Repetition of similar sounds in language
On this week's episode of our weekly Nintendo gaming podcast AJ & Parker discuss their thoughts on Mario Party Superstars, Metroid Dread's October 2021 sales, the 2022 games lineup for Switch so far, Twitch getting a Switch app, Happy Home Paradise, Pokemon controversy and how Pokemon Company handles it, YouTube removing public dislike count, community Q&A, & MORE! Timestamps 0:00 - Housekeeping 1:45 - What We're Playing 26:09 - Great Metroid Dread Sales! & Metroid Prime Remake? 41:40 - 2022 on Switch is looking Swell 54:55 - Twitch is on Nintendo's Hardware with a Rhyming name 57:40 - Happy Home Paradise makes a smort decision & 2.0 is the end! 1:05:55 - Pokemon Balance between fan feedback and creator vision 1:27:25 - Youtube is Hiding the Dislike Count 1:37:42 - More Nintendo DLC coming to NSO? 1:48:45 - Q&A (and cameo from a baby) AJ's last video: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Parker's last video: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Watch an Action Point ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... ------------------------------------------------------------ Want to be a part of our Community? ------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to the new home for our Nintendo gaming podcast Directly to You on YouTube! ➡️http://bit.ly/DTYonYT ------------------------------------------------------------ Support the Channel! ------------------------------------------------------------ AMAZON SHOP - Buy what you normally would AND support F4! ↘️ https://www.amazon.com/shop/fanatixfour ------------------------------------------------------------ Like Audio Podcasts? ------------------------------------------------------------ LISTEN ON ANCHOR! ➡️ https://anchor.fm/directly-to-you RATE US ON iTUNES! ➡️ https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/d... RATE US ON GOOGLE PLAY! ➡️ https://play.google.com/music/listen#... ------------------------------------------------------------ Join The Discussion On Social Media ------------------------------------------------------------ ► Twitter - https://twitter.com/FanatixFour ► Aj's Twitter - https://twitter.com/AMcRaeJr ► Parker's Twitter - https://twitter.com/ParkerDeal ► Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fanatixf ► Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/fanatixfour #directlytoyou #dty #fanatixfour #nintendoswitch --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dty/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dty/support
In which we kick about with music at weddings, spin-off groups, the bracing challenge of Trout Mask Replica, why pop music needs no awards, the Lionel Blair gag on I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, a 42-disc boxset, skippable album tracks, the Stones still playing Midnight Rambler, McCartney on LP Hartley, Hamlet and Dylan Thomas, and rhyming slang we'd never heard – eg lunch: “a pint of Shaun Ryder, two Bills and a Giorgio Armani”. Plus the tragedy of the Astroworld Festival. That Lionel Blair and Sammy Davis tap-off in 1961:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrS_XEBuFSU Bob Lefsetz on the rock festival safety crisis:https://lefsetz.com/wordpress/2021/11/06/astroworld/Word In Your Ear live in London on November 22nd: https://john-ilsley-more-tba.eventbrite.co.ukSubscribe to Word In Your Ear on Patreon and receive every future Word Podcast before the rest of the world... and with full visuals!: https://www.patreon.com/wordinyourear Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Please stay safe and healthy! If you can afford it and love what we do, please consider supporting our show by becoming a BTT Podcast Patreon Member! Also, purchase a BTT Podcast t-shirt or two from our Pro Wrestling Tees Store! This week's Time Stamps for our NWA Saturday Night on TBS recap from June 2, 1990 review are as follows: Opening Shenanigans, Doc won't stop talking about the Cowboys ( 0:01:08 ) Doc hates baseball but is terrible at explaining why and why are they playing day baseball games in the championship series? ( 0:04:10 ) There's no way Harper watched this week's episode and we do the math on the reason why. ( 0:11:25 ) Patreon shout outs. Become a patron! https://www.patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory, ANNUAL MEMBERSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE. SAVE 10% WHEN SIGNING UP FOR THE YEAR! And Mike's friend Ahmad coins the term Caucasoid? ( 0:12:04 ) Send in your 5-star reviews to Apple Podcasts and Podcast Addict and get a FREE shoutout! NWA Sat Night on TBS recap from June 2, 1990. ( 0:14:30 ) Tracy Smothers has his poem and rap going strong for the first time in WCW and it's TREE-MENDOUS! ( 0:57:09 ) Ratings and Rolex Time. ( 1:40:08 ) Harper's Wildkat Sports Tracy Smothers story when Tracy drained the vein and greeted Harper. ( 1:45:20 ) Information on Harper's Video Shoutout, Life and Relationship Advice. ( 1:47:45 ) Information regarding Harper's Video Shoutouts and we play Harper's first shoutout in case you're not on social media! 