How can you support your children's relationship with the Divine? In this episode of Superpower Mommas, host Tatiana Berindei is joined by Neva Lee Recla to talk all about how our own individual walks with the spirit have an impact on our children. The two talk about Santa Clause, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, and many other ways children can experience the magic of the Divine. Tune in now to learn how to rekindle your inner child's relationship with the Divine, to help support your child's.
Santa Clause is running for election in Alaska. 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'.
Are you looking for a review of Doctor Strange? Well we've got one, you'll just have to listen till the end of the episode, and beware spoilers within. We've also got news on the EA and FIFA split, as well as a review for Picard and Halo!
Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Duncan * http://duncanrobson.com/ * https://twitter.com/dunkr * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8V6QtlRbro * Avery * https://averyburke.bandcamp.com/releases Topics: * Judging by the selection on eBay, the 1960's and 1970's seems to have been the golden age of belt buckles. * https://www.filfre.net/2019/07/chief-gates-comes-to-oakhurst-a-cop-drama/ * The time a parent of my kid's friend said "Do you remember Tetris?" * JVC PocketMail * https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/PocketMail * The Prelude, by Matthew Zapruder * https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/53843/the-prelude * Hyperspecific collections * Yiwum, the city in China that produces 60% of all the Christmas decorations in the world Microtopics: * An album that someday will be available on Spotify. * The Mauretania comics by Detective Pikachu. * The kind of work that falls out of relaxation. * The Golden Age of Belt Buckles. * Going into an eBay fugue state. * Promotional belt buckles. * The British obsession with American long haul truckers. * The kind of video game where you have to file copious paperwork before and after you shoot someone. * What Police Quest was before and after Daryl Gates was hired as lead designer. * Whether there were any racist belt buckles in the 1960s. * Buying 20 $2 games for Christmas rather than the one $40 game your kid actually asked for. * Men's names from the 1960s and 1970s. * Hewlett Packard belt buckles. * The personalized belt buckles you'll sell at your merch table when you go back on tour. * A conference about fingers. * Talking to the funeral director before you're dead just in case you die someday. * A point-of-sale system for funeral directors. * Bidding on a Cheeto and getting outbid. * Having It's-Its and That's-Its in the freezer and completing your collection with a What's-It. * Remembering Tetris. * Being a parent and making friends with people you have basically nothing in common with. * Talking to normies about your nerd interests. * Going into the Forever 21 and yelling "Skeletor!" and everybody cheers. * People high-fiving you as you walk down the street in your Wolverine costume. * Listening to an adult man gush about Power Rangers to you and realizing that probably Star Wars isn't any good after all and you just happened to be the right age for it. * Star Wars fans trying to convince each other that being based on the Hero's Journey makes a story good art. * Reading a mathematical proof that Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is actually exactly as good as Raiders of the Lost Ark and having no choice but to believe it. * Remember Tetris? This is a topic about Tetris. * Writing email in the jungle and getting the chance to send it if you survive all the quicksand. * A product using technologies developed by NASA, i.e. one of the programmers drank Tang once. * Dongling things to the Palm Pilot. * An article from 1999 titled "Email on the Move." * Check your pocket… you've got mail! * Preserving your Motorola Razr M in amber so Jim can buy it on eBay the next time he's ordering a batch of Orbitz. * The Linux open source phone that everybody likes but nobody's heard of. * The idea of chocolate. * A disappointing and super creepy bed and breakfast. * Art where the artist has disguised a message for you. * Contrasting a Diet Coke with Coleridge and Wordsworth. * Freedom Power Style Motion. * Having a bunch of Tumblrs and never going on Tumblr. * Hours Played. * A new weird thing that a video game can be. * Collecting tumbleweeds. * A tumbleweed the size of a car that stops at the red light. * Movies from the 1930s giving a false impression of how much you need to worry about quicksand. * Sentient poison oak. * The sentient tumbleweed episode of The Outer Limits. * Consuming media by fast-forwarding to the tumbleweed parts. * A book of polaroids of all your favorite lighting fixtures. * A list of every move in every game that Mario has ever been in. * Desert Chrome. * Drawing a van and airbrushing your drawing of a van. * Jean-Claude Van Dad. * Spending the rest of your life googling "van dad." * Zoning your city by the kind of Christmas decorations sold. * An ocean of booths selling plastic Santa Clauses as far as the eye can see. * The city that sells the other 40% of Christmas decorations. * The Christmas memeplex. * Clone shoes with strange names. * Running shoes for dogs. * A romantic comedy set in the city in China entirely dedicated to selling Christmas decorations.
Prayer, are you guilty of praying like you're going to the great cosmic Santa Clause? Lord, I need this or that, or Lord do this or that, praying mostly when we are in need or in desperate time. I believe we are all guilty of that, praying our hearts desires. In the right time and with the right heart, there is nothing wrong with prayers like that. But if that isn't the best way to pray, then what does the right way look like? This message from Pastor Troy titled “The Priority of Prayer” will walk you through how to have an effective prayer life.
