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SCRIPTURE AND TRADITION WITH FR. MITCH PACWA
2022-12-06 - PRAYING WITH THE GOSPELS - JMG PT. 19

SCRIPTURE AND TRADITION WITH FR. MITCH PACWA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 60:00


Recounting the healing of the hemorrhaging woman and the raising of Jairus' daughter, Fr. Mitch cautions us not to project our own small minded ideas of God onto how we approach Jesus, the Eucharist and the sacraments.

My Divine Life with Jameelah Davis

It's not cute to talk badly about ourselves. If we wouldn't tear a stranger down with really critical words, why would we do it to ourselves? In today's episode, I discuss how to stand in your greatness and stop all that negative self-talk. I haven't always been kind to myself. But when I learned that the subconscious mind's job is to make our thoughts reality, I realized I needed to be more mindful of my thoughts about myself, my business and relationships. So, listen to today's episode to hear ways that you can learn how to watch your mouth when talking to yourself.   Show Notes: [1:00] - It's critical to tell ourselves to "watch your mouth" when we talk to ourselves. [4:30] - Jameelah challenges us to be mindful of the adverse things we say to ourselves everyday. [6:55] - Recounting her past negative self-talk, Jameelah reflects on how she now loves herself like she loves others. [9:00] - Seeking great things is the purest form of God. [11:37] - When she finds herself wanting to be negative with herself Jameelah tries to be mindful and give herself grace. [15:00] - Sometimes we get agitated when we hear things that aren't in alignment with what we know -- or think we know our reality to be. [17:20] - Being spiritually grounded helps Jameelah's subconscious mind and conscious mind become aligned. [20:00] - Our subconscious mind is like a task minded employee, it just follows your directions to a T without any form of critical thinking.  [23:11] - If there is a specific outcome you want, and it aligns with the will of God, it's going to happen. [25:28] - Our brains are wired to operate in the past, it's a bank of memories that our mind and body uses to protect us from danger. [28:12] - Speaking like the person you want to be and believing you deserve good things can help manifest that into reality. [32:00] - It's not the things Jameelah has that has made her life great. It was her speaking optimistically to herself and God inserting those things into her path to give her the life she wanted. [35:02] - Making change is going to be uncomfortable, but it's so necessary to get the life you want. [37:03] - Jameelah reads excerpts from her journals from a time when she was full of negative self-talk. [39:25] - God has a purpose for our lives but He's not going to take us to the next level until we've learned the lessons. [41:55] - Jameelah reads excerpts from her journals from a time after she had started having a positive mindset. [46:00] - Even if she's going through some tough times, Jameelah can still see God is still giving her great things.   Links and Resources: Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Listen on Libsyn Listen on Podnews Jameelah Divine on Instagram

Town Hall Seattle Civics Series
305. Marion Nestle with Dr. Jim Krieger: It's Never Too Late To Begin

Town Hall Seattle Civics Series

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 62:37


By the time food politics expert Marion Nestle obtained her doctorate in molecular biology, she had been married since the age of nineteen, dropped out of college, worked as a lab technician, divorced, and become a stay-at-home mom with two children. That's when she got started. In her new memoir, Slow Cooked, Nestle reflects on how she achieved late-in-life success as a leading advocate for healthier and more sustainable diets. Recounting how she built an unparalleled career at a time when few women worked in the sciences, she shares how she came to recognize and reveal the enormous influence of the food industry on our dietary choices. Slow Cooked charts her astonishing rise from bench scientist to the pinnacles of academia, as she overcame the barriers and biases facing women of her generation and found her life's purpose after age fifty. Nestle's personal story is sure to be deeply relevant to everyone who eats, and anyone who thinks it's too late to follow a passion. Marion Nestle is the Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health, Emerita, at New York University and author of a wide range of books about the politics of food, nutrition, health, and the environment. Jim Krieger, MD, MPH is Executive Director of Healthy Food America and Clinical Professor at the University of Washington School of Public Health. He previously worked for 25 years at Public Health – Seattle & King County as Chief of Chronic Disease Prevention. Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics Third Place Books

Rock Creek Fellowship's Podcast
Too Many To Declare: Recounting Some of God's Many Wonders in Our Lives

Rock Creek Fellowship's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 59:34


Psalm 40:1-10  I Thessalonians 5:16-18

The Arts of Language Podcast
Episode 348: Nature Deficit Disorder

The Arts of Language Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


As the days cool down with the autumn season, it is a great time to explore the outdoors. Andrew and Julie focus this week's podcast on the importance for children to spend time in the natural world. Recounting stories from his childhood, Andrew shares the powerful impact that nature has had on his life. He discusses modern impediments to spending time in nature and offers practical ways families can prioritize exposure to the natural environment. Referenced Materials Nature Deficit Disorder audio talk by Andrew Pudewa Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv Children & Nature Network Fairy Tales and the Moral Imagination audio talk by Andrew Pudewa Bud & Me by Alta Abernathy Little Britches by Ralph Moody Paper and Pen audio talk by Andrew Pudewa 1000 Hours Outside™ Transcript of Podcast Episode 348 If you have questions for Andrew, send them to podcast@IEW.com Perhaps your question will be answered at the next Ask Andrew Anything (AAA). If you have questions about IEW products or classes, contact customer service at 800.856.5815 or info@IEW.com

The Beyond Listening Podcast
E37: Fostering Community and Social Equity

The Beyond Listening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 47:52


Fostering community takes perseverance. Today we welcome Orion Kriegman, Executive Director with the Boston Food Forest Coalition. Orion's journey in life has shown him the depth of global social inequity and instilled in him a desire to be the change. Recounting experiences volunteering as a graduate student to living in a newly post-apartheid South Africa, he now leads the non-profit BFFC in transforming and reanimating urban areas. He shares insights from his seven years in the role - emphasising the importance of trust, community and hard work.

Vox Veniae Podcast
Recounting Goodness

Vox Veniae Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 25:02


As we recount God's goodness, what are the ways we're invited to embody that goodness for others? Weylin Lee explores how we might embody the goodness of Christ in seasons of disruption and challenge. [Psalm 145: 1-5, 17-21]

Cycle Chats
It's Not You, It's Me with Ambra Liew

Cycle Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 43:49


In this episode we talk to a woman who is literally on the other side of the world and 12 hours in the future. She is helping women heal after toxic relationships and here to help you break free from unhealthy relationship patterns of the past. Coach and all around beautiful human: Ambra Liew. Ambra shares when it's time to move forward, how we get closure, and tips to help mend that broken heart. Get YOUR heart ready, ‘cause Ambra's about to piece it back together again! Listen to Todays Episode to Hear About: -Heartbreak the universal experience -Blaming yourself for the end of a relationship -Growing together or growing apart -Staying in a relationship past the expiration date -Why our self worth is tied to being in a relationship -Listening to that little voice -Recounting old loves -It takes two to tango -Immediate grounds for dismissal -Playing the blame game -Accepting the love we think we deserve -Closure *Ambra shatters Emily's brain* Check Ambra Out! Instagram: @ambraliew