1. First things first, email Harper with the details of what you want in your video shoutout or who the shoutout is too. His email address is ChrisHarper16Wildkat@gmail.com. Also in that email tell him what your paypal address is. 2. Paypal him $20. Harper's PayPal is, get your pen and paper out, firstname.lastname@example.org. 3. Harper will then send you the video to the email address that you emailed him from requesting your video shoutout. That's it! Don't email the show email address. Email Harper. If you missed any of those directions, hit rewind and listen again. Official BTT Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BookingTheTerritory BTT Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/281458405926389/ Pay Pal: https://www.paypal.me/BTTPod Follow us on Twitter @BTT_Podcast, @Mike504Saints, @CJHWhoDat and Like us on Facebook.
The Kiddie Table , is written and illustrated by Colleen Madden, published by Capstone Editions, a Capstone imprint, in 2018. Everyone can relate to this story, especially as the holiday season approaches, because we have all experienced what the main character is going through! The importance of controlling strong emotions is stressed in the follow-up discussion. Rhyming words are also highlighted by Miss Joan.
Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Monday October 4, 2021
The steamboat passed the port and he looked out at the brown, muddy water. The heat was failing and the humidity began to soak his clothes. Soon it would be twilight and the lighting bugs would begin to flash on the shoreline. As the boat moved downriver, he saw an old wooden raft hitched to a tree near the shore. It had a battered steering rudder, and the logs that were tied together looked so beaten he would have guessed it impossible to serve any function other than kindling. He watched the water move the raft back and forth and smiled to himself, thinking about the hands that made it and what possible experiences someone might have on a craft like that. He turned to the north in the direction they were heading and wondered how a craft like that could get up the river without capsizing. He wondered what would have happened if he had a craft like that. It didn't make sense now, but it would have been wonderful for his youth. He wondered how he might have used it. He wondered, and he dreamed. Join us as we teach you about Mark Twain, his life, and his contribution to the literary world. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/15minutehistory/support
It's ALPHABET WEEK! LET'S GET GOING! Scottish author MaSSiMo delivers cute animals rhymes to aid retention and help you learn the alphabet. Author: MaSSiMo Visit Us at: StoryCub.com Storytime that is both fun and educational, your child will enjoy and learn from our online Video Picture Books™ It's Storytime, Anytime℠ - Viewed in more than 150 countries! Our early childhood mission is to promote reading while enhancing skills needed to be successful in life. StoryCub™ - Video Picture Books™ take on issues such as problem-solving, decision-making, responsibility, and getting along with others. Storytime that is both fun and educational, your child will enjoy and learn from our online Video Picture Books.™ StoryCub™ is bridging the gap between the traditional and digital storytime experience. Recognized by the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) for the way it connects parents and educators with authors and publishers of children's picture books in today's digital world. A bedtime favorite, parent reviews include viewing StoryCub™ at restaurants, before naptime, at breakfast, in the car, cruising through the mall, and of course at bedtime. Our video bedtime stories have become a nightly ritual for families around the world. Free online children books read aloud, perfect for children in kindergarten, preschool, as well as toddlers, early-learners, special needs...KIDS OF ALL AGES! Watch the best-recommended kids video storybooks. It's Always Storytime Here.℠ Parents, Read With Your Kids! © MMXXI StoryCub, Inc. All Rights Reserved. StoryCub, Video Picture Books, It's Storytime, Anytime, and the StoryCub logo are trademarks of StoryCub, Inc. FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. A public performance license must be obtained before viewing this and any content from StoryCub, Inc. in venues including, but not limited to, public libraries, private clubs, and religious and/or educational institutions. This legal requirement applies regardless of whether an admission fee is charged, whether the institution or organization is commercial or non-profit, or whether a federal or state agency is involved. To obtain a Public Performance License, please contact: StoryCub, Inc. StoryCub.com/contact StoryCub is an Early Childhood Education project.