Santa Clause is coming to.... Congress? That's right, Santa Claus is running for Congress in Alaska and he's asking for your vote. In this You Should Run Podcast, we learn about the extraordinary real life of the real Santa Claus of North Pole, Alaska, and why he's decided to throw his red hat into the ring for public office. Santa has very real experience advocating for children and working on policing and public safety. He's hoping to inspire others and work on issues from medical marijuana to criminal justice reform. Listen, share, subscribe, and follow Santa on Twitter @SantaClausforAK
"We don't ever want to go on vacation, we just want you to leave us Home Alone…yo, we could stay by ourselves. And we could f*ckin' beat the Santa Clause and the Elves. And maybe we could delve into the blanks of our selves. And maybe we could put the f*ckin' elf on the shelf…” -Old BabyAt 1am on a Friday in the summer of 2021, me and a buddy found ourselves caught up in some magic...2 and a half hours of freestyles, beats, and banter...this is a piece of that magic...49 minutes into the (recorded) freestyle session…Everything you hear is 100% off the top of the dome… --------Rhyme Chef cooking up that lyrical goodness: Old Baby Vibes Curator: Mr RathodBeats: "Beats Playlist" by Beats by Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2psBiLatKHRICZOFuqxKv3?si=06dac511ebb34870)“Xxplosive” Instrumental (https://open.spotify.com/track/6IPlwxIq7t3bFD18w9MZoQ?si=90d2488269814c6a)-------!!!Check out the visualizer on my YouTube page via ChiragRathod.com!!!
The Holiday greats, Santa Clause, Little Leprechaun and The Tooth-Fairy decided that Spring needed a holiday mascot. Spring is such a beautiful time. A time for peace. A time for new beginnings, A time where the cold and darkness melt into warmth and light. Spring needed a Holiday. Spring needed Easter, a Joyful end and an even more promising beginning and they needed a holiday mascot that would be in charge of Easter and the Magic of Spring. So the Holiday Greats put on a race for all the springtime animals to tryout...as the race begins so does choas! Within this chaos will a winner be found? Will Easter find a Mascot? Listen and find out. The Connecting Conversations for this story is: 1. What is a New Beginning you are excited for?2. How can you be steady in your life?3. When do you feel safe most?4. Who do you feel safe with most?5. Why do you think Santa, Little Leprechaun and The Tooth-Fairy picked Cottontail Rabbit?6. Which animal would you have picked?
Cliff and I met in a TSSR meeting, I'm always curious about the manner folks find us, Cliff falls into one of my three categories that I say TSSR fits - He is a current 12 Stepper who is looking for a different angle through which to experience the steps - Perfect! Cliff's easy demeanor and charming personality caught me right off, my spirit jelled with him immediately, we are not supposed to talk about what happens in meeting, but once you listen, you will have a better understanding of when he dressed full Santa Clause for our Christmas meeting, assuming the character beautifully. Cliff displays Bill W's words "we absolutely insist on enjoying life" Thank you for allowing me to participate in my recover in this manner today! Enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dan-reeves8/support
Episode 11 It All Starts With Santa Clause The start conditioning us as a baby to believe in magical creatures and men that live in the clouds. All this conditioning starts with Santa Clause. Check out my award winning documentary, The Artist - A Documentary My Books and Music Books amazon.com/author/petetompkins Music Apple Music https://music.apple.com/us/artist/pete-tompkins/462289143 Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/SkatingBearStudios) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ptpopamindrevolution/support --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ptpopamindrevolution/support
Happy Birthday to Plowsy! Happy Birthday to Jackson! Rejoice! Plowsy brought all treats for his birthday. Iggy not happy with coffee situation. When's Iggy's birthday? New Michelob Ultra sign in the studio. Caddies at FPCC. Santa Clause headcovers. What's the lede today? Cardinal Hot Stove talk. Trevor Story. Pujols. Was Jackson at Tin Roof on Saturday dancing by himself? Warson Woods Wacko insists it was him. Someone saw Prod Joe at Eric Church. Mizzou's head coaching vacancy. Joe Buck off to ESPN.
