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Canary Cry News Talk #487 - 05.20.2022 NUKE MONKEY Elon the Red, Weaponized Commodities, Nuclear Space Propulsion LEAD: 4:41 V / 2:16 P MONKEYPOX WHO holding emergency meeting (Reuters, Evening Standard) Monkeypox has been identified in the US, what to know (Insider) CDC update on Monkeypox TODAY (CDC) Nuclear Threat Initiative November 2021, Monkeypox scenario (NTI) Fauci, how to prevent Monkeypox (BabylonBee) INTRO: 28:11 V / 25:46 P (M-W-F) B&G Update, V4V/Exec./Asso./Support FLIPPY: 35:39 V / 33:14 P Robot hives for bees in Israel (Yahoo) [Party Pitch/Ravel/CCClips/text alerts]: 44:43 V / 42:18 P POLYTICKS: 47:44 V / 45:19 P George Bush JR makes gaff, Iraq (Fox News, ABC News) Biden arrives in South Korea with NK Missile fears (CNN) → Senate passes bill to improve baby formula access (CNN) ELON: 1:09:35 V / 1:07:10 P Elon will vote Republican, but Tesla success is owed to Obama era Democrats (Forbes) SpaceX flight attendant claims sexually assaulted by Elon (Insider) → Elon Musk: "ESG is a scam. It has been weaponized by phony social justice warriors." (Twitter) [TREASURE/SPEAKPIPE/BYE YOUTUBE]: 1:38:30 V / 1:36:05 P HUNTER BIDEN: 2:11:11 V / 2:08:46 P Analysis of Hunter Biden's hard drive shows he, his firm took in about $11 million from 2013 to 2018, spent it fast (NBC News) RUSSIA/UKRAINE/FOOD: 2:28:17 V / 2:25:52 P US accuses Russia of weaponizing food in Ukraine crisis (Guardian) Military Industrial Complex itching to send “Hunter Killer” drones to Ukraine (The Intercept) Russian opposition group pushing US to take next step of sanctions (ABC, Navalny) [TALENT]: 2:48:09 V / 2:45:44 P SPACE: 3:10:33 V / 3:08:08 US Military Awards Nuclear Propulsion Spacecraft Contracts (Indy UK) Voyager sending back “impossible data” from edge of solar system (Indy UK) [TIME/OUTRO]: 3:26:34 EPISODE 487 WAS PRODUCED BY… Executive Producers Maureen M** Nicholas P** Supply Drop Laura S Ivon L Kickin' It Edwards Producers MORV, Malik W, Sir JC Knight of the Technosquatch, James M, LX Protocol V2, Em and Bobby C, Philip P, Lillian M AUDIO PRODUCTION (Jingles, Iso, Music): Jonathan F, MartyB ART PRODUCTION (Drawing, Painting, Graphics): Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation, Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia CONTENT PRODUCTION (Microfiction etc.): Runksmash: Monty and Rooster stalk through the house, the man has already started making his hot brown water and is now getting dressed for his Davos trip, they see him finish tieing a tie and put on his emu shaman hat. Rooster pounces and pecks his toe drive. MLC: Rumors started immediately. Russia was supposedly hitting Ukraine as hard as they could but not making much of a dent. Ukraine had reports of UFOs protecting them. Everything that was reported was unable to be verified or truly believed. All countries spread their own propaganda based on their location. Not long after that McDonald's then told the world that they were going to be closing up all their Russian restaurants. Russia then took the McDonald's oligarchs into custody and seized all locations and assets within their borders. With McDonald's robotics and Russia's version of Gatto, Machine Gun Flippy was born. CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Epsilon Timestamps: Mondays: Jackie U Wednesdays: Jade Bouncerson Fridays: Christine C Anti-Madison Cawthorn PAC that leaked explicit videos will target Rep. Lauren Boebert (Fox) This drone can swim, fly, or hitch a ride (NewScientist) Dutch computer chip manufacture going all in on small (Reuters) Rare stone circle found at ritual cite Cornwall (Guardian) Ed Sheeran & Cherry Seaborn welcome baby girl, along with Lyra Antarctica (Billboard) Dispatcher at Buffalo shooting might get fired for hanging up on victim (Wapo) Google still tracking private browsing (Reuters) Swiss Billionaire's Mega-Influence On U.S. Politics (RealClear Politics) → Meet the Swiss Billionaire Behind Arabella Advisors' “Dark Money” Empire (Jewish Voice) → Bone cement company accused of experimenting on humans (CBS News) → Bone cement company accused of fatal experiments during spinal surgeries (Chicago Tribune) → Experimenting on humans? Injecting bone cement into patients draws lawsuit (Spokesman-Review) Fearing Russia cut-off Germany plans gas rations (Reuters) You're already getting flu shot, LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com CLIP CHANNEL: CanaryCry.Tube SUPPLY DROP: CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other podcast: ravel Gonz' New Youtube: Facelikethesun Resurrection Gonz' Video Archive: Facelikethesun.Live App Made by Canary Cry Producer: Truther Dating App
When you think of a fresco, do you expect to see people experiencing homelessness, addiction, or serious illnesses? One church in Asheville, North Carolina commissioned an amazing piece highlighting people who society may have forgotten but who have infinite dignity and worth. Chris Zaluski talks with Boyd about his extraordinary new documentary, Theirs is the Kingdom, which tells the stories of the people seen in this work of art. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On his website, James Richard says - "I never saw myself as Monet in the studio. I wanted to be Anthony Bourdain with a sketchbook." What was the meaning of art in James' life? How far was Monet, and the world of fine art, from the world in which he grew up? What did it mean to be like Anthony Bourdain … but with a sketchbook? In many ways, this conversation is the long process of unpacking this beautiful quote. Storyteller, artist, architect, educator - Jim has worn many hats in an epic and fascinating life. He speaks about growing up in Louisiana, learning to draw from Mad Magazine, and his close association with the built environment. We learn what it means to create a life that reflects our values, and the places we can go when guided by interests and curiosities. Visit James Richards' website.
