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Bigfoot Terror in the Woods Sightings and Encounters
Bigfoot TIW 184: Old Timer Deer Hunter Sees a Bigfoot Chasing a Doe and Full Speed!

Bigfoot Terror in the Woods Sightings and Encounters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 46:46


In today's episode WJ and KJ, deliver another podcast of high strangeness. In crypids in the news and other oddities, KJ covers treasure mysteries surrounding Mt. Victorio in New Mexico. Bill covers a Bigfoot encounter from the 1950s in southern Utah where a deer hunter witnesses a 10 foot tall Hairyman chasing a deer at a full sprint. And some great listener mail. Please join us! Thank you for listening! www.bigfootterrorinthewoods.com Produced by: "Bigfoot Terror in the Woods L.L.C."

Stryker & Klein
6am- Klein Sees a Dead Body, How to Apologize and MORE

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 25:20


The first hour of the last show of the week. Let's go!

EpochTV
Nanjing Sees 6-Fold Increase in Deaths: Report

EpochTV

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 23:11


Did Chinese leader Xi Jinping's gamble pay off? Some Chinese officials are saying the COVID-19 peak is coming down. But is that true? China just saw a massive spike in virus cases across the nation. And investigative reporting by NTD's sister media found some regions have seen numbers around six times higher than in last month. What's driving the discrepancies? And what do they mean for the rest of the world? ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV

Jon Marks & Ike Reese
Sheil Kapadia on Eagles/Niners and how he sees it playing out

Jon Marks & Ike Reese

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 49:41


The guys bring on Sheil to talk Eagles/Niners and more.

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary | Astronomy, Space & Science News
S26E12: JWST Sees Clouds on Titan // The Red Planet's Curiously Sized Sand Dunes // Spectacular Falcon Heavy Launch

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary | Astronomy, Space & Science News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 27:33


SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 12 *James Webb sees clouds on Titan NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has turned focus onto the giant Saturnian moon Titan finding fluffy clouds in its atmosphere. *The red planet's curiously sized sand dunes A new study has confirmed that the red sand dunes which dominate so much of the Martian landscape form the way they do because of the red planet's thin and turbulent atmosphere. *A spectacular Falcon Heavy launch SpaceX has successfully launched its fifth Falcon Heavy in a spectacular sunset flight from Cape Canaveral in Florida. *The Science Report Scientists warning that a new coronavirus subvariant called XBB.1.5 is on the rise globally. Ecosystems in western Victoria and the west coast of Tasmania most at risk from climate change. Ancient stele makes specific references to the biblical Jewish King David. Skeptics guide to Albert the alien Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com/listen For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen to. Thank you… To become a SpaceTime supporter and unlock commercial free editions of the show, gain early access and bonus content, please visit https://bitesz.supercast.com/ . Premium version now available via Spotify and Apple Podcasts. For more podcasts visit our HQ at https://bitesz.com Your support is needed... SpaceTime is an independently produced podcast (we are not funded by any government grants, big organisations or companies), and we're working towards becoming a completely listener supported show...meaning we can do away with the commercials and sponsors. We figure the time can be much better spent on researching and producing stories for you, rather than having to chase sponsors to help us pay the bills. That's where you come in....help us reach our first 1,000 subscribers...at that level the show becomes financially viable and bills can be paid without us breaking into a sweat every month. Every little bit helps...even if you could contribute just $1 per month. It all adds up. By signing up and becoming a supporter at the $5 or more level, you get immediate access to over 280 commercial-free, double, and triple episode editions of SpaceTime plus extended interview bonus content. You also receive all new episodes on a Monday rather than having to wait the week out. Subscribe via Supercast (you get a month's free trial to see if it's really for you or not) ... and share in the rewards. Details at Supercast - https://bitesznetwork.supercast.tech/ Details at https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com or www.bitesz.com#mars #phobos #falconheavy #spacetime #nasa #spacex

Voices of Misery Podcast
Teen girl sees trans dude in the shower, topless woman in a church and more!

Voices of Misery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 75:23


New flavors reviewed, a topless woman goes wild in a church, the hunt for mermaids, a 17 year old sees nude man in locker room at YMCA, a 29 year old goes to high school, teachers are messed up nowadays and more!   Check out our amazing sponsors! binoid.com use our code 'NERD' to save 10% on Nerds favorite thc edibles and other goodies! built.com use code 'VOMSHOW' to save 10% on all orders on the most delicious, keto approved protein bars! Twitter/Mewe/Parler/Gettr/Rumble: @voicesofmisery Gmail: voicesofmiserypodcast@gmail.com Instagram: voices_of_misery Discord server: voices of misery podcast https://tinyurl.com/VoMPodcastTees

Animal Airwaves
How A Dog Sees: Facts and Myths about Canine Vision

Animal Airwaves

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 46:57


Have you always assumed that because dogs can hear better than humans, they probably don’t need to see very well? Have you even wondered what colors they can see, or...

The Decrypting Crypto Podcast
Off Chain 1/26/23: Binance under pressure, BlockFi sees more pain, and Celsius to launch a token?!

The Decrypting Crypto Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 37:40


In this week's episode of Off-Chain, we discuss: Binance admits it commingled customer funds with token reserves BlockFi accidentally revealed a $1.2B exposure to FTX & Alameda Research Celsius, the bankrupt crypto lender, might be launching a token FTX Creditors Include Apple, Netflix and Coinbase, Court Documents Reveal Mango Labs Sues Avi Eisenberg Over Mango Markets Exploit An update on Portugal

The Altcoin Podcast
Polygon Sees Volatility in Q4: The Impact of FTX Insolvency, NFT Launches, and Partnerships

The Altcoin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 2:41


Polygon Sees Volatility in Q4: The Impact of FTX Insolvency, NFT Launches, and Partnerships Follow Me On Twitter => https://twitter.com/AltcoinPodcast 24/7 Live Testing ChatGPT Algo Scripts on Youtube => https://www.youtube.com/@AltcoinPodcast/featured --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cryptopodcast/support

FT News Briefing
Tesla sees a bumpy road ahead

FT News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 10:30


Tesla reported record revenues last quarter, the Bank of Canada signalled it would pause interest rate rises, and trillions of dollars each day are gushing into a US Federal Reserve facility designed to mop up excess cash in the financial system. Mentioned in this podcast:Tesla aims to build 1.8mn cars this year but warns of challengesUS economic growth set to have slowed in fourth quarter of 2022Investors pump trillions of dollars a day into ultra-safe Fed facilityBank of Canada signals likely pause in tightening after latest interest rate riseCentral banks should sacrifice ambitions of a perfect economic landing FT podcast surveyThe FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon, Sonja Hutson and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, Michael Lello, David da Silva and Gavin Kallmann. Topher Forhecz is the FT's executive producer. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Jon Marks & Ike Reese
Baldy on Eagles/Niners and how he sees it going down

Jon Marks & Ike Reese

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 24:27


The guys bring on Baldy to talk Eagles/Niners and more.

