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Many believe Hoia Baciu to be the world's most haunted forest. Tales of ghosts, UFO's, inter-dimensional portals and other unnatural phenomena have made the forest one of the most infamous places in Romania. Join us this week as we learn all about it! Support us:www.linktr.ee/monsterfuzzwww.patreon.com/monsterfuzz
Opinions That Don't Matter - podcast episode 112 00:00 Sean & Kati go to Washington D.C. 01:42 What's That Bur Under My Saddle: Kati is mad about the confusion caused by the name of her home state Washington and, the American capital, Washington D.C. 2:57 Lobbyists 10:00 Our Worst Travel Decisions…. Shoes and a dermatologist 14:30 Puppy Parlance… Roxy updates SKIMMING THE NEWS 17:45 Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson, The Met Gala, Marilyn Monroe dress, losing weight https://www.buzzfeednews.com/ 21:40 Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter is on hold… How many Bots are there? 23:45 What is Wordle? 25:30 Pho, Ramen or Soba? Which is best? What is the difference? 30:00 and the award goes to… Miss Pazienza https://apple.news/AmYNSZ643Qcyxa4IedFM9Iw 34:30 NASA Rover spots alien doorway on Mars https://apple.news/ATBEzJEUfQUaKLIwM5POqjA 36:04 Studio construction update… My grandfather Russ and the overbuilt house AUDIENCE LETTERS First Job - Alex 40:38 First Jobs - Erin the Awesome contributor 42:56 My first job, surgery and response to previous episode - Tina from Delaware - 45:13 Bigger is not always better - Riley - The official head of the questionable advice bureau in OTDM Land 52:32 German-Brazilian-Fusion-Fan-Mail pt. 2 - Malu 59:45 Dog Stories and maybe an update about me? - Leanne (Oregon) 1:14:50 First time writing in :) - Cassi - The Romanian ambassador in OTDMia 1:20:43 Romanian words: -Castravete -Caine -Sapun -Tablou The wrap-up… Romania, Communist cars, & North Korea ------- Kati's new book TRAUMATIZED is available for order in print, ebook & audiobook. Get your copy today! Discord community: https://discord.gg/4gPTrGBM9z Fan art to OTDMpod@gmail.com Speakpipe 90 second voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/OTDM The OTDM census form https://forms.gle/qFZM3ywPzrpKMkKfA Amazon Suggestions https://www.amazon.com/shop/katimorton Online Therapy Kati does not currently offer online therapy. Her sponsor BetterHelp can connect you with a licensed, online therapist. Now available worldwide - https://betterhelp.com/kati Kati TikTok @Katimorton Instagram @katimorton Sean TikTok @hatori_seanzo Instagram @seansaintlouis BUSINESS EMAIL Linnea Toney firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/otdm/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otdm/support
Assassination by Artillery- George Friedman and Peter Zeihan. Jesse Watters, Voter Fraud Investigations. Russia Should Give Up | George Friedman Podcast Assassinations And Artillery | Peter Zeihan Jesse Watters: The woke are facing a revolt. 2000 Mules Sparks County Sheriff to Initiate 2020 Fraud Investigation: 16 Cases Already Open Note- ACU Recommends this Recap of the Ukraine Conflict- How Ukraine Won the First Phase of the War - Modern Warfare DOCUMENTARY. https://youtu.be/yBZPE9o2gHU Russia Should Give Up | George Friedman Podcast https://youtu.be/D9ufjw47X6I GEOPOP 81.7K subscribers Listen to full interview here... https://geopoliticalfutures.com/georg... #Russia has been waging war in #Ukraine for a little over two months now. That's not an especially long time. The Korean War lasted for three years, World War II for six. The Arab-Israeli wars, on the other hand, took only a matter a matter of days. A variety of factors contribute to a war's duration. The size of the battlefield is just one. The smaller the battlefield, the fewer soldiers can fit on it and, generally, the shorter the war. In Ukraine, the battlefield is substantial. On that criterion alone, the war there might last for years. As important are the forces arrayed against each other. All three axes of Russia's initial attack – against Odesa, Luhansk and Kyiv – broke because of logistical difficulties. The lines of attack were built largely around infantry with supporting artillery and airstrikes, but the primary strategic principle remained the same. They continued to try to seize cities rather than destroy the Ukrainian army. Thus, about a month after Moscow ruled out Kyiv as a primary target, it has yet to eliminate resistance in the east and south. Part of this has to do with the fact that cities are difficult battlefields. The advantage goes to the defender, who knows the city well and can formulate a strategy around that knowledge. However, the continued problem for Russia is that rather than concentrating its forces on one critical target in order to create optimal circumstances for a victory before moving to another target, it is still driven by its primary mission and vision, much of which is predicated on the assumption that the Ukrainian army is an insignificant force that can be defeated in the course of pursuing its primary strategy: seizing cities. Indeed, the idea of seizing cities as the operational task comes from the Russian goal of conquering all of Ukraine. In pursuit of that goal, there is a logic to defeating