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Suffolk Sounds
Suffolk Sounds Episode 33: Volleyball's Shannon Malloy

Suffolk Sounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 14:02 Transcription Available


Suffolk volleyball's and Miss Teen Massachusetts Shannon Malloy joined Suffolk Sounds for its 33rd episode to discuss juggling a class workload, a volleyball schedule and being Miss Teen Massachusetts.

Suffolk Sounds
Suffolk Sounds Episode 37: Men's Golf's Ken DiMaggio

Suffolk Sounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


Suffolk men's golf new head coach Ken DiMaggio caught up with Suffolk Sounds to give Ram Nation a chance to meet one of the newest additions to Suffolk University Athletics. 

The Long Island History Project
Episode 161: Betsy Gulotta and the Hempstead Plains

The Long Island History Project

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 36:26


The Hempstead Plains were once a defining feature of Long Island. Covering some 40,000 acres, the Plains stretched from the Queens border in the west to the Suffolk border in the east, creating a sea of waist-high grass in the middle of what is now Nassau County. Remnants of the Plains still remain, most notably in a 17-acre segment on the campus of Nassau Community College preserved by the Friends of Hempstead Plains. Betsy Gulotta standing before the last remnants of the Hempstead Plains on the campus of Nassau Community College. On today's episode, Betsy Gulotta, former conservation project manager of the Friends, takes us on a walking tour, pointing out the grasses, trees, and endangered species that have continued to thrive for centuries. She relates the history of the Friends and their conservation efforts, as well as some of the storied history of the Plains. That history includes the earliest horseracing in the state, numerous staging areas for soldiers like Camp Black during the Spanish American War, and sites like Mitchel Field that helped make the area the Cradle of Aviation. Further Research Friends of Hempstead Plains Facebook The History of Mitchel Field Sandplain Gerardia Neidich-Ryder, C., Kennelly, P. Mapping prairie remnants on the Hempstead Plains, Long Island, New York. Environ Monit Assess 186, 3011–3022 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-013-3597-1 Watson W. C. (1860). The plains of long island. Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.31824.

Impromptu Business Chat
S2 Ep 1 Highway to the conquer zone with profit hunter Freddie Bennett

Impromptu Business Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 70:54


Freddie's baaaack! Series 2 of Leadership & Life Chat kicks off with a former guest, professional adventurer and profit hunter, Freddie Bennett!  Freddie first joined James and Mark back in early 2021 on Impromptu Business Chat, chatting about how he uses the lessons he's learnt in life to advise and inspire businesses on how to motivate their teams and embrace change. Since then, Freddie has had some major life changes, including packing up and moving his family to New Zealand, so the team invited him back to find out why, and talk about his new book and career change – tapping into customer bases to discover new lines of profit.  Freddie has worked with some of the biggest companies in the world and conquered some mammoth personal demons along the way, having left the corporate grind behind him. He speaks passionately about choosing your battles, whether we really need to smash our comfort zones, his own theory on the relativity of time, and how we should all be more aware of our own waypoints! He also discusses how we should embrace the seasons of change in our lives and businesses, and how we can reject hustle culture.  GET IN TOUCH! We would love to hear your thoughts on today's episode, email us at podcasts@larking-gowen.co.uk.  We would also love it if you could rate us 5 STARS on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, this really helps people find us! You can also now watch us on YouTube! Click here – link to relevant episode  Thank you to our sponsors Larking Gowen, Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors – check out their website to see how they could help your business www.larking-gowen.co.uk © Larking Gowen LLP  Show notes: Find out more about Freddie – https://freddiembennett.com/ Listen to Freddie on Impromptu Business Chat here  BOOKS Starting at Zero – Freddie Bennett  Man's Search For Meaning: The classic tribute to hope from the Holocaust by Viktor E Frankl The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing by Bronnie Ware  

CitizenCast
Reality Check | Can soccer save Suffolk Park?

CitizenCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 21:59


WURD host and Citizen contributor Charles Ellison chats with Kai Englisch about his moving story on Suffolk Park and the African communities that gather to play soccer there.