The Bridge Bible Church
17. When the world sees you...

The Bridge Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 38:10


Pastor Nate Coleman continues our series on the Book of Acts on January 22nd, 2023.

Memes Throughout the ages
Memes Throughout the ages episode 79: Zoolander Sees Hansel On The Red Carpet

Memes Throughout the ages

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 32:25


Today we talk about the time Derek Zoolander saw Hansel on the red carpet.

The CI Morning Breakdown DFW
Dallas comprehensive plan is set for an update & Plano's Haggard Farms sees development

The CI Morning Breakdown DFW

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 14:08


This episode gives an update on Dallas' comprehensive plan, ForwardDallas, which is set for a major update. Plus, Community Impact reporter Michael Crouchley zooms in on the development of Haggard Farms, one of the last large sites left to develop in Plano.  The DFW Breakdown is a production of Community Impact. This episode was produced by Olivia Aldridge with assistance from Summer El-Shahawy and editing by Marie Leonard. ***Link to patron program: www.communityimpact.com/patron

Fearless with Mark & Amber
184. | Grassroots sees WIN in Elkhart County

Fearless with Mark & Amber

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 43:36


This past Tuesday, January 17th, the Elkhart, Indiana County Commissioners voted on a resolution to support Indiana state legislators in their efforts this legislative session to repeal the state's obscenity exemption loophole. If you've seen “The Mind Polluters”, you know that 43 of our 50 states in America have, written into state law, exemptions for schools and libraries to commit felonies in showing and distributing obscenity to minors. Read more on the blog: https://www.fearlessfeatures.org/post/win-for-grassroots-taking-action Elkhart County Resolution: https://b47e3a5e-3f9c-4091-98bb-2c3b0ea2fc11.usrfiles.com/ugd/b47e3a_0ef0a5d20720412ba0f3c0e75c6372be.pdf SB12: https://b47e3a5e-3f9c-4091-98bb-2c3b0ea2fc11.usrfiles.com/ugd/b47e3a_f23205389238467a83e824fde8fc70c8.pdf HB1130: https://b47e3a5e-3f9c-4091-98bb-2c3b0ea2fc11.usrfiles.com/ugd/b47e3a_7113d2c689244832b1e77e24d66958c6.pdf Follow Purple for Parents Indiana to stay up to date on SB12 and HB1130 https://www.facebook.com/purpleforparentsofindiana Facebook, Instagram may lift ban on bare breasts: https://nypost.com/2023/01/18/facebook-instagram-told-to-allow-bare-breasts-free-the-nipple/

The Road to Retirement with Tripp Limehouse
The Road to Retirement Tripp Limehouse breaks down the top ten mistakes he sees people making and offers some tips to avoid them.

The Road to Retirement with Tripp Limehouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 48:15


Planning for retirement is certainly a challenge. A new survey by Natixix of financial advisors asked what are the biggest mistakes they see their clients and potential clients are making. Tripp Limehouse breaks them down and offers some ways to avoid the most common mistakes in retirement planning. To connect with Tripp call 800-940-6979. Visit LimehouseFinancial.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Checkpoint
Weather: Fire warnings as Christchurch sees scorcher day

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 2:37


Now to Christchurch, where the garden city has been treated to a scorcher today. The mercury has been steadily rising - sparking a warning from Fire and Emergency.. Our reporter Anna Sargent has been out and about in the streets of Otautahi and joins Lisa Owen with the details.

Wait, Whaaat Are You Watching!?
Ep 51 - Curse of the Man Who Sees UFOs with Ken

Wait, Whaaat Are You Watching!?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 83:08


In this episode, Elaine welcomes a teacher, historian, and self-proclaimed pop culture nerd, Ken to the show to discuss a documentary called, Curse of the Man Who Sees UFOs. Ken talks about his personal experiences with UFOs, his dad's paranormal book, and, the documentary Ken says he tries to watch at least once every year. What starts as a documentary about UFOS turns into something heartbreaking and sweet.Watch Curse of the Man Who Sees UFOs:https://tubitv.com/movies/499283/curse-of-the-man-who-sees-ufos?utm_campaign=web-sharingBigfoot Diaries Available NOW:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BQXVZLSC

Roots Student Ministry Podcast
109. Pro Tip: The decisions no one sees build the reputation everyone remembers

Roots Student Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 15:05


Your integrity matters. Integrity is being the same person with your friends than you are with adults. Integrity is being the same person when you're alone and when you're with people. Integrity is choosing to make the right decisions even when no one else is choosing to make the right decisions. The decisions that you make that no one sees builds a good reputation that everyone remembers.

The Daniela Cambone Show
Once Thinking Gold Was Left for Dead, Trader Now Sees It Hitting $3,000

The Daniela Cambone Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 36:44


"Gold has been making all-time highs, the dollar is making six-month lows... There's a strong negative correlation between the dollar and stocks," says JC Parets, founder and CEO of allstarcharts.com. "Gold is not an inflation hedge, it's proven to be a hedge against profitability," he tells Daniela Cambone on this episode of of Powershift: Outlook 2023. "The narrative was put to bed during rampant money printing... Gold is outperforming all of its alternatives," Parets continues. "We are talking about decadeslong trends for gold, and we may only be in the second inning," he predicts. "The demand is absorbing supply with each test of a level for gold," Parets says. "I'm bullish silver because I'm bullish gold. When gold is doing well silver is going to outperform it... the beta works in both directions," he states. "The S&P 500 is one of the worst indexes in the world, because of its exposure to growth stocks," Parets continues. "The stock market bottomed seven months ago in June of 2022... Every single sector is up since then, investors are looking at their charts upside down if they think we are in a bear market," he states. "Money goes where its treated best, it's about relative strength versus relative weakness," he concludes.

AJC Passport
‘Leopoldstadt' Actor David Krumholtz Sees Tom Stoppard's Holocaust Play as the Role of a Lifetime