the Ukrainian army and occupying cities. But Moscow miscalculated the initial problem. Ukraine is big, and its forces fought from dispersed and tactically mobile positions, the exact kind of defense Russia is ill-suited to fight. The Ukrainians could decline combat where they chose and engage at the time of their choosing. Russia had tons of armor, but armor is not so useful against dispersed infantry or in cities. Russia also gave Ukraine warning of its intentions and staged forces in such a way that Kyiv could prepare its forces for the attack. Ukrainians appear to have dispersed so as to deny Russia a center of gravity to attack. The Ukrainians also accepted limited strategic control over their forces while giving tactical control to local forces. That meant that the Russians were deprived of a primary advantage: the ability to destroy any military concentration or interfere with communication in the field. The Ukrainians did not create vulnerable command centers or a jammable communications network. Infantry teams of various sizes were free to deploy and strike based on tactical opportunity. In other words, forces familiar with the situation were not under the continual control of a central command that was unfamiliar. The Russians could not occupy Ukraine in one blow as they expected. Moscow has since tried to impose a war of attrition. The problem is that this war of attrition costs the Russians as much as the Ukrainians, and in some ways more. The Ukrainians had a second advantage: the United States. The U.S. wanted the Russian invasion to fail. If Ukraine fell, then the Russian army would be face to face with NATO, from Poland to Romania. Russian intentions were always unclear, but assuming the worst case, Russia might follow a successful invasion with another drive westward to recover its pre-1991 position. Washington would then inevitably be drawn into direct conflict with Russia. And the U.S. above all did not want to deploy troops into combat. Circumstances dictated that Ukraine not be defeated and that U.S. troops not be drawn in. The early stages of the invasion showed that denying Russia its victory without U.S. forces was possible. What Ukraine needed was a massive infusion of advanced weapons. Wars change. What had been an effective infantry operation had to be reinforced with anti-tank, anti-air and advanced reconnaissance systems. Confronting the Russian army now is the same infantry that had fought them to a standstill, coupled with advanced weapons and munitions. These need to be managed from a central command, which changes Ukrainian operations but puts Russia at risk in any strategic offensive. Assassinations And Artillery | Peter Zeihan https://youtu.be/vrluuD-QlYI GEOPOP 81.7K subscribers The Ukraine War, Assassinations, and Artillery by Peter Zeihan on May 6, 2022 The Ukrainian military has enjoyed an outsized amount of success when it comes to successfully finding--and eliminating--a variety of high-value Russian targets. The Ukrainian military did not have a reputation of hitting above their weight before the Russians invaded this past February, nor do we think of them as the kinds of technical wunderkinds to quickly build up indigenous signals and targeting intelligence capabilities. Which means they're probably getting some help. A constellation of various American military and civilian officials have spoken openly about the United States' intelligence sharing relationship with the Ukrainians, either while testifying before the US Congress or directly with the media. They typically frame the intelligence sharing as necessary for helping to keep Ukrainian civilians safe, or giving the government in Kyiv a heads up about Russian intentions. There's little evidence to believe that this represents the full scope of intelligence sharing. Not the least of which is the growing list of Russian generals and military commanders who keep ending up dead. Or the absolutely stunning amount of Russian planes, tanks, armored personnel carriers, rocket launchers and ships (including the flagship of the Black Sea fleet) that the Ukrainians have successfully eliminated. We should give credit where credit is due. The Ukrainian military and volunteers are by all accounts a highly motivated bunch. It is not easy to metabolize new weapons systems, training and tactics--especially against a larger force. Recommended Recap of the Ukraine Conflict- https://youtu.be/yBZPE9o2gHU How Ukraine Won the First Phase of the War - Modern Warfare DOCUMENTARY Kings and Generals 2.56M subscribers Claim your SPECIAL OFFER for MagellanTV here: https://try.magellantv.com/kingsandge.... Start your free trial TODAY so you can watch the documentary called Tony Robinon's VE Day: Minute by Minute and the rest of MagellanTV's history collection: https://www.magellantv.com/explore/hi... Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Modern Warfare continues with the video on the first phase of the Russian Invasion of Ukraine in 2022, as we talk about the build-up to the new stage of the Russo-Ukrainian War, how Putin's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine continued, and cover events between February 24th and April 7th, as we see how Ukraine managed to win the first phase of the war, and set up the second phase of the war - battle of Donbas. Pacific War Series: https://youtu.be/MEgIHN63ojU?list=PLa... 