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The Football Ramble
The Rosetta Stone of Football Podcasting

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 43:11


Marcus, Vish and Andy are now looking for a membership to Sexy Graham Potter's colony of high-flying Seagulls. All assistance is welcome.We look over their confident display against Chelsea and Fulham's continued destruction of the Championship. There's also a Ghanaian collapse at the AFCON and it's a fresh start for Fizzer Neville as Inter Miami kick off their pre-season with a spring clean. Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Manchester Football Social
Brighton's Potter linked to Everton job, Chelsea clean up at FIFA awards and Christian Eriksen to Brentford?

Manchester Football Social

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 52:54


Brighton play Chelsea tonight in the Premier League and once again Seagulls coach Graham Potter has been linked with a move elsewhere - this time to the vacant Everton job. (Part 2, 17:10) The FIFA awards for 2021 took place last night, with several Premier League players named in the team of the year and Chelsea's Thomas Tuchel winning the men's coach award. (Part 3, 29:35) The latest transfer rumours, including a potential move to Brentford for Christian Eriksen and an interesting Newcastle link to Eden Hazard. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Conrad
Best Apocalypse Ever with James True

Conrad

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 95:42


Aloha friends and welcome to EPISODE 109  of Conrad  where I interviewed James True who is an Author, Podcast Host, and Hermetic deep-diver into all topics here on Dojo Earth.CLICK ON These Links to Find:www.jtrue.com@jarue369 (Twitter)Best Apocalypse Ever (BOOK)During this episode we dig into: Web 3.0, Currency, DAO, Iroquois Confederacy, Sovereignty, IRS, The purpose of America, Seagulls and Eagles, Slavery, Natural Law, Hermetics, I AM, Reincarnation, Virtue Economy, Fashion, Best Apocalypse Ever, Wars, Mandates, Victimhood, Hypothetical Morality, Reset Events, Two Towers, New York City, Bureaucracy, White Wizardry, MetaVerse, Computers, Consciousness, Mentalism, Vibration, Triangle, Amnesia, Salt, Omniscience, Bones and Graveyards, Psych Wards, Ectoplasm, Resonance, Tonga Tsunami, Esoteric Myths, Fractals, A Deep Dive into EGO and so much MORE.Personal Links @conradg315 (Instagram)@powerofnow888 (Instagram)@conradg315 (Twitter)Interactive EpisodeLucid Sacred DreamsEMAIL: ConradPodcast@gmail.comAlso, here are links to some recent interviews where I was the guest on other podcasts:Pineal Podcast InterviewYoutube Interview with Homewrecker PodcastYoutube Interview with Kara MosherYoutube Interview with Sebastian HidalgoLet's Be Friends -  SpotifyLet's Be Friends -  YoutubeThe Spiritual Nomad Youtube interviewIntro/Outro music is a lifetime licensed product for the Conrad Podcast from soundstripe.com and is called “Prepare Yourself” by Moments.

Together: A Brighton & Hove Albion Podcast
Episode 158: Albion On Albion Violence

Together: A Brighton & Hove Albion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 65:56


The magic of the FA Cup was in full effect this weekend with some fun results for non league teams, while an empty Hawthorns saw an the Albions go to war and the Seagulls come out on top! We discuss the weekend, transfers so far and Palace on Friday!

Albion Unlimited
Season 5 Episode 14: Albion Fanzine "Dogma" & FA Cup historian Phil Annets

Albion Unlimited

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 56:43


We talk to Parker & James about their new Albion Fanzine "Dogma", and FA Cup Factfile compiler & author Phil Annets ahead of Seagulls' trip to West Brom

JOHN16AND12.COM
Segol - Seagull the sign of be GOD's treasure

JOHN16AND12.COM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 13:11


Read a Pastor saw angels when he praid yesterday nad it confirmed me that those "segulls" I saw in the sky in February 2021 have coming down as my visitor said they should. I knew the segul I saw was angels and my guest said it was souls and that is the same as angels is souls on a mission. There is some different angels but those who am white and a little shining is souls on a mission.

NEVER MIND THE BULLENS
NEVER MIND THE BULLENS - EPISODE 80 - ALL AT SEA(GULLS)

NEVER MIND THE BULLENS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 20:53


@djmikepeters comes off his long run after another dreadful performance at home to Brighton. #EFC #EVERTON #EVERTONIANS #COYB #UTFT #FOOTBALL #PREMIERLEAGUE #EPL #PL #SOCCER #BENITEZ #MOSHIRI #DIGNE #MYKOLENKO #EVEBHA --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nmtb/message

John16and12.com
Segol - Seagull

John16and12.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 13:11


Read a Pastor saw angels when he praid yesterday nad it confirmed me that those "segulls" I saw in the sky in February 2021 have coming down as my visitor said they should. I knew the segul I saw was angels and my guest said it was souls and that is the same as angels is souls on a mission. There is some different angels but those who am white and a little shining is souls on a mission.

American Toffee Podcast
BRIGHTON POST-MATCH: Seagulls Feast At Goodison

American Toffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 61:27


It's finally match day for Everton and the ATP is back to capture all the highs and lows in the 3-2 loss at home to Brighton. It was definitely a story of two halves as Alex, James, and Ryan walk through the bizarre lineups and tactical setups that resulted in early domination for the visitors and their first victory in Goodison in their history. Inevitably, the spotlight falls on Rafael Benitez and the ATP power trio decomposes everything from the continued drama of the Lucas Digne saga to the post-match comments on Rondon and the Goodison boo-birds. While they did their best to be too objective, the ATP in this episode did not lack things to say about the performance and the manager.  SOCIAL MEDIA & DISCORD LINKS Production: James Boyman Intro: Steve Barkwill Outro: Kenboib Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MFM SPEAKS OUT
EP 34: MFM Salutes 2021

MFM SPEAKS OUT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 71:48


" You inspire us to work hard to improve the service we do for the music community." Episode Summary:In this episode of MFM Speaks Out, Dawoud Kringle offers a summary of our progress as a podcast and of MFM as a whole during the year 2021, and shares music from our guests. Episode Notes:In this episode of MFM Speaks Out, Dawoud Kringle offers a summary of the work he, Adam Reifsteck, and Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi did on the podcast, our progress of the MFM Speaks Out podcast.The guests mentioned, and/or whose music was included, include Chris Reza, Geraldine Anello, Anne Wichmann, Flaviyake (a.k.a. Duck the Bass), Roger Blanc, Royal Bayyan, Alina Bloomgarden, Jeffery Green, Michael Harrison, Axel Mueller, Sal Cataldi / Spaghetti Eastern, Peter Wetzler, Eleni Lomvardou, Christopher North, Richard Miller, Stephen Johnson, Banning Eyre, and Barry Heyman Esq.The Music Is Essential webinar series, the MFM Hudson Valley Chapter, and the progress and accomplishments of MFM as a whole during the year 2021 were also discussed. Topics Discussed:Adam Reifsteck's contributions to the podcast, Chris Reza's webinar and interview, Adam's interviews with Reza, Geraldine Anello, Anne Wichmann, Axel Mueller, Flaviyake (a.k.a. Duck the Bass), and Roger Blanc. Dawoud Kringle's interviews with Royal Bayyan, Alina Bloomgarden, Michael Harrison, Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi, "Dave," and Jeffrey Green. Some of the stats of the podcast were shared. Additionally, MFM's progress with its finances, membership drive, Music Is Essential webinar series, and a report on the MFM Hudson Valley Chapter. Music on this Episode:"Why Have You Abandoned Me?" by Adam Reifsteck"Intermission" by Chris Reza"Wallflower" by Geraldine Anello"My Death (is a Nice Guy) by Anne Wichmann aka She's Excited"Mudflat Mood" by Axel Mueller"You Found My G" by Flaviyake"Mood Swing for Jazz Quartet" by Roger Blanc"Corona Blues" by Royal Bayyan"Hayy: Revealing the Tones" by Michael Harrison"Rift Raft" by Jeffrey Green and Griffin Green"Enough Is Enough" by SoSaLa feat. Dr. Cornel West"Claude and Aaron" by Peter Wetzler"Sawdust and Seagulls" by Sal Cataldi / Spaghetti Eastern"Powah" by DJ Celt Islam feat. Dawoud"I See That We Meet Again" by Dawoud

Freedom Sounds Radio
Happy New Year From Freedom Sounds Radio!!!

Freedom Sounds Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022


 Last session of 2021 in the studio with DJ Harnetrixx! (Mizzzzzz)Walking - Burning SpearWishing - Flock of SeagullsRam Jam - Jackie MittooBe Thankful - William DeVaughnOogum Boogum Song - Brenton WoodGrandfather Clock - AceyaloneRuthie's Heart - Music Inc.Love - Seven and Seven IsConquering Lion Version -You/Tubby'sI'm Gone - Shirley and LeeLately - Massive AttackDances Are Changing Version - RevolutionairiesLet's Go It's Summertime/Trespasser - Bad MedicineLove My Way - Psychedelic Furs(Suzanne Ciani vs. Carla Bley)  KFSR HARNETRIX DEC 2021

Boardgame Mechanics
Episode 199: Our Top 100 Games of All Time (10-1) or I Think We Are Going to Need a Bigger Big Box

Boardgame Mechanics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 76:06


Episode 199 - Top 100 Games of All Time (10-1)  Introduction:  News/Crowdfunding:  Flock of Seagulls - 6 days, $21 The Big Shuffle - 8 days, $35 The Book of Lost Things - 11 days, $79 Games Played:  Lords of Vegas  Bang! The Dice Game   Top 100 Games of All Time (10-1):   Jason 10: Tekhenu: Obelisk of the Sun Katie 10: The Voyages of Marco Polo Jason 9: Tzolk'in: The Mayan Calendar Katie 9: Pret-a-Porter Jason 8: Lisboa Katie 8: Council of Four Jason 7: Lorenzo Il Magnifico Katie 7: Shakespeare Jason 6: Viticulture Essential Edition Katie 6: London Jason 5: Merlin Katie 5: Newton Jason 4: The Gallerist Katie 4: Merlin  Jason 3: The Voyages of Marco Polo Katie 3: Obsession Jason 2: Bonfire Katie 2: Grand Austria Hotel Jason 1: Grand Austria Hotel Katie 1: Coimbra  Closing:  

Big Fish Little Fish... Cardboard Box

**Tracklist** * NINA - Heart of Glass (Blondie Dream Pop Cover) * Katy Perry - ROAR (1983 Version) * Major Lazer & DJ Snake feat. MØ - Lean On (Highway Superstar 80's Synthwave Remix) * Midnight Lovers - Message In A Bottle (feat. Dream Shore) * Man Without Country - Sweet Harmony (The Beloved Cover) * Scandroid - Shout (Tears for Fears cover) * Chromatics - Running up That Hill * Trevor Something - Enjoy The Silence * Kiesza - hideaway (Mitch Murder remix) * GUNSHIP - Time After Time * Johnny Cash - Hurt (Retrowave Synthwave cover) * Journey - Separate Ways (Mahoney Synthwave remix) * GUNSHIP - Eleanor Rigby * CHVRCHES - Cry Little Sister * Moonrunner83 - Born Slippy (feat. Megan McDuffee) * Maxthor - I Ran (A Flock of Seagulls cover)

Kıraathane
Yayıncı Portresi: Seagull Books

Kıraathane

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 21:40


Naveen Kishore tarafından 1982'de Hindistan'da, 2005'te Britanya'da kurulan Seagull Books dünya edebiyatından eserlerin İngilizce çevirilerinin yanı sıra, kültürel araştırmalar, sanat, sinema, performans ve kurmaca dışı diğer kitaplar yayımlarken tasarıma ve kitapların üretim kalitesine de özel bir önem veriyor. Seagull Books'un şenliğimize katılması ve İstanbul'dan Delhi'ye uzanıp, Naveen Kishore ile, yayınevini tanımaya yönelik çevrimiçi bir söyleşi imkânı bulmuş olmak bizim için çok kıymetli.Podcast dili İngilizcedir, buluşmanın Türkçe altyazılı video kaydını ise YouTube kanalımızda izleyebilirsiniz.

WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast
BWCA Trout Opener 2022 DNR CO Kylan Hill

WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 12:43


The ice fishing season for trout on inland lakes located entirely within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness opens Saturday, Jan. 1. Stream trout and lake trout can be caught by anglers willing to brave the cold temperatures expected this weekend in the BWCA. The high temperature for the Mid-Gunflint Trail area on the opening day of the trout season is below zero. Overnight lows on New Year's Eve and Saturday night are expected to be in the high teens below zero or 20-below zero, possibly colder. Wind chill values will make these temperatures feel even colder. Lake trout will be a primary target for many anglers this weekend, though some lakes in the BWCA do hold other species of trout as well. Stream trout are defined as splake, brook, brown and rainbow trout. The possession limit remains unchanged, at five, with not more than three fish longer than 16 inches. The possession limit for lake trout is two. Examples of lakes that open for trout fishing this weekend on the eastern side of the BWCA include Daniels, Ram and Topper. Lakes that are partially inside the BWCA do not open to trout fishing this weekend. Examples of lakes that are not open to trout fishing on Jan. 1 include Clearwater, Seagull and Meditation. WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast host Joe Friedrichs spoke with Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Conversation Officer Kylan Hill about the upcoming trout opener in the BWCA.

Fail Harder
S4 Ep5: Agnes O'Casey

Fail Harder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 52:02


Emma Jane Purcell chats to people at the top of their game about failure - from their first memory of failure to how they cope with it now. After recently graduating from drama school, Aggi has already made her TV debut in the BBC drama Ridley Road, where she plays the leading role of Vivien Epstein. She has also worked with Druid, playing the role of Nina in The Seagull, directed by Garry Hynes and is currently filming the lead role of Maud in the feature film Uncle Silas. Aggi is the great-granddaughter of dramatist Sean O'Casey. But Aggi is not here to talk about success - she's here to talk about failure. Follow Emma Jane on: Instagram @emmajanepurcell Twitter @emmajanepurcell Music: Leah Moore Art: Shane Kelleher

Relatively
36 | Bobby Seagull & Davey Jose

Relatively

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 32:56


TV quizzer Bobby Seagull and his polymath big brother Davey Jose (artist, tech analyst, mathematician) grew up in a council house in East London, where "using your mind" was valued above all else. 2 of 4 boys, the pair have been close from the start, inheriting their bouncy positivity from their parents. An accident as a toddler meant Davey went to special school until fate stepped in and he had the chance to go to mainstream school like Bobby. Sibling rivalry spurred both boys on to academic success: Bobby went to Eton on a full scholarship and then to Oxford to do Maths. He would have gone to Cambridge like Davey, but they argued over their beloved rival football teams and the rest is history! See Davey's recently exhibited art work here: See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales
Ep179 - Michael Zegen: The Marvelous Mrs. Miasel, Trouble in Mind, Rescue Me

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 46:26


Michael Zegen is an actor who may be most well known for his various roles on TV, including Joel Maisel, on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Damien Keefe, on Rescue Me, in addition to various recurring roles on Boardwalk Empire, The Walking Dead, How To Make It In America, and Girls. Michael made his Broadway debut in Ivo Van Hove's Tony Award winning A View From The Bridge starring opposite Mark Strong in 2015. Other theatre credits include creating the role of Liam in Bad Jews off-Broadway, and Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, and The Spoils, both with The New Group. His film credits include The Seagull, Frances Ha, Brooklyn, Adventureland, and Taking Woodstock. You can currently catch Michael back on the Broadway stage in the breakout play Trouble In Mind.  Michael chats about his newest role as Al Manners in Trouble In Mind, calling the production bittersweet as Alice Childress (the black female playwright) was never able to see her dream of having a play on Broadway come to fruition while she was alive. He opens up about what he finds so satisfying about performing on stage, but why ultimately he's not particular about the medium (film, TV, theatre), as long as he's doing good work with great people. Michael also shares some of his first impressions from the early days of filming The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and what's it's been like to witness the show get bigger and bigger every year.  In this episode, we talk about:  The history behind Trouble In Mind  One of his first gigs being on The Letterman Show  An early crash course in learning about getting an agent  What he does in his very spare downtime  Goals and aspirations for his writing  Connect with Michael: IG @michaelzegen Twitter: @zegenmichael Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at feedback@thetheatrepodcast.com. I want to know what you think. Thank you to our friends Jukebox The Ghost for our intro and outro music. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @jukeboxtheghost or via the web via jukeboxtheghost.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bob Saget's Here For You
Danny Burstein | Bob Saget's Here For You

Bob Saget's Here For You

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 106:48


As I'm writing these notes for the podcast, many Broadway shows are not able to come back right now because of the increasing Covid numbers. This podcast was recorded just a couple days ago before "Moulin Rouge!" had to shut down on Thursday and Friday, due to Covid found in the company… Here's to hoping they're back safely by the time you're reading this. The 10-time Tony winning "Moulin Rouge!" stars my guest today – Recent winner of the Tony this past year for his performance as Harold Zidler in "Moulin Rouge!", Danny Burstein. Danny is an amazing human being, in literally every sense of the word. And he just also happens to be one of the best actors you could ever dream of seeing on a Broadway stage. Or anywhere. Danny Burstein has starred in 18 Broadway plays, receiving Tony nominations for "The Drowsy Chaperone" (2006), "South Pacific" (2008), "Follies" (2012), "Golden Boy" (2013), "Cabaret" (2014), and "Fiddler on the Roof" (2016). Burstein has also won two Drama Desk Awards, four Outer Critics Circle Awards, and received three Grammy Award nominations. Burstein's performance in "Moulin Rouge!" also earned him the 2020 Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance. His other Broadway credits include "The Seagull" (1992), "Saint Joan" (1993), and "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown" (2010). He has also acted in many prominent television shows and movies. I had the great privilege of meeting Danny when I was chosen as the actor to close the part of ‘Man In Chair,' following in the footsteps of the brilliant Bob Martin, amongst other gifted actors. Being on stage at the Marquis Theatre on Broadway, standing next to Danny - and the rest of the amazing cast - was a gift beyond gifts as an actor. I was intimidated by Danny because he was so damn good. And of course this was the part where he played a Latin lover narcissist, Adolfo, a part for which he was nominated for a Tony. it was one of the funniest characters I had ever seen. Danny has overcome so many things— and many of them recent. We discuss all of them in this wonderful conversation with one of my dearest friends. We speak of the loss of his wife to ALS, the amazing musical star, Rebecca Luker. We talk of how Danny had to walk himself to the hospital in March 2020 on the verge of death from Covid—and his journey before and since then both personal and professional. If you'd like to hear a very special open conversation between friends —who love each other —and also get to hear from one of the greatest and most highly respected actors on Broadway, this episode will truly resonate with you. Get 20% off your first order at Mackweldon.com/BOB Promo Code: BOB Listen to Bob Saget's Here For You now: ​https://bit.ly/BobSagetsHereForYouPod Listen Anywhere! Apple Podcasts: ​https://bit.ly/BobSagetsHereForYouApple Spotify: ​https://bit.ly/BobSagetsHereForYouSpotify Stitcher: ​https://bit.ly/BobSagetsHereForYouStitcher Google: ​https://bit.ly/BobSagetsHereForYouGoogle Follow Danny Burstein: Playbill: https://playbill.com/person/danny-burstein-vault-0000056534 Facebook: https://facebook.com/danny.burstein Instagram: https://instagram.com/dannybur/?hl=en Follo​w Bob Saget: Official Website: ​https://bobsaget.com Facebook: ​https://facebook.com/bobsaget Instagram: ​https://instagram.com/bobsaget Twitter: ​https://twitter.com/bobsaget Snapchat: ​https://snapchat.com/add/bobsterclaw TikTok: ​https://tiktok.com/@bobsaget About the Podcast: BOB SAGET'S HERE FOR YOU is a podcast that is like no other— Because it goes inside Bob's Saget's mind, and then quickly filters out through his mouth. Bob has a way of calming people with genuine empathy and humor while they're going through a difficult time, which we all are at present. Reaching his unusually diverse audience that he talks to as a friend, Bob is the dad with great advice, the irreverent funny guy who's always there when you need a laugh, and the free-associative Bob who goes off on crazy tangents then returns to the subject at hand, as serious or as comedic as it may be, to wrap up each episode in a way only Bob can do. Because he really does believe, “He's here for you." #BobSaget #HereForYou #Podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me
Christmas | December 20-26 - Episode 52

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 34:16


Lesson 52—December 19 “The Matchless Gift of God's Divine Son” #DoctrineandCovenants #comefollowme #comefollowme2021 #realtalkcomefollowme  Today's episode is a special one. Not only is it the Christmas episode of Real Talk, it's the episode in which our hosts make a surprising announcement. Please tune in! You won't want to miss it.   Invitation: Pray and seek to find our Heavenly Parents and the Savior in the Old Testament.  Links to Sweet Salt outfits/Seagull Book jewelry: Princess Line Dress https://www.sweetsaltclothing.com/dress-princess-line-houndstooth.html  Let God Prevail Gold Rectangle Necklace https://www.seagullbook.com/let-god-prevail-necklace,html  Link to Come Follow Me Through the Old Testament: Are you ready for the Old Testament? Buy Scott's new book at Seagull by following this link! https://www.seagullbook.com/come-follow-me-through-the-old-testament.html 

Beyond Blathers
Seagull with Suzy Buttress

Beyond Blathers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 55:19


This week we're joined by Suzy Buttress of the amazing Casual Birder podcast to talk all about Gulliver, gulls, and birding in general! Tune in to learn lots and get inspired, and for lots of fun facts and birding tips and tricks. Make sure to check out Suzy's podcast, The Casual Birder and follow her on Twitter and Instagram for lots more birding content! You can find the episode Suzy recorded in a garden in Mexico here. If you'd like to support the show, please check out our merch store over on Etsy where we sell stickers, postcards, and hand-made needle-felted ornaments. Thanks again to everyone who supported our shop during our holiday sale — we really appreciate it! Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a rating and review. To stay up to date and see our weekly episode illustrations, make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter. Beyond Blathers is hosted and produced by Olivia deBourcier and Sofia Osborne, with art by Olivia deBourcier and music by Max Hoosier. This podcast is not associated with Animal Crossing or Nintendo, we just love this game.