Three's a Crime: A True Crime Podcast
Episode 79: Murder at The Red Barn

Three's a Crime: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 69:08


The Red Barn Murder was a 1827 killing in Polstead, Suffolk, England. A young woman was shot dead by her lover at the  local landmark after the two had arranged to meet before eloping._____________________________________________________________________________________ We LOVE our Weirdlings! Thank you for your support! -Emily, Lindsey, & Tori-How to subscribe, connect with us and where to listen! https://linktr.ee/threesacrime -For photos related to this episode check out our instagram: http://instagram.com/threesacrimepodcast-Like the show? Support us on Patreon! http://patreon.com/threesacrimepodcast-Music by: BLVCK CEILING: http://instagram.com/BLVCKCEILING  Affiliate Codes:-BarkBox: http://barkbox.snlv.net/3AC-SuperChewer: http://superchewer.snlv.net/3AC-Buzzsprout: http://buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1903473-Murder Apparel: Use code WEIRDLING at checkout for 20% off your order!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission at no additional cost to you.

Talking Out Your Glass podcast
Helen Whittaker: Intertwining Contemporary and Traditional Elements in Stained Glass

Talking Out Your Glass podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 53:57


Renowned artist and designer Helen Whittaker is highly regarded for her new stained glass windows and architectural sculpture in glass and copper. With an aim to engage the viewer through good design and craftsmanship, the artist creates energy and movement intertwining contemporary and traditional elements. Her designs are inspired by the client, the brief and the building, whether housed in historic or modern buildings, in ecclesiastical or secular contexts. As Creative Director at the highly acclaimed Barley Studio in York, Whittaker heads a multi-skilled team alongside Managing Director Keith Barley MBE.  Whittaker earned her MA in Visual, Islamic and Traditional Arts from the University of Wales, from her studies at the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture. Her BA, with a specialism in three-dimensional design using glass and ceramics, is from the University of Sunderland, a Centre of Excellence and the largest glass and ceramics department in Europe.  With 25 years of experience in stained glass creation and restoration painting, Whittaker has completed at least 100 commissions across the UK. In the summer of 2018, one of her stained glass windows was displayed in Buckingham Palace. Recently Whittaker collaborated with David Hockney for his art work in Westminster Abbey, The Queen's Window and was featured in a BBC documentary about the window. One of her pieces of art, commemorating The Role of Women in the Royal Air Force was formally unveiled by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.  A Craft Scholar of the Prince's Foundation, Whittaker has received the prestigious Hancock Medal for High Achievement. She has won several awards (including a commission) through the highly competitive Stevens Competition, and more recently has acted as judge and Chairman of the Judges. Whittaker is a Fellow of the British Society of Master Glass Painters and a Court Member (the executive body) of the Worshipful Company of Glaziers, a leading Livery Company of the City of London, whose existence was first recorded in 1328. She presented the Stained Glass Museum 2020 Annual Lecture, has given a Ted Talk and recently addressed the Art workers Guild in London. ToYG podcast was able to speak with Whittaker in between her work on current projects for All Saints Church, Wetheringsett cum Brockford, Suffolk, and Lily Chapel, Manila, Philippines.    

CitizenCast
Save soccer. Save Suffolk Park.

CitizenCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 7:49


Philly's most talented African soccer players play in Suffolk Park. City Hall touts their successes in the Unity Cup. So why can't Philly give this park a little help?