AJC Passport

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 28:20


Since its Broadway opening last fall, Tom Stoppard's “Leopoldstadt,” a play about a multigenerational Jewish family in Vienna, based on Stoppard's own family history, has been met with critical acclaim. Hear from celebrated actor David Krumholtz, who plays the patriarch of the family, on how his Jewish identity has been transformed by the role, why he speaks to his young children about antisemitism, and the importance of Holocaust education today. _ Episode Lineup: (0:40) David Krumholtz __ Show Notes: Leopoldstadt: Tickets and more information Photo credit: Joan Marcus Listen to:  Our most recent podcast episode: Shabbat Shalom No More? One Year Later, Colleyville Synagogue Wrestles with Impact of Hostage Crisis Follow People of the Pod on your favorite podcast app, and learn more at AJC.org/PeopleofthePod You can reach us at: peopleofthepod@ajc.org If you've enjoyed this episode, please be sure to tell your friends, tag us on social media with #PeopleofthePod, and hop onto Apple Podcasts to rate us and write a review, to help more listeners find us. __ Transcript of Interview with David Krumholtz: Manya Brachear Pashman:  Since its official Broadway opening on October 2 2022, Tom Stoppard's latest play Leopoldstadt has received widespread acclaim. One of the hottest tickets in town, it has been extended through July 2023. The drama follows multiple generations of a Viennese Jewish family over half a century, beginning in 1899. Through the Holocaust and beyond, the fictional family and the story is based on Stoppard's own. When he was in his 50s, the playwright learned that he was Jewish and had lost his grandparents and many other family members in the Shoah. With us now to discuss his role in the play is actor David Krumholtz, who plays Hermann Merz, the tragic patriarch of this fictional family who has converted to Catholicism for purposes of social and professional mobility, but discovers in the end it is to no avail. David, welcome to People of the Pod.  David Krumholtz: Thank you so much. Thanks for having me.  Manya Brachear Pashman: So I described your character as tragic, but it is a play about the Holocaust. So would you say all of the characters in this play are tragic? Would you agree? Walk our audience through Hermann Merz's approach to life, to his Judaism. David Krumholtz: I don't see the character as tragic at all, which is sort of a conversation I needed to have with Patrick Marber, our director before I even auditioned for the role. I think he's heroic in many ways. He's doing the very best he can for his family, and for the future generations of his family, and in doing so, he has had to shed his Judaism. You get the sense, though, that he was kind of raised in the religion of business. The most important thing he inherited, this textile factory from his father, and his father did very well. And it seems to me that he was groomed  to take over and bring it to great success, build it farther than his father could have ever imagined. And for the sake of his family, and for the sake of future generations. So, certainly converting to Catholicism in late 19th century Austria, was one of the ways to do that, you know, he wasn't labeled anymore, it opened up channels that he probably would have had a harder time getting in on. He did all that he possibly could do to benefit from the choice. And it's a choice, ultimately, that he must have known broke his mother's heart, and alienated him from his family, from the more religious members of his family. And yet, he did it anyway. And he does suffer for it. And it seems to me he's willing to suffer for it. But when we learn about him, is that at the very core of who he is, he is Jewish. At the first instance, of someone challenging his Judaism or, you know, mocking his Catholicism, he's ready to kill the guy, literally. So we get the sense that this is a very, very deep seated issue that comes from, as he explains through a story about his grandfather being bullied for being Jewish. It's true. There's a trauma there that he is doing this from, it's not all just business-minded and flippant. This is something that he has been tortured by his whole life by the time we meet him. Which is why he has so many strong opinions on Israel and the future of Jews, and assimilation in Austria. Vienna, being at the time, the cultural center of the world with an emperor king who emancipated Jews from all wrongdoing. And was a sort of Jewish sympathizer who gave Jews quite a lot of leeway that they didn't have prior to his reign. So things are looking up when we meet Hermann Merz, looking up not only for his business and his family, but for Jews in Vienna.  I think he has every right to feel positively about the future, think positively about the future, and not want to move his entire family to the middle of the desert. He's righteous in that indignation. And sadly, time tells a different story. The next, you know, 40 years of his life, teach him that his ideals and his hopes for the future were obsolete or were futile. And that's the tragedy of the story of Hermann Merz. But I don't view him as a tragic figure. Manya Brachear Pashman: But what you're referring to is there's a kind of an ongoing debate through the play between Ludvig, his brother in law, if I'm not mistaken, and Hermann, and that debate is about assimilation and what the definition of assimilation is. Ludvig says assimilation doesn't mean to stop being a Jew. Assimilation means to carry on being a Jew without insult. Would you agree with that definition? And would you consider yourself assimilated, by that definition or another? David Krumholtz: I think for the time in which the play is set, that is a very keen definition. The idea of being anything other than what religion you're raised in, identifying with a nationality, let's say, was a novel concept at the time. The term thrown around by Ludvig in that scene a couple times is the word ordinary Jew, ordinary Jews, meaning not rich, middle class Jews who don't have access to all the luxuries that my character does. And that's an interesting little phrase there. ordinary jew, What is an ordinary Jew, what separates us? What makes you know, a Hasidic Jew a Hasidic Jew, what makes an assimilated Americanized for instance Jew, the same Jew or a different Jew? What's the difference?  I personally like to think that there is only a matter of degrees of religiosity between the two. I would hope that as appreciative of I am as I am as an assimilated Americanized Jew, as appreciative as I am of the Hasidic community of the religiosity of the ultra Orthodox community, the Orthodox community, that those communities would be as appreciative of me, that there'd be no judging.  Especially at this point, 80 years, past a genocide that we all suffered through, where it didn't matter how religious you were, at the end of the day, all that mattered was what was on your birth certificate. And one would hope that, 80 years later, we're all sort of on equal footing with one another. And we've all carried on being Jews without insult in one way or another.  I grew up in New York City. I grew up in Queens, which is the most multi-ethnic, multinational place on Earth, believe it or not, per capita. Queens represents more nationalities than any place on Earth. Just the borough of Queens alone, not to mention the entire city of New York. So for me, there wasn't any corner to fit into, it was all a melting pot, and I could be whatever I wanted to be. And so over time, after Hebrew school, and having had my Bar Mitzvah, I felt strongly that I didn't necessarily relate or feel attracted to the more religious tenets of Judaism. But that culturally I was Jewish. And I've taken great pride in playing Jewish characters, and telling the story of Jewish people over the last 30 years, in my work, when I get the chance to. and so in that way, I've carried on being a Jew without insult, you know, it is part of my identity, this play has made me sort of realize how much of that identity I maybe took for granted at times. But for the most part, it's nice to be a part of something that makes a clear statement. And that statement is that Judaism is more than just a religion, it's a cultural existence, it is something unique unto itself. And there are, there's a lot to be proud of, there's a lot of amazing history to be cherished and celebrated, and to be celebrated as well. Manya Brachear Pashman: So how did you find your way to Leopoldstadt? And I will follow that up with a question of, how have you found your way to your Jewish heritage, kind of discovering what you might have taken for granted through Leopoldstadt? David Krumholtz: Patrick Marber, the director of Leopoldstadt, had his sights set on me. It flabbergasted me to be honest, I haven't done a stitch of theater in 30 years. I'm not your sort of prototype for the role on paper. And yet, he was enamored with my work and sensed that it would all pan out nicely. And so I don't look a gift horse in the mouth. So I took the opportunity.  My father would have loved this play. My father was a deeply devout Jewish culturalist at heart. You know, he grew up in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. He was surrounded by Jewish people, his upbringing was surrounded by old world Jews who had settled in America prior to the war, and Jewish survivors of the Holocaust who had just come back. That was his reality growing up as a kid in New York. And so these themes were an obsession for him his whole life. So I thought, well, one way to connect was to evoke the memory of my father, and so I did that, and in doing so, I came to some pretty tough realizations, one being my father was quite frustrated with me, and how I sort of abandoned the religion, early on in my life. There comes a time in, I think, in a lot of people's lives where they question the existence of God, they question the existence of biblical history. And that was happening to me and it frustrated my father a great deal, because he had a tremendous amount of faith. And it's only recently that I've had to take on quite a bit of faith in my life now that I'm a father and being an actor is a leap of faith. It took me a long time to realize that. I just know from doing this play, that it would have made my father very, very proud. And that if he could tell a story this is the story he would tell. And so, for me, rediscovering my Judaism, through this story, as a tribute to his life, is the formula for success. And for me finding greater pride and being Jewish than perhaps I've ever had before. Manya Brachear Pashman:   That's beautiful. This was not a typical role for you, and you hadn't done a stitch of theater for 30 years. I believe I read somewhere that, in fact, when you're making your commute into the city to do these shows, you call someone to kind of share how intimidated you are by this play, and that that call settles you down. Do you still do that? David Krumholtz:   There are certain days I just have to do that. The weight of this role is heavy. This is a heavy responsibility. In many ways, the role of Hermann is kind of, along with other roles in the play, but he's one of the anchors of this ship that is sailing to great success on Broadway, and that's not lost on me and you know, when I walk out of the theater at night and, and get teary eyed thank yous from our patrons, who clearly have been deeply impacted by what they've just seen. It's not lost on me. And so yes, you know, little old me on the way in, in my car to the city has to sometimes call anyone. But typically, my family, someone in my family and just sort of say, Hey, this is quite a mountain to climb and hang in here. But there are moments certainly where the pressure is enormous, and I feel unworthy of the glory of playing this role. It's just part of who I am. It's what motivates me. Those feelings of insecurity actually motivate a great  performance, or what I hope is a great performance. And, so I make those calls. And, you know, and like I said, they're family mostly because to me, family is just deeply important, and they know me better than anyone. Manya Brachear Pashman: Well, that leads me to ask about the family tree in Leopoldstadt, which plays a very important role. It's published in the program, so that you can study it. In fact, someone told us to study it before we even watch the play. I don't know if it made that much of a difference. It made so much more sense afterward. But there are, I believe, 31 characters in Leopoldstadt, is that right? 