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We now have all 25 acts confirmed for the Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final and host Steve Holden gets some instant reaction from all 10 qualifiers of Semi Final 2.He speaks to Emppu and Aki from Finland's The Rasmus, Sheldon Riley from Australia, Cornelia Jakobs from Sweden, WRS from Romania, Konstrakta from Serbia, Stefan from Estonia, Nadir Rustamli from Azerbaijan, Jérémie Makiese from Belgium, Ochman from Poland and We Are Domi from the Czech Republic. Eurovision YouTuber Alesia Michelle and blogger Madlen Tutelian are back to share their thoughts on the qualifiers and non-qualifiers.And Steve chats to Rosa Linn's manager Tamar Kaprelian, an Armenian-American singer who represented Armenia herself in 2015. Find Steve (@steve_holden_ldn) on Instagram. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's program, a former pastor and two accomplices defraud churches of more than $3-million. United Methodists continue to look for ways to split amiably, but some are becoming impatient. And we take you on the ground to Romania for a look at churches who are helping in Ukraine. We begin today with the story of a Colorado pastor who is suing his congregation for defamation. A couple of housekeeping items, you might say. First, I'm on the Pilgrim Radio Network this week to discuss the role journalism can play in reforming the Evangelical Church. The Pilgrim Radio Network has ten stations and more than 30 translators in communities in Wyoming, Montana, Nevada, and California. So if you can listen to a Pilgrim station, check out that conversation. I'll also be sending a link around in our daily emails. I also appeared with my friend Jason Jimenez on his podcast “Challenging Conversations,” discussing a biblical response to scandal in the church. You can find that conversation by going to StandStrongMinistries.org and hitting the podcast tab at the top of the page. Finally, I want you to know that this program wouldn't exist without the support of people like you. We take no money from the ministries we cover. We don't charge a subscription or have a paywall. We are 100 percent donor supported. And now, you can now give via text. If this is your preferred way of giving, just text @ministrywatch to 52014. Again, that's @ministrywatch to 52014. I tried it myself, and it was pretty easy. So if I can do it, anyone can. Also, if you have a story you'd like us to cover, or a ministry that you think needs a closer look, please email us. Our email is email@example.com. That will come directly to my desk, and we'll take it from there. And a reminder that you can help the program by leaving us a rating on your podcast app. The more ratings we get, the easier it is for others to find us. It's a quick, easy, and free way you can support MinistryWatch. The producers for today's program are Rich Roszel and Jeff McIntosh. We get database and other technical support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, Emily Kern, Rod Pitzer, and Casey Sudduth. Writers who contributed to today's program include Anne Stych, Kim Roberts, Yonat Shimron, Steve Rabey, Adelle Banks, Erik Tryggestad, Rod Pitzer, and Christina Darnell. Special thanks to The Christian Chronicle for contributing material for this week's podcast. Until next time, may God bless you.
No vampires remain in Romania. De har flyttat till Wismar allihopa. Vi tittar på vampyrfilmen som startade hela grejen, F.W. Murnaus NOSFERATU från 1922 och sedan på Werner Herzogs omtolkning av den klassiska historien som en pandemifilm 1979. Är vampyrerna lika läskiga som skådisarna som spelade dem? Och har en av filmerna slagit rekord i antal skådespelande råttor? Detta och mycket mer i veckans avsnitt.
Ana Ghiban was born in 1998 in Bucharest, Romania, where her parents worked in the textile industry. When she was nine, the family relocated to Delhi, where she attended an international American school. Three years later, the family moved to Dhaka, Bangladesh. A couple of years later, when she was 14, they moved to Colombo, Sri Lanka. At 16, the family made their final move within Asia, this time to Shanghai, China, where Ana graduated high school, before relocating independently to The Hague for her undergraduate studies. She chose a liberal arts degree with a focus on Global Challenges. Her decision was in part motivated by her desire for a globally-oriented English education, and also due to her experiences growing up in Asia. In 2020, she moved to Amsterdam to pursue a Master's degree in International Development Studies. As part of her graduate thesis field work, she spent three months in rural Transylvania with a Dutch-American family, interviewing Romanians, Hungarians, and foreigner farmers living in the region.
Vicky White, a former Alabama deputy who ran off with inmate Casey White, is found dead. English teacher in Ukraine, Olga, joins us live from Romania and shares her experience on evacuating Ukraine during Russia's invasion of her home country. Senate passes a bill that will provide security for family members of Supreme Court justices.
