Today we're talking about that aching feeling that nothing's ever enough — not the house, the car or the career. These moments arise when we expect the wrong things to bring us joy. In his book “Remade for Happiness,” Bishop Fulton Sheen explains that external gifts such as wealth or fame bring temporary pleasure, but eternal happiness can only be found by building a close relationship with God. In this podcast, we learn that: - Fixating on material possessions or job success creates distractions and disappointment. - We should look for the breadcrumbs that lead us back to God. - It's not what you get in life, but what you give. DOWNLOADS Get a copy of my new eBook, "12 Ways Guys Can Get Closer to Jesus"! https://justaguyinthepew.com/ebook SUPPORT: Join the Community! I've created a brand new resource for guys called "The Narrow Road." It's a monthly booklet and accompanying videos to help guys live a life of virtue and holiness. You can join The Community and subscribe to "The Narrow Road" here: https://justaguyinthepew.com/the-narrow-road NEW: Shop the store! We have a new Just a Guy in the Pew store where you can stock up on great merch HERE: https://store.justaguyinthepew.com/
Remember Scream? Well, it's back and it looks scarier than it did in 1996 (if that's possible). [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/10/15124140/EimearsTelly_1510.mp3"][/audio] Have a look for yourself: Eimear is in for Maria's Telly this week and she joined Dermot and Dave to fill them in on what's on the box this weekend including 'Stand Up To Cancer' on Channel 4 and also there is news about not one, but two horror cult-classics! You can listen to all the bits by clicking the Play button.
In this episode, the boys rank their top 5 movies they want to see remade. The twist is that they must make all their choices from lists created by their friends and past/future podcast guests! Follow Us! Instagram: @topfivesanddeepdives Twitter: @TopDives Support the Pod! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/topfivesanddeepdives Like our intro? Check out Real Topeka People: Real Topeka People - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7MRW1I6p5KfsO16ht4nRfk?si=l8LKCa7ZRTuY99RTn9RqdQ Real Topeka People - TikTok: @realtopekapeople Real Topeka People - Instagram: @therealtopekapeople
This week the discussion is on the Best Picture nominees that were released in 1994. Bob and Mark disagree a bit on the margins, but end up finding more common ground than...uncommon? It rambles on a bit (almost 90 minutes!), perhaps because of the skipped episode missed while Bob was in Milwaukee at a wedding (only the one, and no funerals). Spoilers abound! (As ever.)Show Notes68th OscarsForrest GumpThe Shawshank RedemptionPulp FictionFour Weddings and a FuneralQuiz ShowThe DiCaprio pointing meme that Bob references. Rita Hayworth (or for actual information)Amanda Plummer's other notable roleWhat's a "palooka"?It was Walking Tall! (But it's not quite a bat, and it was '73, not the '60s. Still.) Remade a few years back with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in the Joe Don Baker role.That scene from Tropic Thunder. (NSFW language) Note: Oscar® and Academy Awards® are the trademarks and service marks of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. This podcast is neither endorsed by nor affiliated with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.Music:Intro and Outro music excerpted without alteration other than length and volume from AcidJazz by Kevin McLeod under a Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0) license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
Happy Monday! On today's IGN The Fix: Games, A lifelong fan of The Simpsons: Hit and Run has taken to remaking the game in Unreal Engine 5 and Joe McGinn, the lead designer on the original title, is impressed by the feat. Reuben Ward, an Unreal developer, has seen recent success on his YouTube channel after remaking games in Unreal Engine 5. Following a polished-up version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, the developer's latest project features a shiny new remake of The Simpsons: Hit and Run. Activision has announced that all PS5 and PS4 players will be able to participate in the Call of Duty: Vanguard Alpha on August 27 and try out the brand-new Champion Hill game mode. As revealed on PlayStation.Blog, the Alpha will run from 10am PT/1pm ET/6pm BST on August 27 through 10am PT/1pm ET/6pm BST on August 29. Activision Blizzard is currently facing serious ongoing allegations of harassment and mistreatment of marginalized workers. To learn more, please visit our timeline as well as our in-depth report on the subject. In a new developer deep-dive for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Eidos-Montreal senior audio director, Steve Szczepkowski revealed just how integral music is incorporated into Guardians of the Galaxy. Rather than just a soundtrack, music will also factor into combat as well as Star-Lord's backstory. In a twist on Peter Quill's backstory, Eidos-Montreal revealed that the name Star-Lord is taken from Peter's favorite band growing up, and not some name he picked up because it sounds cool. Kim has all that in your Daily Fix!