24 of them are members of this extended family. And even in the play, there's a reference to how confusing that family tree can be. Why? What's the point of that kind of complicated, many branches of that family tree? David Krumholtz:  Well, it's a stroke of brilliance by Tom Stoppard who's written quite a few pieces that are strokes of brilliance. It's purposeful. It's so that at the end of the play, when your frustration mounts at not knowing exactly who every character is, there's so many characters, and how they're related to each other. When that frustration mounts, you can equate that frustration with the fact that each one of those people, each one of those characters, individualism didn't matter. At the end of the day, they were killed for being something they couldn't help but be. They were killed for being Jewish. It didn't matter what their hopes were, what their dreams were, what their aspirations were, it didn't matter whose mothers were, who's who, you know, whose sons had mothers and whose mothers had sons. none of it mattered. Death is the final, there's so much finality in death.  And at the end of the play, we get a sense of that finality, that there is no coming back. There's only memory, there's only memory. And memory, for as impactful as memory can be at times, is also a thinly veiled representation of the real person. And so when our audiences walk out of the theater going, I didn't get to know that character, I didn't get to know that character…you knew as much as they knew about themselves, before they were killed, before their life ended. The frustration you feel with the frustration of generations worth of Jewish families that lost their loved ones. And that's the point. Yeah, Manya Brachear Pashman: You talk a lot about walking out of the theater and how you encounter audience members. My husband and I walked out of the theater, and we kind of stood off to the side, just really in stunned silence. We were still processing everything we had just watched and heard. And these two ladies came by and they were taking smiling selfies outside the right by the poster. And my husband and I were like, Did you just see the same play that we saw? shocked that, you know, they show it was there, you know, maybe first time on Broadway and you know, this was a Tom Stoppard play, it's exciting. But we were so kind of emotionally drained.  David Krumholtz: We've been told by a lot of audiences that they're not prepared to clap for us, when we take our vows, that the ending in the play is so deeply tragic and so stunning that suddenly there are these actors on stage taking their vows. And, our crowds aren't quite ready to process. The difference between what they just saw and reality, the difference between 1900 and 2023. And we feel it as well. And we are as a cast somewhat desensitized to the trauma of the play. But during the rehearsals, and during our first couple of weeks of runs, we all had a very, very, very difficult time processing the different, more depressing aspects of the play. There were countless tears shed. It was amazing for us to bond over something that we all clearly felt so moved by. So we're not surprised, we often have to remind ourselves, oh, this is the first time these people are seeing the show. And how it felt the first time we read it, or how it felt the first time we heard it out loud, or how it felt the first time we got it up on its feet and looked into each other's eyes and performed it. You know, we have to remind ourselves of how deeply impactful The show is. And it doesn't take much because at the end of most performances, we hear audible weeping in the in the crowd and we see it in the eyes of people standing to give us you know, an ovation and It's some of the most important work. You know, you always strive as an actor or an artist of any sort to do relevant work. So much of the work you do in between relevant work is down to whatever reasons, you know, whether it be to make a living or to, you know, to cement some future for yourself or whatever. And then in between, and then once in a while very rarely do you get to do something that is truly timeless, if you will. And that's what I believe about this play. It's timeless, in its impact. It tells the story of humanity in a very unique time. It's historical, and so the pride we all feel is just incredibly palpable. Manya Brachear Pashman:   And you should really, it is truly incredible. I also want to ask you how you've changed your behavior, what you have done, if anything. As a result of being part of this play, this is a very small thing I shared with you before we started recording, one of the lines during that comedic scene actually really pierced me and that was when the grandmother was looking through the photo album. And they don't know who people are here. She says, Well, here's a couple waving goodbye, but who are they? It's like a second death to lose your name and a family photo album. And I immediately burst into tears. And came home and started writing names on the back of photos in our family photo album because I realized, oh my goodness, what truth that line delivered. David Krumholtz:   Well, yeah, I think that theme of that desperation of clinging to memory desperately, is made all the more impactful when you realize that lives were meaninglessly lost. When tragedy strikes, memory both takes on more and less meaning. You know, because you're clinging so desperately to it, because you've lost something that you felt wasn't complete. And you're completing it in your memory, if you will. And yet it's just a memory. It's a Central as a memory, it exists here, maybe in your heart. But, there's no tangible proof that that person existed any longer. Again, it's Tom Stoppard hitting you over the head with a very, very bleak truth about the nature of murder of genocide, about the robbing of individual individuality, about the discounting of a person's dreams, of a person's hopes, of a person's family, of people's reliance on each, other dependence on each other. Just wiping people out of this general blanket of death. That memory becomes a more desperate thing. It's haunting, it's terribly haunting. And at the end of the play, we see the ghosts. What we essentially see, live in the flesh, is the new family photo album, filled with people that we just hope we can remember. And if we can't, then well, that's even more tragic.  Manya Brachear Pashman: Do you do anything different? Do you talk to your children differently about your Jewish traditions, history?  David Krumholtz: You know, I grew up incredibly frustrated by racism, because as I'm in my mid 40s, my generation grew up with the stories and the harrowing sort of, the wagging- be careful, you never know, this could happen again. I could touch and feel my great grandmother, I could see the tears in her eyes in recalling her memories. She lost 11 brothers and sisters in the Holocaust. And so I can see it. My kids can't.... So for me, it's just important. I debated – my daughter's eight, this is heavy fare for an eight year old. And I debated whether or not it was important that she see the play. I don't want to hurt her. I don't want to scare her. And at the same time, it's important that she knows and that the message is delivered by me. And so we're gonna have her come see the play before I'm done with it, and hopefully, that impacts the way it should. Manya Brachear Pashman: That's a wonderful point. I wrestle every day with how much to share with my children, because you don't want to scare them. Because you don't want them to run away from their Jewish traditions and heritage either out of here. I'm really grateful to the rabbi at our synagogue who, every Shabbat during the Mourners' Kaddish, will share six names of the 6 million killed. And my children will often look up at me when he mentions the name and age of a child that was killed during the Holocaust. It just highlights the importance of remembering, but doing so in a safe space, in a community, in a sacred space where we're all together, illustrating: we all survived, but it's important to remember those who didn't. When are you done with Leopoldstadt? David Krumholtz: I'm done March 12. Play is going through, as of right now it's extended to July 2, it may extend again, another wonderful actor is going to come in and take my place. I can't tell you who that is yet. I will have done six months. Something like 175 performances, for me, is plenty. This is a hard play to live through and live in the skin of and so, you know, I'm going to take my leave, but it's been transformative and the role of my life. It's just, for someone like Patrick Marber and Tom Stoppard, Sonia Friedman, to have believed in me, to the extent that they did to take on such a huge responsibility just means the world. And hopefully I can take that with me through to the next important job. Manya Brachear Pashman: Why is it important for people to see this play now? David Krumholtz: Well, we live in a time when, unfortunately or fortunately, where we can openly communicate our deepest darkest feelings to one another. Sometimes, those feelings are feelings of hatred. Sometimes those feelings are ignorant feelings of hatred, that are blanket generalizations based on small experiences that people may have had. People tend to use social media, for instance, to make things a lot more, a lot bigger than they are. And so something like a man with 11 million followers saying something anti semitic, can snowball very, very quickly into this kind of real world danger that the show presents that actually happened not too long ago. And so it's very important that now that people of all races, religions, creeds, this could happen to anyone. As Jew as Jews, we have to make sense of what happened to us. Part of making sense of what happened to us, I believe, is telling the story in order to warn not only our own people, but all minorities, all people that this could happen again, that this actually happened, that humanity did this, that hate created murder, can create  genocide. And it's our responsibility to pay the lesson we've learned forward, the painful lesson. It's easier to turn a blind eye, or to say, well, that's just Jewish people's problem. The truth is, it's a problem for all humanity. And so hopefully, we're not playing to a bubble of people who need to see this, want to see this, or are Jewish enough to see it.. And I think it has the power to be a play that's impactful for all people. And we found that to be true thus far, it's a really clearly communicated olive branch in a way to say, hey, we went through this, we're telling you this could happen. And stay safe, be smart, and love one another before your time's up. Manya Brachear Pashman: Thank you so much, and thank you for joining us to talk about it today.  David Krumholtz:  All right. My pleasure. Thanks for having me.