STAGES with Peter Eyers
'Ten Miles From Bergamo' - Celebrated Actor and Co-Creator of The Wharf Revue, Drew Forsythe

STAGES with Peter Eyers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 83:38


Drew Forsythe first appeared on stage in Sydney over 40 years ago. He grew up in far north Queensland and his prolific career on film, stage, and television has seen him become one of our favourite actors; equally adept in dramatic, comic and musical roles.A graduate of NIDA, he spent several years performing with the Old Tote Theatre company and the exciting new Nimrod theatre company, in a variety of roles that included The Seagull, Much Ado About Nothing, Richard 3, Twelfth Night, The Club, Comedy of Errors, Gone with Hardy, Romeo & Juliet, Henry 4, The Life of Galileo, The Three Sisters, The Bacchoi, Are you now or have you ever been? and Servant of Two Masters.Among his legendary performances, the title roles of the heroic Tonino and the foolish Zanetto in the Nick Enright/Terence Clarke musical, The Venetian Twins, are always recalled in awe. The show was written for Forsythe. He originated these dual roles for Nimrod Theatre Company in the first Sydney Theatre Company season in 1979, and subsequently in two revivals.Other stage musical appearances include Big River, Strictly Ballroom, The Republic of Myopia, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas H.M.S. Pinafore and The Mikado. Drama credits include Mrs. Warren's Profession and Under Milkwood for the Sydney Theatre Company.He can lay claim to the unique position of being in the company of productions as they have opened new theatre venues. These include the Drama Theatre at the Sydney Opera House, Nimrod, Belvoir, and the Sydney Theatre (the Roz Packer).For the film Caddie, Forsythe received the 1976 Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. His television appearances include The Miraculous Mellops, The Dingo Principle, and Three Men and a Baby Grand, satirical sketch television comedy programs for which he was a writer/performer with Phillip Scott and Jonathan Biggins. The 'Three Men' team started in revue at the Tilbury Hotel, and much of the thematic material from these revues has been revisited and developed in the Sydney Theatre Company's 'Wharf Revue' series.He is presently performing in the Sydney season of the Wharf Revue, now playing at The Seymour Centre. The show is the perfect tonic to the tumultuous year in politics, and delivers the laugh we all need. Drew is erudite, engaging and possessed of a brilliant career in Australian theatre. At long last we can add Drew Forsythe to the absorbing alumni on STAGES.The STAGES podcast is available from Apple podcasts, Spotify and Whooshkaa. Also where you find your favourite podcasts. www.stagespodcast.com.au

The Screenwriting Life with Meg LeFauve and Lorien McKenna
70 | Stephen Karam On Crafting Authenticity In Our Writing

The Screenwriting Life with Meg LeFauve and Lorien McKenna

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 61:15


Stephen Karam is the Tony Award-winning author of The Humans, Sons of the Prophet and Speech & Debate. For his work he's received two Drama Critics Circle Awards, an OBIE Award and is a two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist. Stephen recently directed his first feature film, a rethought version of The Humans for A24 films, to be released in 2021. He wrote a film adaptation of Chekhov's The Seagull starring Annette Bening, which was released by Sony Picture Classics. His adaptation of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard premiered on Broadway as part of Roundabout's 2016 season. Recent honors include the inaugural Horton Foote Playwriting Award, the inaugural Sam Norkin Drama Desk Award, two Outer Critics Circle Awards, a Lucille Lortel Award, Drama League Award, and Hull-Warriner Award. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thescreenwritinglife/support

The So Free Art Podcast
193 • CROP CIRCLES

The So Free Art Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 29:33


This 'About The Tings' episode is a Walk and Talk about Crop Circles :) It was too cold for co-host lilDENNiS today, but some of the topics on this one include: Fake vs Real Crop Circles, Other Dimensions, The Shapes of Seagulls, Ancient Structures, Recent UFO Sighting, Frequencies and Water, and there's a bit of Singing! Hope you enjoy.

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me
The Family: A Proclamation to the World | December 13-19 - Episode 51

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 22:24


“The Family: A Proclamation” is Not a ClubHeavenly MotherEqual PartnersThe Family: A Proclamation to the World | December 13-19Lesson 51—December 12“The Family Is Central to the Creator's Plan”#DoctrineandCovenants #comefollowme #comefollowme2021 #realtalkcomefollowmeWhat assumptions do you make when it comes to "The Family: A Proclamation to the World"? Do you assume it says everything there is to know about family? Or that it's an all-or-nothing list?Ganel-Lyn and Scott dissect parts of the Proclamation in today's episode. They talk about stewardships, having family discussions, and sharing the set of responsibilities that come with being a parent. It's a hopeful, enlightening discussion you won't want to miss!Invitation: Assess where your family is. Take time to discuss what you're doing well and where you may need to improve.Link to Seagull Book jewelry:Let God Prevail Gold Rectangle Necklacehttps://www.seagullbook.com/let-god-prevail-necklace,htmlLink to Come Follow Me Through the Old Testament:Are you ready for the Old Testament? Buy Scott's new book at Seagull by following this link!https://www.seagullbook.com/come-follow-me-through-the-old-testament.html 

102nd Intelligence Wing
102nd Intelligence Wing The Seagull - Ep 006 - December 2021

102nd Intelligence Wing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021


This month we hear from Col. Sean Riley, 102 IW Commander, for this month's Command Message as he provides a review of the past year. Last month, we hosted a group of information technology students from Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, who got to tour several of the facilities and learn how the 102nd Intelligence Wing uses IT in a variety of career paths. Also this month we get a little knowledge about water and fuels system maintenance in our AFSC spotlight, on 5 Questions we learn about the wing Equal Opportunity office. We have a cool interview between a father and son duo who are both assigned in the wing, and of course, it wouldn't be a Seagull without a teaser from this month's Chevrons podcast. Thank you for joining us on this episode of the 102nd Intelligence Wing's flagship podcast! The Seagull is a monthly program that is published on the second Friday of each month. Keep listening for the latest and greatest from Otis Air National Guard Base, Massachusetts!

Ian McKenzie's Blues Podcasts
Episode 464: ACOUSTIC BLUES CLUB #464, DECEMBER 08, 2021

Ian McKenzie's Blues Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 58:59


    | Artist  | Title  | Album Name  | Album Copyright | Corey Harris  | Mama Africa.mp3  | Insurrection Blues  |  | Marcia Ball  | Christmas Fais Do Do  | Alligator Records Christmas Collections Greetings  |  | John Hammond  | Guitar King  | Solo  |  | Muddy Gurdy  | Strange Fruit  | Homecoming  | Chantilly Negra | Joe Bonamassa  | Seagull  | Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House  |  | Leroy Carr  | Christmas In Jail. Ain't That A Pain  | Rockin' Blues Christmas  |  | Joordan Mackay & Joordan Mackay, Juki Välipakka, Sirpa Suomalai  | I Have Tried  | One Fell Swoop  |  | Lightnin' Hopkins  | Freight Train Blues  | Blues Master Works: Lightnin' Hopkins  |  | Butterbeans And Susie  | Papa Ain't No Santa Claus, Mama Ain't No Christmas Tree  | Papa Ain't No Santa Claus, Mama Ain't No Christmas Tree  |  | Kyla Brox  | Too Toung To Care  | Kyla Brox .. Live At Last (Acoustic)  |  | Charles Brown  | Merry Christmas Baby  | Papa Ain't No Santa Claus, Mama Ain't No Christmas Tree  |  | Mississippi Fred McDowell & Annie Mae McDowell  | Waiting For My Baby  | My Home Is In The Delta  |  | Blind Blake  | Blake's Worried Blues  | All The Recorded Sides  |  | New Mayfair Orchestra  | Savoy Christmas Medley  | Big Band Swing Christmas  |  | Doc Watson and Gaither Carlton  | Double File  | Doc Watson and Gaither Carlton  | Smithsonian Folkways | Blind Blake  | Skeedle Loo Doo Blues   | All The Recorded Sides  | 

The Class on Grass Podcast
FRED GOES CRAZY!! -- SEAGULLS VS SAINTS! (S3:E13)

The Class on Grass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:10


The COG Podcast ... Your weekly outlet for what happens in football. Thanks for Watching or Listening! Website: www.classongrassmedia.com Links to Socials: Instagram: www.instagram.com/classongrassmedia/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/C_O_G_Media TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@classongrasspodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classongrass/message

Albion Unlimited
Season 5 Episode 13: Kieran Maguire, Stuart Mathews, & Tin Town

Albion Unlimited

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 56:44


Football finance expert and Seagulls fan Kieran Maguire discusses the recommendations in the Crouch report, Stuart Mathews from Proud Seagulls joins the podcast, and we play out with the Christmas song from local band Tin Town.

We Are West Ham Podcast
162: All hail King Arthur the Chelsea slayer. Long live the King.

We Are West Ham Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 149:33


West Ham United's dream season just keeps going as the Hammers beat Chelsea 3-2 at the London Stadium They also made it nine games without a victory against Brighton since the last podcast but we won't talk about that. Actually Will Pugh and James Jones do talk about both of those games and much more in this bumper episode of the pod. The lads hail King Arthur Masuaku and his goal against the Blues, rue that ridiculous record against the Seagulls make their Betway charity bet selections and then look forward to the next two games this week. They start with Thursday's dead rubber Europa League game against Dinamo Zagreb at London Stadium before Joe from the Turfcast dials in to chat about Sunday's visit to Turf Moor in the Premier League. The boys finish up with a look ahead to West Ham Women's trip to Everton on Sunday before some final thoughts and saying goodbye for another week. And there is also some bonus content ahead of the Burnley game right at the end. You can follow the podcast here:   Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. And you can support the podcast or buy the lads a beer HERE at buymeacoffee/com/wearewestham.   Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. This episode is sponsored by FootballPrizes.co.uk. And we've also partnered with Manscaped to offer our valued listeners 20% OFF + Free Shipping with promo code WEAREWESTHAM at MANSCAPED.com! #ad    #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM 

Highlights from Lunchtime Live
Seagulls Aggressive Behavior

Highlights from Lunchtime Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 12:39


Surveyors commissioned to conduct research as part of the National Urban Gull Survey for 2021 were frequently swooped upon by the agitated seagulls, even when they were as far as 20 metres from a nest. Niall Hatch, Birdwatch Ireland joined Andrea to discuss...

