durée : 00:50:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - Pascal Cribier, architecte, paysagiste, jardinier, racontait en 2011 son parcours et sa passion du jardin à Laure Adler pour un épisode de "Hors Champs" diffusé pour la première fois le 27 janvier de cette année-là. - invités : Pascal Cribier Architecte-paysagiste; Paul-Émile Victor Explorateur polaire, scientifique, ethnologue, écrivain
Host Samson Folk is joined by Ariel Pacheco to discuss the Raps & the Knicks. Timestamps will be affected by 30 seconds or 1 minute depending on implemented ads. 0:00 - Introductions 0:45 - Raps/Knicks legal battle 2:40 - How do we feel about the Knicks? 6:30 - Ariel's view of the Raptors 10:55 - How do the Pascal rumors seem from the outside? 11:30 - The Raptors teambuilding 17:20 - Ariel's thoughts on RJ & Scottie 26:10 - The Knicks depth 33:45 - How far can Brunson take his game? 42:30 - Final thoughts on the Knicks 45:00 - The Raptors ballhandling 46:06 - Malachi Flynn 48:24 - Ballhandling again 52:30 - Parting Shots Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Est-ce qu'il est plus dur de quitter ou d'être quitté.e ? D'un côté la culpabilité, de l'autre une forme d'humiliation, parfois un sentiment d'injustice, est-ce que rompre est la facilité face à un problème ou parfois la bonne solution ? Peut-on bien ou mal larguer ? Peut-on vraiment sortir le classique "je ne suis plus amoureux" ? On parle stratagèmes de rupture avec Elsa. ➡️ Rejoins nous dans le Club des Gentilshommes http://fr.tipeee.com/lesgentilshommes - et continue la discussion ou ouvre le débat.
durée : 00:25:12 - Maxime Pascal, chef d'orchestre (1/5) - par : Judith Chaine - A 37 ans, Maxime Pascal est l'un des meilleurs chefs de sa génération et un interprète incontournable du répertoire contemporain. Il est co-fondateur de l'ensemble Le Balcon, un collectif, dont la démarche s'inscrit dans un travail ambitieux sur la spatialisation et la diffusion du son. - réalisé par : Françoise Cordey
durée : 00:25:07 - Maxime Pascal, chef d'orchestre (2/5) - par : Judith Chaine - A 37 ans, Maxime Pascal est l'un des meilleurs chefs de sa génération et un interprète incontournable du répertoire contemporain. Il est co-fondateur de l'ensemble Le Balcon, un collectif dont la démarche s'inscrit dans un travail ambitieux sur la spatialisation et la diffusion du son. - réalisé par : Françoise Cordey
durée : 00:25:08 - Maxime Pascal, chef d'orchestre (3/5) - par : Judith Chaine - A 37 ans, Maxime Pascal est l'un des meilleurs chefs de sa génération et un interprète incontournable du répertoire contemporain. Il est co-fondateur de l'ensemble Le Balcon, un collectif, dont la démarche s'inscrit dans un travail ambitieux sur la spatialisation et la diffusion du son. - réalisé par : Françoise Cordey
durée : 00:25:13 - Les Grands entretiens - par : Judith Chaine - A 37 ans, Maxime Pascal est l'un des meilleurs chefs de sa génération et un interprète incontournable du répertoire contemporain. Il est co-fondateur de l'ensemble Le Balcon, un collectif, dont la démarche s'inscrit dans un travail ambitieux sur la spatialisation et la diffusion du son.
durée : 00:25:12 - Les Grands entretiens - par : Judith Chaine - A 37 ans, Maxime Pascal est l'un des meilleurs chefs de sa génération et un interprète incontournable du répertoire contemporain. Il est co-fondateur de l'ensemble Le Balcon, un collectif, dont la démarche s'inscrit dans un travail ambitieux sur la spatialisation et la diffusion du son.
Samson Folk is joined by Bruno Passos to discuss the Raptors & Spurs. Timestamps may be affected by 30 seconds or 1 minute depending on ads. 0:00 - Introductions 1:00 - Excitement for Wembanyama 4:00 - Pascal trade rumours 6:20 - Proven players over assets 11:12 - Wemby & Vassell + who for the Spurs core? 16:45 - Is there another Spurs/Raps trade in store? 19:25 - The ideal big next to Wemby? 25:45 - The Raptors navigating spacing 29:20 - The Raptors defensive floor 32:00 - Bruno's thoughts on Barnes 34:40 - Parting shots Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Comme au cinéma, le coup de foudre existe-t-il vraiment ? Quelle est la différence entre le coup de coeur et le coup de foudre ? Arrive-t-il forcément au premier regard, ou peut-il venir plus tard ? Réciproque ou unilatéral, ressenti physiquement ou non : on parle du coup de foudre et de ses déclinaisons avec Marion, trentenaire en couple depuis quatre ans et future maman➡️ Rejoins nous dans le Club des Gentilshommes http://fr.tipeee.com/lesgentilshommes - et continue la discussion ou ouvre le débat.
Will Lou and Alex Wong discuss the latest report on trade talks between the Raptors and Hawks for Pascal Siakam (5:00), the Delaware Blue Coats acquiring Jeff Dowtin Jr., and Giannis's comments on the world champion debate. Later, the two chat about (55:00) the NBA's new player participation policy, Draymond Green's love of Apple, and Serge Ibaka signing with Bayern Munich. They finish with an update on friends of the program worldwide, and Alex getting caught in 4K at the Blue Jays game (1:12:00). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.