The Overview Effect with James Perrin
Blair Beattie sees a regeneration of human and planetary health

The Overview Effect with James Perrin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 55:13


Welcome to 2023! After a short break, I'm so excited to bring you more conversations with incredible people this year, starting with a wonderful friend of mine, Blair Beattie. Blair is the Founder of Farmer's Footprint Australia, which is a not-for-profit that gives voice to Australia's regenerative food story, and inspires, educates, and supports farmers to integrate regenerative practices. Farmer's Footprint Australia shares a vision with its sister organisation, Farmer's Footprint US, which was co-founded by Dr Zach Bush and works collaboratively to create global programs and initiatives that support the regeneration of human and planetary health. Blair is a great conversationalist and, as usual, this conversation is wide-ranging covering topics from the impacts of industrial agriculture, the story of glyphosate, and the commodification of our food system, right through to Blair's spiritual experiences with plant medicines, and how these experiences can give us a glimpse into a world bigger than ourselves. And one of the core essences of this convo was the metaphor that regenerative farming is for our daily lives; just like when tending a landscape we need to shift our focus from extracting a yield to cultivating the soil and creating conditions for growth to occur... how can we create the conditions in our lives for growth to happen, naturally, as the path of least resistance? EnjoySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

#WakeUpCLT To Go
Myers Park High School sex assault trial's second day sees Jane Doe's mother, sex assault expert testify: Thursday, Jan 19

#WakeUpCLT To Go

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 1:55


A jury of eight people was seated in the trial of a former Myers Park High School student against the city of Charlotte and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board of Education. 'The trial's second day saw Jane Doe's mother, identified in court as Mrs. Doe, take the stand to testify. The defense counsel for CMS questioned Mrs. Doe about the timeline of events after the November 2015 incident and what the family did. Mrs. Doe testified said her daughter was hospitalized for three days following the incident and never got a call from Myers Park in the days after to receive a formal statement from her daughter.  CMS's attorney followed up on this allegation by asking Mrs. Doe about an alleged phone call the Myers Park school resource officer, Bradley Leak, gave to her following her daughter's initial hospital visit for a sexual assault examination.  According to court records Leak, claims he called Mrs. Doe to go to the hospital and Mrs. Doe refused his offer.  Mrs. Doe said in her testimony in the hours after the incident she was solely focused on her daughter's mental and physical well-being.  CMS's attorney's continued to try and establish a pattern of Mrs. Doe barring the school from contacting or speaking with Jane Doe. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/local/wake-up-charlotte/myers-park-sexual-assault-lawsuit-news-charlotte/275-8231b017-8c6b-419b-97e8-a3913c356278 The revelation that classified materials were discovered at think tank offices formerly used by President Joe Biden, as well as at his Delaware home, has prompted questions on how the circumstances compare with the seizure last year of hundreds of documents marked as classified from Mar-a-Lago, the Florida residence of former President Donald Trump. Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday appointed a special counsel to investigate the matter. A side-by-side look at the similarities and differences between the two situations: READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/nation-world/trump-biden-classified-documents-comparison/507-12d7c3fb-9fed-421b-84a9-6efd0acb7ef7 Watch Wake Up Charlotte each weekday morning from 4:30 to 7 a.m. on WCNC Charlotte, and as always, join the conversation on social media using #WakeUpCLT! 