Piggly Dogg Daily Specials
Operation Christmas

Piggly Dogg Daily Specials

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 3:41


Chuck is out spreading Christmas cheer! All music, unless noted, in this weeks show comes from https://pixabay.com!  Outro Music : Palms and Seagulls by Timecrawler 82 is licensed under a Attribution License.  Find us on the social medias: Twitter: @pigglydogg Facebook: piggly Dogg Instagram: piggly_dogg Chuck Fluffernutter III, Jehoshaphat, Mark the Seafood Man, Coupon Bot, Fruit Man, Alfus T. Mackle, Announcer Guy, News Anchors, Mr. Willerbee, Assistant to Mr. Willerbee and Meat Man voiced by Rick Horne (@RHorne81) on Twitter. Emmett McCoy is voiced by Noah Horne. Edna McCoy is voiced by Ava Horne.  This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. Thanks

Campfire Classics Podcast
Fairies, Wishes, and Seagull

Campfire Classics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 59:56


Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!! This week we have a pair of Fairy Tales read to us by real life fairy, well, self proclaimed half-fairy, Tauren Hagans! She's able to take a break from singing Christmas tunes out in North Carolina to sit behind a mic and read with Ken. Ken has chosen two stories from L. Frank Baum's American Fairy Tales, and the stories are delightful.  We've read from this book before, so you get a few fun facts, but for more in depth looks into Baum's life check out episode 1/31 "Acetone High on the Yellow Brick Road" or 2/8 "Baum 2.0". The episode is charming, and along the way Ken and Tauren discuss life as a half-fairy and the evils of seagulls, all while rewriting the endings of Mr. Baum's stories. "The King of the Polar Bears" and "The Capture of Father Time" were first published in American Fairy Tales in 1901. Find Tauren at her website taurenhagans.com, and learn all about how you too can be a fairy, or at least have the hair of one, at at fairyhairnyc.com! Also, the 2022 calendar featuring co-host Ken in Halloween animal ears is now available on our website! Remember to tell five friends to check out Campfire Classics. Now sit back, light a fire (or even a candle), grab a drink, and enjoy.

The Clive Barker Podcast
330: JS77 C1E10 ‘Insurrection'

The Clive Barker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 154:58


Welcome to Episode 330 of the Clive Barker Podcast. We're returning to Yzzorderrex in our Dungeons and Dragons game, Jericho Squad 77.  The squad faces their deadly enemy, Cassius Briar in the wake of his unsuccessful election. Can Chur Do' Vir condemn him to the Gulfs to save his own soul? During the Break Sponsor Don Bretram's Celebrate Imagination 19/15 Check Out the Art of Asya Yordanova and Bird Ninja Art (Shayla Sackinger) Ben Warren Composer Little Spark Films Barker And Briefs (Clive Barker's A-Z Of Horror) The BarkerCast TeePublic Store Clive Barker Book Club Art By Asya Yordanova and Shayla Sackinger The Cast With Brant Finstad as Jonathan Livingston Catalina Querida as Musette Joe Manco as Ralph Merrye Jose Leitao as Chur' Do' Vir Lori Bische as Zoe Mason And Ryan Danhauser as the DM  With Technical Producer Rob Danhauser Opening Theme by Ben Warren In-Game Music by Tabletop Audio Catalina Querida on Instagram Little Spark Films Coming Next  News Illustrator II Interviews Jericho Squad 77 And this podcast, having no beginning will have no end.  web www.clivebarkercast.com iOS App| Android App, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, Spotify, Pandora, Libsyn, Tunein, iHeart Radio, Pocket Casts, Google Play, Radio.com, DoubleTwist and YouTube and Join the Occupy Midian group Twitter: @BarkerCast| @OccupyMidian Support the show, Buy a T-Shirt All Links and show notes in their Entirety can be found at http://www.clivebarkercast.com

The Countryside Hour
Countryside Extra: Snooping on seagulls!

The Countryside Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 41:47


Chris sends some farm recordings, and Paul Stancliffe sits in to answer your questions.

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me
The Articles of Faith and Official Declarations 1 and 2 | December 6-12 - Episode 50

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 24:38


Leave Space for BeliefPlural MarriageRace and the PriesthoodLesson 50—December 5“We Believe”#DoctrineandCovenants #comefollowme #comefollowme2021 #realtalkcomefollowmeWhat's your perspective on the word believe vs. the word know? How do you leave space for belief when it comes to controversial issues in Church history?In this week's episode, Ganel-Lyn and Scott discuss Black members receiving the priesthood, plural marriage, and not being led astray by the prophet. Tune in if you want to hear their compassionate and expansive thoughts on these topics!Invitation: Find people to listen to and learn from who've had direct experiences wrestling with these topics.Links to in-video references:A Personal Essay on Race and the Priesthood | Ahmad Corbitthttps://history.churchofjesuschrist.org/article/personal-essay-on-race-and-the-priesthood?lang=engBe One - A Celebration of the Revelation on the Priesthoodhttps://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/media/video/2018-06-1000-be-one-a-celebration-of-the-revelation-on-the-priesthood?lang=engLinks to Sweet Salt outfits/Seagull Book jewelry:Waist Button Pencil Skirthttps://www.sweetsaltclothing.com/skirt-pencil-waist-button-orange.htmlPuffed Half Sleeve Bishop Tophttps://www.sweetsaltclothing.com/puffed-half-sleeve-bishop-top-dark-green.htmlLet God Prevail Gold Rectangle Necklacehttps://www.seagullbook.com/let-god-prevail-necklace,htmlLink to Come Follow Me Through the Old Testament:Are you ready for the Old Testament? Buy Scott's new book at Seagull by following this link!https://www.seagullbook.com/come-follow-me-through-the-old-testament.html 

Johnny Vaughan On Radio X Podcast
297 - Smart Seagulls, Christmas Lights & A Nice Little Ganky

Johnny Vaughan On Radio X Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 61:04


The countdown to Christmas begins as Johnny turns on the Radio X Christmas lights. Plus, we go North of the bamboo curtain to bring you all the very latest news on Kim Jong Un.

WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast
BWCA Quota Numbers Reduction Forest Service

WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 11:18


The number of people legally allowed to enter the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA) for overnight camping trips from May through September will be reduced for the next paddling season. With permits in high demand during recent paddling seasons – particularly during the past two seasons amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – some canoeists struggled to find available campsites, particularly near popular lakes such as Sawbill, Brule, Duncan and Seagull on the east side of the BWCA. Anecdotally speaking, weary paddlers are quick to complain about racing other groups for campsites, being forced to camp illegally in the brush or making camp in the middle of a pleasant travel day just to ensure they have a site for the night. Each year from May 1 to Sept. 30, visitors taking an overnight paddle or hiking trip, or a motorized day trip into the BWCA are required to obtain a quota permit. The Forest Service designed a quota system following the designation of the Boundary Waters as a wilderness to reduce crowding and visitor impacts on sensitive resources. Forest Service officials said many BWCA entry points and associated routes are regularly experiencing social resource concerns such as crowding, disruptive and oversized groups, lack of campsite availability or unsettling competition for campsites. Illegal camping is also becoming more of a problem in the BWCA. Ten out of the 36 entry points on the Gunflint and six of the 13 entry points on the Tofte districts will see a reduction in permit quota numbers in 2022. The Forest Service declined to say the specific entry points the quota reduction will impact. All districts across the BWCA will see a quota reduction next year other than the Kawishiwi Ranger District.

Down the Wormhole
Mental Health Part 5 (Traumatic Brain Injury)