An Ambassador from the Kingdom of the Kongo to the Papal Court On July 20, 817, Pope Paschal began a project to transform the Church of Santa Prassede, the resting place of the sisters and martyrs, Pudenziana and Prassede, executed in the second century, legendarily believed to be daughters of the Roman senator Pudens, the first or one of the first converts of St. Peter himself. To accompany them in their rebuilt church, Paschal removed 2,300 bodies from the catacombs and interred them in walls that were covered with glittering, colorful mosaics, lit by hundreds of candles. It was symbolic of everything the Roman church had been, and had become: built upon the bones of martyrs, but now wealthy, sponsored by the Emperor of the West, and shepherded by a powerful Bishop, who at the very least was first among equals. Indeed, as my guest writes, Paschal had himself depicted “shoulder to shoulder with Peter, Paul, Pudenziana, and Prassede.” This was a key moment in the history of papal Rome–a period in the history of the city in which the Papacy was key to the identity of both the place and its inhabitants. With Constantine's removal of the imperial capital to the new city of Constantinople, the papacy gradually became the point of reference for Romans, and then eventually for all of those people in western Europe who called themselves Christians. Eventually, even though its universal and awesome power had diminished by the middle of the nineteenth century, it still took an army to remove the Papacy from its position at the city's heart. And still, from time to time, it has the ability to relativize all other powers in the city. My guest Jessica Wärnberg is a historian of the religious and political culture of Europe. She has written about popes, princes, inquisitors, and Jesuits. She is the author of City of Echoes: A New History of Rome, Its Popes, and Its People, which is the subject of our conversation today. For Further Investigation The episode is illustrated with a photograph of the Church of Santa Prassede, looking towards the altar and the portraits of Peter, Paul, Prassede, Pudenziana, and Pope Paschal in the apse. The small illustration is of the Kongolese ambassador to the Papal Court. If you're new to the podcast, and liked this episode, you'll also like my conversation with philosopher Scott Samuelson about his book Rome as a Guide to the Good Life: A Philosophical Grand Tour For a taste of that classical Roman stuff that we avoided in the discussion–or some of the lower layers of the Roman cake–try this conversation with Ed Watts about the later Roman Republic. Conversation with Jessica Warnberg [00:00:00] Al: Welcome to Historically Thinking, a podcast about history and how to think about history. For more on this episode, go to historically thinking.org, where you can find links and readings related to today's podcast, comment on the conversation and sign up for our newsletter. And consider becoming a member of the Historically Thinking Common Room, a community of Patreon supporters. [00:00:22] Al: Hello, on July 20th, 817, Pope Pascal, the first began a project to transform the Church of Santa Procede, the resting place of the sisters and martyrs, Pudenziana and Prassede, executed in the second century, legendarily believed to be daughters of the Roman Senator Pudens, who was himself believed to be one of the first or the first convert of St. Peter himself. To accompany the two sisters in their rebuilt church, Pascal removed 2300 bodies from the catacombs and interred them in walls that were covered with glittering colorful mosaics, lit by hundreds of candles. [00:01:00] It was symbolic of everything the Roman Church had been and had become built upon the bones of martyrs. [00:01:06] Al: Now literally so wealthy, sponsored by the Emperor of the West and shepherded by a powerful bishop who at the very least was first among equals indeed. As my guest writes,
Thoughts on some of the questionable design decisions made over “Ultima Online's” lengthy history. Podcast Topic(s) Other News Stories Starfield Is Officially the Biggest Bethesda Game Launch of All Time Baldur's Gate 3 Review Intermittent Nonsense Discussion Cear Dragon and his friend Cocoa discuss changes made to the game that negatively affected Ultima Online, and what sort of solutions to the problems being addressed – with benefit of hindsight – might have worked better. Community & Patronage As always, this episode of Spam Spam Spam Humbug is brought to you by our Patreon backers; thank you to everyone who supports Spam Spam Spam Humbug and the Ultima Codex by that means. And, as always, a hearty thank you to our co-producers: Seth, Goldenflame, Dominik, Vladimir, Gronkh, Helgraf, Violation, Winfield, and Pascal. Support Spam Spam Spam Humbug Patreon | Ko-fi | Buy Me a Coffee | Like Ultima on Facebook | Follow the Ultima Codex on Twitter Join the Ultima Community UDIC.org | Ultima Dragons on Facebook | Follow the Ultima Dragons on Twitter | The Weyrmount | Ultima Dragons on Discord Send Feedback Send Us an Email | Leave a Voice Message | Join Us on Discord --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ssshpodcast/message
In this episode, we interview Professor Kathleen Wilson-Chevalier, the host of the upcoming Kings & Queens 13 conference in May 2024 at The American University of Paris. In this interview, Kathleen tells us all about the inspiration behind the theme "Gift-giving and Communication Networks". We also discuss the conference's commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the death of Queen Claude de France (1499-1524) and why this important but all too often sidelined queen deserves far greater attention. Find out more about the plans for Kings & Queens 13 on the conference webpage--the call for papers is currently open with a deadline of 31 October 2023. Nota bene from our guest:Louise de Savoie was mother of the king, never queen nor queen mother.Louis XII and Anne of Brittany supported Guillaume Briçonnet and Jacques Lefèvre d'Etaples in their reform of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in 1513.Claude's daughter Madeleine de France became queen of Scotland when she was sixteen and died there the year of her marriage (1537). Jacques Lefèvre d'Etaples wrote a Vocabulaire du Psaultier to teach Latin to Madeleine and her brother Charles, which he published in 1529.Claude's last child, Marguerite de France, became duchess of Savoy in 1559. Jean Héritier (Michel de l'Hôpital) credits Renée de France and her niece Marguerite de France with the erection of the tomb of the former chancellor at Champmotteux after his death in 1573.Professor Wilson-Chevalier's Work on Claude de France:“Claude de France and the Spaces of Agency of a Marginalized Queen”, in Women and Power at the French Court, 1483-1563. Ed. Susan Broomhall. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2018, pp. 139-172.