"Dose-Painting," by Shivani Sud: a resident creates visual narratives within two patients' dose clouds. TRANSCRIPT Narrator: 'Dose Painting' by Shivani Sud, MD. (10.1200/JCO.21.01524) When asked to describe radiation oncology, my first recollection is watching chart rounds as a medical student. Sitting along the conference room periphery, I observed as dosimetrists projected patients' scans, residents presented histories, and attending physicians reviewed treatment plans. Far from the usual hospital rounds with plans consisting of procedures, consults, and medication changes—here, treatment plans are scans overlaid with intricate colorful lines denoting the amount of radiation traversing internal structures to arrive at the target (ie, tumor) volume. This dose visualization is our primary method of conceptualizing and articulating radiotherapy treatments. Recent technological advances enable delivery of radiation with immense precision to the extent we dub some techniques as “dose painting.”1 Starting with our planning scan consisting of computed tomography images of the patient in the treatment position, we delineate areas of tumor and likely microscopic disease to compose our target volumes. In collaboration with dosimetrists and physicists, we adjust various parameters including multileaf collimators—movable metal leaves that sculpt the x-ray beam as it departs the linear accelerator to enter the patient—and beam angles such that we cover the intended target with radiation while avoiding delicate neighboring organs. We evaluate and iteratively optimize our radiation plans and the resultant dose distribution. Balancing the correct radiation dose, treatment field size, and shape are critical for preventing recurrence, minimizing toxicity, and improving survival. At the first glance, our peer review reduces the patient to a spectrum of grayscale pictures a few millimeters thick as we scroll through their bodies searching for tumor and ask whether our colorful delineations will adequately treat the cancer. Controversial plans elicit the most discussion as we glean insights into patients' lives and decision making. Why this shorter course of radiation? His priority is quality of life and maximizing time at home. Why no concurrent systemic therapy? She is too frail for chemotherapy—we are escalating radiation dose as an attempt for more durable local control. Why are you sparing a sliver of the scalp? She fears children will tease her for balding. Answers live within a broader narrative. These rainbow-colored three-dimensional dose clouds represent the complex convergence of patient history, goals of care, humanity, medical judgment, and cautious control of our treatment medium—radiation. As a resident, I view the dose clouds denoted by the color wash of the computationally optimized radiation distributions through the lens of the patient-physician relationship—literally and figuratively. During late nights and unrushed moments, my mind drifts back to my favorite childhood pastime—spotting shapes in the clouds. This activity is a form of pareidolia—the human tendency to perceive meaningful imagery amid a random or ambiguous pattern. As a child with a sweet tooth, I pictured popcorn and cotton candy in the sky. Now, this manifestation of my imagination was centered on my most salient thoughts—caring for an older woman (Ms V) with lung cancer and a child (Lilly) with Ewing's sarcoma. I grappled with whether our treatment plans were adequate, too little or too much. I turned to painting to articulate my angst as art is part of how I reflect on complex situations. For both Ms V and Lilly, I traced the isodose lines defining the radiation dose distributions to maintain fidelity to the original radiation plan. I then folded those dose distributions into the visual narrative of the paintings to create a reflection of their journeys amid their dose clouds. Ms V (Figures 1 and 2) had countless admissions for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart failure, valve replacements, and now cancer. Ms V longed for quality time until the sun sets. Her case was complex—she had an early-stage lung cancer, but because of multiple comorbidities, she was not a surgical candidate. She projected courage and resolve in conversations about her goals of care while accepting death as inevitable. We treated her with definitive intent linear accelerator-based stereotactic body radiation therapy. Months later, she died from a heart failure exacerbation. I was heart-broken and humbled. Ms V taught me that prognostication is an elusive art for physicians—I was naively optimistic about curing her early-stage lung cancer. She was pragmatic about embracing the trajectory of her comorbidities. As I scrolled through her treatment plan, the beams enveloped the tumor in warm tones denoting high dose as it floated through a sky of trapped air. I imagined her wishes for quality time expressed as colorful, vibrant brushstrokes of light emanating from a sun setting into a calm, reflective ocean overlaid on my target volume. Lilly (Figs 3 and 4) was a bald, spunky and vivacious four-year-old girl whom I met after multiple rounds of chemotherapy for a chest wall Ewing sarcoma. As we talked about radiation therapy, Lilly flapped her arms while proclaiming herself a butterfly. Weeks later during a status check, she cried in agony from radiation esophagitis. Her mother solemnly whispered “I wish I could take the pain instead of her.” That evening as I was looking for a picture book for my niece, I came upon the story of a baby giraffe on quest to find his spots until one day while he slept, rays of sun shining through the leaves of a tree tanned his skin with perfect spots. Curiously, I searched for the evolutionary rationale for giraffe spots—they are a trait passed between mother and offspring with size and shape predicting fitness for survival. My mind wandered attempting to create meaning amid these random coincidences as I wrestled with uncertainties about how Lilly would fare after radiation. I sketched Lilly as a baby giraffe—her spots, much like the storybook, sculpted by leaves (of tungsten metal) distilling rays (of photons) to sizes and shapes reddening her skin but designed to improve her chance for survival, spots shared by a mother wishing to take her daughter's suffering upon herself. The painting's striking visual of mutually shared bold, whimsically colorful patterns inspired by the axial, coronal, and sagittal views of the radiation plan set against a stark dark matte background aimed to capture the vibrancy of the love I saw connecting Lilly to her mother and their resilience in the most trying times. Witnessing their journey underscored the permanence of the mother-child bond filled with tenderness and compassion that moved me as I was then caring for my own mother who was receiving radiation therapy. When my mother's radiation oncologist showed us her treatment plan, I was engulfed by the same questions. Is the dose and field size appropriate for tumor control? Will there be irreparable damage? Will her symptoms improve or get worse? Is this what she wants? I viewed her treatment plan through the lens of a meticulous radiation oncologist in training, but this time, I was sitting in the chair along the wall reserved for family members. Like the patients I care for every day, as we scrolled through the intricate colorful isodose lines, I trusted they were the optimal intersection between science (dose) and art of medicine (painting) we strive for as radiation oncologists. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Welcome to JCO's Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology, brought to you by the ASCO Podcast Network, a collection of nine programs covering a range of educational and scientific content and offering enriching insight into the world of cancer care. You can find all of the shows, including this one at podcasts.asco.org. I'm your host Lidia Schapira, Associate Editor for Art of Oncology, and Professor of Medicine at Stanford. My guest today is Dr. Shivani Sud, a resident in radiation oncology at the University of North Carolina. We'll be discussing her Art of Oncology article, 'Dose Painting'. Our guest today has no disclosures. Shivani, welcome to our podcast. Dr. Shivani Sud: Thank you so much for having me. It's a pleasure to be here. Dr. Lidia Schapira: So, I'd like to start this by asking our authors to tell me what's on their reading list right now, or to recommend a book that has been interesting and inspiring to you that you read in the last year? Dr. Shivani Sud: That's a good question. I'll be completely honest, I've been a bit boring at the moment with copies of clinical essentials of radiation oncology, and a few of our other handbooks. Frankly, during the pandemic, and especially with current events, I think I've been more in the nonfiction realm, especially just trying to submerge myself in the news articles and the ground level journalism that's been coming out and so I would actually say that these days kind of a local newspaper and things of that nature have been a bit refreshing. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Let's turn to your essay and your art. You're very unusual in that you bring to us in your narrative, not only the beautiful narrative and written word, but also visual art. Have you always been a writer and a painter? Dr. Shivani Sud: I have enjoyed painting for a long time. It was one of those things that started by, I think I was just copying my sister, she once got an acrylic paint set, and she was painting on canvas. And there I was doodling something on paper. I was always one of those kids who couldn't help but try to fit the whole rainbow into a coloring book page, or any art assignment. And I think that as I went throughout school, and the multiple levels of training that we encounter, as physicians, that painting just became my outlet, whether it was expressing myself, decompressing, feeling like I was channeling my thoughts and my energy into something, while not necessarily kind of sitting idle with those thoughts. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Your essay helps those of us perhaps, who don't paint as a way of expressing ourselves to understand your process a little bit. And you start by saying that you've always enjoyed looking at shapes and finding connections. Can you talk to us a little bit about the way that you view shapes and find connections? And tell us how you see that in nature, and then in your work as a radiation oncologist? Dr. Shivani Sud: Certainly, I think a lot of this goes back to that word we mentioned, pareidolia, and this human tendency to want to find meaning in randomness. And so, that was that childhood memory where you're on the playground with your friends, and you're lying on a grassy hill, and you're looking up at the clouds, and somebody sees a bunny, and somebody sees popcorn. And then someone says, 'Well, it reminds me of cotton candy.' And so, I think as I then look forward to these late nights, these unrushed moments when frankly, you're maybe a little bit tired, maybe a little bit delirious, who knows, but you're looking at your work, you're seeing these shapes, you're looking at the plan, those memories of what the patient said was important, your abilities and limitations to control radiation dose, and seeing them merge together. And I think it was really that immersion of, here are these dose lines, they're not random. They reflect meaning, they reflect what I am trying to accomplish and what we as a team are trying to accomplish for this patient. And so that was really what gave rise to these visual narratives in trying to take the dose lines, take the patient's narrative, and essentially create that visual narrative within their dose clouds. Dr. Lidia Schapira: I found your essay so moving and so clear in helping somebody who is not a radiation oncologist think through all of the steps of the treatment planning and the delivery of the treatment, but what I appreciate so much about your writing is the humanity you brought into this. One of the lines I found so beautiful was when you're describing the scene of this older woman who has so many comorbidities and now is facing lung cancer, and you're trying to palliate and treat with your treatment. And you say, you imagine and I'm quoting you now, 'her wishes overlaid on my target volume'. Can you tell us a little bit about how you imagine the patient's wishes and aspirations as you are crafting a treatment plan and delivering that plan? Dr. Shivani Sud: It all starts with the consultation. I think oftentimes, even myself before I became a trainee in radiation oncology, I thought it would be a very impersonal field. I imagined just plans and computers and scans, and that it wasn't a field where you necessarily interfaced with patients as much as I learned that we do. And so, the consultation is an amazing opportunity to get to know the patient. You have reviewed their medical record, you've scrolled through their scans, and you started to think about how you want to treat things. And all of that comes into reality when you actually meet someone. You actually talk about what is important to them. Who did they come with? What does the person who was with them say about them? And what's important to them? How do they advocate for them? And so, a lot of it is that merger of this is what I've trained to know. This is what the guidelines say. This is what the studies say. And now I'm meeting you, and I have an opportunity to learn about you. So, how can I take this information? And how can we embrace it in what you want to come up with the best plan? Dr. Lidia Schapira: That's beautifully stated. You tell us in the narrative that this patient told you that she longed for a quality time until the sun sets, and then you drew or you painted this oil painting, right? It's an oil on canvas, that you titled 'Until the Sun Sets', and you said that you then use the art as a way of expressing yourself, but then also sharing it with others, perhaps gifting it to a loved one. Talk a little bit about how this art helps you to reflect, process, express, and then share? Dr. Shivani Sud: I think, for me, a lot of the expression has to do with both the patient's journey, as well as my journey here. I started out as an outsider. I didn't understand what these plans meant. How they came together. And then as a trainee, working with Ms. V, I was able to understand, how do we actually use radiation to give her a short course of treatment, so she can get back to that vibrant life that she was enjoying, that quality life that she wanted, until the sun sets? And in her case, especially, beyond just the radiation, she taught me so much about what we strive to do as providers and where our limitations are. So, I found myself very enthusiastic about treating this early-stage tumor. I had all the statistics about what the control rates were, and everything of that nature. I remember her being very pragmatic about her multiple comorbidities and whether or not she felt she would derive a lot of benefit from treatment. And indeed, in the end, she was right. You could argue there might not have been a lot of benefit from treatment, because she passed away, a few months after we treated her, from those other comorbidities. But I remember after she passed away, and I saw that chart notification, it made me rethink all of our conversations, and that was one of those moments where you pause