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Alex and Anthony take a look at the GM and HC pairing of Ryan Poles and Eric Bieniemy out of Kansas City. If you want the OL to be fixed, Poles just might be our guy! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Minnesota Vikings general manager candidates and which ones should excite fans the most? Is Ryan Poles of the Kansas Chiefs the best candidate for the Vikings?; Should Vikings just let Kirk Cousins play out the final year of his contract with his $45 million cap hit?; Matt Birk as a GM candidate? Why don't we curse on the podcast?; (25:00) Is Kellen Moore the next Kyle Shanahan and is he ready to lead an NFL team?; Jim Harbough-Joe Hortiz-Vic Fangio combo running the Vikings?; Should the Vikings listen to offers on Dalvin Cook this offseason?; Why Vikings could jettison veteran players this offseason and more from feedback Friday!
Learn Polish in a fun way with short Episodes. On this episode we talk about Martwić się i Narzekać - To Worry & Complain. Sponsor www.coolabulla.com for Websites and Animation. Use code LearnPolish for 10% Discount. All Social Media https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Donations https://linktr.ee/roycoughlan Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0ZOzgwHvZzEfQ8iRBfbIAp Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/learn-polish-podcast/id1462326275 To listen to all Episodes + The Speaking Podcast + The Meditation Podcast + Business Opportunities please visit http://roycoughlan.com/ Now also on Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/pxb8OvSYf4w9/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9SeBSyrxEMtEUlQNjG3vTA To get Skype lessons from Kamila or her team please visits http://polonuslodz.com/ In this Episode we discuss: Martwić się- To worry Narzekać- To complain Głowa do góry- Head's up Nie martw się- Do not worry Nie narzekaj- Do not complain Czy Ty się często martwisz?- Do you often worry? Ludzie stresują się, narzekają- People get stressed, they complain Martwię się, że nie znajdę pracy- I'm worried that I won't find a job Martwię się o moją przyszłość- I'm worried about my future Kobiety częściej narzekają- Women complain more often Mój mąż ciągle narzeka- My husband still complains Boli mnie głowa, boli mnie ząb- My head hurts, my tooth hurts Jest brzydka pogoda- It's bad weather Szukać rozwiązania- Look for a solution Czy Polacy narzekają?- Do Poles complain? Jest taki stereotyp, że Polacy narzekają- There is a stereotype that Poles complain Ludzie narzekają na brak pracy, partnera, miłości- People complain about the lack of a job, partner, love Ludzie narzekają na niegrzeczne dzieci- People complain about naughty kids If you would like Skype lessons from kamila or her team please visit http://polonuslodz.com/ All Polish Episodes / Speaking Podcast / Meditation Podcast / Awakening Podcast/ Polish Property & business Offers - http://roycoughlan.com/ All Social Media + Donations https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Please Share with your friends / Subscribe and give a 5* Review - Thank You (Dziekuje Bardzo :) ) #learnpolish #speakpolish #polishpodcast
Photo: Polish village house. PRC makes predatory claims on the Poles. Alex Gray, senior Fellow at American Foreign Policy Council @AFPC and chief of staff of the National Security Council during the Trump administration. @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The Hill https://www.afpc.org/publications/articles/the-deep-seabed-is-chinas-next-target
Dariusz Paczyński, presents Monday sports summary of the week. - Dariusz Paczyński przedstawia poniedziałkowe podsumowanie wydarzeń sportowych minionego tygodnia.
Lydie Lescarmontier est glaciologue, et l'auteure de la "Voix de Pôles", sorti en février dernier. Après 10 ans de terrain et de recherche en Antarctique, elle travaille aujourd'hui dans une fondation de l'UNESCO, l'office pour l'éduction au climat. Elle partage ses connaissances sur le réchauffement climatique avec les profs des pays en voie de développement. Près de 10 ans d'Antarctique donc, mais depuis 6 ans, Lydie s'intéresse à son faux jumeau, l'Arctique, qui se réchaufferait 3 fois plus vite que le reste de la planète. La perspective d'un océan Arctique sans glace n'est pas à exclure. "Faux jumeau" car nos deux pôles sont très différents. Ils sont certes glacés tous les deux, mais la ressemblance s'arrête là. Au nord, l'Arctique est un océan entouré de terres. Au sud, l'Antarctique est un continent entouré d'océan. Lydie nous explique les autres différences. NB: Connaissez-vous le compte Instagram de BSG ? Chaque semaine, nous y exposons les plus belles images d'un photographe animalier.
Dec. 29, 2021 - Assemblymember Carrie Woerner, a Capital Region Democrat, makes the case for her legislation removing regulatory burdens and costs for internet service providers trying to utilize existing utility poles, which could ensure more rural areas can access high-speed internet. The bill was signed before Christmas, but with a request for some changes from Gov. Kathy Hochul, which we'll explain. (Originally aired in June 2021)
Why do we live in such a polarised world and what can we do to minimise the dynamic? On this episode, I'm joined by Alex Chesterfield and Ali Goldsworthy, two of the co-authors of a book called Poles Apart - Why People Turn Against Each Other and How To Bring Them Together. They're also two of the co-hosts of the Changed My Mind podcast that talks to people who have changed their minds on big issues. Alex Chesterfield is a behavioural scientist with a master's degree in Cognitive and Decision Science. Forever curious about why we do what we do, she currently works in financial services, leading a team of behavioural scientists to help get better outcomes for employees and customers. For four years, she was an elected Councillor in Guildford for the Conservative Party. She has personally experienced the effects of affective polarisation, both in and out of the workplace. She has been on the show before & you can hear that episode here: https://www.humanriskpodcast.com/alex-chesterfield-on-behavioural-regulation/Ali Goldsworthy has been a political adviser and campaigner for more than twenty years. A former Deputy Chair of the Liberal Democrats, she led the team that built the fastest-growing campaigning organisation in the UK. In 2017 she was a Sloan Fellow at Stanford, co-creating its first depolarisation course. A board member of the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, Alison has won numerous awards for her work. She has written for the Telegraph, Independent, New Statesman, The Times and Financial Times.In the episode, we talk about the genesis of the podcast and the book and what Alex and Ali have learned from writing it. We also explore some of the key dynamics that drive polarisation, including social media, and the techniques we can all deploy to minimise it in our lives and in society. Poles Apart book - https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/111/1119814/poles-apart/9781847942951.htmlFor more on the Changed My Mind Podcast visit — https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/author/the-depolarization-project/The specific episodes we referred to:Derek Black on why he left the White Nationalist movement — https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/leaving-white-nationalist-movement-with-derek-black/Ayman Diem on why he switched from being an Al Qaeda bombmaker to an MI6 spy — https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/podcasts/podcast-changed-my-mind/changed-my-mind-al-qaeda-bombmaker-mi6-spy/Cass Sunstein on why he changed his mind about the stability of US democracy — https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/podcasts/podcast-changed-my-mind/changed-my-mind-american-democracy-cass-sunstein/We also discussed: LBC Radio presenter James O'Brien — https://www.lbc.co.uk/radio/presenters/james-obrien/Twitter — https://twitter.com/mrjamesob?James' Full Disclosure podcast — https://www.globalplayer.com/podcasts/42KqCF/‘Gamergate' on Reddit — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamergate_(harassment_campaign)Psychologist Milton Lodge — https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/polisci/people/_faculty/Lodge_Milton.phpDan Kahan — https://law.yale.edu/dan-m-kahan Jonathan Haidt — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_HaidtChantal Mouffe — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chantal_MouffeAgonism — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agonism Ian Leslie's book Conflicted — http://ian-leslie.com/conflicted/Amy Edmondson on Psychological Safety — https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/profile.aspx?facId=6451The online course (MOOC) in association with Cambridge University — https://www.edx.org/course/polarisation?