“From Dissent to Heresy. Queen Claude of France and Her Entourage: Images of Religious Complaint and Evangelical Reform”, in Representing Heresy in Early Modern France. Ed. Lidia Radi and Gabriella Scarlatta Eschrich. Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2017, pp. 93-129."Claude de France. La vertu de la littérature et l'imaginaire d'une princesse vertueuse”, Valeur des lettres à la Renaissance. Débats et reflécions sur la vertu de la littérature, Paris, Classiques Garnier, 2016, pp. 43-81. "Quelle “trinité royale” ? Reine, roi, régente et sœur de roi : Claude de France, François Ier, Louise de Savoie et Marguerite de Navarre", in La dame de cœur . Le patronage religieux des reines et des princesses XIIIe-XVIIe siècle. Ed. Murielle Gaude-Ferragu and Cécile Vincent-Cassy, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2016, pp. 123-136“Claude de France: Justice, Power & the Queen as Advocate for Her People”, in Textual and Visual Representations of Power & Justice in Medieval France. Manuscripts and Early Printed Books. Ed. Rosalind Brown-Grant, Anne D. Hedeman, and Bernard Ribémont. Ashgate, 2015, pp. 241-272.“Claude de France: In Her Mother's Likeness, A Queen with Symbolic Clout?”, in The Cultural and Political Legacy of Anne de Bretagne. Negotiating Convention in Books and Documents. Ed Cynthia Brown. Cambridge (U.K.): Boydell and Brewer, 2010, pp. 123-144.Edited books:Femmes à la cour de France Charges et fonctions (XVe-XIXe siècle). Ed. with Caroline zum Kolk. Villeneuve d'Ascq : Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2018.Patronnes et mécènes en France à la Renaissance. Ed., with the collaboration of Eugénie Pascal. Saint-Étienne : Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne (with the participation of The American University of Paris), 2007.Royaume de fémynie : Pouvoirs, contraintes, espaces de liberté des femmes, de la Renaissance à la Fronde. Ed. with Eliane Viennot. Paris : Honoré Champion, 1999.
Les Gentilshommes renversent les rôles et répondent aux questions de trois de leurs précédentes invitées : Anaïs (la friendzone), Mélanie (le Prince Charmant), et Meryem (le premier rendez-vous). Comment est né le podcast, d'où viennent les idées de thèmes et qui sont les invitées... un SAV d'une heure pour découvrir les coulisses du podcast.➡️ Rejoins nous dans le Club des Gentilshommes http://fr.tipeee.com/lesgentilshommes - et continue la discussion ou ouvre le débat.
durée : 00:29:35 - Les Pieds sur terre - par : Sonia Kronlund - Trois rencontres insolites, coups de foudre dans les airs ou sous terre, avec Emma, Pascal, Antoine et Gaëtan, racontés par Rita Ruggirello.
The guys start off with some fun math before diving into shout outs, a breakdown of another fantastic home result, taking on the news and headlines of the day, and finally a rather optimistic view of the first match after the international break, an away "affair" at Mainz.Ahem. Part One Shout Outs go to the majesty of Fritzle versus KSC's warthog thing, Matt's wagering skills, former VfBers plying their trade in the 2.Bundesliga, Village Footy and VfB Omaha for winning the weekly OFC games, and Sehrou for winning his second consecutive Man of the Match award from the OFC! Part Two is a look back at the big win versus SC Freiburg, another five goal match, but this time for the good guys in white and red. Key talking points include the defense, Alex's comeback, Chris as a poor-man's Arjen Robben, Sehrou's incredible run of form, Angelo's fantastic start, and Enzo's return. In the end, the fellas celebrate another great match, the fact four players were Player's of the Week, and the amazing job Sebastian has done as the head man since taking over. Part Three are some goodbyes and hellos as the News and Headlines are dealt with, including a brief goodbye to travelling man Gil and much longer and much more heartfelt goodbye to long-time brustring wearer Borna, who's crosses and emotional goodbye will be remembered fondly for years to come. Hello's are offered to a new defender, a possible new sporting director, and an annual general meeting that could be pretty testy. Part Three ends with listener questions, including answers to whether Chris will ever pass the ball ever again, the offensive player's hunger to score, how Pascal has upped his game, and how long can Sehrou stay in Stuttgart (hint: forever!). Part Four is a predictably optimistic look at the upcoming match after the break, an away "affair" at Mainz, a club that seems to be our bogey man but a club that VfB has really played well against in recent history.And both Travis and Matt forgot to talk about the tease - their connection to Green Day - and the status of their kit order. Which means now you have a reason to listen next time! HAHA! We win again! Episode Introduction - 0:00-1:38 Part One - Shout Outs - 1:48-5:54 Part Two - VfB:SCF - 6:04-35:34 Part Three - News, Headlines, and Questions - 35:44-60:08 Part Four - M05:VfB - 60:18-64:54
In today's episode of the Atheist Experience, our hostesses with the mostess are Forrest Valki & Armin Navabi.Let's welcome our first caller is Alan from Wisconsin, who as an atheist, is dealing with the all too common issue of a theist's view that bad things happen to people due to their lack of faith. He discusses wanting to have that frustrating conversation with as much respect and tact as he can. Our hosts share what has worked for them and how this is a common misperception.Second caller up to the proverbial bat is Dave from Connecticut. Now Dave gives his explanation of why faith is the only access we can have with God and “smart” people know this where those of “less” intelligence cannot understand what faith is and needing it to access God. Does this sound a little bit egotistical? A mental gymnastic game? You are right! Let's listen to Armin and Forrest break this down and how silly that is.Caller number three gives a ring, his name is the Monkey King, and he doesn't know anything.Ohhh boy! Michael is the fourth caller and he tries to give God a pass on biblical slavery. Do you need any more detail than that? Yeah, I didn't think so. Oh! And some antisemitism to boot!Moving to a more productive topic, Carlos in Puerto Rico calls in dealing with the title of being an anti-theist. Forrest explains his hostility against religious teachings, the harm it does, and how he identifies as an anti-theist. Armin adds on explaining why we as activists, care for religious people as they are the victims of theism and pushing against the bad ideas that actively hurts our fellow human beings.Caller number 6 comes from John living with our friendly neighbors of the north, Canada. Now John brings up Pascal's Wager which is easy to refute, but then takes a hard right turn to God creating the USA, as the greatest nation? Dear reader, if you belong to another country, I do apologize for this idiotic opinion. Oh! And a touch of trans-phobia. This call goes a little all over the place.
