Sue Mi Terry of the Wilson Center for a discussion on Governor Lee's foreign policy agenda.

The Gary DeMar Podcast

Gary concludes his interview with Dr. Gary North. Van Til and Rushdoony led the way. North and many others continued the research and writing in the 80s and 90s. The information exists and is easily accessible. Now it is up to the next generation(s) to do something with it. Dr. North sketches a potential path forward for motivated individuals to take the information into the 21 century and beyond...

Two Feet In with Coach Heather Macy
In Addition of playing the game she love, Jervorah Whitfield-Goosby started an professional path in furthering her education and career path.

Two Feet In with Coach Heather Macy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 19:19


Jervorah has been involve with basketball over 20 years as a player and coach. She served as an collegiate basketball player at Belmont Abbey and later pursued professional. She was the assistant coach, with varsity girls Basketball for Ware Shoals High for two years and Mauldin High School for a year. After having that experience she later realize, that wasn't her passion. While at BAC in the CVAC conference, she earned many awards in her career. She was MVP CVAC All-Tournament (2001-2002), Honorable Mention(2003-2004), First Team, and Most Defensive Player, made the 1000 point Club (2005) and Lead Steal her entire college career. However, in high school she was South Carolina Miss Basketball 1A in (1999) , MVP, All-Conference, All-Region, All Lakeland, Selected for North and South All-star team, Player of the Year and lead steals. Jervorah started Playing Varsity basketball in the 8th grade. In Addition of playing the game she love, Jervorah started an professional path in furthering her education and career path. She worked as an HR Recruiter for Temp Agent and currently hold a position as a Process Supporter at BMW. During Jervorah Leisure time, she love spending it with her family and friends. She is Married to Andrew Goosby, with their one son named Micah. She enjoy loving on her boys (Godson(s)/Nephews) watching them grow up and play sports. Also, she love to travel, eat, and laugh. Jervorah enjoy volunteering her spare time to Children Camps in her Community and working with kids with disabilities. Furthermore her motto is to Push other to accomplish there Goals, while being a impact to others. She believe in Helping others is her “WHY”.

Fastest Known Podcast
FKTOY #5 and #4 Awards Announced - #172

Fastest Known Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 77:52


#5 Female: Addie Bracy and Corey Conner FKT: Grand Canyon R2R2R (AZ) Time: 08h 06m 41s Notes:  Unsupported quick double crossing of the Grand Canyon; a Premier Route. Athlete Comments: "Corey) "This was the longest run of my life by 3 hours! I was so scared my teeth were chattering. I may have over-compensated, because I ate and drank so much at the beginning I had to relieve myself 5 times in the first hour.  But that meant I felt strong on the brutal climb out at the finish." #5 Male: Pawel Szafruga FKT: Colorado Fourteeners (CO) Time: 43d 6h 49m 34s Notes: He not only climbed all 58 summits over 14,000' high in Colorado (Premier Route), but hiked between them all with no support. Athlete Comments: "I sprained an ankle so had to take a half day off. Unfortunately that was in Aspen, where the hotels were the most expensive. My budget was like a Little League team.  Fortunately, gas station food can be pretty good." Previous Podcast: https://fastestknowntime.com/podcast/157-pawel-szafruga #4 Female: Brooke Thomas FKT: Te Araroa (New Zealand) Time: 57d 12h 16m 0s Notes: This route traverses the entire country North to South, coast to coast!  Includes 150km of kayaking. Athlete Comments: "Logistics were by far the hardest part. My parents supported me, but 2/3 of the time I was by myself, and once I had 8 straight days out with no Support.  I didn't mash myself, and enjoyed every day, even though some were really hard, and I didn't know how to kayak. All your lows become your highs." #4 Male: Joe McConaughy FKT: Arizona Trail (AZ) Time: 14d, 3h, 21m, 0s Notes: Supported; encountered deep snow, quit, re-started. 2d 19h faster than previous. Athlete Comments:  "This is an epic 800 mile trail; the most bang for the buck of anything I've done.  You think Arizona you think desert, but there's a ton of vert, and I almost got snowed out. Seek out the adventures that matter to you." Previous Podcast:  https://fastestknowntime.com/podcast/129-arizona-trail-race; https://fastestknowntime.com/podcast/92-joe-mcconaughy; https://fastestknowntime.com/podcast/119-fktoy-2020-p2

Texas Football Today
Helpful Honda Mailbag Friday with Erin Hartigan! - Episode 1,313 (January 14, 2022)

Texas Football Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022


Happy Friday, dorks! On today's show, it's Helpful Honda Mailbag Friday with Bally Sports' Erin Hartigan! Send us your questions over high school football, college football, romance, travel, food – anything that comes to mind – and we'll answer it on Texas Football Today!