In this episode of The Good Brothers Show, the brothers give their takes on the newest Batman movie, try to understand the appeal of Funko Pops, and cast the new Santa Clause in the upcoming Santa Clause Disney+ show. This episode is the equivalent of having 4 Nostalgia Critic room in at the same time, so you know it's gonna be excellent. Don't forget to leave a rating/review and subscribe so you know when new episodes drop. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thegoodbrothersshow/?utm_medium=copy_link
Tuesday, March 8th, 2022 Content Warning: The interview mentions self-harm Today, in the Hot Notes: the prosecution rests in the first trial of a January 6th combatant; the Supreme Court smacks down Republicans challenge to election maps in North Carolina and Pennsylvania; a Trump appointed judge becomes the first judge to rule that 18 USC 1512c2 doesn't apply to an insurrectionist; Republicans warn that if the DoJ investigates Trump that would trigger a political war; Putin releases his demands from Ukraine and they look super familiar; the director of the non-profit raising money for the trucker convoy recently pled guilty to fraud. Plus, Allison and Dana deliver your good news. Follow our guest: Cole Lyle https://twitter.com/ctlyle1 https://twitter.com/missionrollcall Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrote https://twitter.com/dailybeanspod Dana Goldberg https://twitter.com/DGComedy Follow Aimee on Instagram: Aimee Carrero (@aimeecarrero) Listener Survey: http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=short Have some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court? https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/ Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech/ Or https://patreon.com/thedailybeans Promo Codes Thank you to Helix Sleep for sponsoring today's episode! Go to helixsleep.com/dailybeans and get up to 200 dollars off your order and 2 free pillows! SpyTalk lives at the intersection of intelligence operations, foreign policy, homeland security and military strategy. Co-hosted by veteran national security journalist Jeff Stein and former star CNN homeland security correspondent Jeanne Meserve, the podcast will feature exclusives by SpyTalk's roster of longtime reporters, news and profiles of US and foreign spymasters and interviews with policymakers and expert authors. https://mswmedia.com/show/spytalk/
Game changer Maren Gainey joins Tyler and Konnery to sink even deeper into the dark abyss known as Fifty Shades: Fifty Shades Darker. Together the trio discuss Maren willing the Santa Clause series into existence, erotic masquerades, the uninspired subplots, and how Frasier would best fit into this pseudo-sexual movie. All this and so much more on this darker episode of The Friendchise! What's New? Kon Cyberpunk 2077 next gen (PS5) The Elden Ring Hype Tyler Flesh + Blood (Tubi) Maren Cancun I Care A Lot (Netflix)
We're going to group therapy and reminiscing about the holidays by imagining what it would be like if Santa Clause was non-binary. I look forward to your complaints, conservatives! Follow Stanzi on Insta: @StanziPotenza Follow Stanzi on TikTok: @StanziPotenza Don't forget to follow the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: bit.ly/WhatFreshHellIsThisPodcast If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be amazing! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: bit.ly/WhatFreshHellIsThisPodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I'm excited because I found a book called Find Your Red Thread: Make Your Big Ideas Irresistible and even though I'm only 29% of the way through the book I am "Santa Clause is coming tonight" excited about reading the rest of it. The Red Thread represents the path back to where you first started. By remembering what it was like when you first started in your niche, you can better understand your audience who is right where you started. The red thread is your path to success. When you can explain your podcast in a way that resonates with your audience. Sometimes you need to address the "wrong" questions your audience is asking so you can get their attention and provide focused content that points them in the right direction and positions you as a trusted source of content. I'm also going to talk about focus. This is inspired by the book Secrets of Dynamic Communications: Prepare with Focus, Deliver with Clarity, Speak with Power by Ken Davis. I feel this goes along well with the other book. Join the School of Podcasting When you join the School of Podcasting you can quit worrying about: Are people going to listen to me? (Yes, cause I'll show you how to see what they want). Am I going to sound stupid? (No, as I'll show you the magic of editing) It will cost a million dollars (No, I'll have you sounding like a million bucks without spending a million bucks). I don't anything about this technology (You said the same thing about driving). Get access to: Step-by-step tutorials, live group coaching, a mastermind group filled with brilliant podcasting minds, and the ability to schedule as many one on one quick fix calls as you like at no extra charge. Join worry-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/start Mentioned In This Episode Find Your Red Thread: Make Your Big Ideas Irresistible Secrets of Dynamic Communications: Prepare with Focus, Deliver with Clarity, Speak with Power by Ken Davis. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change Out on the Wire: The Storytelling Secrets of the New Masters of Radio Transom.org School of Podcasting