Pascal discusses what's going on in Francophone Africa with Milton Allimadi About TIR Thank you for supporting the show! Remember to like and subscribe on YouTube. Also, consider supporting us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents Check out our official merch store at https://www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com/ Also follow us on... https://podcasts.apple.com/.../this-is.../id1524576360 www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/ Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland Follow the TIR Crüe on Twitter: @TIRShowOakland @djenebajalan @DrKuba2 @probert06 @StefanBertramL @MarcusHereMeow Read Jason's work in Sublation Magazine here: https://www.sublationmag.com/writers/jason-myles
Pascal Dennis is a man of many passions. A professional engineer by day, he is also an author who has published five business novels and a book of poems. When Pascal steps away from his desk, he straps on a guitar. In addition to his accomplishments in business, Dennis is a prolific singer/songwriter.In recent years the Toronto-based musician has written over 100 songs. He has produced three albums of original material as well as a string of singles. With roots in Classic Country, Jazz, R & B and Pop, Pascal writes songs about his city, family and life experience. Pascal's latest album Shame on the Sun, was released in April 2023.
L'été, saison des amours ou moment de rupture ? Supposément « à la cool », les vacances peuvent devenir brutales lorsqu'on se rend compte que l'on fonctionne bien différemment de son partenaire. En sortant de la routine, ne prend-t-on pas finalement le risque d'être déçu ? On en parle avec Mélanie 28ans 3/4 pour qui garder ses chaussures à la plage peut potentiellement être un motif de rupture.➡️ Rejoins nous dans le Club des Gentilshommes http://fr.tipeee.com/lesgentilshommes - et continue la discussion ou ouvre le débat.
For episode 55, Pascal speaks with Katherine and returning guest Dustin, two software engineers at Meta about how to ship code at Meta. Why do we have a monorepo? Why and how do we do pre-commit code review? What does our CI infrastructure look like? Get the answers to these questions and many more in this episode of the Meta Tech Podcast. Got feedback? Send it to us on Threads (https://threads.net/@metatechpod), Twitter (https://twitter.com/metatechpod), Instagram (https://instagram.com/metatechpod) and don't forget to follow our host @passy (https://twitter.com/passy, https://mastodon.social/@passy, and https://threads.net/@passy_). Fancy working with us? Check out https://www.metacareers.com/. Links The evolution of Facebook's iOS app architecture - Engineering At Meta: https://engineering.fb.com/2023/02/06/ios/facebook-ios-app-architecture/ Episode 47: Source control at Meta - https://pca.st/episode/429e9f38-6537-43e3-b929-fbeeda326ed5 Timestamps Intro 0:06 Intro Katherine 1:55 Dustin's Origin Story 4:38 Topic Intro 6:28 Why Monorepo(s) 7:18 What Makes Monorepos Hard? 12:15 Why do we Have so Many Files? 17:31 Who Owns Stuff? 25:29 Life of a Diff 28:58 Writing Bots Writing Code Writing Bots 34:16 Finding Reviewers 38:46 Why Are Things Not Constantly on Fire? 41:43 Outro 47:47 Outtakes 48:46
durée : 00:49:30 - Grand Canal - Essais, romans, contes, traductions, Pascal Quignard est l'auteur de nombreux ouvrages très variés comme celui qu'il vient de publier, le douzième volume du "Dernier Royaume" joliment intitulé "Les heures heureuses" (Albin Michel).
Limor Bergman-Gross, founder of LBG Consulting, a results-oriented executive coaching service for women in tech, discusses her early programming experience, including Pascal instruction in high school, her move from software engineering manager to career coach and corporate mentorship instructor and why mentors can and should come at any level on the career ladder, not just management or executive. As Limor puts it, “all you need in a mentor is that they be a few steps further down the path than you are.” Lots of gems like that to be found today on Cyber Work. – Get your FREE cybersecurity training resources: https://www.infosecinstitute.com/free– View Cyber Work Podcast transcripts and additional episodes: https://www.infosecinstitute.com/podcast0:00 - Career coach for women in tech 2:55 - Getting into cybersecurity 5:50 - Pursuing cybersecurity consulting6:54 - How to get into consulting 8:15 - First steps with cybersecurity coaching10:02 - How to help someone find their role14:20 - Executive-level consulting 16:00 - A mentor versus an advocate17:45 - Mentoring and training 20:00 - Speaking at an ISACA conference22:28 - Achieving gender parity quickly24:55 - Supporting underrepresented talent in cybersecurity32:05 - Making a difference in diversity35:00 - Women mentoring women37:10 - Making yourself available as a mentor 40:37 - Learn more about LBG Consulting42:20 - OutroAbout InfosecInfosec's mission is to put people at the center of cybersecurity. We help IT and security professionals advance their careers with skills development and certifications while empowering all employees with security awareness and phishing training to stay cyber-safe at work and home. More than 70% of the Fortune 500 have relied on Infosec Skills to develop their security talent, and more than 5 million learners worldwide are more cyber-resilient from Infosec IQ's security awareness training. Learn more at infosecinstitute.com.