Carbon Removal Newsroom
Climate reparations and carbon removal

Carbon Removal Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 30:45


Panelists Dr. Holly Jean Buck of the University at Buffalo and Chris Barnard of the American Conservation Coalition join host Radhika Moolgavkar of Nori for this policy-focused episode of Carbon Removal Newsroom. In April of 2021, Raj Kumar Singh, an Indian energy Minister, said at a UN conference that rich countries need to be net-negative and remove atmospheric co2 to account for historical emissions. While decades of climate diplomacy focused on emissions to come, Singh worked to shift the conversation towards pollution already emitted. Later last year, journalist and author of popular climate book The Uninhabitable Earth David Wallace-Wells penned Climate Reparations in New York Magazine. The long-form piece connected the inequitable effects of climate change, more drastically and quickly hitting tropical and global south countries, with the political outcomes made possible by carbon removal technology. He points out that half of emissions come from 10% of the world's population and that climate change has already decreased the GDP of some global south countries, while it has increased GDPs in the global North. This dynamic will continue and will widen already stark global wealth inequalities. Wells reviews the field of technical CDR and finds that while it could present temptation for delay, it also provides revolutionary possibilities if historical emitters are made to pay to remove their pollution. He calls this ‘climate reparations' and quotes philosopher Olufemi Taiwo (who coined that term) “It's just so clear to me that carbon removal is squarely the kind of thing that fits into the reparations framework.” In this episode, we discuss the Wallace-Wells' piece and zoom in on climate reparations and climate colonialism, defining these phrases in more depth and explaining how these approaches might impact policies and institutions. We also discuss the idea that carbon removal is not limited by physics, so what is carbon removal scaling limited by? We round out the episode with the good news and the interesting news of the week, then we bid a warm farewell to our beloved co-host Holly, who will be going on sabbatical for the year. We will miss you Holly and look forward to seeing you back on the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/support

Texas Football Today
Texas State Football Postmortem with Ishmael Johnson & Marlin HC Ruben Torres - Episode 1,312 (January 13, 2022)

Texas Football Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022


TGI Thursday! On today's show, we're here to break down Texas State Football's 2021 season. In the back half of the show, hear from Marlin head coach Ruben Torres and their success they had this year.

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
B&T Extra: North to Alaska!

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 19:02


On this Bob & Tom Extra: We have antler lights, an avalanche, and North to Alaska! Support the show: https://members.bobandtom.com/pcd/document?iid=99001I**GTZ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Boomer & Gio
A Blowup Doll Distraction North of the Border

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 5:35


There was a lot going on in Toronto Tuesday night, as Devin Booker had an official eject the Raptors mascot and then after the game was asked about the possible distraction caused by a blowup doll.  What in the world is going on up there in Canada these days?!?!?

The Gary DeMar Podcast
The Legacy of Rushdoony

The Gary DeMar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 45:03


Gary interviews Dr. Gary North about his own personal history and how he came to know and be mentored by Dr. Rousas Rushdoony. North and Rushdoony heavily influenced 20th century theology with their voluminous books about a great deal of topics. The legacy of Rushdoony is still being felt today, more than 60 years after his first book was published in 1959.

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2751 - Abolishing the American Caste System w/ Sheryll Cashin

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 60:23


Sam and Emma host Sheryll Cashin, professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, to discuss her recent book White Space, Black Hood: Opportunity Hoarding and Segregation in the Age of Inequality, on how the residential caste system built up around race and geography has ingrained itself into US cities, becoming central to how we imagine our neighborhoods and cities operating. They begin by focusing on the geographical element, as Professor Cashin looks to Baltimore to explore how the migration of escaped and freed slaves to the North saw cities resort to a contain and segregate tactic, tightly grouping Black folks into neighborhoods separated by infrastructure and investment, both in what is built, via the construction of highway boundaries, and in what isn't, with a complete desertion of public infrastructure. Looking into the 21st Century, Cashin explores how even under Black mayors and majority-Black city councils cities like Baltimore saw the residential caste system expanded and reinforced, discussing the role of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan in putting a stop to the aptly named “red line” to connect poorer neighborhoods to downtown and the suburbs, and re-investing the money entirely into rich white areas. After discussing this element of boundary maintenance, Professor Cashin, Sam, and Emma look to how this segregation also promotes opportunity hoarding, by not only keeping wealth and infrastructure down in Black neighborhoods, regardless of economic makeup, but also by forcing them to subsidize opportunity in wealthier neighborhoods. Lastly, they touch on the role of stereotype-driven policing and surveillance and how this works to reinforce both of the previous two elements, before they wrap up by discussing Sheryll Cashin's ideas on abolition and repair, working to reverse the destructive policies that have defined our metropolitan development over the last century and a half. Sam and Emma also touch on Ron DeSantis's tactical “if I can't see it, it doesn't exist” strategy with invisible viruses. And in the Fun Half: Sam finally gets some video proof that not all Pats fans absolutely suck, Emma compliments Sam's “soy-boy professor” look, and the crew discusses the HIPAA violation that is a Tinder date asking DeSantis his STD status. John from SA, Kowalski from NE, and Ronald Raygun hit us with back to back to back regulars as they tackle Wisconsin gerrymandering, defeatism, and ideal FBI-Plant Dave Ramsey, respectively. Bro Flamingo also discusses how the Activision culture of abuse has been swept under the rug, and an anonymous caller discusses his experience with the disgusting gas pollution coming from the abandoned Fresh Kills landfill in Staten Island, plus, your calls and IMs! Purchase tickets for the live show in Boston on May 15th HERE: https://thewilbur.com/artist/majority-report/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here:  https://madmimi.com/signups/170390/join Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Check out today's sponsors: Shopify: Run a business? 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