Polish organisations, community leaders, teachers and Polish youth are sending Christmas best wishes... - Duchowni, przedstawiciele placówek dyplomatycznych i polonijnych organizacji, nauczyciele i uczniowie j. polskiego składają życzenia...
Another Sunday and another Dolphins victory have the guys excited and ready for Monday Night Football. Mike and Paul recap the Dolphins victory and look forward to the huge matchup next week in New Orleans. The guys rundown some stories around the NFL and close with their Upset Picks of the Week.Twitter: @EdgeoftheBenchInstagram: EdgeoftheBenchFacebook: Edge of the BenchPart of the Walk-Ons NetworkThank you for listening!
On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the introduction of martial law in Poland, as well as the 51st anniversary of December 1970, the 'December Events' were celebrated at the Consulate of the Republic of Poland in Sydney. - Z okazji 40. rocznicy wprowadzenia w Polsce stanu wojennego, a takze 51. rocznicy Grudnia 1970, w Konsulacie RP w Sydney odbyły się uroczyste obchody Wydarzeń Grudniowych.
The Tangents crew gets lightly festive as they talk about the increasingly-less-cold tippity-top and bippity-bottom of good old planet Earth!Head to https://www.patreon.com/SciShowTangents to find out how you can help support SciShow Tangents, and see all the cool perks you'll get in return, like bonus episodes and a monthly newsletter!And go to https://store.dftba.com/collections/scishow-tangents to buy your very own, genuine SciShow Tangents sticker!A big thank you to Patreon subscriber Garth Riley for helping to make the show possible!Follow us on Twitter @SciShowTangents, where we'll tweet out topics for upcoming episodes and you can ask the science couch questions! While you're at it, check out the Tangents crew on Twitter: Ceri: @ceriley Sam: @im_sam_schultz Hank: @hankgreen[Trivia Question]Plant species in Arctichttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21988606/[Fact Off]Old Seeds!https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/120221-oldest-seeds-regenerated-plants-science?loggedin=truehttps://www.pnas.org/content/109/10/4008Camel ancestors living in Arctichttps://www.calacademy.org/explore-science/the-camel-an-arctic-animalhttps://www.sciencenews.org/article/camel-ancestors-lived-arctichttps://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms2516https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0277379111001661#https://www.fda.gov/animal-veterinary/animal-health-literacy/fun-facts-about-reindeer-and-caribou[Ask the Science Couch]Animals/plants in polar night https://www.popsci.com/how-do-animals-survive-polar-night/https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/03/arctic-marine-life-polar-night/474870/https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/05/110526064627.htmhttps://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/why-are-reindeer-eyes-golden-in-summer-but-blue-in-winterhttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960982215014323Animals/plants in midnight sunhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2921307/https://www.livescience.com/62870-summer-solstice-animals.htmlhttps://uphere.ca/articles/what-does-24-hours-light-do-animalshttps://www.alaskacenters.gov/explore/attractions/midnight-sun/effectshttps://beyondpenguins.ehe.osu.edu/issue/polar-plants/plants-of-the-arctic-and-antarctic[Butt One More Thing]Poop bacteria in Antarcticahttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25451839/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4908950/
West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials; River City Hash Mondays!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, The DC Attorney General filed a civil lawsuit against the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers.Then, on the rest of the menu, anti-vax groups are using deceptive videos to link athlete deaths with COVID vaccine shots; a pipeline firm is fighting a regulator's order to name Iowa landowners in the path of its $4.5 billion dollar project; and NASA is shooting for Christmas Eve to launch the James Webb Space Telescope.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where Poles protested across the country to defend media freedom under vicious assault by the right wing government; and, hundreds of thousands of people marched to the presidential palace in Sudan's capital in protest of the October 25th military coup.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~"I was never a spy. I was with the OSS organization. We had a number of women, but we were all office help." -- Julia Child~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/12/20/2070159/-West-Coast-Cookbook-amp-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-River-City-Hash-Mondays
Learn Polish in a fun way with short Episodes. On this episode we talk about Wigilia- Christmas Eve. Sponsor www.coolabulla.com for Websites and Animation. Use code LearnPolish for 10% Discount. All Social Media https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Donations https://linktr.ee/roycoughlan Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0ZOzgwHvZzEfQ8iRBfbIAp Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/learn-polish-podcast/id1462326275 To listen to all Episodes + The Speaking Podcast + The Meditation Podcast + Business Opportunities please visit http://roycoughlan.com/ Now also on Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/pxb8OvSYf4w9/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9SeBSyrxEMtEUlQNjG3vTA To get Skype lessons from Kamila or her team please visits http://polonuslodz.com/ In this Episode we discuss: Wigilia- Christmas Eve Wigilia jest 24 grudnia- Christmas Eve is December 24th Na wigilii spotykamy się z rodziną- On Christmas Eve we meet with the family Polskie tradycje- Polish traditions Polacy szykują kolację wigilijną- Poles are preparing a Christmas Eve dinner Spotykają się przy wigilijnym stole- They meet at the Christmas Eve table Czekać na pierwszą gwiazdkę- Wait for the first star Kiedy pierwsza gwiazda jest na niebie możemy zaczynać - When the first star is in the sky we can start Polacy dzielą się opłatkiem- Poles share a wafer Polacy składają sobie życzenia- Poles wish each other Składać życzenia- Make wishes Polacy idą do kościoła o północy- Poles go to church at midnight Specjalna msza pasterka- A special midnight Mass Pod choinką są prezenty- There are gifts under the Christmas tree Święty Mikołaj przynosi prezenty pod choinkę- Santa Claus brings gifts under the Christmas tree Książka lub elegancki długopis- Book or elegant pen Jakich prezentów nie lubisz dostawać?- What kind of gifts you do not like receiving? Krem po goleniu- Aftershave cream Co chcielibyście dostać pod choinkę?- What would you like to get for the Christmas tree? If you would like Skype lessons from kamila or her team please visit http://polonuslodz.com/ All Polish Episodes / Speaking Podcast / Meditation Podcast / Awakening Podcast/ Polish Property & business Offers - http://roycoughlan.com/ All Social Media + Donations https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Please Share with your friends / Subscribe and give a 5* Review - Thank You (Dziekuje Bardzo :) ) #learnpolish #speakpolish #polishpodcast
This week, Corey, Stephanie, and LeRon come together for this festive episode to discuss their favorite gaming gifts from the holidays, some of their favorite underrated games, and the new Xbox documentary. The games and entertainment discussed on this episode were Firewatch, Speed Dating With Ghosts, Guardians of the Galaxy, Switch eShop, Wargroove, Shang-Chi: Legend of the Ten Rings, Halo Infinite, Destiny 2 Bungie 30th Anniversary Event, and the Power On: The Story of Xbox documentary. Time Stamps: 0:00 - Welcome to The Boss Rush Podcast 1:10 - Discord, Losing Weight, and Poles? 11:13 - What We've Been Playing 31:48 - Best Gifts from the Holidays 51:51 - Underrated Games 1:15:47 - Power On: The Story of Xbox 1:29:02 - Outros Follow Corey: Twitter | Instagram Follow LeRon: Twitter | Instagram | Twitch Follow Stephanie: Twitter | Instagram Follow us on Social Media: Twitter | Discord | Instagram | Twitch | YouTube | Facebook Group | Facebook Thank you for listening to The Boss Rush Podcast, the Flagship Show of The Boss Rush Network. You can catch the show live on Twitch every Wednesday or on YouTube, iTunes, Spotify, and other podcast apps as well as our website every Monday morning. Remember to like, subscribe, share, rate, and review us wherever you consume the show. Thanks for building something better together with us. Be You. Be More. Play Games. Be Better. Boss Rush Network.