TIR is joined by special guest host Billy Buntin and they discuss a piece that Pascal wrote for Black Agenda report 8 years ago that exposes the REAL Clarence Avant! Read Pascal's piece on Clarence Avant here: https://www.blackagendareport.com/black-godfather-clarence-avant-and-ruling-class-use-black-pop-culture Follow Billy Buntin's Work here: https://www.youtube.com/@BillyBDigital About TIR Thank you for supporting the show! Remember to like and subscribe on YouTube. Also, consider supporting us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents Check out our official merch store at https://www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com/ Also follow us on... https://podcasts.apple.com/.../this-is.../id1524576360 www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/ Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland Follow the TIR Crüe on Twitter: @TIRShowOakland @djenebajalan @DrKuba2 @probert06 @StefanBertramL @MarcusHereMeow Read Jason: https://www.sublationmag.com/writers/jason-myles Read Pascal: https://www.newsweek.com/black-political-elite-serving...
Tomber amoureuse, en quoi est-ce différent d'un coup de foudre ? Combien de temps cela peut-il prendre ? Quelques jours, plusieurs mois ? Comment voit-on que l'autre devient amoureux ? Peut-on tout arrêter lorsqu'on se rend compte que l'on est amoureux ? Peut-on renier les conceptions de l'amour que l'on a eu dans le passé ? Les Gentilshommes reçoivent Lina, 24 ans, qui "pense" être déjà tombée amoureuse et qui vient mélanger les cases soigneusement définies par ce podcast entre coup de foudre et amour.➡️ Rejoins nous dans le Club des Gentilshommes http://fr.tipeee.com/lesgentilshommes - et continue la discussion ou ouvre le débat.
Everyone who has ever walked the face of the earth has been made by God for a relationship with God. Because our rebellion and sin has severed that relationship, there remains a deep yearning inside each human being to have that relationship restored. Whether our teenagers know what to call it or not, Blaise Pascal described this universal hole in the soul as a god-shaped vacume. Alistar McGrath describes Pascal's model as “a God-shaped emptiness within us, which only God can fill. We may try to fill it in other ways and with other things. Yet one of the few certainties of life is that nothing in this world satisfies our longing for something that is ultimately beyond this world.” While it may at times seem like it isn't so, your teenager is no different than anyone else. His great need is to have this God-shaped emptiness filled by God. Even when they don't recognize it as such, we can rest in the assurance that their hunger is for heaven, and our calling is to point them to the Cross.
Episode 416 von TMNT - Der Talk. Das Hauptthema diesmal ist "TMNT: Mutant Mayhem" mit Pascal. Besucht auch meinen Blog unter http://tmnttalk.blogspot.com oder schreibt mir an firstname.lastname@example.org.
durée : 00:53:22 - L'Heure bleue - Trente ans après "Tous les matins du monde", l'écrivain Pascal Quignard revient à la forme du roman avec "L'Amour la mer" (Gallimard), et nous emmène dans un monde baroque, troublée par les épidémies, la violence, une nouvelle musique, et un amour, tout cela dans l'Heure Bleue ce soir. - invités : Pascal Quignard - Pascal Quignard : Ecrivain, violoncelliste - réalisé par : Lilian ALLEAUME
Contre toute attente et après presque deux étés sans pluie, cette année la récolte de Pascal Poot est.... démentiellement abondante ! Je vous explique tout ça dans cette voice note exclusive ! L'interview de Pascal Poot (#172) : https://audmns.com/ZlaLoqi L'interview croisée Pascal Poot & Roland Feuillas ( #190) : https://audmns.com/RwdukBL Cet épisode a été réalisé grâce à la complicité de la communauté resserrée @ouestlebeau rassemblée sur Patreon pour un nouveau paradigme : https://www.patreon.com/podcastouestlebeau
On August 19, 1662, French philosopher, mathematician, and apologist Blaise Pascal died at just 39 years old. Pascal, despite his shortened life, is renowned for pioneering work in geometry, physics, and probability theory. His most powerful legacy, however, involves the ways he engaged with life's biggest questions. Pascal's intellect garnered attention at an early age. At 16, he produced an essay on the geometry of cones so impressive that René Descartes initially refused to believe it could possibly be attributed to a “sixteen-year-old child.” Later, Pascal advanced the study of vacuums in the face of a prevailing (and misplaced) belief that nature is completely filled with matter, and thus “abhors a vacuum.” In 1654, his work on probability took a new turn when he was sent a brainteaser by a friend. Applying mathematics to the problem, Pascal laid out rows of numbers in a triangle formation, a formation that now bears his name. As author John F. Ross described, Here was the very idea of probability: establishing the numerical odds of a future event with mathematical precision. Remarkably, no one else had cracked the puzzle of probability before, although the Greeks and Romans had come close. In 1646, Blaise Pascal encountered the kindness of two Jansenist Christians caring for his injured father. Their love in action earned Pascal's admiration. Then, on the evening of November 23, 1654, Pascal experienced God's presence in a new and personal way, which he described on a scrap of parchment that he sewed into his jacket and carried with him for the rest of his life: FIRE—God of Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob, not of the philosophers and scholars. Certitude, certitude. Heartfelt joy, peace. God of Jesus Christ. My God and thy God. Thy God shall be my God. In his writing, Pascal's notions of probability met his faith in God. A compilation of his collected manuscripts was published after his death in a volume entitled, Pensées, or “Thoughts.” Best known is his famous “wager” that, facing uncertainty and in a game with such high