David Walker is joined by Clayton Trutor, author of the forthcoming book "Loserville: How Professional Sports Remade Atlanta - and How Atlanta Remade Professional Sports" to talk about the Falcons, Braves, Hawks and the incredibly interesting history of bringing these teams to the South. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We're all aware of the environmental challenges we face as a society and that there is an imperative to alter our behaviours accordingly but throwing the odd bit of plastic in the recycling bin isn't going to be sufficient to achieve sustainability. A culture shift is needed and one company in Glasgow is trying to make that happen on a city wide scale. Sophie Unwin is the Founder of Remade Network, she joined Sean on the show. Listen and subscribe to Moncrieff on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
It's time for another topic episode. Every episode we decide if the remake should have happened and we have discussed movies that should never be remade; but now we decide what movies should be remade! We are now on YouTube!Listen to our other great podcast, Ruin My Childhood, starring Mike and Kat! Available every other Friday!Get a free audio book and one free month of audible on us! AudibleTrial.com/MDXpodsSupport us on Patreon.com/MDXpods and help get Mike his webshooters and microphone stands!Check us out on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Check us out at MDXpods.comListen on the go on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, and YouTube.Follow Alex on Instagram and Twitter!Leave us a voicemail to ask us a question! Call 64MDXpods1 (646-397-6371)
Today on The Jason Smith Show, Jason and Mike discuss the Lakers deep splash in Free Agency including bringing in Carmelo Anthony, Kendrick Nunn & Malik Monk. The Dodgers play the Astros for the first time since their cheating scandal and Dodgers fans let the Astros hear it! The guys discuss the massive contract extension the Warriors gave to Steph Curry. Plus, the guys discuss what's next for Simone Biles. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
We have a jam packed show this week with Chad, Chris, and Keith talking about what games they want to see Remade Into woke and Westerns, Netherrealm Studios not releasing anymore DLC for MK11, Chad gives his thoughts on Werewolf Within, the guys discuss if Tomorrow War was any good, that old Bill Cosby, Chris and Chad try out a shark tank product called Boom Boom, and a hell of a lot more! #billcosby #tomorrowwar #werewolveswithin #westerns #mortalkombat #mortalkombat11 #netherrealmstudios #boomboom #fanboyandthesnob #movies #predator #texaschainsaw #horror #podcast #podcasting #coolguys --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fanboyandthesnob/support
Today we have a special guest, Dr. Clayton Trutor, Editor, Down the Drive, freelance writer and Author of Loserville, How Professional Sports Remade Atlanta and How Atlanta Remade Professional Sports. Dr. Clayton discusses his new book, and some history of college football, both throughout Georgia and nationwide. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support
Welcome to a lil' episode of WWWW! We are joined by Chako Stryck to count down the five movies we would like to see remade by Studio Ghibli and the director Hayao Miyazaki. If you enjoy the episode, please rate us on Apple Podcasts and have your five-star review read on the next episode in the booming voice of KRONK from the hit 2000's flick The Emperor's New Groove! Follow us at @WhatWillWeWatch? Guest @vonstryck Produced by @WillemOzland Music by @JoshPolanco
The Neekz discuss the Remaking, Remastering, Re-Releasing of video games. If you want to communicate with the Neekz, please feel free to follow their social media. Like, Comment, Share, and Subscribe for more updated episodes. Instagram: nerdsofthesquare Twitter: nerdssq_table Facebook: NerdsOfTheSquare Youtube: Nerds Of The Square Table Anchor: nsqt Spotify: NSQT Talks Apple Podcast: NSQT Talks Google Podcast: NSQT Talks --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nsqt/support
With Pastor Greg out on vacation this week, we want to welcome Steve Helling and Mike Monette to the podium to lead this week's services. Jim Haugerud and Debbie Teig provide their musical talents. Visit us online at NUICParish.org to support this podcast and our continued ministry.
