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Episode 146: Writer's Don'ts: What to Avoid in Business and Personal Blogging Welcome to episode 146 of the Cocktails & Content Creation Podcast! For this episode, we're going to talk about writer's don'ts: what to avoid in business and personal blogging with Content Strategist, Amanda Hand.In our one-hundred-and-forty-sixth episode you'll learn:The benefits of blogging for your business and how it can be a tool to build a rapport with your audienceWhy you should also be blogging on a personal levelThe difference between personal and business bloggingThe biggest “Writer's Don'ts” - the things you should never do on your blog or when writing your articlesWhy being authentic and not writing what you think people want to read is keyThe best approach for titles and headlinesSome Do's for blogging that you can start incorporating into your content marketing plan todayIdeas to help you stay consistentAbout our Guest:Amanda Hand is an accomplished Content Strategist specializing in Digital Marketing and SEO across diverse industries. Her expertise lies in creating high-performing content that drives business growth, managing international teams, and converting audiences through effective ad copy and long-form content. Beyond her corporate role, Amanda is passionate about helping individuals unlock their potential in digital marketing. With a unique blend of practical experience, leadership skills, and mentorship, she's a must-listen voice for anyone interested in the dynamic field of content strategy and SEO.Jessie's Drink - Sex in the Jacuzzi2 oz. Schnapps, raspberry2 oz. Vodka1 oz. Cranberry Juice 1 splash Orange Soda1 oz. (unsweetened) Pineapple Juice2 oz. Sprite1 oz. Orange JuiceDon't forget to add the glow sticks like Jessie!Thanks for Listening!Join our Facebook Community for more tips and tricks on how to easily create content and chat with other content creators! And make sure to follow our Instagram. Links & Resources:Regex SEORegex SEO on Facebook@regexseo on Twitter @regexseo on Instagram@regexseo on YouTubeAmanda Hand on LinkedInUntil next time, cheers to your next cocktail and happy content creating!Kate & JessieHosts of “The Cocktails and Content Creation Podcast”
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Bill joins us again this week to discuss an episode involving the wedding of the century! Not really though, but Murdock looked really pretty! Listen in as we discuss shark milk, tears of the kingdom, telephone repairmen and so much more!Episode Title: Till Death Do Us PartOriginal Airdate: April 19th, 1983Find more info about Bill and his podcasts here: https://www.carnivalofgleecreations.com/Find/Purchase D20 or Die here!Find The Airwolf Years from Episodes 96 - 189Find The Knight Rider Years from Episodes 1 - 95-----The 80's Years Opening & Closing Theme by: Steve Corning, http://thinkfishtank.comThe 80's Years Logo Design by: Luke Larsson, http://www.meaningfullymaed.comFollow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ciampakleinInstagram: @the80syearsTwitter: @EightiesYearsTikTok: @the80syearsEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.orgCall our Hotline: (207) 835-1954Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts!-----The 80's Years is a proud member of The Podfix Network. Check us out and all the other amazing podcasts at www.podfixnetwork.comInstagram: @official_podfixTwitter: @podfixFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podfixnetwork
In this episode of Real Talk, KJK Student Defense Attorneys Susan Stone and Kristina Supler are joined by Dr. Suzanne Schneps, a 30-year clinical psychologist who works with children, their parents and family units. Topics that they discuss are related to resilience in children. The conversation includes the relationship between resilience and success, how parents can teach kids resilience without over-parenting, and tips to model resilience for children to see and emulate. Show Notes: (03:05) How Dr. Schnep Defines Resilience (05:06) How To Really Define Success (05:57) Is Being Resilient Linked To Success? (06:58) Are Kids Struggling More These Days Than In Previous Generations? (10:31) How Parents Can Build Resilience Into Children (12:54) Parents and Kids: Collaborating Versus Setting Non-Negotiable (15:17) Knowing When to Protect Your Child Versus Letting Them Find Their Own Way (18:05) The Difference Between Your Child Being Bullied versus Not Just Being Liked (20:41) How Educators Can Handle Bullying Or Mean Comments In Class (21:41) A Great Example of Mediation Between Students in Conflict (24:49) Resilience for Kids and Dealing with Grief of the Death of a Loved One (27:04) What it Means to a Child When Parents Apologize For Their Behavior (29:11) When Is It Ok to Hold Back From Kids (31:40) How to Talk To Kids About Covid (RSV)? (34:19) Set the Example: Model Resilience For Your Kids Susan Stone: Today's topic is really a very fundamental topic because as everyone knows, Kristine and I focus on helping students when they're in a crisis situation. But long after Kristina and I are able to help the student out of the. We hear back from parents and some kids bounce back and lead and go on to do better. Susan Stone: And some kids, the crisis defines them and it leads us to the question of resilience. So we wanted to have a podcast focused on that very topic because Kristina and I only see a small snippet of the crisis. We don't know the student before. And unless someone reaches back out to us, we don't know the after. Susan Stone: So our guest is really the expert on the topic. Kristina Supler: We're pleased today to be joined by Suzanne Schneps, who is a clinical psychologist in Cleveland, Ohio, who's been practicing for over 30 years. She works with children's parents and family units. Prior to her clinical work, Dr. Schneps' training, uh, was as an elementary school teacher and also a special education, uh, worker. Kristina Supler: She worked with children with cognitive challenges, learning differences, and a variety of mental health issues as well. This experience really informs Dr. Schneps' work with children and gives her a unique understanding of how academic and school issues impact a child's self-concept and overall wellbeing. Kristina Supler: Dr. Schnapps is just the best. Susan Stone: I would have to agree and I'll have to throw in. This is really scary. I met Dr. Schneps over 25 years ago already. Wow. Yeah. She is a consultant at my um, daughter's school, which is Hathaway Brown and All Girl School, and she really. Made a big impact on creating an environment for resilience. Susan Stone: So we have maintained our relationship all these years. And when you say she is the best, The best, but I also say her daughter, who is a psychologist, also the best, , also the best. So can we give a shout out that not only are you great working with students, but you raised one heck of a daughter in that Jenny Wolinsky? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: You know, I don't know whether I can handle all these positives. Ladies, . Kristina Supler: Well, welcome. We're happy to have you today. Thanks for joining us. Susan Stone: So before we launch into a big discussion on resilience, Dr. Schnapps, can you define the term so we're all on the same page? What we're really talking about? . Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Well, well, well, Susan, I think you gave a good way to describe resilience to kids, but also adults. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: It's bouncing back. It's how are you gonna handle the fact that life is not perfect, that life has handled, handed you some things that are kind of challenging, and how are you gonna respond? so you move on with life. In the early years we would do lots of little exercises where we would give a situation and we would literally have them jump up and down to show that they were bouncing back and being resilient. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: But it's figuring out a way to move forward so that the problem did not define you and did not weigh you down as you move forward in the future. Kristina Supler: it. It resilience relates to being able to move forward. Let me ask you, can a child or an adult be successful without having resilience? Well, I guess Dr. Suzanne Schneps: I would have to say that it depends on how you define being successful. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: I know about that Kristina Supler: answer coming. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Oh my gosh. Wait, wait. Yeah. Walk yourself right into that. Sure did. Okay. You know, if you wanna be miserable your whole life, it's kind of a choice. Okay. By my standards, you could probably have a more, positive forward thinking. I might even use the word happier life, but if you're okay with it that's really your choice. Susan Stone: Is that successful? I mean, seriously. I'm not just trying to play cute. Yeah. If your goal is to be miserable and you achieve it, you're successful at that. So I don't think that's our definition . Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Well, that's not our definition of a healthy mental health approach to life. So if we're saying that we want resilience and we want a happy, healthy life, that would be allowing the resilience. Susan Stone: I'm still struggling. I don't know why. Yeah. Help me out here because when I think of success, Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Uh, you're defining success Susan and Kristina by how you personally experience it. Okay. You are both very resilient people. Crisis is put in front of you. You actually live this in your work. You figure it out, you try to solve it, and the then you move on. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: You move on to the next one. Right? Okay. But there are people in life who say, I don't wanna do that. I'm okay being stuck. I don't wanna move on. Misery's comfortable. I mean, it's not a healthy approach, but you can make that choice. What happens then is you become known as a negative person. You become known as somebody that half the world does not really wanna be with, and you're miserable, but you can make that choice. Susan Stone: Would you agree then that being resilient is part and parcel of being successful? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Yes. I think it leads to being a moving forward. Adult and by and a moving forward child being resilient lets you continue on a path that's positive and on a path which we would define as successful, rather than being stuck. Yeah. , Kristina Supler: Dr. Schnep, susan and I tend to really only see Stu students when they're in crisis, at their worst, whether it's a school issue, a campus, uh, issue for kids in college, God forbid an issue in the juvenile justice system. Kristina Supler: Would you agree that students are less resilient today than they've been in the past. Susan Stone: Yeah, because we really can't go by what we see. It's not fair. We don't actually, nobody calls a lawyer and says, just want you to know my kid's doing great . Kristina Supler: It just seems that the kids are struggling more now. I mean, is that accurate or what are your thoughts? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay. I think, could we separate two things? Sure. I do think kids have a great deal more to, to struggle with. I think that the world is much more complicated. Social media adds a great deal. Uh, more pressure on kids. I don't know that I would say that they are less resilient today than they were in the past. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: I just think they have more to be resilient about. Susan Stone: Okay, but is that something every generation says? I mean, I'm sure the generation that was sending people off to the Vietnam War said this generation has more to deal with when, with others, or take it back further. My mother was a depression baby. And first generation after the Holocaust. Susan Stone: I think that generation, could we just, what makes this Kristina Supler: different, big, big issues versus. I wasn't invited to the party and I saw on Snapchat all my friends at a party. Susan Stone: Yeah, I just have a hard time with that. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay, so let's take a look at the following of when you're a kid. This is one of my favorite moments as a clinician cuz it helped to so define how an adolescent can see the world. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: I, I had this, this is really many years ago actually. I had this kid, his father was in the hospital with some bizarre disease that they thought he was going to die. His grandmother had just died. His unc Fa very favorite uncle had just died all within a week. I saw him on a Friday. I saw him on a Saturday. I saw him on a Sunday on Monday. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Wow. He calls, it's a miracle. His father's fine. All's good, but he has another huge problem. You wouldn't have time for this kid. We weren't supposed to see each other. I said, sure thing. What's the deal? The big problem was he was a sophomore in high school and it was homecoming and he didn't drive yet and did I think it would be embarrassing. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: He went to Beachwood. I actually remember if his mother. Dropped him off at the corner of Fairmont and Richmond and they walked the other way. But this was the big problem. Susan Stone: Touche, touche. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: We might say it's not a big problem, Kristina. Uh, you know that I read on Snapchat that everybody went to the party and I didn't. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: But as a kid it is a big problem. Okay? And they move from. Okay. Right to the next big one. Susan Stone: You know what? That's so interesting because that I was always raised with the cliche, little people, little problems, big people, bigger problems. But what you're saying is that's not true. You have to take the person where they're at. Susan Stone: They're just as big at that point. Kristina Supler: Yeah. It doesn't feel fair to minimize the problem in, in the life of the child, just because, you know, we as adults with our life history and experience, say like, oh, who cares? Move on. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: This would be like all the times that people have said, you'll go to your high school reunion, it'll be your 20th reunion, and you'll see that those people didn't amount to anything. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: They had a popular ones, you know, et cetera, et cetera. , it's irrelevant. When you're in the middle of, of your high school years, it's important to you in your middle school years. We have to take kids where they're at and what's important to them. Susan Stone: That's why she's the bomb. Kristina Supler: That's right. That's right. let's just jump to it. Kristina Supler: The big question here, what can parents do to build resilience in children? Susan Stone: We now have defined the problem. We want the solution. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay? Kids do not emphasize, not, you know, capital bold, like to always be told what to do. they like to figure it out. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: And if we're teaching them to be resilient, it's asking them the question of it's empathizing first. I mean, you know, that's really awful. Uh, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. What ideas do you have that would move you forward? Let you know I, you always have, and it's giving the positive vibe that you know, that they can figure it out and listening and hearing what they have to say and then commenting on it and asking. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Sounds great. Can I give a tweak to it? Because sometimes you're going, oh my goodness, that needs a little help. Kristina Supler: Oh geez. That's not the, that's not the way to move forward. . Dr. Suzanne Schneps: and sometimes you go, oh my gosh, that is not how to be resilient. You cannot go, and punch 'em out on the playground. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Um, that's gonna get us in real trouble. So then it's to say, well, let's think through the consequences of, of that choice. So it's engaging in a conversation. You are helping them to be resilient by giving them the message that they can figure it out. Susan Stone: We, where I struggle is the line between, sometimes you let them figure it out and sometimes it's a must do. Susan Stone: So let me give you an example. Um, okay. . My third was very, very nervous about driving. Mm-hmm. , I'm a working mother. Mm-hmm. divorce situation. So getting that kid driving was really important to me. Mm-hmm. and there. And by the way, today she is a great little driver, but getting her through that anxiety and then finally saying you're doing. Susan Stone: that it there, it's non-negotiable. How do you deal with the line of collaborating versus setting the non-negotiable? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Great question. Okay. Well, well, first of all, I personally am a big fan of the word non-negotiable. Some things are non-negotiable. You, you know, you have to go to school. It's non-negotiable. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: In your instance, your third child needed to learn to drive. It was non-negotiable. So the, the, there, there are a couple of pieces here. First of all, this is gonna sound weird for the person that encouraged people to talk. Sometimes as parents, we overtalk, we keep talking and talking and talking and we don't. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay. It's enough already. Since I'm not a dentist, TMJ is a very good thing. Shut your mouth, . Okay. Be quiet. Because we are encouraging and fostering anxiety, the more that we talk, we sometimes need to put a lid on it. Okay. And then in putting a lid on it, when it's non-negotiable, look for where there are some choices. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: You know, your daughter needed to Learn to drive. Okay, so it's saying it's non-negotiable, but here's what you can choose. I found this driving school and this driving school. You pick, talk to your friends. You know, you thought they both were fine. What do you care? So it's giving choice where you can, but making it clear it's going to happen. Susan Stone: Sort of like potty training. It's non-negotiable that you need to potty. You can pick the princess underwear or the Dr. Suzanne Schneps: rainbow underwear. Yes. Now of course you've walked yourself into such a complicated topic that we really won't go there . Cause you know, toilet training is all about control and the bottom line is you can say that, but they can choose to not want any of the underwear and we could have a problem. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: So we'll leave that one for another topic, another time. . Kristina Supler: Fair enough. Now, of course, being resilient, it doesn't mean that children aren't going to experience difficulty pain, heartache. Yeah. So what's the balance? That's life. That that's life and at any age, right? What's the balance between. , I hear you when you're saying, you know, don't over talk. Kristina Supler: Let the kids be a part of, of solving and working through how to move forward. But what's the balance between letting your child work through the issue? Feel the feelings, find a solution, and protecting your kid? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Yeah. Okay. That's a very good question actually. I agree. Here's where we protect our kid and step in, number one, we step in when it's a safety issue. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Parents always need to protect their kids with a, with a, with a safety issue. What defines a safety issue? Anything that will be harmful to them physically and anything that's significantly harmful to them educationally and emotionally When people hire you. , they know that their kid cannot navigate that system. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Actually, they're having trouble navigating the system. Oh yeah. Okay. So they are protecting their child by getting them what, what they need. And it's not a reasonable standard that some child should be able to do that. I think it's also taking into account developmentally where they're at. your little third grader gets into a, you know, a, a, a tiff with other kids and, and is fighting with them and gets called names and it's, you know, it doesn't go well. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: And they cross boundaries and say inappropriate things. A mom can still call and see if she can navigate with another mother, but when you were a junior or senior in high school, that is not appropriate. It's funny. So we Susan Stone: need. Yeah, I, I was just gonna say, I was talking to a very dear fa friend. Mm-hmm. , and it was a, a younger child where it got a, the name calling, I felt crossed a boundary. Susan Stone: And my advice was pick up the phone and call the mother. Now, don't let this continue. Would you have agreed with that? . Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Yes. Yes. Because the kid's little and the kid, we can help the kid with what to say, but not all of them can do it. And that's different than being 17 or 18 years old. Where we can role play, we can plan it, we can think about it, but they need to take care of some of it themselves. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Hmm. Well Susan Stone: you know what, look, we get a lot of calls from younger parents wanting me to sue school districts for bullying. And of course it's a very, very complicated legal issue that, you know, the school has to be first put on notice that there is bullying, but before we even get to something that would be defined as bullying, do you think there is a difference between. Susan Stone: Just not being liked by peers and bullying. Kristina Supler: That's a great question and I'm so curious to hear your response. Dr. Schneps because Susan and I often find ourselves in situations where we're having really hard conversations with parents. We're speaking as lawyers and you know, sometimes I feel like a jerk and parents are emotional and sharing with us their child's struggle and we're like, sorry, legally you don't have anything we can do for you. Kristina Supler: Be best wishes. You know that that stinks. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay. Well, I think I, I, this is not gonna be a popular view, but I think a little bit we are overusing the word bullying. I, Susan Stone: I think I totally agree. Well, we Kristina Supler: agree. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Yeah. Yeah. you can say to me something like, oh my gosh, those are such ugly earrings. Why would you ever buy them and wear them? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: You look ridiculous. . That's not bullying, that's being mean. You mean girls, you . That's not bullying or Susan Stone: brutally Dr. Suzanne Schneps: honest. It's brutally honest. You don't like 'em. Susan, I thought they were not bad. Um, it. It, but it's just plain mean. Okay. It's not bullying. And I, as a kid, need to learn. And that's where I would say the word resilience comes in. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: How do I handle those mean, mean comments? And I think that it is. Particularly in the early years, there is a tendency to do some of that mean kind of thing. You've been mean to me. I'm gonna be mean to her. See how, and, uh, I'll play it out and see how that feels. Hurt. People hurt. Mm-hmm. . And so I, I think parents need to help their kids with how to respond, which I guess would be being resilient if people make mean comments. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Now, what doesn't work in 2022? Were almost a 2023. You were probably told the two of you to ignore things. You can make one ignore and then you have to have a comeback. No, Susan Stone: not me, not I, not I Not you. No, actually, My , my parents basically said the only way to stop a bully or someone being mean is take 'em out in the playground and beat 'em up. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Well, that'll get you nowhere today, . Yeah. Kristina Supler: That'll get you get kicked outta school today. Susan Stone: Yeah. I, I, I didn't come from the ignore it, but I also think that was from a family where, again, My parents were depression babies and lost all their extended family in World War ii, so the whole thought of fighting back was very ingrained in them. Susan Stone: Mm-hmm. . Kristina Supler: What about for educators? Dr. Schnapps? We have, we have teachers in our audience who listen and school administrators. In. In your opinion, what can the classroom teacher, who's, who's seeing and hearing the name calling the looks, the, the heartache over exclusion, whatever it might be, what can the classroom teacher do to to stop the bullying or intervene in a constructive way. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Well, I think there's a couple things they can do, Kristina. I think one thing is they can encourage I statements instead of saying, you did this to me, you did this to me. It's the, I felt this way. I experienced what just happened to me, and encouraged kids to do that and give them the opportunity to be able to practice it. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: I also think. that they can encourage a form of mediation, which let's see. I will briefly define it. It's where you, you and peer, you're smiling. Susan Stone: Well, just because Kristina and I, many, many years ago, way before the pandemic became certified in restorative justice and we've just now years later, see it, Kristina Supler: schools sort of embracing the idea. Kristina Supler: Well, let me let you answer. I'll let you finish your answer. I think we're talking about the same thing, but who knows. So what does mediation mean to Dr. Suzanne Schneps: you? Oh, okay. I've had a conflict with, with you, Kristina. Okay. Horrible, horrible fight. You know, a horrible fight. I can't stand and I could in the best, in the best of all. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Susan says she will help us do this cuz she's another kid. But if not the teacher does. And first I tell what happened, how I see what happened. Mm-hmm. . And then you respond by saying exactly what I said. So if I say two plus two equals eight, you say two, Suzanne said two plus two equals eight. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: You do not change what? , then you talk and say what you think happened and I again repeat it. And if you say, nine plus nine is one, I have to say nine plus nine is one. And then the person that's helping us says, do either of you have a solution? And we look to see if there is a solution. Put, uh, put out there and we discuss it. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: But what's happened is each person has really heard what the other person experienced. And for many, and for a large majority of the, what would we call them more? Just they were mean and they were unkind, et cetera. It's easy to get the apology. It's easy to. Sure the next time you can, play with me and tag it. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: It resolves a lot of the easier things. Relatively quickly, the more complicated kinds of things. It brings to the foreground the need for further discussion and some kind of plan of action to further that discussion. Kristina Supler: So it sounds as though you're saying that the, what you've called mediation is really appropriate for children of all. Kristina Supler: It. It works quite well with the younger kids. Is that fair? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Well, actually, I could take it a step further. It works really well between parents and kids. Susan Stone: Oh, I love that. To really say, okay. To repeat back what you're hearing and that, and also to make sure you're framing the issue correctly. Yes. That's great. Kristina Supler: I like it. I like it. Susan Stone: So when students do suffer, A tragedy, and Lord knows the world does not lack tragedy, even if it's from, God forbid, the loss of a parent, any type of death including. We, we have heard in the community this year there were a number of young adults who died from fentanyl overdoses. Susan Stone: So we know that really serious things are happening and you have those remaining siblings, or even divorce. Kristina Supler: These are all, it's a major trauma for children. Susan Stone: Yeah. Really major trauma. Susan Stone: At what point do you say grieving is good? , but there's gotta be some sort of, not to get all lawyerly with you, statute of limitations on the grieving or Kristina Supler: basically life goes on, you gotta move forward. Susan Stone: How do you do that? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay. Well, so ladies, there isn't a statute of limitations on grieving. Kristina Supler: You c old callous lawyer, you Kristina Supler: The psychologist says wrong . Dr. Suzanne Schneps: That's why she's here. When there is ladies. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: how are you gonna manage it so that it doesn't, and it's, it's interesting cuz you asked this, when you say our topic is resilience, okay, how do you manage it in a way that still allows you to move forward? But you can have, I, I lost a parent as a child, particularly 20 years ago. And. You still can see a movie. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay, we'll make it simple and it re brings up and taps into play that, that grief and that's okay. You cried, but then you still were able to pull yourself together and, go out and have some ice cream and share what it was, and, and vocalize that it reminded you of your own situation that you've become comfortable with. Susan Stone: What I have done with my own children is insist that we all have to move forward, but also allow for space for them to talk about the past whenever they need to. I know the three of my children, and, and I'm not just sharing, but I will share with my reader, Suzanne has been incredible for my family. Susan Stone: There's a way to. , incorporate it into your life. And that's the word I would use, that it's okay at dinner if they wanna bring something up or, acknowledge where I, as a parent could have helped them navigate better and, and I use those opportunities to apologize and say, you know, you're right. I wish that I could have handled that better. Susan Stone: In hindsight, I wish I would've had the strength or the resilience. , I'm, I am happy you're bringing it up now, but we still at the same time are moving on and have moved on. You Dr. Suzanne Schneps: can move on at the same time that you can continue conversations, but you just brought up a really important thing, which I have to underscore, never underestimate how much it means to a. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: To apologize. It means so much that you've owned your behavior. We ask them all the time to own their behavior, and it means the world to kids when parents own their behavior. Kristina Supler: That's a really, really powerful point, I think, for our listeners to keep in mind. So thank you for sharing that. Yeah, and it it just, this idea of loss. Kristina Supler: Death, divorce, illness, you name it. The, the struggles in life. How o how honest should parents be with children about the bad stuff in life? About the fact that life isn't always fair, the good guy doesn't always win. Maybe you worked really, really hard and still failed the test. You know, how, how should parents handle basically the injustices of life when talking to their children? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay. I think ki parents need to be honest with their children. Parent kids hear and know far more than parents ever give them credit for. However, we need to do this in a developmentally sound way, so how we share. With our little six year old is different than how we share with our 16 year old. They don't have the same cognitive abilities to, to understand things. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: And that would be in terms of both the world and what's happened or something in the family that's happened. And then we wanna encourage questions. A, a good way to kind of think about it is kids talk about. And we, ask us questions about sex, and parents have become increasingly comfortable of adjusting those conversations to developmentally where they are. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: There are other really serious topics that they also need to do the same kind of adjustment, but they need to be honest. Now, another phrase that is helpful with kids. Is full disclosure is not always required. So I'll give an example. A mother goes for her mammogram and gets that horrible call that she needs another mammogram. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay? We all know as women, this puts us into a real tailspin scary time. Susan Stone: Oh my gosh. Uh, I, yes. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay. The mother. does not need to share with her children. Oh my God, I think I have cancer. Nobody said you have cancer. You have simply been told you need to have another mammogram. You wanna to say, I, you know, I'm gonna have more tests. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Fine, but you don't need to go to the nth degree cause we don't have that information. Okay. You find out that the story is not a good one. You need to think about, and that gets into a whole complicated thing, how to explain that, which we don't need to go to, but you, your kids do need to know, and they do need to know that you're gonna have treatments, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: And answering your questions. You're doing Susan Stone: a great job. But I, you know, let's shift, and this is a timely topic. of Covid because I'm assuming we're gonna head into the winter months. I don't know when this podcast is gonna get played. And everybody has either had it or knows someone and everybody has it in a different way. Susan Stone: Mm-hmm. , can you give a little piece of advice on what is the healthy way to talk about. Covid. I mean, what I've been saying to my family is we'll deal with it, whatever it looks like. And right now, gosh, one out of three of my kids had it. I had it. But you know, it was tough. I will tell you my own covid experience, it was really rough and I. Susan Stone: Double vaxxed and double boosted, but oh, it was a bear. Kristina Supler: Well, and now on the news, all the reports are showing that particularly among children, COVID, R S V, respiratory illnesses are on the rise, and pediatric hospitalizations have skyrocketed and the healthcare system is getting bogged down again. And so, I mean, scary stuff, not that we have to go into all those details with our kids necessarily, but be honest. Kristina Supler: Be developmentally appropriate. So what are your thoughts on how to still discuss the lingering. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: medical crisis. And so, so last night my youngest granddaughter is actually ill, and she said, do I have r sv? Well, wow, we don't. She's is going to go to the doctor today. She doesn't have covid. And then she says, and this is important, she says, Alexa, is there a treatment for rsv? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Wow. . Okay. Okay. Technology. So we need, we need to realize that they have access to many resources that we don't think about. . Okay. Oh, Alexa. So true. And so the, the an in how to approach it, it is, I think first there's so many pieces to this, and the first is to say, in our family, we have done the following. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: In our family, everybody's vaccinated, and that helps. Now, if you're in a non-vaccinated family, you need to explain why you think that's a good idea. . It's to say we have good healthcare. We have people that will help us to navigate it. And it's to say we're gonna deal with what happens. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: We see, you know, with Covid the spectrum of how people experience it is vast. And just because you test positive, you might actually feel reasonably. We need to wait to see and then we'll make, and then we'll make a plan. I think that we've learned a lot of positive things actually, which I know sounds weird but I think that people are more sensitive to not being in public when they're. Kristina Supler: I totally agree. I think, yeah. I think in the workplace, employees are, are, we're all more sensitive to that. Like, if you don't feel good, stay home. Susan Stone: Yeah. And we're set up for it now. Mm-hmm. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: and, and I think it's in, it's, I guess the most important message to a parent in terms of dealing with any of this is checking their own anxiety. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay. And being sure that they're representing being calm and that you have healthcare professionals out there that'll help you. And that it's, you know, we've learned a lot and it's going to be okay. You're gonna figure it out and and reach out to the people that can help you. Is there Susan Stone: any question that we haven't touched on today that you think is important for you to tell our listeners about the topic of resilience. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: One more topic, one more thought. Please. I think it's an opportunity for you to model resilience. Kids like to see that grownups can handle what they have and it, they don't need to know about every crisis that ever happens, but giving examples of how you've handled things and modeling resilience really gives away for children to learn how to be Susan Stone: resilient. Susan Stone: When you say modeling, do you. just talking about it or just like Kristina Supler: sharing our own problems with our children and in how we worked through it, and it's a great follow up question. Susan, what do you mean by modeling Dr. Schnapps? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Okay. I don't mean sharing things that are gonna make them anxious. O okay. Okay. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: But I'll give a made up example. I think the kids like to know what's going on in our lives and, you know, you had a boss or have and the. The boss really, read you the riot act about what you did. And it, sharing with them, I didn't do a good job on that report. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: It made me feel awful. And then what I decided to do was rewrite it and I decided to. Asked one of my coworkers to look at it, and then I, returned it back in and got rave reviews, modeling, showing what you did to solve the problem and that you didn't cave and, put yourself to bed for five days because somebody said you didn't write a good report. Susan Stone: Or how about when you just failed at something and you say, huh, I did fail at that. I didn't get a good report. But life went on. Is that, Because we do fail. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Well, yes, I'm though I'm sure that you win 99.9% of your cases, always, always never lost that this didn't go your way and to share with them that you felt really disappointed. Dr. Suzanne Schneps: You, you talk back and forth to each other. You tried to see if there was anything you could have done differently. You really didn't think there was, and you were really sad. And, you, you realize that in what you do, you cannot win every single case. The same way that when your children apply to college in today's world, they may or may not get accepted. Kristina Supler: Or maybe you're not gonna go to Harvard and that's okay. You'll go elsewhere, right? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Mm-hmm. . But you can be really, really, really disappointed. Mm-hmm. that you didn't get into Harvard, it was your life. and it's okay to be upset, but then you have to figure out which one of the many other opportunities works for you. Kristina Supler: Well, Dr. Schneps, this has really been a, a joy to speak with you and pick your brain and talk through these parenting issues that I think that we've all experienced it at some point in time and many of our listeners are currently working through, or, issues around the horizon. So thank you so much for your time today and sharing your. Kristina Supler: your tips and your feedback and, and really practical advice for families, working through issues and trying to do the best they can. Susan Stone: I was gonna say, Cleveland is really lucky to have you as one of our mental health resources, so yay us. Right? Dr. Suzanne Schneps: Yes. Well, and thank the two of you for having me, and people are lucky to be able to work with the two of you as well.