stakes, it makes far more sense for fallen human beings to believe in God's existence than doubt it. “If you gain,” he wrote, “you gain all; if you lose, you lose nothing. Wager, then, without hesitation that He is.” Pascal also offered among the keenest diagnoses of humanity: The human being is only a reed, the most feeble in nature; but this is a thinking reed. It isn't necessary for the entire universe to arm itself in order to crush him; a whiff of vapor, a taste of water, suffices to kill him. But when the universe crushes him, the human being becomes still more noble than that which kills him, because he knows that he is dying, and the advantage that the universe has over him. The universe, it does not have a clue. Or, even better: What a Chimera is man! What a novelty, a monster, a chaos, a contradiction, a prodigy! Judge of all things, an imbecile worm; depository of truth, and sewer of error and doubt; the glory and refuse of the universe. He also described our moral conditions as human beings, “[W]e hate truth and those who tell it [to] us, and … we like them to be deceived in our favour” (Pensées 100). Apart from God, Pascal observed, people distract themselves from the reality of death. But the diversions run out, and then mankind feels his nothingness, his forlornness, his insufficiency, his dependence, his weakness, his emptiness. There will immediately arise from the depth of his heart weariness, gloom, sadness, fretfulness, vexation, despair. (Pensées 131) “Between us and heaven or hell there is only life, which is the frailest thing in the world” (Pensées 213 ). With a poetic nod to his work on vacuums, Pascal concluded: What is it then that this desire and this inability proclaim to us, but that there was once in man a true happiness of which there now remain to him only the mark and empty trace …? But these are all inadequate, because the infinite abyss can only be filled by an infinite and immutable object, that is to say, only by God Himself. A generation later, as waves of the Enlightenment swept over Europe, the continent's most prominent thinkers could not escape Pascal's brilliance. According to philosopher Dr. Patrick Riley, Holbach, as late as the 1770s, still found it necessary to quarrel with the author of the Pensées, Condorcet, when editing Pascal's works, renewed the old debate; Voltaire throughout his life, and even in his last year, launched sally after sally at the writer who frightened him every time he—a hypochondriac—felt ill. On the human condition in particular, the French Revolution would prove Pascal right and Voltaire wrong. Divorced from God and instead committed to the worship of “pure reason,” France devolved into a violent, anarchic wasteland. Even today, Blaise Pascal's intellect, passion, and eloquence have lost none of their fire, dedicated as they were to the God who claimed his total devotion. As he wrote on the parchment sewn into his jacket, Jesus Christ. I have fallen away: I have fled from Him, denied Him, crucified him. May I not fall away forever. We keep hold of him only by the ways taught in the Gospel. Renunciation, total and sweet. Total submission to Jesus Christ and to my director. Eternally in joy for a day's exercise on earth. I will not forget Thy word. Amen. This Breakpoint was co-authored by Kasey Leander. If you enjoy Breakpoint, leave a review on your favorite podcast app. For more resources to live like a Christian in this cultural moment, go to breakpoint.org.
Partir ensemble un week-end, quelques jours, puis plusieurs semaines... Les vacances en couple, faut-il y aller progressivement pour apprendre à se supporter sur de petites durées ? Est ce qu'il faut plusieurs jours pour se retrouver sur la même longueur d'ondes ? Quelles facettes de son/sa compagnon/compagne découvre-t-on spécifiquement en vacances ? Rencontre avec Elise, en couple depuis quatre ans, pour qui des vacances en couple réussies se résument à quelques ingrédients simples : soleil, baignade, des bons restos et du sexe, évidemment.➡️ Rejoins nous dans le Club des Gentilshommes http://fr.tipeee.com/lesgentilshommes - et continue la discussion ou ouvre le débat.
En este episodio, reaccionamos a la “nueva” situación de Harden, hablamos de los fuertes rumores de Pascal Siakam, como se ve su mercado, y donde nos gustaría que terminara. Contestamos una pregunta sobre las series de playoffs random pero memorables para nosotros y cerramos con varios tiros rápidos sobre: Cooper Flagg (el mejor prospecto de USA), Amare, Marion, Hart y más. Redes sociales:Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @losnbafreaksMarcos Brenes- Twitter: @MarcosJBrenes- Instagram: @marcosjbrenesGerard Clemente- Twitter: @gerardclemente- Instagram: @gerard_clementeJosue Brenes- Twitter: @JRBrenesWebsite: losnbafreaks.comEmail: email@example.com
Samson Folk and Trevon Heath get together to predict how some of the Raptors players will perform next season. Timestamps are affected by 30 seconds or 1 minute depending on implemented ads. 0:00 - Introductions 3:05 - Scottie's statline/role 10:00 - Pudding & Oatmeal 11:20 - Pascal's statline/role 17:55 - OG's Usage 21:05 - Achiuwa's points and minutes per game 27:40 - Gary Trent Jr.'s Creation 32:55 - Gradey's minutes and 3 point volume 38:10 - Tell us your predictions! 38:50 - Parting shots Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Perte de contrôle, papillon dans le ventre, chacun a sa façon de décrire le sentiment amoureux. Mais comment tombe-t-on amoureux ? La première fois est-elle forcément la plus belle ? Vit-on différemment l'amour en grandissant ? Peut-on aimer quelqu'un sans en être amoureux ? On en parle avec Claire, 27 ans, pour qui on ne devrait jamais refouler ses sentiments mais au contraire essayer de vivre pleinement ses aventures en les abordant avec une douce naiveté.➡️ Rejoins nous dans le Club des Gentilshommes http://fr.tipeee.com/lesgentilshommes - et continue la discussion ou ouvre le débat.