Down the Wormhole

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 54:23


Episode 93 In part 5 of our mental health miniseries, we're talking about what makes us who we are. If our brain is the center of our personalities and identities, what happens when our brains get broken? Rachael tells us the curious story of Phineas Gage as well as her own experience with traumatic brain injury. Along the way, we will talk about split brains, manipulative microbiomes, and hungry ghosts.    Support this podcast on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/DowntheWormholepodcast   More information at https://www.downthewormhole.com/   produced by Zack Jackson music by Zack Jackson and Barton Willis    Transcript  This transcript was automatically generated by www.otter.ai, and as such contains errors (especially when multiple people are talking). As the AI learns our voices, the transcripts will improve. We hope it is helpful even with the errors.     Zack Jackson  00:05 You are listening to the down the wormhole podcast exploring the strange and fascinating relationship between science and religion. This week our hosts are   Ian Binns  00:14 Ian Binns Associate Professor of elementary science education at UNC Charlotte, in my favorite brain character is crying from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.   Zack Jackson  00:27 Zack Jackson UCC pastor in Reading Pennsylvania and my favorite cartoon brain character is the brain from Arthur   Kendra Holt-Moore  00:36 Kendra Holt-Moore, assistant professor of religion at Bethany College in Lindsborg Kansas. And my favorite brain is the brain in those comics, I think they're like from PhD comics or something, but it's like a brain and a heart that are always talking. And the hearts like, I'm gonna go catch a butterfly and the brains like no, we need to work.   Rachael Jackson  01:06 Rachael Jackson, Rabbi at Agoudas, Israel, congregation Hendersonville, North Carolina, and my favorite cartoon brain, brain from pink in the brain, especially their line. What are we going to do tonight? The same thing we do every night Pinky try to take over the world. I use that when anyone in my family asks, What are we going to do? Because it turns out, they never actually take over the world. And this is for all y'all that watch this TV show in the 1990s kids WV in   Zack Jackson  01:44 the late 1900s.   Rachael Jackson  01:48 So if you have no idea what I'm talking about, I'm sure you can find it somewhere. But I haven't looked yet. So pinky in the brain is awesome, because they're going to take over the world. But they never end up taking over the world. Because, well, the laboratory mice. So why are we asking this question? Why did we want to talk about our favorite brain characters. And that's because today I want to start us by talking about our actual brains. As much as we might enjoy the comics are cartoons of brains and the way that we anthropomorphize and frankly, anthropomorphize them, they are just a part of our bodies, like every other part of our bodies, except not at all, like every other part of our bodies, because they can troll the rest of our bodies. And we might have this inclination to think that our brains have, again, like the rest of our bodies, oh, well, if something happens to it, you know, me, you put it in a cast, right, you break out, you break a bone, you set it, you get a scrape, or cut, you sew it up. But what happens when your brain matter gets damaged, it also can bruise, it also can shrink and get cuts, it also has the ability to suffer physical damage. And one of the biggest things that happens when that when the brain itself is damaged, is that our personalities can change. Our emotions can change, which is why I really love what Kendra brought in as her example, that it's the heart and the brain, these comics, that for so long in our American culture, the emotions are kept in the heart. And the rational thought is kept in the brain. But we really know that that's not at all true. The heart has no emotions, the heart pumps blood and receives blood and recycles blood like it's that's all it does. Not that that's an all like   Zack Jackson  04:11 if there's any hearts out there, listen kind of sorry.   Rachael Jackson  04:15 I apologize if I hurt your feelings heart. But hearts don't have feelings. Right? Our feelings are all in our brains. Our personalities are all in our brains. And we forget that. And I want to bring in one of the most famous medical stories, people that they really started to understand this. So this was 19th century or so mid 19th century, and prior to this point, they had no idea where our personalities really came from and how they were formed. There's a whole lot of well, the shape of your skull dictates How Your personality is? Well, that's weird. Case. In case that needs to be said. I mean, it's almost it's almost as backwards as The Little Mermaid cartoon, right? The show or the movie, excuse me, The Little Mermaid. And the seagull goes up to the prince. And they say, Is he alive? And what does he do? The Seagull puts the ear to the man's foot. Oh, yeah, he's right. It's like, what that's really, that's not how your body works. And we know that and we can laugh at that. Because that's how absurd it is. Well, a couple 100 years ago, they didn't know how our personalities worked at all. So by saying, Well, it's the shape of your head that dictates your personality. Okay? Why not? We have these ideas that maybe again, prior to this, and to this day, maybe it's when you were born, that dictates your personality, right? We all it for a lot of people. It's it's mostly used as a funny thing, and less deeply integrated into who they are like, what's your sign? Right? Well, I'm a Pisces, oh, well, if you're a Pisces, and these planets were rising, that means your personality is xy and z. And for some, there's a lot of truth in that. And for others, it's just a way of connecting and be like, Oh, that's when my birthday is to how fun that we still don't know exactly how our personality works unless you're in that field. So going back to the mid 19th century, there is a person who's named is Phineas Gage Pei, or, excuse me, pah is how you start his name, Phineas Gage. And he is, well, the typical youth of the 19th century blue collar worker. And he's working hard, working hard. And he finally says, I'm going to get a good job. And he gets a good job building the railroad. right way back when when we needed railroads to move us from one side to another part of the country. And so here he is a strapping man because frankly, in order to you know, lay railroad ties and put this stuff in, you have to be physically fit. And people around him, his friends and letters and stuff, his own notes, said, you know, had some fun, kind, reverence, upstanding, you know, still rapidly Strapping Young Lad. And so he gets promoted through the railroad. And now he's the manager, and he's, you know, like 2324 years old, and he's the manager of this railroad. And what they did back then is you don't just lay the railroad ties and, and hammer them in, you actually have to make space for the railroad, right, the ground has to be flat, the ground has to be ready. And if you're going over a mountain pass, or or a molehill or something, like you have to actually make the ground ready. And the way they did that is with explosives. So what they do is they basically dig a hole, and they put some gunpowder or TNT or something like that inside the hole, you know, a couple of meter or so down. And they pack it in. And they use a tamping iron to tap it in, right, basically, and this thing is usually four inches in diameter, and about a meter or three feet long, right? This is this is a big thing. This is not a small, small stick. So as the manager Phineas Gage is tamping this stuff in and because he was so well liked, he's talking his other people. His mouth is open, and it precisely at that moment with his mouth open, it goes off it this explosive explodes, and it's such a forceful explosion. And his mouth is open that the tamping iron goes through his mouth exits his skull and lands several dozen feet away Thank you, Zach. Yes,   Ian Binns  09:41 that's yeah, so I'm sorry. I just I know you're talking sorry. You're good. Yeah, that was the part that I kept trying to figure out so it did exit his called they did not have to take it out.   09:52 No, no, it exit it like okay, it was   Ian Binns  09:56 Did it get stuck in there and then yeah, okay.   Rachael Jackson  09:59 No, no which is great. Yeah, but it didn't get stuck in there. Yeah, and so we're gonna, of course, put pictures and Wikipedia pages and medical journals, we're gonna put stuff like that in our show notes. Tangential aside, parenthetical aside, if I can remember to send them to Zach, so hopefully there'll be there. Anyway, so it exits his skull, and pupa. And he's still alive, and he's still breathing. And he's still walking. And people are like, Oh, my God, what do we do? Literally, this guy's head, like, his skull blew off?   Zack Jackson  10:40 What do we do?   Rachael Jackson  10:42 And so they take him to to his doctor, right? This is your just, it's just your run of the mill PCP. I don't know about you guys. But I don't think my PCP could handle this. So he goes to his PCP and the guy goes, okay, okay. Let's keep him alive. So we keep them alive. And they recognize, well, there is no skull fragment, so they can't capture the bone, they can't put the bone back, and his brain starts to swell. And it bleeds and so that's their number one, that's their number one focus is to stop the bleeding. Right? Because if you just bleed to death, well, there's nothing else to do. So if you're really interested in the medical part of this, again, I'll link I'll link the journal article that talks about it. So on and on, he recovers it takes about six weeks for like for him to recover to the point where he can be awake, right? So this is a long recovery in being awake. Right? It's it's very much a traumatic injury. But it happened in his brain. And he wakes up, and he really starts physically getting better, right? His his blood supply has returned back to normal. He's able to sit and eat and converse. And what people notice is that he's mean, and he's vulgar. And he says irreverent things all the time. And they have no idea what happened. So Phineas Gage, changed. And the doctor noticed this, too. And one of the lines from the doctor's report says, He is fitful, irreverent, indulging at time and the grossest profanity, which was not his previous custom, manifesting but little deference for his fellows. This doesn't sound like the same person. And so they're really trying to figure out what happens. And so Phineas Gage to end his story that is, Phineas Gage lives for another decade, decade and a half. And at one point, he goes to Chile as a long haul, or long distance stagecoach. And the long distance stagecoach, according to their job description required the driver to be reliable, resourceful, and possess great endurance. And above all, they had to have the kind of personality that enabled them to get on well with their passengers. Fascinating, also, not a job Island. No 19th century drive in the hills long distance of Chile. Hmm. So this was a job that he took. And then he started to feel ill and he went back to live with his mom who was at that point living in San Francisco, and he started to have major seizures. And he died before he was about 40. So sort of ends his life. His life story that is, but I bring this bring this stage coach piece, because that doesn't quite match what his doctor wrote that he was irreverent and spewing profanities. And remember, this is at a time in our American puritanical society that was like, oh, no, we can't say profanities. That's only for the bad people. We've changed our culture since then.   Zack Jackson  14:23 Yeah. That least Whoa. This is Kellyanne.   Ian Binns  14:31 You can bleep that out. Right? Don't Don't take it out, believe it, because I think it's perfect timing. Sounds good. Thank you.   Rachael Jackson  14:40 So here we have a person who has changed. And the best understanding at that point was that his brain injury caused him to be a different person. And we now recognize that our medical science that that is completely true. that our personalities reside in the mush that is contained in our skulls. And if something happens to that mush, it's very soft material, if something happens to it, it can affect who we are. And that can be quite disturbing. And like as not even for a person going through it, but can you imagine, I can just say to you, right, I can say to Kendra, Kendra, you don't, you're not who you think you are. And that at any moment, if I cut off a slide of your slice of your brain, you're going to be a different person. And that kind of shakes our foundation of one of the things that we believe in our life to be in to be permanent, right, so much of our life is filled with impermanence, that we think well, at least who I am, unless I willingly change it unless I have the control to change who I am. And that control is part of my personality. Then it then I am who I am. And, and it goes, this is showing that it's not. And that can be disconcerting, especially when there are so very many medical diseases and challenges that affect the brain throughout life. One of the most common ones that we see in our society is dementia. Not just Alzheimer's, but dementia as a whole category of different of different illnesses that affect the brain. And I highly suggest if there's anyone in your family, if there's anyone that you work with, if these are patients that you care for, if you somehow engage with anyone that is in the population of those who have dementia, there's this book called the gems and the gems and dementia, a guidebook for care partners. And what it does is it walks a person through stages of dementia, and rest six stages of dementia. And it helps them recognize helps us recognize what a person might be going through, I'm not going to read you all six of them. But the titles are sapphire, diamond, emerald, Amber, Ruby, and ending with pearl. And what happens is in each of these different places, so let me let me read one of these to you. And this is the diamond, this is the second stage. And it sort of says cognitive characteristics. A person gets rigid, but does the best and does best with established routines and rituals can really do well at times, they can shine. And so it seems planned or on purpose. They can be hurtful or say mean things without seeming to notice or care. They talk and worry a lot about cost money and expenses. Different people will see them differently. Like we do diamonds and different facets, they can't seem to get it at times or won't let it go. Some family members are not sure if it's dementia versus just being mean stubborn, and forgetful. Dementia is really a brain disease. It's something that physically affects the physical mush of the brain. Now, I'm not a neuroscientist, I'm not a neuro surgeon. I'm not, I don't even play one on TV. So I cannot explain what's happening in those. But I trust those that do know what they're talking about. So I'm going to pause here and see if there's questions or reactions to the story and what I've just shared and then I'll move us into a slightly different direction.   