The crew of a U-Boat in the Great War find some danger runs very very deep CAST Cap. Karl Heinrich - Rick Lewis Lt. Keinze - J. Hoverson Crew: Shawn Connor & Bryan Hendricksen Music by: Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) Recorded with the assistance of Ryan Hirst of Neohoodoo Studio Editing and Sound: Julie Hoverson Cover Art - Brett Coulstock "What kind of a place is it? Why it's a U-boat of the Kaiserliche Marine - can't you tell?" ______________________________________________________________ THE TEMPLE Cast: Lieutenant Commander Karl HEINRICH, Graf von Altberg-Ehrenstein, Lieutenant-Commander in the Imperial German Navy, Prussian (mid 30s?) Lieutenant Jurgen KIENZE, second in command, "womanish Rhinelander" (30) Boatswain MULLER, elderly "superstitious Alsatian swine" SCHMIDT [mid 20s - goes mad] ZIMMER [mid 20s - leads delegation to get rid of idol] BOHIN [mid 20s - goes mad] RAABE [early 20s - engineer] SCHNEIDER [early 20s - engineer] OLIVIA Did you have any trouble finding it? What do you mean, what kind of a place is it? Why, it's a U-Boat of the Kaiserlich Marine, can't you tell? (That's World War I, for all you younger folks...) [My apologies for any mischaracterization of Germans - it's all from Lovecraft's original text. His complete lack of knowledge of U-Boats also - But I had to leave in the portholes to support the story. Any mistakes in military etiquette of the time are probably mine, though.] MUSIC SCENE 1. AMBIANCE U-BOAT ENGINE SEAMEN [murmuring voices] SOUND HATCH OPENS, CLANGING FOOTSTEPS KIENZE Achtung! Kapitanleutnant Heinrich on deck! SEAMEN [instantly silent] HEINRICH [commanding, slightly angry sounding] Ser gut! I have been reviewing the log regarding the sinking of the British freighter Victory, and I must say [getting ominous] that you are - most definitely - [spitting out the words] the single, absolute, most efficient U-boat crew in the Atlantic. [laughs] At ease, at ease. SEAMEN [Excited chatter] KIENZE I myself cannot wait to view the film we took. HEINRICH Ya, ya. [aside] The camera was off before we sank the lifeboats? KIENZE As always, Kaleu. SOUND HEARTY CLAP ON SHOULDER HEINRICH Most excellent. Come Kienze, I have a bottle of some fine Schnapps. You must help me celebrate. MUSIC in then under SCENE 2. HEINRICH [on a recording, tired sounding] On August 20, 1917, I, Karl Heinrich, Graf von Altberg-Ehrenstein, Lieutenant-Commander in the Imperial German Navy and in charge of the submarine U-29, deposit this bottle and record in the Atlantic Ocean at a point to me unknown but probably about North Latitude 20 degrees, West Longitude 35 degrees, where my ship lies disabled on the ocean floor. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 3. SFX SUBMARINE SURFACES SOUND HATCH OPENS AMBIANCE CALM SEA, OCCASIONAL BIRDS SOUND FOOTSTEPS ON METAL HEINRICH [grunt - stretching noise] There is nothing like the first step out on deck after a victory, eh?. KIENZE A "Victory"? [chuckles] Ya. Very amusing. MULLER [off] Kaleu, sir! Come! SOUND FOOTSTEPS ON METAL HEINRICH What could be so-- Oh! MULLER He must be from the Victory, sir! KIENZE Alive? HEINRICH Don't be foolish, Kienze, we were far too long submerged. He would have had a better chance if he let go and braved the waves. [shouting off] Remove the corpse! [NOTE - red text will come back at the end in echoes] ZIMMER Sir! His hands are in a death grip! HEINRICH Fingers break more easily than railings. ZIMMER [hesitantly] uh... Aye sir! SOUND POUNDING NOISES HEINRICH [sanctimonious] One more victim of the unjust war of aggression the English schweinhunds are waging upon the Reich. KIENZE Truly, he is our victim. Nothing more. HEINRICH You do not see the whole picture - [amused] Just like a soft-headed Rhinelander. If you were a solid Prussian like myself-- SEAMEN [OFF - NOISE OF AN ALTERCATION] HEINRICH Vas is los? Go and see. SOUND FOOTSTEPS ON METAL KIENZE What is this? What is this? Achtung! SOUND SCRAMBLE OF MEN GETTING TO THEIR FEET KIENZE What is so very exciting? ZIMMER Sir! Schmidt took something from the pocket of the ... [gulp] d-dead one. KIENZE Schmidt? Would you show this to me? SCHMIDT It is nothing, Leutnant. KIENZE I will judge that. Give it me. [beat] Well, this is... certainly something. I am confiscating it - now put that over the side. SOUND FOOTSTEPS ON METAL HEINRICH So? KIENZE A bauble. Ivory, I think - looks like a classical bust, ya? HEINRICH Not a senator, though - this one is much too young and handsome. KIENZE Possibly a kaiser? HEINRICH Or a god. KIENZE [reluctantly] It is yours, if you want it. It might be valuable-- HEINRICH No, no. I have not the sentimental-- MULLER [off, screams] SOUND FOOTSTEPS RUNNING ON METAL HEINRICH [puffing only slightly] What is it? SCHMIDT [shivering with fear] Muller, sir - it is Muller! KIENZE Muller's unconscious. HEINRICH Wake him. SOUND SLAPS MULLER [wails] SOUND ANOTHER SLAP MULLER [gasps, is silent] HEINRICH Get him up here. [command] Stations! SOUND RUNNING FEET CLANG AWAY KIENZE Are you going to talk sense now? MULLER [hollow] His eyes! His eyes! KIENZE Whose eyes? Speak sense! SOUND SLAP HEINRICH Enough! Muller. Tell me what is wrong. MULLER Ya, mein kapitan! [trying to calm down] The body - the eyes were closed. But when they rolled it over the side, they opened - and they were mocking us! HEINRICH [casual] Superstitious rubbish. Muller, you have seen corpses before now, and-- MULLER Sir! But that is not all! He-- [sullen, inward] You will not believe me! KIENZE You are under orders to speak. MULLER I-- watched as the body hit the water. I saw it sink beneath the waves, and-- HEINRICH And--? MULLER [almost a whisper] It drew its limbs in, and swam away. KIENZE You filthy lying--! [grunt as about to slap him again] HEINRICH Nein, Leutnant. [calming] Muller. You know this cannot be true, don't you? MULLER But I saw-- HEINRICH Water is deceptive. It is strange, ya, that the body simply sank - but that is probably due to its waterlogged condition after being held under on our railing for hours. Beyond that--? It is all a trick of the light. MULLER Truly? HEINRICH I will hear no more about it, ya? MÜLLER But you should keep no part of him on the ship - it is bad luck. The statue-- HEINRICH Is nothing. It is a trinket. You go about your duties now, Boatswain. SOUND RELUCTANT FOOTSTEPS AWAY HEINRICH Pfaugh. [muttered growl] Superstitious Alsatian swine! Why am I surrounded by inferior-- KIENZE Kaleu? Do you wish that I throw the bust overb-- HEINRICH Nonsense. We do not give in to fear. We are men of the twentieth century - and, more importantly, officers in the Kaiserliche Marine. KIENZE I could... tell them I threw it-- HEINRICH Do not show weakness. It makes you sound unreliable. MUSIC in and under SCENE 4. HEINRICH [canned] The next day a very troublesome situation was created by the indisposition of some of the crew. Evidently suffering from the nervous strain of our long voyage, they had had bad dreams. When weather turned choppy, we descended to a depth where the sea was comparatively calm, despite a somewhat puzzling southward current which we could not identify from our oceanographic charts. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 5. SOUND HATCH CLOSES SFX SUBMARINE SUBMERGES SOUND FOOTSTEPS ON METAL RAABE Under-Engineer Raabe, here to make a report, sir! HEINRICH Where is Schneider? RAABE He is ... unwell, sir. HEINRICH What is wrong? RAABE He... did not sleep well, sir. HEINRICH What? KIENZE It is the same with many of the men, Kaleu. They are feverish and say they have had bad dreams. HEINRICH If they are shirking, I will-- RAABE Sir, no! Schmidt is burning up with fever, screaming all night in his berth. HEINRICH [sympathetic] Then you did not sleep well either, I expect? RAABE Nein, Kaleu. HEINRICH [very pleased] Yet you are here, like a good sailor. Good man-- MULLER [muttered off] It is the idol. It is accursed. HEINRICH What? Muller? MULLER [panicky] Nothing. I said nothing sir. KIENZE He said-- HEINRICH [grim] I heard what he said. Muller, I will have none of this wild peasant superstition on my ship! KIENZE [amused undertone] You forget, mein noble Kapitan, I am a commoner as well. HEINRICH [dismissively] Burgher stock. [teasing slightly] And they made you an officer - you must have some good qualities. MULLER What does it matter? We are all doomed! RAABE [dismissive] Doomed? Because some men are sick? HEINRICH Sehr gut. We must remain rational at times like these. Retain our iron German will. [sharp] Kienze? KIENZE [snapping to] Ya mein kapitanleutnant? HEINRICH Remove Boatswain Muller. KIENZE Ya, Kaleu. MUSIC in and under SCENE 6. HEINRICH [canned] The moans of the sick men were decidedly annoying; but since they did not appear to demoralize the rest of the crew, we did not resort to ... extreme measures. It was our plan to remain where we were and intercept the liner Dacia, mentioned in information from agents in New York. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 7. SOUND INSIDE THE BOAT. MANY FEET RUNNING ACROSS METAL, FEET STOP ABRUPTLY CROWD [muttering, backs up Zimmer throughout the scene.] HEINRICH Und vas is los? ZIMMER [clears throat] Kapitanleutnant, we must request - most strenuously - that you-- HEINRICH Is this about that knickknack? What sort of Gypsies are you, to believe such phantasms? ZIMMER But what could it hurt, sir? It is surely not so valuable that it is worth risking-- HEINRICH What? Risking what? The only thing we are risking here is our mission. BOHIN We will all die! ZIMMER Shh. [trying to sound reasonable] Morale, mein kapitan. It is such a small thing, yet would mean so much to the men. HEINRICH [low, despising] I see no men here. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 8. HEINRICH [canned] Everyone seemed inclined to be silent now, as though holding a secret fear. Many were ill, but none made a disturbance. Lieutenant Kienze chafed under the strain, and was annoyed by the merest trifle - such as the schools of dolphins which passed the U-29 in increasing numbers, and the growing intensity of that southward current which was not on our chart. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 9. SOUND HATCH CLANGS SHUT AMBIANCE UP TOPSIDE SCHMIDT That makes seven of us. We can surely-- ZIMMER Muller is still in irons. He can be no help. BOHIN Muller saw them! ZIMMER Shh. None of the crazy talk, Bohin. We cannot let ourselves-- BOHIN [too intense to be sane] I have not seen them, but they call to me! Their voices are like the waves - but waves that make words! SCHMIDT [sigh] So there are six of us. SOUND HATCH OPENS, A COUPLE OF FOOTSTEPS RAABE What is going on here? SCHMIDT [snort] We are planning a party. What does it look like? RAABE What is happening that makes everyone so-- BOHIN There! In the WATER! They have come! RAABE --Crazy? SOUND RUNNING FOOTSTEPS, A STRUGGLE, A BODY SLAMMED AGAINST METAL. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 10. HEINRICH [canned] He was in a detestably childish state, and babbled of some illusion of dead bodies drifting past the portholes; bodies which he recognized, in spite of bloating, as having seen dying during some of our victorious German exploits. And he said that the young man we had found and tossed overboard was their leader. This was very gruesome and abnormal. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 11. RAABE Seaman Bohin tried to leap off the deck. We had to hold him down until the madness left him, sir. KIENZE All for such a small thing. SOUND SMALL IVORY STATUE SET ON TABLE RAABE That is what this is all about? KIENZE Just that. SOUND FOOTSTEPS, STATUE IS SNATCHED UP AND PUT AWAY IN A POCKET ZIMMER Sir! Leutnant Kienze? Bohin is gone! He is nowhere on the ship. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 12. HEINRICH [canned] It at length became apparent that we had missed the Dacia altogether. Such failures are not uncommon, and we were more pleased than disappointed, since our return to Wilhelmshaven was now in order. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 13. SOUND MEASURED FOOTSTEPS AMB INSIDE SEAMEN [Muffled, CHEERS!!!] HEINRICH [sigh] This soft-headedness is not good. Morale is the result of willpower, not coddling. KIENZE Still, I too will be glad when this trip is over. That southern current we have blundered into bothers me. HEINRICH It explains how we missed our target. Not every inch of the ocean is charted properly. KIENZE But it is so strong - to be overlooked. RAABE [clears his throat] Sir? HEINRICH Schneider still not feeling well? RAABE He prefers to remain in the engine room, sir. He does not like ... being near portholes. KIENZE Portholes? RAABE His dreams haunt him. [hurriedly] But he is not impaired in his job. HEINRICH [teasing] Well, certainly you did not come all this way to tell us Senior Engineer Schneider does not like portholes. Out with it! RAABE Something fantastic has happened. The boat - it is surrounded by -- dolphins. HEINRICH Dolphins? How many? SOUND KIENZE'S FOOTSTEPS GO AWAY KIENZE [off] Ya, come and look! They are everywhere! HEINRICH Finally something the superstitious can interpret as a good sign, ya? KIENZE [jubilant] Just as we decide to return to Schlicktown! This should truly mollify them. HEINRICH [dry] How fortunate. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 14. HEINRICH [canned] At noon June 28 we turned northeastward, and despite some rather comical entanglements with the unusual masses of dolphins, were soon under way. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 15. SOUND SNORING [HEINRICH] SFX EXPLOSION HEINRICH [wakes up] What? What? SOUND MANY RUNNING FEET, SOME BARE, ONE PAIR OF BOOTS STOMPS THROUGH CALMLY HEINRICH Report. Someone report! SCHMIDT This is your fault, you swine! You made us‑‑ SOUND SLAP, BODY HITS METAL WALL HEINRICH SHUT UP. Is there anyone who can talk sense? KIENZE [breathless, and coughing] They have the fire out. The explosion was in the engine room. HEINRICH What caused it? KIENZE They have found no cause as yet. The damage is extensive. All systems have not yet been tested, but it is certain we have no steering. HEINRICH No--? What about the air compressors? KIENZE They appear undamaged. But, mein freund-- HEINRICH Ya? What is it? KIENZE Schneider and - and Raabe - they were killed instantly. HEINRICH [long indrawn breath, then cold as he can be] That is most unfortunate. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 16. HEINRICH [canned] Our situation had suddenly become grave indeed; for though the chemical air regenerators were intact, and we could use the devices for raising and submerging the ship and opening the hatches as long as compressed air and storage batteries might hold out, we were powerless to propel or guide the submarine. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 17. SOUND SNORING [KIENZE] SOUND CURTAIN OPENS VERY STEALTHILY, HUSHED FOOTSTEPS, RUSTLING KIENZE [snoring stops] SCHMIDT [gasp] SOUND SCUFFLE SOUND COCK OF GUN KIENZE What is it you think you are doing? SCHMIDT [nutso] He demands it! He will not let me sleep until it is returned to him! HEINRICH [off] Was iss? KIENZE A mutiny, kaleu. MUSIC VERY BRIEF HEINRICH [muttered] Can we do without Schmidt, short as we are of hands? KIENZE Hah! With no engines to maintain, I must always find make-work for the men. They will go mad [bad choice of words] -- they are restless if left sitting on their hands. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 18. HEINRICH [canned] German lives are precious, but the constant raving of Schmidt concerning a terrible curse was most subversive of discipline, so drastic steps were taken. The crew accepted the event in a sullen fashion. MUSIC FADED OUT SCENE 19. AMBIANCE INSIDE SOUND HATCH OPENS ZIMMER [jubilant, yelling down from above] A ship! We are delivered! HEINRICH [composed] Excellent. You see, Kienze? It is never so dark that there is no light. Come along. SOUND STEPS CLIMBING LADDER, THEN OUT ON DECK KIENZE Give me the glasses. ZIMMER But it is a ship, leutnant, isn't that enough? KIENZE [suspicious] Glasses, now! SOUND A BEAT, THEN HEAVY ITEM PUT IN GLOVED HAND. HEINRICH Vas ist? KIENZE [disappointed and disgusted] Yankees. ZIMMER But surely surrender is better than death-- HEINRICH [cold] Zimmer? ZIMMER [braced for the worst] Ya, kapitanleutnant? HEINRICH [colder] Prepare for a dive. SOUND GOING DOWN LADDER. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 20. HEINRICH [canned] We did not descend far. After several hours, we decided to return to the surface, however, the ship failed to respond to our direction in spite of all that the mechanics could do. Some of the men began to mutter again, but the sight of an automatic pistol calmed them. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 21. KIENZE Kaleu, the men are very restless. They fear the worst, being trapped and drifting. They blame us for making a bad decision. HEINRICH [offhand] It was the only decision to make. None but a weakling would surrender to the Yankees. KIENZE Any man may turn weak in such conditions-- HEINRICH [self-satisfied] No Prussian. And if I must be the backbone so my crew can stand straight as men, so be it. KIENZE The men are restless. Angry. HEINRICH [dangerous] If they will not stand, then I will put them down and stamp their bodies into pulp fit only to paint the walls. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 22. HEINRICH [canned] It was about 5 A.M., that the general mutiny broke loose. The six remaining pigs of seamen, suspecting that we were lost, suddenly burst into a mad fury, roared like the animals they were, and broke instruments and furniture indiscriminately. Leutnant Kienze seemed paralyzed and inefficient, as one might expect of a soft, womanish Rhinelander. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 23. SOUND FADING IN, SIX GUNSHOTS, ECHO FADES AWAY HEINRICH [breathing hard] KIENZE [gasping, almost hysterical] HEINRICH [deep breath] Get up. KIENZE [gasps] Did you--? Was that ... necessary? HEINRICH [scornful laugh] You saw them. Now, stand. We need to clean house. KIENZE What do you plan to do? HEINRICH What else? Put them out. We can't keep them here to stink up the place. SOUND SCUFFLING, THEN SHUFFLING FEET KIENZE We can use the top hatch-- HEINRICH Ya, ya. [going off] Make sure they are all dead, will you? KIENZE [calling] Where are--? This will be easier with two. HEINRICH [turning back, briefly] So would killing them, but I had to handle that. This is your part. [leaving again] Let me know when you need help getting them up into the hatch. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 24. HEINRICH [canned] Our compasses, depth gauges, and other delicate instruments were ruined by the rampage of those swine; henceforth our only reckoning would be guesswork, based on our watches, the calendar, and our apparent rate of drift. MUSIC FADED OUT SCENE 25. SOUND FEET COMING IN [KEINZE] HEINRICH Look at this. KIENZE [coming in] Ya? Oh, ya, more dolphins. Very exciting. HEINRICH No, no - this one here. See the one with the scar? KIENZE Ya. HEINRICH How deep are we, did we determine? KIENZE Too deep for dolphins, certainly, but-- HEINRICH I have been watching this one in the searchlight for two hours now - and he has not left our side. Delphinus delphis is a cetacean mammal, unable to subsist without air. KIENZE Perhaps they are magic dolphins. [trying to chuckle] I'm not interested in them until we run out of other rations. HEINRICH It is a very important discovery. Perhaps a new sub-species. KIENZE [sigh] I'm sure the dolphins will be fascinated when you present your paper to them. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 26. HEINRICH [canned] With the passage of time Kienze and I decided that we were still drifting south, meanwhile sinking deeper and deeper. I could not help observing, however, the inferior scientific knowledge of my companion. His mind was not Prussian, but given to imaginings with no value. MUSIC HAS FADED OUT SCENE 27. SOUND SEARCHLIGHT COMES ON KIENZE Fabulous, isn't it? HEINRICH Sunken ships? Interesting, yes, but fabulous? What else are you likely to find on the ocean floor? KIENZE No, no - look there. To the right. You see? That peak. It is -- HEINRICH A rock. KIENZE No! It is too regular for a rock. You will see when we get closer. HEINRICH Wake me when you can see it, then. I think I will have some sleep. KIENZE You don't care? HEINRICH Ya, ya. Do you need me to remain? SOUND SITS IN CHAIR KIENZE [beat] We have lost our escort. SOUND LEAFING THROUGH A BOOK HEINRICH Vas? KIENZE Your beloved dolphins. They have finally abandoned us. HEINRICH I am more surprised they remained with us so long. KIENZE [beat] What are we to do? HEINRICH Do? About the dolphins? I am sure they can take care of themselves. KIENZE You know what I mean! What are we to do when we run out of... of... everything HEINRICH That is days, perhaps weeks away. Why waste angst? KIENZE But - there is no hope. We will ... we must die. HEINRICH Everyone must die. KEINZE We could try and get to the surface - one of us - in the diving suit. HEINRICH And how deep did we decide we were? KEINZE [beat, sigh] very deep. HEINRICH If you want to take the suit, and try to get it to the surface, you are welcome. But you know what will happen. KEINZE It is possible to survive caissons disease. ["the bends"] Even drastic decompression-- HEINRICH As a cripple? With joints that never work without pain? With skin so damaged no one can look you in the face? Perhaps paralyzed, even? Incontinent? KEINZE [sigh] HEINRICH Better to die as a man than live as a beast. Of course you might be lucky and have an embolism on the way up, and then ride the waves as a corpse. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 28. HEINRICH [canned] His mind was tired, but I am always a German, and was quick to notice that the U-29 was standing the deep-sea pressure splendidly. Our southward speed, as gauged by the ocean floor, was about as I had estimated from the organisms passed at higher levels. MUSIC FADE AND OUT SCENE 29. SOUND BOTTLE POURS KIENZE [slightly drunk] Ya, plenty of air and food, but this [long gulping swig] won't last forever. HEINRICH Not at the rate you are abusing it. KIENZE I cannot lose myself in study as you do. What is the point? So you know so much more before you die. HEINRICH It is not impossible we will encounter another u-boat. KIENZE Wake up Karl! This boat - it is our tomb. We are dead men. All we have left to do is lie down. HEINRICH Go to bed, Leutnant. There is no point in talking when you are totalblau. KIENZE [laughs bitterly] You are going to give me orders yet? What if I disobey? You clap me in irons? You will shoot me? HEINRICH [close and dangerous] I will remind you that you are a man, a trained soldier, and an officer of the kaiser's navy, and as such you should have the will to face death. KIENZE I am a soldier, ya. I can face death in battle. It is this lingering, drifting fate that horrifies me. It is like having a fatal disease - you know you must die, but you cannot know when. HEINRICH Very well, then. SOUND GUN OUT OF HOLSTER, CLICK AS BULLETS ARE CHECKED, GUN DROPPED ON TABLE HEINRICH More air for me. SOUND RATTLE OF CURTAIN, FOOTSTEPS LEAVE, RATTLE OF GUN ON TABLE MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 30. HEINRICH [canned] The fact of our coming death affected Kienze curiously. I was very sorry for him, for I dislike to see a German suffer; but he was not a good man to die with. For myself I was proud, knowing how the Fatherland would revere my memory. MUSIC FADES OUT SCENE 31. SOUND SNORING [KIENZE] KIENZE [waking with a horrified start, screaming] He is calling! He is calling! I hear him! SOUND FOOTSTEPS, DOOR HEINRICH [coming on] What is wrong? KIENZE We must go! He will not call forever! SOUND SLAP KIENZE [gasps, breathing hard, almost sobbing] HEINRICH [commanding] Calm down. Remember yourself, man. KIENZE V-v-vas? Kaleu? HEINRICH There you are. [disdainful] You were having a nightmare. Now you are better. SOUND FOOTSTEPS BEGIN TO WALK AWAY KIENZE No. SOUND FOOTSTEPS STOP HEINRICH [sigh] Vas? KIENZE It was not a dream. It was a voice. I still hear it, you see! I still hear him. He calls to me - to us. I don't know why you cannot hear him! HEINRICH You are still drunk. Or deluded. KIENZE I am not. Truly. If you do not believe me, look out the porthole, and you will see his face. It is right in front of us. HEINRICH What? Show me. Ah - blackness. Precisely what is between your ears. KIENZE The searchlight - kommen-zie! SOUND FOOTSTEPS, SEARCHLIGHT COMES ON KIENZE There! There! HEINRICH Mein gott! MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 32. HEINRICH [canned] I am not given to emotion of any kind, but my amazement was very great when I saw what lay revealed in that electrical glow. And yet as one reared in the best Kultur of Prussia, I should not have been amazed, for geology and tradition alike tell us of great transpositions in oceanic and continental areas. What I saw was an extended and elaborate array of ruined edifices; all in various stages of preservation. MUSIC OUT SCENE 33. HEINRICH [pleased] Atlantis! And we, Germans, have discovered it! This is stupendous. KIENZE He is out there. His temple lies still before us, and he watches us from afar. HEINRICH You saw this in your dreams? KIENZE [disturbingly reasonable] He told me. We should go. HEINRICH Go? Where? KIENZE To him. Come now - do not wait until later; it is better to repent and be forgiven than to defy and be condemned. HEINRICH You think we should go outside? We have only one diving apparatus. KIENZE [laughs disturbingly] A suit? We need no suits - he will gather us to him. HEINRICH You have finally crossed into madness. I will find you some medication. KIENZE You cannot cure this with your science, Karl. You are so sensible, and what does it get you? Nothing. Nothing! Come now, or there will be nothing left for you! HEINRICH You are mad. KIENZE [losing it] If I am mad, it is a blessing. May the gods pity the man who in his callousness can remain sane to the hideous end! Come and be mad whilst he still calls with mercy! MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 34. HEINRICH [canned] As he spoke he took his ivory image from the table, pocketed it, and seized my arm in an effort to drag me up the companionway to the deck. When that did not work, he fled. In a moment I heard the grind of the first hatch, and understood that he meant to open them both, exposing the U-29 to the water outside, a vagary of suicidal and homicidal mania for which I was scarcely prepared. MUSIC OUT SCENE 35. SOUND THE HATCH WHEEL SPINS SOUND GUN COCKS HEINRICH One more move and I shoot. KIENZE [laughs hysterically] Shoot? I have nothing to fear. He will welcome me. HEINRICH Did I say I would kill you? I will shoot you in the leg, and clap you in irons. KIENZE You ... would do that!? HEINRICH Ya. [jaunty] But, I am not one to hold a man back. If you wish to go, go. I will even run the hatches for you. KIENZE You... why? HEINRICH Further, I will watch and make sure he finds you, once you are adrift. KIENZE [plaintive] But you will not come with me? HEINRICH Nein. I have things yet to accomplish. KIENZE Very well. But he will not be pleased with you if you ignore his summons. MUSIC IN AND UNDER SCENE 36. HEINRICH [canned] After I saw that Kienze was no longer in the boat I threw the searchlight around the water. I wished to ascertain whether the water-pressure would flatten him as it theoretically should, or whether the body would be unaffected, like those extraordinary dolphins. I did not, however, succeed in finding my late companion, for, owing to the abruptness of the change of angle, a wire was disconnected, which necessitated a delay of many minutes for repairs. MUSIC OUT SCENE 37. SOUND SEARCHLIGHT OUT [NOTE: "HIS ECHO" REFERS TO HEINRICH'S OWN WORDS FROM EARLIER IN THE SHOW - COMING BACK TO HAUNT HIM. THEY WILL BE PUT IN IN POST, AND HEINRICH SHOULD NOT REALLY PAY ANY ATTENTION TO THEM AS HE SPEAKS, AS THEY AREN'T ACTUALLY CONVERSING.] HEINRICH [slow sigh] HIS ECHO [very quiet] He would have had a better chance if he let go and braved the waves. HEINRICH Alone. To survive until I die. [deep breath] Very well. SOUND FOOTSTEPS HIS ECHO [very quiet] One more victim of the unjust war of aggression... SOUND PULL OUT BOOK, OPEN AND PAGE THROUGH. SCENE 38. MUSIC IN HEINRICH [canned] I must be careful how I record my awakening today, for I am unstrung, and much hallucination is necessarily mixed with fact. Psychologically my case is most interesting, and I regret that it cannot be observed scientifically by a competent German authority. HIS ECHO If you were a solid Prussian like myself-- HEINRICH Upon opening my eyes my first sensation was an overmastering desire to visit the rock temple that stood before the now-stationary U29. HIS ECHO No, no. I have not the sentimental-- HEINRICH a desire which grew every instant, yet which I automatically sought to resist. MUSIC OUT SCENE 39. SOUND VAGUE CHANTING, DEEP UNDER. HEINRICH [Waking suddenly] Heh? What is this? SOUND SCRABBLE OUT OF BED, CROSS ROOM HEINRICH Light? Where is this coming from? [wild hope] Could it be? SOUND RUN THROUGH SHIP HEINRICH Where? Another ship? [muttered] Port side, port side. Aha! [sound of triumph turns into sound of dismay] HIS ECHO Superstitious rubbish. HEINRICH It is alight! MUSIC UP SCENE 40. HEINRICH It is well that the reader accept nothing which follows as objective truth, for the events are necessarily the subjective and unreal creations of my overtaxed mind. HIS ECHO It is all a trick of the light. HEINRICH When I attained the conning tower I found the sea in general far less luminous than I had expected. But the door and windows of the undersea temple hewn from the rocky hill were vividly aglow with a flickering radiance, as from a mighty altar-flame far within. HIS ECHO I will have none of this wild peasant superstition on my ship! HEINRICH The light showed that the friezes which covered the front of the temple, clearly carved from the solid rock of the cliffside, depicted many repetitions of but one face - the same face as the ivory bust which Kienze had carried back to the sea with him. HIS ECHO --this one is much too young and handsome. HEINRICH The rest is very simple. HIS ECHO --a god. HEINRICH My impulse to visit and enter the temple has now become an inexplicable and imperious command which ultimately cannot be denied. HIS ECHO This soft-headedness is not good. HEINRICH My own German will no longer controls my acts, and volition is henceforward possible only in minor matters. HIS ECHO Do not show weakness. It makes you sound unreliable. HEINRICH When first I saw that I must go, HIS ECHO That is most unfortunate. HEINRICH I prepared my diving suit, helmet, and air regenerator for instant donning, HIS ECHO --have an embolism on the way up, and ride the waves as a corpse. HEINRICH and immediately commenced to write this hurried chronicle in the hope that it may some day reach the world. HIS ECHO This is your part. HEINRICH I shall seal the manuscript in a bottle and entrust it to the sea as I leave the U-29 forever. HIS ECHO Better to die as a man than live as a beast. HEINRICH I have no fear, not even from the prophecies of the madman Kienze. HIS ECHO None but a weakling would surrender HEINRICH What I have seen cannot be true, and I know that this madness of my own, will at most lead only to suffocation when my air is gone. HIS ECHO you should have the will to face death. HEINRICH The light in the temple is a sheer delusion, and I shall die calmly like a German, in the black and forgotten depths. HIS ECHO Why waste angst? HEINRICH This demoniac laughter which I hear as I write comes only from my own weakening brain. HIS ECHO blackness. Precisely what is between your ears. HEINRICH So I will carefully don my suit and walk boldly up the steps into the primal shrine, that silent secret of unfathomed waters and uncounted years. HIS ECHO If you wish to go, go. END
Ein neuer Bizarrer Trend hat die Jugend im Griff: das Snusen! Das Fazit der Boyz? Immerhin trinken sie keinen Schnapps mehr durch ihren Hintern. Precht löst zwei Probleme der Gesellschaft mit dem Freiheitsentzug von Kleinkindern, Löru hat ein Upgrade für den Podcast und versagt am Schluss trotzdem bei der Qualitätskontrolle.
Surprise! Amanda did a two part episode. Good news for you is that this is the second part! Amanda wraps up the mysteries surrounding the Somerton Man. I think we can all agree that he was CLEARLY a spy. For who? No clue, but a spy nonetheless. Bryce gets into the holly jolly season and talks about the legend of Krampus! What child wouldn't behave if there were a half demon half goat creature after naughty kids?LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/hellonheelspodcastInsta: @hellonheelspodcastTwitter: @hellonheelspodEmail: email@example.comPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/hellonheelspodcastFor pictures from this episode visit us on Instagram or Twitter
Demon? Schnapps connoisseur? Ancient Judge Judy? Ashley, Jennifer and Tom discuss the origins of Krampus and how he has emerged as the modern-day anti-hero of Christmas cheer.