Off-Season Funhouse: Episode 293 Joining us this week: You know him as a writer and one of the hosts of “The Rap Up” on Raptors Republic, it's Oren Weisfeld! He's a writer for Raptors HQ and host of the "That's a Rap Podcast," it's Jay Rosales! (00:00) - Intro time, guests and all! Dance! (05:36) - Who are the top three duos in the NBA? (24:40) - What teams finish 1st, 2nd, 3rd in the FIBA tournament? (34:47) - Which current Raptor is going to have the most interesting post-basketball career? (44:27) - Is the hysteria around Pascal Siakam justified or is it just summer boredom? Creative Commons licensing credits for each episode can be found here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andrew Pascal serves as Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of PLAYSTUDIOS (Nasdaq: $MYPS), a developer of award-winning, free-to-play casual games for mobile and social platforms. Mr. Pascal formed PLAYSTUDIOS in 2011, positioning the brand to be at the forefront of the then-nascent mobile gaming industry. Mr. Pascal's achievements and forward-thinking insight allowed PLAYSTUDIOS to garner early support from gaming giants MGM Resorts International and Activision Blizzard, among others. Under his leadership, the company grew its portfolio of game offerings and real-world rewards while simultaneously embarking on a global expansion, opening offices and design studios in Burlingame, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Austin, Texas; Hong Kong; and Tel Aviv, Israel. Through its first decade, Mr. Pascal conceived and led the development of playAWARDS, a groundbreaking loyalty marketing platform that is key to the company's growth and retention strategy. Following nearly 10 years of successful growth across its mobile and social gaming apps, Mr. Pascal led the company's transition to a publicly traded enterprise (MYPS) in 2021. The transaction valued PLAYSTUDIOS in excess of $1 billion. Mr. Pascal remains in the Chief Executive Officer role, along with his founder-led management team. In 2021, PLAYSTUDIOS was honored to win the exclusive rights to develop Tetris in the mobile gaming space. Tetris is ranked the number 1 game in the history of gaming. In 2022, Mr. Pascal led the acquisition of Brainium Studio for $70 million. The acquisition adds a rich suite of popular casual games, such as Solitaire, Spider Solitaire, Sudoku, and Mahjong, to PLAYSTUDIOS' portfolio of industry-leading casino style social games. Prior to founding PLAYTUDIOS, Mr. Pascal was widely recognized for his stewardship of Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Las Vegas, the flagship luxury casino resort properties owned by Wynn Resorts, Ltd. Having joined the company during its start-up phase in 2003, Mr. Pascal served as Senior Vice President of Product Marketing and Development, ultimately ascending to the roles of President and Chief Operating Officer in 2005. Throughout Mr. Pascal's tenure, Wynn Las Vegas garnered multiple awards from the world's leading hospitality guides, including the coveted five Red Pavilions from Michelin, five Diamonds from AAA, and five Stars from Forbes (formerly Mobil Travel). In 2008, Mr. Pascal led the development and launch of Wynn Las Vegas' sister property, Encore Las Vegas. Together, the two resorts are recognized as the world's seventh-largest hotel, with 13,000 employees, 4,750 rooms, and a number of award-winning gaming, entertainment, retail and convention offerings. Under Mr. Pascal's leadership, Wynn Resorts achieved record performance while also making Las Vegas history, garnering Forbes five-star ratings in the hotel, restaurant, and spa categories simultaneously. From 2001 to 2003, Mr. Pascal served as President and Chief Operating Officer of WagerWorks, a company he founded as a casino solutions and content supplier for many of the world's largest gaming and media brands, including Sky, Virgin Group, SONY, MGM Mirage (now MGM Resorts International), Pearson Television, Action Gaming, and WMS Gaming. Following Mr. Pascal's departure, WagerWorks was acquired by International Game Technology (IGT). Mr. Pascal achieved early entrepreneurial success in 1994 with the formation of Silicon Gaming. Backed by Kleiner Perkins and Benchmark Capital, the startup focused on reinventing the slot machine experience for an evolving generation of gaming consumers. The company's groundbreaking product, the Odyssey, is credited with establishing the casino industry's current digital slot machine paradigm. Silicon Gaming went public in 1996 and launched its celebrated Odyssey product suite that same year. Mr. Pascal sold Silicon Gaming to International Game Technology in 2001. Website: PlayStudios.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/smartmoneycircle/support
durée : 00:21:50 - L'invité de 8h20 : le grand entretien - par : Nicolas Demorand, Léa Salamé - Ancien directeur de l'Office français de protection des réfugiés et apatrides (Ofpra), Pascal Brice dénonce l'attitude du gouvernement vis à vis des éxilés d'Afrique subsaharienne.
