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Breakfast With Champions
Episode 283 with Nate Forrest & Lyann Nguyen - Flipping The Script

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 59:12


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Nate Forrest & Lyann Nguyen! Lyann Nguyen, aka Credit Ninja! A Credit Expert, Advisor to CEOs, Celebrities, Influencers, YouTubers, Ecom Experts, and Athletes, Keynote Speaker and Super connector! Nate Forrest helps entrepreneurs increase revenue using creative lead generation, content creation, and sales funnel strategies through social media channels. 

2.0
Calligraphy 2.0

2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 73:59


Brothers John and Will Wiesenfeld improve calligraphy. 2PointOhPodcast.com patreon.com/2PointOhPodcast   Podcast Twitter: @2PointOhPodcast personal twitter/instagram: Will: @BATHSmusic John: @sweaterstripes   Theme: Will Art: John

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
WWE Raw 10/25/21 Review: WWE Promotes A ”New Era”....A New Era Of Rematches As The Season Premiere Of Monday Night Raw Is A Complete Disaster

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 119:39


WWE Raw 10/25/21 full show review, results, and highlights wikth  @JDfromNY206  on Off The Script. WWE is promoting tonight's Monday Night Raw as a "New Era"...I don't see what's so new about it. The show feels exactly like it did last week, and we got our favorite thing...REMATCHES! WWE Raw 10/25/21 Results:

Good Morning Business
Thomas Ybert, cofondateur et directeur général de DNA Script - 26/10

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 6:51


Thomas Ybert, cofondateur et directeur général de DNA Script, était l'invité de Christophe Jakubyszyn dans Good Morning Business, ce mardi 26 octobre. Ils sont revenus sur la méthode de fabrication d'ADN de synthèse qu'utilise son entreprise sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

StarDate Podcast

A big hole in the ground has helped scientists piece together the structure of the dwarf planet Ceres. It's the largest member of the asteroid belt — about a quarter the size of the Moon. The hole shows that Ceres has layers, like a bigger planet or moon. A spacecraft studied Ceres from orbit for three years. Its most impressive discovery was Occator Crater. It's almost 60 miles wide and two miles deep. Big white blotches decorate its floor — deposits of salt. Occator probably formed about 20 million years ago, when a space rock hit Ceres. Recent work suggests there was a layer of salty, muddy water about 30 miles below the site. The impact fractured the crust, allowing some of the brine to leak into the crater floor. The water evaporated, leaving the salt. The crater also is marked by dozens of small rounded hills. They resemble features on Earth known as pingoes. They formed when water surged from below, pushing up the top layer of rocks and ice. Occator Crater and other features reveal that Ceres has several layers. Two of those layers — the crust and mantle — are separated by a layer of muddy brine — which can sometimes leak onto the surface. Ceres shines at its best for the year right now. It rises at sunset, is in view all night, and is brightest for the year. Through binoculars, it looks like a small, faint star to the lower left of the bright star Aldebaran as they climb into good view in the east by 9:30 or 10.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Best Picture This
2004: SIDEWAYS: When Do People 'Peak'?

Best Picture This

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 42:58


Grab a drink (not Merlot) and meet us in wine country. It's SIDEWAYS day! In this episode, Mike and Brian revisit director Alexander Payne's grape juice-stained Best Picture nominee, starring Paul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia Madsen and Sandra Oh. They explore the big power of small moments of characterization in screenwriting, question why we root for unlikable characters, talk trivia and decide whether to keep or kick this film from the top five of 2004.  www.bestpicturethis.com Want to choose an movie for a future episode? BECOME A PATRON. Agree or disagree with our takes? EMAIL BestPictureThis@gmail.com And for 15 years of Golden Takes, head over to Letterboxd.

StarDate Podcast
Iapetus

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 2:14


One of the moons of Saturn is two-toned. One hemisphere is bright, while the other is as dark as coal. And the difference may be caused by another moon. Iapetus was discovered 350 years ago today by Giovanni Cassini. The moon is about 900 miles in diameter and more than two million miles from Saturn. A ridge around its equator makes it look like a walnut. As Cassini studied his discovery, he noticed something odd: He could see it only when it was on the western side of Saturn, not the eastern. He soon figured out that Iapetus always keeps the same hemisphere turned toward Saturn, just as the same hemisphere of our moon always faces Earth. Cassini also realized that half of the moon must be bright, the other dark. We got a good look at that two-toned appearance from the Cassini spacecraft, which orbited Saturn for more than a decade. It showed that there's a sharp line between light and dark. The leading hemisphere of Iapetus probably gets coated with dust from Phoebe, another moon. The dust traps sunlight during the day, warming the ice below it. Some of the ice vaporizes and migrates to the trailing hemisphere, where it's nighttime. Once there, it freezes — making the dark side darker and the bright side brighter. Saturn is due south at nightfall and looks like a bright star, well to the right of brighter Jupiter. Iapetus is so faint that you need a telescope to see it — no matter which hemisphere is facing Earth.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