It wouldn't be a season of "Drinking With..." without a John Cusack movie! Pour up some frozen hot chocolate, and join Steven McCash as he chats with Stoney Keeley and Brandon Vick about this whimsical John Cusack-Kate Beckinsale rom-com. It's a charming movie for a charming time of year! Today, we're drinking with...Serendipity!To make the Serendipity 3 Frozen Hot Chocolate, you'll need: -2 1/2 tablespoons Serendipity hot chocolate mix (available at certain gourmet food stores)-1 1/2 cup Milk-3-4 oz. Dark Chocolate-1 teaspoon Sugar-Whipped cream, to taste-3-4 Ice cubesCut the chocolate into pieces, keeping about an ounce for later use, and heat the chocolate and hot chocolate mix and 1/2 a cup of milk on a double boiler for 2-3 minutes, until chocolate is completely melted.Remove from heat, add the remaining milk, sugar and ice cubes and blend it using a blender for 2-3 minutes. The ice cubes can be made out of chocolate milk in advance to maintain the density of the drink.Pour the drink into a glass. Grate the remaining 1 ounce of chocolate, add it to the drink and stir. Garnish with whipped cream and some grated chocolate.To add a kick to the drink, add any of your favorite liquor (Rum, Brandy, Bourbon, Schnapps, etc)
Today we sit down with the one and only Christine Thuermer! Buckle your proverbial seat belts because this one is a wild ride. Christine is the “most hiked woman in the world” having completed 60,000KM of hiking, 40,000KM of hiking, and 8,000KM of paddling. The question no longer becomes what next, but instead is there anything left you haven't done?! She answer our unspoken question quite simply when she states “It is not important to end the trail because it's just all a part of a long journey.” We begin the show by realizing, when she points it out, she is the first foreigner (excluding Canada) to be on the show! We then begin to unpack a little of her backstory as she shares being a business woman and how the lessons she learned in the career world have transferred over to how she handles adventures. She takes the business oriented mind, but then opens it to freedom and curiosity, and as you will hear when combined how the end result is something truly special. We dive deep into her “impetus” into thru hiking beginning with a simple conversation with some PCT thru hikers she met while on vacation. We chat the turning point for her to realize time is irreplaceable and how she wanted to live her best life, now. We go deeper into the first chat that opened up this new world for her, and what was so capturing, inspirational, and life changing in a single conversation that could change an entire life. We begin with her first thru-hike in 2004 on the PCT, her becoming about the 100th person to Triple Crown, and her burning curiosity to continue exploring. We chat chasing the “strong Euro” and how her hikes were practical from her business background to use her currency where it was the strongest but also to see and be free to explore new things. We chat looking for a challenge. When someone has accomplished so much, what is the continuing source of fuel to living this life? We chat new ways to intellectually challenge oneself, first her becoming a multi-book best selling author in Germany, to doing full presentations, to continuing to look for new ways to challenge her intellectual capacity anyway she sees fit. We chat thresholds of happiness, tiny apartments in ex-communist buildings, and the most important resource in life. We chat The Greater Patagonia Trail, hiking both East to West and North to South across Europe, and adventuring for a year and a half straight. We chat being “un-athletic”, finding “The Flow”, and paper maps vs reality. We chat Schnapps, snickers bars worth their weight in gold, and more Schnapps. We chat refusing sponsorships and the reason behind refusing what so many people actively seek. We chat how a terminus just becomes another part of the overall journey. We chat the writing process over the years and becoming people's “daily Netflix.” We chat waymarktrails.org and Germany having the same miles as the entire US of walkable tracks. We chat Eastern Europe and the beauty of new areas, the “might as well mentality” and we chat thru-hiking being the first love. So much to touch on, not nearly enough time, thank you so much Christine for joining us, it was an absolute joy, we only scratched but a fraction of a percent of the stories/life, but hope to have you on again! Favorite Quotes: “There is always chances along the trail of my life.” “I am the most un-athletic person I can think of.” “Most important resource in my life is time.” “1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast, 27 M&M's.” To learn more about Christine Thuermer check the links below: Instagram & Facebook: Christine_Thuermer Website: https://christinethuermer.de Blog: https://christine-on-big-trip.blogspot.com/?m= To learn more about who we are click below: Website: www.ElevenSkys.com
It's Oktoberfest! In this episode we're joined by Schnapps from the German duo Hops Und Schnapps and share a brief history of Oktoberfest. Then we host traditional competitions like Steinholding and DAS BOOT! So much beer, so much Jager. Fun ensues...LinksJNC Podcast Officialhttps://www.jncpodcast.comHops Und Schnappshttps://www.facebook.com/HopsUndSchnapps/Sweet Butter Joehttps://www.sweetbutterjoe.com/Just In Queso Foundationhttps://www.tijuanaflats.com/just-in-quesoBrad Brock's One Man Bandhttps://www.bradbrock.comSupport the show
In this minute of Joe Johnston's 2011 film ‘Captain America: The First Avenger,' Steve lays down in the rebirth device and chats with Dr. Erskine, who apparently drank all the Schnapps. Howard Stark is here running things! Agent Carter gets booted from the ground floor. And Dr. Erskine starts his big speech.
In this minute of Joe Johnston's 2011 film ‘Captain America: The First Avenger,' Dr. Erskine finally wraps up his monologue to Steve, asking him to always stay a good man. They toast and Erskine drinks all the Schnapps, then we transition via Wagner back to the Alps.
In this minute of Joe Johnston's 2011 film ‘Captain America: The First Avenger,' Rogers wonders if the dummy grenade is a test, Colonel Phillips thinks he's still too skinny, Agent Carter looks on in growing affection, and Erskine shows a bottle of Schnapps to Steve.
This episode we discuss the highly debated horror film, Midsommar (2019). We talk about the signature screams found in Ari Aster's movies that makes your skin crawl, what we think is the most messed up scene, and whether Hereditary or Midsommar is a better film. We also share some interesting Pub Facts that we hadn't known before this episode.Below is the recipe for the drink of choice as well as our social media handle and website. Leave a rate and review, and we hope you drink and laugh along with us, as well as reach out to us on Instagram!Recipe / Drink: Peppermint Schnapps ShotsAny brand of cheap Peppermint Schnapps will do!Instagram:@thefilmpubWebsite:https://thefilmpub.buzzsprout.com/
Transcript: Berean Manifesto Live Recording! Season 3 Episode 90: Is This The End??? Or A Beginning??? Pastor Newms: [0:00] And then go hello and welcome to season 3 episode 90. Of the brand Manifesto faith hope and love for the modern. Pastor Bill: [0:13] Modern Christian. Pastor Newms: [0:14] I'm pastor newms and with me tonight is Pastor Bill. [0:21] Again yeah and yes Biggs that is the glare from the light and I'm going to fix it in a weird way because I'm not going to fix it in the correct way because to be honest, that smart light needs to be added to the house and we didn't get it added to the house in time because we went back to Home Depot and if anyone just saw I'm wearing shorts so don't judge me it's, I'm wearing shorts and I'm wearing a non graphic tee on a church night so, what's up y'all it's been a week so let's start by talking about our weeks, as I might or might not have mentioned we were doing some house stuff in preparing for a new friend to come stay with us and, he is here I'm looking at his empty desk chair at the moment because he is still downstairs eating with the girls because we got fast food while I after I dropped off the moving truck I flew out to DFW Friday, afternoon evening ish Pastor Bill and his son Gerg showed up too, our friend, I don't know if he wants us to use his real name or one of his gaming names in the Stream and I forgot to ask him because I haven't named him on purpose. Pastor Bill: [1:47] So within we use the gaming name. Pastor Newms: [1:49] Even I can't remember how to pronounce it because I'm yeah that, yeah so he's now living with us and so we're good. Pastor Bill: [2:04] Yeah he's ok he's eating but he can hear you apparently he replied Sez. Pastor Newms: [2:10] Okay gaming name and says okay perfect so. [2:20] There's no telling whether Biggs was making a joke or if there was a typo so we're just going to go with it so my so flew in on Friday Pastor Bill and Gerg, gracefully showed up to help us pack the truck which we weren't 100% expecting and so because of that we were able to get the truck packed in a couple hours instead of the almost day that I thought it was going to be of me and, me and him you know bringing stuff out we straight like, just pack the truck and so we ate dinner and then got on the road and we ended up here at about 11:00, and I just realized that I forgot to tell, Pastor Bill when we did get into Tennessee safely I just just realized that I did not communicate with him until today but that's okay because. He knows how I am so he's not going to judge me for that but. Pastor Bill: [3:22] I figured if something went wrong wrong like I'd be getting a call from your wife, and I didn't get a call from your wife so I was like I said everything is fine. Pastor Newms: [3:30] So this week is a little different as we've said yeah it's big says hey Pastor Bill he's safe in Tennessee. Pastor Bill: [3:43] Serve now because I was wondering. Pastor Newms: [3:45] Pastor Bill is back yay for those out there who didn't figure that out in the time that I've been talking and hearing him so far but that's okay we. For the next you know for the last couple of weeks we've been going through basically, it's been the there that's better he's now bigger congratulations. Pastor Bill: [4:35] You make me bigger. Pastor Newms: [4:36] I did make you bigger I made you as big as I think I make myself normally because I never fully fleshed-out what you would look like on here, I just put your box in the corner like when I need him he's there. Pastor Bill: [4:52] You put me in the corner. Pastor Newms: [4:53] I put baby in the corner so we drove here, we've been biggest came over today Biggs put up blackout curtains for our, office Biggs put up blackout curtains in his bedroom change the shower head hung some extra pictures this week that was last week he helped us get some light bulbs put in right biggs's hearing about this for the first time but the next time Biggs is over we have a couple of new things to be installed in the house that we stopped and got at Home Depot and I also got clips for the outside of the house too, run the wire that I drilled into the side of my house our Network wire, mom says I'm saying too much information and so you know it happens so yeah Biggs helped us out with a whole bunch of stuff in the house and so it's just been a kind of a runny, you know catching up week and so I did not. [6:14] Fully start the next part so we've been talking about you know the things I believed in and I. [6:25] You know kind of the things that I feel the strongest about that we either Miss as Christians or that we don't do quite right or that could be better in and that's what we've been talking about for the last several weeks, and then starting next week we're going to be talking about discipleship and being a disciple, for several weeks, based heavily on a amazing Bible study by an amazing person and we'll get into that next week, and we. So this week because the week has been a little crazy and crazy at work as well, we're just going to be talking about a filler, not a filler episode but it's not in our the format that I've been doing and it's not our next, Story series so this was kind of a filler one so Pastor Bill how was your week, do you really find it that fun being in the corner cuz you keep looking up at me. Pastor Bill: [7:47] Tell me as I can look up at you and you're like huh. Pastor Newms: [7:51] So you do see why I continue to do that to you and because it always irritates you like why are you doing that and I'll point it chat and you're like why are you pointing at chat now you see how fun it is being in the corner, and doing things like that the whole time you understand that don't you. Pastor Bill: [8:08] I understand now yeah I understand get it. Pastor Newms: [8:10] Yeah yeah so how was your week. Pastor Bill: [8:14] How is my weak man. Pastor Newms: [8:16] Let's rephrase that how was your 9 weeks, you can just talk about your week I'm joking with you they say haven't heard from you in nine weeks. Pastor Bill: [8:28] That's a lot of info to don't bother one time nine weeks worth of. Pastor Newms: [8:32] Yeah that weeks of how you do it that would be that. Pastor Bill: [8:37] On day one week one I got up and I ate breakfast. Pastor Newms: [8:39] Oh no we're not going that route homie. Pastor Bill: [8:47] Now this week was good I guess they don't remember much of the week / get the usual I mean I remember coming and helping load a trailer on Friday evening. Pastor Newms: [8:57] Yeah I just do a fidget, at our middle child walking down the stairs because I can do that because the stairs are right next to my desk so in case you guys wondered why I just went woo I literally just threw my fidget at the child, so she gave she brought me back my fidget so since she brought me back my fidget she earned a hug for bringing back my fidget that I threw at her, because that's just fair, that's fair throwing a fidget at a child's head you deserve a hug after that because that's that's. Pastor Bill: [9:45] I officially registered a child for school without yelling at the people in the office. Pastor Newms: [9:51] Did you make it through without yelling this time wow that is amazing. Pastor Bill: [9:59] Last year last year I. Pastor Newms: [10:01] Last year you yelled a lot. Pastor Bill: [10:03] Man I yell at the people in the for those poor office people that were just trying to do their jobs this year I didn't yell at nobody I'm yeah one time and nobody. Pastor Newms: [10:12] I remember. Pastor Bill: [10:13] Is now gurke and Randa are both going to public school and that starts on Wednesday morning. Pastor Newms: [10:21] Starts Wednesday morning we are officially starting school, at some point next week because we were going to start Monday but I don't think I am I don't think I'm ready to start on Monday and so, Tennessee has this whole thing where you have to be in school doing education and logging your hours for 180 days, I don't know what so it's similar there I'm assuming now. Pastor Bill: [10:56] The public school is held to that standard but homeschool is not. Pastor Newms: [11:00] So here even homeschool you have to log 180 days and so because of that the girls were like well is that going to affect and I was like no because, you don't realize like at school school you have 180 educational days so like all those days that aren't educational those don't count, those are the those are the days that they lot for, snow days that you don't take and so the that's why that's why I was like maybe that's why that's why sometimes when you go to school they're like here's this picture hey let's watch a movie hey let it's because those days were, plan for in the lesson plans and I said so you know that's one of the aspects of homeschooling you can just kinda plow through those days and then use those days for Vacations or use those two as long as you're sticking to those days, so yeah so it's been a fun. Pastor Bill: [11:59] You're also going to find that. When you go to teach something instead of like in public school it would take an hour or two hours three hours because you've got to get everybody on the same page. Pastor Newms: [12:12] Yeah. Pastor Bill: [12:12] You're going to be doing like 10 to 15 minutes of teaching and it's going to be like okay well there's, what would have been 3 hours in public school cuz now you you've already learned it can you got one on one you know so everything goes a lot quicker. Pastor Newms: [12:25] Yeah and and we're going to do a lot of fun stuff to sonoda is going to be teaching math doing the initial lessons and then I was helping with homework and stuff. Pastor Bill: [12:39] I think about getting a CPA to teach maths. Pastor Newms: [12:41] You needed another yeah having a tax accountant, teach math is a whole lot easier and she's going to be teaching Spanish which. Pastor Bill: [12:55] One. Pastor Newms: [12:58] Is great for children to learn a second language and better when it's. Pastor Bill: [13:02] Neither you nor Tina. Pastor Newms: [13:05] Speak a second language. Pastor Bill: [13:06] Spanish. Pastor Newms: [13:07] Now to be fair to Tina to zaidi she speak she understands. Pastor Bill: [13:14] We're satiable understanding. Pastor Newms: [13:16] And she can read and understand what she reads she just cannot speak, so that's cool and then we learned. Pastor Bill: [13:27] The one side of her brain gets it but the other side. Pastor Newms: [13:30] Right. Pastor Bill: [13:31] Hasn't quite gotten it. Pastor Newms: [13:33] We also learned this week that we are going to be teaching them some light Early Educational programming as well as using. Pastor Bill: [13:47] You're going to be programming your kids. Pastor Newms: [13:49] No we're not we're not going to be programming to kids but since we have a programmer who now lives. Pastor Bill: [13:56] Oh program meaning I see I see your needs them how to program. Pastor Newms: [14:01] Lives there but sits right there in his chair now as he rocks, is going to be teaching he just did this when I said as he rocks as opposed to throwing up the rock fist as opposed to the fact that he's rocking in a chair hmm anyway. Pastor Bill: [14:22] Power up your breakfast. Pastor Newms: [14:24] He's going to be teaching some programming and maybe some other stuff that's fun so we're going to have a nice well-rounded group of for this you go to this person for this you go to that person as opposed to what you've had to do and Roxas had to do is it's the two of you and your you're doing everything I'm like hey I packed the house full of adults. Pastor Bill: [14:51] There are lots of online resources to. Homeschooling lots and lots and lots of online resources. Pastor Newms: [14:58] So your week has been good my week has been good the warm-up is taking a little longer this week that's going to. Pastor Bill: [15:08] When did you take the when did you take the board down the the Whiteboard. Pastor Newms: [15:16] The Whiteboard that was right here oh you oh you didn't you didn't listen to the podcast last week. We are in a completely different room, we are in the bonus room of my house which is now the office the office is now the classroom, and so we are in a completely different room which is why and you can't you can't see it because I hit the camera earlier this week and so I'll fix it but, above me right is your wife's bats and cholo Mander now lives up there, and our love thingy is up here I stink at directional pointing and, and so I have to readjust because in moving stuff I completely hid the camera earlier this week so that's actually better now but yes there is not a whiteboard here yet I will put it back up and I will draw the little man and I will write the words above the little man that, chat can't read which is good because mmm. They weren't nice where's anyway so. Pastor Bill: [16:34] All right is it time for getting to know the pastors. Pastor Newms: [16:37] It is time to getting know the pastor's do you actually want to pull a card since I've pulled a