This conversation runs the gamut of topics from love, loss and death, to everything in between, because this album tackles all these issues as well. My guest tonight is the multi talented musician and audio engineer, Jared Mann of bands such as Twin Foxes, Willow, Great Western States and more. We recorded this episode at his studio Distorted Forest and had such a great time discussing one of his inspirational records, Jets To Brazil's Orange Rhyming Dictionary. If you like Jets..., you may like Twin Foxes, and if you like Twin Foxes, you may like Jets To Brazil. We ask that you check out Twin Foxes albums here: https://twinfoxes.bandcamp.com/ where you can still pre order their latest album on vinyl, Broken Bell. And if you like the way their albums sound, well all their material was recorded at Distorted Forest. If you need to record and are in the RI area we strongly suggest you find them here: https://www.distortedforeststudio.com If you'd like to know more about us and how to support our show, please visit www.psychicstatic.net Thank you! Theme song written and performed by Jeff Robbin of 123 Astronaut.
Actor, writer and musician David Duchovny sits down with Sodajerker to discuss the writing of his third album Gestureland. David discusses the collaborative process, similarities with his work in other art forms, and why the recording is not the final word on a song.
This isn't your standard Into Words, today I'm mixing things up. Much like the guest I'm speaking to, I don't do things by the book. A writer of verse and, as she describes, a head that's full of rhymes, but it's a dash of subtle comedy that sets her aside. She's been called the Dr Seuss of Modern Dating, but not like Sam I Am - instead she's making literature ‘cool' on TikTok and the 'gram. But before I get too carried away and ruin poetry completely, I'd like you to meet Martha MacDonald (@marthawrites) – I promise, you're in for a treaty!
Can you use all of these words in a sentence? Orange, Month, Silver, Spirit, Chimney, Purple, Woman, Ninth ☕️ Today's To-Go Cup: “You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don't try.” ~ Julio Beverly Sills What is fear of failure stopping you from trying before you even begin? ***************************** Add a bit of zen in your mornings with our http://www.connectovercoffee.link/mmm (Morning Moment Matter Box) where we guide you through a practice that engages your body, mind, and heart in the time it takes to brew your morning coffee! We'd love to connect with you on https://www.facebook.com/connectovercoffeepodcast (Facebook) or https://www.instagram.com/connectovercoffee (Instagram) at Connect Over Coffee! http://connectovercoffee.net/ (Connect Over Coffee)
This episode contains audio from a two short videos I recorded while driving to and from work on a variety of topics (apologies if the audio is less than ideal): - How the Star Wars films and history "rhyme" with prior events (not necessarily "repeat") - Conspiracies/symbolism in the Harry Potter films (I'll be doing deep dives into other franchises like HP in "Side Quest" episodes in the future) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conspiracyintheforce/support
With all the new homes under construction in my development, it's hard not to look back through my poetry books and pluck out this little gem to share with you all this week. It's a silly little ode written when I moved into a house I'd bought many years ago, full of optimism as a homeowner after years of renting a place. Hey everyone, this is where I remind you that this podcast can't continue forever without your support! Pick up one of my poetry books, tell a friend about the podcast, the usual rate and review stuff. Links to purchase all my books (poetry and otherwise, if you're so inclined) can be found at my site: https://LefthandRob.net There's also a link there to some Social Justice causes that could use your money to keep doing their good work. To my long-time listeners, thanks for sticking around! For all the new folks, welcome!