Elias and Fuad are back for another edition of 3 in the Key! The fellas discuss some trade rumors involving James Harden and Pascal Siakam and who they think will get moved first. They also discussed the beef between Paul Pierce and Dwayne Wade.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4100324/advertisement
An airhacks.fm conversation with Stephan Janssen (@Stephan007) about: C 64 and Basic, studying assembly, the 1001 Crew, commado frontier, Amiga 500 and Pascal, SNA vs. TCP/IP, the Java in a Nutshell book, starting the Belgium Java User Group, starting the JCS consulting company, starting JavaPolis, Adaptive Server Enterprise, integrating SonicMQ in CERN, Java and kinepolis became JavaPolis, JavaPolis, Javoxx then Devoxx, starting Parleys, the innovative Python's LangChain, langchain for J, the python mojo project, Python dependencies are problematic, Python Conda, agenda planning with ChatGPT, the Devoxx blues, the fake boiling frog, with ChatGPT source code becomes less important, Model Driven Architecture (MDA), 33rd Degree Conference vs. Devoxx Stephan Janssen on twitter: @Stephan007
Tout l'intérêt des vacances en célibataire est de faire en sorte que ça ne dure pas. Parfaite occasion pour rencontrer du monde, comment choisit-on son lieu de vacances et ses activités lorsque l'on part célibataire ? Les jeux de séduction sont-ils différents lorsque l'on s'extirpe du quotidien ? Un amour de vacances peut-il durer ou doit-il rester éphémère ? On se pose toutes ces questions dans le premier épisode de notre série estivale avec Mathilde, 24 ans qui pense que le but des vacances en célibataire est bien de ne pas le rester.➡️ Rejoins nous dans le Club des Gentilshommes http://fr.tipeee.com/lesgentilshommes - et continue la discussion ou ouvre le débat.
Samson Folk is joined by Kenyon of Basketball Rewind to talk about the upcoming season. Timestamps may be affected by 30 seconds or 1 minute depending on implemented ads. 0:00 - Introductions 1:40 - Canada & the FIBA World Cup 6:45 - What are we looking forward to with the Raptors? 18:30 - Christian Koloko's Defensive Impact 25:05 - Pascal Siakam's upcoming year 30:40 - Heliocentrism 34:30 - Back to Pascal 43:00 - The Pascal & Jak pairing 47:30 - Favorite style of teambuilding? 1:02:30 - Parting Shots Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cet épisode a été réalisé grâce à la complicité de la communauté resserrée @ouestlebeau rassemblée sur Patreon pour un nouveau paradigme : https://www.patreon.com/podcastouestlebeau Parce que la réponse à cette question « qu'est-ce qu'on manges ce soir ? » est devenue fondamentale.. car oui en y réfléchissant bien, avec en cascade tous ses impacts, elle concerne notre avenir à tous. Face à ces constats renversants, j'ai eu envie de nous mettre au contact d'autres possibles désirables et à notre portée, surtout lorsque nous avons la possibilité de choisir (en grande partie au moins) ce que nous nous mettons sous la dent ! Dans cet épisode, deux de mes anciens invités se rencontrent et nous parlent à bâtons rompus, du vrai goût du BON ! J'ai appris de tas de choses grace à cette conversation, notamment les formidables stratgies de séduction des plantes pour se reproduire, le non négligeable pouvoir de l'intention au moment de semer...et aussi comment prendre du recul sur ces sujets afin de l'envisager comme un nouvel art de vivre. Roland nous appelle à en faire une fête et je me dis qu'il a tellement raison ! Nous aurions pû découvrir dans ces alternatives des réalités difficiles, voire angoissantes mais c'est bien tout le contraire qu'il se passe lorsqu'on fait avec le vivant... et ça c'est quand même fabuleux ! Alors certes il faut un peu d'huile de coude... mais leurs témoignages nous rappellent à quel point lorsque le sens et la passion pour la vie sont là, le reste suit dans une sorte de flow. Très belle écoute ! Le podcast Où est le bon ? est produit et réalisé par Hélène Aguilar
Russell Brand's “brand” is crass British actor, comedian, and freethinker. However, he recently offered a profound take on the Ten Commandments, human nature, and contemporary culture: "When it says in the Old Testament, ‘Worship no other gods than me,' the implication ... is that we are a species that worships, and if you do not access the Divine, ... you will worship the profane. You will worship your own identity. You will worship your belongings. You will worship the template lai[d] before you by a culture that wants you ... relatively dumb." Wow. John Calvin called the human heart a “perpetual factory of idols.” St. Augustine wrote that the heart remains restless “until it finds rest in” the One Who made us. Pascal talked about the God-shaped hole in the human heart we are always trying to fill. I did not expect Russell Brand to join that esteemed list of keen observers of human nature ... but let's hope God grabs a hold of his heart.
For this month's Mau Mau Hour, Pascal speaks to Cornel West about his run for president. About TIR Thank you for supporting the show! Remember to like and subscribe on YouTube. Also, consider supporting us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents Check out our official merch store at https://www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com/ Also follow us on... https://podcasts.apple.com/.../this-is.../id1524576360 www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/ Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland Follow the TIR Crüe on Twitter: @TIRShowOakland @djenebajalan @DrKuba2 @probert06 @StefanBertramL @MarcusHereMeow Read Jason: https://www.sublationmag.com/writers/jason-myles Read Pascal: https://www.newsweek.com/black-political-elite-serving...
Hoy con Martha Debayle los 300 Líderes Mexicanos que están cambiando el rumbo del país gracias a su trabajo y esfuerzo. . Ya se publicó la lista de los 300 Líderes Mexicanos 2023 y tendremos a Raúl Ferráez Pérez Pascal, Presidente Ejecutivo de las revistas Líderes Mexicanos y Latino Readers para explicarnos este ranking y quiénes son los líderes de opinión de este año.