A recent Patreon question gave us our talking point for this week - will the Original Trilogy ever be remade especially given advancements in technology and changing attitudes. We discuss that, take YOUR opinions, and end with us assigning each EURO 2020 qualified nation a Star Wars character... For all your Sessions needs, head to starwarssessions.co.uk // Find and support us on PATREON at patreon.com/starwarssessions // Don't forget to rate, review, subscribe, and share! You can find us on Twitter (@starwarssession) and Instagram (@starwarssessions) so come talk the Wars with us! We post polls, questions, and thoughts on both socials, and the results/comments are featured on the episodes as well. Send your voice messages to email@example.com and we'll get them on the show. Catch the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and all good podcast platforms. Thanks again for listening – your continued support is so appreciated by us. MTFBWY.
Jason Harris: 2 Corinthians 3:15 - 3:18 In the first sermon of our new series “How To Be Human (Again),” we explore Jesus' central task to renew us in God's image. How does this work? How does it actually take place in our lives? What is our responsibility in this? This sermon addresses those questions and reveals that only through Christ are we transformed and fully made human again.
Beginning in the early 16th century, bureoning international trade markets transported new products--and new fashions--around the globe, effectively transforming material cultures in ways which still resonate to this day. Dr. Beverly Lemire joins us to discuss her book Global Trade and the Transformation of Consumer Cultures: The Material World Remade, c. 1500-1820. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This week Bryant and Todd breakdown their favorite remakes/remasters! Check it! If you want to reach out you can find us on Twitter @stt_pod, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or like us on Facebook at facebook.com/skipthetutorialpod.Remember, leave us a review on iTunes and we'll read the best and worst review every week! You can also join us on discord.gg/meWvcmA https://www.loucbd.com/ref/sttpod/ - For all your CBD needs --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skip-the-tutorial2/support
This week, we would like to introduce you to Ctrl-Alt-Destroy, another show from Realm (formerly known as Serial Box), the studio that brought you ReMade. Listen and subscribe to Ctrl-Alt-Destroy wherever you get your podcasts, or visit https://www.realm.fm/shows/ctrl-alt-destroy Starring Firefly’s Summer Glau, Tandy is a video game designer who discovers that the game she created has been stolen as part of a top secret project—and might be the only thing keeping the world from plunging into war. While battling monsters and exploring dungeons in the world of Alternis, nations compete for real-world resources, and losing has catastrophic consequences. They stole her game...and now she must join their fight. But in a futuristic world where losing has catastrophic consequences, is the game itself playing fair? Ctrl-Alt-Destroy is a Realm production. Listen away.
This episode open with one of the best moments: Steve speaking Spanish! A day after Another Round won the Oscar for Best International Feature Film it was announced that it was going to be remade for American audiences with a possible starting vehicle for Leonardo DiCaprio. This prompted the idea of talking about the idea of remaking international films in America by Hollywood. We have an awesome conversation of what can be gained or lost when remaking them, what are some of the implications fo doing this, and we list some International Films that have been remade by Hollywood. Some you know of and others maybe not. We also discuss some hot topics for the week like the trailer for Venom: Let it be Carnage and the HUGE NEWS that the Golden Globes WILL NOT be aired in 2022. SHOCKER! Take a listen! Please subscribe on... iTunes Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/split-reel-podcast/id1550832640 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/5I3fH6W3H5JNULTLIQPbe8 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/splitreelpodcast/message
Greetings, dear listeners. In this week's episode, the gang discusses their feelings on remade and remastered video games. Are they necessary? Or at what point is a remake/remaster a good idea? Also... is it just lazy? It might just be lazy. Anyways, let us know what you think!