Minnesota native. Earned a teaching degree from the University of Oregon and taught a short few years before joining a team to dogsled to the North Pole. As first known woman to travel across the ice to the top of the world, I made a promise to not only follow my dreams but create something bigger than my own personal ambitions. All my expeditions since have education with them - thus inspiring millions of kids. One focus always is helping girls and women find their voice and potential in whatever they do. This theme traveled as I became first women to ski to both poles, lead the first all women's expedition to the South Pole in 1992/93 - Lead a team of all women across Greenland 1992 and later cross Antarctica with Liv Arnesen. 2000/01. Many wonderful trips in between on rock and snow, or on water - frozen and liquid. I started the Ann Bancroft Foundation in Minnesota that gives small monetary grants to girls to try an experience to find courage to find their way in the world as strong and confident and engaged humans. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you. Show notes Who is Ann Going to college to become a teacher Following her childhood dream 65, years young Spending the past 20+ years working with Liv Arnesen Feeling very blessed about her life How her life diverted and changed into the adventure and expedition world at 29 years old Wanting to go to the South Pole How the opportunity came about Finding herself on the team and how it changed her life Why you have to just go for it Lessons learned from the South Pole The moments of truth Her love of long expeditions How have polar expeditions changed over the years Wanting to do something for women and girls Being a teacher outside of the classroom Do challenges get easier…. Why you can not short cut preparation Going back to focus on the basics Dealing with setbacks and failure Why it takes courage to put yourself out there Being able to learn from past mistakes Wanting to cross all of Antarctica in 1992 Having no money and no sponsors What is the legacy they wanted to leave behind Making the most painful decision in her life Connecting with Liv Arnesen Tent life…. Focusing on raising the voices of girls and women Bancroft Arnesen Explore - Access Water The next challenge on the Mississippi Quick Fire Questions Honesty - Integrity - Courage Final words of advise for women and girls who want to divert to a different path “I can because she did” The power of living your potential. Social Media The Ann Bancroft Foundation empowers girls to imagine something bigger through grants, mentorship, and ongoing development opportunities. The Ann Bancroft Foundation is giving Minnesota girls the strength to achieve their full potential. www.annbancroftfoundation.org Instagram: @abfdreamers Facebook: @AnnBancroftFoundation Twitter: @ABFdreamers
Get to know Piotr Szkopiak, a London-based film and TV director who's spent a good portion of his life pondering the nature of his identity. Piotr Szkopiak was born in the United Kingdom but into a Polish family. As he grew up, he learned that his parents and neighbours were all World War II prisoners of war who had escaped the USSR but couldn't go back to Poland after the war ended. His mother told him how she had travelled from the depths of the Soviet Union through Persia and southern Europe to the UK, and how after the war this is the place that she had to learn to call home. But first and foremost, his parents talked to him in Polish, signed him up for a Polish weekend school, and raised him as a person with a double identity: Polish and British. This in-betweenness has been something that strongly influenced his life and he reflects on it all in an interview he gave to Karolina Jackowiak, who on behalf of the Poles in South London organisation, was working on the Local Heroes Archive oral history project. We, at SFTEW, liked the story so much that we decided to turn it into one of our episodes. Click here to get the transcript Like our show? Sign up for our newsletter! Further listening ORPHANS // the SFTEW episode we mention in the podcast: how 700 Polish children made an unlikely journey from the depths of Siberia to the New Zealand countryside. BEAR // an even more unlikely tale from us at SFTEW: the bear who fought in World War II alongside Anders' Army. Further reading Artists In Arms // the incredible odyssey of Anders' Army, told through a multimedia guide from Culture.pl Soldiers, Artists: The Exhibitions of Anders' Army // on Culture.pl Piotr Szkopiak // Piotr's IMDB profile Cultivating Polish Folk Dance in 1970s South London // another story from the Local Heroes Archive project Memories of South London's Polish Music Scene // another story from the Local Heroes Archive project Poles in South London // the community's official website Thanks Piotr Szkopiak // for letting us turn his story into a podcast episode. Poles in South London // especially Marta Sordyl and Łukasz Wołągiewicz from the organisation, for reaching out and offering this incredible story to us. Credits Written & produced by Wojciech Oleksiak Edited by Nitzan Reisner & Adam Zulawski Hosted by Nitzan Reisner & Adam Zulawski Scoring & sound design by Wojciech Oleksiak
Whether you climb mountains or hike on local trails through the woods, trekking poles can benefit your knees, improve your balance, and give you the confidence to navigate the natural world. Lindy Smith, a personal trainer and associate of the pole manufacturing company LEKI, shares her knowledge, experience, and stories about biomechanics, pole anatomy, and the joys of walking. With physics at the forefront, we explore the world of hiking with poles. Show notes at: www.physicsalive.com/poles Today's Guest: Lindy Smith is energetic, feisty, and a trekking pole expert. She is a certified ACE Personal Trainer and certified AFAA Group Exercise Instructor who teaches in southern Florida. She is also associated with the company LEKI, manufacturers of ski, trekking, and hiking poles and gloves. Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/uprightenergy Or check her out on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindysmithuprightenergy/ Links: Visit the LEKI website: leki.com Check out the LEKI Makalu Lite CorTec poles. These are the poles that LEKI provided for my review. Honestly, they are the best poles I've ever owned: lightweight, flexible, easy to adjust, and the egg-shaped top to the grip is probably my favorite part. Such a pleasure on a steep descent. Here are some articles I read about trekking poles before the interview. Although we did not discuss these findings in the episode, I found them really informative and interesting. If you are a student or instructor, you may find these valuable for your class: Article: The Science Behind Trekking Poles Article: The Science Behind Using Trekking Poles in Trail and Ultrarunning Review: Scientists Weigh in on the Great Trekking Pole Debate Here is the review article discussed above: Are Trekking Poles Helping or Hindering your Trekking Experience? General findings include: You burn more calories You walk faster (or it feels that way) You take load off joints and muscles Counter arguments: Loading helps build up resistance to damage You balance better Counter arguments: Does this weaken your muscles?