Ian Binns  19:23 So I've always found that, you know, prior to you sharing the link for that story, Phineas Gage you know, I've read it somewhere else before and was just so fascinated by it for multiple reasons. Obviously, the fact that he survived for so light, right? I mean, it's like, holy, sorry, there we go again. Good things not 1850s Right. So but uh, the other thing too is, you know, how much that accident advanced doctors at the time advanced their own understandings of the brain and led to like the development of different types of medical fields and scientific fields because of that accident. Okay, I just find that so fascinating. And, yeah, again, it's just it's, it's just insane to me that he survived that, and then what they're able to do with it?   Rachael Jackson  20:22 No, thank you for that. I mean, and I love that you said that it that they learned from that this story. It happened in the 19th century is still in modern day textbooks and modern day classes. So my dad went to medical school starting in what year was that? 1998. And he learned a Phineas Gage in medical school. Right. I mean, there's, there's a reason that this person is so well known because of how he changed the understanding of what our brains are and what our personalities are. I hope I didn't cut you off there. Yeah.   Ian Binns  21:02 No, not at all. It's again, it's just, it's really interesting. You know, that again, he survived what, how at advanced the medical community in the medical field. And then yesterday, when in preparing for today's recording, looking at some of the notes and things like that, that were written by the doctors, you know, that we have those those notes in their description of what was going on in the brain. You know, what they were able to witness of, like, some of these descriptions, or was it of like, you know, parts of brain matter coming out of the top of his head and stuff. I'm sitting there like, oh, my gosh, like Jess, who? That was, I was cringing while Reading it. It just like that just now I see why not doctor? medical doctor. Dr. Binns? That's right, that's right. Yeah,   Kendra Holt-Moore  22:02 the thing that this story of Phineas Gage, and just the conversation about, like brain injury and personality, it reminds me of something that I learned, I think I learned about this when I was maybe at the end of my master's degree, or like, early PhD student and I went to some conference, but I, it was like, a conversation about the microbiome. And it was one of the first times or maybe the first time that I had heard someone talk about how there are neurons in our stomachs. And so it just is always really interesting, when, like, we talk about, like this topic of, it's really like a question about, you know, Who Who are we and, you know, how much do we are we sort of prone to just like, the impermanence of whatever happens to our bodies changes our experience of the world, but we like, have this idea of self, that, at least in like, a lot of cultures is, you know, in the brain, and for other people, it's maybe more in the heart, but there's also the gut, or like that, that, you know, we talk about, like our gut telling us what to do, or, you know, the, that feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when something is, you know, happening that you are unsure about, like, it's just, it's this other part of our physical experience that, you know, is also an option for how we like identify, like, the core of our self. And that's really interesting. And also just interesting to, like, bring in, I think, the, like medical, there's, I mean, I'm not a biologist, but I love like listening to and talking about the microbiome and that, like, just our relationship to our bodies, is not just a relationship to a body, its relationship to like, these, like millions of teeny tiny little things like micro organisms that help make up our body. And it's, you know, there's a plurality built into ourselves that we're not always like, aware of, but like, what does that mean in terms of selfhood, and personhood and personality and the way that we relate to people and love people and, you know, show respect and all these other like bigger questions about personhood, and they just become more interesting questions when you consider, like, the complexity of like the body itself, whether we're talking about the brain or, you know, those neurons in our guts, our gut brain, it's all just really cool. You know,   Zack Jackson  24:57 that's why it's so hard to give up junk food. is when you have eaten a lot of junk food you have selectively bred in microbiome that that thrives off of that junk food. And that mic, those little microbes, then release chemicals into your blood, which tells your brain to get more of that junk food. And so your microbiome wants a certain kind of food, which you have selectively bred by your choices, and then your cravings, that you think this is my favorite food, because I love it. But it's really your favorite food, because all of the microorganisms that live in your belly love it, and you're just its host. And it's, it's telling you, they're telling you what you think that you actually like, but it's really just them.   Rachael Jackson  25:42 But you're the ones that did selectively put them there, maybe they're the brains, you have the ability to change, or maybe they were always there. Right. And so maybe some people don't have   Zack Jackson  25:52 much of your microbiome, from their mother, during the birthing process, when you are a blank slate, and those microbes can get in there and set up shop. And then yeah, you can you can take swabs of people, and you can tell who their mother is by the specific fingerprint of the microbiome we got. Yeah, it's crazy to think that we are, in many ways, like a mech suit for a whole host of, of microbes, more so than we are an independent person that just so happens to have a bunch of microbes that eat our food. Now, we are a universe in and of ourselves. I like that.   Rachael Jackson  26:34 We tend to be so narcissistic into thinking that we are who we are. And we have complete control over this body that we inhabit. When the reality is far more complex than that. Right? Like you were just saying, right? How much control do we have over these things in our gut, especially when they're really imprinted? Like fingerprints, right? When they're imprinted in such a way that we can identify family lineage, right, which you have very little control over who your parents are. In fact, you have zero control over who your parents are. But we but we have this, this deep need to know that. And one of the hard parts is if we have that need for ourselves, do we not also have this need for other people in our lives? When we meet with a person, we go, Oh, I really like this person, we can be friends. And then you become friends. And then that person changes. Are you still friends with them? Does it matter how or why they changed if it was by choice or by happenstance? So I want to share a slightly personal story with us. In I'm actually forgetting what year this was. It must have been 2008. to that. Yeah, I think it was 2008 Is that the election was 2008. And Obama took office in January of oh nine. So this happened Christmas Day. 2008. So I'm 27. I'm 27 years old. And I just go up on a ski hill. I've skied before, but it's not a hobby, right? It's just something like, Oh, I've done it once or twice. I know, you know, I know that. If you want to slow down, you make a wedge. And if you want to speed up, you put your feet together and you know, go side to side. Cute little things like that. I wasn't being ridiculous. I was just staying on the green slopes. I was I was with my best friend at the time, who later became my husband. And I go on my second green run and I'm with his mom, and all the guys are off doing like black diamonds and something like Oh my God, I don't even know how people can do that. And my second run, it's Christmas time, and I fall. And I don't just like oops, hee hee hee. I fell on my tokus wasn't that funny? I'm a little embarrassed. i fall i garage sale, I fall down the mountain and the everything's on the yard, right? That sort of concept of the garage sale, like everything in my pockets. Like everything is off. Now, I knew I was going to do a green. So I didn't wear a helmet. Was that smart? I don't know. Maybe? I don't know. They didn't. This was again 2008. This was up in Colorado. They didn't necessarily offer how much to people that are just having this cute little fun time on a green slope. I don't know what to tell the person you just really have to ask a person that knows how to ski from now on like it's my suggestion that you wear a helmet because why not? You wear a helmet when you ride a bike and you go just As fast on skis as you do a bike, so that's my suggestion. I was not wearing one and I didn't even occur to me that I should have been wearing when one of my skis did not pop off like they are supposed to. And it just like twisted my leg as it was, as I was literally falling down the mountain. And so it stayed on and I had this massively strained and sprained ankle, so I couldn't walk. But as I'm falling, and I, I have this very distinct moment, where here a crack, like an actual crack, and then I, I'm laying there, and it's a beautiful day, so I'm laying in the snow looking at this blue sky, bright light. And, and I run my tongue around my teeth, because I thought the crack was my teeth breaking. And I was really scared that I was like, Oh, my God, teeth are so expensive, kid you not. That's what my thought was. Yeah, I was like, I broke my teeth and teeth are expensive. didn't occur to me, that I broke my brain didn't occur to me that I broke my neck did not occur to me. And then I was stupid. Because I was not thinking, like, I literally wasn't thinking and I was stupid. And I said, Sure, I can go on another run. And I somehow work through the pain of my ankle, went down the mountain, got back up on the chairlift started down again. And then I went, I'm getting dizzy, I think I need to lay down. And I just lay down in the snow. And my eyes were doing this weird thing. And it's like I couldn't see and they were just going so fast. This is a stress story. Imagine living it   Kendra Holt-Moore  31:58 gone, don't worry. Yeah, that's what's helping you live.   Ian Binns  32:04 So I live   Kendra Holt-Moore  32:06 spoiler alert, I   Rachael Jackson  32:06 don't die. And then then they call the rescue, right? They call the rescue the ski squad or whatever they're called. Because I still am in the middle of the mountain and I have to get down. And they take me to like a little cab out and they have a heart or something. And they brace my neck and they put me on a stretcher, so they can take me down. And I'm only told this I don't remember this. At this point, I have completely lost the ability of consciousness. I am a conscious, but I don't actually know that I'm conscious at this point. And so these guys are strapping me into the board. And I asked one of them for a kiss. Is everything okay? I was like, Well, you could you could kiss me. Like, okay, oh, glad to know that I said that. I've never been that forward in my life. So interesting that I would have chosen that ailment. Yeah. And then I'm taken down the ski, I'm taken down the ski hill, and they do a quick X ray and they go, Yeah, you're broken, like we can't fix you. And so they have to send me to a large hospital, which is about an hour away. And so they take me to the large hospital. And they see that I've broken part of my CFR and I have a severe concussion and they keep me in the hospital for about a week. And then I go home, and I can't walk because of my leg, my ankle. And I can't turn my head because of my my neck issue. And far more distressing, was I can't think I couldn't think. And one of the exercises that I was told to do that an occupational therapist or I was someone like that I had so many different therapists, physical, occupational and speech. And I can't remember exactly who told me this. But my task was to make a grilled cheese sandwich. Mind you, I am 27 almost 28 years old. I am a chemist. I know I've lived alone like a grilled cheese sandwich. Are you kidding me? Turns out, I couldn't. I couldn't make a grilled cheese sandwich. I didn't know the order to put Oh right. You got to butter the bread. And you have to put the butter side down and you have to get out the right pan and then you put the cheese on and you have to flip it and I didn't know how to make a grilled cheese sandwich. And I sat my pantry and cried. There was one time when I didn't have a walk in pantry. I just had like a large like it was a bifold door that then had three shelves on either side so you could walk I guess it's a walk But like you couldn't turn around, really. And I walked in, and I couldn't find my way out.   35:06 I didn't know how to get out of my battery that literally, like, that made no sense.   