Here are some of the headlines we hit on in this episode: Author Jesse Berrett's observations of the growth of the NFL in the 1960's and how it influenced American politics. Grab your own copy of Mr. Berrett's book https://www.press.uillinois.edu/books/catalog/74wpw7ce9780252041709.html (Pigskin Nation: How the NFL Remade American Politics.) Look up https://jesseberrett.com/ (Jesse at his website here). Come join us at the https://pigskindispatch.com/ (Pigskin Dispatch website) to see even more Positive football news! Sign up to get daily football history headlines in your email inbox @ https://pigskindispatch.com/home/Email-subscriber (Email-subscriber) We also feature great music by Mike and Gene Monroe along with Jason Neff & great graphics from time to time from the folks at http://www.gridiron-uniforms.com/GUD/controller/controller.php?action=main (Gridiron-Uniform Database). Want more Sports History delivered to your ears, come see this podcast and many more at the https://sportshistorynetwork.com/ (Sports History Network - The Headquarters of Sports' Yesteryear!) We would like to thank the https://footballfoundation.org/ (National Football Foundation), https://www.profootballhof.com/players/ (Pro Football Hall of Fame), https://www.onthisday.com/ (On this day.com) and https://www.pro-football-reference.com/ (Pro Football Reference) Websites for the information shared with you today. Support this podcast
Whether you call them titans or Kaiju, these two are iconic movie monsters. Godzilla has long reigned as the King of the Monsters, defeating all adversaries as both destroyer and protector. King Kong was unveiled as the Eighth Wonder of the World in the eponymous 1933 film, now he’s the last surviving member of his race, reigning over Skull Island. In this episode from the vault, we went exploring Legendary’s Monsterverse and their renditions of the giant ape and atomic lizard on the big screen, as well as Kong’s journey from the 1930’s to now. Since their debut, these creatures’ stories have been told and retold. Remade and reimagined. We look back to Kong’s beginnings and his various cinematic outings. King Kong (Merian C. Cooper, 1933) features legendary stop-motion animation from Willis O’Brien. King Kong (John Guillermin, 1976) stars Jeff Bridges and Jessica Lange in a big budget Dino DeLaurentiis production that relies more heavily on a man in a suit for its effects. King Kong (Peter Jackson, 2005) carves out a performance from motion capture and CG-animation. We also touch on Mighty Joe Young (Ron Underwood, 1998) as well as his first title fight in King Kong vs. Godzilla (Ishiro Honda, 1962). In the first American attempt since Godzilla (Roland Emmerich, 1998) is realised more closely to his Japanese heyday outings. He looms large and defeats the MUTOs to protect humanity in Godzilla (Gareth Edwards, 2014). When he’s brought back, the roster of titans expands as we’re introduced to Mothra, Rodan and King Ghidorah in Godzilla: King of the Monsters (Michael Dougherty, 2019). The godlike being stares down the opposition and obliterates them in epic fashion. The performance capture of these larger than life creatures are carried through the films by T.J. Storm as Godzilla and both Terry Notary and Toby Kebbell contributing to Kong and are big factor as to why they’re so fun to watch. Others being the spectacle in scale, cinematography, choreography and action, with Skull Island excelling in its vivid colour palette too. Not all the humans are forgettable, we do highlight our favourite characters. Plus we touch briefly on Shin Godzilla (Hideaki Anno, 2016) and Rampage (Brad Peyton, 2018). Finally, we theorise about how Godzilla and Kong will fare in the match-up teased at the time. You can tune in next week to hear what we thought of Godzilla vs Kong (Adam Wingard, 2021). And those of you who want to hear our thoughts on on the Oscars might be able to find us on Discord when they air… Timestamps: King Kong (1933) (03:30) King Kong (1976) (6:06) Mighty Joe Young (1998) (14:53) King Kong (2005) (28:35) Kong: Skull Island (2017) (36:41) King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962) (1:00:35) Godzilla (2014) (1:09:20) Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) (1:20:45) Rampage (2018) (1:39:00) Follow Us: You can find us online via DIY Film School: Facebook Instagram Twitter Our Website (under construction) Subscribe on Apple Podcasts