We Witches Three

When: King Stephen, 1150 AD (this was, apparently, a wild and magical time, with anarchy, civil war, wizard monks, and oddly colored children about) Where: Woolpit, Suffolk, EnglandA boy and a girl with green skin show up in Woolpit around harvest time. They don't speak English and are acting all weird and shit. They are taken to a nobleman's home and offered food, but they refuse to eat anything they're offered. Eventually, they chill out and eat some raw green beans. They lived there for several years, during which time they slowly were able to eat a more varied diet and speak the new language. The change in diet led to them losing their green color. The little boy eventually dies, but the little girl is given the name Agnes and grows up, becomes a nice normal, god-fearing woman, gets married, and has a kid. Like you do. There are some stories that note she was a little slutty and misbehaved, which probs mean she was a normal person. When they were able to speak, they were asked where they came from.Quoteth:“We are inhabitants of the land of St. Martin, who is regarded with peculiar veneration in the country which gave us birth.”“We are ignorant [of how we arrived here]; we only remember this, that on a certain day, when we were feeding our father's flocks in the fields, we heard a great sound, such as we are now accustomed to hear at St. Edmund's, when the bells are chiming; and whilst listening to the sound in admiration, we became on a sudden, as it were, entranced, and found ourselves among you in the fields where you were reaping.”“The sun does not rise upon our countrymen; our land is little cheered by its beams; we are contented with that twilight, which, among you, precedes the sun-rise, or follows the sunset. Moreover, a certain luminous country is seen, not far distant from ours, and divided from it by a very considerable river.They are from St. Martin's land, they were tending their father's flocks and heard a bell ringing, supposedly from the local church, and then found themselves in the fields of Woolpit. In St. Martin's land, there is no sun, just a perpetual twilight. It is not far away from Woolpit, and the two lands are separated by a river. In some versions of the story, the strange noise compelled them to enter a cave,and when they emerged, they found themselves in Woolpit. When asked if they had Christianity there, they claimed they did believe in Christ and had churches.The most popular explanation was that they were Flemish, separated from their parents while fleeing persecution from the English, and lost in the woods. They were probably malnourished, causing them to have that green color. Other explanations include the children arriving from the fairy Otherworld, a tale of racial tensions between the Anglo English and indigenous Britons, and, of course,Who is St Martin and where is St. Martin's land? There are no areas known as St. Martin's land in the area at that time. However, in the 17th century, there was a Flemish village of Fornham St. Martin adjacent to Woolpit, but it is not on any maps of the time. The Flemish inhabitants of this village were massacred, leading to the theory of the children being lost Flemish children, and perhaps, timelines were fudged.Sources: https://www.historic-uk.com/CultureUK/The-Green-Children-of-Woolpit/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_children_of_Woolpithttps://historyofyesterday.com/the-green-children-of-woolpit-77647fa58044 https://esoterx.com/2016/07/10/going-green-the-subterranean-kingdom-of-saint-martins-land/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Fugateshttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/290187537_Sacred_geometry_and_the_english_church_bellhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Die_Glocke_(conspiracy_theory)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stupa

Episode 7 - Nicholas Giordano - Founder of the PAS Report and Prof. of Political Science at Suffolk Community College

"Whither the Looniversity?" - A Podcast on the Miserable State of the American University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 52:54


My guest on Episode 7 of "Whither the Looniversity?" is Prof. Nicholas Giordano, who teaches political science at Suffolk Community College. Nicholas is the founder of the PAS Report, which offers political analysis and strategies, and he hosts a regular podcast on politics. Before teaching at the college level, Prof. Giordano worked with the Department of Homeland Security. He has written for many outlets including the New York Post and Campus Reform. We discuss the state of political science departments, the future of the university, and the role of community colleges in American higher education.

Episode 7 - Nicholas Giordano - Founder of the PAS Report and Prof. of Political Science at Suffolk Community College

"Whither the Looniversity?" - A Podcast on the Miserable State of the American University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 52:54


My guest on Episode 7 of "Whither the Looniversity?" is Prof. Nicholas Giordano, who teaches political science at Suffolk Community College. Nicholas is the founder of the PAS Report, which offers political analysis and strategies, and he hosts a regular podcast on politics. Before teaching at the college level, Prof. Giordano worked with the Department of Homeland Security. He has written for many outlets including the New York Post and Campus Reform. We discuss the state of political science departments, the future of the university, and the role of community colleges in American higher education.

Sermons
Oh, What God Can Do! (Genesis 44:1- 45:15)

Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022


Dr. Thurman Hayes Jr. preaching on Genesis 44:1-45:15, Sunday Morning September 11, 2022. First Baptist Church, Suffolk, Va.

Bostopia News
Deep Dive - Suffolk DA Final Thoughts

Bostopia News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 38:51


Election breakdown, released documents, Globe's integrity, and what Ricardo could have done differently. This one has it all!