Rachael Jackson  35:13 And I lost the ability to really understand math, I lost the ability to know how to play the piano. I learned Hebrew the year before, couldn't recognize a single letter after this. And to this day, language is still extremely hard for me. Now, people that know me now would have no idea that I had this. People that knew me then would go, Wow, you're really different. I have high I have extremely heightened anxiety that I never had before. Like ever. I was not an anxious person, I was a stubborn, I was shy, I was lots of other things. But I wasn't anxious. And now I have, I have quite a diagnosed generalized anxiety disorder. And so this, this Phineas Gage story really resonates with me. And I think one of the things that we as people who are with others, and this for me is where I bring in the religious piece to so many of us have religious communities, that when we're in them, we may not know why a person has changed. And it's our obligation. And I mean that word intentionally, to care for them. We don't have to be their best friends, we don't have to, to be there those ways. And if someone is abusing you, verbally abusing you, you don't have to stay in that situation. Right? Because people can get very mean, I definitely had a mean streak. While my brain was trying to figure itself out. One of my therapists called it, I had to defrag my brain. And I love that like computers. So I just defrag my brain. And then I got much better and so took about a year before before I became who I am now, but who I am now is different than who I was. So I just want to add that to our to our story. And I'm not a unique case, and I am 100% Lucky. Right? It is a it's a scary situation. And frankly, I still went to rabbinical school after that fact. So I my traumatic brain injury had a had a happy ending. Very much so. But not everyone's does. And so I think if we share our compassion and recognize this idea of myths, LM Elohim that we're all made in the image of God. And I don't believe in a God that is static. I believe in a God that is dynamic. So too, are we dynamic. So questions, reactions, etc.   Kendra Holt-Moore  38:14 I think my reaction is just a fish. Again, agape facial expression. And glad that you're with us, Rachel, that's crazy, too.   Zack Jackson  38:31 It reminds me of the split brain surgeries. Have you heard of these? Yes, yeah, we don't do these anymore. And so there's, there's only a small amount of research done into it. We're basically for a period of time. Some doctors were treating people with recurring seizures that were just really bad. They were treating them by severing through the corpus callosum, which is the connecting point between the two hemispheres of the brain. And it seemed to really work. Now that's, that's significant brain damage, is what that is, but it stopped the seizures and increased the quality of life. And then what they found the some of the people who had this done, started to act very strangely, in that the two halves of their bodies were not acting together anymore. Yeah. And so there were stories of like, a guy would reach into his into his closet to pick something out and his other hand would pick something else out. There was one, one guy where like, one hand was, would like hit him, while the other one had to like restrain it. There was, I think, my favorite case and this is so they're starting to see that the it seemed almost like for some people. There were two different personalities in their brain now that we're at work. Before they were working together, now they were working separately trying to control the body at the same time. But the left hemisphere of the brain is where most of your language centers are localized. And so the right hemisphere of your brain is effectively mute, and is unable to speak, but is able to have different thoughts. And but it can't speak anymore. And so there was one person who they refer to as P S. And they were able to using scrabble tiles, and moving them around with each different hand, and like blocking, putting something in between their eyes so that they can't see what the other hand is doing. And only one eye can see one and one can see the other real, confusing, convoluted thing. They asked this person who are you, and both hands spelled out, Paul. And then they asked him, What is your desired occupation and the left hand, which, which would be controlled by the right part of the brain, the more artistic impulsive side or whatever, spelled out racecar driver. And the other hand, which was controlled by the more rational one spelled out draughtsmen, which is a much more down to earth sort of occupation, right. And it was like, there were two different ambitions, two different brains, there was one that was more rational and down to earth, and there was one that was more impulsive and excited, and their ability to communicate with each other was severed, but in some ways, it gave the right brain some more freedom to interact, because now it wasn't, it could communicate now, without being overpowered by the left side of the brain. And, again, we don't do this anymore. So we only have this like, select number of patients. But it seems like maybe we are not the unified to being that we imagine ourselves to be. That even within our own brain, there is a multitude of consciousnesses that are in concert that are that are, you know, creating a sort of Mosaic personality. But that are not the same. And I think about, about in, like Rome, in Romans, the book of Romans, Paul says, I always I seem to always do what I don't want to do, and the things that I want to do, for some reason I can't do. And I am always at war with myself. And I think we can all kind of relate to this feeling of like, I have these higher ideals. And for some reason, I cannot do them. And I always seem to revert down to this other thing that I don't want to do. And like how would that conversation about our personality, our spirituality, our higher ideals or morality change, if we imagined ourselves not as, like one person being, you know, impacted from without, as much as it is multiple persons, within ourselves a multitude of people who are working in concert together to make what we feel is the best decision for our collective selves. If we start to see ourselves as a universe instead of as an individual, like, what, what kind of a difference would that make for how much grace we're willing to give ourselves or complexity we're willing to offer to others?   Rachael Jackson  43:28 That's beautiful. I just finished Reading. So I'm sort of listening to what you're saying there, Zach. I just finished Reading a book called When Breath Becomes Air Are any of you familiar with Yes? So it's Paul calling our colony the colony Yeah, certainly colony, the colony, k a la a nit Hi, When Breath Becomes Air. It is a hard read. It came out just about six years ago, January of 16. A by an autobiography of a neuro surgeon who develops metastatic lung cancer, I'm not spoiling anything. He tells you that in the first chapter one of his lines that has stuck with me the whole book is like if you if you highlight in your books, and you're like oh, I just want to highlight really powerful and important passages your highlighting this whole book was he was doing a brain surgery on a person that's awake, right and that's necessary so that you know what's happening. Is that amazing that we have all these surgeries, right? We have all of these surgeries are like put me deep asleep. And these ones, they want to make sure you're awake, because they're going into your brain and they'll change and one time he's telling the story where he He's doing something, he puts some sort of thin electrode in. And the person says, I'm sad. I'm so sad. And then Paul takes it out politics electrode out, and the person goes, Oh, that's better. And so he does it again, because this is right around the area of a tumor or something like he needs to be in this area for reason. He wasn't just being like, Hey, what's this do to be in this area,   Ian Binns  45:28 we should be interested. Right, just like poking it with a stick, and   Rachael Jackson  45:33 he goes, and then the patient again goes, everything is just so sad. And then he pulls back a millimeter, a millimeter, I sick. I'm no longer sad, right? That's how fragile and that's, that's where we give people so much grace, a millimeter, right? Tiny little percentage, no room for air. So if you get jostled, perhaps that millimeter got shaken up. And that's why you're really sad today. And the world feels like it's really sad today. That we have this ability to give people grace. And I think that's one of the best things that we can give them, compassion or humbleness, right, that we can not even understand where they're coming from, but just understand that, that they're going through something, whatever it might be, and then we can be there for them. I don't have a I don't have a nice little bow.   Kendra Holt-Moore  46:38 That story that that book though is like, it is amazing. I around the room Reading it crying by myself. Basically,   Rachael Jackson  46:50 I just bought it. Yeah, if you need a cry, like almost as a cry if you need to think about death. And think about what is your purpose in life? What is the value of living and what is not to be scared about death? I'm it's just, it's an incredible book. Absolutely incredible. And then his wife wrote sort of an afterword a couple of chapters to sort of sum up like from her perspective and to finish it because he wasn't able to finish it because he died. Again, not a spoiler.   Ian Binns  47:23 Yeah. Well, like the book cover said that like when I was boiling Okay.   Rachael Jackson  47:35 Unlike my story, he doesn't he does not live.   Zack Jackson  47:40 We are remarkably fragile creatures.   Rachael Jackson  47:43 remark. Yep. So we've talked a lot about life and where that can take us and the fragility of it. So I think that that's wonderful and a good a good place to pause our conversation and if anyone has stories that they want to share with us, please feel free to do so. But I think we are at the moment where we can have our down the wormhole minute and today or this week is Kendra   Kendra Holt-Moore  48:20 so I haven't decided what I want the theme music to be for the segment yet, but I might workshop a couple ideas. Right now. I want it to be something like Welcome to the segment on residents of hell. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. I mean, like some electric guitar.   Zack Jackson  48:44 It will be so much better if instead of electric guitar you just did it with your mouth   Kendra Holt-Moore  48:57 yeah, that's, that's kind of where I am right now. But I also want to figure out a way to blend the drone earner and earner of electric guitar with like, needy, needy like ukulele sounds. I just think those things together can really express you know, the sentiment of hell. So Well, we'll see. Yeah, so welcome to the first segment of residence, pal. I just wanted to do that again. And so today, the first Resident of hell that we're going to talk about are the hungry ghosts. And if you've never heard of the hungry ghosts, hungry ghosts, come out of the Buddhist tradition, and are particularly popular in Chinese Buddhism and are present in a few other East Asian countries where Buddhism is popular, but I think Chinese Buddhism is kind Have the main Buddhist tradition that people kind of associate with hungry ghosts and to kind of paint a picture of what a hungry ghost looks like. Because they have a very distinct presentation, they are these beings with large distended bellies, that they're always hungry. Hence, you know, it's kind of implied in the name. But they have distended bellies that are, you know, always ravenous with hunger, but they have, like long, very skinny, skinny throats. And whenever hungry, goes, try to eat food, the food, basically like turns to fire in their mouths and in their throat. So it's very painful, to try to eat food to, you know, satisfy the hunger in their large, empty stomachs. And their throats are also so skinny and small that like they can't really eat that much. And so it's they, the Hungry Ghosts, like the image of a hungry ghost is kind of like this embodiment of desire and greed. And there are a lot of different ways that you might become a hungry ghost. So that's the other thing to kind of point out is that hungry ghosts is like a possible reincarnation for, for a human, depending on your karma. So in Buddhism, there's another image that I can try to kind of paint for you, that's the Buddhist wheel of life. And there are upper realms that are more the heavenly realms, and there are lower realms, more the hellish realms, there is a distinct hell realm. And hungry ghosts actually have their own realm and they're on the visual of the Buddhist wheel of life, hungry ghosts are adjacent to the hell realm. So they're one of the lower realms and like, you don't want to be reincarnated into the Hungry Ghost Realm. But you might be reincarnated as a hungry ghost if you lived a life that was just full of greed and desire and over attachment to worldly things. Because, you know, if you're unfamiliar with Buddhism, then it's worth mentioning that in Buddhism, attachment is like a big no, no, like, you want to try to live a life in which you are not attached to, to worldly things, and you recognize that everything changes and it is marked by impermanence. And when you become attached to anything that leads to suffering. And so you're trying to kind of alleviate suffering by these practices of non attachment. So hungry ghosts are kind of a like if you become a hungry ghost, then you didn't do a very good job of being unattached. And every year during the ghost Festival, which happens in the seventh month of the lunar calendar this year, it happened like mid August, people the the lower realm the hellish realms kind of open up and hungry ghosts can roam, roam the earth here with humans and people are able to feed the hungry ghosts during the ghost festival to kind of alleviate their suffering. And so people will burn money and food like paper money and paper, food and paper kind of like luxury items to you know, appease the suffering of these beings as they wander the earth on a during the time of the ghost festival. So that is the Hungry Ghost   53:59 when I'm just hungry   Zack Jackson  54:05 I can relate. Hungry Hungry Ghosts   Kendra Holt-Moore  54:08 are done or not. You have just listened to the first residents of hill. Thanks for joining me didi.