card. Pastor Bill: [16:41] You hate my cards though. Pastor Newms: [16:43] I do hate your card so let's reminisce on the fact that I hate your cards I pulled out my deck in case you were like I don't get ready for that I don't remember. Pastor Bill: [16:57] It says. Pastor Newms: [16:58] I'm going to laugh it stinks really bad. Pastor Bill: [17:00] Serious question do you count your steps. Pastor Newms: [17:06] Do I count my steps in the way of having a wish thing that counts my steps or do I count as I walk what do you want to interpret that as. Pastor Bill: [17:16] Who would who would all day long be like 128 thousand three hundred and seventy-four. Pastor Newms: [17:23] I don't count one two three four eight thousand 34 but I do count stairs steps between rooms steps as I walk through stores when I'm unconsciously doing so I'll find myself just counting while I walk or saying words like left right left right left right left right in my brain I do not currently use a step counter because. Pastor Bill: [17:49] Lip let brightly. Pastor Newms: [17:51] No I walk much faster than that it's not that slow we're not marching we're watching we're walking here we're walking. Pastor Bill: [17:58] We're walking here I'm walking here what's your name. Pastor Newms: [18:00] So do you wear a step counter I don't think you do. [18:15] Yeah so for us no pedometer. Pastor Bill: [18:21] An Apple iPod Nano that was you know with a watch band and it would count my steps. [18:43] I just know I know I had that one the thing when I was working at Gateway and I was walking an average of about anywhere from 10 to 13 miles a day. To do all the setups everyday. Pastor Newms: [18:56] That's too much walking that's too much walking okay so we have now gotten another pastors. And we have done the warmup, and it's so nice to have Pastor Bill joining us again because I didn't take 7 minutes like it did one of the weeks okay. Pastor Bill: [19:29] Last week we're talking about. Pastor Newms: [19:31] So this week we're talking about yeah Biggs I don't want to know how many steps you take in a day either because you're on that line, just walking around cars all day long and moving up and down and I don't even want to know like that's, that's craziness so what we're talking about this week for those of you watching on Twitch or something or watching on a podcast thing it's down there at the bottom and it said it when you clicked the episode unless you're just running through episode after episode but tonight's title is is this the end question mark question mark question mark or. Pastor Bill: [20:16] Don't Dom. Pastor Newms: [20:18] A beginning question mark question mark question, just an important thing you know as me and Bill have talked about, over the last couple of weeks there's been a lot of change a lot of differences a lot of a lot of moving around a lot of all kinds, differences in things and, you know we me and Pastor Bill yesterday. No day before yesterday when we were in person we're talking about the fact that you know sometimes. [21:03] It looks like the end when it's merely the beginning of a new chapter but it is nearly impossible when you're going through that end, to see the fact of oh wait we're just going to a new chapter we're beginning a new stage where transfer, where transitioning we're transforming we're becoming different were changing what we are who we are different things like that we have we struggled to see that as, people as humans now. [21:39] This part of the discussion tonight is not religious this this area of the discussion this is just, and so it's so hard so often so so far we haven't gotten to scripture yet Biggs will get there I promise, there's only two today but we'll get there so at this point you know it's, so often we're going through things we're learning things were starting starting a new year school you know that's the end of summer break, and as a kid I remember and I know I know Pastor Bill you member and anyone out there who listens to certain comedians you member but. [22:37] The, when that summer break ends you're like it's the end of the world like I don't want to go I don't want to go back every week, the weekend ends the work week starts for people who love their job all the work weekends and the weekend starts which if that's you, please find a hobby because stop being so excited. Pastor Bill: [23:11] Paying them to do it is their Hobby. Pastor Newms: [23:13] Some people are happy all the time and I don't understand because I'm not, I got it I got a mask at work where it's like how you guys doing you guys have a great day man I hope you're having a great. I have not yet. Pastor Bill: [23:35] Not going to spoil anything. Pastor Newms: [23:36] That's good cuz. Pastor Bill: [23:37] So they're there is a character in like 1312 1292 some like that, and just life is awful you know black plague and all kinds of stuff going on and and this guy's like I'm going to live forever and they're like really you want to live forever, maybe back here in 100 years, and we're going to see and so that's that's that's as much spoilers you're going to get is that the Hundred Years passes they me back up and then like so how's life been and he's been like oh life is awful. [24:20] Want to keep going he's probably keep living and so it's just funny as some people are just here's to Happy. Pastor Newms: [24:28] They're optimistic they're optimistic about life and there's nothing wrong with that, people being optimistic is good we need those type of people in the world to balance out those of us that, art and I love the argument so many times pessimists will make the argument I'm not a pessimist I'm a realist I'm just going with what snow, you're not you're a pessimist like the rest of us stop being prideful you're just you're just a pessimist who Who quote unquote is using. Pastor Bill: [25:00] I've said that I've used that before I've said no I'm a realist, honestly that's a pessimists answer, to the question of are you a pessimist or are you an optimist it's the pessimists answer of don't put me in a box. It's you can't you can't have it your way it's got I'm going to pick a third option because I do I can't see how being in either box is a good thing. Pastor Newms: [25:28] Hm Pastor Bill: [25:29] Oh so you're look you have a pessimistic outlook on even the scenario, and so really when you think about optimism. [25:44] Is when you're flying a plane there's the attitude is are you pointing at the ground are you pointing at the sky this is your attitude in a plane and pessimism your pointed down well you're going to go down, and optimism your pointed up you're going to go up so optimists have this way of. Seeing life in a certain way that they're expecting things to get better so when they get the opportunity to pounce on something getting better, they take advantage of those situations where as pessimists are expecting things to always get worse and so when life does get worse it's a reinforcement of we'll see I told you so, and when things can get better they go no I don't trust that I don't trust that that's just that's false. Pastor Newms: [26:32] It's going to get worse I saw very interesting, me more thing I remember I saw it I don't remember what I could even call it don't matter whether it was a video or meme or something it just the thought Stuck to me and it was it was that whole glass full glass empty, and they were like oh the glass is half-full all the glass is half empty and then another person was like the glass is exactly where it should be and that was supposed to be the realist and and then the fourth person was like the glass is full, glass is full because it's full of water it's half full of water and half full of air so it's full. Pastor Bill: [27:08] Completely full. Pastor Newms: [27:09] And you're like and that's not a pessimist or an optimist that's. Pastor Bill: [27:13] That's a Lay's chips employee. Pastor Newms: [27:15] That's we have a wall that's rude that's rude homie Lays chips are not the only one who do that we are not going to bad-mouth Frito-Lay cuz I like Frito-Lay it is not just Lays chips, it's all chips all chips do that except for Pringles Pringles doesn't I saw. Pastor Bill: [27:36] Girl Scouts of the kid is he becoming a puffed up there. Pastor Newms: [27:39] I saw I saw me bit it says shout out to Pringles they don't sell air and you're like I was like what oh, it's true which Frito-Lay has a version that is and it's they were in it didn't do well so they didn't keep going for very long I don't think I don't know if they're still even around but um, so you know when we look at things like that, there's positive there's - there's middle there's this there's but one of the things we have to look at is hey, let's we have to keep going together whether you think it's the end whether you think it's a beginning whether you think it's a transitional period whatever you think it is either way, please continue to think it is and please continue to move forward that's that's what's so important and, now for the. Christian part of the Brie and Manifesto for the week okay hold on. Pastor Bill: [28:45] Hold on hold on so whenever whenever someone talks about beginnings and. [29:09] Chip getting cheated on, um and I've heard that over and over and over and over and over you know how how you enter situation is how you're going to end up leaving the situation you if you get a new job, and you just walk out on your old job no notice no you no ample do, we respect and that's bad then you're setting yourself up to reap that again. [29:45] President Biden gave a speech I don't know if it was this week or last week or maybe it was an old clip anyway it was kind of funny because he said democracy and Insurrection don't mix, and I'm sitting there laughing like you do realize you're a president of a country that started by an act of insurrection right. Like you literally lead a Democratic Republic that started by hit active Insurrection so you can't say, the two don't mix they literally and that's what created this government was an act of insurrection, and got me a little worried because then I was like oh well if we started that way then. Pastor Newms: [30:32] Wow. Pastor Bill: [30:33] Ending that way. Pastor Newms: [30:34] Well let's think about this for a second if we started that way, at War right we have continued to be at War. Pastor Bill: [30:45] We don't know if we've ever not been at some win some more. Pastor Newms: [30:49] Either a conflict or War I mean we are a nation that is conflict oriented we, internally externally infighting out fighting we are constantly, we don't really have peaceful times that's why we have one of the larger one of not the one of the largest armies in some of the largest military spending is because we are a conflict driven country and that's how we start it now, doesn't mean, that proves the adage that you said but it is an interesting thought process like you said of a good thought experiment of hey does that apply to everything like you know and 10 scary does it apply to everything often also. Pastor Bill: [31:45] That was that was the non-biblical stuff I was going through my head since I read. Pastor Newms: [31:52] Since I sent you what what we're going to try to talk. Pastor Bill: [31:54] Heads up earlier yeah. Pastor Newms: [31:55] That I sent you way late because I was sitting here going I don't know what this week should be and then. Our friend was like we've had a lot of change that's that's valid yeah let's go that route we have that whole lot of change and then of course then your mind starts you know. That is that is not. [32:31] So I was doing research and I grabbed a scripture that said what I was looking for it to say, and which is never good because as bereans this is one of those times we're going to have this conversation as bereans we always talk about you know don't just pull part of a scripture and I didn't know this was part of the scripture I assumed based on what book it was in and what it was around that it was valid, Todd so we're going to read it because the last part of this scripture is, the reason that I pulled it but this is a Nehemiah. [33:21] And it says and he said to them so let's step back a verse because let's be honest we got to do that when it's a he said so the verse starting in verse 9 Nehemiah the governor, Ezra the priest and Scribe and the Levites who were instructed the people to them this day is Holy to the Lord do not mourn or weep for all the people, we're weeping as they heard the words of the law so this was the reading of the law again in nyam Nehemiah, and then he said to them go and eat what is Rich drink what is sweet and send portions to those who have nothing prepared, since today is Holy to our Lord do not grieve because the joy of the Lord is your strength now that last half is, is we hear that a lot and it's several places in scripture but this is the one that I happened to pull that it's just part of a verse as opposed to the whole meaning, but you know the joy of the Lord is your strength. And I find it to be funny now the next verse says in the Levites quieted all the people saying be still since the day is Holy don't grieve and. [34:43] I find it kind of humorous because I picked this verse and then I said the whole thing about hey we should take this into context and now looking at it as a whole we have a situation that arises. Any Amaya you know there's a lot going on you know there's the report, it's kind of get some back story of Nehemiah. There's there's a lot I don't even know kind of how to you know everything's destroyed. You know Nehemiah helps to rebuild everything the whole city. Pastor Bill: [35:26] They were in Exile. Pastor Newms: [35:27] Yeah they were in Exile he gets the report that hey everything's trashed he weeps the king sees it the king gives him a bunch of stuff to go back they build everything, and then we get to the point where we are Warez. Pastor Bill: [35:42] While they're building it they get accused of. Pastor Newms: [35:46] Oh yeah yeah which the King was like nehemiah's homeboy because Nehemiah was like his one of his top servants and a friend. Pastor Bill: [35:56] The King was like what are you what are you talking about I gave him those supplies I don't. Pastor Newms: [36:02] Yeah I gave him the money I funded him I protected him so I sent him God. Pastor Bill: [36:08] Might as well be my project what do you mean he's trying to overthrow me. Pastor Newms: [36:12] And he's my friend and I told him to build the walls because, I didn't want him to die like and so then we get to this point and Ezra who also has, it's actually the book that comes before Nehemiah in the order that they compiled the 66 books, reads the law again to the people who were in Exile and since they were and didn't have access to everything so it's been a. Pastor Bill: [36:47] Not just yeah not just reads it but literally they have to read it and then have a translator translated into the common tongue of the day because they didn't speak the language It Was Written in any. Pastor Newms: [37:02] They read out loud the book of the law translating and giving the meaning so people could understand what was read and I love I love that it does say that translating and giving the meaning, because they lost touch with that, you know at that time and the people start weeping and are terrified and scared and sad and upset because they haven't been following it, and so then we have you know as we're going hey hey hey hey hey that's not the point of this the point is not. Pastor Bill: [37:35] This isn't this isn't a got your moment. Pastor Newms: [37:38] Yeah this isn't a gotcha this isn't a time where we should be sad upon the changes that are going to happen which I did not know this this is always funny when this happens because I did not know this is where I was pulling from, we need to Rejoice because the Lord is your strength and so that's the aspect that I wanted to pull from this area and then ended up you know if there's a lot more here to unpack. Which is. Pastor Bill: [38:05] It's the first day of a new season. Pastor Newms: [38:07] Yeah this is this is where how we're starting it, don't don't grieve don't get upset and then so the people did in verse 12 the people began to eat and drink and they sent portions to the people that couldn't and they had a great celebration because they understood the words that were explained to them once it was explained, and it and then they have a feast directly after the next day and you know keeps going but it's it's that aspect of, here to beat you down not you know as we transition into New Seasons, we can lean on the Lord because even if we feel because often as humans we try to find the worst in it Human Nature, to most of us not all most of us is pestis it pessimistic it is we have a tendency as humans to find the - to find the, in other people in situations you know across the board and so. [39:18] Ask for transitioning into new sections the Lord isn't there to be like this is a punishment so because of that, I'm cutting you off of this situation in forcing you into a new one it's often hey this is a new situation let me let me help you you know we need to lean, on the Lord but not and not you know. Stress out about okay why is this happening to me I'm not saying we don't because let's be honest we all do but there's bill just flashed us off for some reason what did you. Pastor Bill: [39:58] Sorry. Pastor Newms: [39:59] The light just what light did you touch on your computer that caused all that to happen uh-huh. Oh Pastor Bill: [40:11] Adhesive gave up I guess. Pastor Newms: [40:12] It just it just illuminated the side of your face all of a sudden like hello. Pastor Bill: [40:16] It just it just fell it's just this. Pastor Newms: [40:20] Oh okay. Yeah that's that's funny so that you know that's that's the Aryan Emi of you know, the joy of the Lord is your strength that's the meaning behind that it's not just hey this hey that it's not just you know, the Lord says to always be joyful its hey the Lord is joyful in us the Lord is joyful with us the Lord is so lean on that, and find strength in that not, you know I've heard this verse not this particular but that saying used like the joy of the Lord is your strength so you have to be happy in order to get it because it's joy in the Lord and you're like no well no no no no it's fine, from the Lord. Pastor Bill: [41:16] So I was reminded of a scripture and I had to look it up real quick just to make sure I was coming out right and it's from Lamentations, now if you don't know Lamentations Lamentations is, it's a collection of small versus or poems or however you want to say it and when you're reading through limitations you'll get a new, a new title legs a in cheff teth yodh calf um, and these are no markers to let you know this is where we've cut source and we're pulling from a new source now, so we want to turn the Lamentations chapter 3 if you're turning if you're not whatever Lamentations chapter 3 and we're going to start in verse 22 right so not only does the Lord say Okay I want a new season let's move forward but, when you look in Lamentations it reads because the Lord's faithful love we do not perish, for his mercies never end they are new every morning great is your faithfulness I say the Lord is my portion therefore I will put my hope in him, it's not just that God isn't doesn't want to gotcha for things you've done in the past and suddenly there's some new thing, any you know he wants to turn over some big New Leaf it's literally that every morning. [42:45] God is looking for the opportunity for you to go hey let's move forward from this point on. [42:54] And God is going cool let's do it let's let's put aside everything that came before this point and let's move forward every morning, every morning he's looking for that opportunity. Pastor Newms: [43:08] And and I find I'm actually going to go to the verse before that, you know we started in 22 but if you look at 21 it's like yet I call this to mind and therefore