Tonight, we have a set of short stories. Stories about ghosts and zombies. About Loch Ness Monsters and ghosts playing at midnight. About Big sisters and younger brothers and taking your pet dragon to the vet.Presenting the "Rhyming Stories Collection", each written by Michael Alexander.You can purchase this talented authors book on Amazon, here: www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=until+wishes+are+fulfilledPlease leave a comment or review, and subscribe to the show!Support Tales by the Fireside: www.talesbythefireside.com/support See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“Where there's a journey, there's sacrifice” - Nikita Emtsov It has always been our goal that listeners hear themselves in the guests we interview on this podcast because it's only when you relate to a person that their story and message resonates and moves you to action. Nikita Emstov is a perfect representation of the professionals in the Art of Coaching community and in this episode you'll hear his raw depiction of the challenges (from self-acceptance and mental health struggles to finding a unique niche and vocation) we all go through in pursuit of our own hero's journey. Nikita is a Russian-born, Toronto-based strength coach and certified personal trainer. Having pursued a plethora of creative vocations over the last 15 years—some of which have included stage acting, filmmaking, songwriting, and graphic design—he has faced plenty of challenges finding his place in the world before developing a passion for weightlifting and- ultimately- coaching. After finding a multitude of unexpected mental health and creativity-related benefits in his pursuit of strength, Nikita has made it his mission to help other creative storytellers get physically and mentally stronger and make training part of their own Hero's Journey. We discuss: Ways to balance perfectionism and creativity - are they truly at odds? Why we should use storytelling to script our own “hero's journey” How to listen to and utilize our internal voice for good Methods for relinquishing control and embracing uncertainty Connect with Nikita: Via Instagram: @nickemstov The clock is ticking on 2021 Apprenticeship dates. We only have a few spots left at each location. Don't delay, book your spot today! (Rhyming unintentional) Upcoming Apprenticeships: Chicago, IL - July 24-25: Available! Seattle, WA - August 28-29: Available! Boston, MA - September 11-12: Available! Nashville, TN - September 25-26: Available! *NEW* Asheville, NC - November 13-14!
Today on the show, BPF trainer and writer John Phythyon and copywriting guru Abigail Dunard tackle an author-submitted blurb to dissect it and understand how to write killer sales copy. To watch video of this episode, view it on Facebook at Best Page Forward. Here are this episode's read-along selections: Blurb: Kate the Kitty Goes Potty by Kristine Hokstad-Myzyri Is potty training going slow? You are not alone. Make potty training fun! Includes a free potty chart, coloring pages, and worksheets. Kate loves to play outside. But today, playtime is at stake when strange noises in her tummy disturb her. Kate worries when her belly growls like a bear. What is making the sounds? Will she reach the potty in time and complete all the steps, or will she miss playtime? Story-driven step-by-step guide to potty training Rhyming prompts to make learning fun Written by a child care professional Beautifully illustrated A happy, potty-trained toddler in just one easy step. That step is ‘Add to Cart'. Targeted Takeaway: Have you ever solved a problem? You know, one of those big problems? The kind that vexes you, that seems like a giant mountain you could never climb? I'm certain you have. Every one of us has experienced that sense of cutting the Gordian Knot. And it's a powerful, satisfying feeling. Accomplishment makes us feel alive, strong, potent. When we read, we want that same sensation. In literature, we call this agency. Your MC needs to be able to act on the universe, shape it, master it. They need to be in control of their own destiny. And you have to show this in your book description. Your protagonist should always be the subject of the sentence. To have agency, the protag must perform the action, not have it forced on them. Make them the master of their destiny. Everyone wants agency – in their lives and in their literary heroes. Make sure your protagonist has it and that it shows up in the blurb. Readers will thank you with sales.