We Are West Ham Podcast
161: Europa done, City no fun & Brighton and Chelsea to come

We Are West Ham Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 125:07


West Ham United won their Europa League group with a game to spare having beat Rapid Vienna last Thursday. Imagine saying that three years ago. It was a fairly flat affair with no fans in the stadium but Mark Noble scored in Europe for the Hammers which is fairytale stuff. But the positive feeling didn't last long as David Moyes' men went to a snowy Etihad and lost 2-1 on Sunday. Will Pugh and James Jones are back again to discuss the last two games as well as to look forward to two huge Premier League encounters against Brighton and Chelsea - both at London Stadium. Tom the Seagulls fan dials in before long-time friend of the show Stamford Chidge joins in for a double-header opposition view. The lads also make their Betway charity bet selections before saying goodbye for another week. You can follow the podcast here:   Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. And you can support the podcast or buy the lads a beer HERE at buymeacoffee/com/wearewestham.   Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. This episode is sponsored by FootballPrizes.co.uk. And we've also partnered with Manscaped to offer our valued listeners 20% OFF + Free Shipping with promo code WEAREWESTHAM at MANSCAPED.com! #ad    #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM 

Piggly Dogg Daily Specials
Holiday Update!

Piggly Dogg Daily Specials

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 4:40


See what's going on at the store after the crazy Thanksgiving holiday! All music, unless noted, in this weeks show comes from https://pixabay.com!  Outro Music : Palms and Seagulls by Timecrawler 82 is licensed under a Attribution License.  Find us on the social medias: Twitter: @pigglydogg Facebook: piggly Dogg Instagram: piggly_dogg Chuck Fluffernutter III, Jehoshaphat, Mark the Seafood Man, Coupon Bot, Fruit Man, Alfus T. Mackle, Announcer Guy, News Anchors, Mr. Willerbee, Assistant to Mr. Willerbee and Meat Man voiced by Rick Horne (@RHorne81) on Twitter. Emmett McCoy is voiced by Noah Horne. Edna McCoy is voiced by Ava Horne.  This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. Thanks

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine
Episode 273 - James Calleri

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 49:27


JAMES CALLERI along with his partners Paul Davis and Erica Jensen own Calleri Jensen Davis, a creative casting partnership. They have been awarded 16 Artios Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Casting. James proudly served on the Board of the Casting Society of America for many years. He is an Associate Professor of Theater at Columbia University School of the Arts where he co-heads the Graduate MFA Acting Program. He is the co-author with Robert Cohen of ACTING PROFESSIONALLY: RAW FACTS ABOUT CAREERS IN ACTING published by Palgrave MacMillan, in it's eighth edition it is one of the leading books in the country for young actors. He also runs his studio www.calleristudio.com where he coaches and explores the craft with professional actors. He resides in New York City and Saugerties, New York. Broadway Theater: Broadway credits include the current running Thoughts of a Colored Man and his office will cast the upcoming revival of For Colored Girls…this Spring. Other credits include Burn This starring Adam Driver and Keri Russell, Fool for Love starring Nina Arianda and Sam Rockwell, and Hughie starring Forest Whitaker, The Visit starring Chita Rivera and Roger Rees, Renee Fleming in Living on Love, the Tony winning revival Hedwig & The Angry Inch starring Neil Patrick Harris and Lena Hall, the revival of The Elephant Man starring Bradley Cooper, Patricia Clarkson and Alessandro Nivola which traveled to London's West End as well and Of Mice and Men with James Franco, Chris O'Dowd and Leighton Meester.  Other Favorite Broadway credits include: Venus in Fur with Tony-winner Nina Arianda and Hugh Dancy, 33 Variations starring Jane Fonda, A Raisin in the Sun with Sean Combs, Audra MacDonald, Phylicia Rashad, Chicago with Usher, and James Joyce's The Dead starring Christopher Walken. Off-Broadway includes Ives Lives of Saints and his revival of All in the Timing, Buyer & Cellar, Murder for Two, The Hilltown Plays, Satchmo at the Waldorf, My Name is Asher Lev, the long-running Fuerza Bruta and The Revisionist with Vanessa Redgrave and Jesse Eisenberg.   Most proud of long terms collaborations with : Playwrights Horizons (10 seasons) including such premieres as Betty's Summer Vacation, Lobby Hero, Small Tragedy, Goodnight Children Everywhere, Violet to name a few. Over 10 years with Classic Stage Company- including A Month in the Country with Peter Dinklage & Taylor Schilling, Peter Sarsgaard as Hamlet, Passion, New Jerusalem, Three Sisters, The Cherry Orchard, Uncle Vanya with Maggie Gyllenhaal & Peter Sarsgaard and The Seagull with Dianne Wiest & Alan Cumming. and was Resident Casting Director ... for CSC, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Long Wharf Theater, The Flea, Keen Company, Williamstown Theater Festival, and Playwrights Realm. Other: City Theater, Berkeley Rep, Oregon Shakes, Naked Angels, New Georges, stageFARM, Epic Theater Ensemble and many seasons of SPF (Summer Play Festival) and NY Stage & Film Company. Some long running past productions... include Fuerza Bruta, Lobby Hero, The Guys, Fully Committed, Dinah Was, and The Vagina Monologues Nat'l Tour. TV: Love Life for HBO, Dickinson for Apple+, Queens for ABC , NY casting for When They See Us for Netflix, The Path for Hulu, Army Wives, Lipstick Jungle, Z Rock on IFC, the critically acclaimed A Raisin in the Sun on ABC also the hit series Ed, Hope & Faith, and Monk. Film: Beautiful Darkness, I Origins, Emoticon ;), Saint Janet, Another Earth, Refuge, Merchant Ivory's The City of Your Final Destination, Heights, and The White Countess, Yearbook, Lisa Picard is Famous, The Jimmy Show, Ready? OK!, Trouble Every Day, Peter & Vandy and Armless. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me
Doctrine and Covenants 137-138 | November 29-December 5 - Episode 49

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 23:41


Stay in Your BodySuicide Prevention Big Heaven, Small HellLesson 49—November 28“The Vision of the Redemption of the Dead”#DoctrineandCovenants #comefollowme #comefollowme2021 #realtalkcomefollowmeWhat didn't Joseph know when he left the Sacred Grove? What does redemption for the dead really mean? What do we know (and consequently not know) about the celestial kingdom?Ganel-Lyn and Scott touch on all these topics in today's episode. They discuss how the Restoration is an ongoing process, how heaven is much bigger than we think, and how Christ is the great reconciler. Tune in for some great insights on this week's Come Follow Me lesson!Invitation: What could you do this week to share the unique doctrine of children who have died being saved?Links to Sweet Salt outfits/Seagull Book jewelry:Puff Sleeve Button Up Tophttps://www.sweetsaltclothing.com/top-puff-sleeve-button-up-orange-floral.htmlLet God Prevail Gold Rectangle Necklacehttps://www.seagullbook.com/let-god-prevail-necklace,htmlLink to Come Follow Me Through the Old Testament:Are you ready for the Old Testament? Buy Scott's new book at Seagull by following this link!https://www.seagullbook.com/come-follow-me-through-the-old-testament.html 

Piggly Dogg Daily Specials
Turkamageddon

Piggly Dogg Daily Specials

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 12:27


See what happens in this Thanksgiving conclusion! Rambo voiced by Johnny Caged, you can find him on Twitter @johnnycaged85. All music, unless noted, in this weeks show comes from https://pixabay.com!  Outro Music : Palms and Seagulls by Timecrawler 82 is licensed under a Attribution License.  Find us on the social medias: Twitter: @pigglydogg Facebook: piggly Dogg Instagram: piggly_dogg Chuck Fluffernutter III, Jehoshaphat, Mark the Seafood Man, Coupon Bot, Fruit Man, Alfus T. Mackle, Announcer Guy, News Anchors, Mr. Willerbee, Assistant to Mr. Willerbee and Meat Man voiced by Rick Horne (@RHorne81) on Twitter. Emmett McCoy is voiced by Noah Horne. Edna McCoy is voiced by Ava Horne.  This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. Thanks

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 523: Making A24's The Humans with Stephen Karam

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 59:56


Today on the show we have writer and director Stephen Karam. He is the Tony Award-winning author of The Humans, Sons of the Prophet and Speech & Debate. For his work he's received two Drama Critics Circle Awards, an OBIE Award and is a two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist.Stephen recently directed his first feature film, a rethought version of The Humans for A24 films, to be released in 2021. He wrote a film adaptation of Chekhov's The Seagull starring Annette Bening, which was released by Sony Picture Classics.His adaptation of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard premiered on Broadway as part of Roundabout's 2016 season. Recent honors include the inaugural Horton Foote Playwriting Award, the inaugural Sam Norkin Drama Desk Award, two Outer Critics Circle Awards, a Lucille Lortel Award, Drama League Award, and Hull-Warriner Award. Stephen and I have a great conversation on how he went from Broadway to Hollywood, adapting his award-winning play to the big screen, his creative process and much more. Erik Blake gathers three generations of his Pennsylvania family to celebrate Thanksgiving at his daughter's apartment in lower Manhattan. As darkness falls and eerie things go bump in the night, the group's deepest fears are laid bare.Enjoy my conversation with Stephen Karam.

Piggly Dogg Daily Specials
Planes, Trains, And Turkeys

Piggly Dogg Daily Specials

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 18:15


Thanksgiving is here and the great crew at the Piggly Dogg has a wonderful deal! Check out what happens and oh no! All music, unless noted, in this weeks show comes from https://pixabay.com!  Outro Music : Palms and Seagulls by Timecrawler 82 is licensed under a Attribution License.  Find us on the social medias: Twitter: @pigglydogg Facebook: piggly Dogg Instagram: piggly_dogg Chuck Fluffernutter III, Jehoshaphat, Mark the Seafood Man, Coupon Bot, Fruit Man, Alfus T. Mackle, Announcer Guy, News Anchors, Mr. Willerbee, Assistant to Mr. Willerbee and Meat Man voiced by Rick Horne (@RHorne81) on Twitter. Emmett McCoy is voiced by Noah Horne. Edna McCoy is voiced by Ava Horne.  This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. Thanks

DERELICT
FATHOM E5- Seagulls

DERELICT

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 53:00


Set during the events of Episode 2, ISD Agent Blayne and Doctor Sarah Klayton struggle to survive outside and inside Fathom's North Platform after Mack's true nature is revealed, an unexpected tide surge wreaks havoc...and loyalties are tested due to the simple fact that sometimes, there are no right choices. "What a day..."FATHOM is created, written, and directed by J. Barton Mitchell; produced by Elizabeth Laidlaw, Kirsten Rudberg and Thomas Barker; features original music by Makeup and Vanity Set, Luke Atencio, Ryan Taubert, and Chris Coleman; sound design and editing by J. Barton Mitchell; additional sound design by Music Radio Creative.  Cast: Michael Mau - BLAYNE; Dani Payne - SARAH KLAYTON; Michelle Campbell - VALARIE BLAYNE; Elizabeth Laidlaw - EVA GRAFF; Eli Goodman - JOE FREEMAN.

DarbyCast
117. PB & Seagull | DarbyCast | Maverick Alexander

DarbyCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 29:03


On this Economics Wednesday edition of DarbyCast, Maverick talks about what preparedness for an extended power outage looks like. DarbyCast merch is live and couldn't be more powerful. www.darbyshireusa.com/shop --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/darbyshireusa/support

On The Continent
Upfront: The soaring Seagulls, a lively start to the FA Women's Championship, and representation at board level

On The Continent

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 42:38


Welcome back to Upfront, a weekly women's football show covering all corners of the women's game! Flo Lloyd-Hughes, Chloe Morgan and Rachel O'Sullivan discuss Brighton's impressive start to the season under England legend Hope Powell and the problems arising from Arsenal's all-male advisory board. Chloe also pauses her post-match celebrations long enough to recap a great win for Crystal Palace and all the other action from a frenetic few weeks of Championship action!Artwork photo - GirlsontheBall ©***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Football Ramble
More Moyesy Manchester Murders

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 37:38


First United, now City - David Moyes is coming for you, Manchester. That bridge he burned when he took over from Sir Alex Ferguson is still smouldering.Jules, Luke and Pete bathe in yet more Fizzy Cup action as Leicester squeezed past Brighton thanks to the Seagulls' generosity, while Brentford broke their Stoke hoodoo. We also celebrate some lovely news from Australia and literally redefine the modern footballing lexicon.Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.