The dads try and be cool in front of their DIY expert mate in this weeks edition. Rob Fawcett from Raw Home is the guest this week and his amazing beard matches his fantastic DIY skills. Rob talks through his upcycling experiences as well as his current work on TV on BBC 2's Saved and Remade. Inspired (and possibly slightly delusional) the dads decide to go head to head in a "Lamp Challenge". Competing to produce the best functional lamp from something they've found around the home - if both manage to get through without losing fingers we'll all be happy!! This weeks review is done by Andie who talks through the game Top Trumps. Andy cant manage to get through five minutes without cracking a fart gag either! we really shouldn't expect anything else from him. There are HUUUUGEE lessons learnt from the dads this week - One gains "dad points" and the other fails badly - have a listen to see who's who! Big thanks to everyone who's downloaded any episode, your support is greatly appreciated. Check out Rob's website www.raw-home.co.uk and follow him across the social media platforms. You can also catch him on BBC2 at 6:30pm on weekdays or catch up on the BBC iplayer.
Hollywood has a bad habit of taking perfect or near perfect movies and remaking them for no reason other than to make money. We're not down with that! So we're giving you the 10 movies that we think actually warrant remakes. Check it out! Music by @junoandtheechodog --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
When people talk about music piracy, it almost always carries a 21st century slant— Napster, Pirates Bay, iPods and so on. As it turns, battles over who has a right to make and sell music has a FAR longer history, one that stretches from the jazz loving Hot Record Society in the 1940s to acid-fried hippies trying to take Dylan to the people, and the battles around sampling that reshaped hip hop in the 90s. To learn more, we talked to Dr. Alex Sayf Cummings, whose book “Democracy of Sound” dives into the long and messy story of how folks on the outside of the industry (and often, the law) remade the systems of copyright and ownership that define our favorite sonic commodity. Come for the Basement Tapes and Biz Markie. Stay for the story of Modular Records, owned and operated by FBI undercover agents.
Sermon Overview: Jesus has disarmed the conspirators of death: the principalities and powers of the air who enslave us. Therefore, let us rise up fearless and follow the Lord. Scripture Reading: 1 Cor 15:47-58
For the past year or so, rumors have been going around claiming that Sonic Adventure 1&2 will be possibly getting the remake treatment for Sonic's 30th anniversary. Eric and his friend AJ discuss whether or not these remakes should happen, and what they can expect. Join our Discord server: https://discord.gg/9uqjdD Follow our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/geeks_crossing/ #Sonic #Sonic Adventure #Sonic Adventure2 #Sega #Remake #Rant #Discussion #comedy #entertainment #geeks #geekscrossing --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week, Nathaniel Rich, award-winning journalist and author of Second Nature: Scenes From a World Remade joins the show to talk about what he's learned covering the scientists, politicians, and corporations that are reshaping our planet and its inhabitants for better and for worse. About Our Guest: Nathaniel Rich is an award-winning journalist and author. In 2019, he wrote "Losing Earth: A Recent History", and his 2016 New York Times Magazine article "The Lawyer Who Became DuPont's Worst Nightmare" was turned into the feature film "Dark Waters". Buy Second Nature: Scenes From a World Remade Further Reading/Listening: Our conversation with Rob Bilott Our conversation with Zephyr Teachout Subscribe to our Substack newsletter "The Climate Weekly": https://theclimateweekly.substack.com/ As always, follow us @climatepod on Twitter and email us at email@example.com. Our music is "Gotta Get Up" by The Passion Hifi, check out his music at thepassionhifi.com. Rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! Subscribe to our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook group. Check out our updated website!