StarDate Podcast
Mars Odyssey

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 2:14


A NASA spacecraft is celebrating a major milestone today: 20 years in orbit around Mars. It's the longest-operating Mars mission in history. Mars Odyssey launched on April 7th, 2001. [launch audio: 3, 2, 1, we have ignition, and liftoff of a Delta II rocket carrying NASA on an odyssey back to Mars...] At launch, it was called 2001 Mars Odyssey in honor of the movie and novel “2001: A Space Odyssey.” The craft entered orbit around Mars on October 23rd. It then spent months using a technique known as aerobraking to dip into the planet's upper atmosphere and sculpt its final orbit. Mars Odyssey's instruments have mapped the entire Martian surface. They've also mapped the composition of the surface. Among other things, they've revealed salt, clay, and other compounds that formed in watery environments. The findings indicate that Mars was once much warmer and wetter than it is today — and perhaps even a comfortable home for life. The orbiter also has detected vast layers of water ice buried beneath the red dirt all across the planet. Some of those deposits might someday provide drinking water, oxygen, and rocket fuel for human explorers. Odyssey's pictures have helped scientists pick out landing sites for Mars landers and rovers. And the craft has served as a relay station for those missions. It continues its work today — two decades after entering orbit around the Red Planet. Tomorrow: a two-toned “walnut” at Saturn.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
WWE Crown Jewel 2021 Review: Better Than SummerSlam & Wrestlemania, Crown Jewel 2021 Is The Best Show WWE Has Put On In Saudi Arabia

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 131:12


WWE Crown Jewel 2021 full show review, results, and highlights with  @JDfromNY206  on Off The Script. WWE is back in Saudi Arabia for the first time this year with a card that on paper looks better than Wrestlemania and SummerSlam but did it deliver? WWE Crown Jewel 2021 Results:

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
WWE SmackDown & AEW Rampage 10/22/21 Review: WWE Has Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair Embarrass The Women‘s Championship In A SWAP | Andrade vs PAC Best AEW Main Event Ever?

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 127:51


WWE SmackDown & AEW Rampage 10/22/21 full show review, results, and highlights with  @JDfromNY206  on Off The Script. WWE has it's first show after a great Crown Jewel PPV, and this episode was an absolute waste of TV time. On AEW Rampage, Andrade & PAC gave us one of the best AEW TV Main Event's in their company's history.  Go to https://thld.co/geologie_JDNY50 to save 50% off on your 30 day trial. Thanks to Geologie for sponsoring today's video. WWE SmackDown 10/22/21 Results:

StarDate Podcast
Moon and Aldebaran

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 2:14


It's easy to see that the Moon moves across the sky. Compare its position to the background of stars from one night to the next, and that motion is obvious. Tonight, for example, the bright star Aldebaran rises to the lower right of the Moon. By tomorrow night, though, the Moon will have moved so much that Aldebaran will rise farther to its upper right. The background stars are sometimes described as “fixed” because they don't move from night to night — or at least not enough to notice. The stars are all in constant motion as they orbit the center of the galaxy, just as the Sun does. But the stars are so far away that the change from night to night — or even century to century — is imperceptible. Aldebaran was the first to reveal that motion. In 1718, astronomer Edmond Halley studied records of Aldebaran's position from more than 2,000 years earlier. He found that the star had moved — by about a quarter of the diameter of the Moon in our sky. Halley then studied the motions of two more stars, which confirmed the effect. That shift is called proper motion. Aldebaran shows a large motion because it's close — just 65 light-years away. So the relative motions of Aldebaran and the Sun combine to produce a large shift in the star's position. Today, Aldebaran marks the eye of Taurus. But thousands of years from now, the star will have moved away from that spot — depriving the bull of his bright orange eye.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

Will & Woody
FULL SHOW: Mimi, The Fake Script Fan

Will & Woody

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 35:07


Danny from The Script // Do you like the self-checkout? // Amy the non-sexual sugar baby // Is this my profession? // Which animal would you like to eat you?

StarDate Podcast
Nightlights

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 2:14


Pictures of Earth's nightside shot from space show a lot of islands of light — the glow of cities and towns. When you add up all of that light, though, it isn't much — the nightside is pretty dark. But a study this year suggested that if there's a civilization on a nearby exoplanet, it might produce enough nighttime light to see with a giant new space telescope. Proxima Centauri b is one of the two planets known to orbit Proxima Centauri, our closest neighbor star. The star is so small and faint that you need a telescope to see it, even though it's just four-and-a-quarter light-years away. Proxima Centauri b is at a distance from the star where conditions are fairly comfortable for life. That makes the Earth-sized planet a candidate for studies by James Webb Space Telescope. It could look for compounds that are produced by life in the planet's atmosphere, for example. Abraham Loeb and Elisa Tabor suggested another way to hunt for life — in this case, an advanced civilization: Look for the glow of cities on the planet's nightside. The night would have to be really lit up — at least five percent as bright as Proxima Centauri. And the light would have to be concentrated in a narrow range of wavelengths. The odds of such a civilization living there are tiny, so Webb isn't likely to see any nightlights. But future space telescopes might extend the range to other stars — and look for the glow of alien cities.  Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Toonami Faithful Podcast
Episode 379 - Batmanime if you will or... It was in the Script!

Toonami Faithful Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 124:21


Sketch, Darrell and Kuro discuss the animated films: Batman Ninja and Batman: Under the Red Hood. Red Hood features classic Batman action and intrigue while Batman Ninja is quiiiiiiite the opposite of that.