Larissa is this week's amazing guest! Larissa moved to the United States from Romania with her immediate family. She saw an advertisement for an aviation job and applied! When she came to the interview she wasn't quite sure what the job was! Chicago OHare is her city!Kenya!!“We have a gun, but it's not for the animals”Flight attendant training stories6 weeks equal a cult? **Unplanned trips are the best!”Romanian weddingPortugal=PortoMonique's trigger point Why does every Non Rev Lounge guest loves Hawaii?What to visit and see in Romania!Transfagarasan or DN7C (Road through the mountain)Papanisi (donut with cheese)Find Larissa on Instagram at: @larissamutuOn TikTok:@Larisam.14Thanks for supporting our show,we really appreciate it!Find us on Instagram @NonRevLoungePodcast and Twitter @NonRevLoungePod.If you have any questions or feedback please feel free to reach out to us via email at NonRevLoungePodcast@gmail.com
A Newfoundlander who spent last month helping animals in Ukraine is back in Canada. Duane Taylor was driving food and pet supplies from Romania to Ukraine each day to help animals that have been impacted by the war. Taylor partnered with the charity Red Panda Romania, but also used his own savings to buy the group a cargo van so they could keep supplies moving after he returned. Martin Jones reached him in Ottawa, where he's living.
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This week on WhenIn.Ro we don't hold back as we kick it off with FIRE OF THE WEEK, examine a TKO by radiator, try to shop at the Tulcea Fish Exchance, why Jill Biden really came to Romania, a man is eaten by pigs, return of over-qualified, and a medical annonmly that can be only be known as a "butt nutt". Consider this your warning. Music: Horisone - Distorted Reality Facebook: @WhenInRo Instagram: WhenInRoPodcast -------------------------------------------------- FIRE OF THE WEEK Part 1 FIRE OF THE WEEK Part 2 FIRE OF THE WEEK Part 3 TKO by Radiator NO CHANCE - Tulcea Fish Market FLOTUS to the Rescue "Eggs" of Untold Over-Qualified Post Office Snacks Eaten by Pigs Pre-Beyond the Frontier Beyond the Frontier Hockey Grind Wild Turkey Another Pennsylvania High School Butt Nutt Bonus Story Sticky Situation
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In response to a leaked Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that guaranteed all American women autonomy over their own bodies, Kristen Ghodsee reflects on the Romanian experience as well as a 1936 interview with Kollontai on the reversal of the 1920 Soviet law that made the Soviet Union the first country in the world to grant women access to abortion. In this interview Kollontai explains: "As long as women or men live under the pressure of unemployment, as long as the level of wages is not sufficient for a family, as long as housing conditions are unfavourable, and as long as the state does not make motherhood easier for every woman in various ways and does not provide social services for mother and child, it is clear that the women must stand up for free abortions."Also mentioned in this article are:Gail Kligman, The Politics of Duplicity: Controlling Reproduction in Ceausescu's Romania. Berkeley: UC Press, 1998Maria Bucur and Kristen Ghodsee, "How Banning Abortion Will Transform America" Project Syndicate, May 15, 2019
It's day three of open rehearsals from on the ground in Turin. We pick our top three of the day and go through every other song that had their second rehearsal. Countries performing today were Australia, Cyprus, Ireland, North Macedonia, Estonia, Romania, Poland, Montenegro, Belgium, Sweden and Czech Republic. Support Aussievision and get bonus content at: www.patreon.com/aussievision
Subtitle: Today we dive into the world of all things hybrid, looking at how things have changed since the pandemic and whether those changes have had a positive or negative impact on our businesses. We dive into hybrid scheduling, standup, sheds, and more on this week's episode. Summary: On today's episode, we explore working remotely and hybrid schedules since the pandemic as well as their effects on our businesses. We discuss some of the tools we use as well as some key tips and tricks to help your team all be on the same page. We also talk about the importance of having a healthy culture and atmosphere and some of the ways you can do that with a hybrid team. It's important to think about how to engage your team and make sure they feel connected, even in small ways. We also dive deep on alternative work spaces and how they could change all businesses in the future. There have been lots of changes in how we work because of the pandemic, and it's important to analyze the effects these changes have and how to move forward. Top 3 Curtain Pulls in this episode: Be intentional with your time. It can be challenging to coordinate and interact with your coworkers when each member of your team is on a different hybrid schedule. This is why it's important to intentionally set aside time to bond and spend time with your team within and outside of work as well as making yourself available for their needs and questions. “Be intentional about asking ‘what are the things that we can do to keep that culture going'.” Figure out what kind of schedule works best for you and your team. Hybrid can make intentional interaction challenging and this is where scheduling plays a role. Once you and your team figure out the best schedule, it will be much easier to cultivate a healthy culture and team atmosphere despite different day to day agendas. “We let people set their schedules when they're in when they're out. But we coordinate our team to be in around the same days.” Get your team on the same page. Because of the distance that hybrid schedules can create, ensuring that your team is on the same page is vital. Ken talks about the role that his daily standups with his team played during the height of the pandemic and how it helped unify