Inspired by last week's random game, we're taking a look at 10 different modern Kpop songs that are actually remakes of popular Korean songs from the past! Some of them are literally exactly the same, some take great creative liberties, and some are just straight up better or worse that the original. Which ones do you like best? Then, a boy group in the random game who sings in Spanish(!!).youtube playlist of videos watched for this ep: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-8Wdlv0O5P7lrIsvBZAThIPIduPQ0UgF See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode, Phillip welcomes Tim back, from Lighting Up The Marquee Podcast. The two of them talk about Tim's latest podcast episode, and then they dive into what Phillip's been watching; American Masters presents Mae West: Dirty Blonde (2020) (Amazon Prime), What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael (2020) (Amazon Prime), Assault on Precinct 13 (1976) (HBOMax), Goonies (1985) (I own it.), Chandler (1971) (TCM), Thomasine and Bushrod (1974) (Criterion Channel), and A Fistful of Dollars (I own it.). Then the 2 of them dive deep into the 1964 Sergio Leone' classic, A Fistful of Dollars. It's a fun quick show and they talk about which was better Yojimbo or Fistful. Hope you enjoy. Come back next week for The World's Finest Pt. 1, as Chip and Phillip prepare for Zack Snyder's Justice League by going back to 1978 and talking about Superman The Movie.
This week on the podcast Phillip is joined by the host of Lighting Up The Marquee Podcast, Tim Martin. The two of them talk about Kurosawa's 1961 classic Yojimbo. First though Phil flies solo with some corrections from last week's show, and fills us in on what he's been watching; Manhattan Melodrama (1934) (TCM), Al Capone (1959) (TCM), Splash (1984) (Disney +), The Doorway to Hell (1930) (TCM), The Blues Brothers (1980) (I own it.), My Dinner With Herve (2018) (HBOMax), The Shooting (1966) (HBOMax), Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance (2015) (Tubi), and Malone (1987) (Amazon Prine). Then we hear Tim and Phillip getting to know each other and geeking out over movies. At 43:45 they start talking about Yojimbo. It's a good movie and great show. Hope you enjoy. Come back next week for Akira Kurosawa Remade Pt. 2: A Fistful of Dollars (1964)
Kent Dickerson is a creative writer, preacher and watch maker. We talk about finding our niche in creativity how it can help when we come up against a difficult struggle in life, his book REMADE and why he wrote it and the new path he is on now helping men overcome their addiction to porn. Find out more about Kent on his website RemadePreacher.com
In this episode we break down movies that should NEVER be remade! We also chat about our thoughts on using CGI to bring actors back to life! What are your thoughts?? Hit us up @sidequestpod or find us on www.sidequestpod.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/side-quest-pod/support
[REBROADCAST FROM FEBRUARY 13, 2020] Curator Barbara Haskell and assistant curator Marcela Guerrero join us to discuss a new exhibit at The Whitney Museum of American Art called Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925-1945, which closes on January 31st.
With vaccinations underway, we’re edging closer and closer to the end of the pandemic. This week, On The Media looks at how the pandemic has shaped what’s possible for the future — from the built environment to the way we work to the way we learn. 1. Sam Kling [@SamKling2], American Council of Learned Societies public fellow, on whether cities like New York were bound to become hubs for disease. Listen. 2. Vanessa Chang [@vxchang], lecturer at California College of the Arts, explains how pandemics of the past have been instrumental in shaping architecture; Mik Scarlet [@MikScarlet] delineates the social model of disability; and Sara Hendren [@ablerism], author of What Can A Body Do?: How We Meet the Built World, describes how the wisdom of people with disabilities can inform the redesign our post-pandemic world. Listen. 3. OTM reporter Micah Loewinger [@micahloewinger] tells the story of how distance learning saved his friend's life. Listen.