I have hope so it's him remembering this as he's talking. Pastor Bill: [43:25] It's not really because that's anyway. So it's a chopped-up thing and they put things together to create Lamentations so yes the person that collected it decided to put that there, but it's a it's an excerpt from something else that then they said well this would flow well if we put it here. Pastor Newms: [43:46] Yes I forget that about limitations that it's a hodgepodge and not just a hodgepodge from like the normal, way certain areas like Psalms is put together its. Pastor Bill: [44:01] Think of think of like like, macrame to like tell a silly story you like you're cutting out I'm going to take this sentence from this newspaper and this sentence from this magazine and then put them together as if they were the same writing that's that's kind of what limitations is. Pastor Newms: [44:20] And I don't have one that's got it denoted well because the source I'm using does not have it to know did well. Pastor Bill: [44:27] Yeah but between 21 and 22 is one of those cuts. Pastor Newms: [44:29] Okay okay it does flow well though I mean because the area above it and then I was gonna say you know let's go even farther it's straight up like. Pastor Bill: [44:44] Yeah I'm in a dark place I am. Pastor Newms: [44:45] I'm in a dark place I remember them and have become depressed and yet so they did well putting it together because it's like you know next thing. Pastor Bill: [44:58] Well in hindsight it's really easy to go to to poetically pull together these themes and then have a translator then translate it into another language probably two or three times to get to where we are now so that it, it sounds and feels like one writing you know what I mean. Pastor Newms: [45:17] So I'm going to jump now to I'm not going to highlight come on word behave yourself what I want to look at now is Isaiah 41:10, and it's do not fear for I am with you do not be afraid for I am your God I will strengthen you I will help you I will hold onto you with my righteous right hand so, again it's one of those things where hey hey I'm not here to you know, Force this upon you and shove this change down your throat and to you know yes you're going through something and while you're going through it I'm right here and you know it. Pastor Bill: [46:07] Like yeah. Pastor Newms: [46:09] It brings upon that that poem, that you know the footprints in the sand I don't remember who wrote it but it's that whole thing of you know why do I only see one footprint did you abandon me in these times and this like know I was carrying you and, where's that's not necessarily, scriptural in this is the exact way you know that story isn't written in scripture these are examples of that of no no I was right there. Pastor Bill: [46:41] There's there's this sentiment is is is in the Quran as well this idea of, don't fear the lord your God is right there with you and the idea that it Expresses in the court which okay so you know as a as a person myself I believe a lot like Paul does and he says, you know you can look at everything and take everything that's good, and point you to God and keep it and then reject everything that doesn't right so there's there's this idea in the Quran that God is as close as your throat right and the idea is that you're your jugular vein, you know that you see people slitted movies or whatever that God is that clothes he's as close as your jugular vein in your neck, and what could be closer than that vein what could be more involved in your life than if someone who is that close, right there he's going through it with you he's there to protect you and to guide you and he feels all the pain that you feel because he's right there, so I like that idea I have that same idea that this verse you know expresses. Pastor Newms: [47:55] So Biggs just said to help submit the fact that I forgot something, he cemented the fact that I did not forget it and I'm assuming this also came from my wonderful mother, they don't know who wrote Footprints in the Sand so I didn't forget so that makes me happy because overall, no one knows so I didn't forget we just don't know, but that's you know that's kind of what I wanted to talk about tonight and. Pastor Bill do you have anything else on this topic now that we're back to our almost our format. Pastor Bill: [48:55] Overtime 12 different people have claimed credit for writing that poem. Pastor Newms: [49:02] You had already Googled it now now you see also why it's so easy to Google when you're in the corner because you're not the one leading. Pastor Bill: [49:11] No one and no one can actually prove beyond a shadow of a doubt their claim. Pastor Newms: [49:16] Ah what time period did it show up in originally. Pastor Bill: [49:33] 19:36 is the earliest appearance of footprint in the sand. Pastor Newms: [49:36] Really I thought it was older than that interesting okay. Pastor Bill: [49:41] There is a there is a. Pastor Newms: [49:52] But not exactly. [49:57] Interesting so that's kind of what I wanted to talk about tonight and and then you know gay Pastor Bill joined us to talk about it as well. And you know is that whole aspect of change happens change sucks, it is painful we hate it no matter why the change is there now normally you know you're building muscle change sucks you turning your chair and your tweak your back change sucks because she changed position get it. Pastor Bill: [50:29] Sometimes sometimes there's a good change. Pastor Newms: [50:31] Sometimes there are good changes but that doesn't mean it's not painful sometimes sometimes there is good change that isn't. When you're like me and have that little touch of neuro Divergence little touch that's cute when your inner Divergent change pretty much always sucks even if you're just changing. Pastor Bill: [50:53] When your when your workplace is like oh we looked at your resume wrong when we hired you should have started at this rate so now we're going to raise your current rate of pay to this because of it that's good chick. Pastor Newms: [51:06] You going to change my job title you can change my job responsibilities to or just my pay. Pastor Bill: [51:11] Schnapps to pay. Pastor Newms: [51:12] All right that would be a good change that yeah I agree okay so fine way to find flaw in my statements. Pastor Bill: [51:21] Applause I found an optimist point of. Pastor Newms: [51:24] Oh don't start with me with that we just had this argument we're not going backwards all right so that being said I do not know why I just clapped on the mic because that is rude as all get out, thank you guys for joining us we record this live at 6:30, Sunday evenings sometimes it's 631 because my stuff was not together at 6:30 but and we do so with a five minute countdown that was I don't even know how many minutes, cuz I restarted it four times, it's nice been fun and that's why you should join us live not just listening to the recording because we are much more fun, live and you can join us in the chat like Biggs did in Phoenix did and zadie and even Pastor Bill at one point. Pastor Bill: [52:25] Even even petelin borrow from. Pastor Newms: [52:27] Yeah from twitch good job there whoever you are you know, you can join us in chat you can become part of the conversation because this isn't supposed to be one-sided us saying things and you just listening and following our you know what we said because that's the whole point of the Brean lifestyle is to study and to learn together, and so, you know join us we are on Twitch Facebook YouTube and you can go to EK K dot house to see which of each of those had in say it this time. Pastor Bill: [53:02] I didn't say we could switch. Pastor Newms: [53:03] And we love you and we will talk to you again next week. Pastor Bill: [53:13] Do I say be safe. Pastor Newms: [53:14] You have to say be safe out there now yeah, it's just a little head little head has to say be safe yeah the little head has to say be safe so we love you and have a good.
Welcome back to the AJF2 Podcast!!! This episode is a special one because we have some big news…..we've moved apartments! Today the crew discusses the recent Doja Cat situation involving 2 young Stranger Things actors. The boys also break down one of the weirdest and most awkward moments in entertainment history, the Alec Baldwin & Woody Allen Instagram live interview. You're not gonna want to miss it. We'll see you next week from our new studio!!
Lantz Martin and Nick Alatriste do another episode together. In this episode, they talk about the Doja Cat's beef with Stranger Things' Noah Schnapp, the season finale of The Boys, Jake Paul's new boxing opponent, and more. Recorded on Friday, July 8, 2022. Follow the pod: www.twitter.com/BanterHeads www.instagram.com/banterheads www.youtube.com/banterheads Follow the boys: Lantz Martin www.instagram.com/lantzmartin www.twitter.com/LantzMartin www.twitch.tv/lantzmartin https://discord.com/invite/RyPXSEE Nick Alatriste www.instagram.com/nickalatriste www.twitter.com/nickalatriste vm.tiktok.com/JJc6rUe Rabid (Clips Editor) https://www.instagram.com/rabidfl https://twitter.com/rabidfl?s=21 https://www.twitch.tv/RabidFL https://www.tiktok.com/@rabidfl?lang=en Song: Waves by Marozela www.instagram.com/goatzella www.twitter.com/goatzella www.soundcloud.com/marozela
Billy and Adam party hard. To celebrate their friend Jon Gabrus' new show, “101 Places to Party Before You Die,” Billy and Adam try to reflect on their partying past. Unfortunately, they mostly get sidetracked talking about angels in pop culture, good places to cry, vodka with Corvetti and how to pronounce the word “Schnapps.” Theme: Send Medicine - Way to the Sea Follow Billy Scafuri: Twitter: @BillyScafuri // Instagram: @BillyScafuri Follow Adam Lustick: Twitter: @AdamLustick // Instagram: @AdamLustick See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
durée : 00:04:03 - Près de chez vous - France Bleu Elsass - C'est un premier festival à base de "live music, miam miam et glou glou", organisé par la brasserie du Garçon Pointu à Niederlautenbach ce week-end. Nicolas Fischer du groupe Schnapps vous présente le programme.
John and Adam are loving the bar scene in this episode. Sex on the Beach, Schnapps made from peach, it's all delicious as they breakdown the Tom Cruise classic Cocktail, review the sitcom Cheers, and do a recasting of Cocktail using actors of today. Enjoy! www.bfopnetwork.com www.patreon.com/blastpastcast www.instagram.com/blastpastcast www.facebook.com/blastpastcast
If you're like Marc, you're not sure what what liqueurs and schnapps are, other than a very few cocktails or drinking them straight as a teenager. Fortunately Ann Arbor Distillery joins us this week to explain what they are, and how to best enjoy them, including as always some fun facts and great cocktails to try. Pour yourself a glass and enjoy! Cheers! Marc Website: www.theunsophisticatedpalate.com Music: Happy Clappy by John Bartmann Artwork: Marlon Kalis
We're back- did you miss us? Didn't think so. LOTS to catch up on. Chas & Katie waste no time roasting anyone wearing hoof boots & "feminist" tees. Spray tans are a waste of money & so are gym memberships, unless you're taking an unexpected twerking class or getting high off your ass during yoga. All that & more once you press play. Pls subscribe & leave us a review! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/plsstop/support
Episode 99 features 99 Bananas. Bottled in 50ml at 49.5% ABV, or 99 proof and it retails for $0.99. Enjoy this episode with a shot of 99 Bananas! The official website for 99 Bananas: https://99brandparty.com/ (https://99brandparty.com/) Brief Historical Timeline: 1997 - Barton Brands introduces 99 Bananas 2009 - Sazerac Company acquires Barton Brands and 99 Bananas Today - The brand has expanded to more than two dozen flavors Key Cocktails: Shots! 99 Bananas is meant to get you to a good time quickly. References: https://web.archive.org/web/20020915015108fw_/http://99bananas.com/FMPro?-db=liq.fp5&-format=barton/record_detail.htm&-lay=main&-recid=6&-findall= (Barton Brands Website Circa 2002) https://www.liquor.com/99-bananas-liqueur-review-5219217 (Liquor.com Review) https://www.sazerac.com/our-brands/sazerac-brands/99-brand.html (Sazerac Brand Listing) https://www.wideopeneats.com/99-bananas/ (Wide Open Eats Article on 99 Bananas) https://www.diffordsguide.com/encyclopedia/3384/cocktails/20-best-creme-de-banane-banana-liqueur-cocktails (Diffords Guide Listing for Creme de Banane) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schnapps (Wikipedia Listing for Schnapps) https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/tempus-fugit-spirits-introduces-historically-inspired-creme-de-banane-300679241.html#:~:text=Continue%20Reading-,Hotaling%20%26%20Co.,by%20ship%20from%20distant%20colonies. (Press Release Mentioning Introduction of Banana Liqueurs) https://youtu.be/VjEAy8hshkE (YouTube Product Comparison from 2007) https://youtu.be/POjzPMxs1x0 (Hip Hop Song from 2010 on YouTube) A bit NSFW https://youtu.be/A53Dly0M1U0 (Hip Hop Song from 2012 on YouTube) Contact Information: Official show website is: https://www.liquorandliqueurconnoisseur.com/ (www.liquorandliqueurconnoisseur.com) Join my mailing list: http://eepurl.com/hfyhHf (http://eepurl.com/hfyhHf) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liquorandliqueurconnoisseur (https://www.facebook.com/liquorandliqueurconnoisseur) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LiquorandLiqueurConnoisseur/ (https://www.instagram.com/LiquorandLiqueurConnoisseur/) Twitter: @LLConnoisseur
Susie and Gyles are in high spirits today as they lead us on a discovery to the essence of our souls…at least etymologically! We are delving into the world of spirits but not the religious or ghostly type… the alcoholic kind. This exploration will take us across the globe as we visit Geneva for our gin followed by a jaunt to Japan to discover why ordering “Sake” might not get you what you want. Susie will take us on a trip to Germany for a mouthful of Schnapps before she escorts us to India for a hot toddy to soothe her cold. We will learn why the name Gyles ‘Brandy' Brandreth leaves him blushing and our hosts reveal the winning sonnet sent in from a Purple Person. A Somethin' Else production We love answering your wordy questions on the show so please do keep sending them into firstname.lastname@example.org To buy SRWP mugs and more head to.... https://kontraband.shop/collections/something-rhymes-with-purple If you would like to sign up to Apple Subs please follow this link https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/something-rhymes-with-purple/id1456772823 and make sure that you are running the most up-to-date IOS on your computer/device otherwise it won't work. Susie's trio: Brachiate - to swing through the trees with ease using your arms Hirrient - a trilling sound (purring of a cat, or rolling your ‘r's') Chirocracy - to ‘rule by hand', the result of ruling with force Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode on the countdown, we discuss why people don't think this is a good episode but yet we do. Plus Tom Savini, is Gallagher still funny or better yet was he ever funny and your favorite Schnapps. Plus more!
Friend of the show, fellow Leipziger, and international actor Peter Seaton-Clark sits with Matthew and Justin for shots and to discuss his recent appearance in the newly released blockbuster film, Uncharted! Peter Seaton-Clark is a British stage and screen actor who is also a naturalized German citizen. Born in Barnstaple, England, he started his acting career on stage at the world famous Leeds City Varieties in 1994. Other regional theatre engagements were followed by a stint on local TV as a presenter. Moving to Europe he took on more voice work and became a founding member of an English speaking theatre company in Eastern Germany. He is known for Uncharted (dir. Ruben Fleischer), the award winning short film Swiped, in which he starred and produced, as well as Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten, Germany's #1 soap and the Russian film Chempion Mira. His upcoming TV projects include JFK's Love for Europe and The Net and Diversant IV - another Russian production. Uncharted is a 2022 American action-adventure film directed by Ruben Fleischer from a screenplay by Rafe Lee Judkins, Art Marcum and Matt Holloway. Based on Naughty Dog's video game series of the same name, the film serves as a prequel to the games. It stars Tom Holland as Nathan Drake and Mark Wahlberg as his mentor Victor Sullivan, with Sophia Ali, Tati Gabrielle, and Antonio Banderas in supporting roles. In the film, Drake is recruited by Sullivan in a race against Santiago Moncada (Banderas) and Jo Braddock (Gabrielle) to locate the treasure of the Magellan expedition. To see an official clip of Peter in Uncharted, visit this YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rk-DG-fuLAY Follow Peter Seaton-Clark on Instagram: @SeatonClark Book Peter Seaton-Clark: https://www.agentur-aziel.de/de/peter-seaton-clark.html ======================================= The podcast for thinkers, wanderers and drink'n'ponderers. Matthew Hendershot is your host, accompanied by co-hosts, Jake and Justin plus many guests throughout this journey, a booze fueled jaunt through a new land with new customs and rules. In the spirit of unbridled curiosity and the will to experience everything this eclectic crew set out on adventures and conversations from the unique to the mundane and take shots at figuring out this crazy modern world. This happens both literally and figuratively as each episode is properly greased by everyone's favorite social lubricant in its most unadulterated form, Schnapps! Patreon.com/ShotAtThat Twitter.com/ShotAtThat Instagram.com/ShotAtThat Facebook.com/ShotAtThat Tag us with @ShotAtThat/#ShotAtThat
Hosts Pat and Flora Morrow, Dale Miracle, Erik Nannarone, and the crew talk about Windows 11 things you shoukd turn off, The Tennasee man that killed his girlfriend and dumpeed the 2 day old kid in a river, we also have a review of the CES convention of 2022 and more as we drink Hot Cocoa with Peppermint Schnapps ...
We mark the changing of a decade as Matthew turns 40 years old and the crew turns the tables by handing the interview mic over to Justin who has collected 40 questions from friends and fans to ask while we drink Hell or High Water Rum and celebrate way past our bedtimes! ======================================= The podcast for thinkers, wanderers and drink'n'ponderers. Matthew Hendershot is your host, accompanied by co-hosts, Jake and Justin plus many guests throughout this journey, a booze fueled jaunt through a new land with new customs and rules. In the spirit of unbridled curiosity and the will to experience everything this eclectic crew set out on adventures and conversations from the unique to the mundane and take shots at figuring out this crazy modern world. This happens both literally and figuratively as each episode is properly greased by everyone's favorite social lubricant in its most unadulterated form, Schnapps! Patreon.com/ShotAtThat Twitter.com/ShotAtThat Instagram.com/ShotAtThat Facebook.com/ShotAtThat Tag us with @ShotAtThat/#ShotAtThat
This is the episode the guys returned to their Three Guys format roots and talk all things alcohol! Don't worry, the boozing is all talk, since the guys are in the #3G3CDryChallenge. You're only in the show notes for the Malort video, so I'll put up here. Andy (@holtgreive on Instagram): Andy beat Allan to everything except MVP today.I've honestly never seen someone dominate an episode and still lose. (BUT DID HE?!) Josh (@joshflagner on Instagram): Josh sticks up for Tito's Vodka, hates peach Schnapps, and what the hell is wrong with Moscow Mules? (a late MVP vote change may have happened...)Allan (@allanfee on Instagram): Allan rode Andy's coattails all the way to the MVP win. A guy who will drink moonshine at the drop of a cowboy hat but won't touch Slivovitz is sus, if you ask me.Follow the show at @3guys3cities on Insta, Twitter, AND Facebook!