the team and give them a starting line. “It's way more important if you're remote because you just don't know where the starting line is, and you don't know when you're on the same page.” For more tips, discussion, and behind the scenes: Follow us on Instagram @AgencyPodcast Join our closed Facebook community for agency leaders About The Guys: Bob Hutchins: Founder of BuzzPlant, a digital agency that he ran from from 2000 -2017. He is also the author of 3 books. More on Bob: Bob on LinkedIn twitter.com/BobHutchins instagram.com/bwhutchins Bob on Facebook Brad Ayres: Founder of Anthem Republic, an award-winning ad agency. Brad's knowledge has led some of the biggest brands in the world. Originally from Detroit, Brad is an OG in the ad agency world and has the wisdom and scars to prove it. Currently that knowledge is being applied to his boutique agency. More on Brad: Brad on LinkedIn Anthem Republic twitter.com/bradayres instagram.com/therealbradayres facebook.com/Bradayres Ken Ott: Co-Founder and Chief Growth Rebel of Metacake, an Ecommerce Growth Team for some of the world's most influential brands with a mission to Grow Brands That Matter. Ken is also an author, speaker, and was nominated for an Emmy for his acting on the Metacake Youtube Channel (not really). More on Ken: Ken on LinkedIn Metacake - An Ecommerce Growth Team Growth Rebel TV twitter.com/iamKenOtt instagram.com/iamKenOtt facebook.com/iamKenOtt Show Notes: [0:31] Bob opens this week's episode with a discussion about outsourcing and remote work. [2:11] Bob talks about how 5 by 5 creates their hybrid schedule. [2:50] Ken talks about his daily standup with his team as well as how they do hybrid scheduling. [5:00] Ken dives into the importance of his team's daily standup and the role it played when the team was fully remote. “If you don't have something like that, I feel like there's no start line” “It's way more important if you're remote because you just don't know where the starting line is, and you don't know when you're on the same page.” [7:47] Bob starts a discussion analyzing the differences between working remote before and after the pandemic. [10:26] Brad talks about his tech team in Romania. “We've been like a family, I go over there from time to time and break bread and hang out with everyone.” [15:16] Brad breaks down how his agency, Anthem Republic, does their hybrid scheduling. He also talks about the importance of body language. [17:47] Brad talks about his project management tools and how he schedules his weeks. [19:51] Bob talks about the system at 5 by 5 for project management and how his schedule works out. He also asks, “How do you maintain a healthy culture, team atmosphere, all those things in a hybrid environment?” [22:27] Ken says that ensuring that your hybrid agency's culture is healthy, “Can be so hard unless you're really intentional. It'll sneak up on you.” [23:05] Bob discusses some ways to engage your team that will keep the culture going in a hybrid environment. [25:07] Bob talks about the increased efficiency of hybrid agencies. “I've been on a lot of wasted zoom time. But the other side of the coin is, I think it's counter intuitively made us more efficient.” [27:27] Ken asks the guys, “ if you had to start from scratch, would you choose everyone in person? Would you you know, just have a hybrid where you have people everywhere?” [28:50] Ken then asks, “The money that gets spent on offices, is that good? Is that money well spent for an agency?” [30:29] Brad says that the financial plan for your business is what helps each agency decide if investing into a physical office is best. [32:22] Bob begins a discussion about alternate work spaces when he mentions his desire for a shed in his backyard that can be his own private office space. [38:09] Bob says that it's important to not be in a static environment everyday because, “it goes in line with what we do. People hire us to come up with something different and unique and creative.” [41:30] Bob says, “We'd love to hear from our listeners. Reach out to us. We'd love to hear what you're doing. 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Lea Ypi grew up in one of the most isolated countries on earth, a place where communist ideals had officially replaced religion. Albania, the last Stalinist outpost in Europe, was almost impossible to visit, almost impossible to leave. It was a place of queuing and scarcity, of political executions and secret police. To Lea, it was home. People were equal, neighbours helped each other, and children were expected to build a better world. There was community and hope. Then, in December 1990, everything changed. The statues of Stalin and Hoxha were toppled. Almost overnight, people could vote freely, wear what they liked and worship as they wished. There was no longer anything to fear from prying ears. But factories shut, jobs disappeared and thousands fled to Italy on crowded ships, only to be sent back. Predatory pyramid schemes eventually bankrupted the country, leading to violent conflict. As one generation's aspirations became another's disillusionment, and as her own family's secrets were revealed, Lea found herself questioning what freedom really meant. Free: A Child and a Country at the End of History (Norton, 2021) is an engrossing memoir of coming of age amid political upheaval. With acute insight and wit, Lea Ypi traces the limits of progress and the burden of the past, illuminating the spaces between ideals and reality, and the hopes and fears of people pulled up by the sweep of history. Jill Massino is a scholar of modern Eastern Europe with a focus on Romania, gender, and everyday life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Lea Ypi grew up in one of the most isolated countries on earth, a place where communist ideals had officially replaced religion. Albania, the last Stalinist outpost in Europe, was almost impossible to visit, almost impossible to leave. It was