and you say, 'What did she want? And what was I trying to achieve? And where is the overlap between the two of them?' And so, my target in the moment was that gross tumor volume. It was that nodule in the lung that I had circled, it was the hot spot in that dose cloud. And what I was trying to achieve for her was short treatment so she can get back to her day-to-day life. That meant I needed a hot dose in the center. I needed things to be cool and calm around the periphery. So, I didn't damage too much lung. And then I thought about this sunset, and there was this target volume. There was light because she was so light, so bright, so vibrant. And I had that sun setting into a calm ocean, not a turbulent one, to reflect her pragmatism, her ability to stay calm, cool, collected in the face of not only lung cancer but all of these other comorbidities. And so, really, it was meant to be 'What does she want? What is she stating? How do we accomplish it for her? And how do we put that forward in a visual narrative that someone else can understand and appreciate aside from, here are some colorful isodose lines that happened to look nice?' Dr. Lidia Schapira: I must say I find it very inspiring to hear you talk because you talk about radiation oncology, being a technical field and I hear in your voice, everything about connection and mission-driven work. So, I think it's beautiful. The idea is that you're sort of translating and applying what you hear from the human being who is bringing you this disease into your thinking and crafting your dose and your delivery. That's really very beautiful. I wonder if you can share with us a little bit about your comment about the importance of the caregiver story. And in the essay, you say that perhaps some of your response to your patients was also impacted by your experience as a caregiver for your mom when she was undergoing radiation. Can you share a little with the readers and listeners? Dr. Shivani Sud: I think this is part of the reason why Lily's situation and her journey resonated so closely with me. She and her mother were an inspirational duo, regardless, but I think there was this extra level of connection, as we took care of Lilly because my mother was about to start her radiation treatments herself. This is another one of those examples, where, as a trainee especially, it feels like you start off as an outsider, and then you're part of the system. And then here, I was, not necessarily, you know, I wasn't part of my mother's radiation treatment delivery team, but I was still a radiation oncologist in training. And here I was sitting there by her side, trusting the system that I was once an outsider to, and then was once part of, but from a different vantage point. And so that's kind of those shifts in where the chair is located. And in chart rounds, it was along the periphery for the medical students, and then you're sitting in the main seat as the radiation oncologist. And now you're sitting in the chair along the wall reserved for family members. I think the role of a caregiver is tremendously important in terms of caring for patients. First, of course, for the patient's well-being for them to have someone to speak with, at least that was the case with my mother. We would often talk about her symptoms, and what she was afraid of, what she wanted out of treatment, the parts of radiation that were scary and nerve-wracking to her. And it was interesting to now be on this cusp and, had her tumor arisen five years before, I wouldn't be able to speak both languages of daughter and radiation oncologist. But given the point in time, there were many moments where I could reassure her. And there were also many moments where, after I reassured her, I would then sit there and say, 'Oh, dear, is this actually going to work?' You have all this training, but then you kind of pause and you say, 'Well, do I believe it?' And you think about things a little bit differently, again, when you're not necessarily in the system, but you understand the system, but you're sitting in a different position. Dr. Lidia Schapira: You're clearly inside the system. Now, my final couple of questions are these, one is what motivated you to write and publish the story? Dr. Shivani Sud: The paintings themselves arose from seeing these visual narratives. And essentially the same way that a writer likes to put thoughts to paper, I wanted to put paint to canvas, because that was the way that I was going to remember this connection that I had made. And this was the best way that I would be able to share the connections that I had made with others. In terms of wanting to pen the story, part of it was giving light and continuity to these experiences of taking care of these two patients who had taught me so much and clearly struck a chord with me in terms of wanting to craft these paintings and to also share with others that there is humanity in our field, there is such a deeper connection that we make. And even though these computer-generated lines might seem so impersonal, and you see us scrolling through scans and things of that nature, there is very much a human connection, a human cause, and purpose behind all of that, and everything we do is centered around the patient. And this for me was just my way of showing a way in which I bring my mind, body, and soul to the work that I do. And take home this work and say, 'This is where it's a part of me.' Dr. Lidia Schapira: Have you shown your artwork? Dr. Shivani Sud: I have shown my artwork to a few of my co-residents. A few of my attendings have seen it as well, I haven't widely circulated it at this point in time. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Shivani, thank you so much for sending us your work, and please remember to keep your humanity about your work. It is inspiring. It is inspiring to hear you. It was really moving to read your essay and to appreciate your artwork. Thank you so much. Dr. Shivani Sud: Well, thank you so much for having me. Thank you for accepting the piece, for encouraging us to embrace our humanity in the work that we do, and for having the Art of Oncology section. It's a pleasure to be able to join. I really appreciate your taking the time to include me. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Until next time, thank you for listening to this JCO's Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology podcast. If you enjoyed what you heard today, don't forget to give us a rating or review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen. 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Stacey's tales of his early days in Nashville continue. Things kick off with him being selected to play on the Grand Ole Opry with Roy Acuff, his first time meeting Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsy's bass player Billy Cox, his VERY BRIEF stint as an Elvis impersonator, and finally his battle with a fly while finishing the paint on one of his first award winning builds. Listener questions tackled are replacing the wiring harness on a '73 Cuda, battery 4-1-1, and putting 3/4 ton axles into a 1/2 ton Silverado.
In Episode 248, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to Sandgate, Vermont, to try and solve the mystery of a Norman Rockwell masterpiece painting called “Breaking Home Ties” that was proudly displayed in the Norman Rockwell museum between 2002 and 2006. The only problem is the museum painting was a fake. What happened to the original?