The General Practice Podcast
Podcast - MBW and PL - INTs

The General Practice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 25:19


Integrated Care Systems are here and with them, the advent of new ways of working and yet more healthcare terminology! Integrated Neighbourhood Teams (INTs) may be an original concept to many of us in general practice but in Suffolk and North East Essex, they have been in existence for a little bit longer. In this week's podcast episode, sponsored by Livi, we are privileged to be joined by Maddie Baker-Woods, Director of Ipswich and East Suffolk Alliance at Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care Board, and Paul Little, Director for Integrated Health and Care at Suffolk County Council and East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation Trust, who explain how their own, established network of INTs work, how the teams interact with PCNs and primary care more widely, the challenges, and rewards, they have encountered on their own journey – and why localised care is key to meeting the needs of individual population areas, rather than a more widespread approach.   Introduction (9 secs) Meeting Maddie and Paul (1 min 6 secs) Maddie's role (1 min 16 secs) All about Paul (2 mins 9 secs) Building Integrated Neighbourhood Teams (3 mins) Organising services and a locality-based model (4 mins 33 secs) Balancing relationships between integrated neighbourhoods and primary care networks (6 mins 53 secs) Overcoming barriers (7 mins 24 secs) Working with constraints and challenges (8 mins 30 secs) How does general practice feed into the integrated neighbourhood teams? (9 mins 8 secs) Accountability (10 mins 48 secs) A place-based versus organisational (top down) approach (12 mins 55 secs) The influence of local demographic (14 mins 28 secs) Positive outcomes (15 mins 42 secs) Helping people to be as independently functioning as possible (17 mins 44 secs) Advice from Paul for others embarking on the same journey (18 mins 51 secs) Maddie's top tips (20 mins 45 secs) Estates and co-location (21 mins 6 secs) Where general practice should be prioritising their efforts (21 mins 30 secs) Finding out more (24 mins 14 secs)   To learn more about the work of NHS Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care Board, check out their website here. This podcast episode is sponsored by Livi, the first digital healthcare provider to be rated Outstanding by the CQC. Further information about Livi and what's on offer can be found here.

His2Go - Geschichte Podcast
His2Go#95 - Der letzte Kampf der Wikinger: die Schlacht von Stamford Bridge im Jahr 1066

His2Go - Geschichte Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 51:06


Harald Hardrada, der norwegische König, bricht im September des Jahres 1066 nach England auf, um den erst kürzlich gekrönten Harold Godwinson herauszufordern. Am 25. September des Jahres kommt es bei dem Dorf Stamford Bridge schließlich zur Entscheidungsschlacht. Harald Hardradas Biographie, von seiner ersten Schlacht als 15-Jähriger bis zu seinem dramatischen Tod im Jahr 1066, wie auch der Umstand, dass sich die Wikingerzeit dem Ende neigt, sind der Grund dafür, dass er als letzter Wikinger der Geschichte gilt...........WERBUNGDu willst dir die Rabatte unserer Werbepartner sichern? Hier geht's zu den Angeboten!........FOLGENBILDDas Folgenbild zeigt ein Gemälde des norwegischen Künstlers Peter Nicolai Arbo aus dem Jahr 1870. Dargestellt ist Haralds Hardradas tot bei der Schlacht von Stamford Bridge.........LITERATURDe Vries, Kelly: The Norwegian Invasion of England in 1066, Suffolk 1999. Peltzer, Jörg: 1066. Der Kampf um Englands Krone, München 2016..........UNTERSTÜTZUNGIhr könnt uns dabei unterstützen, weiterhin jeden 10., 20. und 30. des Monats eine Folge zu veröffentlichen!Folgt und bewertet uns bei Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Podimo, Instagram, Twitter oder über eure Lieblings-Podcastplattformen. Über diesen Spendenlink oder unseren Fanartikel-Shop könnt ihr uns auch finanziell unterstützen!Wir freuen uns über euer Feedback, Input und Vorschläge zum Podcast, die ihr uns über das Kontaktformular auf der Website, Instagram und unsere Feedback E-Mail: kontakt@his2go.de schicken könnt. An dieser Stelle nochmals vielen Dank an jede einzelne Rückmeldung, die uns bisher erreicht hat und uns sehr motiviert..........COPYRIGHTMusic from https://filmmusic.io: “Sneaky Snitch” by Kevin MacLeod and "Plain Loafer" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

New England Weekend
Showcasing STEM with Suffolk Construction, and Autism Therapy Innovation on the South Shore

New England Weekend

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 34:05


Suffolk Construction in Boston is teaming up with the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts to help inspire young girls to enter STEM fields, especially construction! Libby Murphy, Project Executive at Suffolk, talks with Nichole about the special camp they held recently, and their plans to help young women embrace science, technology, engineering, and math careers. Scott Snider, the CEO of Proven Behavior Solutions on the South Shore, joins the show to talk about new, innovative ways to help improve the lives of those on the autism spectrum. Scott also discusses technologies that are helping people with intellectual and developmental disabilities live more independent lives.