On today's episode I'd like to share with you my latest audiobook entitled, The Candle of Crest – A Rhyming Epic-Adventure! Also known as audio dramas, or graphic audio, this version features a fully rhyming magical tale complete with music and sound effects. As Earth's only magical The post Ep88 – The Candle Of Crest – A Rhyming Epic Adventure appeared first on Chapter One Podcast.
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Dive into these clues and see if you can come with a pair of key words that rhyme for your answer! Fact of the Day: A baby spider is called a spiderling. THE FIRST TRIVIA QUESTION STARTS AT 02:39 Theme song by www.soundcloud.com/Frawsty Bed Music: "The Lift" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ PLAY TRIVIA WITH BUDDS live on FB Live (and sometimes Zoom!) A full hour interactive show streams often nightly at 7pm PST. See lineup of shows and topics at www.TriviaWithBudds.com under the events section towards the bottom of the homepage. Watch the shows at www.Facebook.com/ryanbudds or www.Facebook.com/TriviaWithBudds http://TriviaWithBudds.comhttp://Facebook.com/TriviaWithBudds http://Twitter.com/ryanbudds http://Instagram.com/ryanbudds Book a party, corporate event, or fundraiser anytime by emailing email@example.com or use the contact form here: https://www.triviawithbudds.com/contact SUPPORT THE SHOW: www.Patreon.com/TriviaWithBudds Send me your questions and I'll read them/answer them on the show. Also send me any topics you'd like me to cover on future episodes, anytime! Cheers. SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL MY PATREON SUBSCRIBERS INCLUDING: Veronica Baker, Alexander Calder, Sarah Zimmerman, Greg Bristow, Brenda and Mo Martinez, Alex DeSmet, Brad Pepe, Dillon Enderby, Greg Workman, Manny Cortez, Joe Finnie, Amy Jeppesen, Greg Nelson, Ian Schulze, Jen Wojnar, Joan Bryce, Kalia Marie, Simon Time, Jess Whitener, Kyle Bonnin, Brian Salyer, Casey OConnor, Christy Shipley, Cody Roslund, Connor Reynolds, Dan Papallo, Erika Cooper, Greg Heinz, James Brown, Jim Fields, John Mihaljevic, Lauren Ward, Matt Pawlik, Matt Frost, Megan Acuna, Marissa Cuthbertson, Sabrina Gianonni, Seqouya Gallo, Sweet Abby Cakes, Wreck My Podcast, Feana Nevel, Katelyn Reik, Mark and Sarah Haas, Melissa Chesser, Paul McLaughlin, Shaun Delacruz, Clayton Polizzi, Cody Welter, Joe Jermolowicz, Joey Mucha, Kathryn Mott, Kyle Hendrickson, Luke Mckay, Mona Bray, Pamela Yoshimura, Paul Doronila, Rich Hyjack, Ricky Carney, Dana Quinley, Robert Casey, Russ Friedewald, Willy Powell, D. Kai Nashoba, Patrick Leahy, Alexandra Pepin, Kate Holthausen, Brendan Peterson, Madeleine Garvey, Jenni Yetter, Edward Witt, John Burke, and Denise Leonard! YOU GUYS ROCK!