a place of queuing and scarcity, of political executions and secret police. To Lea, it was home. People were equal, neighbours helped each other, and children were expected to build a better world. There was community and hope. Then, in December 1990, everything changed. The statues of Stalin and Hoxha were toppled. Almost overnight, people could vote freely, wear what they liked and worship as they wished. There was no longer anything to fear from prying ears. But factories shut, jobs disappeared and thousands fled to Italy on crowded ships, only to be sent back. Predatory pyramid schemes eventually bankrupted the country, leading to violent conflict. As one generation's aspirations became another's disillusionment, and as her own family's secrets were revealed, Lea found herself questioning what freedom really meant. Free: A Child and a Country at the End of History (Norton, 2021) is an engrossing memoir of coming of age amid political upheaval. With acute insight and wit, Lea Ypi traces the limits of progress and the burden of the past, illuminating the spaces between ideals and reality, and the hopes and fears of people pulled up by the sweep of history. Jill Massino is a scholar of modern Eastern Europe with a focus on Romania, gender, and everyday life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Lea Ypi grew up in one of the most isolated countries on earth, a place where communist ideals had officially replaced religion. Albania, the last Stalinist outpost in Europe, was almost impossible to visit, almost impossible to leave. It was a place of queuing and scarcity, of political executions and secret police. To Lea, it was home. People were equal, neighbours helped each other, and children were expected to build a better world. There was community and hope. Then, in December 1990, everything changed. The statues of Stalin and Hoxha were toppled. Almost overnight, people could vote freely, wear what they liked and worship as they wished. There was no longer anything to fear from prying ears. But factories shut, jobs disappeared and thousands fled to Italy on crowded ships, only to be sent back. Predatory pyramid schemes eventually bankrupted the country, leading to violent conflict. As one generation's aspirations became another's disillusionment, and as her own family's secrets were revealed, Lea found herself questioning what freedom really meant. Free: A Child and a Country at the End of History (Norton, 2021) is an engrossing memoir of coming of age amid political upheaval. With acute insight and wit, Lea Ypi traces the limits of progress and the burden of the past, illuminating the spaces between ideals and reality, and the hopes and fears of people pulled up by the sweep of history. Jill Massino is a scholar of modern Eastern Europe with a focus on Romania, gender, and everyday life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography
Host Peter J. Kim is joined by content creator Carolina Gelen and author Irina Georgescu to talk about mamaliga, pickles, and Romania's super juicy sausages, as well as how communism shaped the family dinner table. Peter also discusses the musical influence of Romania's Romani people with Henry Ernst, manager of the energetic brass band Fanfare Ciocărlia.
The rehearsals are in full swing and host Rob Lilley catches up WRS from Romania, Jérémie Makiese from Belgium and Cornelia Jakobs from Sweden. LUM!X & Pia Maria, representing Austria, drop in for a chat too. Rob also explores the arena's stage and finds out what puts the green in the green room. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Legendary Montauk Project researcher, Peter Moon, discusses a space time portal from Romania to Tibet and a secret tunnel to Egypt's Hall of Records that are described respectively in books two and three of the Transylvania book series. The popular series contains the revelations of a Romanian insider, Radu Cinamar, who works for Department Zero, a paranormal research division of the Romanian Intelligence service. Peter Moon discusses several efforts to corroborate Cinamar's information through Romanian news outlets, and why Cinamar was recruited into Department Zero's paranormal divisioin after being taken to Tibet through a space time portal located in Romania's Apuseni Mountains. After his encounters with an alchemist called Elinor who can prolong life through a mysterious geometrical device, Cinamar meets a Tibetan lama who guides him through the portal to meet with 'Machandi' a Dakini/Goddess in Tibet. Upon his return to Romania, Cinimar is formally recruited into Department Zero due to his new contacts and experiences. In book three, Mystery of Egypt, Cinamar travels from an ancient Hall of Records found inside Romania's Bucegi Mountains to a similar structure in Egypt under the Giza pyramid complex. The Egyptian Hall of Records contains tens of thousands of metal disks with holographic information stored in them, as well as a time machine (aka chronovisor) used for viewing past and future events, along with a levitation platform used for aerial travel. In this Exopolitics Today interview Peter Moon elaborates on these and other fascinating developments in the Transylvania book series. Peter Moon's publishing website is http://skybooksusa.com/ To learn more about Halls of Records and space time portals register for Dr. Michael Salla's May 21 webinar, "Halls of Records, Portals, & Humanity's ET heritage," go to: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SXSK8xS3RjmPbSeb8ah7Ww --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/exopolitics/support
Host Peter J. Kim is joined by content creator Carolina Gelen and author Irina Georgescu to talk about mamaliga, pickles, and Romania's super juicy sausages, as well as how communism shaped the family dinner table. Peter also discusses the musical influence of Romania's Romani people with Henry Ernst, manager of the energetic brass band Fanfare Ciocărlia.
We share the favorites in our families that have stood the test of time. Visit our show notes for links!Life latelyWe share our plans for the upcoming summer.Reading latelySarah read I Must Betray You by Reta Sepetys, a young adult historical fiction novel set in Romania at the end of the Ceaușescu regime.Abby loved The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd.Eating latelyAbby enjoyed Texas brisket while Sarah's lack of tortillas led to fancy nachos.If you'd like to join in the conversation, please leave us a comment on our show notes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find us on Instagram @friendlierpodcast. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we are setting sail for the Roman province of Britannia to traverse the empire's north-western frontier – Hadrian's Wall. Hadrian's Wall is the largest archaeological feature remaining from Roman Britain, a 73-mile line of fortifications stretching from the River Tyne on the east coast to the Solway Firth on the west. Building was begun by the Emperor Hadrian in 122 AD, during a visit to this remote, unruly corner of his empire. Astonishingly, only five percent has been excavated to date, so new finds and evidence are unearthed surprisingly often. In this episode we follow in the footsteps of a brilliant young general making his way from Rome to Britain to take up his post as governor of this outpost of the empire in 130AD. Our navigator is Bronwen Riley, a historian who traced this journey in her rigorously researched yet highly readable book, Journey to Britannia. She brings life in the second century into vivid focus by taking us to the dodgy quayside bars of Antica Ostia where the snacks were questionable and the wine was liberally watered down and into the private thoughts of Dutch soldiers on Hadrian's Wall desperate for a taste of home. Bronwen Riley is a writer, editor and deviser of historical and literary journeys in Britain, Byzantium and beyond. She has a special interest in the Classical world and in Romania, both life-long passions. She is a director of the Transylvanian Book Festival (transylvanianbookfestival.com). Read more about her creative writing project with the Romanians on Hadrian's Wall at bronwenriley.co.uk/dacians-on-the-wall. Her latest book Journey to Britannia from the Heart of Rome to Hadrian's Wall AD130 (Head of Zeus) is now out in paperback. This episode is sponsored by ACE Cultural Tours, the oldest and most experienced provider of study tours and cultural travel in the United Kingdom. Find out more via their website at www.aceculturaltours.co.uk or speak to their friendly team on 01223 841055. Show Notes Scene One: July 130 AD. Severus and Minicius Natalis prepare to leave Rome, they visit relatives and plan for the long months ahead on the road and in their new lives in Britain. Scene Two: October 130 AD. On one of his many peregrinations around the empire, Hadrian visits Egypt (holiday hotspot of the ancient world) with a vast entourage including both his wife and his lover, travelling in unparalleled style and luxury on a ship with purple sails (probably). Scene Three: 130 AD. Severus reaches Britain and begins his journey northwards taking in the major cities and camps along the way, meeting officials and inspecting his soldiers. Momento: A souvenir cup from Hadrian's Wall in all its enamelled glory but also would love to visit a bookshop to see if some Greek antiquary/interpreter has transcribed any British poetry or Druidic philosophy! People/Social Presenter: Violet Moller Guest: Bronwen Riley Production: Maria Nolan Podcast partner: Unseen Histories Follow us on Twitter: @tttpodcast_ Or on Facebook See where 130 AD fits on our Timeline
Monday, May 2, 2022 Point of View's guest host today is Dr. Buddy Matthews. He's got a terrific show lined up. In the first hour he welcomes Mike Scheer from Denton Bible Church into the studio. In the first half hour, they will speak with Cornel Haures from Romania about Ukrainian missions, and during the second […]
#VN 146 🎙 2 mai 2022 cu Dragoș Pătraru Ai 4.000 de săptămâni de trăit pe această planetă. Ce faci cu ele? Cum le folosești? Despre cartea lui Oliver Burkeman, „4.000 de săptămâni. Time management pentru muritori”, vorbește Dragoș azi la Vocea Nației. Audiție plăcută! -------------------------------- Recomandare de carte: „4.000 de săptămâni. Time management pentru muritori” - Oliver Burkeman ▪️ Podcast #VN video @StareaNatiei - YouTube, Twitch, Facebook
The Bible tells us we don’t wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, powers, and rulers of darkness. Yet many believers don't have any idea of this reality of wrestling (warfare) or have much training on how to prevail. Spiritual warfare is an often misunderstood or neglected aspect in the preparation for missions.
What does the future of customer engagements look like? Customers today, more than ever, expect sales ready experiences. They form a perception of your brand, before even interacting in person. So, in a such a world, how do brands differentiate themselves and tell their story? How do they create an interactive digital and virtual experience, that is simultaneously relatable to their customers? To answer these questions, I am joined by the dynamic Ana-Maria Manda. Ana-Maria is SAP's Global Business Technology Platform Digital Experience Hub Lead. Originally from Romania, she is now based in Switzerland and joined the SAP family in 2020. With an educational background in Law, she has a broad expertise in sales and digital transformation. In her role as a Digital Hub Lead, she is responsible for global and regional initiatives focused on creation and consumption of new digital assets for more engaging and impactful customer interactions. In addition to her Digital Hub Lead role Ana-Maria is a founder and a start-up mentor. As always, my name Akshi Mohla, and you're listening to SAP Experts Podcast.
New episode with Finish explorer Niko (kupanik on Instagram) who shares many stories including exploring famous abandoned casino in Romania, hiding among the sheep after visiting abandoned prison, being surrounded by angry Italian villagers who were threatening to call the police. Also he tells a story about getting almost cut in half while exploring abandoned sawmill in Finland and how he dealt with triggering alarm at the futuristic abandoned Croatian monument building. We talked about lock-picking and raccoon-dog (!) came back on the podcast! Song played at the end of the episode is called Waves performed by Lazy Habits. Chasing Bandos Podcast is available on chasingbandospodcast.com or your favourite podcasting app. Check out the pictures of our guest on Instagram at chasingbandospod. You can get in contact by email: email@example.com Why 'urbex explorers' don't share exact locations here: gregabandoned.com/urbex Intro song is Watcha Gon' Do is performed by Chris Shards [EPIDEMIC SOUND MUSIC LICENSE]. Rapid fire round background songs are: Greaser by TrackTribe and Bill Higley by Mini Vandals. Viewer discretion announcement at the beginning of the episode was done by Adrian Wunderler-Selby.
Russian and Ukrainian operators exchange cyberattacks. Wiper malware: contained, but a potentially resurgent threat. #OpRussia update. DDoS in Romania. Flash loan caper hits a DeFi platform. Coca-Cola investigates Stormous breach claims. CISA issues two new ICS advisories. Caleb Barlow on cleaning up the digital exhaust of your home. Our guests are Freddy Dezeure and George Webster on reporting cyber risk to boards. A Declaration for the Future of the Internet. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/83 Selected reading. Russian missiles bombard Kyiv during UN chief's visit (The Telegraph) Zelenskiy urges ‘strong response' after Russia strikes Kyiv during UN Ukraine visit (the Guardian) Anonymous hacked Russian PSCB Commercial Bank and companies in the energy sector (Security Affairs) Ongoing DDoS attacks from compromised sites hit Ukraine (Security Affairs) Ukraine's Digital Battle With Russia Isn't Going as Expected (Wired) CISA and FBI Update Advisory on Destructive Malware Targeting Organizations in Ukraine (CISA) Government and researchers keep US attention on Russia's cyber activity in Ukraine (The Record by Recorded Future) CISA Adds New Russian Malware to Cyber Advisory (Nextgov) An Overview of the Increasing Wiper Malware Threat (Fortinet Blog) Cyber Attacks Hit Romanian Government Websites (Balkan Insight) More than $13 million stolen from DeFi platform Deus Finance (The Record by Recorded Future) Coca-Cola Investigates Hacking Claim (Wall Street Journal) Coca-Cola investigating data breach claims by Stormous group (Computing) Has 'clown show' hacking gang Stormous really breached Coca-Cola? (Tech Monitor) Delta Electronics DIAEnergie (CISA) Johnson Controls Metasys (CISA) 1 A Declaration for the Future of the Internet (The White House) FACT SHEET: United States and 60 Global Partners Launch Declaration for the Future of the Internet (The White House) US joins 55 nations to set rules for internet, with eye on China and Russia (South China Morning Post) China, India, Russia missing from future of internet pledge by US, EU, and 33 others (ZDNet) US, partners launch plan for 'future' of internet, as China, Russia use 'dangerous' malign practices (Fox News) U.S. joins 55 nations to set new global rules for the internet (Reuters)
The hosts of On the Barricades, Maria Cernat and Boyan Stanislavski, report on how the Russian invasion of Ukraine is affecting Romania and Poland. This is a special episode co-produced by On the Barricades and theAnalysis.news with Paul Jay.