What connects survival cannibalism and the house of Romanov? The answer is, of course, the Battle of Moscow of 1612. TRANSCRIPT https://castinglotspod.home.blog/2021/12/16/s3-e8-ice-part-ii---the-polish-muscovite-war/ CREDITS Written, hosted and produced by Alix Penn and Carmella Lowkis. Theme music by Daniel Wackett. Find him on Twitter @ds_wack and Soundcloud as Daniel Wackett. Logo by Riley. Find her on Twitter and Instagram @tallestfriend. Casting Lots is part of the Morbid Audio Podcast Network. Network sting by Mikaela Moody. Find her on Bandcamp as mikaelamoody1. BIBLIOGRAPHY ‘Battle of Moscow (1612).' (2021). Wikipedia. Available at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Moscow_(1612) Bond, J. et al. (2010). ‘Cannibalism in medieval europe/asia'. 7 September. Total War Centre. Available at: http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showthread.php?387622-cannibalism-in-medieval-europe-asia Cavendish, R. (2013). ‘The First of the Romanov Tsars is Crowned', History Today, 63(7). Available at: https://www.historytoday.com/archive/first-romanov-tsars-crowned Doultseva, T. et al. (2020). To the younger generation living abroad about the heroic feat of the Defenders of the Russian Land: from the Battle of the Neva to the Capture of Berlin. Jyväskylä: Mosaiikki. Available at: http://mosaiikki.info/history/books/bookEng/HistoryEng.pdf Istmira. (n.d.). Second people's militia-briefly. Available at: https://www.istmira.com/w-hist/history-of-russia/3943-second-peoples-militia-briefly.html Kluchevsky, V.O. (1913). A History of Russia. Vol. 3. Translated by C.J. Hogarth. London: J.M. Dent. Available at: http://www2.dsu.nodak.edu/users/dmeier/A%20History%20of%20Russia,%20Volume%203,%20V.O.%20Kliuchevsky.pdf KP-TTS. (2020). The last days of Poles in the Kremlin. Battle of the Great Field Exile Polish Interventory in 1612. Available at: https://kp-tts.ru/en/iii-poslednie-dni-polyakov-v-kremle-bitva-na-devichem-pole-izgnanie-polskih.html Malloy, D. (2017). Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 (Original Broadway Cast Recording). New York: I Hear Guitars. Available at: https://open.spotify.com/album/3Ohwm7WsUS6AJd56VnNlJX?si=hgF6vljGQMS5ecYBjCL-ww ‘Polish–Lithuanian occupation of Moscow'. (2021). Wikipedia. Available at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish%E2%80%93Lithuanian_occupation_of_Moscow ‘Polish–Muscovite War (1605–1618)'. (2021). Wikipedia. Available at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish%E2%80%93Muscovite_War_(1605%E2%80%931618) Shubin, D.H. (2009). ‘The Era of Tsar Boris Feodorovich Godunov', in Tsars and Imposters. New York, NY: Algora, pp. 57-78. Thompson, J.M. (2012). ‘Ivan the Terrible and the Time of Troubles', in Russia and the Soviet Union. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Tucker, S.C. (ed.) (2010). ‘Eastern Europe: Polish-Russian War (Continued)', in A Global Chronology of Conflict. Vol. 2. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, p. 564. Available at: https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=h5_tSnygvbIC&pg=PA564&lpg=PA564#v=onepage&q&f=false Woźnica, K. (2016). ‘Famine and poverty in the army during the reign of the House of Vasa in the light of reports and diaries', Historia i Świat, 5, pp. 169-190. Available at: https://repozytorium.uph.edu.pl/bitstream/handle/11331/2412/Famine_and_poverty_in_the_army.pdf?sequence=1
The Industrial Revolution gave us the rise of factories all over the world in the 1800s. Life was moving faster and we were engineering complex solutions to mass produce items. And many expanded from there to engineer complex solutions for simple problems. Cartoonist Heath Robinson harnessed the reaction from normal humans to this changing world in the forms of cartoons and illustrations of elaborate machines meant to accomplish simple tasks. These became known as “Heath Robinson contraptions” and were a reaction to the changing and increasingly complicated world order as much as anything. Just think of the rapidly evolving financial markets as one sign of the times! Following World War I, other cartoonists made similar cartoons. Like Rube Goldberg, giving us the concept of Rube Goldberg machines in the US. And the very idea of breaking down simple operations into Boolean logic from those who didn't understand the “why” would have seemed preposterous. I mean a wheel with 60 teeth or a complex series of switches and relays to achieve the same result? And yet with flip-flop circuits one would be able to process infinitely faster than it would take that wheel to turn with any semblance of precision. The Industrial Revolution of our data was to come. And yet we were coming to a place in the world where we were just waking up to the reality of moving from analog to digital as Robinson passed away in 1944 with a series of electromechanical computers named after Robinson and then The Colossus. These came just one year after Claude Shannon and Alan Turing, two giants in the early history of computers, met at Bell Labs. And a huge step in that transition was a paper by Alan Turing in 1936 called "On Computable Numbers with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem.” This would become the basis for a programmable computing machine concept and so before the war, Alan Turing had published papers about the computability of problems using what we now call a Turing machine - or recipes. Some of the work on that paper was inspired by Max Newman, who helped Turing go off to Princeton to work on all the maths, where Turing would get a PhD in 1938. He returned home and started working part-time at the Government Code and Cypher school during the pre-war buildup. Hitler invaded Poland the next year, sparking World War II. The Poles had gotten pretty good with codebreaking, being situated right between world powers Germany and Russia and their ability to see troop movements through decrypted communications was one way they were able to keep forces in optimal locations. And yet the Germans got in there. The Germans had built a machine called the Enigma that also allowed their Navy to encrypt communications. Unable to track their movements, Allied forces were playing a cat and mouse game and not doing very well at it. Turing came up with a new way of decrypting the messages and that went into a new version of the Polish Bomba. Later that year, the UK declared war on Germany. Turing's work resulted in a lot of other advances in cryptanalysis throughout the war. But he also brought home the idea of an electromechanical machine to break those codes - almost as though he'd written a paper on building machines to do such things years before. The Germans had given away a key to decrypt communications accidentally in 1941 and the codebreakers at Bletchley Park got to work on breaking the machines that used the Lorenz Cipher in new and interesting ways. The work had reduced the amount of losses - but they needed more people. It was time intensive to go through the possible wheel positions or guess at them, and every week meant lives lost. Or they needed more automation of people tasks… So they looked to automate the process. Turing and the others wrote to Churchill directly. Churchill started his memo to General Ismay with “ACTION THIS DAY” and so they were able to get more bombes up and running. Bill Tutte and the codebreakers worked out the logic to process the work done by hand. The same number of codebreakers were able to a ton more work. The first pass was a device with uniselectors and relays. Frank Morrell did the engineering design to process the logic. And so we got the alpha test of an automation machine they called the Tunny. The start positions were plugged in by hand and it could still take weeks to decipher messages. Max Newman, Turing's former advisor and mentor, got tapped to work on the project and Turing was able to take the work of Polish code breakers and others and add sequential conditional probability to guess at the settings of the 12 wheels of an Enigma machine and thus get to the point they could decipher messages coming out of the German navy on paper. No written records indicate that Turing was involved much in the project beyond that. Max Newman developed the specs, heavily influenced by Turing's previous work. They got to work on an electro-mechanical device we now call the Heath Robinson. They needed to be able to store data. They used paper tape - which could process a thousand characters per second using photocell readers - but there were two and they had to run concurrently. Tape would rip and two tapes running concurrently meant a lot might rip. Charles Wynn-Williams was a brilliant physicist who worked with electric waves since the late 1920s at Trinity College, Cambridge and was recruited from a project helping to develop RADAR because he'd specifically worked on electronic counters at Cambridge. That work went into the counting unit, counting how many times a function returned a true result. As we saw with Bell Labs, the telephone engineers were looking for ways to leverage switching electronics to automate processes for the telephone exchange. Turing recommended they bring in telephone engineer Tommy Flowers to design the Combining unit, which used vacuum tubes to implement Boolean logic - much as the paper Shannon wrote in 1936 that he gave Turing over tea at Bell labs earlier 1943. It's likely Turing would have also heard of the calculator George Stibitz of Bell Labs built out of relay switches all the way back in 1937. Slow but more reliable than the vacuum tubes of the era. And it's likely he influenced those he came to help by collaborating on encrypted voice traffic and likely other projects as much if not more. Inspiration is often best found at the intersectionality between ideas and cultures. Flowers looked to use vacuum tubes where the wheel patterns were produced. This gave one less set of paper tapes and infinitely more reliability. And a faster result. The programs were stored but they were programmable. Input