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Canary Cry News Talk #486 - 05.18.2022 THE GREAT FAKE PAUSE Biden Bots, Sci-Fi China, Russia in Antarctica LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com CLIP CHANNEL: CanaryCry.Tube SUPPLY DROP: CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other podcast: ravel Gonz' New Youtube: Facelikethesun Resurrection Gonz' Video Archive: Facelikethesun.Live App Made by Canary Cry Producer: Truther Dating App LEAD 5:09 V / 2:33 P GREAT RESET Disinfo Board paused after Jankowicz resigns (Wapo) → Note: Audit finds half of Biden's twitter followers are fake (NY Post) GREAT REPLACEMENT PSYOP 22:55 V / 20:12 P Inside data that debunks Great Replacement theory (Indy UK) INTRO (M-W-F) 45:48 V / 43:06 P B&G Update, V4V/Exec./Asso./Support FLIPPY 55:10 V / 52:28 P Google DeepMind AI, GATO unleashed! (Hacker Noon) [Party Pitch/Ravel/CCClips/text alerts] 1:02:02 V / 59:20 P POLYTICKS/UFOs 1:04:22 V / 1:01:40 P Sources: → Full video of the UAP Congressional Hearing (C-SPAN) → Warning over UFO collisions, 11 near misses (The Sun) → Pentagon vows rigorous scientific analysis of UFOs (Politico) CHINA 1:19:54 V / 1:17:12 P CHINA/TRUMP/GEOENGINEERING Trump/Geoengineering: Pres. Trump kept asking about China's Weather Mod hurricanes (Yahoo) → China massively expanding weather modification program, artificial rain (Biz Insider, Dec. 2020) Money/Bitcoin: China massive underground bitcoin mining op, despite ban last year (SCMP) → Gonz tweet June 2021 wasn't too far off [TREASURE/SPEAKPIPE/ clue] 1:34:58 V / 1:32:16 P BIBLICAL 2:07:47 V / 2:05:05 P How Christian App Glorify is helping celebrities DO GOD! (Times UK) → Note: Mozilla, mental health prayer apps don't have privacy in mind (PC Mag) POLYTICKS/BIDEN 2:34:12 V / 2:31:30 P Unsettling Fort Bragg recruitment video concerns many (Charlotte Observer) WEF/PHARMAKEIA 2:52:11 V / 2:49:29 P Forget Burning Man — Psychedelic Shamans Now Heading to Davos (Bloomberg) [TALENT] 3:06:46 V / 3:04:04 P ANTARCTICA 3:23:22 V / 3:20:40 P → Headline: Ice sheets have GROWN despite climate change! (Express.Co.UK) Antarctica going dark has space researchers jazzed up, here's why (Stats Globe) Battleground Antarctica: Despite mining ban, Russia looks for fossil fuels in Antarctica (Daily Maverick) [TIME/OUTRO] 3:48:30 V / 3:45:48 P EPISODE 486 WAS PRODUCED BY… Executive Producers Derek P** Supply Drop Laura C Producers Nicholas B, Michael G, MORV, Sir JC Knight of the Technosquatch, DrWhoDunDat, James M, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Veronica D, Gail M, Sir James Knight and Servant of the Lion of Judah, LX Protocol V2, Dustin B, Jackie U, Puddin22, Runksmash AUDIO PRODUCTION (Jingles, Iso, Music): Jonathan F, MartyB ART PRODUCTION (Drawing, Painting, Graphics): Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation, Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia CONTENT PRODUCTION (Microfiction etc.): Runksmash: Late at night Monty begins singing the song of his people at the back door. His person groggily wanders to the door and opens it, stealthful the cat drops a toy in the door jam keeping it open. When the coast is clear Monty and the Rooster sneak in. CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Epsilon Timestamps: Mondays: Jackie U Wednesdays: Jade Bouncerson Fridays: Christine C Social Media: Twitter @TylerSears2 @Zanrkend @TheLightInThis1 ADDITIONAL STORIES: The company buying Truth Social was warned about Trump past failures (Insider) Bitcoin being discussed by 44 international banks and nations in El Salvador (CoinTele) EXCLUSIVE: Former Trump aide posts online a searchable database containing a huge trove of more than 120,000 emails from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop (DailyMail) Elon Musk calls out Twitter employee caught in Project Veritas video mocking his Asperger's (Fox) Elon Musk: “Is this legit?” (twitter) Twitter engineer recorded saying ‘Commie as f–k' staff ‘censors the right' (NY Post) Twitter Executive Mocks Elon Musk for Believing Public can ‘Make Their Own Decision' on Platform (Project Veritas) BREAKING: Twitter urges employees to watch out for Project Veritas (Post Millennial) Elon Musk slams Biden: 'The real president is whoever controls the teleprompter' (Fox) Elon Musk blasts Joe Biden, says he has failed to get much done (CNBC) Audit finds half of Joe Biden's Twitter followers are fake (NY Post) Skipping meals and shrinking portions — Brits are being warned of ‘apocalyptic' food price rises (CNBC) Conspiracy Theorists flock to bird flu, spread falsehoods (Indy UK) 300k death could have been averted through vaccination, analysis (ABC) Omicron is turning out to be weak vaccine (Wapo) Apple, remote work extended, employee mask mandate returns (Bloomberg) Flippy and Sippy, leading the Automated Kitchen Revolution (Franchise Times)
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Akshita Gandhi (@iamakshitagandhi)A Love Letter to My HomeA solo exhibition of new work by Akshita GandhiIs India truly free seventy-five years after its independence? The Indian Independence Act, which established India's independence from British imperialism, went into effect in August 1947. However, the act partitioned India, causing significant social divisions. What is India's post-colonial identity now, amidst social and political upheaval and increasing censorship? And how does the surrounding architecture reflect the residents' vitality and spirit?Photographer and multimedia artist Akshita Gandhi strives to answer these questions in her solo exhibition "A Love Letter To My Home." Presented at The Nehru Centre by Gabriel Fine Arts to celebrate the 75th anniversary of India's independence, Gandhi's work casts new light on Mumbai and Udaipur, revealing cityscapes in flux and essentially coming undone. A Love Letter to My Home 23 – 27 May 2022The Nehru Centre, 8 S Audley St, Mayfair, London W1K 1HFFor more information on the work of Akshita Gandhi go to: https://akshitagandhi.orgWith Thanks to Tani of TBurnsArts, for making this conversation happenTo Support this podcast from as little as £3 per month: www.patreon/ministryofartsIf you would like to promote your work, exhibition or any other creative project, please contact us at:Social Media: @ministryofartsorgEmail: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dear Pennies & Pallers, Letter one comes from Jules, who needs advice about a friend who too often plays the victim. In our second letter, VL writes us to ask about an on-location cabin show and mouth & foot painting artists. We also discuss phone sex, vibes, mani-pedis, and more! We wish you well, sincerely, Your Pen Pals Daniel Van Kirk & Rory Scovel
Our podcast today features a topic that is near and dear to our hearts, the role of the Coach. This powerful conversation with two respected leaders, Brian Nolan, Managing Partner at Nolan Consulting Group, and Paul Cook, VP of Painters USA, Summit Member and Member Coach, will challenge you to think about who is looking to YOU as a coach. At NCG, we have the immense privilege to work with many business owners and organizational leaders in a coaching capacity to help them achieve their desired visions and accomplish their personal and organizational goals. It's a position that is both incredibly rewarding and challenging. This conversation centers on the skills and behaviors that are critical to succeed in the role of the coach. As you listen, consider who is looking to YOU as a coach. As a leader, business owner, or manager of people, you have a coaching responsibility - you just might not realize it.