Simple English News Daily
Friday 22nd October 2021. World News. Today: Russia restrictions. Pakistan meets Taliban. India billion doses. NZ and UK free trade. Libya e

Simple English News Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 7:46


World News in 7 minutes. Friday 22nd October 2021.Transcript at: send7.org/transcripts Today: Russia restrictions. Pakistan meets Taliban. India billion doses. NZ and UK free trade. Libya elections. Sudan pro-democracy demonstrations. Haiti kidnappings. Chile elections. US Trump truth. EU Poland problems. France expensive dinosaur.Send your opinion or experience by email to podcast@send7.org or send an audio message at send7.org for us to broadcast. With Stephen Devincenzi and Khadija Tahir.SEND7 (Simple English News Daily in 7 minutes) tells news in intermediate English. Every day, listen to the most important stories in the world in slow, clear English. This easy English news podcast is perfect for English learners, people with English as a second language, and people who want to hear a fast news update from around the world. Learn English through hard topics, but simple grammar. SEND7 covers all news including politics, business, natural events and human rights. For more information visit send7.org/contact

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope
The Perfect Place

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 4:28


This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

StarDate Podcast
Webb Telescope II

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 2:14


James Webb Space Telescope isn't like any other telescope — in space or on the ground. Its main mirror, which will gather and focus starlight, is so big that it has to be folded for launch. The mirror is made of a material that's rarely used in telescopes. And it's coated with a thin layer of gold — the better to see the universe at infrared wavelengths. The telescope is scheduled for launch this fall. It'll travel to a point that's a million miles “behind” Earth as seen from the Sun. That will give it a constant view of the universe, and eliminate any glare from Earth or the Moon. Webb will be the biggest and most expensive space telescope ever launched. It's taken more than a decade to develop, at a projected cost of about 10 billion dollars. Webb's main mirror spans about 21 feet. It consists of 18 hexagons that fit together like the tiles on a floor. They're made of beryllium — a strong but lightweight metal. Small motors will fine-tune their position to create the right shape for the overall mirror. The shape has to be accurate to within one ten-thousandth of the width of a human hair. A shield will protect the telescope from the Sun. That's especially important for an infrared telescope, which studies some of the coldest objects in the universe. After Webb is launched, it'll take months to get it ready for work. But if everything goes as planned, we could see its first pictures and other results by late spring. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Make My Damn Movie
Script Shelf Life | Ep.101

Make My Damn Movie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 24:37


Mark & Tom wonder if certain screenplays have an expiration date, possibly due to a specific time period. Mark has a different twist on a "Gilligan's Island" movie project he'd like to get greenlit (sure). Also, messages from listeners, The Movie Quotes Game, Staff Picks and a couple "questionable" comments (yikes!)...

The Writers Room Game Show

GENRE: Cyber-Thriller / TONE: Inspiring / DEMO: Fans of Buster Keaton / MANDATE: Must be Rated-R.A Weekend Video ProductionFind out more about the funnest advertainment studio this side of Friday at weekend.videoSponsored by MusicbedThanks to Musicbed for sponsoring this episode. Use coupon code GAMESHOW at checkout to receive your first month free when you purchase an annual subscription and start unlocking your films' full potential: http://share.mscbd.fm/writersroomgameshowCREDITSHosts/Contestants: Ryan Polly (ryanpolly.net) and Seth Worley (sethworley.com) Edited by: Rene Gomez (renegomez.net)Key Art: Meg Lewis (meglewis.com)Original Music: Ben Worley (benworley.work)Executive Producers: Grant Wakefield at Weekend Video and Anne Fogerty at Plot DevicesGot a better idea? We now have a Notes Hotline! Call 1 (866) HEY-WRGS and leave your name,  which movie idea your notes are regarding, and your notes! We want to hear how you would do the assignment better. By leaving a message you're consenting to us possibly playing your recording live on the air. Check out writersroomgame.show to listen to all of our episodes and keep in touch. You can even submit some of your own studio mandates for us to add to the generator.And don't forget to rate and review our podcast on Apple Podcasts!

StarDate Podcast
Webb Telescope

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 2:14


Hubble Space Telescope has revealed some of the earliest galaxies in the universe — “cities” of stars as they looked when the universe was about half a billion years old. Astronomers would like to see even deeper, though — to the time when the first galaxies were taking shape. And if everything goes well, they'll soon get a new tool for the search. James Webb Space Telescope is being prepared for launch this fall. It's the largest space telescope ever built. Its main mirror spans about 21 feet. And it will collect almost seven times as much light as Hubble. That will allow the telescope to see galaxies taking shape roughly a quarter of a billion years after the Big Bang. Those observations will help scientists understand how massive clouds of gas and dust came together to make stars and galaxies. Webb is designed to study the universe at infrared wavelengths, which are invisible to the human eye. Most infrared comes from objects that are fairly cool. That includes clouds that are giving birth to stars, and disks around stars that are giving birth to planets. It also includes the planets themselves — those orbiting other stars, and those in our own solar system. Webb will try to measure the atmospheres of some of those distant worlds. If any of them have life, the telescope might be able to see some of the chemistry it produces — sniffing out signs of life with a giant new “eye” in space. We'll have more about the James Webb Space Telescope tomorrow. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Script Apart
The Mitchells Vs The Machines with Michael Rianda and Jeff Rowe