was made using the shift registers from the paper tape and thyratron rings that simulated the bitstream for the wheels. There was a master control unit that handled the timing between the clock, signals, readouts, and printing. It didn't predate the Von Neumann architecture. But it didn't not. The switch panel had a group of switches used to define the algorithm being used with a plug-board defining conditions. The combination provided billions of combinations for logic processing. Vacuum tube valves were still unstable but they rarely blew when on, it was the switching process. So if they could have the logic gates flow through a known set of wheel settings the new computer would be more stable. Just one thing - they needed 1,500 valves! This thing would be huge! And so the Colossus Mark 1 was approved by W.G. Radley in 1943. It took 50 people 11 months to build and was able to compute wheel settings for ciphered message tapes. Computers automating productivity at its finest. The switches and plugs could be repositioned and so not only was Colossus able get messages decrypted in hours but could be reprogrammed to do other tasks. Others joined and they got the character reading up to almost 10,000 characters a second. They improved on the design yet again by adding shift registers and got over four times the speeds. It could now process 25,000 characters per second. One of the best uses was to confirm that Hitler got tricked into thinking the attack at Normandy at D-Day would happen elsewhere. And so the invasion of Normandy was safe to proceed. But the ability to reprogram made it a mostly universal computing machine - proving the Turing machine concept and fulfilling the dreams of Charles Babbage a hundred years earlier. And so the war ended in 1945. After the war, The Colossus machines were destroyed - except the two sent to British GHCQ where they ran until 1960. So the simple story of Colossus is that it was a series of computers built in England from 1943 to 1945, at the heart of World War II. The purpose: cryptanalysis - or code breaking. Turing went on to work on the Automatic Computing Engine at the National Physical Laboratory after the war and wrote a paper on the ACE - but while they were off to a quick start in computing in England having the humans who knew the things, they were slow to document given that their wartime work was classified. ENIAC came along in 1946 as did the development of Cybernetics by Norbert Wiener. That same year Max Newman wrote to John Von Neumann (Wiener's friend) about building a computer in England. He founded the Royal Society Computing Machine Laboratory at Victory University of Manchester, got Turing out to help and built the Manchester Baby, along with Frederic Williams and Thomas Kilburn. In 1946 Newman would also decline becoming Sir Newman when he rejected becoming an OBE, or Officer of the Order of the British Empire, over the treatment of his protege Turing not being offered the same. That's leadership. They'd go on to collaborate on the Manchester Mark I and Ferranti Mark I. Turing would work on furthering computing until his death in 1954, from taking cyanide after going through years of forced estrogen treatments for being a homosexual. He has since been pardoned post Following the war, Flowers tried to get a loan to start a computer company - but the very idea was ludicrous and he was denied. He retired from the Post Office Research Station after spearheading the move of the phone exchange to an electric, or what we might think of as a computerized exchange. Over the next decade, the work from Claude Shannon and other mathematicians would perfect the implementation of Boolean logic in computers. Von Neumann only ever mentioned Shannon and Turing in his seminal 1958 paper called The Computer And The Brain. While classified by the British government the work on Colossus was likely known to Von Neumann, who will get his own episode soon - but suffice it to say was a physicist turned computer scientist and worked on ENIAC to help study and develop atom bombs - and who codified the von Neumann architecture. We did a whole episode on Turing and another on Shannon, and we have mentioned the 1945 article As We May Think where Vannevar Bush predicted and inspired the next couple generations of computer scientists following the advancements in computing around the world during the war. He too would have likely known of the work on Colossus at Bletchley Park. Maybe not the specifics but he certainly knew of ENIAC - which unlike Colossus was run through a serious public relations machine. There are a lot of heroes to this story. The brave men and women who worked tirelessly to break, decipher, and analyze the cryptography. The engineers who pulled it off. The mathematicians who sparked the idea. The arrival of the computer was almost deterministic. We had work on the Atanasoff-Berry Computer at Iowa State, work at Bell Labs, Norbert Wiener's work on anti-aircraft guns at MIT during the war, Konrad Zuse's Z3, Colossus, and other mechanical and electromechanical devices leading up to it. But deterministic doesn't mean lacking inspiration. And what is the source of inspiration and when mixed with perspiration - innovation? There were brilliant minds in mathematics, like Turing. Brilliant physicists like Wynn-Williams. Great engineers like Flowers. That intersection between disciplines is the wellspring of many an innovation. Equally as important, then there's a leader who can take the ideas, find people who align with a mission, and help clear roadblocks. People like Newman. When they have domain expertise and knowledge - and are able to recruit and keep their teams inspired, they can change the world. And then there are people with purse strings who see the brilliance and can see a few moves ahead on the chessboard - like Churchill. They make things happen. And finally, there are the legions who carried on the work in theoretical, practical, and in the pure sciences. People who continue the collaboration between disciplines, iterate, and bring products to ever growing markets. People who continue to fund those innovations. It can be argued that our intrepid heroes in this story helped win a war - but that the generations who followed, by connecting humanity and bringing productivity gains to help free our minds to solve bigger and bigger problems will hopefully some day end war. Thank you for tuning in to this episode of the History of Computing Podcast. We hope to cover your contributions. Drop us a line and let us know how we can. And thank you so much for listening. We are so, so lucky to have you.
For her work in popularization of knowledge about Polish history and culture, Riho Okagami-Siedlecka received the TVP Polonia award for her unique book in Japanese "Phoenix of Central Europe, 1000 years of the history of unbroaked Poland". Talking about the book and her with husband, Andrzej Siedlecki, an actor and director well known by the Polish community in Australia. - Za dzialałność na rzecz popularyzowania wiedzy o polskiej historii i kulturze, Riho Okagami- Siedlecka otrzymała nagrodę TVP Polonia za wyjatkową książkę w języku japońskim „Feniks Środkowej Europy, 1000 lat historii niezłomnej Polski". Oto rozmowa o książce, a takze o dzialałności i współpracy z mężem Andrzejem Siedleckim, znanym australijskiej Polonii aktorem i reżyserem.
Learn Polish in a fun way with short Episodes. On this episode we talk about Mikołajki- Saint Nicholas' Day. Sponsor www.coolabulla.com for Websites and Animation. Use code LearnPolish for 10% Discount. All Social Media https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Donations https://linktr.ee/roycoughlan Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0ZOzgwHvZzEfQ8iRBfbIAp Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/learn-polish-podcast/id1462326275 To listen to all Episodes + The Speaking Podcast + The Meditation Podcast + Business Opportunities please visit http://roycoughlan.com/ Now also on Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/pxb8OvSYf4w9/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9SeBSyrxEMtEUlQNjG3vTA To get Skype lessons from Kamila or her team please visits http://polonuslodz.com/ In this Episode we discuss: Mikołajki- Saint Nicholas' Day Imieniny Mikołaja- Nicholas' name day Co robimy w Mikołajki?- What do we do in Saint Nicholas' Day? Kupujemy dzieciom prezenty- We buy gifts for children Polacy ubierają choinkę- Poles decorate the Christmas tree Na choince wieszają bombki, ozdoby świąteczne- They hang baubles and Christmas decorations on the Christmas tree Wigilia- Christmas Eve Renifer- Reindeer Ulubiony renifer to Rudolf- Favorite reindeer is Rudolf Pomocnicy- Helpers Elfy- Elves Napisać list do Świętego Mikołaja- Write a letter to Santa Claus Czy byłeś grzeczny w tym roku?- Have you been polite this year? Niegrzeczne dziecko dostanie rózgę- A naughty child will get a stick If you would like Skype lessons from kamila or her team please visit http://polonuslodz.com/ All Polish Episodes / Speaking Podcast / Meditation Podcast / Awakening Podcast/ Polish Property & business Offers - http://roycoughlan.com/ All Social Media + Donations https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Please Share with your friends / Subscribe and give a 5* Review - Thank You (Dziekuje Bardzo :) ) #learnpolish #speakpolish #polishpodcast
During its entire existence, slightly over 400 thousand people were registered at Auschwitz as prisoners - including 131 thousand women. The two largest groups of prisoners were Jews - about 200 thousand - and Poles, some 140 thousand. Since Germans established the camp in spring 1940 with the members of Polish resistance and intelligentsia in mind, Poles dominated in the camp at first. This situation began to change in March 1942, when mass deportations of Jews for extermination began. Dr. Piotr Setkiewicz, the head of the Auschwitz Memorial Research Center, talks about the situation of Polish and Jewish prisoners in the camp.
After a discussion of Uber prices, we get Gabi's take on the abortion debate in Poland, Donald Tusk's need for speed, a proposal to enable employers to check your COVID status and Poles are spending big money on nice cars (and parking spaces).
Por motivo de la nueva película de Wes Anderson, The French Dispatch (2021), estaremos conversándola junto con una película del gran director Vittorio de Sica, L'oro di Napoli (El Oro de Nápoles, 1954), junto con lo que hemos visto estas semanas. Estén atentos a nuestro Instagram, nuestro Twitter, nuestro canal de Youtube y nuestro TikTok Puedes invitarnos un café en https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ppppodcast Letterboxd: Christiam Reymei y Jesús bac_line (00:08:09) L'oro di Napoli (1954) (00:35:32) Lo que vimos en la semana The Harder They Fall (2021) (00:42:22) Lamb (2021) (00:56:20) Spoilers Lamb (2021) (01:05:50) The Office U.S. (serie, 2005-2013) (01:15:30) Mr Robot (serie, 2015-2019) (01:28:40) Una Película de Policías (2021) (01:37:45) The French Dispatch (2021) Referencias: Les Diaboliques (1955) Ostre sledované vlaky (Closely Watched Trains, 1966) 8½ (1963) La Dolce Vita (1960) Ladri di biciclette (1948) Accattone (1961) Umberto D. (1952) Django (2012) The Last Balck Man in San Francisco (2019) Me, Earl and the Dying Girl (2015) Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) Atlanta (serie, 2016) Dancer in the Dark (2000) Rams (2015) The VVitch (2015) One Piece (serie, 1999) How I Met Your Mother (serie, 2005-2013) Malcolm in the Middle (serie, 2000) Modern Family (serie, 2009) Parks and Recreation (serie, 2009) The Thin Blue Line (1988) The Act of Killing (2012) Nun va Goldoon (Un Momento de Inocencia, 1996) Las Tres Muertes de Marisela Escobedo (2020) Sicario (2015) Moonrise Kingdom (2013) Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
*) Poles fire tear gas, water cannon at migrants on Belarus border Polish forces have fired tear gas and water cannon at refugees at the Belarusian border, sparking accusations from Belarus that Poland was trying to escalate the crisis. Up to 4,000 refugees and migrants are camped out on the frontier between Poland and Belarus in increasingly dire conditions and freezing temperatures. The European Union accuses Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko of orchestrating the crisis by luring people to the border to retaliate against the bloc's sanctions. *)Tensions stabilised at Azerbaijan, Armenia border Clashes on the Azerbaijan-Armenia border have ceased after both countries took steps to stabilise the situation. A statement from the Russian Defence Ministry said the border is currently back to normal. Azerbaijan had earlier said that the Armenian forces carried out “large-scale provocations” against the combat posts of the Azerbaijani army, injuring at least two soldiers. *) Saudi-led coalition in Yemen kills scores of Houthis The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen has claimed that it killed 130 Houthi rebels in military operations in the past 24 hours. It also destroyed 16 military vehicles, the coalition said. But the Houthi rebel group maintains only 12 of its fighters were killed. *) UN Palestinian refugee agency faces 'existential threat' The UN agency for Palestinian refugees has fallen well short of its target to plug a 100 million dollar gap this year and secure long-term funding despite fresh pledges from donors. UNRWA warned it was facing an "existential" threat as it urged the international community to commit to more stable financing at a conference in Brussels on Tuesday. It said donors committed an extra $38 million for this year, leaving the agency some $60 million short. The UN agency needs to find $800 million a year going forward. And finally... *) 'Harry Potter' stars, excluding J.K. Rowling, to reunite for TV special "Harry Potter" stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint are reuniting with other cast members for a special 20th anniversary TV retrospective. But "Harry Potter" author JK Rowling will not be among those making a personal appearance on the show. The special will be broadcast on January 1st on the streaming platform HBO Max.
The moment everyone has been waiting for, the start of the 2021 MLS playoffs! It all kicks off this Saturday between The Philadelphia Union and The New York Red Bulls. Jared Nisly joins Todd, one of the capo's for the Sons of Ben, as they preview this upcoming playoff game! They look at the three games played between The Union and Red Bulls this season, what one player for The Union needs to have a big game, The Union's record with conceding first, some key Red Bull stats, and what the Sons of Ben have planned before the match on Saturday! Social Media: Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod http://thefreekickpodcast.com/ Jared Social Media: Twitter: @Nisdog Twitter: @hourunion Instagram: @nisdog
I intend for this One to be one that expands Minds, opens Hearts and Heals Spirits. May we all find the Truth Inside and Out! My objective with this fully packed 60 min episode is to inspire others to begin/continue putting in the “difficult but worth it” work to live the Life we want from ourselves and others. ✍️
On November 9, a commemorative banknote and coin with Lech Kaczyński went on sale. Crowds in front of NBP branches.Source One.pl - 9 listopada do sprzedaży w Polsce trafiły okolicznościowe banknot i moneta z Lechem Kaczyńskim. Tłumy przed placówkami NBP.