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach three Pump Heads via Zoom. Mind Pump Fit Tip: When all things are considered, generally speaking, free weights are SUPERIOR to machines. (2:37) The ultimate performance hack is brought to you by Organifi. (16:36) Painting the picture of how the average person views weight training. (18:32) Beware of leg kicks! (33:02) How you are an average of the five friends you spend the most time with. (38:18) When the market speaks, policies change! (41:38) Get your FREE business assessment with NCI! (43:56) #ListenerLive question #1 - What's the point of doing cardio at all, especially when it comes to losing weight? (45:51) #ListenerLive question #2 - What are some red flags to look for in a bodybuilding coach? (57:17) #ListenerLive question #3 - As an ultra-endurance athlete, what recommendations do you have for programming after completing MAPS Symmetry? (1:12:24) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** NCI Certifications x Mind Pump May Promotion: MAPS Starter Bundle and MAPS Spilt 50% off! **Promo code MAYSPECIAL at checkout** Free Weights vs Machines (WHAT IS THE BETTER MUSCLE BUILDER?) – Mind Pump TV Luna Physical Therapy Before Steroids, Russians Secretly Studied Herbs - Culture Robert Pattinson refuses to work out constantly for Batman role because he doesn't want to ‘set a precedent' UFC 274: Watch Michael Chandler brutally KO Tony Ferguson with a vicious front kick Deadliest Warrior - Wikipedia Impact Theory - DO THIS Every Day To Melt The FAT AWAY & BUILD MUSCLE Netflix tells ‘woke' workers to quit if they are offended: ‘culture' memo Disney Throws Hollywood a Lifeline as Streaming Subscribers Rise to 138 Million Visit NED for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Mind Pump #1517: The No Cardio Way To Train Your Body To Burn Fat Cardio Sucks for Fat Loss – Mind Pump Blog Prime Bundle | MAPS Fitness Products Mind Pump #1047: Build A Competition Level Body (& Should You Compete?) MAPS Symmetry MAPS Prime Pro Webinar Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Max Lugavere (@maxlugavere) Instagram Michael Chandler (@mikechandlermma) Instagram Tony Ferguson (@tonyfergusonxt) Instagram
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It's back! Talking points in this episode include Hyenussy, the Ass Wastes, Dan's shithead cat, snakeboobs, a whole grip of vein puns, gettin' stilty, and hyper-local bullshit. Enjoy! https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/40kBadcast/
Canary Cry News Talk #485 - 05.16.2022 MEDIA MASSACRE MIND LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party LEAD 5:23 V / 2:26 P GUN CONTROL/RACE WARS Buffalo “racist massacre” 10 black people dead (ABC) + NY Times Source Note: Pope Francis names 10 new saints, includes “Patron Saint of Journalism” (Fox) → Buffalo shooter isn't a “Lone Wolf” (Rolling Stone) → State Senator suggests False Flag (Huffpo) → Great Replacement GOP Mainstream (Vice) → Internet Control (LA Times) Clip: Kamala on buffalo, Black community speaking out Churchgoers tackled, hogtied gunman on deadly Laguna Woods church shooting (LA Times) Clip: Justice Clarence Thomas joke about media (set up for v4v pitch) INTRO (M-W-F) 52:19 V / 49:22 P B&G Update, V4V/Exec./Asso./Support FLIPPY 58:28 V / 55:31 P Robot teaching yoga class (Denver Post, submitted by producer Kira OC) [Party Pitch/Ravel/CCClips/text alerts] 1:09:19 V / 1:06:22 P RUSSIA/FOOD/WITCHCRAFT 1:12:25 V / 1:09:28 P → McDonalds moving out of Russia for good (Reuters) → McDonald's deal for Mercury retrograde: Get a free McChicken or McDouble (USA Today) 4 HORSEMAN TECHNOCALYPSE 1:28:30 V / 1:25:33 P Bezos: Jeff critical of Biden, invokes Disinfo Board (Tweet) → Jeff also critical of Biden trying to print more money (Tweet) **White House fired back at Bezos (Yahoo/Insider) [Larry Summer sides with Biden (Insider)] → This morning, Jeff again, responds to the critique [TREASURE/SPEAKPIPE/BYE YOUTUBE] 1:40:31 V / 1:37:34 P COVID/WACCINE 1:58:54 V / 1:56:03 P US has hit 1 Million C19 Deaths, but Numbers likely higher (ABC) Why is C19 SURGING in San Fransisco? (SF Chron.) Explosive outbreak causing upheaval in North Korea, 820,000 cases (National Post) [TALENT] 2:43:40 V / 2:40:43 P NEPHILIM UPDATE 3:02:56 V / 3:00:00 P Is an unknown, extraordinarily ancient civilization buried under eastern Turkey? (Spectator) Scripture: Deut. 4, covenant and graven images; Rev. 9, 16, angel in River Euphrates, 1 Chron. 20.6 six fingers, Rev. 21:1 new heaven new earth, divine council [TIME/OUTRO] 3:25:40 V / 3:22:43 P EPISODE 485 WAS PRODUCED BY… Executive Producers Dame Lynn Lady of the Lakes** Supply Drop Jessie S Producers MORV, Natalie C, Sir James Knight and Servant of the Lion of Judah, Puddin2022, Michael B, LX PROTOCOL V2, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Veronica D, Gail M, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Jackie U AUDIO PRODUCTION (Jingles, Iso, Music): Psalm40, Jonathan F ART PRODUCTION (Drawing, Painting, Graphics): Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation, Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia CONTENT PRODUCTION (Microfiction etc.): Runksmash: Hearing the cacophony being caused by Monty and Propaganda Rooster, Kodi pokes around the corner and sees his person talking to the spooky eyed man. Steeling his nerve Kodi bursts in with a mighty “NO WOBBLE EYES! BIG MOUSE IS BAD, ROOSTER SAID SO!” The Sentinel: While Basil practices in his new skates, on the other side of town… the Alpha-Bois are preparing for the tournament as well. It is now only 2 weeks away. Master Grease stands in the center of the rink barking commands. “ONE!” The Alpha-bois all lean to the right, extending their arms out in a shoving motion as they circle their master. “TWO!” They lean left, shoving again. “THREE!” They jump forward, pulling themselves past an invisible adversary. The roller-skating rink thunders as they all land at the same time. “FOUR!” The new janitor looks on in awe as all the Alpha-Bois perform a sweeping motion in unison. “FIVE!” CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Epsilon Timestamps: Mondays: Jackie U Wednesdays: Jade Bouncerson Fridays: Christine C ADDITIONAL STORIES: Lab grown human milk just 3 years away (CNN) Algae powered computing, renewable biological photovoltaic cell (Cambridge) Chinese Spy Ship Makes First Appearance Near Australian Submarine Communications Base (theDrive) If you think gas prices are bad, diesel is in its worst crisis since the 1970s and has even raised fears of localized rationing (Insider) Kyiv wins Eurovision Song Contest while Britain gets best result for 20 years (but France and Germany just avoid nul points) (DailyMail) Ukraine shares footage of soldiers firing British made Brimstone missiles at Russian forces after military hardware was adapted so they can be fired from small vehicles on battlefield (DailyMail) Indian surgeon plans to transplant womb into a TRANS woman in world-first op that could pave way for biological men to get pregnant (DailyMail) Kyiv wins Eurovision while Britain gets best result for 20 years (DailyMail) → Sorry, that's not a doorway on Mars (CNET) → Mars sample collection risks introducing Alien Virus on earth (WION) SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com CLIP CHANNEL: CanaryCry.Tube SUPPLY DROP: CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other podcast: ravel Gonz' New Youtube: Facelikethesun Resurrection Gonz' Video Archive: Facelikethesun.Live App Made by Canary Cry Producer: Truther Dating App
Cecelia St. Clair Rembert is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She received an MFA in Painting from the New York Studio School in 2007, and has shown locally and nationally, in solo and group exhibitions, over the last 15 years. In addition to painting, Rembert has a passion for sustainability and agriculture and is a produce buyer at the Park Slope Food Coop. Her interests are far-reaching and include making her own pigments, plant medicine, mythology and supporting soil-based farming. In this episode, she speaks with Pam Seidman about the similarities between food and art, and how she's made the time for painting while also working full-time.