Script Apart

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 64:33


Michael Rianda and Jeff Rowe are the creative minds behind one of the most riotously funny and inventive movies of this year. In The Mitchells Vs The Machines, two terrible things happen to young filmmaker Katie Mitchell. First, her dad decides to surprise her by taking the entire family on a cross-country road trip on the eve of her going to college. And second, the tech apocalypse strikes, enslaving pretty much all mankind. It's neck and neck as to which one is worse for Katie, voiced by Abbi Jacobson. Together, it's up to the Mitchells to stop the robot uprising and save the world.Featuring groundbreaking animation, hilarious movie references and Olivia Colman as an evil Alexa, The Mitchells vs The Machines had it all. But, as you'll discover in today's episode, the film almost went in a very different direction. Originally titled Control Alt Escape, their first draft found the Mitchells on a mission with the President of the United States. It had a drastically different ending and a reduced role for two of the movie's standout characters: glitching robots Eric and Deborahbot 5000. In the conversation you're about to hear, we dig into all of those changes, as well as the film's graceful LGBTQ+ representation, its chances of a sequel and yes, that scene with the demonic Furby.This is a spoiler conversation, so be sure to watch The Mitchells Vs The Machines on Netflix before listening.Support for this episode comes from Arc Studio – the beautifully-designed screenwriting programme whose intuitive interface and host of innovative features helps you get the most out of your writing time – and Coverfly, who curate the best screenwriting talent-discovery programs into one place and connect emerging screenwriters with industry professionals who can bring their ideas to screen.Script Apart is a podcast about the first-draft secrets behind great movies. Each episode, the screenwriter behind a beloved film shares with us their initial screenplay for that movie. We then talk through what changed, what didn't and why on its journey to the big screen. All proceeds go to Black Minds Matter UK, the NHS Charities Covid-19 Appeal and the Film and TV Charity.Script Apart is hosted by Al Horner and produced by Kamil Dymek, with music from Stefan Bindley-Taylor. You can follow Script Apart on Twitter and Instagram. You can also email us on thescriptapartpodcast@gmail.com.Support for this episode comes from Arc Studio and Coverfly.Get a free digital copy of the Script Apart Magazine by supporting us on Patreon! 50 pages of interviews with screenwriters, including exclusive conversations you won't find anywhere else. You can also now support the show on Ko-Fi.Support the show (https://patreon.com/scriptapart)

Rhody Radio: RI Library Radio Online
BH&PS Action News Coverage: The Burning of Bristol, 1778

Rhody Radio: RI Library Radio Online

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 14:52


Breaking news from the BH&PS Action News Team on May 27, 1778, as an invading regiment of British and Hessian soldiers marched through Bristol, RI, setting fire to the homes of rebels and loyalists alike. This thrilling radio play, produced in the style of CBS Radio's You Are There series from 1947-1957, takes you on location with reporter William J. Bell (portrayed by Christopher Lane) describing the scene and interviewing soldiers and citizens from the scene of the action. This episode was produced in collaboration with the Rogers Free Library, the Bristol Historical and Preservation Society, the Barrington Public Library, and Rhody Radio. Script for the Burning of Bristol was written by Rei Battcher. CAST: Rei Battcher: Town Crier and Lt. Colonel James Campbell Sarah Weed: Washerwoman and Mrs. Woodbury Dr. Catherine W. Zipf, Announcer Christopher Lane: Reporter William J. Bell and Hezekiah Usher Yankee Doodle performed by the Air Force Ceremonial Band, accessed via https://www.music.af.mil/Multimedia/Music/Public-Domain-Music/. Sound effects from https://mixkit.co/free-sound-effects/ and https://soundbible.com/. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rhodyradio/message

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope
Again and Again

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 5:25


This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

The Blockchain.com Podcast
Episode 42: Flipping the script with The Block's Frank Chaparro and Blockchain.com's Peter Smith

The Blockchain.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 42:01


Following on from CEO Peter Smith's appearance on The Scoop with Frank Chaparro, we invited Frank into the hot seat. In the fast-moving world of crypto, Frank discusses how to designate what is in fact ‘newsworthy' and how to push the narrative forward. We also touch on talking crypto with grandma and finding a common appreciation for Cracker Barrel. If you enjoyed this bonus episode don't forget to subscribe and leave a review. Start your crypto journey with Blockchain.com today. Sign up for a Wallet: blockchain.com/wallet Trade on the Exchange: exchange.blockchain.com

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
WWE Raw 10/18/21 Review: WWE Has Completely Given Up Booking Raw In October As The Show Hits An All Time Uninteresting Low | Crown Jewel Go Home Show

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 134:47


WWE Raw 10/18/21 full show review, results, and highlights with  @JDfromNY206   on Off The Script. Seems like with major sports happening every week this month, WWE likes to promote big main events only to give non finishes and waste all of our time WWE Raw 10/18/21 Results:

StarDate Podcast

The space around a black hole can be busy. As gas funnels into a black hole, it can form a disk that's heated to millions of degrees. And the spin of the disk and the black hole can create a strong magnetic field. The field can sculpt powerful “jets” that shoot gas from the disk into space at almost the speed of light. Astronomers should learn more about that process with a space telescope that's scheduled for launch this fall. It's called IXPE — the Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer. The craft will carry three telescopes that are sensitive to X-rays, which are produced by some of the most powerful objects and events in the universe. The telescopes will feed light to instruments that will detect X-rays that have been polarized — they move through space in sync, like members of a marching band. The X-rays can be polarized by magnetic fields, so studying them reveals how the fields align, how they're created, and more. The list of targets includes black holes large and small, plus the remnants of exploded stars. Among those remnants are magnetars. These tiny, ultra-dense corpses produce magnetic fields that are trillions of times stronger than Earth's. IXPE should map those fields, helping scientists determine how magnetars are born, how they evolve, and how they affect the space around them. IXPE isn't the only space telescope being prepared for launch. We'll talk about a much bigger one tomorrow. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Do We Know Things?
Sex Education: Not Just for Kids

Do We Know Things?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 33:52


When you think of sex education, what springs to mind? I bet a mildly awkward class with a mildly uncomfortable teacher talking about periods, where babies come from, and possibly putting a condom on a wooden penis. Does that sound about right?We often think sex education is for kids, but the sex ed we get as kids from parents and schools is lacking, so we get a lot of our info from friends and media. It is rare that we get realistic sex education and even rarer to get queer sex education as kids or teens. On this episode, I talk to Eva Bloom, sex educator extraordinaire, about sex ed for adults: why we need it, why it's important, and why queering things up is beneficial for everyone.Sex Ed! What do we know? Do we know things? Let's find out!Check out Eva's upcoming course that starts October 26!: Fuck the Patriarchy, Fuck Yourself Find Eva on YouTube, Instagram, and Tik Tok as What's My Body Doing?Script for this episode: https://www.doweknowthings.com/episodesHosted by Dr. Lisa Dawn Hamilton, psychology professor and sex educator.Music and editing Jeremy Dahl https://www.palebluedot.ca/Script assistance by Matt Tunnacliffe See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Justin Takes The Bach - A Bachelor Recap Podcast
Bonus Bach: Taking The Bach And Flipping The Script (feat. Matt Munson)

Justin Takes The Bach - A Bachelor Recap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 80:07


This week, Matt Munson (from Rachel Lindsay's season) takes the Bach with Justin! That's right, Justin is in the hot seat this week! Matt interviews Justin about how he started the pod, who the hottest men in the franchise are, his full time job working with Broadway shows, and so much more. Follow Matt on Instagram to keep up with the Bach alum. Follow Justin Takes the Bach on Instagram to stay in the know on all things Bachelor Nation and spill the tea with Justin himself. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe.

StarDate Podcast
Orionid Meteors

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 2:14


Two celestial lightshows will compete with each other this week — the full Moon and the Orionid meteor shower. And there's no mystery about which one will win: It's the Moon all the way. The Orionids are streaks of light caused by debris from Comet Halley. When the comet passes near the Sun, some of the ice at its surface vaporizes. That releases particles of rock and dirt into space. They spread out along the comet's path. Earth plows through this path every October. As it does so, some of the comet dust slams into the atmosphere at almost 150,000 miles per hour. A grain's plunge into the atmosphere creates friction. That heats and erodes it. It also creates a trail of plasma — a super-heated gas that glows. And that's what we see when a meteor streaks across the sky. The Orionids are expected to reach their peak in the wee hours of Thursday morning. Under dark skies, away from the pesky glow of city lights, the shower usually produces up to a dozen or so meteors per hour. Unfortunately, though, the Moon will be full on Wednesday morning. It's the Hunter's Moon — the full Moon after the Harvest Moon. When the meteor shower hits its peak on Thursday, the Moon will still be almost full. It'll be nice and bright, and in view all night long. Its brilliant glare will overpower all but the brightest meteors — making the Moon the hands-down winner in the pre-dawn sky. Tomorrow: Studying magnets among the stars. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Rocky Mount Baptist Church - Sermon Audio
Stick To The Script - 2 Timothy 1:13,14

Rocky Mount Baptist Church - Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 32:27


Everything rises and falls on leadership.

StarDate Podcast
NGC 3319

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 2:14


The astronomers who study black holes have a bit of a problem. They've discovered lots of black holes that are fairly small — up to a few dozen times the mass of the Sun. And they've discovered many others that are jumbo — millions or billions of times the mass of the Sun. But they've discovered few black holes between those sizes. It's like finding a lot of chihuahuas and great Danes, but no terriers. One possible mid-sized black hole is in the galaxy NGC 3319. It's in Ursa Major, the great bear, which dips low across the northern sky on October evenings. The galaxy is about 47 million light-years away — close as galaxies go. That makes it easy to study. Like our home galaxy, the Milky Way, it's a barred spiral. It has a long, skinny bar of stars in the middle, with beautiful spiral arms trailing off the ends of the bar. It's not quite as big as the Milky Way, and it's fairly faint. A few years ago, astronomers reported the discovery of an intermediate-mass black hole in the heart of the galaxy. A study this year said the black hole is about 30,000 to 100,000 times the mass of the Sun. By comparison, the black hole at the center of the Milky Way is more than four million times the Sun's mass. The possible black hole produces a lot of X-rays. The energy probably comes from super-hot gas falling into the black hole. But more astronomers need to confirm the discovery of this busy “terrier” among black holes. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