PRS Global Open Deep Cuts
Dr. Amy Moore: "Everyone Can Be a Shining Light" – A “Giants in Plastic Surgery” Interview

PRS Global Open Deep Cuts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 40:32


In this convivial “Giants in Plastic Surgery” episode of the PRS Global Open Deep Cuts Podcast, Amy Moore MD discuss her rapid rise to becoming the Chair of the department of plastic and reconstructive surgery at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Recounting the valuable inspiration of Dr. Susan Mackinnon and mentorship she received in academic plastic surgery, Dr. Moore explores both the decisions she made and their inherent trade-offs. Chronicling her experiences of being a mother, surgeon, researcher and leader, Dr. Moore offers insights of value to budding surgeons, and—like Dr. Mackinnon was for her—an example for aspiring women to visualise a career in surgery and research. Read a classic PRS Global Open article by Dr. Moore and co-authors—“Assessing the Prevalence of Microaggressions in Plastic Surgery Training: A National Survey”: https://bit.ly/GOXDeepCutsMoore    Dr. Moore received her medical degree at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and completed her general surgery residency, peripheral nerve research fellowship and plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine. She then completed a hand fellowship at Mayo Clinic. As a committed surgeon-scientist, Dr. Moore has developed a parallel translational science research program with more than $1 million in funding from the Department of Defense (DoD). She has extensively published her clinical and translational research findings with more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters. A passionate educator and a tireless advocate for her mentees, Dr. Moore has lectured at conferences around the world. In 2017, Dr. Moore was designated as the American Society for Surgery of the Hand's Plastic Surgery Visiting Professor. She was recently named the 2019-20 Plastic Surgery Foundation Visiting Professor, an honour bestowed on select individuals nationally each year. Her dedication to her field is manifested in her service and leadership roles on national and international associations and boards. She serves on the scientific advisory board for the International Symposium of Neural Regeneration and has participated on multiple study sections for the DoD. She also has leadership roles on the Board of the American Association of Hand Surgery and the American Society for Peripheral Nerve. Your host, Dr. Vimal Gokani, is a senior Specialty Registrar in plastic surgery in London, England.  Your producer & editor, Dr. George Adigbli, is an Academic Specialty Registrar in plastic surgery in Oxford, England.  #PRSGlobalOpen #DeepCutsPodcast #PlasticSurgery #GiantsPlasticSurgery

Brooklyn Zen Center Audio Dharma Podcast
This Distress is Worth Recounting: audio dharma talk by Sarah Dōjin Emerson (2022/10/29)

Brooklyn Zen Center Audio Dharma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022


We need to collectively start to care for those forces, so they don't become monsters of continued colonial oppression, internally and externally.

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Ruha Benjamin: Viral Justice

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 62:06


Ruha Benjamin has been called one of the country's most insightful scholars on issues related to race, technology and justice. In her new book, Viral Justice, Benjamin explores—in a very personal way—two social issues that have received extensive attention over the past two years: police violence and the pandemic of COVID-19. For Prof. Benjamin, these two issues existed in tandem for a reason: they are both public health crises that festered and continue to fester because they are both built on unjust systems. Benjamin examines the converging plagues of COVID-19 and police violence, mapping the multiple routes through which racism gets under the skin. Recounting her personal experiences and those of her family, Benjamin illuminates the devastating impact of the chronic stress of racism, the trauma caused by mass imprisonment, and the vast inequities of our nation's health-care system. As she channels her own life story, she also offers a passionate, inspiring, and practical vision of how seemingly minor decisions and habits could spread virally and have exponentially positive effects.  Join us as Professor Benjamin re-envisions the significance of individual actions and explains how we can build a more just world―one small change at a time. About the SpeakersRuha Benjamin is a professor of African American studies at Princeton University, founding director of the Ida B. Wells JUST Data Lab, and author of three books, Viral Justice (2022), Race After Technology (2019), and People's Science (2013), and editor of Captivating Technology (2019). She graduated from Spelman College with a BA in Sociology & Anthropology and received her MA and PhD degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Shabnam Koirala-Azad is the first female dean of the USF School of Education, and in 2018 was recognized as one of the Most Influential Women in the Bay Area. For more than a decade as a faculty member in the School of Education and as department chair for the Department of International and Multicultural Education, she added a strong global education component to the curriculum and co-founded the first degree program in Human Rights Education in the United States. As a leader, she is nationally recognized for her ability to infuse principles of justice and equity in her leadership practices. MLF ORGANIZER Gerald Harris NOTES A Technology & Society Member-led Forum program. Forums at the Club are organized and run by volunteer programmers who are members of The Commonwealth Club, and they cover a diverse range of topics. Learn more about our Forums.  This program is part of our Good Lit series, underwritten by the Bernard Osher Foundation. In association with Inforum. SPEAKERS Introduction by Gerald Harris Chair, Technology & Society Member-led Forum, The Commonwealth Club of California Ruha Benjamin Professor of African American Studies, Princeton University; Director, Ida B. Wells Just Data Lab; Author, Viral Justice: How We Grow the World We Want Shabnam Koirala-Azad Dean, University of San Francisco School of Education—Moderator In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on October 19th, 2022 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Lessons Learned for Vets
Season 2 Episode 40: Networking Your Way to a Brand New Career with Brian Arrington

Lessons Learned for Vets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 54:54