36 years after playing pilot Pete Mitchell in the first Top Gun film, Tom Cruise returns to the role. Now Mitchell is one of the US Navy's top aviators, a courageous test pilot and instructor. He can dodge planes in the air but avoiding the advancement in rank that would ground him proves more difficult for him. Larushka Ivan Zadeh reviews the film. Joseph Wright of Derby was a fine portrait painter but is best known as the first artist to paint scenes of the Industrial Revolution and its scientific processes, such as in his most famous work, An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump. Today one of his paintings, in a private collection since 1772, became the centre piece of the Joseph Wright collection at Derby Museums and Art Gallery. On one side there is a self-portrait, on the other a study for An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump. Curator Lucy Bamford explains why this is such a significant acquisition. So that the exhibits are not confined to within the museum building, London Transport Museum is running guided tours of the Kingsway Tram Tunnel in Central London. Opened in 1906 the last tram ran through it in 1952. Since it was abandoned it has been a secret space in the heart of the city. Samira visits the tunnel with transport historian Tim Dunn and Siddy Holloway of the London Transport Museum and discovers part of the capital's hidden heritage. Louise Erdrich is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band and of Chippewa, and is the latest of our authors shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2022 for The Sentence. The novel is about a bookshop, a haunting, and the events that unfurled in Minneapolis between All Souls' Day in 2019 and 2020, including of course the death of George Floyd. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Julian May
This week's episode on the Artist Academy Podcast features a northern United Kingdom muralist James Carter.James has been dabbling in paint and street art for many years but just recently went full-time into the mural business during the Covid lockdown. It's quite a different landscape for artists working across the pond.In this interview, we chat about the differences and similarities compared to painting in the United States. It's refreshing to hear James' welcoming view on things like painting in public, plus he gives us some tips on using spray and a bunch of stuff in between.Let me know what you think of this week's episode with James Carter.https://www.artistacademy.co/muralmaster https://www.instagram.com/durhamspraypaints
Nick Slavik, founder and owner of Nick Slavik Painting & Restoration, takes a deep dive into the fundamental components of business success. Nick discusses how to get your painting business in order both in terms of customer fulfillment and employee satisfaction. He shares a huge shift that he has seen recently in the mindset of potential employees, and what painting companies must now do to attract and retain great people. And he discusses his strong feelings against discounting work, and the proof he would need to see in order to have his mind changed. Some topics include: How to get your business in order, so that your painting company can growA massive employee mindset shift that has forever changed how painting companies must attract and retain talentHow to maximize the impact of in-depth business booksThe ultimate recipe for business success, and it's not easy
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Aaaaand we are back! Vicken Massoyan makes his return to the show, we cover his recent series of paintings, winning first place in a local competition, the 5 types of liquor you need in your cabinet, and Buffalo's recent catastrophe. Also there's a nice little update on the artist residency James was awarded, Vicken talks his top 5 Guitar Players, we are all over the map. Follow us on instagram Guest IG: @VickenMassoyan Host: @JamesGearlds Show: @artandbspodcast Follow James on Twitter: @kindafresh Podcast Merch: https://teespring.com/id/stores/art-and-bs-podcast
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to KAI LAB (@kai.lab_) We are a London-based arts and design practice that creates electronic, mechanical and sonic artworks. All with backgrounds in the physical sciences, we place a heavy emphasis on research and development. Our projects are driven by the desire to understand the core components of intriguing, complex and beautiful natural phenomena. Each artwork aims to make tangible the intangible, and invites the audience to use all their senses to experience a new perception of the environment. The observation of nature shows that the beauty of physical events is often the result of the strict rules of physics combined with the randomness of our chaotic environment. Our work aims to find the delicate balance between what technology can control and what randomness can disrupt, to build objects and spaces that are relatable yet surprising. Our research into micro and macro natural phenomena and our desire to work with these in new ways often leads to the development of novel electrical and mechanical technologies. We use these systems to power our own pieces as well as those of collaborators across a number of fields and industries. For more information on the work of Kai Lab go to: https://kailaboratory.com To Support this podcast from as little as £3 per month: www.patreon/ministryofarts If you would like to promote your work, exhibition or any other creative project, please contact us at:Social Media: @ministryofartsorgEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In your rented home, alone for now, with roommates weeks away, there's nothing to keep you company in the dead hours of the night, except for that macabre painting you noticed when you arrived -the one at the end of the hall – a grim scene of highway murder… It shares the idle hours with you. And in the silence, things are beginning to stir. Something dead is pulling itself through its painted prison and into your hallway, and it's walking toward your room! From insane asylum key masters to Hawaiian spirit seduction, we pull at the threads of the ever-thinning veil as we arrive halfway to Halloween to bring you true and terrifying tales of the inexplicable and the unknown!
In this episode of the podcast, I talk with writer Paul Leonard Williams. Paul has written a series of detective novels based on his central character Gideon Jones. But as we talk I find out that the idea for these stories started in high school but he was talked out of trying to be a writer by his parents. So for many years he actually went into the field of martial arts before deciding to reconnect with his original passion to be a writer later in life. Links Paul Leonard Williams Website https://paulleonardwilliams.com Tom Ray's Art Podcast website - https://www.tomrayswebsite.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomraysartpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomraysartpodcast/support
Poor soul, the centre of my sinful earth, Feeding these rebel pow'rs that thee array, Why dost thou pine within and suffer dearth, Painting thy outward walls so costly gay? Why so large cost, having so short a lease, Dost thou upon thy fading mansion spend? Shall worms, inheritors of this excess, Eat up thy charge? Is this thy body's end? Then, soul, live thou upon thy servant's loss, And let that pine to aggravate thy store; Buy terms divine in selling hours of dross; Within be fed, without be rich no more: So shalt thou feed on Death, that feeds on men, And Death once dead, there's no more dying then.
The Art Grind hosts Marshall Jones and Sophia Kayafas explores Colin Chillag's path as an artist. Colin is known for mixing high and low brow cultures with hyperrealism and abstraction in his artwork. Find the story here on the Art Grind podcast. *This interview was recorded in the summer of 2021Colin's website: LinkColin's IG: LinkEdited by Sophia KayafasSupport the show