StarDate Podcast
Moving in Step

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 2:14


Five of the stars of the Big Dipper are kindred spirits. They move through the Milky Way Galaxy together, and they may even share a birthplace. And they have some fellow travelers in other constellations. Together, the stars form the Ursa Major Moving Group. It's a stream of a few dozen stars. The most prominent are five members of Ursa Major, the great bear. They form all but the tip of the handle and the outer edge of the bowl of the Big Dipper, which makes up the bear's body and tail. The stars in the group move through the galaxy in the same direction, and at about the same speed. That suggests they're roughly bound together by their gravitational pull — or they were in the past. And they're all about the same age — a few hundred million years. For stars, that's quite young. The members of the group also have about the same chemical composition. That could mean they were born from the same cloud of gas and dust. But a study a couple of years ago noted that many other stars of the same age have a similar make-up. So while the stars of the Ursa Major Moving Group may be kindred spirits, they may not be actual kin. Look for the Big Dipper low in the northern sky at nightfall this month, roughly parallel to the horizon. Some of the other members of the moving group are in the adjoining constellations Draco, which is above the dipper, and Boötes, to the left of the dipper. We'll have more about Ursa Major tomorrow. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

The Dan Bongino Show
Zuckerbucks, George Soros And The “Movie Script” (Ep 1627)

The Dan Bongino Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 59:15


In this episode I address the role of George Soros in the continued attacks on Donald Trump. I also address the growing Zuckerberg/Facebook election interference scandal.  News Picks: Andrew McCabe gets his pension back, despite his role in numerous scandals. Christopher Steele is back! Biden's Chief of Staff blows it again. Why is Mark Zuckerberg so involved in local elections? Another fake “socialist” actor shows his true colors. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved

You Already Know
You Can't Script This Sh*t

You Already Know

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 137:41


New artists. SNL reviews. Young lady etiquette. Fatal attractions. Rich people. Dave Chappelle. Tani almost dying. Trailer review. Jon Gruden. Fantasy football recap. Blac Chyna. Home Alone remake.    We cover it all this week...and we're in-person :) Time to get lit, Know It Alls!   Disclaimer: You Already Know contains strong language and is for Mature Audiences Only.   a greidiens production

StarDate Podcast
Moon and Jupiter

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 2:14


Jupiter leads the Moon across the sky tonight like a dog on a leash. And it's a dog with a big bite. The planet had a big influence on the formation of the other worlds of the solar system — perhaps even the Moon. Jupiter is heavier than all the other planets and moons in the solar system combined. That gives it a strong gravitational pull. And that's the key to its effect on other worlds. When the solar system was young, Jupiter probably moved closer to the Sun, then back out again. Its gravity may have cleared out much of the planet-making material closer to the Sun. Studies say Jupiter could have pushed many asteroids out of the asteroid belt and stirred up the ones that remained, keeping them from forming a planet. Jupiter also may have cleared out material in the region that was giving birth to Mars. That kept the planet small — about half the size of Earth. And a recent study said that, although it's unlikely, Jupiter could have helped create the Moon. It could have moved toward the Sun fairly quickly, pushing things around in the inner solar system. That could have caused a collision between Earth and another planet — perhaps one as big as the original Earth. The impact destroyed both planets. But the debris might have reassembled to form Earth and the Moon — part of the influence of a giant. Jupiter stands to the upper right of the Moon at nightfall, and looks like a brilliant star. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope
The Evolution of the Common Zombie

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 7:12


This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

StarDate Podcast
Evening Matchups

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 2:14


The early evening sky serves up a couple of nice matchups. One will disappear not long after the sky gets fully dark. But the other will stick around until after midnight. The match-up that vanishes early consists of the planet Venus and the star Antares. Venus is the spectacular “evening star,” so you can't miss it, even though it's low in the sky as darkness falls. Antares — a true star — is to the left of Venus. It's less than one percent as bright as Venus, but its pairing with the bright planet will help it stand out. Venus and Antares will move a little closer together over the next couple of nights. They'll be at their closest on Saturday, when Venus will pass over the top of Antares. After that, Venus will pull away, leaving the heart of the scorpion behind. The other match-up is even easier to find. It's the Moon and the planets Jupiter and Saturn — the giants of the solar system. Jupiter — the Sun's biggest planet — stands to the upper left of the Moon, and is quite bright — only the Moon and Venus outshine it. Saturn is a little farther to the upper right of the Moon. It's not as bright as Jupiter, but still easy to find. All three bodies wheel low across the south during the night, and set after midnight, with Saturn leading the way. The Moon will slide well to the east by tomorrow night, but will still form a nice grouping with the two bright planets. We'll have more about that tomorrow. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

The Bernie Show
Was there some kind of script handed out for this Gruden stuff? - Segment 1 10/13/21

The Bernie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 44:28


Bernie gets a little worked up talking about the reaction to the whole Gruden fallout, and there's a little NFL-STL lawsuit scenario talking in the second half