Bosnia was the site of Europe's worst conflict Europe since the Second World War ended. Fighting there in the 1990s ended up killing around a hundred thousand people. Bosnian Serbs were pitted against Croats, and Muslim so-called Bosniaks. This was an old-fashioned battle for territory, and it only ended when a compromise was reached – that Bosnia would remain one country, but with two regions each having a certain degree of autonomy. There would be one, predominantly Serb region, and another joint Croat and Muslim. This was always a fragile solution, a fudge, some said, to ease the country away from bloodshed. But now, bits of that peace deal are beginning to look rather frayed, and some have even spoken of a return to fighting. While few predict war any time soon, Guy Delauney say this is still highly dangerous talk. You can understand why Poles are just a little sensitive about being told what to do by outsiders. Their country has suffered repeated invasion and occupation, and at times, has vanished off the map altogether. There were wild celebrations when Poland was accepted for membership of the European Union back in 2003. This was seen first of all as a mark of respectability, recognition that it had become a modern, free market democracy. But many Poles believed membership of the EU also took the country another step further away from the embrace of Russia to the east, while leaving it closer knit with friendly countries to the west. Today, EU membership remains popular in Poland, but not so the EU itself. The Polish government has promised to defy instructions emanating from Brussels, and indeed is currently facing a fine of one million Euros a day imposed by the European Court of Justice, for refusing to abide by previous rulings. Adam Easton has been looking at what is one of Europe's most intense love-hate relationships. The COP summit on climate change chalked up an achievement this week. Delegates in Glasgow signed an agreement to stop deforestation by 2030, promising they would make attempts to reverse it. This follows decades in which vast swathes of forest have been chopped down, to provide wood, and to open up tracts land for growing crops on, often to feed animals which are then raised to provide meat. But the axe and the chainsaw are not the only threat which trees face. Climate change is already altering the conditions in which they grow, and sometimes with terrible consequences for individual trees and indeed, for the very landscape in which they flourish, as Jenny Hill discovered in Germany. The effects of climate change may be slow and initially barely visible, but sometimes they are all too clear. This summer just past saw record temperatures in parts of Europe, and out of control fires as a consequence. Trees in Greece were burned to a cinder, as one part of the country after another succumbed to the flames. Bethany Bell reported on those fires, and now she has been back to watch people picking up the pieces after this devastation, and also talking to those trying to figure out how to stop it happening again. The Europe of today is very much shaped by its experience of war and political upheaval. Bosnia's conflict was born out of the collapse of Yugoslavia, a nation which itself was created out of the ashes of World War One. The EU was formed as an attempt to ensure that such a Europe-wide conflict would never happen again, and that democracy would become the rule. Even the natural landscape was shaped in part by war, with the need for food security high in people's minds. And yet it remains an open question whether the lessons of this turbulent past have really been learned. A few thousand miles away from his original home in Vienna, Hilary Andersson spoke to a man who witnessed perhaps the worst of Europe's modern history. Lying in hospital, just days from death, he shared his memories of the Nazis, and his fear that the value and fragility of democracy risks being forgotten.
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Learn Polish in a fun way with short Episodes. On this episode we talk about Dzień Wszystkich Świętych - All Saints Day. Sponsor www.coolabulla.com for Websites and Animation. Use code LearnPolish for 10% Discount. All Social Media https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Donations https://linktr.ee/roycoughlan Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0ZOzgwHvZzEfQ8iRBfbIAp Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/learn-polish-podcast/id1462326275 To listen to all Episodes + The Speaking Podcast + The Meditation Podcast + Business Opportunities please visit http://roycoughlan.com/ Now also on Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/pxb8OvSYf4w9/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9SeBSyrxEMtEUlQNjG3vTA To get Skype lessons from Kamila or her team please visits http://polonuslodz.com/ In this Episode we discuss: 1 Listopada- 1st of November Dzień wolny- Free day Wszystko jest zamknięte- Everything is closed Dzień Wszystkich Świętych-All Saints Day Pamiętamy o naszych bliskich zmarłych-We remember our deceased relatives Idziemy na cmentarz- We go to the cemetery Polacy zostawiają na grobach znicz- Poles leave candles on the graves Zapalamy znicze-We light candles Kładziemy kwiaty na grobie-We put flowers on the grave Wspominamy dziadka, babcię-We remember grandfather, grandmother Spacerujemy po cmentarzu-We walk through the cemetery Jest dużo zniczy- There are many candles Grób-Grave Mamy znicze i kwiaty-We have candles and flowers Czy Twoi dziadkowie żyją?- Are your grandparents alive? Śpieszmy się kochać ludzi tak bo szybko odchodzą- Let's hurry to love people because so quickly they leave Czy w waszym kraju obchodzicie Dzień Wszystkich Świętych-Do you celebrate All Saints' Day in your country? If you would like Skype lessons from kamila or her team please visit http://polonuslodz.com/ All Polish Episodes / Speaking Podcast / Meditation Podcast / Awakening Podcast/ Polish Property & business Offers - http://roycoughlan.com/ All Social Media + Donations https://linktr.ee/learnpolish Please Share with your friends / Subscribe and give a 5* Review - Thank You (Dziekuje Bardzo :) ) #learnpolish #speakpolish #polishpodcast
Hello to you listening in Red Bank, New Jersey!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is 60 Seconds for Story Prompt Friday with questions carefully chosen to help you collect stories in the oral tradition or spark your own writing. Either way, you'll say, "Thanks for the memories."Someone stole my sticks! I need those sticks for the weeks ahead on the Camino, to navigate muddy, rocky, slippery, downhill slopes, mountain passes, and raging streams. My sticks are red. I know them. They know me. Now they're gone!Glancing around the café where we had stopped for late morning coffee I could see pilgrims patting their sticks protectively worried someone might take their trekking poles, too.Now what? I decide to head out at a run, in my hiking boots, with my pack, to see if I could find my sticks. I was angry, self-pitying, cursing, and crying. Eventually out of breath. I stopped. I conceded. I realized I could buy another pair in a city up ahead.Just then I saw her swinging my sticks. I called out, caught up, and without a word she turned and handed them to me, reminding me once again that much we suffer is a mere inconvenience, an annoyment. And then Life provides.Story Prompt: When has Life provided for you when you least expected it? Write that story!Practical Tip: The magic of stories is also in the sharing. If you wish share your story with someone or something. All that matters is you have a story.60 Seconds is your daily dose of hope, imagination, wisdom, stories, practical tips, and general riffing on this and that. This is the place to thrive together. Come for the stories - stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, including Android, and join us next time! You're invited to stop by the website and subscribe to stay current with Diane, her journeys, her guests, as well as creativity, imagination, walking, stories, camaraderie, and so much more: Quarter Moon Story ArtsStories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 - Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
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The boys welcome back the NBA discussing the first two days of action before jumping into -Totem Pole of NBA Teams we Trust After that, college football is the topic as different scenarios for the CFP are new every week. -NFL is next with a quick run through and pick 'ems for each NFL Game, before finally Last but certainly not least, we step into the Degenerates Den for the BYB Parlay! Brought to you by Bigfoot Axe Throwing (TossThatAxe.com) & Blue Wire Hustle! Follow us on all socials, just search Burst Your Bubble! SHARE with your friends! Thanks for listening, we love you guys! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Stephan Lindstrom who once was a lineman, climbing poles has successfully earned $150K for only 5 months of doing wholesaling real estate business. The man who didn't think he possessed the strength or energy left to climb back on his feet after being bedridden is now raking in six figures each month as an entrepreneur. Such an inspiring story reflects how a person can bounce back after a setback. Having been on a different road and starting out with no experience did not discourage Stephan. He took a huge leap as he constantly thinks about other people who don't have our backgrounds but still succeed. In this podcast, you will enjoy more of how Stephan established a life that he has never imagined. RESOURCES: MLS TTP Cold Calling Training Mojo Dialer KeyGlee Stephan on Instagram Stephan Email Address: email@example.com RE Foundation Builders