Welcome to the place where we get to let our geek flags fly and talk about all things geek. Basically a fuzzy guide to life, the universe, and everything but mostly geek stuff. This is a look into the world of geekdom and some geek news, comics, The Simpsons, Star Wars, and whatever randomness finds its way onto the recording. This level of the podcast includes: Village Roadshow sues WB over Matrix 4 release Anthony Ramos cast in Ironheart Futurama coming back for more on Hulu in 2023 Bladerunner 2049 sequel series on Amazon Netflix Marvel shows leaving Ray Stevenson joins Ahsoka cast Norman Reedus working on family friendly urban fantasy with Jim Henson Co Jean-Claude Van Damme retiring after one more film RIP Ivan Reitman Jurassic World: Dominion merch from Mattel Star Trek 4 Peacemaker renewed for Season 2 John Williams composing Obi-Wan Kenobi theme Street Fighter MTG cards revealed The Undertaker to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame Walton Goggins joins Fallout series for Prime video Tom King provides new answer to Superman v Batman debate Lord and Miller talk Solo Dr. SatMoM trailer Rescue Rangers teaser trailer The Princess and the Scoundrel novel by Beth Revis New The Old Republic trailer Hideaki Anno creating a cinematic universe with Godzilla & more Transformers news form Paramount First look at Daniel Radcliffe as Weird Al George Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy to receive Milestone Award at PGA JJ Abrams wanted to blow up Coruscant Ming-Na Wen says the finale of Book of Boba Fett will make a rewatch different Sebastian Stan says “never say never” to being Luke Skywalker Lucasfilm loses rights to Children of Blood and Bone Anthony Daniels shares image of mocap suit Barris Offee speculation 25 years since the special editions released Obi-Wan five issue comic Darth Vader skates at the Olympics Sunday NY Times crossword teases on Star Wars vs Star Trek Rumor of a High Republic show with Jon Watts attached to direct? Rumor that Rupert Friend is playing the Grand Inquisitor in Obi-Wan Kenobi How Bill Burr ended up in Star Wars Rumor of an animated Lost Stars movie George Lucas comments about Grogu The Mandalorian almost featured coaxium Ming-Na Wen clarifies her comments about Book of Boba Fett Season 1 The Superb Owl geeky things RIP Douglas Trumbull and Isaac Bardavid Morbius delayed from Jan 28 to April 1 Rumor of deleted Matt Murdock scenes James Mangold says there's one month left of filming for Indy 5 Bill Murray confirms his Quantumania role Cobra Kai S4 is most watched show on Netflix Tim Allen returning for Santa Clause limited series on Disney+ James Gunn would have loved a 500 million budget to make GotG3 A plethora of Batgirl set photos Fun theory that Asgard survived the emergence of a Celestial Sam Raimi likes No Way Home Black Panther: Wakanda Forever filming again Spider-Man: No Way Home to air first on Starz Newest Picard trailer Marvel comics Judgment Day Hocus Pocus 2 release date Peter Dinklage and Snow White Gugu Mbatha-Raw confirms she'll be back for Loki S2 Speculation that Grant Gustin will be done as The Flash after S9 Dakota Johnson cast as Madame Web for Sony Rumor that Anson Mount's Black Bolt in MCU Titans S4 might have Lex Luthor Russell Crowe to star in Kraven the Hunter movie Morbius poster Before the Batman: An Original Movie Novel NASA plans to crash land the ISS in 2031 First look at Zack Snyder's Rebel Moon for Netflix Jurassic World Dominion trailer Lightyear trailer Firefly reboot on Disney+ is still a thing Netflix greenlights a Bioshock movie Stranger Things 4 coming May 27 – 5th season will be the last James Gunn to focus on DC TV after Guardians TTFN! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/support
This week we're joined by Eric from File Under Entertainment and The Evil Mark Show as we discuss Garage Sale. Tangents include helping David's Dad with ham radio stuff, further details on Santa Clause being a vampire, and James Bond villains. Apologies for Jake's audio quality. If you'd like to support us monetarily you can do so on Patreon. You can find us in these places: Twitch. Twitter. Discord. email@example.com
This week we answer questions from SVCC member, Doug Abernathy about worship planning, song selection and Santa Clause. Make sure to join us for our 100th episode live recording at SVCC on Wednesday, February 23rd from 6:00-8:00pm! JM's Album of the Week: Anaïs Mitchell - Anaïs Mitchell Bradford's Book Club: Eight Dates: Essential Conversations for a Lifetime of Love by John & Julie Gottman
Matt has a nice chat with the first friend he ever made in the Santa community, Santa Stuart Deacon Jr. Topics they cover include designer beards, "The Santa Clause", and Stuart's online Santa school.Find Stuart on Instagram: santastuartclausYouTube: Santa Stuart
People often get confused with the terms and conditions of “freedom of speech”. While we all have the freedom of saying whatever we want, it doesn't exclude us from the consequences of those words. Individuals who exercise this liberty sometimes find themselves on the wrong end of things but where do we draw the line; how does one pursue creative freedom while also being socially sensitive? Is it even possible? Along with my bros Sam Pemberton and Peter Castro, this episode we're cutting it up over gym nudity, Joe Rogan, believing in Santa Clause and underground rats! IG - Sam:@samjpem / Peter:@petecastro78
This week Dan and Chris discuss some TV news from the last few weeks, including The Santa Clause getting a Disney+ show with Tim Allen returning. Plus we review Peacemaker and take a spoiler-filled look at the unusual structural choices made for The Book of Boba Fett.
[Spoiler Alert] In this episode of K-Drama School, Grace discusses the show Our Beloved Summer (SBS, 2021-2022). Grace talks about Kim Dami and Choi Woo-shik's acting careers, their awkward romantic chemistry on the small screen, and how K-dramas today are exhibiting “first” world problems as opposed to more developing-nation problems seen in dramas from 20+ years ago. Grace's guest is LA-based comedian Mike Rose (@themikerose on Instagram), and their discussion is a deep textual analysis of Sean Baker's latest film Red Rocket (2021), Santa Clause and reindeers' pagan mythology being associated with amanita mushrooms' hallucinogenic properties, how Red Rocket is comparable to Fellini's Nights of Cabiria, the time Mike corresponded with Sean Baker, how marginalized people live off the “edge of industry,” Simon Rex's Hollywood history as a teen movie celebrity with a past in porn, Rex's gorgeous penis, his past as an MTV VJ, male body image issues, how Red Rocket exposes useless masculinity that justifies its presence by emphasizing stereotypical female weakness, the stigmatization of sex workers, the extent of Mikey Saber's rationalizing for his own survival, the “nerve” of the filmmaker to use NSYNC's “Bye Bye Bye” in the opening of the film, and their great love for the performances and explorations in this film. Follow @KDramaSchool on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok. Visit kdramachool.com to learn more.
Hey everyone! Hope all of you are doing well! We are back this week with some Shakespeare. Just a quick reminder, if you would rather to take us on the go, please listen to our audio version on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, and Spotify! Thank you.This week we talk about some news, but we first start off with our famous segment, "Why do we need this?" like a MonsterVerse tv series coming to Apple+. There is also a Christmas Story sequel being developed. And lastly Daniel Radcliffe has been cast as Weird Al.Some other news like the Moon Knight trailer has dropped, Batgirl's costume has been revealed, and XBOX acquires Activision. This weeks film that we review is Joel Coen's adaptation of William Shakespeare's play, The Tragedy of Macbeth.Thank you everyone for listening/watching. Please subscribe to follow our shenanigans, leave us comment (we love hearing from you all), and give us a like. Time Stamps00:00-15:16News: 15:17-16:38—MonsterVerse series coming to Apple+16:39-18:17—A Christmas Story getting a sequel18:18-20:28—The Santa Clause series coming to Disney+20:29-22:51—Daniel Radcliffe is Weird Al22:52-25:39—The Batman official runtime released25:40-28:35—Moon Knight trailer dropped28:36-29:18—Batgirl costume reveal29:20-30:17—Attack of Joss Whedon30:18-34:44—XBox acquires Activision 34:44-35:53—Meat Loaf passes awayReview:35:54-56:49—The Tragedy of Macbeth56:49-1:01:41—Coming Up Next Week.
Faith Trust and a little bit of Pixy... uhh? Tune in this episode to learn about a new Santa Clause series starring Tim Allen, the streaming success of Encanto, the new Moon Knight and the return of Proud Family! It is a full episode!! We discuss the Return Of Neverland like no one has before! Is James Matthew Barrie (original author of Peter Pan) spinning in his grave? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/disneyplusus/message
#Podcast #WGU the latest in #Geeknews and #Popculture sponsored by Siouxsie Queues https://siouxsiequeues.com/ who joins Smurf in studio this week. As promised the two talk Book of Boba, the deep dives, some Easter eggs, and the single most annoying thing Smurf has ever seen. Before that it's Moon Knight, the mighty Marvel gives us a trailer and date for a character that some consider ‘B' league. Peace Maker is here and not sure what to think, Superman and Lois look to deliver a story we never expected and Smurf maybe was right about a villain. Are the writers better at DC than Marvel? Red Notice 2 and 3, Justified returns, and so does the Santa Clause. We are just as confused as you, all of this and more for your weekend Geek Update. #GeekNews #NerdNews #Popculture #Netflix #Disney+ #Streaming #KDrama #StarWars #BobaFett #CowboyBebop #SupermanandLois #CW #DC #Peacemaker #MoonKnight #Marvel #Justified #NewEpisode #SmurfsTake #5280Geek #StayGeeky #IHeartRadio #Itunes #Spotify #Podbean #YouTube
We beginnen de aflevering met het bespreken van een film op een nieuw platform. Pepr geeft zwarte filmmakers een podium via het platform Picl. We mochten de coming of age-film Jinn kijken. Nieuwsgierig geworden? Hier vind je Pepr: https://picl.nl/programmas/pepr/ Netflix zendt een rood bericht uit naar Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds en Gal Gadot voor twee nieuwe films. Leslie Grace post een foto van haarzelf waarin ze Batgirl cosplayed. Tim Allen mag zijn dikmaakpak weer aan, want er komt een spinoff van The Santa Clause. Disney+ maakt ons ook lekker met een spinoff serie van Real Steel en we kruipen onder een warme deken voor de trailer van Against the Ice. Ben je Film Fans Podcast Fan? Je kunt ons al bedanken voor deze podcast voor maar 1 euro per maand via https://www.patreon.com/FilmFansPodcast Vergeet je niet te abonneren op ons kanaal, laat een review achter in jouw podcast-app, volg ons op Facebook: www.facebook.com/filmfanspodcast en Instagram: www.instagram.com/filmfanspodcast. Voor meer reviews, filmnieuws en afleveringen ga je naar www.filmfanspodcast.nl. Voor vragen en opmerkingen mag je ons altijd mailen via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christmas morning and surrounded by opened presents and torn wrapping paper, a family of 7 lays in a pool of blood as police enter the home only to discover a man dressed as Santa Clause pulled the trigger killing each and every one of them. This is the Grapevine Massacre. MERCH: https://www.redbubble.com/people/wickedandgrim/shop?asc=uPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/wickedandgrim?fan_landing=true Facebook:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wickedandgrim/ Instagram:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wickedandgrim/?hl=enWebsite: https://www.wickedandgrim.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Christmas eve, 2008, the Ortega family were having a fun family Christmas get together when suddenly there was a strange knock at the front door. It was Santa Clause and he was carrying a large present! When they opened the door, Santa pulled out a 9mm handgun and started executing everyone in his way before unwrapping his present to show his next weapon, a homemade flamethrower.MERCH: https://www.redbubble.com/people/wickedandgrim/shop?asc=uPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/wickedandgrim?fan_landing=true Facebook:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wickedandgrim/ Instagram:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wickedandgrim/?hl=enWebsite: https://www.wickedandgrim.com/Links:https://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-santa-shooting31-2008dec31-story.htmlhttps://www.huffpost.com/entry/covina-massacre-survivor-healing_n_5771b300e4b0dbb1bbbbbc9bhttps://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/covina-massacre-santa-suit-bruce-pardo-ortega-familyhttps://heresthefuckingtwist.com/2018/12/25/true-crime-tuesday-christmas-eve-massacre/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
K Sera asks about Religion. Hold on to your hats. Show Notes: N/A K Sera's after thoughts: - Tell us how you really feel, me. - Religion has its purpose in offering people comfort and acting as a moral compass to those (arguably terrifying) individuals who need to be told how to “be good” - even though we have secular alternatives that are based in reality… but whatever, different people have different needs. - Even with the positive aspects, I would still argue religion is not a good thing for humanity. Like any system of governance, it's designed to control through manipulation and the threat of consequences. In many respects, our current legal and criminal justice systems aren't much better. In both instances, the institutions have stagnant leadership and substrate. Trying to implement changes are often met with violence and death in devastating numbers. The difference between religion and governance is actually pretty minimal when I think about it. The biggest difference I see is probably the approach of leadership. Who holds power? Why do they hold power, or who gave it to them? God? Santa Clause? Citizens? Money? Electoral votes? … ugh… it's all stupid lies, isn't it? - I don't know guys. Government looks like a net bad, too. - Well, I guess I'm going to go listen to Imagine by John Lennon and contemplate the unattainable. Phil's after thoughts: -Are people a net negative as a whole? Government can be just as corrupt as religion, from small tribal leaders to modern day empires. And even if we don't have any organization (maybe the step prior to hunter-gather, when our ancestors were nothing more than vulture-scavengers), serious injustice of "might makes right" would substitute any artificial human law. -Whenever people exist; problems exist. I feel we blame religion as the scape goat when really the problem is human beings all along (insert meme "AlwaysHasBeen.meme"). -We blame the tool, not the toolmaker
Brandon and I (Alec) fill your holiday sports appetite with a little bit of everything this Wednesday. In college football, we look at the implications of the new Covid-19 clause in determining a CFP champion as well as who the heck is going to play in the Gator Bowl after A&M dropped out. Our NFL talk previews the coming game week and Brandon gives a little side bet info you"ll want to take advantage of! Brandon then opens the GOAT of the NBA argument and adds a SHOCKING candidate to the mix! We also dive into what Brandon wants from Santa Clause this year as well as possibly my new favorite holiday drink. So cozy up by the fire, grab an eggnog or four and enjoy the Sharpe Sports Report this Christmas! SMASH that subscribe button and Merry Christmas! --- 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/the_sharpe_sports_report/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the_sharpe_sports_report/support
*DISCLAIMER: Please do not play this week's episode around children because Santa's secret is out* Episode 21. This week's episode is all about the holidays! Tune in to find out why Tommy hates Santa Clause, what their holiday traditions are and why they cancelled Christmas last year! We want to wish all of you a very happy holiday season! Do you want to be featured on the pod? DM us at @tillthedirtpodcast on Instagram for a chance to have your question answered by Tommy and MJ. Do you want a personalized video from MJ or Tommy? https://www.cameo.com/mercedesjavid https://www.cameo.com/tfeightnyc To learn more about Feight Club, follow us on social media @tillthedirtpodcast @mercedesjavid @tfeightnyc The website is live and the merch is here! Head to tillthedirtpodcast.com for the perfect gift this holiday season. MJ's Amazon Live Tommy's Feight Club Book Wish List
Tyler and Konnery attempt to free themselves from the curse of Santa Claus alongside holiday movie punch upper Maren Gainey! Together the trio discuss what's really in the snow globes, actively avoiding talking about the movie, and what could've saved this movie from being the travesty it was. All this and so much more on this Frostmas episode of The Friendchise! What's New? Kon Dark Souls 2 BEATEN, DONE, AND READY FOR ELDEN RING! (PS5) Candy-Coated Christmas (Discovery+) Tyler Invasion U.S.A. (Tubi TV) Eyes Wide Shut (HBOMax) Christmas Collision (Amazon Rental) Maren Klaus (Netflix) A Christmas Movie Christmas (Hulu, Tubi TV, IMDB TV) A New York Christmas Wedding (Netflix)
I absolutely love the festive season, a massive kid at heart, and so each year we watch the same Christmas Films, The Santa Clause, Christmas Vacation, Scrooged, Elf.... etcetera ectetera...However, there are always those older classic movies, synonymous with the Christmas season which I haven't watched yet... and so I thought I would choose four to watch and discuss for this festive special episode of the We Need To Talk About Movies Podcast! White Christmas (1954) (https://amzn.to/3J2FN7g) - Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye star in this musical in which two entertainers try to save the livelihood of their old general but hosting a masisve song and dance show at his quiet hotel! A Christmas Carol (1951) (https://amzn.to/3mbTCGQ) and Scrooge (1971) (https://amzn.to/3qq9Z47)- two classic retellings of Dickens beloved Christmas tale, the former a dramatic version starring Alastair Sim,, the second a musical account with Albert Finney and Alec Guinness.Miracle on 34th Street (1947) - (https://amzn.to/3yByvTs) A man claiming to be Santa Clause is put on trial as he tries to win over a straight laced mother and her far too serious daughter. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wnmovietalk)
Tyler and Konnery search for a last minute Christmas wife with help from local elf Casey Klein for "The Santa Clause 2! The jolly trio discuss pressured marriages, fascist Santa, radicalized Christmas children, and so much more on this revolutionary episode of The Friendchise! What's New?: Kon DARK SOULS 2 (STILL)PS5 Kingdom Hearts Collection (PS5) Tyler Uncharted 2 (PS4) The Holiday (Hulu) Shazam (HBOMax) Casey The Office (Peacock) King Richard (HBOMax)
My house has two warm rooms, the living room, and the kitchen. Those enormous wood stoves certainly do the trick, and the sound of the wood crackling never gets old. It's about thirty minutes before bedtime, and I need to make sure I'm prepared to drift away quickly. It's a big night with Santa making a stop, so I have to do everything right. I've spent all year being a good boy, so I sure don't want to cause a ruckus at the last minute. Opening the door leading to the foyer, I make a frantic dash zipping around the steps bursting through my bedroom door to flip the switch on my electric blanket. A tiny light appears to let me know it's working while I watch my frozen breath for a second before returning to the warmth of the living room. You're either too hot or too cold in an old house, and there is no in-between. Too long in the kitchen and sweat beads up on my forehead, but one step in the next room, and I'm ready for a heavy coat. On school mornings, I'd abandon the luxury of my blanket and race to the bathroom to plop down on the floor. Our electric space heater was my only hope of survival. A red glow would gradually take over the coils while one-half of my body defrosted. Once I couldn't take it anymore, I'd switch sides and repeat before jumping into a hot shower. By the time I got out, the modest area was full of steam and warm enough to dry off and get dressed. It was my ritual, and I had it down to an art. School should be the last thing on my mind because tomorrow is a momentous day, and I must remain centered. With fifteen minutes to kill, I crack open the worn copy of our Sears catalog and turn to the pages I delicately marked weeks ago. Instantly, my eyes are cemented to the Lone Ranger and Silver, his steed. I secretly wanted Tonto and Scout too, but each toy was almost ten dollars, and I do not want Santa to think I'm selfish. Grabbing a handful of silver tinsel icicles from the Christmas tree, I tossed them onto the television screen and watched them pop and bounce around when I touched them for a tiny shock. Mom, in her robe, snuck up on me and said, "Christopher, get that stuff off of the tv and get to bed if you want Santa Clause to make a stop." It's all she had to say; I immediately followed her directions, told her I loved her, then scurried off. When decorating the television set, I overheard the newsman say the Air Force spotted Kris Kringle entering the USA. A friend of mine had the nerve to inform me that Santa isn't real on the last day of class before Christmas break. It'll be fun to tell him he's incorrect because the military has evidence. Hardly anything is more satisfying than slipping into a heated blanket at bedtime. After pulling the covers over my head, I'd lay there until the last bit of chill left my nostrils. My nose is always the final thing to heat up and the first thing to freeze. Then I slip off my socks to enjoy the feeling of my bare feet cradled in pure coziness. Now that I'm officially safe from hypothermia, I can finally rest and dream about the joy I'll find under the evergreen in a few hours. Of course, the desire to fall asleep and falling asleep on Christmas Eve are two separate matters. My imagination ran wild as I envisioned Saint Nick tiptoeing around and emptying his bag beneath our tree. "How is it even possible to visit every single house in the world in one night?" I thought to myself. He is mystical, so my best guess is that he suspends time and fulfills everyone's wishes in the blink of an eye. To him, it takes about three days which is much more reasonable, but for us mortals, it all happens while we slumber. I smile as I am sure I've discovered Santa's great mystery, but I'll keep this info to myself because I'd never want it to fall into evil hands. Gosh, the night before Christmas has got to be the longest evening of the entire year. Although I'm not sure, so I'll try to look that up sometime in our World Book Encyclopedias. If you know the alphabet, you can find anything in those books. It probably has something to do with the big guy pausing time all night long. If that's the case, I doubt I'll have much luck researching, but I'll take a look anyway. After hours of pondering questions like, "I wonder if he brushes his teeth after milk and cookies every time?" I can finally see daybreak. Full of adrenalin, I slip my socks back on and turn my blanket off. The moment I have waited for all year is finally here, and I can hardly contain myself. The bitterness doesn't phase me as I walk through the freezing foyer. Mom and Dad are awake; I hear the television, and all I have to do is wander straight into utter bliss. Before another step, I shut my eyes to thank God for the most incredible home a kid could ask for, and I close my prayer with, "Happy Birthday Jesus." The door creeks as I lean into it just enough to see my parents relaxing on the couch, urging me to explore. Before Santa Clause moves on to the next family, he never forgets to leave a little magic behind. I know because I can sense the awe erupting within my chest. The enchantment of this extraordinary celebration propels me toward our spruce to expose all of the wonders a child could manage. It was as though some great power raised the toys from our catalog and meticulously placed them where they belonged. All that's left to do is to ride off into the sunset. Hi-Yo, Silver, and away!
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Tyler and Konnery don the red suit alongside Santa expert Nicole Enright (and Tyler's sister!) for an episode full of holiday cheer and dark Christmas speculation. Together the trio discuss the secret rules of the elves, how many Santas may have come before, and the fact that Bernard remembers everything. All this and so much more on this jolly episode of The Friendchise! What's New Kon Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Dark Souls 2 Tyler Ernest Saves Christmas Spencer Nicole Trolls 2 Humans
The Ghosts of Podcasts Past, Present, and Future arrive to teach the guys about the true meaning of the Christmas movie. Being the know-it-all jerks that they are, Jason, Josh, and Adam decide to tell the ghosts what a good Christmas movie is really about. They also wedgie the ghosts and take their lunch money as they discuss the various versions of A Christmas Carol (including the Muppet kind), A Christmas Story, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, The Santa Clause, and the Ahnold classic Jingle All the Way. --- 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/brickedpit/message
It's not Thanksgiving until Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is on the television. The floats, the marching bands, and the entertainers are mesmerizing. It's an enormous spectacle, especially for a little boy in a small town. Mom's already busy in the kitchen, but my father hangs out with me for almost everything. "Oh gosh! Oh gosh! Look, Dad, it's Spider-man! There's Superman Dad, look!" Dad smiles and reminds me that we have to watch until the very end because of the special guest. I know exactly what he's talking about because this isn't my first rodeo. They save Mr. Kringle himself for the very end. Everyone knows the real Santa shows up for the big parade, so it's my chance to catch a glimpse. I've sure tried to see him in the act on Christmas Eve, but he's quick and sneaky. I feel like he's waving at me whenever the camera zooms in on his face. I've been to the mall before in town and sat with one of those wannabes. The beard is a dead giveaway every single time. It's how I know the Macey Santa is the real deal. The announcer keeps saying that Kris Kringle is getting close, but that was three commercial breaks ago! I have to go to the bathroom, but I'll miss him as soon as I do, so it's in my best interest to hold tight. "Here he comes, son!" My fathers' eyes get as big as mine as we catch the first flash of the jolly old elf in his sleigh. We both tremble in excitement together as Santa is finally introduced and waves at Dad and me. We know Christmas is on the way, and Dad says, "It won't be long now, Chris."
Like sands through the hourglass and neutrophils toward inflammation, the seasons come at you fast, and Amy and Stef are proud to announce…season TWO of Cancer for Breakfast! We've got support groups to promote, new partnerships, and as always, plenty of RATS. This week we ask: what's the dirt on St. Judas—pardon me—we mean St. Jude's! Well, Jennifer Aniston and her army of cancer researchers are sitting on literal billions while parents sleep in the pediatric parking lot. ProPublica may have done all the reporting, but we'll summarize it, and you'll never receive a bill. You know there's no good cause the gals won't side eye. (Santa Clause, gird your loins: you might be next.) Plus, ADHD symptoms after cancer? It's just that ol' chemobrain…or is it? Theme song by VyvyvyrRATS theme song by Jessica BoudreauxBuy us a coffee, why don't ya? Learn more about this week's RATS: https://www.verywellhealth.com/adderall-and-other-stimulants-for-chemobrain-513883And https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0093775413001644?via%3DihubGet yourself a bottle of F*** Cancer nail polish from Claws Out! Get started with Myriad Genetics MyRisk at Myriad.com/survivor
A Visit from St. NicholasBy Clement Clarke Moore'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the houseNot a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;The children were nestled all snug in their beds;While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads;And mamma in her 'kerchief, and I in my cap,Had just settled our brains for a long winter's nap,When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter,I sprang from my bed to see what was the matter.Away to the window I flew like a flash,Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash.The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow,Gave a lustre of midday to objects below,When what to my wondering eyes did appear,But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny rein-deer,With a little old driver so lively and quick,I knew in a moment he must be St. Nick.More rapid than eagles his coursers they came,And he whistled, and shouted, and called them by name:"Now, Dasher! now, Dancer! now Prancer and Vixen!On, Comet! on, Cupid! on, Donner and Blitzen!To the top of the porch! to the top of the wall!Now dash away! dash away! dash away all!"As leaves that before the wild hurricane fly,When they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky;So up to the housetop the coursers they flewWith the sleigh full of toys, and St. Nicholas too—And then, in a twinkling, I heard on the roofThe prancing and pawing of each little hoof.As I drew in my head, and was turning around,Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with a bound.He was dressed all in fur, from his head to his foot,And his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot;A bundle of toys he had flung on his back,And he looked like a pedler just opening his pack.His eyes—how they twinkled! his dimples, how merry!His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry!His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,And the beard on his chin was as white as the snow;The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth,And the smoke, it encircled his head like a wreath;He had a broad face and a little round bellyThat shook when he laughed, like a bowl full of jelly.He was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf,And I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself;A wink of his eye and a twist of his headSoon gave me to know I had nothing to dread;He spoke not a word, but went straight to his work,And filled all the stockings; then turned with a jerk,And laying his finger aside of his nose,And giving a nod, up the chimney he rose;He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,And away they all flew like the down of a thistle.But I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out of sight—“Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!”
In this week's episode, Team Ash help a Jynx to return to the North Pole so it can give Santa Clause back its missing boot. Meanwhile, Team Rocket follow them hoping that Jessie can finally get her revenge on Santa for what he did to her 10 years ago by stealing all of the presents. Twitter: @pokemonsnapshot Jeff's Twitter: @ranzrik Josh's Twitter: @JBall90 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Part of the Pokecasters Network Raving Energy (faster) by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5030-raving-energy-faster- License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/