Coming up on the Men at the Movies podcast, we welcome you into the wizarding world of Harry Potter. Harry reveals a picture of humanity, suffering great trauma and unaware of the world he has been born into until Hagrid bursts through the door. Hagrid acts as Harry's true father figure, introducing him into the larger story and speaking truth over who he really is. But his true transformation and victory don't occur through effort, but because of the sacrifice of others. You're a wizard Harry—join us as we discover God's truth in this movie. Questions What successes have you had recently? Where have you suffered in your past? Who introduced you into the Larger Story of Christianity? How have Harry's other fathers (his actual one, Dumbledore) let him down? How does Hagrid act as Harry's true father? How does Hagrid compare to your father? How have you “tried” your way to transformation? Why didn't it work? What does it mean that “transformation only comes through surrender?” Check out our YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/@menatthemovies) for bonus content. To dive into this content even more, visit our website: www.menatthemovies.com/podcast. You will find resources mentioned on the podcast, plus quotes and themes discussed. Find us on the socials: YouTube: www.youtube.com/@menatthemovies Facebook: www.facebook.com/menatthemovies Instagram: www.instagram.com/menatthemovies/ TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@menatthemovies Twitter: twitter.com/_menatthemovies If you would like to support our work (and get some behind-the-scenes perks), visit our Patreon page (www.patreon.com/menatthemovies). Get invites to livestreams, bonus episodes, even free merch. If you'd like to do a one-time contribution (a cameo appearance), visit www.menatthemovies.com/investors. Edited and mixed by Grayson Foster (graysonfoster.com) Logo and episode templates by Ian Johnston (ianhjohnston.com) Audio quotes performed by Britt Mooney, Paul McDonald, and Tim Willard, taken from Epic (written by John Eldredge) and Song of Albion (written by Stephen Lawhead). Southerly Change performed by Zane Dickinson, used under license from Shutterstock Links: MATM website: www.menatthemovies.com/podcast YouTube: www.youtube.com/@menatthemovies Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/50DiGvjrHatOFUfHc0H2wQ Apple pods: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/men-at-the-movies-podcast/id1543799477 Google pods: podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80ODMwNThjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/menatthemovies/message
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Flee your abusive aunt and uncle, take a running start at the barrier between platforms nine and ten, and change into your school robes. This is the Hero's Journey of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. The Hero's Journey℠ Podcast is a fun, insightful look at stories through the lens of Joseph Campbell's world-renowned mythological framework, hosted by writers/BFFs Jeff Garvin and Dan Zarzana. Please follow us on X and Instagram. To see exclusive bonus content and gain the right to vote on the subject of our next episode, visit our Patreon page. The trademark Hero's Journey℠ is used under license from the Joseph Campbell Foundation (www.jcf.org).
In this Bible Story, Jesus climbs a small hill and preaches to thousands of people about the kingdom of God. He speaks about the backwards economy of God's blessings. That the poor in spirit, meek, and mourning are the ones to inherit ultimate blessing from God. All these things cause awe and wonder in those listening. This story is inspired by Matthew 5-7 & Luke 6:37-42. Go to BibleinaYear.com and learn the Bible in a Year.Today's Bible verse is Matthew 5:44 from the King James Version.Episode 182: As the crowds gathered around Jesus He began to teach them. He taught them about righteousness, prayer, and love for one another. Some were amazed and listened with eager ears while others were firm against Him with grimaces on their faces. Where will we stand as we listen to His words?Hear the Bible come to life as Pastor Jack Graham leads you through the official BibleinaYear.com podcast. This Biblical Audio Experience will help you master wisdom from the world's greatest book. In each episode, you will learn to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. Now understanding the Bible is easier than ever before; enjoy a cinematic audio experience full of inspirational storytelling, orchestral music, and profound commentary from world-renowned Pastor Jack Graham.Also, you can download the Pray.com app for more Christian content, including, Daily Prayers, Inspirational Testimonies, and Bedtime Bible Stories.Visit JackGraham.org for more resources on how to tap into God's power for successful Christian living.This episode is sponsored by Medi-Share, an innovative health care solution for Christians to save money without sacrificing quality.Pray.com is the digital destination of faith. With over 5,000 daily prayers, meditations, bedtime stories, and cinematic stories inspired by the Bible, the Pray.com app has everything you need to keep your focus on the Lord. Make Prayer a priority and download the #1 App for Prayer and Sleep today in the Apple app store or Google Play store.Executive Producers: Steve Gatena & Max BardProducer: Ben GammonHosted by: Pastor Jack GrahamMusic by: Andrew Morgan SmithBible Story narration by: Todd HaberkornSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Kelly and Alix discuss some of their top holiday book recommendations for you to add to your reading list.Topics discussed in this episode:A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens [0:35] book audiobook e-readerLittle Women by Louisa May Alcott [1:07] book audiobook e-readerThe Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis [1:45] book audiobook e-readerLetters from Father Christmas by J.R.R. Tolkien [2:40] book audiobook e-readerThe Book Thief by Markus Zusak [4:35] illustrated edition e-readerHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling [5:45] book audiobook e-readerThe Golden Compass by Philip Pullman [7:05] book audiobook e-readerThe Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern [7:50] book audiobook e-readerThe Winter Sea by Susanna Kearsley [8:45] book audiobook e-readerMurder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie [10:08] book audiobook e-readerWe deeply appreciate your support in creating a community around stories!Use the code PODCAST10 at litjoycrate.com/podcast for a 10% off discount! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 96 of Inside Quotes! This week Jeremy picked the 2009 film “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”. Conversation includes: Recut movie trailers, Horace Slughorn, the Harry Potter reboot series, Snogging, Tom Riddle backstory that was cut from the movie, Felix Felices product taste test, Book Ginny vs. Movie Ginny, Horcruxes, and we update our Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher rankings and Muppet recasting. Mentioned in the Episode: Harry Potter Spring Teen Comedy - Recut Trailer Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) For more Harry Potter Conversation, check out Inside Quotes episodes# 68. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 72. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 77. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 81. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Part I 82. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Part II 85. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Show Notes: INSIDE QUOTES - LISTEN ON YOUTUBE Inside Quotes Merch Store Linktree: @insidequotescast Artwork by Bryce Bridgeman: @Groovybridge
Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (18 November 1836 – 29 May 1911) was an English dramatist, librettist, poet and illustrator best known for his collaboration with composer Arthur Sullivan, which produced fourteen comic operas. The most famous of these include H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance and one of the most frequently performed works in the history of musical theatre, The Mikado. The popularity of these works was supported for over a century by year-round performances of them, in Britain and abroad, by the repertory company that Gilbert, Sullivan and their producer Richard D'Oyly Carte founded, the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. These Savoy operas are still frequently performed in the English-speaking world and beyond.Gilbert's creative output included over 75 plays and libretti, and numerous short stories, poems and lyrics, both comic and serious. After brief careers as a government clerk and a lawyer, Gilbert began to focus, in the 1860s, on writing light verse, including his Bab Ballads, short stories, theatre reviews and illustrations, often for Fun magazine. He also began to write burlesques and his first comic plays, developing a unique absurdist, inverted style that would later be known as his "topsy-turvy" style. He also developed a realistic method of stage direction and a reputation as a strict theatre director. In the 1870s, Gilbert wrote 40 plays and libretti, including his German Reed Entertainments, several blank-verse "fairy comedies", some serious plays, and his first five collaborations with Sullivan: Thespis, Trial by Jury, The Sorcerer, H.M.S. Pinafore and The Pirates of Penzance. In the 1880s, Gilbert focused on the Savoy operas, including Patience, Iolanthe, The Mikado, The Yeomen of the Guard and The Gondoliers.In 1890, after this long and profitable creative partnership, Gilbert quarrelled with Sullivan and Carte concerning expenses at the Savoy Theatre; the dispute is referred to as the "carpet quarrel". Gilbert won the ensuing lawsuit, but the argument caused hurt feelings among the partnership. Although Gilbert and Sullivan were persuaded to collaborate on two last operas, they were not as successful as the previous ones. In later years, Gilbert wrote several plays, and a few operas with other collaborators. He retired, with his wife Lucy, and their ward, Nancy McIntosh, to a country estate, Grim's Dyke. He was knighted in 1907. Gilbert died of a heart attack while attempting to rescue a young woman to whom he was giving a swimming lesson in the lake at his home.Gilbert's plays inspired other dramatists, including Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, and his comic operas with Sullivan inspired the later development of American musical theatre, especially influencing Broadway librettists and lyricists. According to The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Gilbert's "lyrical facility and his mastery of metre raised the poetical quality of comic opera to a position that it had never reached before and has not reached since".-bio via Wikipedia Get full access to The Daily Poem Podcast at dailypoempod.substack.com/subscribe
Intro topic: What are expectations on developers that have nothing to do with programmingNews/Links: Pushing for a lower dev estimate is like negotiating weather with a Meteorologisthttps://smartguess.is/blog/your-estimate-is-less-than-that/ Announcing python in excelhttps://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/excel-blog/announcing-python-in-excel-combining-the-power-of-python-and-the/ba-p/3893439 7 Habits of Highly Effective Software Engineershttps://makingsmallercircles.com/articles/7-habits-of-highly-effective-software-engineers/ Raspberry pi 5 begins shipping https://www.phoronix.com/news/Raspberry-Pi-5-Shipping Book of the Show Patrick:Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Illustrated Editionhttps://amzn.to/3St3L35 Jason: The Pete and Sebastian Showhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-pete-and-sebastian-show/id570256898 Patreon Plug https://www.patreon.com/programmingthrowdown?ty=hTool of the Show Patrick: Obsidianobsidian.md Jason:Ink by Inkle https://github.com/inkle/ink Topic: Godot What is a game engine? Graphics, animation, particle effects Tilemaps Entity component systems Physics Sound I/O Input handling (touchscreen, joystick) GDScript Why use a game engine? Portability Allow for testing individual components of the game Libraries for ads, in-app-purchases Godot Open source Focused on 2-D but now many 3-D features Great development environment AI Hero Started in phaser (development rut) Moved to Godot, rapid prototyping ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
With their sword-lit wooded walk bringing them to the gnarled gates of Stonewell Hall, the intrepid trio (plus Ogvar!) are set to make their way into the mysterious manor. What awaits them in the dark, despondent corners of the ruined residence? We'll escort you through the rocky mountainsides of Stensia and the deep, wooded hinterlands of Kessig, sail on the treacherous waterways of Nephalia and set course for the Silver city of Thraben. Head on over to our website & Keep up to date with our behind the scenes antics and latest information at: The Dungeons & Dragons Podcast UK – Fantasy Role Play Podcast (wordpress.com) The Dungeons And Dragons Podcast UK (@PodcastteamUK) / Twitter The Dungeons and Dragons Podcast UK | Facebook Please note: The Dungeons and Dragons Podcast UK team has NO connection or association whatsoever with Wizards of the Coast. Attributions: Some ambient sounds and music backing are sourced courtesy of Travis Savoie: RPG Music Maker is creating soundtracks for Dungeons & Dragons | Patreon Some ambient sounds and music backing is sourced courtesy of RPG Audio: The World's Reference RPG Audio - Michael Ghelfi Studios - Home It takes a HUGE amount of time & effort to produce a good podcast. Currently The Dungeons & Dragons Podcast UK is totally self-funded, and anyone who is willing to buy the podcast crew 'an ale and a few rations' (to keep the creative juices flowing), will be very much appreciated indeed. If you think you would like to be a supporter of our creations, then click on the link below and it will take you to our creative supporter page faster than you can roll a D20, and you will earn yourself a big ole shout out in a forthcoming episode. Yazmin, Elora, Ogvar, Cuin & Cadeaux would appreciate it very much :) The Dungeons & Dragons Podcast UK is A series of fantasy adventure podcasts free for all to enjoy. (buymeacoffee.com) Cast of Characters: Yazmin, the DM Ryan, as Ogvar Surefort the Ranger Colin, as Cuin De Greymont the Paladin Samantha, as Elora Greyvale the Sorcerer
In the eleventh entry during this Year of Pyun where I celebrate the movies of Albert Pyun Daniel Norton of Bandit's Keep and I discuss the 1993 movie Brainsmasher... A Love Story. Spoilers within. Previous shows in the Year of Pyun series The Sword and the Sorcerer https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason376/episodes/455-The-Sword-and-the-Sorcerer-with-Jason-Hobbs-e1t2plk Cyborg https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason376/episodes/467-Cyborg-with-Joe-Richter-e1uqi9s Dollman https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason376/episodes/481-Dollman-with-Joe-Richter-e20f9tp Nemesis https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason376/episodes/487-Rons-Old-School-Compendium--Nemesis-with-Karl-Rodriguez-e211smd Omega Doom https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/W44fw8U7zAb Captain America https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/73njV3S1DBb Raven Hawk https://anchor.fm/jason376/episodes/525-Raven-Hawk-1996-e26vkmc Vicious Lips https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason376/episodes/542-Vicious-Lips-1986-e28aeht Radioactive Dreams https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason376/episodes/555-Radioactive-Dreams-1985-e299b5c Alien From L.A. https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason376/episodes/565-Alien-From-L-A--1988-e29l0c9 Ways to contact me: Google Voice Number for US callers: (540) 445-1145 Speakpipe for international callers: https://www.speakpipe.com/NerdsRPGVarietyCast The podcast's email at nerdsrpgvarietycast 'at' gmail 'dot' com Find me on a variety of discords including the Audio Dungeon Discord. Invite for the Audio Dungeon Discord https://discord.gg/j5H8hGr PLAY web forum http://www.dekahedron.com/boards/index.php Home page for this show https://nerdsrpgvarietycast.carrd.co/ Home page for Cerebrevore, the TTRPG panel discussion podcast https://cerebrevore.carrd.co/ Proud member of the Grog-talk Empire having been bestowed the title of The Governor Most Radiant Grandeur Baron The Belligerent Hero of The Valley. https://www.grogcon.com/podcast/ Ray Otus did the coffee cup art for this show, you can find his blog at https://rayotus.carrd.co/ TJ Drennon provides music for my show. Colin Green at Spikepit https://anchor.fm/spikepit provided the "Have no fear" sound clip. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason376/message
Welcome to the latest episode of the Metal Geeks podcast, where the crew takes you on a journey through a diverse array of topics, including reviews and insights into "For All Mankind," "Jaws 2," "Behind the Attraction," "Our Flag Means Death," the Disney short in "Once Upon a Studio," "Killers of the Flower Moon," "Gen V" and "Five Nights at Freddy's," and a look into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with "The Marvels" and "Loki Season 2." But that's not all – buckle up for a thrilling ride as the Metal Geeks crew delves into the immersive world of the "Marvel Spider-Man 2" video game, explores the wonders of "Super Mario Bros. Wonder," and much, much more. We also discuss the nominations for the Video Game Awards. During the George Hates Metal segment, we jam the new On Thorns I Lay, and discuss all of our favorite new music releases including Micky Dolenz, The Beatles' new song, Shylmagoghnar, Gama Bomb, Hinayanan, Aeonian Sorrow, Serenity, Angra, Wayfarer, Sorcerer, Kaunis Kuolematom, Angelus Apatrida, Caligula's Horse, Night Verses and many more. Join us as we navigate through this eclectic mix of Metal and pop culture, providing our unique perspectives and lively discussions on the latest and greatest. Tune in for a podcast episode filled with laughter, insights, and the Metal Geeks' signature enthusiasm for all things geeky and beyond. Don't miss out on the excitement – hit play and join the conversation! Join the Metal Geeks Society today on Facebook and join in on all the geekery! Join us on our website at http://www.metalgeekspodcast.com or http://www.metalgeeks.net to keep up with all the geekery. Email us your opinions and ideas at email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter, @metalgeeks, and @msrcast. You can now find us on Instagram, at @metalgeeks. Find us on Facebook/MetalGeeks. Subscribe to Metal Geeks Podcast on iTunes, please leave a 5-star review on iTunes and like us while you are there. You can also find us on Stitcher as well as on Google Play. We are now also on Spotify, so jam us into your playlist! You can now get some killer Metal Geeks merchandise at redbubble.com/people/metalgeeks including t-shirts and more!
Today on Meditating the Word: Stephen's Speech to the Sanhedrin, The Stoning of Stephen, The Church Persecuted and Scattered, Philip in Samaria, Simon the Sorcerer, Philip and the Ethiopian. This is Day 322. We are reading Acts of the Apostles 7-8 ---- Father God, when we read the account of Stephen, we are amazed at his boldness in the face of death. But even more so at his humility and is ability to forgive. He echoed the words of Jesus, "Father, forgive them, for they don't know what they are doing." And Saul, who would become one of Your most fervent apostles, was standing there, receiving that forgiveness. In the account of Simon the Sorcerer, we are reminded that we cannot earn or buy any of the gifts You freely give us. Holy Spirit is available to all who ask. So we ask, Father, for a refreshing if that's what is needed, or for an infilling if we haven't yet received. And we know that when we ask, we receive. Thank You, Father. Amen ---- We are reading the entire Bible this year in the order the events actually occured chronologically. You can download a copy of the reading plan from blueletterbible.com. And don't forget to subscribe to this podcast on your favorite podcast platform and on YouTube, that way you'll get a notification each time a new episode is released. It's my goal to encourage others to strengthen their Christian walk through daily reading God's Word. You can help, by sharing this podcast, and by rating and reviewing it. Thank you for joining me today and know that I'm praying for you. Join us tomorrow -- and every day -- as we continue our journey through the pages of the Bible. I can't wait to see you tomorrow. Until next time, be blessed and be a blessing. ---- Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/yeti-music/at-dawn License code: SFVKF2JFJJIFZDGT Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/brock-hewitt-stories-in-sound/a-journey-of-love License code: VUSCEHWQYYSXTUKG
A Morning News Update That Takes Into Account The News Stories You Deem 'Highly Conversational' Today's Sponsor: Fundrisehttp://thisistheconversationproject.com/fundrise Today's Rundown:8 teens arrested in fatal beating of Las Vegas high school studenthttps://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/8-teens-arrested-fatal-beating-las-vegas-high-school-student-rcna125238 Gilgo Beach suspect Rex Heuermann's estranged wife goes to court for 1st timehttps://abcnews.go.com/US/gilgo-beach-suspect-rex-heuermanns-estranged-wife-court/story?id=104858840 Mark Jackson Banned, Loses Job With Knickshttps://www.totalprosports.com/nba/mark-jackson-banned-new-york-knicks-loses-job/ Woman Shocked to Discover Alaska Isn't Actually an Islandhttps://www.insider.com/woman-shocked-to-discover-alaska-isnt-an-island-2023-11 California program to lease land under freeways faces scrutiny after major Los Angeles firehttps://apnews.com/article/freeway-fire-los-angeles-interstate-10-newsom-3ab9682a866c4e60b80b2d5d185847ac After a 'random act of violence,' Louisiana Tech stabbing victim Annie Richardson dieshttps://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2023/11/15/annie-richardson-la-tech-stabbing-victim-dies/71590992007/ Artist completes incredible portrait of Tiger Woods made out of 25,000 golf teeshttps://www.golfdigest.com/story/tiger-wood-portrait-golf-tees-aaron-norris-artist Baltimore man indirectly won $100,000 from his dislike of go-go musichttps://www.usatoday.com/story/money/lottery/2023/11/14/ex-baltimore-cop-kenneth-matthews-maryland-lottery-win/71586173007/ Website: http://thisistheconversationproject.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/thisistheconversationproject Twitter: http://twitter.com/th_conversation TikTok: http://tiktok.com/@theconversationproject YouTube: http://thisistheconversationproject.com/youtube Podcast: http://thisistheconversationproject.com/podcasts #yournewssidepiece #coffeechat #morningnews ONE DAY OLDER ON NOVEMBER 16:Lisa Bonet (56)Maggie Gyllenhaal (46)Pete Davidson (30) WHAT HAPPENED TODAY:2001: The first Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, was released in theaters.2012: Hostess Brands revealed its plan to file for bankruptcy and liquidate its assets. On November 21, 2012, a U.S. bankruptcy judge approved Hostess' request to shut down, temporarily ending Twinkie production in the United States. On March 18, 2013, it was reported that Twinkies would return to store shelves in May of that year.2022: More than two million tickets were sold for Taylor Swift's tour — the most ever sold for an artist in a single day. PLUS, TODAY WE CELEBRATE: Use Less Stuff Dayhttps://nationaltoday.com/use-less-stuff-day/
NERD FIGHT ALERT! In our annual segment, Analese and Rob verbally duke it out on WHAT and IF the similarities are between Star Wars IV: A New Hope and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. If you like nerd fights, this is your episode! Also in this episode: Stars & Bars, fan fiction, Buffy verse extended multiverse on Audible, D&D novels, issues with Spotify. Bonus content is on Patreon.com/NerdBestFriends. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nerd-best-friends/support
William Friedkin's film Sorcerer (1977) has been subject to a major re-evaluation in the last decade. A dark re-imagining of the French Director H.G. Clouzot's Le Salaire de la Peur (The Wages of Fear) (1953) (based on George Arnaud's novel); the film was a major critical and commercial failure on its initial release. Friedkin's work was castigated as an example of directorial hubris as it was a notoriously difficult production which went wildly over-budget. It was viewed at the time as the end of New Hollywood. However, within recent years, the film has emerged in the popular and scholarly consciousness from enjoying a minor, cult status to becoming subject to a full-blown critical reconsideration in which it has been praised a major work by a key American filmmaker.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/writers-on-film. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Metal Exchange Podcast guys discuss Sorcerer's 2023 release, "Reign of the Reaper". Justin's Recommended Track: Morning Star Chris' Recommended Track: Thy Kingdom Will Come Listen to "Reign of the Reaper": https://open.spotify.com/album/44pasQeyxzNE6cB39WLkAv https://www.sorcererdoom.com/ https://www.facebook.com/sorcererdoom *Other Band Mentions* Caligula's Horse: https://caligulashorse.com/ & https://www.facebook.com/caligulashorseband Angra: https://angra.net/ & https://www.facebook.com/AngraOfficialPage Serenity: https://www.serenity-band.com/ & https://www.facebook.com/serenityaustria The Grandmaster: https://www.facebook.com/TheGrandmasterBand Joe Satriani: http://www.satriani.com/ & https://www.facebook.com/joesatriani Steve Vai: https://www.vai.com/ & https://www.facebook.com/stevevai X Japan: https://www.facebook.com/XJapan Queensryche: http://www.queensrycheofficial.com/ & https://www.facebook.com/QueensrycheOfficial Armored Saint: https://www.armoredsaint.com/ & https://www.armoredsaint.com/ *Become a Member of our Patreon* https://www.patreon.com/TheMetalExchangePodcast *Join us at The Metal Exchange* https://linktr.ee/MetalExchange https://www.facebook.com/TheMetalExchangePodcast https://www.facebook.com/groups/metalexchanges https://www.instagram.com/themetalexchangepodcast https://twitter.com/MetalExchangePd https://open.spotify.com/user/4tn81zpim10zdl0qu1azagd8o https://www.reddit.com/r/MetalExchangePodcast Use our special link to save 30% off your first month of any Zencastr paid plan: https://zen.ai/vBOlblZ3LdTvobbiQDKo6OabB1ANKmbing4Rty3hTXo --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/themetalexchangepodcast/support
Dan and Conrad resurrect an ancient wizard from a screaming coffin of tomato soup, hoist their triple-bladed shootin' sword and set off for the swashbuckling, headsplitting adventure of The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982) – the late Albert Pyun's directorial debut, featuring Lee Horsley, Kathleen Beller, Simon MacCorkindale, Geroge Maharis and Richard Lynch. It's your standard orphaned son of a murdered king returns to avenge his father's death and restore freedom to the realm, except he's actually not bothered and only wants to shag the Princess who hires him. It has some shocking scenes of gore and copious amounts of unnecessary female nudity, which made it somewhat of a video rental treasure for pre-pubescent boys in the 80s... but does it stand up to scrutiny now? Find out! Follow us on Threads, Facebook, Instagram and the thing that used to be Twitter, if it's still functioning. Support us on Patreon to nominate future films, vote on whether films should be released or thrown back, and access exclusive bonus content!
Does anyone remember Tamagotchi? Or maybe you had a Giga-Pet growing up? Whatever the case a virtual pet goes by many brand names and today we read one story that is both inspired by the virtual pet craze of the 90's and the lore behind hermaphrodites (that's intersex people for those in the know). We also have one story inspired by Dracula and another involving race horses. This is gonna be a fun one! Skip synopsis @ 9:44 Email: WeAppreciateManga@Gmail.com 129: Petshop of Horrors vol. 4 By Akino Matsuri Translation by Tomoharu Iwo and James Lucas Jones Lettering by Nunu Ngien Synopsis: When the only witnesses to a murder seems to be to fishes, detective Leon Orcot has D, the mysterious and bohemian Petshop manager take care of them. During the investigation they hunt for one suspect a woman who perhaps dated the murder victim. As things develop D works the case with Leon as an advisor and they soon come across a new witness. A cyber-pet in the form of a digital fish, they learn that like the fishes the murder victim themself was a hermaphrodite, someone capable of changing their gender or at the very least be able to pass as both genders. It becomes clear that the murderer was possibly transphobic. But luckily the cyber-pet had cameras connected and was able to record the crime, although Leon finds it hard for a pet's words to be admissible in court. D assures him that machines are valued in court, because machines do not lie. In Dark-Horse, Leon and D are on a film set and witness one of the stunt women, Betty, having an accident. The horse breaks its leg, meaning that it will need to be put down, which upsets Betty. D comforts her and learns that she is working part time as a stunt woman, with plans of becoming a jockey and using her own horse to compete in a derby. Betty takes D to her stable and finds she has one horse named sudden death, much to her surprise D recognises that the horse is deaf as well as very calm around the man. Not long after this Betty's father ends up in hospital, and to pay for his hospital bills she goes to visit D and see what horses he can make a deal with. Of course, it is no surprise D has one called Nightmare, but Betty is taken back to see that the horse that broke their leg is now recovered and being looked after by D. In the end Betty decides not to sell her horse, and instead use Sudden Death to compete in the derby. D promises to help her win and plans to make a miracle happen. On the day of the race, D attends with Leon to support Betty and Sudden Death. He gives Leon a whistle to cheer on Sudden Death. And Leon, because he is an idiot uses the whistle. Because of this Sudden Death wins the race. And in turn it proves D's theory that the horse is a thoroughbred descendent of Matchem, and thus recognises the legendary and somewhat enchanted whistle. Leon finally has a reason to arrest D since he rigged the game. However, D makes it clear, since they both placed a generous bet on the horse and Leon did blow the whistle, this means Leon is an accessory to the crime. The last story of this volume is a sort of ‘X-files' meets ‘Murder She Wrote' style chapter called ‘Dracula,' which tells the story of a vampire on the loose in America who is specifically targeting east Asian men that fits the description of D. Leon is assigned to protect D as he is partnered with FBI profiler, Norma Langley. She protests the theory of a vampire and explains the cause of death is poison made to look like a vampire attack. But things get tense when leaves Leon to look out on D whilst she decides to catch their unsubdued vampire by herself. Leon gets into a fight with one man, suspecting him of wanting to poison D with his gifts of cake and wine. But the two make up and Leon gets him a beer, he learns that the man is named Alex, still mourning the loss of his dead lover. In the climax of the story Leon decides that the safest place to hide D is by locking him up in a cell at the police station. Leon then investigates D's home and finds a photo of what appears to be D, Norma, and Alex in the same room. Even if one denies the existence of vampires the correlation is too strong to be coincidence. In a twist of fate. Norma shows up at the station and mortally wounds D, then she waits for the vampire to show. And he does show, Alex flies in and comes just in time to protect D but first he drinks the blood from D's wound, “ending the contract” as he claims. By drinking D's blood Alex turns into vapor and dies leaving no corpse. Norma tells D she lost the bet, thinking that Alex would move on the from the death of his lover and instead reunite with her, but Alex chose to reject Norma and unite with his lost love in death. When Leon makes it back to the station, he finds the coffee pots are laced with tranquilizer and sees that D is accompanied by a bat within his prison cell. The bat flies out through the bars and out the window. D is the last person to see Norma, who turned out to be a fake FBI agent after all. Leon refuses to believe that she was a vampire. · The chapters “Flowers and the Detective” will be talked about in a separate episode since these chapters share one continuity and act as a lore building side story to the plot. Having three parts and an additional chapter or two. Context: · Cyber-Pets (or Virtual-Pets) are pocket sized electronic toys that can be carried on a key ring. They were popular in the mid to late 90's with Bandai's Tamagotchi being the most famous (itself a portmanteau of the Japanese words “egg” and “watch”). Tamagotchi were also a precursor to Pokémon's rival Digimon, Whilst Giga-pets were a western competitor to Tamagotchi, released by Tiger Electronics with licensed deals to make Giga-Pets tie-in merchandise for existing franchises, such as Rugrats™ for one. Historical, scientific, and cultural references: · The term “Hermaphrodite” has origins in Greek mythology. Hermaphroditus being the child of Hermes and Aphrodite, whose story is told in Ovid's metamorphoses. · There are two types of hermaphroditism, Sequential and Simultaneous, the most common in fish is sequential, meaning it can only be one gender at one time. A Clown Fish, (think of titular character of Finding Nemo) will become male first, even becoming sexual but since these fishes exist in a hierarchy, they serve the sexually dominant female. If the female dies, the sexual male, becomes a female. So, it is male first, then maybe it will become female when it gets higher up and become the alpha of the group. They are not polygamous; males tend to stick by one female. · Humans do not experience hermaphrodism like animals. They do not change sex as some sort of Darwinist response to their environment or their age. However, intersex people do exist. At birth you either have male or female sex organs but some are born with both sex organs. Studies have claimed that in terms of fertility the biology of intersex people favoured motherhood more than fatherhood, (although fatherhood could be possible, the studies show it is rare) [Peculiar in that it supports that women are the “default” gender, with males having nipples develop in the womb before they develop gonads, women too may have an enlarged clitoris which may be mistaken for male genitalia, of course this is supposition. – James] · Although not mentioned by James and Will, a person defined as an intersex person could be someone whose puberty is halted or interrupted by underlying conditions, such as, Turner syndrome, Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (AIS) or XYY (Klinefelter) Syndrome to name a few. · The coronation of Victoria as Queen of the United Kingdom took place on Thursday, 28 June 1838, she was 19 years old at the time. According to Lucy Worsley's book, ‘Queen Victoria - Daughter, Wife, Mother, Widow' the coronation was a bit messy as far as coronations go; the royal treasurer threw silver medals commemorating the event at the crowd which caused quite a ruckus. · Matchem is a famous thoroughbred horse who was used for breeding between 1758 and 1781. Eclipse and Herod are also famous horses for the same reason. · His many offspring, include Pumpkin, won up to 1,000 racing matches. And another of Matchem's offspring, Conductor, gave off a good family tree of winners, including Trumpator who begot, Sorcerer, who then begot Smolensko and Wizard. Why do horses have crazy cool names? · One of D's horses is a clear a reference to Henry Fuseli's 1781 painting of the same name. The image of the horse in the manga is based on the same horse in Fuseli's 1791 rendition, because of its popularity Fuseli made multiple versions of the painting. All of them depict a woman sleeping, with a demon resting on top of her and a horse peering into the room behind a curtain. A lot do consider it the first depiction of sleep paralysis in an oil painting. · Alex has a bottle of Tokaj (Tokay) wine as a gift to D. Named after its vineyards in Hungary. It is the same wine that Dracula gives to Johnathan Harker in Bram Stoker's famous novel! Facebook Instagram Twitter/X Official Website Email
There are some books on magick that teach it purely as spiritual advancement. There are others that teach it as a form of psychological self-help that effects only inner change. While magick can and should be both of these, it is something more. The Sorcerer's Secrets is about success in practical magick; it is a book that aims at change in both the outer and inner worlds. Beyond a mere spell book or training course, The Sorcerer's Secrets is a field manual on successful sorcery written by a professional sorcerer. The first part of the book lays out the qualities, concepts, and exercises necessary to attempt practical magick. The second part presents clear strategies for tackling almost any type of issue with sorcery. The Sorcerer's Secrets will help rescue the art of magick from those who have ignored, downplayed, or just outright denied the existence of practical sorcery in favor of arcane titles, intangible results, and fantasy attainments.
Join Kelham and Thomas in this episode as they delve into the enigmatic world of "Highlander 3: The Final Dimension," also known as "The Final Conflict," or "The Sorcerer." We will unravel and try to answer the tough questions, such as "Why?" and "Are you sure?." We will spend time exploring the film's characters, storyline, and the enduring appeal of the Highlander franchise. Whether you're a die-hard fan or new to the sword-wielding immortals, you won't want to miss this deep dive into the third installment of the Highlander series. Grab your sword and tune in for a journey through time, immortality, and the tangents that we all know you love. As always, please rate, review, subscribe, and share this podcast so it can continue to grow and find new audiences. Contact Us: Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Socials - @observecast @unqualifiedobservers Kelham - @coolgollum Thomas - @stimpyisking
We've got a new—and very skeptical—reader for Season 2! That's right. We are in Season 2 right now even though Season 1 hasn't even finished yet. But join us as we review all of Sorcerer's Stone with our two friends Brandon and Christine.
In this very special episode, we dial back our time machines to the year 1993 and discuss our favorite and most formative albums from that year. With such a huge topic, we invited back our friends from the Metal Exchange Podcast for this discussion. We start by talking about some of our favorite current jams including On Thorns I Lay, Aeonian Sorrow, Temperance, Insomnium, Angra, Angelus Apatrida, Serenity, Sorcerer, and much more. Then we dive headfirst into our topic, as we talk about our favorite albums, and talk about the year in general for Metal Music. Let's just say, that some of the bands that we play and discuss on this episode are a first for MSRcast! So tune in, and keep it metal! More info on The Metal Exchange Podcast: https://linktr.ee/MetalExchange Playlist: Carcass - No Love Lost - Heartwork Dissection - The Somberlain - The Somberlain Smashing Pumpkins - Cherub Rock - Siamese Dream Pearl Jam - Leash - Vs. Gamma Ray - Last Before The Storm - Insanity and Genius Aerosmith - Eat the Rich - Get a Grip Conception - Roll the Fire - Parallel Minds Anthrax - 1000 Points of Hate - Sound of White Noise Life of Agony - This Time - River Runs Red Type O Negative - Blood & Fire - Bloody Kisses Visit us at msrcast.com, for all your MSRcast needs, including archives of podcasts, interviews, reviews, and much more. Remember to contact us at email@example.com, and follow us on Twitter, @msrcast, and @themetalpigeon. Come and join Cary and Sean over on Facebook, and while you are there, like our Facebook fan page to keep up at http://www.facebook.com/msrcastofficial. Come find us over on Instagram @msrcast. If you like the show, let others know by tweeting about it, talking about it, subscribing to iTunes, and leaving a review and comment. Enjoy, and Keep It Metal!
One account that has always piqued my interest is Simon the Sorcerer from Acts 18. In this episode we will look at the account as a whole and some lessons we can garner from it. Yesterday we got cut off before we could finish because of a power interruption. Today we will look at more lessons from this interesting account. If you want to support the show monthly, www.patreon.com/christianitynow You can do a one time donation through www.buymeacoffee.com/christianitynow You can. also PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org Be sure to subscribe to the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@ChristianityNowStreams #christianitynow #churchofchrist #christianpodcast #christianitytoday #simonthesorcerer #redemption #grace #mercy
A big budget US remake of “The Wages of Fear?” Where do we sign up? Tune in as Chris talks "The Directors Company," jungle shoots, and sweaty screen offerings as the LSCE screens William Friedkin's 1977 masterpiece “Sorcerer.” Join us! Works Cited: Canby, Vincent. “Sorcerer, Action Movie Set in Latin America.” The New York Times. June 25, 1977. Article Link. Accessed 8/18/23. “Feature Reviews: SORCERER.” Boxoffice. New York: Boxoffice Media LP, 1977. Article Link Flatley, Guy. “At the Movies: Roy Scheider, “Sorcerer Stat, Talks of Thrillers.” The New York Times. January 21, 1977. Article Link. Accessed 8/10/23. Friedkin, William. The Friedkin Connection: A Memoir. 2013. New York, Harper Collins. Kissel, Howard. “Arts & People: Films: Sorcerer.” WWD 134, no. 123 (1977): 9–. Article Link Mack. "Film Reviews: Sorcerer." Variety (Archive: 1905-2000), Jun 29, 1977, 26, Article Link Picture Grosses: “SORCERER” NICE 38G, ST. L.; “TALL” 50G, 2D. Variety. Vol. 287. Los Angeles: Penske Business Corporation, 1977. Article Link. “SORCERER” SWITCH. Screen International. London: Media Business Insight, 1977. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lsce/message
The 60th anniversary month begins, and we're looking at a story from the Doctors each day, in novel form. We start with a rare chat with the prolific Christopher Bulis, who discusses his novel The Sorceror's Apprentice, from 1995. Join Dave and Kenny from a trip to the magical land of Elbyon...
Friend of the podcast Eric Roach rejoins Jagbags to talk the films of the late William Friedkin, who recently passed away at the age of 87. We go through his movies, including "The French Connection", "The Exorcist", "To Live & Die in LA", "Cruising", and especially the unsung MASTERWORK "Sorcerer", starring Roy Scheider. Why did "Sorcerer" come and go without so much as a whimper at the box office? What made Friedkin's best work so compelling? Did the ends justify the means with Friedkin? What is his lasting legacy? We answer these questions, and many more. TUNE IN FOR FRIEDKIN!
Subscribe and review at Apple Podcasts and/or Spotify. Or wherever!This week on Future Fossils we pierce the veil with Adam Aronovich, cultural anthropologist and psychedelic integration therapist, to talk about the strange brew of web-connected healing and web-inflicted paranoia and delusions of grandeur, conspiracy epistemics, how people are being treated as robots, and robots are being treated as people, and engaging reality directly versus engaging through the manipulation of symbols. Among other things! It's a perfect treat for tricky times…Adam's Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Re Precision Health Page✨ Support Future Fossils & Feed My Kids:• Become a patron on Substack, Patreon, and/or Bandcamp for MANY extras, including a members-only FB Group and private channels on our Discord Server• Donate directly: @futurefossils on Venmo • $manfredmacx on CashApp • @michaelgarfield on PayPal• Browse my art and buy original paintings and prints (or commission new work)• Buy (NEARLY) all of the books we mention on the show at the Future Fossils Bookshop.org page• Show music: “Autocatalysis” (Live Extended Remix) coming this Friday to my Bandcamp!• Follow my music and awesome, eclectic playlists on Spotify✨ Special thanks to my friends at Noonautics.org for supporting both the show and pioneering research!✨ A mostly-but-not-entirely-complete list of references:An Oral History of The End of RealityMAPS Psychedelic Science 2023“A general model for the origin of allometric scaling laws in biology” by Geoffrey West, James Brown, Brian EnquistNew Religions of the 21st Century (Yuval Noah Harari's Google Tech Talk)The Matrix (franchise)A Glitch in The Matrix (documentary)Doug Rushkoff “fractalnoia” (FF 67)Stanislav Grof“So You Want To Be a Sorcerer in the Age of Mythic Powers?” on The Emerald PodcastWilliam Irwin Thompson - The Borg or BorgesJorge Luis Borges - On Exactitude in ScienceJean Baudrillard - Simulacra and SimulationsChatGPTDouglas Adams - The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy (Encyclopedia Galactica)Simon DeDeo on plural epistemology (interviewed by MG on Complexity Podcast 72)Erik Davis (FF 132)Bruce Damer (FF 109)Ken Adams (FF 209)Shane Mauss (FF 58)What the heck happened to Reality Sandwich?Mondo 2000 + R.U. Sirius This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit michaelgarfield.substack.com/subscribe
What the literal CONTRAST: two Simon's and two entirely differing TRAJECTORIES. On the one side, Simon Peter; the other a SORCERER. Only ONE holds the true KEY to ALL life,
In this episode, we begin our discussion of the classic film series Harry Potter. We talk about the pop culture surrounding the series, Stina creates an elective, and Danielle mentions the coziness of this film. Instagram: @heyitstwogirls, @classicSTINA, @daniellecobianchi Twitter: @heyitstwogirls, @classicSTINA Two Girls Drink Beer Youtube Beer Coffee Doughnuts Blog --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/twogirlswatchtv/message
Recorded in partnership with the Hawaii International Film Festival. Jeff and Phil welcome Lisa D'Apolito, director of the forthcoming documentary Albert Pyun King of Cult Movies, and Anderson Le, Artistic Director of the Hawaii International Film Festival, to talk about the life and career of prolific cult filmmaker Albert Pyun. They discuss Pyun's passion for movie-making by any means necessary, from chasing early cinema dreams in Hawaii, to breakout success with The Sword and the Sorcerer, to his ridiculously extensive 50+ movie resume stuffed with direct-to-video titles like Nemesis, Dollman and Crazy Six. Also: The Good, The Bad, and The WTF of the films of Albert Pyun. This episode is sponsored by the Westside Theatre's Little Shop of Horrors, starring Constance Wu and Corbin Bleu. Use the discount code LSOPOD10 for $10 off tickets.
Antony and returning guest Luke Thompson of ‘Luke's English Podcast' tackle William Friedkin's underrated 1977 thriller, starring Roy Scheider. This film wasn't a success in its day but has been reassessed over the decades and could now be considered a 'hidden masterpiece'. The plot is very simple but the film is marvellously evocative, and the production of the film is a story in itself... Hope you enjoy it! 'Film Gold' is on all the main podcast platforms. Feedback to email@example.com Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/filmgoldpod/ Twitter handle https://twitter.com/FilmGold75 Antony's website (blog, music, podcasts) https://www.antonyrotunno.com Antony's John Lennon podcast https://glassoniononjohnlennon.com/ Luke's website & podcast https://teacherluke.co.uk/ The full video version of our ‘Sorcerer' review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-a6odjdG-H4 episode links Sorcerer wikipedia page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sorcerer_(film) A great analysis of the main themes of the film https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2TdY0nRHzc&t=0s Vast amounts of IMDB trivia about ‘Sorceror' https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076740/trivia/?ref_=tt_trv_trv William Friedkin on the Marc Maron podcast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17OjQiec8Sg
This episode we discuss the first two films in the Harry Potter series, The Sorcerer's Stone and The Chamber of Secrets (2001-2002). We talk about our favorite characters, what house we would be in, and our thoughts on the new upcoming HBO reboot series. We also share some interesting Pub Facts that we hadn't known before this episode.Below is the recipe for the drink of choice as well as our social media handle and website. Leave a rate and review, and we hope you drink and laugh along with us, as well as reach out to us on Instagram!Recipe: Butter BeersIngredients: Vanilla Vodka, Butterscotch Schnapps, Amaretto, Cream Soda, Heavy Whipping Cream, Steps: Mix parts of all the alcohol, pour cream soda, and then top with the heavy whipping creamEnjoy!Instagram:@thefilmpubWebsite:https://thefilmpub.buzzsprout.com/
Goosebumps will go flying off the walls when you hear the stories Nik has to share in his velvety voice this episode.Nickolas Ely is a hypnotist, reverend, sorcerer, medium, and personal trainer and owner of Liberation Hypnosis.Since a very young age Nik has encountered spirits, demons, and energies of all kind.Join us on this journey as we hear about the house with a mysterious crying baby, an encounter with a closet spirit, an encounter with a napkin stealing demon, why "remember Marigold" is so important, what not to do when your friend encounters a ghost, and so so much more.Nik is starting a new personal training program working with both the mind and body called Witch Fitt. He'll also be starting a hypnosis training session soon so follow his socials for more information on everything Nik!liberationhypnosis.comhttps://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008529187006https://www.tiktok.com/@nikthehypnotisthttps://www.instagram.com/nik_the_hypnotist/Support the showRemember to share the podcast with friends and we want to hear your stories! Please e-mail them to us at Skeletalespodcast@gmail.com or leave a message at 302-689-DEAD (3323).Subscribe to our YouTube here: www.youtube.com/@skeletalespod Join our SkeleTeam over at Patreon here: www.patreon.com/Skeletalespodcast Buy some haunted shit over at www.skeletalespodcast.etsy.comAs always thanks for listening and Haunt Y'all Later!
This is Dice Tower Now for the week of October 24, 2023. This week, Avalon Hill finds the spirit of Christmas, Elzra hits the battlefields, University does the time warp again, Devir Rocks Hard with a runaway, and Cora yells SPOON! TOP STORIES (2:50) Annabelle and the Sorcerer's Spoon, A Children's book in the Coraquest World Betrayal at House on the Hill getting a Yuletide expansion Dexterity title Battlefields from Elzra Wizards of the Coast to consolidate Magic: The Gathering boosters Magic the Gathering - Fallout Set Magical Athlete Reprint coming from CMYK Rocky Horror Picture Show Boardgame from University Games RoboRally Master Builder Expansion Funko releasing 6 I.P. based childrens games Rock Hard: 1977 from Jackie Fox Photo Tour: North America by Timashov Publishing 2 Player title Lost Lights from Daniel Board Game Circus Barton in Bloom by Dan Bate Cosca: Take Over the Mafia CROWDFUNDING (22:00) Hello Kitty: A Day at the Park Keyforge: Grim Reminders Obsession: New Characters and Coins expansion Taiki Shinzawa's Charms and Inflation Davy Jones Locker: Curse of the Ghost Ships The Shivers Triple Terror Expansion SPONSOR UPDATE (33:30) The luck-duck, run-amok, dice-chuck con THE HOTNESS (35:55) Dune: Imperium – Uprising Obsession Ark Nova Heat: Pedal to the Metal Voidfall Molly House Nucleum Sky Team Zoo Vadis The White Castle CONNECT: Follow our Twitter newsfeed: twitter.com/dicetowernow Dig in with Corey at DiceTowerDish.com.
Welcome to Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gamed, and our Pathfinder 2nd Edition podcast. We are playing Wrath of the Righteous! It is a Pathfinder adventure path from 1st edition which we will be converting into Pathfinder 2nd Edition. Listen to us talk about what characters we are thinking of playing, as well as the work we already done to convert some of the player options. Listen to us joke around, talk shop, laugh, and have fun as we get amped up for our new campaign. Sorry for our late upload, but Steve has been busy editing and recording some new videos for our YouTube channel, the latest one can be checked out here, about the new Mystic playtest for the new Starfinder 2nd Edition. Also, vote for us here at the https://www.bestoflongisland.com/ as we compete for the best podcast on Long Island, NY in the Arts and Entertainment section! We last left off our heroes just about to fight the Dragon-Scarred Dwarf Skeleton, was not happy with us after Sortok tried to aid in sanctifying it with the enchanted candles that were from the previous room, but only lead to angering the entity. And through some play, the Dragon-Scarred Dwarf had split into the Dwarf Skeleton, and the Dragon Entity, the former seemed very confused, and the latter, seems to be very angry, but the contract that bound these entities together split, and now resides in part written on each of their bodies. Now it is a fight to see if the party can withstand the onslaught of both the confused Dwarf Skeleton, and the angered Dragon, while the party tries to save then Dwarf from eternal damnation. Can the party survive the wild attacks of the dwarf, while not damaging it unnecessarily while defeating the raging dragon entity, and find the solution to this chaos? Find out in the next episode of Wrath of the Righteous! With our Forever GM Jared leading the charge, Lets introduce our characters for this game, well, for as long as they survive! Fabio is playing the human Swashbuckler, Hennessy! Zach is playing the FORMER! human Sorcerer, now the Human Psychic, Artura! Jeff is playing the hobgoblin Wizard, Sortok! Tina is playing the dwarf Inquisitor, Nell! A new homebrewed class from Atune-A-Wizard Press, where the rules can be purchased at Drive-Thru-RPG at Inquisitor Steve is playing the human champion, Sir Ren! Thanks to our sponsor Die Hard Dice you can use our discount code of SpicyNVNG, is good for 10% off your purchase!!! You can also ask us questions for our cast to answer on our podcast by contacting us through our socials below or emailing us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org Check out our new website, and our Socials below: https://www.nvngpodcast.com/ Facebook YouTube Twitter Instagram Twitch You can also find us on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Podcasts, and Google Play. Music provided by StreamBeats Synthwave albums Ego, Lone Wolf, Renegade, Breaker, and Sunset by Harris Heller/Senpai Records. https://www.streambeats.com/ Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gamed LLC, uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Paizo Inc., which are used under Paizo's Community Use Policy. We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. This stream/podcast is not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Paizo Inc. For more information about Paizo's Community Use Policy, please visit paizo.com/communityuse. For more information about Paizo Inc. and Paizo products, please visit paizo.com.
A discussion of Walt Disney's 1940 film where Mickey meets classical music. Topics covered include: music itself, liking or not liking symphonies, and all things from the mind of Fr. Luke, a piano performance major from the University of Michigan. Intro music: "Magne Pater" by Dominican Schola Cantorum. Outro music: "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" by Paul Dukas.
Karl Gnass is a master draftsman with an expert understanding of the human and animal forms. His grasp of movement, anatomy, and energy has made him an in demand advisor to an animation industry eager to infuse more authenticity into its character and creature designs. Gnass (pronounced guh-nahss) has developed facial anatomy and character expressions and consulted on anatomical authenticity for such films as I Am Legend, Watchmen, The Polar Express, Hollow Man, as well as Disney's Tangled and Moana. Of particular note, he developed the character expressions and anatomical breakdowns for Stuart and other animals in Stuart Little and Stuart Little 2, and creature breakdowns in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Gnass has been at the forefront of helping animators translate drawing skills to new technology. Legendary Disney animator and Tangled co-director Glen Keane engaged Gnass to develop a Dynamic Figure for Maya class to help computer animators incorporate authentic movement with the then-emerging 3D rendering technology. In other industry arenas, Gnass has storyboarded for Disney Television Animation, and several of his figure drawings and paintings are in private celebrity collections. Gnass also served as a judge in choosing the film and TV storyboard artist and director nominees for the Annie Awards (animation's highest awards).Watch the Podcast on YouTube | Read the DiariesHost, Author of Diary of an Actress,. Executive Producer: Rachel BailitEditor, Producer : Max BugrovYouTube: @diaryofanactresspodcastInstagram: diaryofanactresspodcastTikTok: @diaryofanactresspodcastFacebook: diaryofanactress
Hi friends, we're on hiatus for the fall. To tide you over, we're putting up some favorite episodes from our archives. Enjoy! ---- [originally aired February 17, 2021] Guess what folks: we are celebrating a birthday this week. That's right, Many Minds has reached the ripe age of one year old. Not sure how old that is in podcast years, exactly, but it's definitely a landmark that we're proud of. Please no gifts, but, as always, you're encouraged to share the show with a friend, write a review, or give us a shout out on social. To help mark this milestone we've got a great episode for you. My guest is the writer, Brian Christian. Brian is a visiting scholar at the University of California Berkeley and the author of three widely acclaimed books: The Most Human Human, published in 2011; Algorithms To Live By, co-authored with Tom Griffiths and published in 2016; and most recently, The Alignment Problem. It was published this past fall and it's the focus of our conversation in this episode. The alignment problem, put simply, is the problem of building artificial intelligences—machine learning systems, for instance—that do what we want them to do, that both reflect and further our values. This is harder to do than you might think, and it's more important than ever. As Brian and I discuss, machine learning is becoming increasingly pervasive in everyday life—though it's sometimes invisible. It's working in the background every time we snap a photo or hop on Facebook. Companies are using it to sift resumes; courts are using it to make parole decisions. We are already trusting these systems with a bunch of important tasks, in other words. And as we rely on them in more and more domains, the alignment problem will only become that much more pressing. In the course of laying out this problem, Brian's book also offers a captivating history of machine learning and AI. Since their very beginnings, these fields have been formed through interaction with philosophy, psychology, mathematics, and neuroscience. Brian traces these interactions in fascinating detail—and brings them right up to the present moment. As he describes, machine learning today is not only informed by the latest advances in the cognitive sciences, it's also propelling those advances. This is a wide-ranging and illuminating conversation folks. And, if I may say so, it's also an important one. Brian makes a compelling case, I think, that the alignment problem is one of the defining issues of our age. And he writes about it—and talks about it here—with such clarity and insight. I hope you enjoy this one. And, if you do, be sure to check out Brian's book. Happy birthday to us—and on to my conversation with Brian Christian. Enjoy! A transcript of this show is available here. Notes and links 7:26 - Norbert Wiener's article from 1960, ‘Some moral and technical consequences of automation'. 8:35 - ‘The Sorcerer's Apprentice' is an episode from the animated film, Fantasia (1940). Before that, it was a poem by Goethe. 13:00 - A well-known incident in which Google's nascent auto-tagging function went terribly awry. 13:30 - The ‘Labeled Faces in the Wild' database can be viewed here. 18:35 - A groundbreaking article in ProPublica on the biases inherent in the Correctional Offender Management Profiling for Alternative Sanctions (COMPAS) tool. 25:00 – The website of the Future of Humanity Institute, mentioned in several places, is here. 25:55 - For an account of the collaboration between Walter Pitts and Warren McCulloch, see here. 29:35- An article about the racial biases built into photographic film technology in the 20th century. 31:45 - The much-investigated Tempe crash involving a driverless car and a pedestrian: 37:17 - The psychologist Edward Thorndike developed the “law of effect.” Here is one of his papers on the law. 44:40 - A highly influential 2015 paper in Nature in which a deep-Q network was able to surpass human performance on a number of classic Atari games, and yet not score a single point on ‘Montezuma's Revenge.' 47:38 - A chapter on the classic “preferential looking” paradigm in developmental psychology: 53:40 - A blog post discussing the relationship between dopamine in the brain and temporal difference learning. Here is the paper in Science in which this relationship was first articulated. 1:00:00 - A paper on the concept of “coherent extrapolated volition.” 1:01:40 - An article on the notion of “iterated distillation and amplification.” 1:10:15 - The fourth edition of a seminal textbook by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig, AI a Modern approach, is available here: http://aima.cs.berkeley.edu/ 1:13:00 - An article on Warren McCulloch's poetry. 1:17:45 - The concept of “reductions” is central in computer science and mathematics. Brian Christian's end-of-show reading recommendations: The Alignment Newsletter, written by Rohin Shah Invisible Women, by Caroline Criado Perez: The Gardener and the Carpenter, Alison Gopnik: You can keep up with Brian at his personal website or on Twitter. Many Minds is a project of the Diverse Intelligences Summer Institute, which is made possible by a generous grant from the Templeton World Charity Foundation to UCLA. 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