I wrote this week's poem many years ago, and reading it through this week in prep for recording the episode, it struck me again how much it would work as a song. I mean, it needs a chorus stuck in there, but that's an easy enough retrofit. You'll also notice if you're reading along in Blue., from which the poem comes, that the final line has changed. You'll also notice a missing period at the end of the second stanza. Both of these will be changed in my upcoming collected works poetry book (Coming 2022? How does that make you feel?). If you're NOT reading along at home, well, I mean, I included a link to Blue. above, and from there it's a quick hop to my other poetry books as well. Oh look at that, a link to them as well! But I digress. Enjoy this week's episode: "Works of Love." You know the drill: I want to hear what you think of the podcast, whether it's a specific poem or the format, or whatever's on your mind! Leave a review or a comment in your podcast app, or catch me on Twitter @Lefthandrob. After listening to the podcast (or while listening), visit one of these sites and donate for the cause, because All Black Lives Matter and my fellow white (and cis) people we need to get in the game: Donate to Black Lives Matter Donate to the Souther Poverty Law Center Donate to the Equal Justice Initiative Transgender Law Center The poems will continue to flow, but so must the Justice.
More inane absurdity for your ears this week, thanks to an old can of wood stain I found while cleaning out the painting supplies for the local high school's theatre department. You can find it all over my social media (tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram - Insta is where a lot of my new poetry shows up these days, in the caption FYI). Just the word "woo" instead of "wood" made me giggle - yes giggle; not chuckle, smile, laugh, bray, snicker, chortle, etc. I giggled. Because it said "woo." Look at the photo, it's hilarious in context. You know the drill: I want to hear what you think of the podcast, whether it's a specific poem or the format, or whatever's on your mind! Leave a review or a comment in your podcast app, or catch me on Twitter @Lefthandrob. After listening to the podcast (or while listening), visit one of these sites and donate for the cause, because All Black Lives Matter and my fellow white (and cis) people we need to get in the game: Donate to Black Lives Matter Donate to the Souther Poverty Law Center Donate to the Equal Justice Initiative Transgender Law Center The poems will continue to flow, but so must the Justice.
Peace! Welcome back! Episode 146 with the hardest working emcee in Tokyo, Rhyming! Rhyming fka Rhyming Gaijin is an emcee, producer, photographer and one of the longest producing Youtube content creators in Tokyo. He challenged himself to make an album in 40 days and release on his 40th birthday. We get together and talk about the project, staying motivated, being creative, and living in Tokyo. We also listen and react to a song by a young up and coming artist, Ray Kincaid. All beats by Japanese beat scene legend, ILL SUGI. Check out his new solo album "WARP HAZE" and his collaborative album with Tajima Hal "ILL MAHAL" https://hermitcityrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/illmahal For the video content of this recording check out TOKYO SECRET HOUSE AGAINST THE WORLD on YouTube. https://youtube.com/channel/UC9FNCR1MFwXJC4JaGBesnSg Find rhymings album here: https://rhymingg.bandcamp.com/album/40-2 Instagram: @rhyminggaijin @mega_desu @megalateshow Attachments area
This episode looks at folk poetry, with discussions of four poetry-themed collections in the American Folklife Center. Guest Anne Holmes of the Library of Congress Literary Initiatives Division discusses “Living Nations, Living Words,” the signature project of the Poet Laureate Joy Harjo. Harjo, the first Native American Poet Laureate, has curated a collection of poetry by Native American poets, which includes recordings of the poets reading their work. The recordings are part of the American Folklife Center archive. The Literary Initiatives division has also created a Story Map to place the poets and poems in a geographic context. The poet M.L. Smoker reads her work “The Book of the Missing, Murdered, and Indigenous—Chapter 1.” Guest Michelle Stefano of the American Folklife Center discusses “Rhyming the Archive,” an event in which members of the poetry slam team Split This Rock wrote poems inspired by materials in the archive and performed them at an event at the Library of Congress. The poet Marjan Naderi reads her work “The Lessons My Mother Taught Me While Preparing Dinner.” Guest Kerry Ward of the Veterans History Project introduces VHP and discusses VHP’s November, 2019, Occupational Poetry Panel, which brought together four Veteran poets to perform their work. Meezie Hermansen performs her work “Tools of the Trade.” Stephen Winick and John Fenn discuss a poem in the American Folklife Center’s archive called “Colorado Morton’s Last Ride.” It’s a ten-minute narrative poem recited by a man named Fred Soule at the Farm Security Administration (FSA) camp in Visalia, California on September 2, 1941. The poem was recorded on an instantaneous disc by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, two fieldworkers collecting folksongs for the Library of Congress. Winick discusses the research that led him to discover that the poem, whose original title was “Colorado Morton’s Ride,” was written by Pulitzer-Prize-winner Leonard Bacon and Montana cowboy Rivers Browne. He also reveals the identity of Soule, a public information officer for the FSA. We hear Soule read an excerpt of the poem, and Winick and Fenn promise to release the full poem as a bonus episode.