Jim and Them
I Am Pagliacci - #698 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 99:29


Send Us Sweet Nothings For The 700 Celebration!JAT848 n. Rainbow blvd. Box #4003Las Vegas, NV 89107TikTok Mom: El Paso Mom poses as her daughter to go to Middle School for TikTok clicksSlap A Teacher: Following up the DEVIOUS LICKS we have the Slap A Teacher Challenge where young kids can search for some sweet likes on TikTokPalette Cleansers: A kick ass Uber driver denies a robber, crackhead thinks Ring doorbell is a bomb and another Ring doorbell catches a man quick on the draw. Also Youtuber starts fight, gets worked.KING OF POP!, MICHAEL JACKSON!, THREE KINGS!, SICK FUCKING COUNTRY!, THRILLER!, ROAD TO 700!, PLANS!?, CRAZY TRAIN!, GAYER QUEEN!, BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY!, THE OPERA SONG!, VOICE TEXT!, BITS FROM THE GROUP CHAT JIM!, SLING BLADE!, DOCTOR FELLER!, BILLY BOB THORNTON!, PAGLIACCI THE CLOWN!, DOCTOR, I AM PAGLIACCI!, JOKER!, PO BOX!, SEND US STUFF!, SNACKS!, LOVE LETTER!, SCRIPT!, JEFF IS BROKE!, RUINED!, TIKTOK MOM!, POSES AS DAUGHTER!, MIDDLE SCHOOL!, ATTENTION!, CLICKS!, DIDDLE THE CHILDREN!, LAX SECURITY!, CAUGHT!, PROVE A POINT!, CASEY GARCIA!, WHY I DID IT!, HOODIE!, DRIP!, RAW BUT REAL!, HATERS!, IGNORING HER BABY!, #MAKEACHANGE!, COMPOUND!, WARRANTS!, DOGS!, I AM SPARTACUS!, ARREST YOURSELF!, I'M NOT RESISTING!, SEINFELD!, CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM!, AWKWARD!, EATING RAW GROUND BEEF!, TARTAR!, GOOD!, SALTY!, CASE OPEN!, COLD CASE!, CASE CLOSED!, DEVIOUS LICKS!, SLAP A TEACHER!, TIKTOK CHALLENGE!, MASKS!, WEARING IT WRONG!, UNDER YOUR NOSE!, DISABLED TEACHER ATTACKED!, BEAT UP!, COVINGTON!, WHITE SUPREMACY!, RACISM!, KNOCKOUT CHALLENGE!, ASIAN VIOLENCE!, GO BACK TO YOUR COUNTRY!, LOST IN THE SAUCE!, ASIANS!, MEXICANS!, ROOMMATE!, FIGHT!, TAILGATING!, GIRLS THROUGH TABLES!, BUFFALO BILLS!, TUCK YOUR CHIN!, CONCRETE!, DRUNK!, PARTY!, UBER DRIVER!, ARMED ROBBERY!, DIGITAL WORLD!, CASH!, OWNED!, BEST GUY!, DRIVE OFF!, RING CAMERA!, BOMB!, CRACKHEAD!, GEEK OUT!, SALVIA WINDOW GUY!, GEEKIN'!, AFTERMATH!, SPIRIT WORLD!, CRASHING DOWN!, GUN READY!, HEADSHOT!, QUICK DRAW!, SHOOTOUT!, DOG!, YOUTUBER!, FIGHT!, BEAT UP!, ON LIVE!, FUCKED UP!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope
An Eel Wind that Blows No Good

Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 5:43


This episode will expire in 24 hours! Missed an episode? Pick it back up anytime! Want the back catalog? Become a supporter on Patreon! patreon.com/mercuryradio More info about ARTC And Mercury at artc.org/mercury  Follow us on Twitter @mercury870 Script available at http://mercuryradio.libsyn.com

StarDate Podcast
Moon and Saturn

StarDate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 2:14


The Moon probably formed after Earth got a big whack. A body as big as Mars slammed into our planet, blasting molten rock and other debris into space. Much of this material then came together to form the Moon. Many other bodies in the solar system have suffered big whacks of their own. Three likely examples are found among the more than 80 known moons of Saturn, which is close to the upper left of the Moon this evening and looks like a bright star. Tethys is about 660 miles across. Its major feature is Odysseus Crater, which is more than a third of the diameter of the moon itself. The impact that gouged it was so powerful that it would have shattered a solid body. That suggests that Tethys was still partially molten when it got hit. That provided enough “cushion” to keep Tethys from flying apart. Mimas is smaller than Tethys, but it has a crater of about the same proportions. Known as Herschel, it's fresher and deeper than Odysseus. It makes the little moon look like a Star Wars death star. Finally, Dione appears to have been spun halfway around its axis. It has more craters on its trailing hemisphere than on its leading hemisphere — just the opposite of what you'd expect. A possible explanation is that a good-sized impact spun it around. But it seems odd that Dione would have been turned precisely 180 degrees. So scientists are still looking into the history of this little moon that might have gotten a big whack. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

Actor Aesthetic
Performing in a Post-Pandemic World with Trevor James Berger (West Side Story Japan, Prodigal Son FOX)