Even Santa has a dark side. Join Ryan and I as we discuss the history, origins, folklore, and general assholery of a Christmas demon. Leave out some Schnapps and be a good boy or girl or you could get beat with a birch branch, or worse, carried off to . If you have a case suggestion send it to email@example.com. Subscribe, tell a friend, and have a merry Christmas and happy holidays!
This episode is all about Oktoberfest! We're joined in the legendary JNC Lounge by Schnapps, 1/2 of the German musical/comedy duo Hops Und Schnapps, as our guide through Bavarian traditions. We learn German toasts, compete in challenges like Stein Holding, Yodeling, and DAS BOOT! We talk a little bit about the 2021 VMA's, the Britney Spears engagement, and give a toast to the late Norm Macdonald. You'll also get your Mid-Week Motivation from Elly, and all our Shameless Plugs!*Notes*Hops Und Schnapps YouTube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoSfXXVCh644abSi8dinipQGuitar Slinger Shootout Ticketshttps://www.downstreamlive.com/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/jncpodcast)
Grab your S'more Schnapps, it's time for Jake and Mike Lawrence to reunite and head on down to South Park.Want even more WizBru? Support us on Patreon! Patreon.com/WizBruKevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
Hä? Neue Folge? Ja, aber Joko ist dieses Mal wieder dabei und hat es gerade noch so rechtzeitig zur Aufnahme geschafft. Kanonenkugel sei Dank. Und Paul? Der ist in New York! Im Gansevoort? Ne! Soho House. Ist vielleicht ein bisschen in die Jahre gekommen, aber immer noch super schön. Trotzdem zu heiß in der Stadt. Deswegen ist Paul in die Hamptons gefahren. Ja, gefahren, nicht geflogen! Mit dem Zug sogar. Wie auf Sylt. Und grundlegend sind die Hamptons genau so. Oh … Sorry! Denn „grundlegend” und „dies und das” sagt Paul eindeutig zu oft. Da gab es sogar schon Beschwerden. Joko hat die Strichliste parat und der Schnapps steht bereit. Aufpassen! Also: zurück zu den Hamptons. Unglaublich teuer da. Aber: dank Tommy Haas und Elyas ganz erträglich. Tommy und Paul sind ja inzwischen gut befreundet. Joko hat ihn nur mal beim Joggen in der Nähe vom Stanglwirt gesehen (gibt's eigentlich auch eine Strichliste für jede Stanglwirt-Erwähnung?!). Super sportlich. Und sehr lustig. Austern, große Autos, Dingles und Häuser für 100.000 Euro im Monat sind schon eine verrückte Welt. Joko hingegen ist genügsam und freut sich schon über eine Badewanne im Hotelzimmer. Unzufrieden wird er erst, wenn die Lüftung zu laut, oder der Blick aus dem Fenster auf die Mülleimer von New York fällt. Nein, das ist keine Beschwerde Paul, sondern Motivation! Das kriegen wir noch ein bisschen besser hin. Beispiel die Schreibtisch-Situation im Soho House. Dafür ist aber die Bar ganz gut ausgestattet. Arbeiten muss Paul sowieso nicht, denn er hat die nächsten Tage frei. Vielleicht muss man die ganze Visums-Situation auch einfach mal positiv sehen. Denn so konnte Paul ein Golfturnier in Baltimore spielen. Zwar ohne rosa Hose, dafür mit Macklemore, dem amerikanischen Paul Janke und Sergio Garcia. Was eine Truppe. Die Zuschauer*innen waren völlig fassungslos. Einerseits wahrscheinlich von den Schlägen in den Wald, andererseits hat bestimmt auch Pauls Eagle Putt was damit zu tun. Da sind alle völlig ausgerastet und auch Sergio Garcia hat sich ein Doppel Highfive abgeholt. „The German Machine” eben. Ein Auto hat Paul dann leider nicht gewonnen, dafür aber Macklemore als Podcast-Gast. Cooler Dude. Und sogar im Deutschrap-Game kennt er sich aus. Welchen deutschen Rapper hat er sofort genannt, als er von Paul gefragt wurde? Wollen wir nicht spoilern, aber: Die Person ist der „German Travis Scott, only better.” Den „Host of Halli Galli” aka „The tall guy?" kennt er natürlich auch noch. Kein Wunder: „He was funny!”. Well connected ist Ben (so heißt Macklemore wirklich) auch mit Tim. Und Tim war Jokos Klamotten-Schmuggler zu den Stars. So kam es auch, das Robbie Williams 250 Shirts von Joko für seine Welttournee geschenkt bekommen hat. Das passt wie die Faust aufs Auge, denn Jokos heutige Frage an Paul ist: „Warum schenken Sie gerne?”. Long Story short: Damit sich beide Seiten freuen. Das ist das schönste daran. Dass die Covid-Kontrollen in New York und Venedig so lasch sind, ist eher nicht so schön, sondern eigentlich sogar ziemlich krass. Fast so krass wie die neue Staffel „jerks.". Wo war Joko letzte Woche eigentlich? Surfen? In Berlin?! Ja. Mit Klaas auf der stehenden Welle. Und verletzt hat er sich dabei sowieso. Ärgerlich für die darauffolgende Studiowoche, denn das war wirklich das ganze Programm: Purzelbaum, zusammengestaucht, Speiseröhre zusammengedrückt, Magen runtergedrückt, lang gezogen, hoch gedrückt, ausgespuckt, Buckel gemacht. Autsch! Zum Glück gibt es Physios. Da kriegt Joko inzwischen sogar Treuepunkte. Aber auch Skifahrern kann gefährlich werden, findet Paul bei einem Essen heraus. Obwohl Laax und Oberlech doch eigentlich ganz cool sind …? Naja, manches ist einfach nicht wie es scheint. Ob es jetzt die Cornflakes sind oder der deutsche Grapejuice … bedanken können wir uns dafür bei Merkel. Alle Infos und Rabatte zu unseren Werbepartnern unter https://linktr.ee/AWFNR
Butter ripple schnapps down the hatch? Sounds like disastery to us! Megan and Amber talk about reality TV and bringing the community together. All that and more on todays episode! Music: Rattle 'N' Shake - Marc Walloch Follow us on Facebook! #LittleBitLoud For questions, comments, or to give further insights, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Pitter Patter! -NMF Team --- 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/not-my-forte/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/not-my-forte/support
Na het overweldigende succes van het eerste seizoen werden we door Wat Schaft de Podcast uitgenodigd voor een heuse crossover aflevering, over... kaasfondue!Jonas en Jeroen hebben al heel wat onderwerpen weten te verslaan in Wat Schaft de Podcast. En ze weten prima welke kaas ze lekker vinden, maar de materie achter Kaasfondue is toch wel echt andere koek. Daarom hebben Jonas en Jeroen onze hulp ingeschakeld. Gezamenlijk gaan we op zoek naar de perfecte Kaasfondue.In deze aflevering kom je alles te weten over de chemische processen die komen kijken bij Kaasfondue, welke kaassoorten je het beste kunt gebruiken en er is zelfs een vegan recept voor het vegetarisch repertoire!Shownotes #40: Kaasfondue1. Drankjes: Arneis & Gruner VeltlinerIn overleg met wijnleverancier Okhuysen heeft Jeroen twee mooie witte wijnen uitgekozen voor bij de kaasfondue. De Arneis uit de Piedmonte en de meer toegankelijkere Gruner Veltliner. De Arneis is een hele droge witte wijn met een heel klein pareltje. Met een zure en ziltige smaak. De Gruner Veltliner heeft ook een tintel in de wijn, net als de Arneis en hij heeft een zure, ietwat minder ziltige smaak. De Gruner Veltliner is met zijn zuurgraad goed geschikt om de kaasfondue mee te bereiden en smaakt er ook heerlijk bij.Voor de smaak drinken heel veel mensen witte wijn bij Kaasfondue, maar volgens het Britisch Medical Journal kun je het beste thee bij de Kaasfondue drinken. Vermijd in ieder geval de Schnapps achteraf, want dat gaat helemaal mis.2. KaasfondueDe historie van kaasfondue is eigenlijk kort maar krachtig: Zwitserse kaas overproductie in het kwadraat. Maar waar wordt kaasfondue nu echt van gemaakt? Er zijn veel verschillende regionale recepten. De meeste Kaasfondues bestaan uit verschillende kazen uit bergachtige regio's.Met dank aan Esther Hainenbach, een scheikundige en lid van onze brigade, is het chemische proces dat komt kijken bij Kaasfondue verhelderd. Belangrijk om te bedenken is dat Kaasfondue net als mayonaise een emulsie is. En nog lastiger: een warme emulsie. Lees ook de blogpost van Jeroen en Esther over het chemische proces van de kaasfondue.Heb je al onze tips opgevolgd en krijg je toch een draderige structuur of een bal?Voeg iets meer zuur toe (bijvoorbeeld met citroen).Voeg een papje van maizena toe.Voeg een smeltkaas toe alla la vache-qui-rit.En mislukt het echt compleet? Drink een glas wijn of 2 en rasp de afgekoelde Kaasfondue en begin opnieuw.In de podcast bespreken de heren 3 verschillende soorten Kaasfondue: Moitié Moitié (Zwitserse Kaasfondue), Savoyarde (Franse Kaasfondue) en de Mont d'or (kan zowel Frans als Zwitsers zijn).Maar wat eet je nu bij de kaasfondue? Natuurlijk heerlijk (zuurdesem) brood. Wil je dat nu zelf ook eens maken? Zie de Wat Schaft de Podcast afleveringen over zuurdesem. Ook een lekker zuurtje in de vorm van cornichons of groente, zoals cherrytomaatjes, aardappeltjes, bloemkool of een mooie salade passen uitstekend bij dit heerlijke winterse gerecht.Lieven heeft met de volgende kaaswinkels gebeld om hun te vragen naar kaasfondue tips, bedankt voor de medewerking:Vers inn Helftheuvelpassage in Den BoschRidders kaashuis in Den HaagFromagerie Bon in LeidenMorty's delicatessen in UtrechtOp de website van Wat Schaft de Podcast tref je de recepten die we gebruikt hebben én nog 39 andere afleveringen en nog veel meer recepten!Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
If one were to assume that a blank sheet of paper – complete freedom – is the best way to coax maximum creativity from the human mind, one would be wrong. The highest levels of creativity are launched from the tightest constraints. Consider this request made a couple of weeks ago by a student in https://americansmallbusinessinstitute.org/ (our monthly webcast.) Hi Roy, I work with a micro-distillery in our province who recently developed a lower-priced brand of affordable liquor. It is called: lōk(ə)l and they spell it phonetically, with a k and a schwa. (ə) They make vodka, gin and schnapps packaged in plastic bottles. How can we advertise this on the radio to get people to look for the right product? Not to mention there is some muddiness marketing “local” when everyone is jumping on the “shop local” train… there is even another alcohol beverage called Local with a similar style. Thanks for all your help. Let's examine our creative restraints and limitations:Plastic bottles shout “cheap.” “Locally-produced vodka” is not a strong selling proposition. “Local” is an overused generic descriptive, but we're stuck with it as a name. A competing product has the same name, but with the correct spelling. If we cannot differentiate our brand, our radio ads are likely to sell the products of companies other than our own. Bottom line: lōk(ə)l vodka is memorable only because it is spelled with a k. These are the creative handcuffs we wear as we write a series of 30-second radio ads in an effort to give this brand a personality that says something other than “cheap generic vodka.”Are you ready to ride? Lokal vodka is NOT low-cal, low calorie, lightweight vodka. You're thinking of a different brand. Lokal-with-a-K is full-bodied, genuine, authentic vodka made right here in Saskatchewan. Vodka is spelled with a K, not a C. Lokal-with-a-K is old-school vodka, the kind that will kick your ass if you drink too much of it. We also make gin and schnapps. This stuff is fabulous, but to make it affordable we put it in plastic bottles, 'kay? Lokal-with-a-K is available in every store that has good taste. AD 2: Lokal-with-a-K vodka is made right here in Saskatchewan, which also has a K. And Vodka is spelled with a K, so we spell Lokal with a K. You say, “Hey, you also make gin and schnapps and they don't have a K.” But in THIS deck of cards, Vodka is KING, Schnapps is QUEEN, Gin is the JOKER and the joker is wild. Drink has a K. Kick has TWO K's, but Compromise is spelled with a “C.” Lokal-with-a-K is fabulous, but to make it affordable we put it in plastic bottles, 'kay? Lokal-with-a-K is available in every store that has good taste. AD 3: Lokal-with-a-K vodka is made right here in Saskatchewan, and because you love it, we're now making it with extra K. We also put extra K in our gin and schnapps. Vodka is KING, Schnapps is QUEEN, Gin is the JOKER and the joker is wild. With these three in your hand, you're on your way to a Full House. Drink has a K. Kick has TWO K's, but Compromise is spelled with a “C.” We don't compromise. Neither should you. Lokal-with-a-K is available in every store that has good taste. By the time we get to the third ad, this campaign is promising wild parties in a full house of people where everyone gets their kicks. Did you notice? Incongruities, anomalies, gaps and disturbances naturally attract attention. Learn to leverage them as memory hooks.What if we were asked to differentiate that other brand of vodka, LoCal? Let's ride again, shall we? Vodka is clean, pure, and colorless… Like diamonds… And sunlight… And the music of angels. But it will also make you FAT and we don't want THAT. My vodka...
"Forget Ralphie 'you're gonna shoot your eye out' - you're gonna shoot your ass off!"Join The Stephen Queens for double digits, episode 10! Here, we're reviewing Krampus, a horror-comedy favorite. In this episode:Bella highlights some of Krampus' terrifying traitsShannon switches things up and gives us all a spooky history lessonAshley realizes she may just be Aunt Dorothea (don't hold the Schnapps, please!) Gruß vom Krampus!
Lindsey Fairleigh and Lindsey Pogue interview SF/F author J Bennett about her recently completed series, The Henchman's Survival Guide. WARNING: This episode contains spoilers about The Henchman's Survival Guide series.Link to the The Henchman's Survival Guide series on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YW69JCQJ Bennett on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/J-Bennett/e/B006XLX2E6J Bennett's website: https://www.jbennettwrites.com/J Bennett's FB page: https://www.facebook.com/jbennettwrites/J Bennett's drink (The Superman):• 1/3 oz. Schnapps, peach• 1/3 oz. Rum, coconut• 1/3 oz. Triple Sec• 1 splash Grenadine• Fill with Pineapple JuiceFill glass with ice, add equal parts rum, peach schnapps and triple sec. Fill with pineapple juice, stir. Top with grenadine.Join the No Shelf Control Podcast Facebook Group:www.facebook.com/groups/noshelfcontrolpodcastSupport us on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/noshelfcontrolLindsey Pogue's website:https://www.lindseypogue.com/Lindsey Fairleigh's website:www.lindseyfairleigh.com/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/noshelfcontrol)
Today Mandy and Hugh discuss some lesser known (and one more well known!) yuletide creatures of lore! So sit back, grab some hot cocoa with Schnapps, and join us as we dive deep ;-) Articles discussed: https://www.ranker.com/list/the-10-most-terrifying-christmas-figures/molly-mahan https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/monsters-of-christmas *All music used in this, and all episodes on DoD, are royalty free and taken from the Free Music Archive or are used with permission from the content creator* We'd love to hear from you! Email us at: email@example.com. ** Love reading but never have the time?! Check out one of our sponsors, Audible! Visit our link: http://www.audibletrial.com/DepthOfDarkness to get started with a free audio book!** We're also on Instagram and Twitter! Follow us on those to get the latest updates on episodes! Twitter: @DoD_Podcast IG: @dod_pod. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/depthofdarkness0/support