Tag Paid Go - EP 56: Do Robots Have Ghosts? IAfter taking a break for a minute, I'm back with a fresh new format. Lot's of surprises and new features as well as some old features..as well. My featured song is called Spooky Ghost. Listen to past episodes and songs at: www.tagpaidgo.com Sign up for the newsletter - news.tagpaidgo.com ----more---- TRANSCRIPT Have you ever wanted to record a podcast like a pro? Sometimes it takes more than professional mics like the hi pro 3023 gain master Omni directional Microphonic condenser. Before I was a professional podcaster I struggled with everything from recording to microwave popcorn. But then I found Ranken Mulberry's 15 Steps to Effective thinking and Power. With Mulberry's 24 tape series I was able to learn to overcome some of my biggest life challenges - everything from podcast recording to 19th century exorcisms. 5 yrs ago I was nobody. And with Ranken mulberry's 15 steps to effective thinking and power, I'm now a podcast writer/producer/host and exorcism guru. Welcome to this weeks episode of tag paid go. After a long pause, I've returned with a new and improved format. No don't worry, all of your favorite elements of old will still be here but with a new twist. Take for instance sponsors. Gone are the days where any old sponsor could come in and just give us money. No. Now I have a vetting process that lets quality sponsors shine. Take for instance the Atlas Sunday News. They promote a Sunday news morning show that is full of misinformation about about 70s television sitcoms. Namely Happy Days and the character Ralph Malph. I won't get into the gory details but I certainly will not promote the channel 18 NEWS program that comes on every Sunday at 10am. No. Not on this podcast. I wanna bring back a segment I used to enjoy. It's called “my fondest memory if that song”. Yep. Still keeping that name. In case you don't remember the segment details why a certain song is my favorite. The song I'm referring to is Xanadu by Olivia Newton john. You see, back in my younger days, a friend of mine(who will remain namesless Kevin) and I went to get some burgers from a fast food burger place that will remain nameless, burger king. He was driving. We made our order. Pulled around to pay. The car in front just got their order at the window ahead. After receiving their food, they spun off like a bat out of hell which shot gravel and rocks all over my friends windshield. Angered, my friend shifted into gear and drove off after them. For whatever reason they drove around the drive thru again. Then again with us right behind. It reminded me of a bugs bunny cartoon. I finally convinced my friend to stop and by our third time around the restaurant we went to pick up our order. And wouldn't you know it, the kind yet confused, worker, got us our order. Just as though nothing happened. The culprits that shot the rocks had sped off down the street never to be seen again. My friend was still pretty amped up and the drive home proved that. Lots of immediate stop and go's. At one stop my bag of food hit the car floor. I picked it up but at the same time found a tape buried under the seat(yes we listened to cassettes in the late 1900s. Looked like some random mix tape - I grabbed it and put it in his car tape deck. The next thing I hear are the soothing voice of a one Olivia Newton John backed by the triumphant Electric Light Orchestra. It was Xanadu. And just like that my friend went from Speed Racer to driving miss daisy. Luckily we made it home before the next song came on. That song was Ozzy Osborne's Bark At The Moon. That's another story for another time. Thanks Olivia Newton John for getting me home safely! And now it's time to show off one of MY songs. A children's Halloween song I wrote just for this episode. Sit back with a pumpkin flavored RC cola and enjoy. This ones called Spooky Ghost. Well that does it for this weeks episode of tag paid go. I want to thank this weeks sponsor. The Golden Sun Power Brick. Need back up power to charge your phone or to keep your full scale humanoid intelligent robot powered up? Look no further than The Golden Sun Power Brick. With 2 months of backup energy powered by the sun, your house will be fully charged and your fully functioning, lifelike humanoid robot will be powered up to keep it clean. Poles are for dancers and wires are for for spies. Get a Golden Sun Power Brick today! I'd also like to give a huge thank you to everyone who has stayed with this podcast. Thanks for the well wishes and shares. Subscribe to the newsletter at news.tagpaidgo.com Everyone stay safe. Take care of each other Till next time Tag. Paid. Go
Samantha Besson Droit international des institutions Collège de France Année 2021-2022 Ivan Krastev - Conférencier invité - Cycle europe du Collège de France : L'angoisse du déclin. Démocratie, démographie et clivage Est-Ouest en Europe Conference in English (Conférence en anglais) This lecture defines liberalism and illiberalism as two distinct responses to the changing demographic structure of European societies. In a democracy, the most existential collective right is the right to exclude. Democracy is preconditioned on the right of the democratic political community to decide who can and who cannot be a member. How you define the right to exclude is what distinguishes liberal from illiberal democracies. The European liberal project focuses on the protection of the rights of minorities as the way to manage diversity at a time when a growing number of migrants are coming from outside Europe. The illiberal project in Europe, associated with the current governments of Hungary and Poland, is about preserving the ethnic state in rapidly diversifying societies. The European illiberalism of the twenty-first century is not the second coming of nineteenth- or twentieth-century European nationalism. It is not about gathering all Bulgarians, Hungarians, or Poles into their own respective territorial political entities. It is about preserving the ethnic homogeneity of the electoral body while accepting the need to open its labor market to foreigners.
After a court ruling in Poland that is an affront to a core European Union principle, Poles hit the streets—fearing a “Pol-exit” they do not want. Who will back down? Hydrogen has been touted for decades as a fuel with green credentials. At last its time has come. And the herd of unicorns popping up in Mexico.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After a court ruling in Poland that is an affront to a core European Union principle, Poles hit the streets—fearing a “Pol-exit” they do not want. Who will back down? Hydrogen has been touted for decades as a fuel with green credentials. At last its time has come. And the herd of unicorns popping up in Mexico.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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As governor-general of Nazi-occupied Poland, Hans Frank bore heavy responsibility for the abuse and murder of hundreds of thousands of Poles and millions of Polish Jews. His son, Niklas Frank, recounts his father's role in the Nazi regime and explains why he's made it his mission to ensure that his father's murderous legacy is never forgotten. (Ad) Niklas Frank is the author of The Father: A Revenge (Biteback Publishing, 2021). Buy it now from Amazon:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Father-Revenge-Niklas-Frank/dp/1785906798/?tag=bbchistory045-21&ascsubtag=historyextra-social-hexpod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode we get the inside story of Alison Levine's climb from the highest peaks to the top of the speaking world. Alison is a polar explorer and mountaineer who has completed the Adventure Grand Slam which entailed climbing the seven summits and skiing both Poles. Alison is one of the country's top 10 most sought after corporate speakers. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The FC crew discuss Gareth Southgate's questionable tactics against Poland, where the England manager didn't make a single substitution and conceded late against the Poles. Gab Marcotti breaks down the latest news on the Brazilian FA asking FIFA to prevent Premier League clubs from selecting Brazilian players for at least 5 days. Plus, Jurgen Klinsmann shared the reasons why Hansi Flick has Germany humming at the moment.
Get your advanced reader copy of Matchlock and the Embassy here!Or join the Facebook group and get it there instead!Matchlock and the Embassy launches on Wed 15 September, but you can read it for FREE by clicking one of the links above. If you want to read a historical fiction series set during this Thirty Years War period, Matchlock is the series for you!1629 was THE year of the Thirty Years War, when all the tributaries seemed to join the main river, and flow as one. The Swedish and Poles made their peace, under French sponsorship. The French expelled the Huguenots from La Rochelle. The Spanish continued their siege of Casale, in North Italy. The Danes made their peace with Wallenstein and the Emperor, and the Emperor let the ink dry on his Edict of Restitution, before releasing it to the world. But that wasn't all. Across the Dutch border, something incredible was happening... It's up for debate when the tide truly turned in the Thirty Years War, and the Habsburgs lost the initiative. However, I would make a strong case for the winds of change blowing in the Spanish Dutch War first, when a daring naval assault by Admiral Piet Hein seized 11 million florins worth of silver just off the Cuban coast. Though he couldn't have known it, Admiral Hein had just knocked over the first in what would be a series of dominoes, that would lead all the way to the peace of Westphalia twenty years later. Not only did the Dutch seize the money, thus ruining Spain's precarious financial situation - they also spent that money on several armies, and invested the town of S'hertogenbosch, the capital of Catholic propaganda in the Spanish Netherlands. As if to tie it all together, who should stand side by side Frederick Henry, but Frederick V, Elector Palatine. Although his Austrian enemy was supreme, Frederick had ensured that the Habsburgs could not rest.The Spanish were crumbling, and it remained for the Lion of the North to roar the whole place down in Germany.... Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.