12:48 - Washington Football Team: Rhyming Keys for a successful first round of the 2021 NFL Draft for Washington 24:51 - Washington Football Team: are the Los Angeles Rams showing us that draft picks are overrated? 36:56 - Guest: Brian Burke of ESPN Analytics on his work as a pioneer in football analytics, what ESPN's Draft Day Predictor is saying for the Washington Football Team in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, the best way to go about drafting a franchise quarterback and more 55:19 - Wizards: thoughts on the Wiz's 11th win in 13 games - a 116-107 win over the LeBron James-less Los Angeles Lakers 01:05:46 - Nationals: analysis of the Nats' 8-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays, including another very good start by Erick Fedde and a second consecutive good game for the offense 01:20:13 - Orioles: why the O's should stick with Dean Kremer and Ryan Mountcastle despite their struggles off a 7-0 loss to the New York Yankees
Our tequila-fueled march toward Cinco de Mayo continues with comedian Big Jay Oakerson from Philly and delicious Tequila Casazul from Jalisco. Dan and Jay talk booze, news, the blues and Louie's miscues. Pay attention... cuz if you snooze you lose. Rhyming is fun! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
RHYME ANTICS IS A HILARIOUS RHYMING VOCABULARY GAME INSPIRED BY HIP HOP FOR AGES 12+. THINK TO THE BEAT WHILE YOU FREESTYLE RAP IN PROPER ENGLISH ONLY! ENGAGE IN A BATTLE OF WORD WITS THAT WILL TEST YOU AND YOUR TEAM'S VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE AT A RAPID SPEED! FUN FOR ALL KIDS, GROWN UPS, GRANDPARENTS, TEACHERS, GEEKS AND GANGSTERS.
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In this latest episode, the Unexpected duo, James and Sam, clear their throats to pontificate about the unexpected history of RHYMING! Which is all about the history of the singing game and the transmission of dance songs across the centuries to children's playgrounds; it's about Renaissance verse, Petrarchan sonnets, Thomas Wyatt, the court of Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn and WWI; it's also all about Edward Lear and nonsense, Limericks and professional writing for a living! Who knew! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Should your picture book rhyme? Let's talk about it... Find out what you need to know with tips and tricks for writing your book for sweet kids. MORE about Wendy here https://www.wendygilhula.com/subscribe PIKA Ceramics SHOP NOW LinkedIn IG --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wendygilhula/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wendygilhula/support
This week’s podcast is an energetic, wordy and occasionally heated (in a good way!) with the incredible musician and artist Tim Minchin. Tim is an Australian comedian, actor, writer, musician, and songwriter. He is best known for his musical comedy! His new album ‘Apart Together’ will be released on Friday 20 November. We discuss everything from creativity and politics to whether or not your view on the origin of consciousness can determine whether we can change the world for the better. Tim is a rationalist and atheist, he explains his world view and how he finds beauty and comfort in a meaningless universe. On the other hand, I argue that spirituality and meaning is needed to supersede the current capitalist and materialist society that is no longer serving and nurturing our needs. Let us know what you think of the discussion on social media! Tim’s debut studio album, Apart Together, is available now: https://tim-minchin.lnk.to/ApartTogetherAlbumPR Twitter: @timminchin Instagram: @timminchin #ApartTogetherAlbum Website: timminchin.com