WCBS 880 All Local
A North Port Woman Claims Her Facebook Was Hacked for a Puppy Scam, The Campaign Against Congestion Pricing is now Bi-Partisan, and Conneticut Sees a Strong First Week in Legal Marajuana Sales

WCBS 880 All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 4:44


7 Layers
7 Layers: Fortinet Sees Nation States Teaming Up With Cybercriminals

7 Layers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 24:56


Fortinet's FortiGuard Labs recently released its predictions for 2023, highlighting the trend of advanced persistent cybercrime enabling a new wave of destructive attacks at scale, fuelled by cybercrime as a service. In this episode of the 7 Layers, Derek Manky, chief security strategist and VP of global threat intelligence at FortiGuard Labs, sat down with SDxCentral editor Nancy Liu to discuss security trends. Manky and the team at the labs have seen cyberattacks become more destructive in nature this year, as well as the emergence of reconnaissance-as-a-service. Ransom-as-a-service in particular involves more destructive attacks, “so it's becoming more bold,” he said, adding that “reconnaissance-as-a-service … we have not really seen this yet, but it's something I expect to see in 2023.” The labs also saw cybercrime converging with advanced persistent threat methods in 2022. Manky explained that advanced persistent cybercrime combines advanced persistent threat (APT), which has traditionally been used by nation-states to target critical infrastructure, with cybercrime that is financially motivated. “We're seeing a PTS of nation-state groups now teaming up with cybercriminal groups,” Manky said. “So In the private sector, I see them now worried about APT they were not before because APT groups teaming up with cybercrime groups, those destructive targeted threats are now hitting the private sector. It's the same thing on the public sector side. They typically have only been worried about APT, but now they are also expanding their focus to cybercrime because it's shared infrastructure and those groups are working together and the attacks are becoming highly targeted.” “So in the private sector, I see them now worried about APT that they weren't before because APT groups are teaming up with cybercriminal groups, these destructive targeted threats are now hitting the private sector. It's the same on the public sector side. They used to just worry about APT, but now they're widening their focus to cybercrime because it's a shared infrastructure and these groups are working together and the attacks are becoming very targeted”. Advanced persistent cybercrime “is our single biggest threat to expect in 2023 and beyond,” he added. To mitigate these threats, Manky is encouraging organizations to use solutions and principles such as artificial intelligence, security-as-a-service, secure access service edge (SASE), zero trust, and zero-trust networks access (ZTNA). “Cybercriminals are using artificial intelligence, so we need to on the defensive side do that to cybersecurity teams, so leveraging automation, orchestration, AI power, and security operations is a big effective measure that can go a long way without having to hire headcount and increase your opex,” he said. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Renewable Energy SmartPod
EDF Renewables Sees Stability in 2023

Renewable Energy SmartPod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 30:42 Transcription Available


Now that the calendar has turned to 2023, it's time to look ahead to what the coming year might have in store for the renewable energy industry. To peer into that crystal ball, a pair of executives from EDF Renewables join the show. Tristan Grimbert is the President and CEO of EDF Renewables. Raphael Declercq is Executive Vice President and serves as the CEO of the company's Onsite Solutions business unit, which operates under the PowerFlex brand.2023 is definitely going to be an interesting year. Elements of the Inflation Reduction Act should pick up momentum, but headwinds - including supply chain issues and transmission challenges – could make this year a tricky one for renewables.Tristan and Raphael offer their insights on all of those topics - and more. We also dive into the work of Powerflex and how the efforts of Raphael and his team fit into EDF Renewables' overall strategy of not just generating renewable energy, but also helping end-users optimize the storage and consumption of that renewable energy.ABS Quality Evaluations Global leader in business assurance servicesSign up for the Renewable Energy SmartBriefFollow the show on Twitter @RenewablesPod

Murphy, Sam & Jodi
Winnie the Pooh Day!! / Sam sees himself in a book for the Not So Serious Book Club / Big baby names for 2023

Murphy, Sam & Jodi

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 34:10


We'll get all set for Winnie the Pooh Day!!Sam sees HIMSELF in a book for the Not So Serious Book Club. The big baby names for 2023.

Biz Talks
Episode 135: Host CEO Adam Anderson Sees Bright Future for Avondale Global Gateway

Biz Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 28:04


On this week's episode, T. Parker Host Chairman and CEO Adam Anderson talks about a his company's $445 million deal to sell Avondale Global Gateway to the Port of South Louisiana — and his vision for how the 254-acre site will contribute to the future of south Louisiana river commerce.

Drew Berquist Live
CDC Sees Links Between Pfizer Vax & Strokes | Biden's Downfall Continues, More Docs Found | Ep 499

Drew Berquist Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 56:35


The CDC and FDA saw 'safety signals' in a study that indicates the Pfizer vaccine may lead to strokes. An investigation, albeit by the CDC who deserves no trust, is underway. Plus, more classified documents were found at one of Joe Biden's private residences, Speaker Kevin McCarthy says he is planning to release all the additional January 6th video footage to Congress and some very alarming moves are being made by the militaries of two enemies right in our backyard. RUMBLE: See the full LIVE show on Rumble. Subscribe, Watch and Engage at https://rumble.com/DrewBerquist LOCALS: Get Booze & Banter and Exclusive Content at https://DrewBerquist.Locals.com SUPPORT THE SHOW: Love Common Sense And Want To Keep Free Speech Alive? Support the Show. https://www.drewberquist.com/support/ SHOW SPONSORS AND AUDIENCE DISCOUNTS Mammoth Nation - Shop Conservative and push back against the woke left. Become a member at https://mammothnation.com/ and use promo code DREW to save 30% on your membership. Red Beach Nation - Whether you live at the beach, are traveling to one or just want to imagine yourself there…Red Beach's comfy patriotic apparel is sure to lift your spirits. Use promo code DREW and save 10% at https://RedBeachNation.com My Patriot Supply - Every family should have at least one three-month supply of food per person. Go to www.SurviveWithDrew.com to SAVE $150 and get FREE SHIPPING on your 3-Month Food Kits. My Pillow - Get the best night's sleep of your life and save! Use Promo Code DREW to save up to 66% off your purchase at https://MyPillow.com The Root Brands-Get rid of heavy metals and toxins in your body! Purchase Clean Slate and other Root Brands products here: https://therootbrands.com/shop/drewberquist Aura - The New Standard in Digital Security Honest Pricing. Serious Protection. Help When You Need It. Visit Aura.com/DREWBERQUIST and Save 40% LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new content every day.

Inside the ICE House
Episode 340: Andurand Capital's Mark Lewis Sees Through the Tempest of Climate Change

Inside the ICE House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 59:28


If, as the Bard said, “what's past is prologue,” then there is no better person to talk about the future of energy markets than Mark Lewis, Head of Climate Research for Andurand Capital Management. Mark pioneered the green finance discipline and now advises clients on investment opportunities created by energy transition. As the World Economic Forum gets underway in Davos, Mark shares his outlook for energy markets, unpacks new developments in carbon pricing, and explains how William Shakespeare had much to say on the environment and climate change.     Inside the ICE House: https://www.theice.com/insights/conversations/inside-the-ice-house

Arizona's Morning News
Arizona's north sees heavy snowfall, light rain in the Valley

Arizona's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 5:22


Flagstaff may see up to 10 more inches of snow, but in the Valley, storms are heading out and into southwest Arizona. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Next Room with Jane Asher
Calista Sees White Butterflies

The Next Room with Jane Asher

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 32:07


Calista Stuttard is from Melbourne, Australia and listens to The Next Room Podcast. She shared her story with me via email and I promptly invited her to share her story with me "live". She is a bright light who is spiritually connected and transparent. Please join me know as I welcome another inspired soul to share her story through grief on The Next Room. Find out more about Jane Asher and The Next Room Connect with Jane Asher and The Next Room podcast here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News
1165: SCARAMUCCI SEES BITCOIN AT $50K to $100K - HERE'S WHEN!!