Canary Cry News Talk #484 - 05.13.2022 PETRITUALS LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com CLIP CHANNEL: CanaryCry.Tube SUPPLY DROP: CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other podcast: ravel Gonz' YT: Facelikethesun Resurrection Gonz Archive Youtube: Facelikethesun.Live App Made by Canary Cry Producer: Truther Dating App LEAD FOOD Clip: Psaki, foreign imports to help supply baby food shortage Whistleblower told FDA about Abbot plants in 2021 (Politico) Abbot Stock Buyback instead of fixing baby formula factory (marketscreener) Don't make your own baby formula (NYT) INTRO (M-W-F) B&G Update V4V/Exec./Asso./Support FLIPPY Army of Chinese Robots build Dam with no human help (AsiaOne) [Party Pitch/Ravel/CCClips/text alerts] UKRAINE FACT CHECK: Klaus did not meet with Bono in Ukraine (Reuters)…but U2 did play in Kyiv bomb shelter, concert (NPR) Zelenksy to speak at WEForum (Tweet) Ukrainian Leak - Boris Johnson Tells Zelenksy not to Negotiate Boris, UK commits to defending Sweden, Finland (Politico) → Russia warns “military-technical” response if Finland joins NATO (Times UK) Rand Paul BLASTED for insisting $40b Ukraine aid be observed (NYP) KABBALAH On Temple Mount Sovereignty (Jerusalem Post Opinion) MONEY → Blackrock and Citadel deny involvement in Luna disaster (Forbes) Global Crypto Reg Body by next year, Climate, Cobid, Crypto TOP 3 CONCERNS! (EuroNews) [TREASURE/SPEAKPIPE/BYE YOUTUBE] COVID/WACCINE NK Sending out SOS, admits 350k spread of unnamed disease (Vice) → 13% of covid hospitalizations had neurological issues (J-Post) Mysterious Royalties Paid to NIH and NIAID scientists (openthebooks) DAYS OF NOAH Death can be reversible, Scientists brings back dead eye (Yahoo/Telegraph) [TALENT] CHINA China discovered sinkhole with forest inside (DailyCaller) SPACE Scientists grow plants in soil from the moon for the first time in history (CBS News) [TIME/OUTRO] EPISODE 484 WAS PRODUCED BY… Executive Producers Billy** Producers Jonathan F, Lady Knight LittleWing, Michael G, MORV, Nicholas B, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Onelousypetunia, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Sir JC Knight of the Technosquatch, James M, Joshua Mm Veronica D, Gail M, Runksmash, Jackie U, Sir James knight and servant of the Lion of Judah AUDIO PRODUCTION (Jingles, Iso, Music): Psalm40, Arnie W ART PRODUCTION (Drawing, Painting, Graphics): Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation, Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia, MarkA CONTENT PRODUCTION (Microfiction etc.): Runksmash: As Propaganda Roster crows incessantly about Big Mouse having control of the media Monty meows lazily to him, “These humans can't understand you, meow, but I'll try telling him next time. Also Papa doesn't like when you interrupt silly hat time.” MLC: I don't know where to begin. People say that the best place to start is where it all began. But what if that beginning is further back than people think. It could technically go all the way back to the fall. When we as a human species chose to not listen to the one rule God had. But let's see, hmmmm…let's start in modern history to keep it more relevant. World War I was told to us that it was a war to end all wars. What a joke. It started as a family squabble. It was a precursor to other happenings. World War II was a trail run to the mother of all wars. And the other wars between then and now was fine tuning. 2001 was a wakeup call to the world. Unfortunately, the world went back to sleep pretty fast. Then Ukraine happened. CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Epsilon Timestamps: Mondays: Jackie U Wednesdays: Jade Bouncerson Fridays: Christine C ADDITIONAL STORIES: Scientists see black hole for first time (Twitter) Dr. Strange actress facing abuse of minor charges (DailyMail) Biden administration cancels Alaska oil and gas lease sale (CBS News) Farmer warns of higher prices and food shortages coming soon (KGUN9) Minneapolis pet resource center asks for donations amid pet food, supply shortages (Fox9) GOP rep says illegal migrants sent ‘pallets' of hard-to-find baby formula (Fox News) India has made an autonomous cotton picker (FutureFarming) Elon speaks up about what he thinks of Trump 2024 (Yahoo/Huffpo) Two GOP judges just stripped social media companies of basic 1st amen. rights (Vox) Clip: Biden says farmers are backbone to freedom 2000 Mules review (Wapo) CNN Accidentally sends welcome package to paid-off employees (Daily Caller) AI: US warns AI for employment could violate disabilities act (NPR) Cambridge music student told to “decolonize ears” (Telegraph) Flight aborted after Eerie pictures Mysterious sent to passengers phones (UNILAD) Take Liver Samples from Hep Children (DailyMail) GOP Rep says illegal migrants sent pallete's of rare baby formula (Fox)
In the spirit of Warren & Jane Rohrer's collaborative artistic practice, Woodmere's CEO & Director Bill Valerio sits down with two artist couples: Syd Carpenter & Steve Donegan, and Mariel Capanna & Tyler Goldman. Together, they discuss the characteristics that shape and support their relationships and their artmaking before turning to Warren & Jane's work, using their personal experiences to guide reflection. “Hearing the Brush: The Painting and Poetry of Warren and Jane Rohrer” is on view through July 10, 2022.
Charlie J. Meyers is an American artist and curator working in figurative abstraction and portraiture. His work explores intimacy, memory, and the contemporary queer experience. In 2021, Charlie was featured in several magazines including Alien Literary Magazine, Clover and Bee, and The Purposeful Mayonnaise, appeared on the Bold Creatives Collective podcast, wrote a curator's pick for PxP Contemporary, and an art review for Vantage Art Projects. In 2020, he began an online curatorial project, the Moon Cheese Curator, through which he facilitates connection and discussion with artists, curators, collectors and others, examining the interface between the body and art production. Via this project, Vantage Art Projects invited him to curate his first virtual exhibition. Charlie will be expanding the Moon Cheese Curator project in 2022. The Foundation for Contemporary Arts, United States Artists, and Creative Capital awarded Charlie an Artist Relief Grant In 2020 in response to the pandemic. His work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions throughout North America and the UK. From 2019 to 2021, he managed the production and assembly of haute couture clutch handbags by designer Jeffrey Levinson, which are carried by high-end boutiques such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Net-A-Porter. Noted exhibitions in 2019 include Penn State University, Sanger Gallery, and Amos Eno Gallery of NYC. In 2020, he participated in shows in Key West, FL, and London UK. Charlie has been a recipient of several grants and awards including the Vermont Studio Residency Grant, Helene Couture Award for Excellence in Painting, and the Concordia University Faculty of Fine Arts Fellowship. In 2017, he was a visiting artist lecturer at the Sherwin B. Nuland Institute in Bioethics at Yale University. From 2016 to 2017, his work was on tour in public and private galleries throughout the province of Québec with the Montreal Arts Council. Other highlighted exhibitions in Montreal include Parisian Laundry, Donald Browne Gallery, Lilian Rodriguez Gallery, Joyce Yahouda Gallery, and Gallery B312. He currently paints in his studio in North Philadelphia. LINKS: Instagram.com/mooncheesecurator Instagram.com/charliejmeyers https://charliejmeyers.com/ Artist Shout Outs: Sarah Rose Jansen Pam McDonnell Christina Mallet Ekaterina Popova I Like Your Work Links: Exhibitions Studio Visit Artists I Like Your Work Podcast Instagram Submit Work Observations on Applying to Juried Shows Studio Planner
Episode No. 549 features artists Aubrey Levinthal and Doron Langberg. Levinthal and Langberg are included in "A Place for Me: Figurative Painting Now" at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. The exhibition, which was curated by Ruth Erickson, spotlights painters who are particularly interested in depicting what is near and dear to them, including friends, lovers, family, studio spaces, and their homes. "A Place for Me" is at the ICA through September 5. Aubrey Levinthal is a Philadelphia-based artist whose work explores the everyday in ways that engage with painting's history. She's shown her work in galleries in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin and Philadelphia. In addition to the ICA Boston exhibition, Levinthal's work is in "Women of Now: Dialogues of Memory, Place & Identity" at the Green Family Art Foundation in Dallas. It was curated by Clare Milliken and Bailey Summers, and is on view through May 15. Doron Langberg is a New York-based artist whose often large-scale works explore intimacy, color and touch. Langberg has been included in group shows at the RISD Museum, the Frick Madison, and the LSU Museum. His work is in the collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the RISD Museum.