After serving a career in security forces, Brian Arrington retired from the United States Air Force ready for a new challenge. Landing a role with Wells Fargo as a business consultant right after retirement, Brian's successful transition is a testament to his hard work and determination. In 2019, Brian launched Vets2Industry, a non-profit dedicated to serving service members and their families. Today, Brian is the Director of Military Programs and Recruiting for Military Hiring Accelerator. The far-reaching impact of Vets2Industry is a product of Brian's own transition. Rewind back to March of 2018 when Brian stumbled upon a website called LinkedIn. His first connection led him to Centurion Military Alliance. From there, he connected with mentors who helped him navigate the transition beyond the TAP curriculum. Like many veterans who have transitioned before him, Brian thought his veteran status and leadership experience would be enough to land a role as a marketing manager – a position that required a background in marketing which Brian didn't possess. Through informational interviews, Brian realized that the skills he developed in the military would translate well to a consultant role. Intentional, consistent networking led him to a recruiter from Wells Fargo who was eager to hire a veteran for a business consultant role. When asked what his biggest challenge has been since leaving the military, Brian is quick to reply that an obstacle he faces now and faced while transitioning is not having a vast knowledge of companies. He tells a story about attending his first career fair and only going to the Amazon table because it was the one company he had heard of before. Recounting this story to others, he says lots of transitioning service members approach job fairs this way. He encourages everyone to visit all the tables, engage with the recruiters, learn about opportunities and build connections. Every organization has infrastructure, projects, operations and facilities.The idea for Vets2Industry began early in Brian's transition. Realizing that TAP wasn't enough and learning independently that there are over 40K VSOs, Brian wondered how many airmen he had failed as an NCO with his lack of awareness for the free resources beyond TAP. Over 100,000+ military-affiliated people have been served through resources offered by Vets2Industry. Their monthly networking events attract recruiters from all industries, and the webinars cover topics like salary negotiation, resume writing, TSP rollover, life insurance and budgeting. Every VSO featured on the website has been vetted. For those who would like to gain valuable skills, increase their marketability and strengthen their resumes, Vets2Industry needs volunteers. As the Director of Military Programs and Recruiting at Military Hiring Accelerator, Brian Arrington focuses his attention on finding great paying positions across the country for the military community. Brian oversees sourcing and runs the organization's SkillBridge program. Head over to the Lessons Learned for Vets YouTube channel at https://tinyurl.com/llforvets22 to hear a bonus clip from Brian on how to rock your next networking event with Vets2Industry.You can connect with Brian on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianarrington933/Explore Vets2Industry resources at https://vets2industry.org/Browse the jobs board at Military Hiring Accelerator at https://www.militaryaccelerator.com/Connect with Brian about SkillBridge, internships and open positions by emailing him at brian.arrington@militaryaccelerator.com. Don't forget to mention that you learned about Military Hiring Accelerator on this podcast!

Answers for the Family - Radio Show
Dignity for Deeply Forgetful People

Answers for the Family - Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 55:00


Dignity for Deeply Forgetful People: Challenges of Dealing with Dementia & Alzheimer's Show Guest: Stephen G. Post Unfortunately, things have not changed that much for the deeply forgetful and their caregivers despite all the money invested in Alzheimer's pharmacology, which has been slightly effective at best. At present, there is no medicine to slow down the underlying progression of Alzheimer's and caregivers eventually ask whether the treatments are worthwhile. In Stephen Post's new book, Dignity for Deeply Forgetful People, he takes up the theme of caregiver hope and where they can find it. The book then responds in a practical way to sixteen ethical issues that have been raised by thousands of caregivers, as well as the hot button question of “PPAS.” Preemptive physician-assisted suicide for Alzheimer's disease and the core elements of the “ethics of respectful care” that caregivers aspire to. Throughout, Dignity for Forgetful People focuses on the extent to which we as caregivers can respect and abide by the previously or currently expressed preferences of a deeply forgetful person, especially with regard to clinical ethical choices. To bring this journey to closure, Stephen responds somewhat pastorally to a question that has been asked of him many times: “Is Grandma still there?” In the final chapter, he builds on his own experience, as well as the many well-documented reports of “terminal lucidity” that can occur in the days just before someone dies with dementia. Recounting the loss of his own grandmother years ago with dementia he states, "I “felt” that she was still there underneath the communicative breakdowns when sporadically she expressed her whole self."

Seema Says
Eleven Stages of Evolution

Seema Says

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 46:07


Recounting the spiritual journey. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/seematangri/support

Secrets of the Top 100 Agents
‘Everyone wants to go to the next level'

Secrets of the Top 100 Agents

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 27:48


For his podcast debut, Luke Evans, The Agency general manager of sales, NSW and ACT, joins host Grace Ormsby. Recounting the last two years in the industry, he analyses the imprint the COVID-19 pandemic has left on the real estate industry and its practitioners. The pair touch on how agents can navigate a rising rate cycle, particularly those who are experiencing one for the first time. Luke also shares his beliefs on the generational difference between younger agents and their more experienced counterparts before outlining his advice, insights, and forecasts for 2023. In this episode, you will also hear: The importance of improvement How necessity breeds adaption Why a Christmas “reset” is paramount for agents Make sure you never miss an episode by subscribing to us now on Apple Podcasts. Did you like this episode? Show your support by rating us or leaving a review on Apple Podcasts (REB Podcast Network) and by liking and following Real Estate Business on social media: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you have any questions about what you heard today, any topics of interest you have in mind, or if you'd like to lend a voice to the show, email editor@realestatebusiness.com.au for more insights. 

People Pleaser with Austin Archer
131: MINISODE #34: Can You Ride a Horse?

People Pleaser with Austin Archer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 55:25


Recounting a story of living through one of my greatest fears and exploring how I'm coming to thrive on moments that really test my mettle. 

Friday Khutbah
Not Recounting Favors

Friday Khutbah

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 12:34


https://www.khutbah.info/not-recounting-favors/ All praise is due to Allah the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful, the Most Generous. He gave His servants graces and dispelled calamities from…

Lever Up Podcast with Nate Barger
16: Lever Up Your Forgiveness w/Siri Lindley

Lever Up Podcast with Nate Barger

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 53:54


On this episode, Nate sits down with Siri Lindley, two-time world champion triathlete, winner of twelve ITU World Cup races, an inspirational, energetic life coach and one of Tony Robbins' 10 favorite motivational speakers. Having faced many mountains in her own life, Siri now empowers audiences to strive for peak performance and to work through and ultimately conquer the demons of fear and self-doubt. Recounting the struggles she faced as a child to healing her strained relationships as an adult, Siri shows us how to clear out space for healing. Tune in to hear more about the challenges she overcame, how to work towards the life you envision and the absolute necessity of forgiveness.

The Health Advocates
S5, Ep 2- It's Complicated: Inflammatory Bowel Disease Diagnosis and Treatment

The Health Advocates

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 21:16


The prevalence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has steadily risen over the past two decades. IBD, which includes Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, is difficult to diagnose because symptoms can be similar to those of other conditions and vary from person to person. In this episode, Dr. Neilanjan Nandi, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at Penn Medicine, tells us how he advocates for patients and discusses the importance of reducing disparities, especially when it comes to IBD. “It's all about the patient. It's not about the team; it's about the patient, and the team serves the patient. This is the standard of care. And if you don't elevate that patient's voice, if you're not listening to that patient's voice, then it doesn't matter if you have the greatest treatment. The treatment only matters if the patient tells you that everything that's impacting them by IBD gets better,” says Dr. Nandi. Among the highlights in this episode: 1:21: Listener comment 2:17: President Biden has declared that “the pandemic is over” 3:32: Is the pandemic really over? Recounting the different phases we experienced since the start of the outbreak  4:24: How COVID compares to other causes of death in the U.S. 6:18: Has COVID entered its endemic phase? 7:50: “I think that the more we continue to allow policy makers, people in certain positions to understand that the pandemic… is continuing for folks who are chronically ill, the more folks that know that the better,” says Steven Newmark, Director of Policy at GHLF 8:18: The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) is recommending primary care physicians screen for anxiety in adults who do not have recognized signs or symptoms of anxiety, depression, and suicide 11:11: Prevalence of Crohn's and ulcerative colitis in South Asia and in descendants of South Asian immigrants across the globe is increasing 12:22: The impact of culture on acceptance and early treatment of IBD 13:30: How Dr. Nandi helps patients advocate for themselves in their everyday lives 14:57: The overwhelming amount of IBD resources and the importance of tailoring information towards one's culture, ethnic background, and health literacy level: advice on where to look for trusted information 17:30: The importance of patient reported outcomes 19:57: What our hosts learned from this episode Contact Our Hosts Steven Newmark, Director of Policy at GHLF: snewmark@ghlf.org Zoe Rothblatt, Associate Director, Community Outreach at GHLF: zrothblatt@ghlf.org We want to hear what you think. Send your comments in the form of an email, video, or audio clip of yourself to thehealthadvocates@ghlf.org Catch up on all our episodes on our website or on your favorite podcast channel.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
How To Have Your Prayers Answered! The Power of Prayer and Grace – Explained by Caroline Myss

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 69:34 Very Popular


If you've ever wanted answers from the divine, and to discover the power of prayer, then do we have the Intimate Conversations with the Divine, show for you.   Today I'll be talking with Caroline Myss about the power of prayer, guidance and grace!   Caroline Myss is a 5 times NY Times best-sellign author, mystic, healer, the co-founder of CMED, and the author of an incredibly heart-open, vulnerable, and revealing—important book on prayer, Intimate Conversations with the Divine.   Get your copy of Intimate Conversations with the Divine By Caroline Myss - https://amzn.to/3kffu0y    Visit: https://www.myss.com/    Key Points Discussed: What do you feel is going on with the world today?  Working together towards achieving global healing  What does the phoenix mean to you during this time?  How Caroline's work as a medical intuitive led to her wondering why people don't heal and how she can help them heal  Understanding what surrender is and seeking guidance  Recounting the life-changing experience she had 15 years ago  How heaven works: Losing the appetite for life and the enthusiasm for what she was teaching, and how it led her to where she was supposed to go  Inspiring people to get back to prayer and to trust in it again  The power of prayer and grace, the importance of prayer, and the number of times one should be in prayer  Being conscious of the power of our language and the value of learning to listen  Going to the next spiritual chapter in our lives by truly empowering others  Bringing the mystic into every moment by having holy conversations as many times as possible How she chooses to grace a moment instead of losing her power Acknowledging that we are one and using the sacred power of co-creation that we have responsibly  Learning what real wealth is instead of trying to win a million dollars  Listening through surrender so we can actually get the answers to our prayers  What does “St. Theresa and daughter follow me” mean to you?  Getting rid of the fear of divine intimacy so we can delight in how it can truly change our lives Investing grace and love in our lives so we can get them back tenfold or more The importance of learning how to reflect upon ourselves and hold ourselves accountable Embracing the fact that prayer is a holy dialogue with God and learning how to pray the right way    To find out more visit: https://amzn.to/3qULECz - Order Michael Sandler's book, "AWE, the Automatic Writing Experience" www.automaticwriting.com  - Automatic Writing Experience Course www.inspirenationuniversity.com - Michael Sandler's School of Mystics https://inspirenationshow.com/ ……. Follow Michael and Jessica's exciting journey and get even more great tools, tips, and behind-the-scenes access. Go to https://www.patreon.com/inspirenation   For free meditations, weekly tips, stories, and similar shows visit: https://inspirenationshow.com/   We've got NEW Merch! - https://teespring.com/stores/inspire-nation-store   Follow Inspire Nation, and the lives of Michael and Jessica, on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/InspireNationLive/   Find us on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@inspirenationshow  Roo Roo The Guru on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@roorootheguru 

Elite Level | Sales Leaders Podcast
From Med School To VP Sales At $400M SaaS Security Company Darktrace With Parker Ashley

Elite Level | Sales Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 32:48


You might've known before that not all stress is bad stress. Some amount is helpful and might cause you to progress in your career quicker! Stress is a good thing if it helps you to push yourself forward in your career. It's also one of the secrets to the success of our guest for today's episode, Parker Ashley, a senior sales professional currently serving as the VP of Americas at Darktrace.Recounting his journey to sales, Parker shares it hadn't been easy for him. He started in university wanting to be a surgeon, pursuing courses in certain branches of medicine, and was dead focused on that goal, even scoring 98 percentile in the MCAT, the admissions test for medical school in the US. Parker was determined to find a job soon after med school after spending almost all his life in the library among books (studying for a goal now totally irrelevant). But after graduation, he started working at his friend's startup to fund himself till he got a medical job. That's where all his calculations started to fall apart – when he began falling out of love with medicine and the healthcare industry as a whole. He realized he couldn't spend a significant part of his life doing something he did not enjoy. So while interviewing for medical jobs, he also worked wholeheartedly as an SDR. Even when he got the job he had been preparing for, for what felt like a lifetime, he knew he couldn't accept it, and it came as a shock to his whole family, that was expecting him to be a doctor. He needed time to assess if the medical field was for him, and he happened to have done well.The newfound interest in sales + its rewarding potential got into Parker completely. So when Darktrace found him, he was more than ready to take up the challenge. Today, Parker is not only an experienced sales representative but a leader and mentor who helps others find and succeed in their career in the industry.Sit back and listen to this episode to learn about Parker's impressive journey and the secrets and motivations behind his outstanding success!Key Talking Points: ●      Using stress to your advantage●      What the stoic philosophy teaches you about work and stress●      How to drive forward in your career with freedom of choice●      Cultivating grit Connect with Parker! ●      LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/winstonparkerashleyConnect with Alex!●      Website: www.elitelevel.co| https://www.alexalleyne.com●      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elitelevelalex●      Twitter: https://twitter.com/elitelevelalex●      YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/elitelevelpodcast●      Learn with Alex: https://www.elitelevel.co 

Not Real Art
Burning Man 2022: Waking Dreams

Not Real Art

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 59:35


Today, after a week's hiatus, our founder and podcast host Scott “Sourdough” Power is back from Black Rock with a special treat.  That's right, today's episode is all about https://burningman.org/ (Burning Man): the landscape, the people, the stories, and of course, the art. Scott hops on the mic to talk about his annual trek into the desert and this year's party on the Playa. You'll hear about the incredible interactive installations that populated the landscape of northwestern Nevada for a week in late summer.  You'll also learn more about the artists and musicians who contributed their remarkable creativity and talent to https://www.instagram.com/campcorny/ (Camp Corny), the unicorn-themed camp that Scott calls his home in Black Rock City. Burning Man, at its core, is a performance art piece on a grand scale, one that Scott believes is a must-see for any creative professional. We hope today's episode leaves you feeling inspired to use the power of art for escape, fantasy, and imagination. Join us for this week's episode as Scott decompresses from the madness and the magic that was Burning Man 2022! Key Points From This Episode: What it was like to be back in Black Rock City after a three-year hiatus. A brief look at the history of Burning Man and its founder, artist Larry Harvey. The awe-inspiring scale of the Burn and its focus on radical self-expression. Using the power of art to escape the insanity that is the ‘default world'. Insight into Sourdough's experience as part of Camp Corny. The extreme weather and environmental conditions you can expect in Black Rock City. How the Burning Man enterprise has positively impacted local economies. Criticism of Burning Man's impact on the environment and indigenous communities. More about Camp Corny and their gift to the Playa: a spirit animal adoption center. How Camp Corny prioritizes music and dancing. Some of the musicians, DJs, and artists who share their creativity with Camp Corny. Why Sourdough's highlights from this year's Burn include the many kids that attended. How artist attribution could be improved on the Playa. Some of Sourdough's favorite installations, including Paradisium, BLACK! Asé, and more. An understanding of the interactive nature of the artwork at Burning Man. Some of the incredible art cars, like Robot Heart and Mayan Warrior. A few weird, wonderful, and sometimes shocking stories from Burning Man 2022! Experience burn night from Sourdough's perspective. The evolution of technology at Burning Man, from LED lighting to drone photography. Recounting the 10-hour drive it took just to get off Gate Road! The process of decompressing from Burning Man. For more info, please visit: https://notrealart.com/burning-man-2022

No Jumper
Yah-L On Pressing Roddy Ricch & Flakko, Writing for Mindless Behavior, & More

No Jumper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 90:41 Very Popular


Flakko sits down with Yah-L to talk about Roddy Ricch, Clubhouse, Wack100 and more. ----- 00:00 Intro 0:33 - Yah-L explains how he and Flakko connected on IG after Flakko made some crazy comments 2:22 - Yah-L pressed Roddy Ricch on Clubhouse for not repping the city: “Do you know what it feels like to make $20M” line 6:00 - Flakko made a video talking about Yah-L 7:16 - How Yah-L ended up in a room with Wack 100 and Roddy Ricch 9:15 - Yah-L does his best Wack 100 impression, remembers meeting Roddy when he was 16 yrs old 11:30 - Recounting how Wack100 brought Roddy to the Clubhouse room 14:40 - How Wack's energy shifted once Roddy entered the chat  17:25 - Yah-L clarifies whether Roddy is from the hood 27:03 - Yah-L explain why he pulled up to the hood after getting into an argument with Roddy's people on Clubhouse 35:10 - Yah-L clarifies the rules around talking about street activities in music 36:55 - Yah-L explains that Compton is not as nice as it looks 41:51 - Yah-L doesn't know anything about Soulja Boy's viral “Who says Soulja Boy not from the hood” video 43:28 - Yah-L's has a whole mural dedicated to him in Compton 44:44 - Yah-L was Kalan.frfr's coach 50:23 - Common mistakes that artists make when signing deals with labels 51:04 - Reacting to NBA Youngboy's $60M deal and reports of fake views 52:33 - People are buying fake Clubhouse followers and getting scammed into fake music promo rooms 58:08 - Writing for Mindless Behavior. Connecting with Wallie the Sensei and catching a hit with “Scandalous” 1:03:15 - Yah-L was flattered when he first realized Roddy was using his melodic lyrical style 1:04:55 - Never thought about suing Roddy 1:10:51 - Yah-L was concerned for Flakko's safety during the incident with the Latino community 1:16:10 - Flakko makes Yah-L pick between The Game, Chris Brown, and Too Short. Flakko disagrees that Chris Brown is like Michael Jackson 1:21:16 - Reacting to Quando Rondo's recent situation in LA 1:24:35 - Yah-L explains why he decided not to beat Flakko up ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz  Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Nixon and Watergate
Episode 138 RICHARD NIXON and WATERGATE 1974 Through the Fire ( Part 13 ) Recounting The Cancer on the Presidency Conversation , a meeting on April 26, 1973 (Special Tape Series 2 )

Nixon and Watergate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 96:39


The second in our tape series is another meeting held on April 26, 1973 between the President, Richard Nixon, and his then Chief of Staff Bob Haldeman. In it they try and reconstruct what was discussed in the earlier meeting between themselves and John Dean. The You Tube page "I Tape You Bored" describes this meeting this way "A conversation between Nixon and his top aide which might deserve the overused tag of "meta". John Dean has now defected, and is helping the prosecutors; the discussion here centers on the long and involved conversation of March 21, 1973, the famous "cancer on the presidency" session, and what Nixon said there that could be used against them. The two men go over the conversation detail by detail on what makes them legally vulnerable, and what defense they might erect. This long session contains no new revelations, but makes clear how deliberate and involved Nixon was in the cover-up of the scandal. Again and again, the excuse of national security is invoked."However, what is forgotten by this writer and often most everyone else is that up until the March 21, 1973 meeting, President Nixon had been following the advice of his attorney.  While he may have had other sources of information, Nixon's main source was his attorney, the White House Counsel to the President.  That Counsel had been asked to commit to writing exactly what had gone on. President Nixon was counting on that document, and he had up to that moment been reliant on his counsel. Who was his counsel, his lawyer, the man he had relied on to guide himself and his Administration through this mess, that he, Richard Nixon,  had not created.?  The man's name was John Dean. John Dean was the hub that connects the issues at the campaign to the staff at the White House.  He had gone to the prosecutor's office  to get a deal by the time of this meeting. At that point, President Nixon and his Chief of Staff knew that Dean , who they had trusted and who was the White House lawyer,  and was who they had relied on through the ordeal, was covering his own steps and throwing others under the bus. Now they were also  discovering that Dean had not been telling them the full story while he was  also digging the hole they had just discovered they were in.  Those facts should be considered as you hear the two men discussing the situation they now found themselves in,  because their attorney had proven himself unworthy of the job and trust that he had held. *** For more information please go to the following website ShepardonWatergate,comSupport My WorkIf you love the show, the easiest way to show your support is by leaving us a positive rating with a review. You can also tell your family and friends about " Randal Wallace Presents : Nixon and Watergate " tooThe Lowcountry Gullah PodcastTheculture, history and traditions podcast where Gullah Geechee culture lives!Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

My Morning Devotional
Recounting His Deeds

My Morning Devotional

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 5:48


This is Episode 597 of the My Morning Devotional PodcastJoin me Alison Elizabeth Delamota as we dive into a Christian devotional to empower your day. Check back every weekday for a new episode!Verse of the Day:1 will give thanks to you, Lord, with all my heart;    I will tell of all your wonderful deeds.2 I will be glad and rejoice in you;    I will sing the praises of your name, O Most High.Psalm 9:1-2Join The Community:@mymorningdevo on IGFacebook GroupYouTube ChannelGet To Know Ali:@alisonelizabethdlm on IGYouTube ChannelSupport the show

The Charlie Kirk Show
'Irreversible Medical Mutilation' — Exposing the Horrors of Trans Surgeries with Libby Emmons

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 35:43 Very Popular


In an episode jam-packed with thought crimes at every turn, Charlie is joined by two conservative, female trailblazers who built their careers by courageously spreading objective truths despite the societal consequences. First—the Editor-In-Chief of The Post Millennial, Libby Emmons, joins Charlie to share a gut-wrenching development in the transgender war on American Children. Next, the man who literally wrote the book on why College is a scam is joined by none other than a college professor, Professor of Law at UPenn, Amy Wax who validates the central thesis of Charlie's new book, "The College Scam" in a way that only a university system insider like herself can. Case in point, Dr. Wax shares the story of her own continuing struggle with the intolerance that exists within the echo chambers of "elite" Ivy League institutions. Recounting the attempt to "cancel" her that has been underway for months, she explains the so-called egregious improprieties that have caused the campus marxists to all but riot to have her removed from campus. For simply stating the truth about everything from the objective beauty of Western Culture to the  unparalleled narrative of lies surrounding race and crime to biological realities such as the mere existence of women, Professor Wax has staked her claim as the last conservative inside the Ivys and it could very well cost her everything in todays climate of liberal intolerance. And as they close out their thoughtful conversation, she shares all the ways that you can learn more and support her and all the other fighters so that we may possibly reclaim our once-lauded institutions from the grips of the Radical, Angry Left.  Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Talking Practice
Talking Practice: Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam

Talking Practice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 47:20 Very Popular


In this episode of Talking Practice, host Grace La interviews Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam, principals and co-founders of Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects in Atlanta, Georgia. Shortly after their studies, Mack and Merrill began their professional careers at Heery and Heery in Atlanta, Georgia, where the duo developed a deep appreciation for the productive nature of diversity and a pioneering knowledge of project management. Merrill's MBA background further enabled her to speak the language of business, a skill that later proved vital when they began their independent practice. Recounting early projects such as the Morrow Branch Library, the Clayton County Headquarters Library, and a factory building for Herman Miller, Mack and Merrill articulate their understanding of architecture as responsive to the people and contexts it serves. Finally, reflecting on the state of architectural education today, Mack and Merrill share their excitement about the entangled conditions of our time and underscore the importance of using computation intelligently. For more on the practice of Mack Scogin Merril Elam Architects, check out Harvard Design Magazine no. 48, America.   Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam are principals at Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects in Atlanta, Georgia. With over forty years of experience, Mack and Merrill have completed a wide variety of projects including single-family residences, public libraries, university dormitories, and, most recently, a federal courthouse in Austin, TX. Their work has received over fifty awards, including six national AIA Awards of Excellence, and has been featured in international publications and museum exhibitions. From 1990 – 1995, Mack served as the chairman of the department of architecture at the GSD, and is the Kajima Professor in Practice of Architecture, Emeritus.   About the Show Developed by Harvard Graduate School of Design, Talking Practice is the first podcast series to feature in-depth interviews with leading designers on the ways in which architects, landscape architects, designers, and planners articulate design imagination through practice. Hosted by Grace La, Professor of Architecture and Principal of LA DALLMAN, these dynamic conversations provide a rare glimpse into the work, experiences, and attitudes of design practitioners from around the world. Comprehensive, thought-provoking, and timely, Talking Practice tells the story of what designers do, why, and how they do it—exploring the key issues at stake in practice today. About the Host Grace La is Professor of Architecture, Chair of the Practice Platform, and former Director of the Master of Architecture Programs at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. She is also Principal of LA DALLMAN Architects, internationally recognized for the integration of architecture, engineering and landscape. Cofounded with James Dallman, LA DALLMAN is engaged in catalytic projects of diverse scale and type. The practice is noted for works that expand the architect's agency in the civic recalibration of infrastructure, public space and challenging sites. Show Credits Talking Practice is produced and edited by Maggie Janik. Our Research Assistants are John Wang and Reuben Zeiset. Contact For all inquiries, please email practicepodcast@gsd.harvard.edu.

Its New Orleans: Louisiana Eats

On this week's show, we explore backyards, balconies, and rooftops where folks are cultivating their own food. We begin with Big Okra. That's the name that gardener Jack Sweeney has given to his over 15-foot okra plant towering over his New Orleans backyard. We visit Jack and the Okra Stalk on site – but what made it grow so tall? Was it the seeds that spawned this Guinness World Records-worthy plant? We hear from the man who gave him those seeds: Jack's dad Neil, a Baton Rouge attorney who keeps his own garden behind his office. Then, we speak with Tamar Haspel, author of To Boldly Grow. The new book chronicles Tamar and her husband's adventures as they adopt a more active approach to their diet – raising livestock, growing vegetables, and even hunting their own meat. Recounting tales of their successes and failures, Tamar fills the pages with practical tips and hard-won wisdom for those looking to cultivate their own food. Finally, we explore one of the South's favorite backyard crops – the mirliton – a local favorite that was on the verge of extinction at the start of the 21st century but is now making a comeback thanks largely to the efforts of Dr. Lance Hill. We hear from the good doctor before exploring the pronunciation of the iconic squash with David Hubbell. For more of all things Louisiana Eats, be sure to visit us at PoppyTooker.com.

It's New Orleans: Louisiana Eats

On this week's show, we explore backyards, balconies, and rooftops where folks are cultivating their own food. We begin with Big Okra. That's the name that gardener Jack Sweeney has given to his over 15-foot okra plant towering over his New Orleans backyard. We visit Jack and the Okra Stalk on site – but what made it grow so tall? Was it the seeds that spawned this Guinness World Records-worthy plant? We hear from the man who gave him those seeds: Jack's dad Neil, a Baton Rouge attorney who keeps his own garden behind his office. Then, we speak with Tamar Haspel, author of To Boldly Grow. The new book chronicles Tamar and her husband's adventures as they adopt a more active approach to their diet – raising livestock, growing vegetables, and even hunting their own meat. Recounting tales of their successes and failures, Tamar fills the pages with practical tips and hard-won wisdom for those looking to cultivate their own food. Finally, we explore one of the South's favorite backyard crops – the mirliton – a local favorite that was on the verge of extinction at the start of the 21st century but is now making a comeback thanks largely to the efforts of Dr. Lance Hill. We hear from the good doctor before exploring the pronunciation of the iconic squash with David Hubbell. For more of all things Louisiana Eats, be sure to visit us at PoppyTooker.com.

Adult-Ish
Season 4, Ep. 62: How to Teach People to Treat You Like an Adult

Adult-Ish

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 35:58


What a time to be alive and what better way to return to the world than with a few boundaries? It's a part of adulthood when folks start to switch up on you, but when they start to treat you with little-to-no feedback OR tact, that's when it's time to start putting your foot down.In this new, return episode of 'Adult-ish,' host Vincent takes the lead to talk through the fine art of teaching people to treat you the way you want to be treated — like an adult. Recounting his own recent run-in with a friend, the ever-entertaining Vincent speaks through the steps he took to teach a friend how to approach him with their frustrations. Host: Afiya A.http://twitter.com/lajoliepoeta http://instagram.com/alja0214 Clubhouse @Aljaugustwww.aljathewriter.comCo-Host: Vincent Bernardhttps://www.facebook.com/vincent.bernard.543http://instagram.com/vincentbernard_83http://www.twitter.com/vincebernardAdult-ish Podcast http://twitter.com/adultishp0dcasthttp://instagram.com/adultishp0dcasthttp://facebook.com/adultishp0dcastEver had to teach someone how to treat you? Send us your boundaries at afiya@digidisnet.com.

The Mindful Movement Podcast and Community
Recounting Recent Healing Experience | Solo Episode with Les Raymond

The Mindful Movement Podcast and Community

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 42:27


In a https://youtu.be/2rKDtQOuzrM (recent mindful tip), Les mentioned a profound experience while on a solo camping trip in the woods. Some listeners have asked for more details. In this episode, Les dives into how the event unexpectedly unfolded and the surprising effects on the physical body he experienced from what seemed to be an emotional wound.  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Les and Sara on social media to stay up to date on the latest from The Mindful Movement: https://www.instagram.com/themindfulmovementpodcast/ (INSTAGRAM - @themindfulmovementpodcast) https://www.facebook.com/themindfulmovementpodcast/ (FACEBOOK)  https://www.youtube.com/c/TheMindfulMovement/ (The Mindful Movement YouTube Channel) https://www.youtube.com/c/TheMindfulMovementinMotion/ (The Mindful Movement in Motion YouTube Channel ) Join Sara from The Mindful Movement for this https://www.themindfulmovementcourses.com/foundations-of-meditation (FREE 7 Day Foundations of Mindfulness and Meditation Course.)

Live Your Best Life with Liz Wright
The Value of Honor with Liz Wright

Live Your Best Life with Liz Wright

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 31:28


It is in our nature as a new creation in Christ to see people through the eyes of God's heart. In this powerful episode, Liz shares a recent revelation she received about honor through the lens of the Kingdom. Recounting a transformational visitation from Jesus in which she experienced true honor, Liz will impart a fresh understanding and revelation of your heavenly value. Jesus is restoring our hearts in this hour and enabling us to experience just how loved and esteemed we are. Open your heart wide and receive the truth of this powerful message today. 

Smash the Bug
Tenacity of a Junior Developer – Alice Dean

Smash the Bug

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 33:32


Junior developers are a category of people we haven't explored much on this podcast yet. In this episode of Smash the Bug, we're changing that and talking with Alice Dean, a developer with Fisheye. The hunger and tenacity of junior developers is unmatched, and should not be overlooked when it comes to those we can learn from! Alice gives us some insight into what her day-to-day is like, and talks about a couple bugs she has smashed recently. Show Notes 0:00 Intro 2:29 An average day for Alice 5:43 Making the jump from Technical Account Manager to Developer 7:10 Getting the first Magento certification 10:09 A recent invoicing bug 15:00 Recounting the troubleshooting steps that Alice took 16:09 The one line fix Alice used for this challenge 17:36 Using integration tests for troubleshooting 19:50 A custom product alert module issue with 2.4.4 23:29 When the error logs aren't consistently providing helpful information 26:14 How to get Xdebug working on the CLI 29:37 Alice's advice for others getting started as a developer 32:18 Outro   Connect with Alice: LinkedIn Twitter Connect with Joseph: LinkedIn Twitter https://swiftotter.com https://twitter.com/Swift_Otter https://www.facebook.com/SwiftOtterInc Do YOU have an incredible debugging story to share? Send your story to brandym@swiftotter.com and you might be our next podcast guest! This podcast exists to inspire, educate and entertain eCommerce developers who are serious about improving their skills and advancing their careers! Have you joined the free SwiftOtter Slack community? It's exploding and we don't want you to miss out. You can join for free and get plugged into what might be the best group of collaborating developers around!

Brave Conversations with Leigh Sloan

Recounting a recent political almost-victory that spoke some key lessons on the meaning of how we act on the logic of hope when taking risky moves. Is hope blind and stupid? Or does hope really win in the end? What does hope say about our personal character?

Daily Mitzvah (Audio) - by Mendel Kaplan
Daily Mitzvah, Day 56: Recounting the Story of the Exodus

Daily Mitzvah (Audio) - by Mendel Kaplan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 22:35


Sermons
Psalm 78 A Historical Parable for Future Generations

Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022


Psalm 78: A Historical Parable for Future Generations 5 important points to understand from verses 1-8 1. Asaph's Resolve 2. God's Revelation and Requirements 3. Reward for God's People 4. Recounting a history of God's Righteousness and Israel's Rebellion 5. APPLICATION: Refocus our attention

Skullduggery
Cloud Cuckooland (w/ Alex Holder)

Skullduggery

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 52:28 Very Popular


"We're going to get charged with every crime imaginable." So said the White House Counsel, Patrick Cipollone on January 6th to White House staffer Cassidy Hutchinson. The 26 year old former Deputy to Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Hutchinson presented some of the most jaw dropping testimony yet to the January 6th Committee. Recounting how Trump was informed that morning that supporters of his with guns had gathered for his rally but were being refused admission because the weapons would be picked up by the metal detectors, or MAGs as they were known, that are always present for an event with the President. Trump in turn demanded that the MAGs be removed saying, according to Hutchinson, "They're not here to hurt me." And when later informed that the rioters were shouting, "Hang Mike Pence," Trump purportedly said that Pence, "deserved it." Trump of course has denied Hutchinson's sworn testimony, calling her, "a total phony." And some parts of what she had to say is now being disputed by someone close to the Secret Service. Has her account strengthened the case for the prosecution of Trump? And what more does the committee have in store? We talk to one of the panel's witnesses, British documentarian Alex Holder.GUESTS:Alex Holder, (@alexjholder), Award-winning documentary filmmaker including the upcoming Docu-series Unprecedented on Discovery+HOSTS:Michael Isikoff (@Isikoff), Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo NewsDaniel Klaidman (@dklaidman), Editor in Chief, Yahoo NewsVictoria Bassetti (@vbass), Senior Advisor at States United, Author of Electoral DysfunctionRESOURCES:Details about Alex Holder's upcoming Docu-series Unprecedented - Here.Who is Cassidy Hutchinson - Here.Follow us on Twitter: @SkullduggeryPodListen and subscribe to "Skullduggery" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.Email us with feedback, questions or tips: SkullduggeryPod@yahoo.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

It's a New Day with Rip Daniels
698: It's a New Day: 6-21-22: Anti-Violence Slogans

It's a New Day with Rip Daniels

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 144:24


Recounting the carnage across the country over the Juneteenth holiday weekend and gauges potential for a slogan to help quell gun violence, especially among young Black males. 

Body Counts And Beer
Episode 119 - Kung Fu Hustle (2004)

Body Counts And Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 104:43


This week we welcome returning "guests" Dee Rosenthal (Rambo III) and Julia Rigby (Predator) to discuss 2004's delightful KUNG FU HUSTLE! Listen in as they sit just off mic offering the barest words of encouragement! We got everything this episode: Too much Huckabee! Bad guitar playing! ZZ Top! Recounting of bits that aren't as funny as the bits themselves! AND MORE! Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud or pretty much anywhere fine podcasts are purveyed. Leave us a rating and review so we can pack it into a firework and blast it into the sky! Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/BodyCountCast Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/bodycountsandbeer/ Email us: bodycountsandbeer@gmail.com Let us know what you liked, what you hated, your favorite Stephen Chow, your least favorite Hustle, what movie to watch next or ANYTHING AT ALL!

Three Dudes and a Doc Podcast
Waltz With Bashir

Three Dudes and a Doc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 62:13


This week the dudes watch the fully animated 2008 documentary Waltz With Bashir. Recounting the Lebanon War in 1982 and the memories that surround it --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/threedudespod/message

Makers Method
038 - Celebration Recap Extended

Makers Method

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 100:34


​Derek "Trooper" Young and Darren "Droid" Moser are back! We talk about the greatest con crunch of our lives as we prepared for Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022 durn the past two months. Recounting each amazing day of the con, Darren's Droids and Derek's first time cosplaying. This is our longest episode yet at 90 minutes of maker discussion.

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
038 - Celebration Recap

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 100:34


​Derek "Trooper" Young and Darren "Droid" Moser are back! We talk about the greatest con crunch of our lives as we prepared for Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022 durn the past two months. Recounting each amazing day of the con, Darren's Droids and Derek's first time cosplaying.

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
038 - Celebration Recap Extended

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 100:34


​Derek "Trooper" Young and Darren "Droid" Moser are back! We talk about the greatest con crunch of our lives as we prepared for Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022 durn the past two months. Recounting each amazing day of the con, Darren's Droids and Derek's first time cosplaying. This is our longest episode yet at 90 minutes of maker discussion.

Arise and Abide
Make Your Choice

Arise and Abide

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 10:30


Reading Joshua 24:1-16 (NLT) ~ Scripture reading followed by discussion. Joshua, letting go of any leadership he has over the people, offers them the choice of following God or turning away. The importance of remembering. Recounting their story all the way back to when Abraham was with his family, his father Nahor, worshiping idols. God is faithful to His promises. Matthew 6:24, you cannot serve two masters. The story going back to Abraham's father Nahor worshiping idols shows that it doesn't matter where you started from, what matters is trusting God and living by faith. What it looks like to serve the LORD Matthew 20:25.

Ryan and Christa Jooste
Recounting The Testimonies | Episode 517

Ryan and Christa Jooste

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 26:32


Take time to keep the Word of God before your eyes and don't forget the testimonies of what He's done for you!

The Charlie Kirk Show
Recounting the Long March Toward the End of Roe with Students For Life National President Kristan Hawkins

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:00


With Charlie wrapping up his well-deserved sabbatical, we decided to air an episode he recorded one year ago—almost exactly to the day—with the National Students for Life President Kristan Hawkins to discuss the beginning of the end of Roe v. Wade which had just recently been set in motion. Enjoy this timely, vintage piece of Charlie content and continue to pray for the end abortion in America. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

You Should Check It Out
#144 - RtR: Omnium Gatherum | Vinyl Fantasy | Should Bands Tour in 2022?

You Should Check It Out

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 1:22


By way of “Review the Review” (and with Greg's consent), Nick would like to discuss “Omnium Gatherum” by King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard. It is an adventure ride through KG&LW's id, where no two, of the sixteen songs, sound alike & the first song is over 18min alone. It seems like those that love KG also love this album & those that don't hesitate to say so (hence Pitchfork's 7.3, here's the review). They are such prolific songwriters & talented musicians that it's hard not to respect them, whatever your opinion of the output.Songs: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - “Blame It On The Weather”King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - “Kepler 22B”Greg has been combing eBay for cool records that would be amazing to add to his collection & taking note of some crazy Buy It Now prices...which is the kind of situation Greg would turn into a bit…Welcome to “Vinyl Fantasy”! Contestants take a guess at the price of some highly collectible records. The closest guess without going over takes the point. Nick & Jay square off on our first of, if the name's inspiration is any clue, many many iterations to come. Hope you enjoy! Song: The 1975 - “Heart Out (Live at the O2)”Jay shared a recent Adam Neely video, detailing how his band, Sungazer, nearly lost $17,000 on a recent tour due to COVID cancellations. Neely cleverly made his video about something else though. Recounting past circumstances where bands have shared financial details from a tour, Neely calls out the perception, as exemplified by the angry comments, that musicians should starve to make a tour work. Should they have to ‘sleep in the van'? Also, given the lost revenue caused by the COVID cancellations (as in, the band members got COVID), should bands even be touring in 2022? Greg shares his thoughts and experiences and we all discuss the inherent problem with expecting adults to sleep poorly in freezing conditions to prove they love playing music. (Here's the video)Song: Mickey Gilley - “Don't the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time”

Finding Genius Podcast
Recounting An Awe-Inspiring Visit To The Museum Of Osteology With Richard Jacobs

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 25:39


In this episode, our host, Richard Jacobs walks us through his recent visit to the Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma City, OK. With the many marvels he witnessed, Richard took numerous photographs and integrated 31 of them into a book – accompanied by 7 observations of what he saw.  The Museum of Osteology focuses on the function and form of the skeletal system. It does so by displaying hundreds of skeletal remains from all over the world. The exhibits included in the museum are aimed at revealing the wonders of the vertebrate kingdom and celebrating the beauty of the natural world. Listen to this podcast to hear Richard discuss: The origins of the Museum of Osteology and the background its founder. What is held inside the walls of the museum. The 7 observations he had during his visit.  The many interesting things that bones can do. It's important to remain interested in everything we do and to ask questions to continue to grow. Richard Jacobs gives us insight into how he did just that in this fascinating story about a simple visit to a museum in Oklahoma City. Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

The Opperman Report
Recounting the Anthrax Attacks / Nelson Diaz leading Proud Boys /

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 126:02


Tonight R Scott Decker Recounting the Anthrax Attacks: Terror, the Amerithrax Task Force, and the Evolution of Forensics in the FBI Grant Stern Miami GOP Chairman Nelson Diaz leading Proud Boys hate group in attack on Democratic campaign office Patrick Andendall Deliverance from Stupidparty Land 3 years ago #6, #amerithrax, #and, #anthrax, #attacks:, #decker, #evolution, #fbi, #force, #forensics, #in, #of, #recounting, #scott, #task, #terror, #the