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 29:08


Crypto bull Anthony Scaramucci, managing partner of SkyBridge Capital and former White House communications director for the Trump administration called 2023 a “recovery year” for Bitcoin (BTC) and predicted it could trade at $50,000 to $100,000 in two to three years. “You are taking on risk but you're also believing in [Bitcoin] adoption. So if we get the adoption right, and I believe we will, this could easily be a fifty to one hundred thousand dollar asset over the next two to three years,” Scaramucci said. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Vine Austin
OVERLOOKED: Hagar And The One Who Sees

The Vine Austin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 27:32


The Vine is beginning a series on women of the Old Testament which we will call "Overlooked." In this week, we consider Hagar's story. We have daily readings for this series at thevineaustin.org/overlooked . Genesis 16 REFLECTION QUESTIONS: 1. What if anything has been meaningful for you with the daily readings? What questions emerged? 2. What has stayed with you from the sermon- either something encouraging, confusing, or difficult? 3. Read Genesis 16:1-6. What do you think was going on in the minds and hearts of Sarai and Abram? 4. Mark shared that some of our greatest regrets in life come not from wanting a bad thing, but from the impatient decisions while waiting for a good thing. What are you tempted to do when you wait for God's delayed plan? 5. Read Genesis 16:7-14. What is so surprising with this story? Where do you find hope? 6. Consider how your life would be different if you remembered that God's name is The One who Sees and Hears.

Pete Mundo - KCMO Talk Radio 103.7FM 710AM
More Biden Docs, Independence Sees Success with 4-Day School Week | 1-16-23

Pete Mundo - KCMO Talk Radio 103.7FM 710AM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 57:06


More Biden Docs, Independence Sees Success with 4-Day School Week | 1-16-23See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Revelation Wellness- Healthy & Whole
#761 REVING the Word: "When You Face Rejection: The One Who Sees" (Genesis 16:13) - Katrina Canfield (Endurance)

Revelation Wellness- Healthy & Whole

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 41:21


REVING the Word is a coached Christian workout perfect for running, walking, interval training, or moving your body. Today, we're bringing you a brand new REVING the Word coached by Katrina Canfield, Executive Director of Communications and former Lead Instructor here at Revelation Wellness. Friends, this episode is as honest and as vulnerable as they come, and we know you will be blessed by the tender message Katrina has for us today.  Katrina reminds us that in the hurt and pain of rejection—just as Hagar experienced in the Bible—there is a God who meets us with a radical love that heals the wounds of feeling like we've been rejected. Hagar met God in Genesis 16:13, and said, “I have now seen the One who sees me.” Just as Hagar experienced, may this episode remind each of us who have walked through the pain of rejection that we are seen and deeply known by One who sees us. Here at Revelation Wellness, we know how important it is to gather together in person in 2023! Come away with us to beautiful Lake Geneva, Minnesota for Rest + Rebuild!  It's so good for us to gather in community to connect, rest, and worship the Lord, and we want you with us! Space is limited, so be sure to secure your spot. See you there! We're also hitting the road and bringing the freedom party to a city near you! From coast to coast, you can sign up to attend Rev on the Road! First up— Knoxville, TN! We're coming for you this weekend! We love our Rev community and think you will too! Be sure to get connected with us at: The Official Revelation Wellness Facebook / Instagram / RevWell TV / Youtube   Your reviews matter to us and help spread the good news, so please leave us one where you listen to your podcast! If we read your review on our show, we'll send you a free gift from the Revelation Wellness Store!   We'd also love to hear from you! So leave us a VOICE MESSAGE here!  Tell us what you thought about this episode and how God met you in this workout. Playlist:  A Thousand More (Live) - Thrive Worship I Ain't Worried - One Republic Pump It Up - Endor Next Level (featuring Soul Glow) - LZ7 Runaway (U & I ) - Galantis Back in Your Heart - Jr. J I Am Fearless - Easy McCoy Finale (Netsky Remix) - Madeon Just As Good (featuring Elle Holcombe) - Chris Renzema Lay It All Down - Will Reagen and United Pursuit  

Revelation Wellness - Healthy & Whole
#761 REVING the Word: "When You Face Rejection: The One Who Sees" (Genesis 16:13) - Katrina Canfield (Endurance)

Revelation Wellness - Healthy & Whole

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 41:21


REVING the Word is a coached Christian workout perfect for running, walking, interval training, or moving your body. Today, we're bringing you a brand new REVING the Word coached by Katrina Canfield, Executive Director of Communications and former Lead Instructor here at Revelation Wellness. Friends, this episode is as honest and as vulnerable as they come, and we know you will be blessed by the tender message Katrina has for us today.  Katrina reminds us that in the hurt and pain of rejection—just as Hagar experienced in the Bible—there is a God who meets us with a radical love that heals the wounds of feeling like we've been rejected. Hagar met God in Genesis 16:13, and said, “I have now seen the One who sees me.” Just as Hagar experienced, may this episode remind each of us who have walked through the pain of rejection that we are seen and deeply known by the One who sees us. Here at Revelation Wellness, we know how important it is to gather together in person in 2023! Come away with us to beautiful Lake Geneva, Minnesota, for Rest + Rebuild!  It's so good for us to gather in community to connect, rest, and worship the Lord, and we want you with us! Space is limited, so be sure to secure your spot. See you there! We're also hitting the road and bringing the freedom party to a city near you! From coast to coast, you can sign up to attend Rev on the Road near you! First up— Knoxville, TN! We're coming for you this weekend! We love our Rev community and think you will too! Be sure to get connected with us at: The Official Revelation Wellness Facebook / Instagram / RevWell TV / Youtube   Your reviews matter to us and help spread the good news, so please leave us one where you listen to your podcast! If we read your review on our show, we'll send you a free gift from the Revelation Wellness Store!   We'd also love to hear from you! So leave us a VOICE MESSAGE here!  Tell us what you thought about this episode and how God met you in this workout. Playlist:  A Thousand More (Live) - Thrive Worship I Ain't Worried - One Republic Pump It Up - Endor Next Level (featuring Soul Glow) - LZ7 Runaway (U & I ) - Galantis Back in Your Heart - Jr. J I Am Fearless - Easy McCoy Finale (Netsky Remix) - Madeon Just As Good (featuring Elle Holcombe) - Chris Renzema Lay It All Down - Will Reagen and United Pursuit  

San Diego News Fix
Birch Aquarium sees its first-ever pregnant male seadragon

San Diego News Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 20:02


For the first time ever, the Birch Aquarium is home to a pregnant male seadragon. Leslee Matsushige is the aquarium's resident seahorse expert.

The John Batchelor Show
#PacificWatch: Fresno sees San Joaquin River near flood as the Eighth Atmospheric River sweeps over CA. @JCBliss

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 8:37


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. Queensland 1927 @Batchelorshow #PacificWatch:  Fresno sees San Joaquin River near flood as the Eighth Atmospheric River sweeps over CA.  @JCBliss https://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/article271197812.html

Boardgame Mechanics
Episode 247: Our Top 100 Games of All Time (20-11) or If Jason Sees You In Public You Don't Have to Try and Make Conversation Because He Will Politely Ignore You So You Don't Have To

Boardgame Mechanics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 73:18


Episode 247: Our Top 100 Games of All Time (20-11) Introduction:  News:  Play Rewind Eject - 11 days, $25/$75 Games played:  Orichalcum 221B Baker Street: The Master Detective Game Our Top 100 Games of All Time (20-11):   Jason 20 - The Voyages of Marco Polo Katie 20 - London Jason 19 - Lisboa Katie 19 - Obsession Jason 18 - Hadara Katie 18 - Lorenzo il Magnifico Jason 17 - Abomination: The Heir of Frankenstein Katie 17 - Merlin Jason 16 - Concordia Katie 16 - Wingspan Jason 15 - London  Katie 15 - Genotype Jason 14 - Obsession Katie 14 - Elysium Jason 13 - Bruges Katie 13 - Red Rising Jason 12 - Pret-a-Porter Katie 12 - The Gallerist Jason 11 - Tzolk'in: The Mayan Calendar Katie 11 - Rajas of the Ganges  Closing:

Streams of Income
What Jimmy Sees as the Future for Amazon Sellers for 2023 and Beyond - 179

Streams of Income

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 27:53


In this episode, Ryan chats with returning guest Jimmy Smith about changes Amazon has made and how that will affect us as sellers. We even dug into the topic of how to leverage artificial intelligence to create new product listings.   Jimmy's Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/@askjimmysmith   5 Steps to Prepare your Amazon Business for 2023 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDhtZFv5DJY   ChatGPT: How to Use ChatGPT for Amazon & eCommerce Businesses Artificial Intelligence - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izWO0cst7W4   https://chat.openai.com/

OKC-82 Podcast
Thunder win 133-114 in Philly. Shai sees BBQ Chicken and Giddey was awesome again.

OKC-82 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 52:17


The guys are back and reacting to the Thunder's 133-114 win against the Philadelphia 76ers. Shai has 37, Giddey was awesome again and we discuss who we'd vote for as All-Star Starters. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter! @IAmMattBurton @DrakeVittitow @NotAConn

Wrighty's House
João Félix Sees Red As Fulham Beat Chelsea, the WSL's Return, and a Weekend Lookahead

Wrighty's House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 55:15


Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Mayowa Quadri to chat a bit about the event unveiling the new Emirates Stadium artwork (01:48), before a discussion about Emma Raducanu and the negative press coverage of young athletes (07:03). They then move on to some football, giving flowers to Gilly Flaherty on her retirement (18:31), discussing the Barclays WSL's return, quickly chatting about Fulham's win over Chelsea in the Premier League (30:54), and looking ahead to the weekend's North London and Manchester derbies. Host: Ian Wright Guests: Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Mayowa Quadri Producers: Ryan Hunn, Roscoe Bowman and Jonathan Fisher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

African Father in America
When You Show The Moon To A Child It Sees Only Your Finger | AFIAPodcast

African Father in America

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 68:04


Greetings Village! #DailyAfricanProverbs takes us to #Zambia The Proverb says: "When you show the moon to a child it sees only your finger." This Zambian proverb talks about how children see the world differently from us adults and how we must be mindful of how we convey our knowledge and experiences to younger generations. We often forget how different their perspective is and fail to appreciate the child's viewpoint, instead just assuming that they will understand what we are trying to say on our terms. When teaching or explaining something to a child, it is important to find ways to make it understandable for them - because when you show them the moon, they may only see your finger. Join us on #AFIAPodcast to listen to our latest episode at 6 am PST/5 pm EAT Share your thoughts on this proverb in the comments below. SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn Book Your Next Adventure: https://onevibeexperience.com/10-day-kenya/#book-now My New Book: Get your copy of Rooted In Love and dive deep into the world of love, and self-discovery. https://store.bookbaby.com/book/rooted-in-love RESOURCES: 1. Descript: Get the perfect production setup with Descript - the audio and video editing experts that make sure your content looks top-notch. https://www.descript.com/?lmref=877QnQ 2. Hostwinds: Get your web hosting sorted with HostWinds – the Webhosting experts that make sure you don't have to worry about your website. https://www.hostwinds.com/12980.html 3. Ecamm: Get the perfect streaming setup with Ecamm Live - the live streaming experts that make sure your show looks polished and professional. https://www.ecamm.com/mac/ecammlive/?fp_ref=simon80 ******************************

WWUTT
WWUTT 1854 Isaiah Sees God (Isaiah 6:1-13)

WWUTT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 26:24


Reading Isaiah 6:1-13, the famous chapter where Isaiah sees God in His heaven with His robe filling the temple, as the Lord sends him out to be a prophet to the nations. Visit wwutt.com for all our videos!

KINGS DREAM LIVE [Podcast]
What This Mega Church Pastor Sees From the Pulpit May Shock You...

KINGS DREAM LIVE [Podcast]

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 55:51


Football Daily
Felix sees red & who is the 'Enigma'?

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 43:35


Steve Crossman presents the latest edition of Euro Leagues. He's joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Mina Rzouki to chat about Joao Felix's move to Chelsea and the chaos of the French FA. The team also discuss Gareth Bale's retirement and his legacy in Spain, as well as Juventus' resurgence in Serie A. Gerard Pique's Kings League and the mystery ‘Enigma' player are also discussed.

AT HOME with Byron Katie
#89: My Son Sees Me As A Psycho Puppet

AT HOME with Byron Katie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 53:11


Lourdes is angry because her son retaliates when she's quiet and called her “a psycho puppet.” She wants space to be quiet, to be herself. Join Lourdes and me as together we make sense of the situation with her son.   Join me March 10-19 in fabulous Los Angeles, California at The School for The Work. xoxo bk Register here: https://thework.com/sftw-participant-registration/.   Don't miss Byron Katie every M-T-W, 9-10 am Pacific Time. Register: athomewithbk.com   If you enjoy this podcast, please give us a five-star rating and review on iTunes, subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts, and invite your friends to join us. Follow Byron Katie on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Byron Katie's Books: “Loving What Is” (New Revised Edition) “I Need Your Love—Is That True?” “A Thousand Names for Joy” “A Mind at Home with Itself”   The Work App is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The Work of Byron Katie is available at thework.com.