Actor Aesthetic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 46:16


Trevor James Berger is a bi-coastal actor out of Los Angeles and New York. He earned his BFA in Musical Theatre from Texas State University, graduating in 2018, and has since appeared on stage and screen across the globe. He starred as Tony in the international production of West Side Story (2019) in Tokyo, Japan at the brand new, innovative IHI Stage Around Tokyo — which features a 360-degree stage that surrounds a 1,400-seat audience section that rotates on a turntable to follow the action. Other favorite theatrical credits include Jack Kelly in Newsies (RMTC), Franklin Shepard in Merrily We Roll Along (4Leaf), and Joey, Frankie Valli u/s and vocal double in Jersey Boys (Stages St. Louis). Trevor has also appeared on screen as Leonard in the season 1 finale of Prodigal Son FOX, and will be appearing in 2022 in the AppleTV+ limited series, WeCrashed, starring and executive produced by Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto. Trevor made his writing debut with his short film, The God Can, currently out on the festival circuit, appearing in festivals such as the Los Angeles Television, Script, and Film Festival, the California International Shorts Festival, Salty Earth Film Festival, and the Marina Del Rey Film Festival. IG: Trevorberger13 , Trevorjamesberger.com In this episode, Trevor and host Maggie Bera chat about agents, auditions, senior showcase, getting back into the swing of things post-pandemic and how actors with a strong theatrical background can pursue a career in TV/Film. To join the Actor Aesthetic Alliance Facebook group, click here. Spread love and don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to the Actor Aesthetic Podcast on your favorite podcast app. Visit actoraesthetic.com for more info. Follow Maggie Bera on social media Instagram: @actoraesthetic / @maggiebera Facebook: www.facebook.com/ActorAesthetic/ Email: maggie@actoraesthetic.com

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
WWE Raw 10/11/21 Review: Monday Night Raw Legit Makes Me Hate Being A Pro Wrestling Fan | Queens Crown Even Worse On Raw | Crown Jewel Go Home Show

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 111:42


WWE Raw 10/11/21 full show review, results, and highlights with  @JDfromNY206  on Off The Script. The WWE has already ruined the Queens Crown Tournament but how much worse can it get on Raw? Big E confronts Drew McIntyre before Crown Jewel, and Sasha Banks comes over from SmackDown to team with Bianca Belair to take on Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch.  WWE Raw 10/11/21 Results:

StarDate Podcast

A spacecraft scheduled for launch as early as this week is designed to study two clumps of asteroids that have been trapped since the solar system was young. Its observations could provide new details on how the planets were born. It might also tell us about the origin of Earth's organic compounds — the chemical building blocks of life. The main targets for Lucy are Trojan asteroids. These chunks of ice and rock share the orbit of Jupiter, but they're nowhere near the giant planet. One clump is 60 degrees ahead of Jupiter, the other 60 degrees behind. They're held in place by the gravity of Jupiter and the Sun. And there could be millions of them. Trojans probably are “leftovers” from the birth of the solar system. They contain the same materials that were incorporated into the planets, so studying them should tell scientists more about how the planets formed. In addition, many Trojans contain organic compounds. Similar compounds could have been incorporated into the young Earth, so the Trojans could tell us more about the development of life on our planet — and the possibility of life on other worlds of the solar system. Lucy is scheduled to fly past one asteroid in the asteroid belt, between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. It'll reach one group of Trojans in 2027, and eventually swing by five of its members. It'll then skip past Earth, using our planet's gravity to reach the other clump in 2033. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
What If...? Q&A - A.C. Bradley - Bryan Andrews

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021


Host Jeff Goldsmith interviews head writer A.C. Bradley and director Bryan Andrews about What If..? Download my podcast hereCopyright © Unlikely Films, Inc. 2021. All rights reserved. For more great content check out Backstory Magazine!

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
Off The Script 284: The Major Roman Reigns Post WWE Draft Problem That Nobody Seems To Give AAbout & One That WWE Should Be VERY Concerned With

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 145:40


I find it funny how everyone fakes excitement about the post WWE Draft rosters, and NOBODY seems to care about the one major problem right now staring everyone right in the face. Who is the next in line for Roman Reigns? As far as I am concerned, there isn't anyone, and this serves to be a major problem, otherwise WWE will commit the biggest creative failure since breaking The Undertaker's Wrestlemania Streak, possibly in the history of the company.  Also on this episode of Off The Script 394 with  @JDfromNY206  

Off The Script w/JDfromNY
WWE SmackDown & AEW Rampage 10/8/21 Review: WWE Already Destroys The Queens Crown Tournament With TERRIBLE Creative | CM Punk‘s Best Match TO DATE In AEW Against Daniel Garcia

Off The Script w/JDfromNY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 133:36


WWE Smackdown & AEW Rampage 10/8/21 review, results, and highlights with  @JDfromNY206  on Off The Script. The King Of The Ring & Queens Crown Tournament starts tonight on SmackDown. Also, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair sign their contract for Crown Jewel. On AEW Rampage, Brian Cage battles Ricky Starks for the FTW Championship, CM Punk vs Daniel Garcia and The Lucha Brothers defend the AEW Tag Team Championships against The Acclaimed.  WWE SmackDown October 8th, 2021 Results: