I guess to truly be a fandango I would need a partner and maybe some castanets, but the loose rock fandango can get pretty elaborate with elements of modern dance, hokey pokey, ballet and of course, some jazz hands thrown into the mix. The expression “dance like no one is watching'' comes to mind and I certainly hope so. The photos are mine. I thought you'd like to see the fraction of the Galiuro Mountains (Galuros!) I poke around in. Shin daggers are Agave schottii and the photo is of a very small clump. Multiply those by several hundred thousand and you get an idea of what you're hiking in on many mesas and slopes. Yikes and ouch! But hey, walking slowly and observing the flora, fauna, geology and distant vistas is the most wonderful thing. Life is beautiful. Yeah, it is.
We conclude our Destiny review and as expected, not even SEED mode can save this plane from crashing. The back half is full of twists that don't make sense and super weapons that fire every few episodes for good measure. Lil' Djibril is more trigger happy than ever, Shin kills Captain McSacrifice, somehow Mwu returns, the writers assassinate Lunamaria's character, Yuna's plan falls flat, Destroy triggers the inverse ninja law, and Talia becomes the worst mom ever at the last minute. Plus, we contemplate obvious next steps for the upcoming SEED film: The Return of George Glenn: Revenge of the Whales!
When making mokuhanga there are many way to get to the final product. However you get there, you need to enjoy every single moment you have with it. So many twists and turns, indulging your passions with your work, anything can happen. On this episode of The Unfinished Print I speak with printmaker Karen Pittman. With her varied CV, Karen has explored many ways of making, of creating. Her influences come from the traditional, working from the ground up. Karen's mokuhanga exudes that tradition, the patience and serenity of a seasoned mokuhanga artist. I speak with Karen Pittman about how she got involved with mokuhanga, her time at Mokuhankan and David Bull, her blog; Vivid Laboratories, he own work and what she learned from her mother as an artist. Please follow The Unfinished Print and my own mokuhanga work on Instagram @andrezadoroznyprints or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Notes: may contain a hyperlink. Simply click on the highlighted word or phrase. Artists works follow after the note. Pieces are mokuhanga unless otherwise noted. Karen Pittman - blog, Instagram 星空に - By Starlight (2019) Balcones Canyonlands (2020) Annie Bissett - is an American mokuhanga printmaker and graphic designer based in Rhode Island, USA. Her work touches on politics, and beauty. Her interview with The Unfinished Print cane be found, here. Annie's work can be found, here. April Vollmer - is a mokuhanga artist based in New York City. She has been working in the medium for over thirty years. Her book, Japanese Woodblock Print Workshop, is a classic of the genre and a fantastic instructional book on mokuhanga. Her interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here. Zea Mays Workshop - is a printmaking workshop located in Florence, Massachusetts, USA. They conduct in person and online workshops, as well as tutorials and private lessons for many types of printmaking. More info, here. temari - (手まり） is a Japanese folk art where balls are embroidered with different types of decorations. They are used as toys, gifts, games, or for collection. More info can be found about this delightful craft, here. For Karen Pittman's temari balls, you can find them here. two point perspective - also known as linear perspective, is a drawing style which creates a 3D perspective on a two dimensional surface. It is one point of the three points of perspective. One point perspective is where the vanishing point is on the horizon line, and three point perspective is where three points are on the horizon line. The above information is found on The Virtual Instructor, by Matt Fussell, where all points are discussed in detail. Naoshima (直島) - is a an island and part of an archipelago of islands located between Shikoku and Honshu islands in Japan. It is known for its comteporary art galleries, fishing, and nature tourism. More info, here. shin hanga - is a style of Japanese woodblock printmaking which began during the end of the ukiyo-e period of Japanese printmaking, in the early 20th Century. Focusing on the foreign demand for “traditional” Japanese imagery and motifs such as castles, bridges, famous landscapes, bamboo forests, to name just a few. Shin hanga was born in 1915 by Watanabe Shōzaburō (1885-1962) when he found Austrian artist Frtiz Capelari (1884-1950) and commissioned Capelari to design some prints for Watanabe's feldgling printing house . From there shin-hanga evolved into its own distinct “new” style of Japanese woodblock printing. It lasted as this distinct style until its innevitable decline after the Second World War (1939-1945). Emil Orlick (1870-1932) - 日本の刷り師 (1901) Yoshida Family of Artists - The Yoshida's are one of the most famous family of artists from Japan. Begun with painter Yoshida Kasaburō (1861-1894), made famous by Yoshida Hiroshi (1876-1950) and his work with woodblock printing. The Yoshida family has helped shape many artists around the world. More info from the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, here. Tōshi Yoshida (1911-1995) - 白塀 (Shirobei) Studio Ghibli - (株式会社スタジオジブリ) is an animation production house based in Tōkyō, Japan. The studio was founded in 1985 by Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata (1935-2018), and Toshio Suzuki. It has a long line of animated films which have influenced artists, and animators around the world. One such film is Princess Mononoke (もののけ姫) an historical fantasy taking place during the Muromachi Period (1336-1573 CE) of Japan. It is a fantasy story based on the relationship between nature, gods, and man. More info can be found here for Ghibli. David Bull - is a Canadian woodblock printmaker, and educator who lives and works in Japan. His love of mokuhanga has almost singlehandedly promoted the art form around the world. His company, Mokuhankan, has a brick and mortar store in Asakusa, Tōkyō, and online, here. The Seacoast in Autumn from the My Solitudes Series (2007-2009) Mokuhankan - is a brick and mortar woodblock print shop located in Asakusa, Tōkyō. It is a learning and working space, where it sells the works of artist Jed Henry, master carvers of the past, and various print series. All are printed and carved by Mokuhankan printmakers and carvers. Started by printmaker David Bull as a way to sell his own series and reprints of old carvers of the past, Mokuhankan has grown exponentially over the years and is a must visit when coming to Tōkyō. More info, here. Awagami Mini Print Exhibtion - is a an exhibiton sponsored by the Awagami Factory. Awagami is a company which produces washi in Tokushima, Shikoku, Japan. This exhibtion, focuses on small size prints. More info can be found, here. Cameron Hilker - was an employee at Mokuhankan from 2017-2022. Cameron worked at Mokuhankan as the Businnes Operations and Social Media Marketing Manager. His interview with The Unfinished Print, can be found, here. Asakusa, Tōkyō - is a vibrant and exciting part of the metropolis of Tōkyō. It is rich with history, and rich in the tradition of entertainment, theatre, and religion. Today, Asakusa is known for it's temple system, with Sensō-ji as its centrepiece. Shopping, within the Nakamise, leading you from Kaminarimon to Sensō-ji, you are surrounded by so many opportunities to spend your money, it's quite the experience. You can also go to Kappa-bashi, where you can shop for kitchen-ware and random tchochke's. More information can be found at gotokyo.org. Don Quijote - (株式会社ドン・キホーテ) founded in 1989, Don Quijote is a chain of department stores located throughout Japan, parts of Asia and The United States. As a discount realtor, Don Quijote caters to tourists and locals who want a good price. More info can be found on their website, here. Daiso - (株式会社大創産業) founded in 1977, Daiso is a discount realtor based in Japan but with outlets throughout the world. While known for being “the 100 Yen shop", Daiso sells a variety of items at different price points. More info, here. Fabiola Gil Alares - is a mokuhanga artist and business person who lives and works in Spain. Her book on mokuhanga, Mokuhanga: Manual Ilustrado de Xilografia Japonesa, has become one of the go to books about mokuhanga, in any language. Her interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here. Her website can be found, here. Adentro Print which Karen helped to print when working at Mokuhankan. Owl In Moonlight (みみずくのうたた寝）printed by Mokuhankan. Based on a print by Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) Shin-Torinoko paper - is a mass produced, machine made Japanese paper that is relatively inexpensive. It comes in various weights and colours. More info can be found, here. Kitaro Japanese Paper Company - founded in 1872, Kitaro focuses on making high quality Japanese washi in Fukui Prefecture. More info, here. murasaki baren - is a mid-range mokuhanga baren. “murasaki” meaning “purple” , come in two types of weight (medium and heavy), and two types of sizes (10cm and 12cm). They are reasonably priced baren. McClains Woodblock Print Supply Co. - based in Portland, Oregon, McClains is the go to supplier of woodblock print tools in the United States. Their website can be found, here. The interview with the Unfinished Print with Daniel Jasa of McClain's can be found, here. mudabori - "waste carving" is a technique in mokuhanga which involves the artist carving away any unwanted wood deemed unecessary for their finished print. These can be guides, as to where the colour blocks will be carved, and then carved away later after it has served its purpose. More info can be found over at Mokuhankan, here. Edo Period (1603-1868 CE) pigments for mokuhanga - during the Edo Period, mixing four or five colours was common as they were mineral and vegetal pigments, which could last a long time. According to Japanese Print-Making by Tōshi Yoshida, the best colours to use for their steadfastness was sumi (black ink), gofun (shell powder), shu (Chinese vermillion), kuchinashi (jasmine/gardenia yellow), ai (indigo), and taisha (red ochre). John Amoss of Tanuki Prints in Georgia, has written and produced a video of some of his work with Mokuhankan, and his experience grinding traditional pigments with their team. You can find that, here. From David Bull's woodblock.com there is a posting about preparing powdered pigments in the traditional method, here. My interview with John Amoss can be found, here. Morning Tree by John Amoss (2022) Winsor & Newton - is a British artist supply company, started in 1832, which sells artist materials such as pigments, brushes, paper, etc. More info can be found, here. Print Austin - is an annual printmaking expo in Austin, Texas where artists of all different types of printmaking come and show their work. As Karen says in her interview, there are workshops, classes and interactive modules. More info can be found, here. New Leaf Gallery - is a relief print focused gallery located in Wybridge, Vermont, USA. More info can be found, here. Cormark International - is an international supplier of exotic woods, and are based in South Africa. More info, here. Ocooch Hardwoods - is a wood supplier based in Wisconsin. More info can be found, here. © Popular Wheat Productions opening and closing musical credit - One Love (LG Main remix) from From Illmatic to Stillmatic: The Remixes (2002) logo designed and produced by Douglas Batchelor and André Zadorozny Disclaimer: Please do not reproduce or use anything from this podcast without shooting me an email and getting my express written or verbal consent. I'm friendly :) Слава Україну If you find any issue with something in the show notes please let me know. ***The opinions expressed by guests in The Unfinished Print podcast are not necessarily those of André Zadorozny and of Popular Wheat Productions.***
Live from Token2049, a premier crypto event organized annually in Singapore and London, Josh Kriger meets the leading voices in the crypto space. David Shin and Youngsik Shin from Klaytn talk about the company's interesting roots and share what's going on with Klaytn and why it's globally significant to both the web2 and web3 worlds. Dreamer, the President at Kingdom Studios, also talks about their collaboration with Klaytn and how Kingdom Studios is gamifying DeFi Kingdom. Don't miss this episode to learn more about the market, the web3 gaming culture, and a blockchain solution everyone needs to know about from the founders and executives themselves.
Shin splints is one of the most common running injuries, but also one of the most commonly misunderstood. When people report having shin splints, the cause of the pain could be any number of things. Today on the podcast, Nate, Matt, and David discuss the truth behind shin splints. That lower leg pain could possibly be a stress fracture, medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS), or something else entirely. They discuss ways to understand symptoms & causes of shin pain, as well as tips for rehab and strengthening. Each month at DOR starting in 2022, a member of our team selects a charity of their choice to donate 10% of our monthly profits to. This month Senior Contributor Nathan Brown selected The Humble Hustle for our monthly giving! Humble Hikes program provides the chance to expand the youth's horizons and experience the world around them in a positive and healthy way. They provide education in environmental sciences, environmental activism, advocacy, and available resources in their community. To learn more, visit thehumblehustle.org. The Subjective: what running-related injury are you most interested in learning more about? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 4:18 - Breaking down the anatomy of the shin 6:35 - The structure of our bones 16:27 - Diagnosing shin pain 24:59 - Stress fracture vs. MTSS 34:29 - Causes of MTSS 45:04 - What do we do when we feel signs of MTSS? 54:11 - Rehabbing & strength training for MTSS 1:01:02 - How shoes can effect MTSS 1:08:06 - Wrap-up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support
Videos: Michael Moore ‘Optimistic' About Democratic Midterm Chances Because He Doesn't ‘Live in a Bubble' and Millions of Americans Aren't ‘Very Bright' (3:05) Dem Party Turns On Anti-War Democratic Primary Winner (2:16 to 5:28) Society is going to COLLAPSE -Neil Oliver ( 5:24) Fear Psychosis and the Cult of Safety – Why are People so Afraid? – Academy of Ideas (13:25) Study reveals the powerful pain-relieving properties of ashwagandha Nizam Institute of Medical Science (India), October 30, 2022 People experiencing knee joint pain and discomfort, particularly those with knee osteoarthritis, may find relief in an Ayurvedic medicine called ashwagandha(Withania somnifera). A study published in the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine found that the root and leaf extracts of ashwagandha relieve knee pain and discomfort caused by osteoarthritis. In the search for safe and effective natural pain relief treatments, researchers from Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) evaluated the efficacy and safety of the root and leaf extracts of ashwagandha in patients with knee joint pain and discomfort. Ashwagandha is known to contain analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and chondroprotective properties. In the study, the researchers recruited 60 patients with knee joint pain and discomfort. These participants received placebo capsules, 125 milligrams (mg) of ashwagandha extract, or 250 mg of ashwagandha extract twice a day for 12 weeks. The results revealed that participants who received doses of ashwagandha extracts experienced great reductions in pain, stiffness, and disability. Those who received the higher dose of ashwagandha, which was 250 mg, experienced even greater and faster effects than those who received the 125 mg dose. In addition, the ashwagandha treatment did not cause any side effect. Overall, both doses of ashwagandha extract caused significant reductions in pain, stiffness, and disability of patients in a dose-dependent manner without causing any side effect.Ashwagandha Root Supports Thyroid Hormone Levels Sudbhawana Hospital (India), October 31, 2022 Eight weeks of supplementation with Ashwagandha root extract were associated with normalization of the thyroid stimulating hormones (TSH), serum thyroxine (T4) and serum triiodothyronine (T3) in people with elevated TSH levels. “The results of the present study are in accordance with previous studies,” wrote the researchers in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. “The results indicate a possible role for ashwagandha in regulating HPT axis. The anti-stress and cortisol-lowering effect of ashwagandha may provide a suitable explanation for the current outcome.” Ashwagandha has been used traditionally as an adaptogen to rejuvenate health, maintain homeostasis, sustain normal thyroid function and maintain hormonal balance in human body. However, very few modern published papers have reported ashwagandha's beneficial effects on thyroid function. This is the first clinical study that supports the traditional claim of ashwagandha as a thyroid modulator. The new double blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study involved 50 people with elevated TSH levels. So called subclinical hypothyroidism is described as a thyroid disorder with no obvious symptoms of thyroid deficiency. Participants were randomly assigned to receive either ashwagandha supplements (600mg daily) or placebo for eight weeks. Results showed that ashwagandha significantly improved serum TSH, serum T4 and serum T3 levels, achieving change toward normalization of 19%, 45% and 21% respectively. “The outcome of the present study highlights the beneficial role of ashwagandha root extract for normalizing thyroid hormone levels in subclinical hypothyroid patients; however, further studies are required to elucidate the underlying mechanisms of ashwagandha,” concluded the researchers. Enzyme in Broccoli, Cucumbers and Avocados Reverses Aging In Cells Washington University School of Medicine, October 31, 2022 Researchers have zeroed in on an enzyme — found in natural foods like broccoli and cucumbers — that can slow the chronic conditions that come with age. Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have shown that supplementing healthy mice with a natural compound called NMN can compensate for this loss of energy production, reducing typical signs of aging such as gradual weight gain, loss of insulin sensitivity and declines in physical activity. The compound, called nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), is involved in producing another compound that is critical for energy metabolism. When they gave normal aging mice infusions of NMN, they made more of that energy-fueling compound and some of the biological problems associated with aging went away. The NMN-treated animals did not gain as much weight, they were able to convert food into energy more efficiently, their blood sugar was better–even their eyesight improved. The mice receiving NMN were also able to prevent some of the genetic changes associated with aging. “We have shown a way to slow the physiologic decline that we see in aging mice,” said Shin-ichiro Imai, MD, PhD, a professor of developmental biology and of medicine. “This means older mice have metabolism and energy levels resembling that of younger mice. Since human cells rely on this same energy production process, we are hopeful this will translate into a method to help people remain healthier as they age.” With age, the body loses its capacity to make a key element of energy production called NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide). Past work by Imai and co-senior author Jun Yoshino, MD, PhD, an assistant professor of medicine, has shown that NAD levels decrease in multiple tissues as mice age. Past research also has shown that NAD is not effective when given directly to mice so the researchers sought an indirect method to boost its levels. To do so, they only had to look one step earlier in the NAD supply chain to the NMN compound. “It's clear that in humans and in rodents, we lose energy with age,” says Imai. “We are losing the enzyme NMN. But if we can bypass that process by adding NMN, we can make energy again. These results provide a very important foundation for the human studies.” “Even though NAD synthesis was stopped only in the fat tissue, we saw metabolic dysfunction throughout the body, including the skeletal muscle, the heart muscle, the liver and in measures of the blood lipids,” Yoshino said. “When we gave NMN to these mice, these dysfunctions were reversed. That means NAD in adipose tissue is a critical regulator of whole body metabolism.” Meta-analysis of the efficacy of acupuncture in the treatment of the vascular cognitive impairment associated with cerebral small vessel disease Guangzhou Medical University (China), November 5, 2022 To systematically evaluate the efficacy and safety of acupuncture in the treatment of the vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) associated with cerebral small vessel disease (CSVD–VCI) and to provide a theoretical basis for clinical acupuncture treatment for CSVD–VCI. Ten articles on RCTs were included, involving 761 patients, i.e., 381 in the acupuncture group and 380 in the control group. The meta-analysis results indicated that the use of acupuncture alone and acupuncture alongside other therapies for CSVD–VCI could improve the overall clinical response rate, increase the patients' Montreal Cognitive Assessment scores, and activities of daily living scores. Conclusion: Acupuncture alone and acupuncture alongside other therapies are superior to non-acupuncture-based therapies in the treatment of CSVD–VCI. However, due to the small number of relevant available articles and their general low quality, this conclusion may be biased. More clinical RCTs with a larger sample size and higher quality are needed to support this theory. Kids with vitamin D deficiency more likely to develop asthma: 10-year study Telethon Kids Institute (Australia), November 1, 2022 The findings, published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, showed repeated bouts of vitamin D deficiency in early childhood were linked to higher rates of asthma at aged 10, as well as allergy and eczema. The study also found that allergic immune responses were more common in children with low vitamin D in the first few years, while children with vitamin D deficiency at 6 months of age were more likely to experience two conditions previously associated with heightened asthma risk: increased colonisation of the upper airways by harmful bacteria and increased susceptibility to severe lower respiratory infections involving fever. “We know vitamin D plays an important role in regulating the immune system and promoting healthy lung development…But while it has been suggested that inadequate vitamin D may be a factor contributing to the surge in asthma rates over recent decades, previous studies investigating the relationship have yielded conflicting results. There has been a lack of research looking at whether vitamin D deficiency is more detrimental at certain periods in childhood.” The study tracked vitamin D levels from birth to asthma onset, and it had shown a clear link between prolonged vitamin D deficiency in early childhood and the development of asthma. The paper states that the children were assessed at birth and at clinical follow-ups at the ages of 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 years, and relationships with clinical outcomes were examined. “Vitamin D deficiency in early childhood is associated with increased risk for persistent asthma, potentially through modulating susceptibility to early allergic sensitization, upper respiratory tract colonization with bacterial pathogens, or both. These relationships are only evident if vitamin D status is monitored prospectively and longitudinally,” the study concluded. “Australia is one of the few developed countries that does not fortify its food supply with Vitamin D and therefore it may not be a coincidence that we have the highest rates of allergic disease, including food allergies, in the developed world. We believe that Vitamin D supplementation trials in infancy are essential to answer this important public health question,” she said. Boost Memory, Regenerate Neurons with This Ancient Plant GreenMedInfo, November 1st 2022 Considering the fact that gingko biloba is the oldest known tree in existence (deemed for this reason a “living fossil“), isn't it poetic how this plant has also been used to promote long life as both a food and medicine in traditional cultures as well? A 2006 paper published in the European Journal of Neurology described a 24-week randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study showing an extract of this plant was as clinically effective as the blockbuster donepezil for mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease You will find gingko has been studied to have value in over 100 different diseases, and has been identified to have at least 50 distinct beneficial physiological actions. Isn't this amazing? It has been known that gingko can stimulate brain-derived neutrophic factor (BDNF), a protein found in the brain and in the peripheral nervous system which is essential in the regulation, growth and survival of brain cells, and which is especially important for long-term memory. The ability to increase BDNF, therefore, implies it will improve brain and cognitive function. Only recently a new mechanism behind gingko biloba's brain and neurological tissue healing properties been revealed in the publication of an article in Cell and Molecular Neurobiology titled, “Ginkgo Biloba Extract Enhances Differentiation and Performance of Neural Stem Cells in Mouse Cochlea.” In the new study researchers tested the premise that ginkgo biloba's wide range of benefits in the treatment of neural damage and disorders is due, in part, to its ability to positively modulate neural stem cells (NSC), a subpopulation of cells within the brain that as multipotent cells are capable of generating the many different types (phenotypes) of cells that make up the brain. Their results, using mouse cochlea-derived neural stem cells, showed a number of ways that gingko biloba exact (GBE) resulted in a beneficial effect: “Our data showed that GBE treatment promotes cell survival and NSC proliferation. In addition, GBE treatment also increases NSC differentiation to neurons and enhances the performance of mature neural networks evident by the increased frequency of calcium oscillation. Moreover, neurite outgrowth is also dramatically increased upon GBE treatment. Overall, our study demonstrates the positive regulatory role of GBE in NSC proliferation and differentiation into functional neurons in vitro, supporting the potential therapeutic use of GBE in hearing loss recovery.” It is noted that neural stem cell stimulation and subsequent brain repair has also been observed in preclinical research with a little known component of turmeric known as ar-turmerone, which is found in whole turmeric but not in the increasingly popular 95% standardized curcumin extracts of turmeric.
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It's no secret that a strong US dollar causes the rest of the world pain, but the impact of this year's rally is shaping up to be a bit different than previous episodes of dollar strength. Hyun Song Shin is the Economic Adviser and Head of Research for the Bank for International Settlements, which has just published a bulletin outlining why this particular dollar cycle is so unique. Shin has also done a ton of previous academic research on this exact topic — examining what happens to global trade and business investment when the dollar hits its highs. In this conversation, we talk to him about the impact of the dollar rally, what could stop it and what policymakers around the world can do to cope.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With family: 2 Kings 13; 2 Timothy 3 2 Kings 13 (Listen) Jehoahaz Reigns in Israel 13 In the twenty-third year of Joash the son of Ahaziah, king of Judah, Jehoahaz the son of Jehu began to reign over Israel in Samaria, and he reigned seventeen years. 2 He did what was evil in the sight of the LORD and followed the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, which he made Israel to sin; he did not depart from them. 3 And the anger of the LORD was kindled against Israel, and he gave them continually into the hand of Hazael king of Syria and into the hand of Ben-hadad the son of Hazael. 4 Then Jehoahaz sought the favor of the LORD, and the LORD listened to him, for he saw the oppression of Israel, how the king of Syria oppressed them. 5 (Therefore the LORD gave Israel a savior, so that they escaped from the hand of the Syrians, and the people of Israel lived in their homes as formerly. 6 Nevertheless, they did not depart from the sins of the house of Jeroboam, which he made Israel to sin, but walked1 in them; and the Asherah also remained in Samaria.) 7 For there was not left to Jehoahaz an army of more than fifty horsemen and ten chariots and ten thousand footmen, for the king of Syria had destroyed them and made them like the dust at threshing. 8 Now the rest of the acts of Jehoahaz and all that he did, and his might, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Israel? 9 So Jehoahaz slept with his fathers, and they buried him in Samaria, and Joash his son reigned in his place. Jehoash Reigns in Israel 10 In the thirty-seventh year of Joash king of Judah, Jehoash2 the son of Jehoahaz began to reign over Israel in Samaria, and he reigned sixteen years. 11 He also did what was evil in the sight of the LORD. He did not depart from all the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, which he made Israel to sin, but he walked in them. 12 Now the rest of the acts of Joash and all that he did, and the might with which he fought against Amaziah king of Judah, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Israel? 13 So Joash slept with his fathers, and Jeroboam sat on his throne. And Joash was buried in Samaria with the kings of Israel. The Death of Elisha 14 Now when Elisha had fallen sick with the illness of which he was to die, Joash king of Israel went down to him and wept before him, crying, “My father, my father! The chariots of Israel and its horsemen!” 15 And Elisha said to him, “Take a bow and arrows.” So he took a bow and arrows. 16 Then he said to the king of Israel, “Draw the bow,” and he drew it. And Elisha laid his hands on the king's hands. 17 And he said, “Open the window eastward,” and he opened it. Then Elisha said, “Shoot,” and he shot. And he said, “The LORD's arrow of victory, the arrow of victory over Syria! For you shall fight the Syrians in Aphek until you have made an end of them.” 18 And he said, “Take the arrows,” and he took them. And he said to the king of Israel, “Strike the ground with them.” And he struck three times and stopped. 19 Then the man of God was angry with him and said, “You should have struck five or six times; then you would have struck down Syria until you had made an end of it, but now you will strike down Syria only three times.” 20 So Elisha died, and they buried him. Now bands of Moabites used to invade the land in the spring of the year. 21 And as a man was being buried, behold, a marauding band was seen and the man was thrown into the grave of Elisha, and as soon as the man touched the bones of Elisha, he revived and stood on his feet. 22 Now Hazael king of Syria oppressed Israel all the days of Jehoahaz. 23 But the LORD was gracious to them and had compassion on them, and he turned toward them, because of his covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and would not destroy them, nor has he cast them from his presence until now. 24 When Hazael king of Syria died, Ben-hadad his son became king in his place. 25 Then Jehoash the son of Jehoahaz took again from Ben-hadad the son of Hazael the cities that he had taken from Jehoahaz his father in war. Three times Joash defeated him and recovered the cities of Israel. Footnotes  13:6 Septuagint, Syriac, Targum, Vulgate; Hebrew he walked  13:10 Jehoash is an alternate spelling of Joash (son of Jehoahaz) as in verses 9, 12–14; also verse 25 (ESV) 2 Timothy 3 (Listen) Godlessness in the Last Days 3 But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty. 2 For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, 3 heartless, unappeasable, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not loving good, 4 treacherous, reckless, swollen with conceit, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, 5 having the appearance of godliness, but denying its power. Avoid such people. 6 For among them are those who creep into households and capture weak women, burdened with sins and led astray by various passions, 7 always learning and never able to arrive at a knowledge of the truth. 8 Just as Jannes and Jambres opposed Moses, so these men also oppose the truth, men corrupted in mind and disqualified regarding the faith. 9 But they will not get very far, for their folly will be plain to all, as was that of those two men. All Scripture Is Breathed Out by God 10 You, however, have followed my teaching, my conduct, my aim in life, my faith, my patience, my love, my steadfastness, 11 my persecutions and sufferings that happened to me at Antioch, at Iconium, and at Lystra—which persecutions I endured; yet from them all the Lord rescued me. 12 Indeed, all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted, 13 while evil people and impostors will go on from bad to worse, deceiving and being deceived. 14 But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed, knowing from whom1 you learned it 15 and how from childhood you have been acquainted with the sacred writings, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus. 16 All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, 17 that the man of God2 may be complete, equipped for every good work. Footnotes  3:14 The Greek for whom is plural  3:17 That is, a messenger of God (the phrase echoes a common Old Testament expression) (ESV) In private: Psalm 119:145–176; Hosea 5–6 Psalm 119:145–176 (Listen) Qoph 145 With my whole heart I cry; answer me, O LORD! I will keep your statutes.146 I call to you; save me, that I may observe your testimonies.147 I rise before dawn and cry for help; I hope in your words.148 My eyes are awake before the watches of the night, that I may meditate on your promise.149 Hear my voice according to your steadfast love; O LORD, according to your justice give me life.150 They draw near who persecute me with evil purpose; they are far from your law.151 But you are near, O LORD, and all your commandments are true.152 Long have I known from your testimonies that you have founded them forever. Resh 153 Look on my affliction and deliver me, for I do not forget your law.154 Plead my cause and redeem me; give me life according to your promise!155 Salvation is far from the wicked, for they do not seek your statutes.156 Great is your mercy, O LORD; give me life according to your rules.157 Many are my persecutors and my adversaries, but I do not swerve from your testimonies.158 I look at the faithless with disgust, because they do not keep your commands.159 Consider how I love your precepts! Give me life according to your steadfast love.160 The sum of your word is truth, and every one of your righteous rules endures forever. Sin and Shin 161 Princes persecute me without cause, but my heart stands in awe of your words.162 I rejoice at your word like one who finds great spoil.163 I hate and abhor falsehood, but I love your law.164 Seven times a day I praise you for your righteous rules.165 Great peace have those who love your law; nothing can make them stumble.166 I hope for your salvation, O LORD, and I do your commandments.167 My soul keeps your testimonies; I love them exceedingly.168 I keep your precepts and testimonies, for all my ways are before you. Taw 169 Let my cry come before you, O LORD; give me understanding according to your word!170 Let my plea come before you; deliver me according to your word.171 My lips will pour forth praise, for you teach me your statutes.172 My tongue will sing of your word, for all your commandments are right.173 Let your hand be ready to help me, for I have chosen your precepts.174 I long for your salvation, O LORD, and your law is my delight.175 Let my soul live and praise you, and let your rules help me.176 I have gone astray like a lost sheep; seek your servant, for I do not forget your commandments. (ESV) Hosea 5–6 (Listen) Punishment Coming for Israel and Judah 5 Hear this, O priests! Pay attention, O house of Israel! Give ear, O house of the king! For the judgment is for you; for you have been a snare at Mizpah and a net spread upon Tabor.2 And the revolters have gone deep into slaughter, but I will discipline all of them. 3 I know Ephraim, and Israel is not hidden from me; for now, O Ephraim, you have played the whore; Israel is defiled.4 Their deeds do not permit them to return to their God. For the spirit of whoredom is within them, and they know not the LORD. 5 The pride of Israel testifies to his face;1 Israel and Ephraim shall stumble in his guilt; Judah also shall stumble with them.6 With their flocks and herds they shall go to seek the LORD, but they will not find him; he has withdrawn from them.7 They have dealt faithlessly with the LORD; for they have borne alien children. Now the new moon shall devour them with their fields. 8 Blow the horn in Gibeah, the trumpet in Ramah. Sound the alarm at Beth-aven; we follow you,2 O Benjamin!9 Ephraim shall become a desolation in the day of punishment; among the tribes of Israel I make known what is sure.10 The princes of Judah have become like those who move the landmark; upon them I will pour out my wrath like water.11 Ephraim is oppressed, crushed in judgment, because he was determined to go after filth.312 But I am like a moth to Ephraim, and like dry rot to the house of Judah. 13 When Ephraim saw his sickness, and Judah his wound, then Ephraim went to Assyria, and sent to the great king.4 But he is not able to cure you or heal your wound.14 For I will be like a lion to Ephraim, and like a young lion to the house of Judah. I, even I, will tear and go away; I will carry off, and no one shall rescue. 15 I will return again to my place, until they acknowledge their guilt and seek my face, and in their distress earnestly seek me. Israel and Judah Are Unrepentant 6 “Come, let us return to the LORD; for he has torn us, that he may heal us; he has struck us down, and he will bind us up.2 After two days he will revive us; on the third day he will raise us up, that we may live before him.3 Let us know; let us press on to know the LORD; his going out is sure as the dawn; he will come to us as the showers, as the spring rains that water the earth.” 4 What shall I do with you, O Ephraim? What shall I do with you, O Judah? Your love is like a morning cloud, like the dew that goes early away.5 Therefore I have hewn them by the prophets; I have slain them by the words of my mouth, and my judgment goes forth as the light.6 For I desire steadfast love5 and not sacrifice, the knowledge of God rather than burnt offerings. 7 But like Adam they transgressed the covenant; there they dealt faithlessly with me.8 Gilead is a city of evildoers, tracked with blood.9 As robbers lie in wait for a man, so the priests band together; they murder on the way to Shechem; they commit villainy.10 In the house of Israel I have seen a horrible thing; Ephraim's whoredom is there; Israel is defiled. 11 For you also, O Judah, a harvest is appointed. When I restore the fortunes of my people, Footnotes  5:5 Or in his presence  5:8 Or after you  5:11 Or to follow human precepts  5:13 Or to King Jareb  6:6 Septuagint mercy (ESV)
On this episode, Brodie addresses the following running questions: How would you combat the fear of returning to running following surgery/major injury? How can I get out of this never-ending pain cycle? How do I know if my symptoms are likely to be DOMS? Are new or worn-in shoes better coming back from an overuse injury? Run Smarter YouTube Channel Become a patron! Receive Run Smarter Emails Book a FREE Injury chat with Brodie Run Smarter App IOS or Android Podcast Facebook group Run Smarter Course with code 'PODCAST' for 3-day free trial.
Minisode time!!! Despite Chris's best efforts to fake sick, Eddy ain't buyin' it. The Anidorks are going back to school for another “Edd(y)-utainment” segment. Miranda gets misty-eyed at the memory of Scholastic Book Fairs of yore. It's a book report on the company responsible for so many a child's book report-- so meta!!! Back next week with Book 5: The Predator, where we meet our last narrator of the gang, Marco. @anidorkspod on twitter! Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.New episodes every Wednesday!!!Leave us a 5 star review and we'll read it on the air!
Robert K Shin, MD, FANA, FAAN, is a graduate of Yale University and received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He completed a neurology residency and fellowships in neuro-ophthalmology and multiple sclerosis at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Shin is currently Professor of Neurology at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and Director of the Georgetown Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Center. Dr. Shin has a special interest in health disparities in multiple sclerosis (MS) as well as visual problems associated with MS and other demyelinating disorders, including neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (NMOSD). On today's episode, we talk about vision changes in MS and the differences between MS and some of it's common look-alike diseases, like NMOSD. https://neurology.georgetown.edu/mscenter/ Additional Resources: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/insider Reach out to Me: Gretchen@DoctorGretchenHawley.com Website: www.MSingLink.com Social: ★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mswellness ★ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctor.gretchen ★ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/doctorgretchenhawley?sub_confirmation=1 → Game Changers Course: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/GameChangersCourse → Total Core Program: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/TotalCoreProgram → The MSing Link: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/TheMSingLink
As you may know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Almost everyone will be touched at some point by a breast cancer diagnosis – either personally, or through a loved one. My listeners may not know that I recently experienced my own cancer scare with metastatic melanoma of the nodular kind – a serious condition that is often deadly. In my case, however, it was a wonderful experience because I had to deal with the fact that I may be what we call “dying.” I'm pleased to say that I rose to the challenge by reminding myself that there really is only now – there is no future and there is no past. I am now cancer-free, but the experience reminded me that we are all living on borrowed time.Awareness is a crucial component of raising consciousness, and sometimes it takes a serious wake-up call to motivate a positive change of mind. I recently spoke with Dr. Jennifer Shin, a medical oncologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, specializing in the care of patients with breast cancer. Dr. Shin has just co-authored Living with Breast Cancer: The Step-by-Step Guide to Minimizing Side Effects and Maximizing Quality of Life, which provides a great service for anyone looking to raise their consciousness around this topic, or any potentially terminal diagnosis.“Palliative care is, in a nutshell, helping people to live well when they have a serious diagnosis like cancer.” – Dr. Jennifer ShinDr. Shin is also a palliative medicine physician and the co-director of the MGH Palliative Care Outpatient Clinic. As the first dual-trained oncologist and palliative care clinician at MGH, she leverages her clinical skills and perspectives to bring innovative approaches to improve treatment, quality of life, and outcomes in total cancer care. She enjoys teaching residents and fellows and oversees the palliative care education for the internal medicine residents at MGH. Her book encompasses the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, supportive care of symptoms from cancer and cancer therapies, and coping with cancer through the progression of cancer and the end of life. As a practicing breast oncologist and palliative care physician, she finds great joy in working with and learning from her patients and colleagues. She is inspired by her patients who allow her to accompany them on their journey toward finding a renewed sense of meaning and hope.I hope this interview will find its way to the listeners who need it most, and I encourage you to share it with others who could benefit from this awareness.Show notes:* October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month* My introduction to cancer through metastatic melanoma* The positive aspects of the cancer diagnosis - Living with the belief that I was on my way to another place.* What is palliative care? Helping people feel well at the end of life* The interdisciplinary functions of palliative care* What happens following a breast cancer diagnosis?* Answering the hard questions: Am I going to die?* How can we get rid of it?* The stages of cancer, and what they mean for survival* How optimal screening and removal decisions are made* The low risks of radiation imaging procedures* The treatment paths for different stages. * When to do chemotherapy vs. surgery. * Considerations around mastectomies – why can't you just cut the cancer out?* How common is breast cancer and what causes it?* Managing the unwanted complications of breast cancer treatment* Managing depression, preventative factors, exercise and weight loss* Empowering people through education.Links and references:* Living with Breast Cancer: The Step-by-Step Guide to Minimizing Side Effects and Maximizing Quality of Life by Dr. Jennifer Shin, et al.* Breast Cancer Awareness Month* Psychedelic Wisdom* Psychedelic MedicineWant the episode transcript and video? Join our Tribe!Have a Healing Story to Share?We'd love to hear from you on political and health issues, and are currently soliciting stories from individuals, couples, and families who would like to share their healing stories with psychedelics.(Learn more about Wilbur Hot Springs)Mind Body Health & Politics is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Get full access to Mind Body Health & Politics at www.mindbodyhealthpolitics.org/subscribe
Ben and Hank give running commentary as they watch through Shin Ultraman from Shinji Higuchi and Hideaki Anno. This one is mostly a hype track because this movie rules. Full podcast on Shin Godzilla will still happen at some point. Press play on your copy of the movie at 1:52 to sync up. Email: SaltCirclePodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @SaltCirclePod Hank's Twitter: @ComicPanels The Burning Barrel Discord: discord.gg/jBDGW5j Logo Artist: bellamy.world/
In this world of mokuhanga, there are artists whose passion and dedication to the art form comes not only from their work, but from how they see the medium itself. Linda J Beeman is a Michigan based mokuhanga printmaker who desires to explore nature, its conservation, its power through colour, its meaning, and aesthetic. Linda's work takes the viewer to an existing place, which when allowed in, soothes and calms, enveloped by the sacred. On this episode of The Unfinished Print I speak with Linda J. Beeman about her world, natural and artistic, how she got involved with mokuhanga, how she views her audience, her style. We discuss her time at MI Lab, and her love of artist-in-residence programs in the United States. Linda also speak on her process, her tools, and why mokuhanga is such a big part of her life. Please follow The Unfinished Print and my own mokuhanga work on Instagram @andrezadoroznyprints Twitter @unfinishedprint, or email me at email@example.com Artists works follow after the note about them. Notes: may contain a hyperlink. Simply click on the highlighted word or phrase. Artists works follow after the note. Linda J. Beeman - website, Instagram, Facebook. Aurora Borealis (2022) Dundas Valley School of Art - is a multi disciplinary art school located in Dundas, Ontario, Canada, which is a suburb of Hamilton. Founded in 1964 by Marion Farnan and Emily Dutton, the DVSA has evolved into a modern, and chic art space, providing accessible and affordable art education for all. Tuula Moilanen - is a Finnish mokuhanga printmaker and painter based in Finland. She lived and studied in Kyōto from 1989-2012, where she learned her printmaking at Kyōto Seika University and from printmaker Akira Kurosaki (1937-2019). Her work can be found, here. Urban Holiday (2016) David Bull's “Baren Forum” - was an early mokuhanga forum for printmakers which can still be found, here. It's chock full of information for printmakers of all levels. Mary Brodbeck - is a mokuhanga printmaker, based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She has been producing mokuhanga for nearly 25 years. Her work refelcts nature, and the power it contains. Remnants kentō - is the registration system used by printmakers in order to line up the colour woodblocks with your key block, or outline block, carved first. hanshita - is a thin sheet of gampi paper that is pasted, reverse side, on a piece of wood. This is a guide, carved onto the block and is generally used for the key block and subsequent colour blocks. Methods such as acetate with water based pigment, can also be used rather than the thin gampi paper, which can cause misregistration if not pasted correctly. Petrified Forest National Park - is a national park located in northeastern Arizona, on what is called the Colorado Plateau. The Plateau connects the American States of Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona. Petrified Forest National Park is famous for early traces of human civilization through archeology and fossils, as well as an abundance of nature and natural formations. More info can be found, here, and here. The Great Lakes - are a series of lakes which are connecte to one another. They are located in North America. The lakes are; Lake Ontario, Lake Superior, Lake Erie, Lake Michigan, and Lake Huron. The lakes connect to the Atlantic Ocean, and through various rivers and other tributaries. MI Lab - is a mokuhanga residency located in Kawaguchi-ko, near Mount Fuji. More info can be found, here. Keiko Kadota (1942-2017) - was the director of Nagasawa Art Park at Awaji City from 1997-2011, and then of MI Lab at Lake Kawaguchi from 2011 until her passing. shin hanga - is a style of Japanese woodblock printmaking which began during the end of the Ukiyo-e period of Japanese printmaking, in the early 20th Century. Focusing on the foreign demand for “traditional” Japanese imagery and motifs such as castles, bridges, famous landscapes, bamboo forests, to name just a few. Shin hanga was born in 1915 by Watanabe Shōzaburō (1885-1962) when he found Austrian artist Frtiz Capelari (1884-1950) and commissioned Capelari to design some prints for Watanabe's feldgling printing house . From there shin-hanga evolved into its own distinct “new” style of Japanese woodblock printing. It lasted as this distinct style until its innevitable decline after the Second World War (1939-1945). sōsaku-hanga - or creative prints, is a style of printmaking which is predominantly, although not exclusively, prints made by one person. It started in the early twentieth century in Japan, in the same period as the shin-hanga movement. The artist designs, carves, and prints their own works. The designs, especially in the early days, may seem rudimentary but the creation of self made prints was a breakthrough for printmakers beginning to move away from where only a select group of carvers, printers and publishers created woodblock prints. Watanabe Shōzaburō [渡辺 庄三郎] (1885-1962) - was the catalyst of the new print movement (shin-hanga) in the Japan of the early 20th Century. He assembled printers, designers, and carvers to re-create the now dead, ukiyo-e style, of woodblock prints in Japan. Watanabe also welcomed "foreign" artists to design prints, such as Charles Bartlett (1860-1940). His relationship with many of Japan's future woodblock stars, such as Yoshida Hiroshi (1876-1950), and Hasui Kawase (1883-1957) established a mokuhanga style that has been emulated ever since. Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park - found in Ontanagan, Michigan, USA. This state park has 35,000 acres of old growth forest, watefalls and abundant nature, on Lake Superior. The artist in residence perogram information can be found, here. Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park -is an active volcano site, and a UNESCO Heirtage Site. With public tours, a rugged landscape made up of lava rock, as well as incredible biodiversity, the HLNPH is a wonderful way to visit Hawai'i. Their artist in residence program can be found, here. American National Parks - are a series of public parks that are federally run. Since 1916, the National Park Service has overseen the national parks in the United States. National Parks Art Foundation - is a foundatoin that offers artist in residence programs as well as other artist focused programs within the National Parks Service, heritage sites, and National monuments. More info can be found, here. petroglyphs - are a type of rock art where the rock is marked by abrasion, carving, or picking. Generally associated with humans living 10,000-12,000 years ago, and are found all over the planet except in Antarctica. Rebecca Salter - is the President of The Royal Academy of Arts, in London, England. She is also an artist who has written two books about Japanese woodblock printing, Japanese Woodblock Printing (2001), and Japanese Popular Prints (2006). She worked with the Satō Woodblock Print Workshop, documenting their process. Her interview with The Unfinished Print can be found, here. Aurora 1 (2014) Satō woodblock workshop - is a traditional Japanese woodblock production house based in Kyōto, Japan. Here is an article from The Journal of Modern Craft with Rebecca Salter regarding this workshop. Michigan Artist and Culture Grants - are grants that are given to the citizens of Michigan who want to promote the arts within their communities. There are many avenues for application, so please look into your area of Michigan, perhaps there will be a grant program for you. Here is a link for the Michigan Arts and Council Grants, to get you started. Winsor & Newton - is a British artist supply company, started in 1832, which sells artist materials such as pigments, brushes, paper, etc. More info can be found, here. Paul Furneaux - is a Scottish mokuhanga artist based in Edinburgh, Scotland. He makes abstract mokuhanga, mixed with wood and other mediums. Lukas water colours - Lukas is an artist supply company founded in 1862, in Düsseldorf, Germany. They produce the Aquarell 1862 Water-colour which Linda describes in her interview. More info can be found, here. Jerry's Artarama - originally founded in 1968 Long Island, New York, and now based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Jerry's Artarama sells various art supplies at reasonable princes. More info, here. Dick Blick Art Supplies - is an art supply store with various brick and mortar stores throughout the United States, as well as online. Founded in 1911 by Dick Blick in Galesburg, Illinois, BLICK, as it's more commonly known, sells various types of art supplies, much like Jerry's Artarama. More info, here. shina - is a type of wood used in mokuhanga. It is part of the linden family of trees. This wood is produced in various parts of the world, such as Japan and Russia. Not all shina is created equal so buyer beware. Center for Contemporary Printmaking - founded by Grace and William Shanly in 1995. Orginally called The Connecticut Graphic Arts Center, it is a non-profit which, as its aim, is to increase the publics knowledge of orignal printmaking. floating kentō - is a removable registration system attached to the block when printing. As the kentō isn't affixed to the block; blotting, and very clean borders are one of the positives of using this method of registration. It is an "L" shape. * Production note - Linda says “last summer,” when discussing her last workshop. That “summer” was the summer of 2021. © Popular Wheat Productions opening and closing musical credit - logo designed and produced by Douglas Batchelor and André Zadorozny Disclaimer: Please do not reproduce or use anything from this podcast without shooting me an email and getting my express written or verbal consent. 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Thank you to Shopify for sponsoring this week's episode! Go to http://shopify.com/whatsgood to sign up for a free trial and start selling today. This week IGN's Rebekah Valentine joins Britt, Andrea and Ri to talk about Britt's hands-on time with the Dead Space remake, the Mario movie trailer, Meta's latest announcements and more. Andrea has been playing Disney Dreamlight Valley, Rebekah has been dabbling in Shin-Chan: Me and the Professor on Summer Vacation and Purgatory Dungeoneer, Ri saw some rad controllers in New York and more! **Preview access to Dead Space provided by EA. Follow Rebekah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/duckvalentine Rebekah's author page: https://www.ign.com/person/duckvalentine Thank you to this month's Patreon Producers: Chewy's Godson Alex Rigopulos Faris Attieh Justin Foshee Punkdefied Matty Dray Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/2rAcJvF Support us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/whatsgoodgames Want audio only? http://whatsgoodgames.com/podcast/ Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/whatsgoodgames Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/whatsgood_games Follow on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/whatsgoodgames Follow on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/whatsgoodgames Our discord channel: http://discord.gg/whatsgoodgames Follow on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/whatsgoodgamesofficial Our website: http://www.whatsgoodgames.com 06:46 - Mario Movie Trailer 13:03 - Meta Connect 2022 19:35 - Xbox Cloud Gaming is coming to Meta Quest 2 23:39 - Ad_Read Shopify 25:26 - Multiple Silent Hill Games In Development 29:56 - Crash Bandicoot 4 34:06 - Plants Vs Zombies Star Wars 41:58 - BREAK 42:38 - Dead Space Remake 57:05 - Disney Dreamlight Valley 1:11:53 - Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed 1:12:32 - Xbox Series Afterglow 1:17:52 - Shin-chan: Me and the Professor on Summer Vacation 1:21:42 - Purgatory Dungeoneer
The team discuss some beverages one could try 대신(Dae Shin) an American beverage while also discussing the intricacies of pronunciation. HOW YOU SAY IT MATTERS PEOPLE. *Beverages Mentioned: 1. Milkis (밀키스) 2. Bacchus (박카스) 3. Bong Bong (봉봉) 4. Barley Tea (보리차) 5. Chilsung Cider (칠성 사이다) 6. Banana Milk (바나나 우유) 7. Oran-C (오란 씨)
Shin Ultraman, dev canavarlarla mücadele eden ve bu süreçte beklenmedik bir müttefik bulan SSSP birminin hikayesini konu ediyor. "S-sınıfı türler" olarak bilinen dev, şiddetli canavarların ortaya çıkar. Bu durum üzerine Japon hükümeti, onları nasıl yeneceklerini araştırmaları için SSSP'yi kurar. Canavarların saldırısı altından olan SSSP, bu zorlu savaşta gümüş dev ULTRAMAN'dan destek görür. ULTRAMAN'ın sırrı nedir ve neden insanlara yardım etmektedir?
Greenlight welcomed celebrated Korean author and Man Asian Literary Prize winner Kyung-sook Shin (Please Look After Mom) and acclaimed translator Anton Hur, who called in live from Seoul, Korea to grace our virtual stage. Celebrating their joint achievement, Violets—written by Shin, translated by Hur, and published by Feminist Press—Hur both interviewed and translated for Ms. Shin, who led a contemplative, lyrical discussion regarding her process and aspirations for the book, traveling to farms in the middle of the night to get the smell of soil and flowers just right, and how “sadness becomes beauty the more you look at it, and beauty likewise becomes sadness the more you look at it.” (Recorded May 10, 2022.)
A Sign of Affection on Suu Morishitan romanssisarja, joka kertoo kuulovammaisesta tytöstä ja paljon ulkomailla matkustelevasta pojasta. Ajankohtaisina aiheina puhumme siitä, miten belgialainen taiteilija teki koko One Piece -sarjasta yksiin kansiin painetun taideteoksen, Spy × Familyn kustannustoimittajan haastattelusta sekä siitä, miten erilaisilla tavoilla mangaa tehdään työpareina, tiimeinä ja yhteistyössä. Lukujonossa aloitamme Shuzo Oshimin sarjan Blood on the Tracks, jossa yläkoululaispoika alkaa tajuta rakastavan ja ylisuojelevaisen äitinsä olevan mieleltään järkkynyt sosiopaatti. --- Kommentoi | Twitter | Instagram --- - Science Fiction Bokhandeln Tukholmassa - Tokyo Revengers ja Heaven Official's Blessing esillä kaupan paraatipaikalla oven edessä (kuva) - Svensk Bokhandelnin artikkeli mangan menestyksestä ja Ruotsin uudesta mangajulkaisija Idegrenistä - I Swear I Won't Bother You Again! 2:55 – A SIGN OF AFFECTION: ESITTELY - A Sign of Affection - Suu Morishita - Hibi chouchou / Like a Butterfly, joka sai juuri ennen jakson julkaisua jenkkilisenssin - Shortcake Cake - A Sign of Affectionin uusimmat luvut löytyvät esimerkiksi Azukista ja Izneosta - Jakso 56, jossa puhuimme Japanin vuoden 2021 mangapalkinnoista - Dessert-lehti - Our Precious Conversations, josta puhuimme jaksossa 12 - My Little Monster - Say I Love you - A Condition Called Love - Living-Room Matsunaga-san - Hahmoesittelyt (kuva) - Jakso 73, jossa puhuimme sarjasta Sweat and Soap - Tapahtumapaikka on juna-asemien nimistä päätellen suunnilleen näillä main 21:04 – A SIGN OF AFFECTION: TEEMAT - Itsuomi ja Yuki laajentavat toistensa maailmoja (kuva) - Yuki ei aina saa etenkään vieraista sanoista selvää huulilta lukiessaan (kuva) - Itsuomi oppii tavaamaan sormillaan, mikä auttaa kommunikaatiossa (kuva) - Oushi on ajatellut viittomakielen olevan hänen ja Yukin yhteinen salainen kieli (kuva) 30:10 – A SIGN OF AFFECTION: ITSUOMI JA YUKI - Itsuomi ei arastele fyysistä läheisyyttä, mikä saa Yukin sydämen pamppailemaan (kuva) - Tosi outo kohtaus, jossa Itsuomi esittelee Yukin ystävälleen Shinille, ja kohtauksessa Itsuomi ja Shin vain juttelevat yksityisasioistaan ja jättävät Yukin ulkopuolelle (kuva) - Itsuomin ja Oushin “jätkäjutut“ (kuva) - Itsuomin ajatuksia päästään kuulemaan vain muutamassa kohdassa (kuva) 40:55 – A SIGN OF AFFECTION: SIVUHAHMOT 44:35 – A SIGN OF AFFECTION: TUNNELMA JA KERRONTA - Räväkämpityylinen shoujotekijä Taamo - I'm in Love and It's the End of the World - Atsumori-kun's Bride-to-Be - Robico - …jonka sarjasta Our Precious Conversations puhuimme jaksossa 12 ja jaksossa 23 - Kerronta vie lukijan Yukin näkökulmaan tehokkaasti kuvaamalla huuliltalukemisen vaikeutta toisinaan väärin päin olevilla kirjaimilla (kuva) - Yuki ja Oushi puhuvat keskenään sujuvaa viittomakieltä (kuva) - Itsuomin viittomat ovat aluksi aina huolellisia ja hitaita (kuva) - Peukku pystyyn -ele ei Japanin viittomakielessä tarkoita että “ok“, vaan “älä“ (kuva) - Yukista on tosi mielenkiintoista, miten Itsuomin saksalainen ystävä käyttää keskustelussa lainausmerkkielettä (kuva) - Kasvomaskit tekevät Yukille muiden ymmärtämisen mahdottomaksi (kuva) - Tekijät kertovat viittomakielen kuvaamisen prosessistaan (kuva) 55:48 – A SIGN OF AFFECTION: KANNET - Sarjan pokkarijulkaisun kannet (kuva) - Jaksoa äänittäessä meiltä jäi huomaamatta, että sarjan digijulkaisun kannet ovat asettelultaan vähän erilaiset kuin pokkarijulkaisun kannet; kuva on isompana ja nimilogo yläreunan sijaan alareunassa - Shortcake Caken tosi rumat kannet 58:09 – A SIGN OF AFFECTION: JULKAISU - Kääntäjän selitys huuliltalukemisen väärinymmärtämisen käännösratkaisulle (kuva) 01:00:40 – A SIGN OF AFFECTION: YHTEENVETO - Jakso 35, jossa puhuimme sarjasta A Silent Voice - Perfect World - I Hear the Sunspot 01:08:28 – ONEPIECE - ONEPIECE taiteilija Ilan Manouachin nettisivuilla - One Piece -manga - Ilan Manouach - ANN:n uutinen ONEPIECE-teoksesta - ANN:n uutinen Shueishan reaktiosta - Art Spiegelmanin holokaustikuvaus Maus - Ilan Manouachin julkaisematon muunneltu versio Katz 01:15:21 – SPY × FAMILYN KUSTANNUSTOIMITTAJAN HAASTATTELU - ANN:n haastattelu - Jakso 53, jossa puhuimme Spy x Familystä - …joka on animen alkamisen myötä saanut varsin paljon uusia kuuntelukertoja ja noussut yhdeksi kaikkien aikojen kuunnelluimmista jaksoistamme, vaikka tuoreeltaan sitä ei kuunneltu mitenkään erityisen paljon (kuva) - Spy × Familyn kannet - huomaa erityisesti pokkarin 10 kansi, joka poikkeaa muista iskevästi - Bakuman, joka kertoo mangan tekemisestä - Jakso 64, jossa puhuimme ajankohtaisosiossa siitä, miten Jujutsu Kaisenin tekijä Gege Akutami on pitänyt sairaslomaa - Jakso 71, jossa puhuimme hampaankolo-osiossa siitä, miten RuriDragonin tekijä on jäänyt sairaslomalle - Oshi no Ko -sarjan piirtäjä Mengo Yokoyari twiittasi siitä, että hän näyttää hyvinvoivalta, koska hänen mangaansa ei julkaista jokaisen viikon Young Jump -printtilehdessä, vaan kiertojärjestelmällä niin, että väliin jää taukoviikkoja - Puhuimme Oshi no Ko -sarjasta lukujonossa jaksossa 67 - Jakso 68, jossa puhuimme ajankohtaisosiossa siitä, miten Yoshihiro Togashi työstää uusia lukuja pitkään tekijän heikon terveyden takia tauolla olleeseen Hunter × Hunter -sarjaansa; Togashi on sen jälkeen on valittanut huonoa kuntoaan ja ilmoittanut ottavansa projektiin uusia avustajia 01:24:05 – MANGAN TEKEMINEN KAHDEN TAI USEAMMAN HENGEN YHTEISTYÖNÄ - ANN:n uutinen siitä, miten Kaguya-saman tekijä ja Oshi no Kon käsikirjoittaja Aka Akasakan uuden sarjan piirtäjä valitaan kilpailulla - Akasaka aikoo jatkossa keskittyä käsikirjoittamiseen - Mainittuja yhden taiteilijanimen alla toimivia mangakatiimejä: - Akira Himekawa - Fujiko Fujio (joille tuli sittemmin bänät, ja jotka myöhemmin tunnettiin nimellä Fujiko F. Fujio ja Fujiko Fujio A) - CLAMP - Muita mainittuja mangantekijöitä: - Tsugumi Ohba ja Takeshi Obata, joiden yhteissarjasta Death Note puhuimme jaksossa 60 - Eiki Eiki - Taishi Zaou / Mikio Tsuda - Aruko ja Kazune Kawahara, joiden yhteissarjasta My Love Story! puhuimme jaksossa 69 - Shin Kibayashi - Mia Ikumi, jonka kuolemasta puhuimme ajankohtaisosiossa jaksossa 65 - Dr. Stone, josta puhuimme jaksossa 41 ja jaksossa 61 ja jaksossa 64 - Food Wars - Cesare, jossa renessanssikonsultti on saanut nimensä kanteen asti merkittävän tarinapanoksensa ansiosta - Naoki Urasawa - Coolkyoushinnjya 01:41:38 – KUULIJAKOMMENTTI: KÄÄNTÄJÄT EIVÄT SAA OLLA YHTEYDESSÄ MANGAKOIHIN - Antti Valkaman Twitter-kommentti - Jakso 71, jonka hampaankolo-osiossa puhuimme siitä, ettei mangan kääntäjällä yleensä ole mahdollista keskustella tekijöiden kanssa 01:44:23 – KUULIJAKOMMENTTI: KUUKAUSIMAKSULLISET MANGAPALVELUT - Vinland Saga, josta puhuimme jaksossa 3 - Delicious in Dungeon, josta puhuimme jaksossa 9 - Jakso 29, jossa puhuimme siitä, mistä mangaa voi laillisesti lukea ja ostaa - Manganlukupalveluita: - Manga Plus - Vizin Shonen Jump -palvelu - Jakso 54, jossa puhuimme Golden Kamuysta ja Shonen Jump -palvelun nettialustan ikävästä käyttökokemuksesta - Azuki, josta puhuimme jaksossa 52 - Manga Planet - Mangamo, joka ei aikoinaan ollut kovin toimiva palvelu, kuten puhuimme jaksossa 25, mutta emme ole testanneet, onko se parantunut sitten julkaisunsa - Izneo, jonka kuukausitilauspalvelusta puhuimme jaksossa 30 - Manga Up!, josta puhuimme jaksossa 71 - Crunchyroll Manga - Futekiya - Renta! - Coolmic - Jakso 59, jossa puhuimme Kodanshan vähän ankeasta digistrategiasta - Trinity Blood - Maaretin puoliaikajuttu Anime-lehdessä 3/2016 (kuva) - Konosuba - Animesovituksen animaatiopäällikkö Koichi Kikuta - Ass Vampire -OVA, jonka kakkosjakson (ei siis ykkösjakson) Kikuta on tehnyt (tosin eri taiteilijanimellä) - Petterin yhteisjuttu Konosuban ranobesta, mangasta ja animesta Anime-lehdessä 3/2017 (kuva) 02:02:53 – LUKUJONOSSA: BLOOD ON THE TRACKS - Blood on the Tracks - Petterin alkutunnelmat sarjasta Anime-lehdessä 3/2017 (pdf) (huom: otsikossa käytetty eri käännösnimeä, ja Petteri myös sanoi samalla tavalla väärin jakson alussa) - Jakso 49, jossa puhuimme Shuzo Oshimin toisesta sarjasta Happiness - Oshimin ja Asanon yhteishaastattelu vuodelta 2017 - Inio Asano aloitti samaan aikaan yksipokkarisen tarinansa Downfall - Petterin vastaavat alkutunnelmat Downfallista Anime-lehdessä 4/2017 (pdf) - Maaretin twiitti sarjan painostavasta tunnelmasta - Rakkauskirjeen repiminen (kuva) - Sivuhahmojen (ja etenkin tädin) rumanrealistinen piirtotyyli vetää lukijan Seiichin sosiaalisesti ahdistuneeseen maailmaan, jossa ei voi varma siitä mikä on normaali tapa reagoida asioihin ja mikä ei (kuva) - Tämä nimenomainen kohtaus hämäsi Reddit-keskustelijoita aikoinaan - Sarjan kannet 02:23:38 – LOPETUS
GIGANTICAST EPISODE 31: SHIN ULTRAMAN Matt and Tessa managed to finagle their way into Fantastic Fest to catch Shin Ultraman! Were they dazzled by the giant silver alien and his monstrous adversaries? NOTE: Apologies for the weird audio early on, all kinds of tech problems these days that should be sorted before the next episode!… Read More »Giganticast Episode 31: Shin Ultraman
GIGANTICAST EPISODE 31: SHIN ULTRAMAN Matt and Tessa managed to finagle their way into Fantastic Fest to catch Shin Ultraman! Were they dazzled by the giant silver alien and his monstrous adversaries? NOTE: Apologies for the weird audio early on, all kinds of tech problems these days that should be sorted before the next episode!… Read More »Giganticast Episode 31: Shin Ultraman
Ya está Víctor con sus movidas de Tsukamoto, pensaréis. Y, efectivamente, en sus casi 50 minutos de mediometraje, "Haze" es pura desesperación made in Tsukamoto. Cemento, mazazos, tuberías y trozos de cadáver son usados para narrar una historia en la que el propio director sufre lo indecible para escapar de una extraña estructura.
After more than 12 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, Ted Deutch recently stepped down to become the CEO of American Jewish Committee (AJC), the leading global Jewish advocacy organization. In this special episode, learn about the Jewish values instilled in Ted by his parents, growing up in the working-class town of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where he was one of only three Jewish students in his high school. From his summers at Camp Ramah in the Poconos to his Jewish leadership as a student at the University of Michigan – Ted's experiences as a Jewish leader inspired him to become a fierce advocate against antisemitism and in support of Israel in the halls of Congress. As he begins this exciting new chapter at the helm of AJC, Ted describes his commitment to enhancing the well-being of the Jewish people and Israel, and how he will help AJC build a brighter Jewish future. ___ Episode Lineup: (0:40) Ted Deutch ___ Show Notes: 6 Things to Know About AJC CEO Ted Deutch Listen to our latest podcast episode: Synagogue Security Expert on the Importance of Volunteer-Led Protection Follow People of the Pod on your favorite podcast app, and learn more at AJC.org/PeopleofthePod You can reach us at: firstname.lastname@example.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. ____ Episode transcript MANYA BRACHEAR PASHMAN: This week, American Jewish Committee enters a new chapter with a new CEO. Ted Deutch served seven terms in Congress and during that time emerged as a powerful voice for democratic values and the Jewish people. He also became an outspoken defender of the U.S.-Israel alliance, when that defense was needed more than it ever had been. While Ted has been a guest on our podcast before, he joins us now for the first time as AJC's CEO. Ted, welcome back to People of the Pod. TED DEUTCH: Well, thanks. MANYA: So, we have a lot to get to because we want to introduce you to our audience and really let them get to know you. So, let's launch right into it. Tell us about your upbringing. TED: I grew up in Bethlehem. I'm the youngest of five. There is an 11 year gap between me and the next closest sibling, my sister and then my three brothers are older still, and 19 years between my oldest brother and me. I am, as my mother eventually came to refer to me, a pleasant surprise. My father was a painting contractor. They lived in Bethlehem because after he grew up in Chicago, he enlisted in the army after he graduated from high school, was sent by the army to the army specialized training program that was at Lehigh University in Bethlehem. He met my mother at, I think not surprisingly, at a bagel brunch at the synagogue at the JCC where I grew up, and it's a long story of what happened after. My dad went to fight in the Battle of the Bulge. My mother wound up befriending his family in Chicago and one thing led to another and he wound up moving back to Bethlehem, where he married my mother and raised our whole family. MANYA: I imagine Bethlehem, Pennsylvania was much like the small town blue collar communities where I grew up. Describe Bethlehem for us. TED: Bethlehem is home to Bethlehem Steel, which was the company that helped make the steel that helped us win World War II, that was the way we always talked about it when I was a kid. And the steel company, it was the largest employer in Bethlehem. So many people, either their families had some connection to Bethlehem Steel or they either worked at Bethlehem Steel. In my dad's case, he was a painting contractor. He painted the offices of Bethlehem Steel, he painted the houses of Bethlehem steel execs. Had an enormous impact on the community. Over the course of my high school years it started winding down. It was also sort of the end of a great American company which we watched happen in real time. But down Main Street, Broad street downtown, there was one movie theater downtown, there were two actually for a while. And yes, there were little shops and there was a magic shop that I used to ride my bike to after school, when I was little. It was a nice place, a nice community to grow up in. MANYA: Did Bethlehem have a sizable Jewish community? TED: Not a large Jewish community by any stretch. There was a very close knit Jewish community that had been there for a long time, multiple generations of families. It was the old model where in one building, we had the JCC and our synagogue. So, on the first floor, where you walked in, we actually had the gym and the pool. And then the second floor were the classrooms in the auditorium and the third floor was the sanctuary. So we spent a lot of time there, between Hebrew school and basketball and Shabbat and the rest. So it was a really nice community but definitely not large. And fortunately for me, it was a community that welcomed a new Rabbi when I was a kid, and one of the first things he decided was that the synagogue needed to send kids to Camp Ramah and it was Rabbi Judah's decision to encourage that. And I was one of the first, I think it might have been the first to go, and that had an unbelievably significant impact on my Jewish life and the way I view the world and everything else I've done since. My first year at Ramah, I was 12. I was not quite a Bar Mitzvah, that I know for sure, because I invited camp friends to my bar mitzvah, where I gladly sang Ramah tunes, hoping and expecting that they would all join in and found myself doing a lot of solos during my Bar Mitzvah. My friends didn't quite step up to the moment, but very good memories. MANYA: You mentioned that Bethlehem Steel helped win World War II and your father fought in the Battle of the Bulge, for which he won a purple heart, I believe. Can you talk a little about how he balanced his American patriotism and his Jewish pride? TED: He went off and fought in World War II and fought the Nazis and, and took with him these two books, both of which I still have. One, a prayer book, the small prayer book, one, a small book of Jewish thoughts that they gave to all of the Jewish members of the armed forces in World War II. The fact that he carried those around with him, still had them and the fact that I have them now is really special. In the siddur, there's a page where there's a small tear right down the middle. And if you look, and he explained this to me, it was torn down just so that he could have a small sheet that had a Shin on it. And this was what he taped above his bunk when he was in the army, and it was his way of having a little Mezuzah, just to reflect the fact that -- here's a Jewish soldier who was there, as an American and as a Jew. MANYA: You were telling me earlier about United States Army Specialist Daniel J. Agami, back in 2007. He did something very similar. TED: There's a family who lost their son in recent combat, who went to war and had an Israeli flag that he hung above his bunk and refused to take down despite the fact that they were fighting in a Muslim country. I think about that some, in that straight line from my Dad's experience to this Jewish soldier and the kind of patriotism that the Jews have shown for the country that we live in for so long. MANYA: You were one of three Jews in a class of more than 2,000 students. Did you encounter antisemitism growing up? TED: There were neighborhoods in my community that still had deed restrictions, where people weren't allowed to sell their houses to Jews. There occasional experiences I had, with people who made comments that were antisemitic. I, for a lot of people, was the only Jew that they knew. I was the Jewish kid. So it's just something that I dealt with from time to time. Which is when my father would share some of his stories. MANYA: And in addition to sharing his own experiences, what advice did your parents give you about confronting that antisemitism? TED: That's a really good question, Manya, that I haven't been asked and haven't really thought about in a while. My father's advice was clear. Obviously we're talking a lot about my dad, but my mother, she was very smart, had a very strong Jewish identity, she was a very strong woman. And the advice from both of them was to always stand up for yourself and never let people get away with it, and to be strong and be proud and to let them know that. That's a hugely important lesson that I've taken with me my whole life. It's frankly, one of the most important things that AJC does, is to help create strong proud members of the Jewish community, who also won't simply back down and let people get away with it. MANYA: You went to the University of Michigan for undergrad as well as Law school, and it's where you met your wife, Jill. How did you end up going from Bethlehem to Ann Arbor? TED: It's interesting, my sister went to Penn State, I loved visiting her and the big college experience. I thought I might like to do that. And everybody I talked to had only good things to say about Michigan. It was also by the way, right about the time that The Big Chill came out. Not that my life was guided by fiction, by a movie. But it was literally right at that moment we were making college decisions. And here's his movie about this group of friends that come together for a sad occasion. I don't know if you saw it or are familiar with it, but, boy do they love Michigan. It's when I heard from everyone I talked to, I had friends from my Israel trip the summer before who were going to school there. And it just became the natural destination, and everybody was right. It's an amazing place. And I had an incredible experience there. And met Jill there, which of course makes it the best of all. MANYA: You chaired the University Hillel's governing board, and you were co-editor of Consider magazine, which was launched by Hillel. And this was a magazine that made it its mission to solicit compelling arguments on multiple sides of an issue. Kind of, stoking conversation, right? TED: I was proud to do it when I was in college, but thinking about where we are now in this time where everyone has their own social media feed that plays to the things that they're interested in passionate about, criticizes the things that they don't like. Everyone has their own, their own feed, their own cable news channel. They are more and more associated with people who believe the things that they believe we were, I think doing an important service that I don't want to overstate it. But when you look back, we could, I think, benefit from a willingness to engage a little more with people whose views are different than ours. And that's what it was about. It's interesting to think about the conversations, the debates we have today, where we always want to just make this a black and white issue. You either believe this or you believe that and as you point out, in almost every occasion there are substantially more than two sides and there's nuance and engaging in a sophisticated way, requires a lot more than then simply throwing down the gauntlet and saying I'm right and you're wrong, or as is troubling these days- I'm right and you're terrible or you're an idiot or you're evil or all of the other things that people say now instead of engaging in meaningful debate. MANYA: But I have to ask, how does that jibe with AJC's advocacy role? I mean, journalists foster conversation. But as an advocacy organization, AJC picks a side. TED: There are different sides on different issues. When a conversation is really appropriate, occasionally there are things that are just so clear, that it becomes paramount that you stop trying to look for some competing argument and stand on the side of what is clearly just and right, and in the best interest of a better world. The best example is when you take the position that we should deny life-saving support to an ally in Iron Dome, the Iron Dome replenishment debate. When you say that you can't support funding for that program, which saves the lives of Israelis and Palestinians, and has prevented conflicts from escalating, and has been used to protect civilians when terrorists from Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad are sending rockets, aimed indiscriminately, but meant to to kill civilians? If you can't support that, if your position is such that this particular ally, only one ally, Israel, which happens to be the only Jewish nation in the world, that if your position is that you can't even support the kind of program that saves the lives of civilians against terror attacks, then there's only so much I'm going to engage on. MANYA: Of course, you're talking about the debate about the Iron Dome funding last spring that pitted you against Rep. Rashida Tlaib. She was actually in your own party. I want to talk about that a little more. AJC is nonpartisan. And while you were in Congress, you earned a reputation for sometimes bucking party lines. You didn't side with Democrats on the Obama administration's Iran nuclear deal, you supported the Trump Administration's Abraham Accords. Why did you break rank like that? TED: At a time when partisanship rages, fighting antisemitism can't, we can't allow that to fall prey to that to partisanship. And likewise, defending the US-Israel relationship and supporting Israel and in handling Israel's position in the world also shouldn't fall prey to partisanship. And that means being very clear, when people take positions that are for partisan reasons or anything else, are outside of the broad consensus that has existed and continues to exist in Congress and in America, that we should support our allies. And, then when it comes to fighting antisemitism, as we've already discussed, that we should come together for the benefit of security of the Jewish people, but also because we're ultimately protecting much more than that when we fight antisemitism. MANYA: You first went to Israel before your senior year in high school with Camp Ramah and you believe being on the ground there really is important to comprehend its significance, its complexities. I personally have not been, so I'm sincerely looking forward to AJC Global Forum in Tel Aviv next June. Since that first trip as a high school student, you've been to Israel countless times now – what memories stick with you? TED: When you have the opportunity, when you go to Israel and you go to Jerusalem and the Kotel and everything that you've done, whatever connection you've had to Judaism, it immediately comes to life. I remember the conversations that we had with Israelis while we were there, which is still something that I think is really important to do every time you visit, that it's not just about looking at sites, but to actually understand the connection that we have as Jews, with people who live in Israel. And to think that this is a place that we're praying about, hoping for, for 2000 years. And every time I go back, I walk into someone's house for Shabbat dinner and some of the shuls and various minyans. Some had already ended, some were ramping down. You could hear from everywhere you walked, people davening. You just think about how unique that is, to be in a Jewish state like that. Every time, I mean, every time that's something that I'm thinking about. MANYA: You introduced a number of your congressional colleagues –both Republican and Democrat – to the Jewish state. But I'd like for you to tell our listeners about one trip in particular that you took with fellow Floridian Ileana Ros Lehtinen – a Republican congresswoman at the time – back in 2014. While you were there, the bodies of three Israeli teenagers were found. Kidnapped and killed by Palestinian terrorists linked to Hamas. TED: Ileana and I went on an official trip together. The first time we were there, the timing was such that we were there for Jill's, my wife's cousin's son's Bar Mitzvah. So we went to this bar mitzvah dinner, and celebration. And we were there just after we had all participated in events all over the country all over the world, about the three boys that had been missing, and all these events took place, and everybody was praying for their safe return. And it was during the bar mitzvah, that all at this one moment, everyone's phones went off. And everybody looked. It was this incredible moment where the news broke that the bodies of the boys had been discovered, and that they had been killed by terrorists, and which is what so many people had feared. And so first, there's this moment where, where people didn't know what to do, but because it's Israel, and most importantly, it's a simcha. There was almost this defiance, that even having just received this terrible news. People were more passionate about dancing the hora, and about celebrating this bar mitzvah. And that was a really powerful moment. And then we completely rearranged our schedule for the next day, so that we could attend the funeral for the boys. And there was so much that was so powerful about it, when we pulled up and it looked like literally half of the nation of Israel was walking toward this funeral. And, and Ileana and I had the opportunity, we were privileged to sit in the front. And the funeral itself was so powerful, the whole experience was so powerful, but then we made a shiva call. And we had the chance, it was a of all the things I've been able to do in Israel, this was a such a powerful moment for me, because we had the opportunity to pay respects, not just because we were on this trip, but we were on an official trip and we could pay our respects, offer our condolences on behalf of the American people, on behalf of the Jewish community that had been that had been praying all over the world. And as I explained to some of the students who were there, the fellow students of those who were killed. And as I explained in the best Hebrew that I could, that I wanted them to understand that it's one thing to say that, you're not alone at this moment. But having participated in these massive events the week before in my community and in Washington. I wanted them to know that I knew exactly what I was saying and that there were people all over the world who were literally mourning with them. MANYA: You did that here as well in the United States as well, attended shivas I mean, after the school shooting that killed 17 in Parkland. TED: I haven't ever thought of that parallel. In both cases. I was an elected official. I was in a place that I desperately wanted to avoid, or I would, I desperately would have prayed that, that the circumstances that led me there never happened. And in both instances, and so in Florida, I went to a lot of funerals after February 14, and a lot of them were Jewish funerals. That's a moment when emotion is the rawest that it can possibly be and, in both cases, we did what we're told to do at shiva: we sat and we listened. We listened to stories about, in both cases by the way, the young lives cut short and all the things that these kids had done in their short lives, and all the things that they would have done if they hadn't been killed. There are a lot of similarities. And coming out of both of those is the rededication to the important work. MANYA: So, what's in store for AJC with you at the helm? Do you have big ideas you want to implement? TED: It's not my plan to come in and, and start to make drastic changes, I'm going to come in and I'm going to listen to everyone, and understand at a deeper level, the work that's done. But the one thing I know for sure, is that that the effort to defend the interests of the Jewish people, to create resilient Jews, wherever they live, to defend all 15 million Jews in the world, by fighting antisemitism, educating people on antisemitism, advocating because ultimately AJC is an advocacy organization, building the relationships that will help to strengthen the community, and speaking out boldly, when it's necessary to make sure people understand what's at stake here. Those are the things that I look forward to doing. But more than anything else, there is so much work that AJC does to advocate for the Jewish community around the world. And, and to, to enhance Israel's place in the world. And to speak out for human rights, and democracy. There's so much work that's done that people don't know about. And when you have an organization that's engaged in advocacy, that means you're advocating on a whole host of different issues. And sometimes, we forget that- not we, AJC. But the world forgets that they're all related. And so when it comes to, to supporting Israel and standing up for the Jewish community, to be able to know that that we are advocating for the community wherever they live, from Seattle to Chicago, to New York, Buenos Aires, Paris, Jerusalem, and to do it by building the relationships at the local level, at the federal level in Washington, with the ambassadorial corps in Washington and Consuls General around the country. At the UN, where AJC is on the ground every day, at in capitals around the world with with foreign ministers and heads of state, those relationships everywhere in the world that AJC has built that its its volunteers and leaders have spent so much time engaged in, the intergroup work that has come from from that work. All of that strengthens the Jewish community. And, and, and helps to lift up Israel and its place in the world in a way that is unique. MANYA: You're coming from a role in Congress in which you fought for measures to slow climate change, curb gun violence, have peace with other countries, balancing the nation's budget – a plethora of issues. Here, at AJC, you'll be a little more focused on Israel and the Jewish people. But how are both jobs similar? TED: We talked earlier about Tikkun Olam. And it's important and we're all engaged in that in all of the ways that we choose to be. But when I think about AJC's work, if I'm looking to if I'm looking to our text, it's really it's it's called Kol Yisrael Arevim Ze Bazeh, right - We're all responsible one for another– it's all about Jewish peoplehood and the connections that we have, not just to our fellow Jews in our communities, but everywhere in the world. In the United States, that means making sure that we all understand where we come from, which is both all of the things that our history has provided us –the contributions that we've made to history as a whole, and the impact that history has had on us. MANYA: You are a father of three young'ns in their 20s. Very accomplished, young'ns in their own right, I should add. Why should AJC be paying more attention to their generation? TED: AJC has this unique opportunity to take the existing program than it does for young people, early in their careers, the programming to create well-educated, passionate advocates, who are and will continue to be leaders in their respective communities, from their schools to their campus, to wherever it is they move when they graduate. That program is so exciting to me and the opportunity to see that continue to grow, so that all of these leaders can then engage in the work that we've just been discussing. For AJC, for everyone, it means not just providing lessons, it means listening, and engaging with young people who have the capacity to lead right now. And we see it on Instagram, with some of the accounts that young people have set up. We've seen it all over social media, we see it in things that people write, we have to help build that up, meet them where they are, recognize that they're already leaders, contribute to their future growth. That's an enormous opportunity. And I think that the way that AJC goes about its work can help do that. Last thing I'll say is this. There are young people who have been so engaged on their campuses, on social media, sometimes feeling, and I had spoken to a number of them, sometimes feeling like they're on an island, and providing a real home for them to come together to confront these issues that they're facing. To help them understand what we can do to change the narrative by lifting up their voices. That's the moment that we're in that I think we really need to capitalize on. MANYA: After the Parkland shooting, you really raised your voice about addressing the forces and circumstances that led to this horrific act of violence. How will that experience, which I know was life changing for so many including yourself, how will that inform the direction you lead AJC? TED: I think the most important thing I learned during that whole experience was the power of young people, high school kids, who helped to start this whole movement from their dining room table and the leadership role that they play. If we're not talking about the threat, then it's going to make it a whole lot harder for all of us who want to prevent these things from happening to succeed. So, yes, we've got to be clear, as we as we talk about, as we acknowledge this rise in antisemitism, and we have to focus on it wherever it comes from, and we need to be clear that the the threats that rising antisemitism pose are threats to the entire community. I talked about this at the UN several years ago, the the fact is when there's antisemitism in the country that is festering and it affects not just the Jews, it is never just the Jews. The guy who went into that Walmart in El Paso. These are people who, so many of them at their core antisemites, you see it and what they've said and what they've written. So we should all be paying close attention to the rise in antisemitism. And we should be working with everyone we can to help educate them about the threat that it poses. Yes, to the Jewish community, first and foremost, and so that the Jewish community understands that, that there is this recognition and that they can feel safe and and we can build resilience in the Jewish community. But also, for everyone else to understand that we're by tackling antisemitism, we're also helping to make our country and ultimately this is a worldwide phenomenon, clearly, we're helping to create a safer world for everyone. MANYA: Ted, thank you so much for joining us, in your first week on the job, no less. TED: Thanks. This is really fun by the way. MANYA: Well, it's been a pleasure getting to know you and I'm sure we'll have you back on the air again soon. TED: I look forward to it.
On this Off-Topic episode, Nolan is joined by Ben McBride and Emily von Seele to talk about some of the movies they saw during the second half of Fantastic Fest 2022. Movies discussed on this episode: KING ON SCREEN (2022), SHIN ULTRAMAN (2022), YEAR OF THE SHARK (2022), LYNCH/OZ (2022), HUESERA (2022), VENUS (2022), A WOUNDED FAWN (2022), H4Z4RD (2022), NIGHTMARE (2022), SWALLOWED (2022), V/H/S/99 (2022), TRIANGLE OF SADNESS (2022). Links of interest and/or sources cited for research for this episode: Fantastic Fest 2022 Review Round-Up: LYNCH/OZ, VENUS, EVERYONE WILL BURN by Emily von Seele (Daily Dead) SWALLOWED Review: An Incredible Queer Body Horror Film You Won't Soon Forget by Emily von Seele (Dead Ringers)
Proper 22 First Psalm: Psalm 119:145–176 Psalm 119:145–176 (Listen) Qoph 145 With my whole heart I cry; answer me, O LORD! I will keep your statutes.146 I call to you; save me, that I may observe your testimonies.147 I rise before dawn and cry for help; I hope in your words.148 My eyes are awake before the watches of the night, that I may meditate on your promise.149 Hear my voice according to your steadfast love; O LORD, according to your justice give me life.150 They draw near who persecute me with evil purpose; they are far from your law.151 But you are near, O LORD, and all your commandments are true.152 Long have I known from your testimonies that you have founded them forever. Resh 153 Look on my affliction and deliver me, for I do not forget your law.154 Plead my cause and redeem me; give me life according to your promise!155 Salvation is far from the wicked, for they do not seek your statutes.156 Great is your mercy, O LORD; give me life according to your rules.157 Many are my persecutors and my adversaries, but I do not swerve from your testimonies.158 I look at the faithless with disgust, because they do not keep your commands.159 Consider how I love your precepts! Give me life according to your steadfast love.160 The sum of your word is truth, and every one of your righteous rules endures forever. Sin and Shin 161 Princes persecute me without cause, but my heart stands in awe of your words.162 I rejoice at your word like one who finds great spoil.163 I hate and abhor falsehood, but I love your law.164 Seven times a day I praise you for your righteous rules.165 Great peace have those who love your law; nothing can make them stumble.166 I hope for your salvation, O LORD, and I do your commandments.167 My soul keeps your testimonies; I love them exceedingly.168 I keep your precepts and testimonies, for all my ways are before you. Taw 169 Let my cry come before you, O LORD; give me understanding according to your word!170 Let my plea come before you; deliver me according to your word.171 My lips will pour forth praise, for you teach me your statutes.172 My tongue will sing of your word, for all your commandments are right.173 Let your hand be ready to help me, for I have chosen your precepts.174 I long for your salvation, O LORD, and your law is my delight.175 Let my soul live and praise you, and let your rules help me.176 I have gone astray like a lost sheep; seek your servant, for I do not forget your commandments. (ESV) Second Psalm: Psalms 128–130 Psalms 128–130 (Listen) Blessed Is Everyone Who Fears the Lord A Song of Ascents. 128 Blessed is everyone who fears the LORD, who walks in his ways!2 You shall eat the fruit of the labor of your hands; you shall be blessed, and it shall be well with you. 3 Your wife will be like a fruitful vine within your house; your children will be like olive shoots around your table.4 Behold, thus shall the man be blessed who fears the LORD. 5 The LORD bless you from Zion! May you see the prosperity of Jerusalem all the days of your life!6 May you see your children's children! Peace be upon Israel! They Have Afflicted Me from My Youth A Song of Ascents. 129 “Greatly1 have they afflicted me from my youth”— let Israel now say—2 “Greatly have they afflicted me from my youth, yet they have not prevailed against me.3 The plowers plowed upon my back; they made long their furrows.”4 The LORD is righteous; he has cut the cords of the wicked.5 May all who hate Zion be put to shame and turned backward!6 Let them be like the grass on the housetops, which withers before it grows up,7 with which the reaper does not fill his hand nor the binder of sheaves his arms,8 nor do those who pass by say, “The blessing of the LORD be upon you! We bless you in the name of the LORD!” My Soul Waits for the Lord A Song of Ascents. 130 Out of the depths I cry to you, O LORD!2 O Lord, hear my voice! Let your ears be attentive to the voice of my pleas for mercy! 3 If you, O LORD, should mark iniquities, O Lord, who could stand?4 But with you there is forgiveness, that you may be feared. 5 I wait for the LORD, my soul waits, and in his word I hope;6 my soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen for the morning, more than watchmen for the morning. 7 O Israel, hope in the LORD! For with the LORD there is steadfast love, and with him is plentiful redemption.8 And he will redeem Israel from all his iniquities. Footnotes  129:1 Or Often; also verse 2 (ESV) Old Testament: Micah 2 Micah 2 (Listen) Woe to the Oppressors 2 Woe to those who devise wickedness and work evil on their beds! When the morning dawns, they perform it, because it is in the power of their hand.2 They covet fields and seize them, and houses, and take them away; they oppress a man and his house, a man and his inheritance.3 Therefore thus says the LORD: behold, against this family I am devising disaster,1 from which you cannot remove your necks, and you shall not walk haughtily, for it will be a time of disaster.4 In that day they shall take up a taunt song against you and moan bitterly, and say, “We are utterly ruined; he changes the portion of my people; how he removes it from me! To an apostate he allots our fields.”5 Therefore you will have none to cast the line by lot in the assembly of the LORD. 6 “Do not preach”—thus they preach— “one should not preach of such things; disgrace will not overtake us.”7 Should this be said, O house of Jacob? Has the LORD grown impatient?2 Are these his deeds? Do not my words do good to him who walks uprightly?8 But lately my people have risen up as an enemy; you strip the rich robe from those who pass by trustingly with no thought of war.39 The women of my people you drive out from their delightful houses; from their young children you take away my splendor forever.10 Arise and go, for this is no place to rest, because of uncleanness that destroys with a grievous destruction.11 If a man should go about and utter wind and lies, saying, “I will preach to you of wine and strong drink,” he would be the preacher for this people!12 I will surely assemble all of you, O Jacob; I will gather the remnant of Israel; I will set them together like sheep in a fold, like a flock in its pasture, a noisy multitude of men.13 He who opens the breach goes up before them; they break through and pass the gate, going out by it. Their king passes on before them, the LORD at their head. Footnotes  2:3 The same Hebrew word can mean evil or disaster, depending on the context  2:7 Hebrew Has the spirit of the Lord grown short?  2:8 Or returning from war (ESV) New Testament: Acts 23:23–35 Acts 23:23–35 (Listen) Paul Sent to Felix the Governor 23 Then he called two of the centurions and said, “Get ready two hundred soldiers, with seventy horsemen and two hundred spearmen to go as far as Caesarea at the third hour of the night.1 24 Also provide mounts for Paul to ride and bring him safely to Felix the governor.” 25 And he wrote a letter to this effect: 26 “Claudius Lysias, to his Excellency the governor Felix, greetings. 27 This man was seized by the Jews and was about to be killed by them when I came upon them with the soldiers and rescued him, having learned that he was a Roman citizen. 28 And desiring to know the charge for which they were accusing him, I brought him down to their council. 29 I found that he was being accused about questions of their law, but charged with nothing deserving death or imprisonment. 30 And when it was disclosed to me that there would be a plot against the man, I sent him to you at once, ordering his accusers also to state before you what they have against him.” 31 So the soldiers, according to their instructions, took Paul and brought him by night to Antipatris. 32 And on the next day they returned to the barracks, letting the horsemen go on with him. 33 When they had come to Caesarea and delivered the letter to the governor, they presented Paul also before him. 34 On reading the letter, he asked what province he was from. And when he learned that he was from Cilicia, 35 he said, “I will give you a hearing when your accusers arrive.” And he commanded him to be guarded in Herod's praetorium. Footnotes  23:23 That is, 9 p.m. (ESV) Gospel: Luke 7:18–35 Luke 7:18–35 (Listen) Messengers from John the Baptist 18 The disciples of John reported all these things to him. And John, 19 calling two of his disciples to him, sent them to the Lord, saying, “Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?” 20 And when the men had come to him, they said, “John the Baptist has sent us to you, saying, ‘Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?'” 21 In that hour he healed many people of diseases and plagues and evil spirits, and on many who were blind he bestowed sight. 22 And he answered them, “Go and tell John what you have seen and heard: the blind receive their sight, the lame walk, lepers1 are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, the poor have good news preached to them. 23 And blessed is the one who is not offended by me.” 24 When John's messengers had gone, Jesus2 began to speak to the crowds concerning John: “What did you go out into the wilderness to see? A reed shaken by the wind? 25 What then did you go out to see? A man dressed in soft clothing? Behold, those who are dressed in splendid clothing and live in luxury are in kings' courts. 26 What then did you go out to see? A prophet? Yes, I tell you, and more than a prophet. 27 This is he of whom it is written, “‘Behold, I send my messenger before your face, who will prepare your way before you.' 28 I tell you, among those born of women none is greater than John. Yet the one who is least in the kingdom of God is greater than he.” 29 (When all the people heard this, and the tax collectors too, they declared God just,3 having been baptized with the baptism of John, 30 but the Pharisees and the lawyers rejected the purpose of God for themselves, not having been baptized by him.) 31 “To what then shall I compare the people of this generation, and what are they like? 32 They are like children sitting in the marketplace and calling to one another, “‘We played the flute for you, and you did not dance; we sang a dirge, and you did not weep.' 33 For John the Baptist has come eating no bread and drinking no wine, and you say, ‘He has a demon.' 34 The Son of Man has come eating and drinking, and you say, ‘Look at him! A glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners!' 35 Yet wisdom is justified by all her children.” Footnotes  7:22 Leprosy was a term for several skin diseases; see Leviticus 13  7:24 Greek he  7:29 Greek they justified God (ESV)
Review các phim ra rạp từ ngày 30/09/2022 MƯỜI: LỜI NGUYỀN TRỞ LẠI C16 Đạo diễn: Hằng Trịnh Diễn viên: Chi Pu, Rima Thanh Vy, Hồng Ánh, Bình Minh, Anh Thư, v.v Thể loại: Kinh Dị Tiếp nối thành công của Mười, Mười: Lời Nguyền Trở Lại sẽ kể về Linh – cô gái trẻ được chọn để trở thành truyền nhân của Mười sau màn trả thù khiếp đảm 15 năm về trước. EVANGELION:3.0+1.01 Ba Lần Ngày Xưa C13 Đạo diễn: Mahiro Maeda, Katsuichi Nakayama, Kazuya Tsurumaki, Hideaki Anno, Joe Fria Megumi Ogata, Megumi Hayashibara, Yuko Miyamura,… Thể loại: Hành Động, Hoạt Hình Shinji Ikari tiếp tục cuộc đời lạc lõng sau khi mất đi ý chí để sống tiếp, nhưng nơi mà cậu đặt chân tới đã dạy cậu biết, hy vọng là thứ đáng quý nhường nào. Cuối cùng, Dự án Hoàn thiện con người được khởi động, Shinji sẽ đứng dậy một lần cuối để chống lại Chấn Động Cuối Cùng. SHIN ULTRAMAN C13 Đạo diễn: Shinji Higuchi Diễn viên: Akari Hayami, Daiki Arioka, Taki Masami Nagasawa, Takumi Saitou, Hidetoshi NIshijima, Kenjiro Tsuda, Issei Takahashi, Koichi Yamadera, Koji Yamamoto Thể loại: Khoa Học Viễn Tưởng Với sự xuất hiện của những con quái vật khổng lồ đầy hung bạo được gọi là “Loài cấp S”, Chính phủ Nhật Bản đã thành lập ra nhóm SSSP để nghiên cứu và tìm ra cách để đánh bại những con quái vật này. Trong một cuộc tấn công, nhóm SSSP bất ngờ có thêm một đồng minh mới trong cuộc chiến chống quái vật: một người khổng lồ bạc thầm lặng mà họ đặt tên là “Ultraman” Nhưng mục tiêu thực sự của Ultraman là gì? Tại sao anh ấy lại giúp nhân loại chống lại lũ quái vật? Và sự xuất hiện của Ultraman có liên quan gì đến Shinji Kaminaga – môt cựu chiến binh của SSSP? CHÚA TỂ CỦA NHỮNG CHIẾC NHẪN: NGHĨA TÌNH HUYNH ĐỆ Đạo diễn: Peter Jackson Diễn viên: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, Orlando Bloom Thể loại: Phiêu Lưu, Thần thoại Phim được dựa trên bộ tiểu thuyết vĩ đại của cố nhà văn J.R.R. Tolkien. Nội dung phim lấy bối cảnh tại vùng Middle Earth (Trung Địa), kể về cuộc hành trình tiêu diệt Chiếc nhẫn quyền lực (One Ring) của một người Hobbit tên Frodo Baggins. Số phận của vùng Trung Địa nằm trong tay Frodo và tám người bạn trong Hiệp hội bảo vệ nhẫn (The Fellowship of the Ring) trong chuyến đi tới núi Doom ở Mordo, nơi duy nhất có thể phá huỷ chiếc nhẫn One Ring của Chúa tể bóng tối Sauron. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kim-thanh-duong/support
In episode 110 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Kim Shin, founder of Eraser. They discuss the importance of collaborative tools for engineering teams and how they've evolved to accommodate remote teams. Other topics explored include FinTech, real-time collaboration, improving team communication, and integrating Eraser into developers' workflows.
In episode 110 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Kim Shin, founder of Eraser. They discuss the importance of collaborative tools for engineering teams and how they've evolved to accommodate remote teams. Other topics explored include FinTech, real-time collaboration, improving team communication, and integrating Eraser into developers' workflows.
This week, Diana and Samuel Shin talk about healthy and fulfilling ways to embrace one's masculinity/femininity, sexuality, self-confidence, and dating. They explore the challenges and hurdles that men, in particular, often face when it comes to dating and relationships, overcoming attachment issues, and connecting with their authentic selves. They also delve into the specific challenges that many Asian-American men confront, such as attuning to their emotions, open communication, and building up the self while existing in a collective culture; as well as the importance of establishing self-confidence to connect genuinely with others.Samuel (he/him) is a former therapist now working full-time as a men's transformational coach. His current focus is dating & relationships, helping men heal attachment issues and embody their masculinity to authentically attract women. Connect with Samuel at @consciousdatingcoach and www.authenticdating.coachMentioned in this episode:Dohee LeeBridges Mental Health is a stigma-free hub for Asians, Pacific Islanders, and South Asian Americans (APISA) to discuss, navigate, and seek mental health care in NYC.Write to us with comments & questions, we'd love to hear from you.@email@example.comCover photo by Janice ChungTheme music by Will Marshall
Will Graham (co-creator, A League of Their Own; showrunner, Daisy Jones and the Six), Melissa London Hilfers (creator, Monarch) and Conner Shin (Harley Quinn; Fairfax) discuss writing for actors, building a machine that works, and why Will wants you to bring photos of your loved ones to the writers' room. PLUS a chat with The Ebo Twins (writer/director and producer of Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.) LISTEN TO THE WRITERS PANEL AD-FREE ON FOREVER DOG PLUS: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/plus CONNECT W/ BEN BLACKER & THE WRITER'S PANEL ON SOCIAL MEDIA https://twitter.com/BENBLACKER https://www.facebook.com/TVWritersPanel THE WRITER'S PANEL IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/the-writers-panel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's guest on our show is our co-host Jin Shin. Jin currently trains at Marcelo Garcia Academy in NYC and competed at the Grappling Industries in New Jersey over the weekend. He went on to win bronze in the Gi division and silver in the no-gi division, gathering a record of 10-2. In today's episode, he reflects on the weekend and chats about what people can expect to see next in his competitive journey.
INFESTATION FANTASTIC FEST 2022: SHIN ULTRAMAN Neither Wright nor Chris has much experience with Japan's giant alien kaiju-fighting robot Ultraman so take this review with that in mind (the super fan review is coming soon with Matt Frank and Tessa Morrison on our Giganticast show). But this reimagining of the tv show hit most of… Read More »Infestation Fantastic Fest 2022: Shin Ultraman
INFESTATION FANTASTIC FEST 2022: SHIN ULTRAMAN Neither Wright nor Chris has much experience with Japan's giant alien kaiju-fighting robot Ultraman so take this review with that in mind (the super fan review is coming soon with Matt Frank and Tessa Morrison on our Giganticast show). But this reimagining of the tv show hit most of… Read More »Infestation Fantastic Fest 2022: Shin Ultraman
Psalm 119:89–176 Psalm 119:89–176 (Listen) Lamedh 89 Forever, O LORD, your word is firmly fixed in the heavens.90 Your faithfulness endures to all generations; you have established the earth, and it stands fast.91 By your appointment they stand this day, for all things are your servants.92 If your law had not been my delight, I would have perished in my affliction.93 I will never forget your precepts, for by them you have given me life.94 I am yours; save me, for I have sought your precepts.95 The wicked lie in wait to destroy me, but I consider your testimonies.96 I have seen a limit to all perfection, but your commandment is exceedingly broad. Mem 97 Oh how I love your law! It is my meditation all the day.98 Your commandment makes me wiser than my enemies, for it is ever with me.99 I have more understanding than all my teachers, for your testimonies are my meditation.100 I understand more than the aged,1 for I keep your precepts.101 I hold back my feet from every evil way, in order to keep your word.102 I do not turn aside from your rules, for you have taught me.103 How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth!104 Through your precepts I get understanding; therefore I hate every false way. Nun 105 Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.106 I have sworn an oath and confirmed it, to keep your righteous rules.107 I am severely afflicted; give me life, O LORD, according to your word!108 Accept my freewill offerings of praise, O LORD, and teach me your rules.109 I hold my life in my hand continually, but I do not forget your law.110 The wicked have laid a snare for me, but I do not stray from your precepts.111 Your testimonies are my heritage forever, for they are the joy of my heart.112 I incline my heart to perform your statutes forever, to the end.2 Samekh 113 I hate the double-minded, but I love your law.114 You are my hiding place and my shield; I hope in your word.115 Depart from me, you evildoers, that I may keep the commandments of my God.116 Uphold me according to your promise, that I may live, and let me not be put to shame in my hope!117 Hold me up, that I may be safe and have regard for your statutes continually!118 You spurn all who go astray from your statutes, for their cunning is in vain.119 All the wicked of the earth you discard like dross, therefore I love your testimonies.120 My flesh trembles for fear of you, and I am afraid of your judgments. Ayin 121 I have done what is just and right; do not leave me to my oppressors.122 Give your servant a pledge of good; let not the insolent oppress me.123 My eyes long for your salvation and for the fulfillment of your righteous promise.124 Deal with your servant according to your steadfast love, and teach me your statutes.125 I am your servant; give me understanding, that I may know your testimonies!126 It is time for the LORD to act, for your law has been broken.127 Therefore I love your commandments above gold, above fine gold.128 Therefore I consider all your precepts to be right; I hate every false way. Pe 129 Your testimonies are wonderful; therefore my soul keeps them.130 The unfolding of your words gives light; it imparts understanding to the simple.131 I open my mouth and pant, because I long for your commandments.132 Turn to me and be gracious to me, as is your way with those who love your name.133 Keep steady my steps according to your promise, and let no iniquity get dominion over me.134 Redeem me from man's oppression, that I may keep your precepts.135 Make your face shine upon your servant, and teach me your statutes.136 My eyes shed streams of tears, because people do not keep your law. Tsadhe 137 Righteous are you, O LORD, and right are your rules.138 You have appointed your testimonies in righteousness and in all faithfulness.139 My zeal consumes me, because my foes forget your words.140 Your promise is well tried, and your servant loves it.141 I am small and despised, yet I do not forget your precepts.142 Your righteousness is righteous forever, and your law is true.143 Trouble and anguish have found me out, but your commandments are my delight.144 Your testimonies are righteous forever; give me understanding that I may live. Qoph 145 With my whole heart I cry; answer me, O LORD! I will keep your statutes.146 I call to you; save me, that I may observe your testimonies.147 I rise before dawn and cry for help; I hope in your words.148 My eyes are awake before the watches of the night, that I may meditate on your promise.149 Hear my voice according to your steadfast love; O LORD, according to your justice give me life.150 They draw near who persecute me with evil purpose; they are far from your law.151 But you are near, O LORD, and all your commandments are true.152 Long have I known from your testimonies that you have founded them forever. Resh 153 Look on my affliction and deliver me, for I do not forget your law.154 Plead my cause and redeem me; give me life according to your promise!155 Salvation is far from the wicked, for they do not seek your statutes.156 Great is your mercy, O LORD; give me life according to your rules.157 Many are my persecutors and my adversaries, but I do not swerve from your testimonies.158 I look at the faithless with disgust, because they do not keep your commands.159 Consider how I love your precepts! Give me life according to your steadfast love.160 The sum of your word is truth, and every one of your righteous rules endures forever. Sin and Shin 161 Princes persecute me without cause, but my heart stands in awe of your words.162 I rejoice at your word like one who finds great spoil.163 I hate and abhor falsehood, but I love your law.164 Seven times a day I praise you for your righteous rules.165 Great peace have those who love your law; nothing can make them stumble.166 I hope for your salvation, O LORD, and I do your commandments.167 My soul keeps your testimonies; I love them exceedingly.168 I keep your precepts and testimonies, for all my ways are before you. Taw 169 Let my cry come before you, O LORD; give me understanding according to your word!170 Let my plea come before you; deliver me according to your word.171 My lips will pour forth praise, for you teach me your statutes.172 My tongue will sing of your word, for all your commandments are right.173 Let your hand be ready to help me, for I have chosen your precepts.174 I long for your salvation, O LORD, and your law is my delight.175 Let my soul live and praise you, and let your rules help me.176 I have gone astray like a lost sheep; seek your servant, for I do not forget your commandments. Footnotes  119:100 Or the elders  119:112 Or statutes; the reward is eternal (ESV)
Tony Salvaggio of the Castle of Horror Podcast is on the ground in Austin reporting on Fantastic Fest and chats with Jason on his first batch of movies that he highly recommends-- Smile, Blood Relatives, Venus and Shin Ultraman.
Available to read on Irodori Sakura website https://sakura-r18.irodoricomics.com/sola/Destiny-Syndrome AUTHOR: [SOLA](https://sakura-r18.irodoricomics.com/sola) PAGES: 42 JAPANESE TITLE: ディスティニー・シンドローム 〜さみしい僕のナカ、奥まで躾けて。〜 ROMAJI TITLE: DESTINY SYNDROME SAMISHII BOKU NO NAKA OKU MADE SHITSUKETE I bought another doujinshi work from SOLA. I really enjoyed reading Love Lesson by Sola l Irodori Sakura Doujinshi l Episode 139. I bought it among the other doujinshi manga on Irodori Sakura website. The story is sweet and somewhat wholesome. Shin wants a real boyfriend. He doesn't want to do one-night stands. He looking for someone to be his prince. Shin goes to the bar to complain about his frustration. The bar owner gets annoyed about his complaints. They set up to meet Mahiro, who delivers alcohol to the bar. The poll is Now open to voting on the next dojinshi manga you would like me to review next.
Our friends over at NAMUH are asking breastfeeding mothers out there to donate Project Breast Milk. The company is working to close the nutrition gap between formula and breast milk by creating a baby formula that is molecularly identical to breast milk. For now, they need 2,000 moms to donate 60ml/2 oz to study breast milk at the molecular level. Are you able to donate? We're able to accept Over-produced breast milk Pump & Dump breast milk Expired breast milk Don't throw it out, donate it to Project Breast Milk! Head to @weare_namuh to learn more about how you can help. NAMUH co-founder and CEO, Chaeyoung Shin, is on a mission to close the gap between human breast milk and infant formula, recreating the bioactive molecules produced in breast milk that have a vital role in infant health and development. She earned her PhD in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley, transforming her proprietary yeast-based technology into a company as part of the Energy Biosciences Institute accelerator and Berkeley Skydeck Hot Desk programs. Thanks for listening! Follow Dreamland Baby @dreamlandbabyco and check out our website here! Use code MOMMANUAL10 for 10% off your first Dreamland Baby purchase.
Going back to the Go Nagai well we are in the form of Shin Cutie Honey (1994)! In this episode we go back to the original format of watching a good ol fashion DVD of a not just any 90s anime, but one with lots of outfit changes, random nudity and Master Roshi equivalents galore! Join us on our watch of EP1 of Cutie Honey. Was it good? Was it bad? Was it silly? Probably a yes to all. Leave a comment/review or message us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on insta @badanimepod to have your words read out on the show!
Dr. Randy Hines II goes on call with Acupuncturist, Dr. Jiyo Shin, a board-certified family medical practitioner who is skilled in the world of acupuncture. Throughout this episode, she tells all about the origins of acupuncture, its treatment measures, and more. What you can expect in this episode: 3:15 - Dr. Shin's journey to acupuncture 7:50 - What acupuncture is 15:10 - The nervous system 16:55 - Common ailments treated with acupuncture 24:00 - Needle usage in acupuncture 26:25 - Migraine treatment in relation to acupuncture 30:50 - The science of acupuncture 33:35 - Treating pregnancy symptoms 39:40 - Considerations for getting acupuncture treatment 43:05 - Acupuncturists in your area recommendation 44:05 - Randy's Random Questions Tweetable Quotes: “The origin of acupuncture was to treat royal families 3000 years ago in China.” - Dr. Jiyo Shin “Sometimes when you relieve the pain you may resolve the pain ” - Dr. Jiyo Shin “Our brain is what perceives our symptoms [regarding pain and other ailments].” - Dr. Jiyo Shin About Dr. Jiyo Shin: Dr. Jiyo Shin believes in serving our community by practicing family medicine. Good health is a goal that we all share in order to achieve a rich full life. She believes in partnering with her patients in a setting of open communication to achieve this goal. She earned her Doctorate in Medicine from the Chung-Ang University School of Medicine and speaks fluent Korean. She has completed training in Family Medicine specialty through Emory Family Medicine residency program in Atlanta and is Board Certified in Family Medicine. She has a special interest in preventive medicine, weight control, common dermatologic problems, women's health, diabetes, hypertension and managing high cholesterol issues. When not practicing medicine, she enjoys traveling, hiking, scuba diving and playing tennis. On Call With Dr. Randy Demographic Survey: Take the survey. Contact Dr. Randy Hines II: https://www.drrandymd.com IG: @_drrandy FB: @HinesEntertainment LinkedIn: Dr. Randy Hines II Twitter: @_DrRandy TikTok: @_drrandy Acupuncture Referrals: David Euler: https://davideuler.com/=