Path to Liberty
Blueprint for Liberty: The Suffolk Resolves of 1774

Path to Liberty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 19:28


Down the memory hole is where most foundational principles of the American Revolution seem to go. That includes the Suffolk Resolves - Sept 9, 1774 - which called for non-compliance to the Coercive Acts, disobedience to courts, tax resistance and more. The post Blueprint for Liberty: The Suffolk Resolves of 1774 first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
Arroyo Plans To File An Ethics Complaint Against Suffolk DA Opponent Hayden

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 0:50


This announcement came days before the Suffolk County District Attorney primary election, where Arroyo and Hayden are facing off. WBZ's Shari Small reports:

Sermons
The Beauty of Reconciliation (Genesis 42-43)

Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022


Dr. Thurman Hayes Jr. preaching on Genesis 42-43, Sunday Morning September 4, 2022. First Baptist Church, Suffolk, Va.

Dr Mary Travelbest Guide
Long Island, New York

Dr Mary Travelbest Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 5:31


In this episode: FAQ is: Are cruises safe from covid or not? Today's Destination is Long Island, New York Today's Mistake- Sailing on a Catamaran Travel Advice:  Use your airline points now or risk losing them    FAQ is: Are cruises safe from covid or not?   Answer: The CDC has lifted the restrictions, but that doesn't mean it's over. The reporting of additional outbreaks is still happening. Don't let that keep you from your cruise. Check the color status of your ship before you embark. Show notes have links to some helpful tips on staying safe.   Follow the requirements before boarding which include vaccinations and testing protocol. These are all subject to change. https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/cruise/cruise-ship-color-status.html   https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2022/03/30/1089748769/cdc-cruise-travel-covid   Today's Long Island, New York I was raised on Long Island, New York and I had an accent back then. I've worked hard to lose it, but it comes back when I visit. I also say funny words, like Orange and Florida. What's it like on Long Island? It's a step one or two destination. Here are some things you may know and may not know about it.  It's the longest and the largest island in the contiguous United States, Long Island extends 118 miles (190 km) eastward from New York Harbor to Montauk Point.   Long Island is densely populated with 8 million people in all. Along its Atlantic coast are Jones Beach State Park, Fire Island and Montauk Point State Park, at the end of the fork.    As kids, my parents took us to these places often. My mom told a story about almost drowning in the ocean there, but all went fine.    Long Island is home to the late-1700s era Montauk Lighthouse. On the east end, the North Fork is home to wineries and the East, South, and West Hamptons, characterized by upscale homes, trendy restaurants and antiques shops. When I grew up there, I never knew it was trendy. https://www.discoverlongisland.com/ https://www.longisland.com/ On Long Island there are Kings or Brooklyn and Queens, plus Nassau and Suffolk counties, split into two forks. North and South Fork. There are wineries, farm stands, theaters, country clubs and well known beaches like Jones Beach, Robert Moses and more. Plan a day trip. Choose one central location. Then plan activities around it. See what you can and come back again.    Today's Mistake- Sailing on a Catamaran I rented a sailboat, a catamaran on Mission Bay for an afternoon. I thought I was a good sailor at the time. I had finished a sailing safety course and knew a lot of the theory. But in practice, I was lousy. I invited my friends to join me on the boat and I tipped it over and could not get it back up again. That was a disaster. Don't do what I did with a sailboat. Know your sailing and winds before you go.  Today's Travel Advice- Use your airline and hotel miles now   If you have travel points or miles on an airline, use them up. I believe that soon we will see these rewards change to a new type of value, called tokens. The token economy is heading our way, and loyalty will look much different. Donate miles to a charity if you can. Give them to your children and grandchildren now, while they still have some benefit. They are not “your” owned items, as they belong to the carrier. They have the right to change the rules anytime, with you missing out. If you notice the long legal disclaimers on these programs give all rights to them, and there are no rights to members. Connect with Dr Travelbest Drmarytravelbest.com Dr. Mary Travelbest Twitter Dr. Mary Travelbest Facebook Page Dr. Mary Travelbest Facebook Group Dr. Mary Travelbest Instagram email: info@drmarytravelbest.com Dr. Mary Travelbest Podcast Dr. Travelbest on TikTok Dr.Travelbest onYouTube

The David Eagle Podcast
Featuring Matthew Crampton and The Reincarnated Soul Of Little Richard As a Panda

The David Eagle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 68:45


We're joined by our good friend, the velvet voiced author andraconteur Matthew Crampton. He hosts our first animal penis fact quiz,live from Folk East Festival in Suffolk. He also accompanies us on ourLondon tea based adventure for a multifaceted Herbal Tea Of The Week.Plus there's a very weird Spammer time courtesy of eliza carthy and yet anotherharrowing journey story.

Free Thinking Through the Fourth Turning with Sasha Stone
The "Semi-Fascists" Are Coming from Inside the House

Free Thinking Through the Fourth Turning with Sasha Stone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 31:25


“The liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people tolerated the growth of private power to a point where it becomes stronger than the democratic state itself. That in its essence is fascism: ownership of government by an individual, by a group, or any controlling private power.” ― Franklin D. RooseveltThe same week Mark Zuckerberg admitted the FBI pressured him to deep-six the story of Hunter Biden's laptop, Joe Biden called the populists on the Right “semi-fascists.” From the FBI's raid on Mar-a-Lago, to the use of social media to police the Biden administration's idea of “misinformation” to the surveillance of political enemies of the state by an all-volunteer army of social media users — “semi-fascism” is all around us. Naturally, this gave many hyperbolic Twitter users a jumping-off point to get those juicy, juicy likes, as they continue to cheerlead Biden in all the wrong direction. So let's get a few basics out of the way, shall we? The side policing speech are the “semi-fascists.” The side demanding ideological compliance? Also, the “semi-fascists.” The side throwing political prisoners in solitary for upwards of a year with no charges? “Semi-fascists.” The side that dehumanizes and scapegoats whole groups of people and encourages cutting them off from the economic system? “Semi-fascists.”The side with the FBI pressuring Big Tech to suppress negative information about a political candidate? You guessed it. The “Semi-fascists.” The power of the Democratic Party is shrinking and focusing on the most elite in our society. Their attention has narrowed significantly to the point where they are alienating more voters than they are attracting. From the Wall Street Journal's interview with Ruy Teixeira:We're living in a country where most institutions are dominated by graduates of colleges and universities that have made it their mission to proselytize on behalf of crazy ideas. That includes the Democratic Party to a vastly greater extent than the GOP, especially the post-Trump GOP.Mr. Teixeira acknowledges that this is a development “The Emerging Democratic Majority” failed to foresee: “We didn't anticipate the extent to which cultural liberalism might segue into cultural radicalism and the extent to which that view, particularly as driven by younger cohorts, would wind up imprinting itself on the entire infrastructure in and around the Democratic Party—the advocacy groups, the foundations, academia of course, certainly the lower and middle levels of the Democratic Party infrastructure itself.”Voters chose Biden partly because they believed he was a moderate. Instead, he's become a kind of George Spahn figure who passively allowed the Manson family to overtake Spahn Ranch. No, I'm not comparing the “woke” fanatics to the Manson family, but it is important to understand what we're dealing with here.Biden's ongoing dehumanization of Trump supporters is dangerous because of how people on the right, or those who push back against the newfound religious zealotry on the New Left, is reaching dangerous levels not seen since 1930s Germany.This example of the reaction to Ben Shapiro appearing at a podcast event is funny but also downright chilling. They don't fear Shapiro because he's an Orthodox Jew. They fear him because of his political views. Can you remember any other time in American history where opinions held contrary to one's own made people feel “unsafe”? You can just feel that one, can't you? Like a punch in the gut. You don't just dismiss something like that. At least The Babylon Bee, still banned from Twitter, mocks the whole concept:You can see why so many still turn to Trump out of desperation because Trump is not scared of them, even with everything they've thrown at him. Even facing an inevitable indictment, Trump just mocks them. How does the American system survive someone they can't control? They've never had to deal with a Donald Trump, that's for sure. Trump is testing the Constitution every day, proving why it is such an important document. The Constitution is the only thing preventing our current government from graduating from “semi-fascists” to full-blown fascists. Or how they used to refer to Stalin's regime “red fascism.” They use their systems of power to subvert Democracy, violate the Constitution, and weaponize the Department of Justice. As long as the media backs them up and the polls work in their favor, they won't stop. One of the great things about social media is that supposedly everyone has a voice online. But now, under Biden and in our post-2020 environment, our government is using Big Tech as a filter to violate the First Amendment, using “misinformation” or “disinformation” as a catch-all for speech they don't like. I posted a Tik Tok video of a high school coach ruminating on the Mar-A-Lago raid. He said he didn't believe the claims of a rigged election until he saw just how far the Democrats were willing to go to get Trump. His video was honest, heartfelt, and, more than anything, his right as an American to speak his mind. Youtube removed the video citing “misinformation.” When I appealed, telling them they had become authoritarians, I got this response:You can watch that video for yourself on Rumble. Sites like Rumble, Substack, Gettr, Truth Social and other alternative platforms give the illusion that there is equal access to all, but if you've been online a while, you know what it means to be dumped from the major organs of the new economy online. These big sites got there first. We trusted them by handing over our attention, information, relationships, shopping behavior, and history. Now, they have betrayed that trust. Will the Real Fascists Please Stand Up?So many people don't understand the word “fascism.” They throw it around because it plays well on Twitter and cable TV. It seems so unequivocal. Trump is bad. Fascists are bad. So Trump must be a fascist. Here is how Yuval Noah Harari defines Fascism in Lessons for the 21st Century:“The word “fascism” comes from the Latin fascis, meaning “a bundle of rods.” That sounds like a rather unglamorous symbol for one of the most ferocious and deadly ideologies in world history, but it has a deep and sinister meaning. A single rod is very weak, and you can easily snap it in two. However, once you bundle many rods together into a fascis, it becomes almost impossible to break them. This implies that the individual is a thing of no consequence, but as long as the collective sticks together, it is very powerful. Fascists therefore believe in privileging the interests of the collective over those of any individual, and demand that no single rod ever dare break the unity of the bundle.”If Trump had been a fascist, there would not have been any protests in 2020. Protesters would have simply been shot on the spot or thrown in jail. There would have been no CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times or any newspaper criticizing him or even existing at all. Do you think the speaker of the House would have ripped up a speech if standing behind a fascist? Do you think a fascist would have allowed nonstop dehumanization and bullying on Twitter every second, not to mention on late-night comedy shows and awards shows? Stephen Colbert? Arrested and convicted without a trial. Bill Maher? Solitary confinement. Hillary Clinton would have been locked up. AOC along with her.With fascism, you don't have to worry about bothersome things like due process, presumption of innocence, freedom of speech, or Democracy. You have absolute power and control over the state, which has absolute power over the citizenry. You can't tell me the zealots on the Left wouldn't want that. Sure, you might say, Trump, denied the results of the 2020 election, making him a fascist. But that makes him someone who has an unpopular opinion of something. Perhaps you find that bad or scary or an abuse of power and bad for the country but calling it “semi-fascist” is a reach. MSNBC, CNN, and many of the legacy media outlets painted January 6th as a “fascist coup” and did a very good job using video footage of a riot as a powerful piece of propaganda. But a violent protest against the government is not “fascist.” The crackdown of that riot is fascist, especially when they used powers put in place after 9/11 against their own citizens.None other than Vladimir Putin called this out, which is yet another example of how the Biden presidency and the insanity over Trump is weakening America's standing in the world. We look like a broken, fragile nation in our non-stop attacks against a former president and his supporters. Because of the Democrats' dominance of Twitter, media, government, Hollywood and all other major institutions, as they've become more uniform in their ideology and more militant in their demands that you go along with them, we are beginning to see the darker side of “collectivism” at work. After William H. Strauss and Neil Howe wrote The Fourth Turning in 2007, Roy H. Williams and Michael R. Drew took on the theory of the generations and tweaked it slightly in their book, Pendulum: How Past Generations Shape Our Present and Predict Our Future. They transformed Howe and Strauss' 80-year generational cycle into two 40-year cycles. One is the “me” cyle (individualism), and the other a “we” cycle (collectivism). Looking over the patterns of history, they have noticed that the pendulum shifts in one direction until it wears out its welcome, then it swings back in the other direction. Their overall hypothesis is that humans always take a good thing too far. When that happens, the pendulum spits and grinds and eventually swings back. We're now at the worst part of the “we” phase, the witch hunts, reaching its peak in 2023. Here it is right on schedule. The only question is how bad it will get in the coming year. They write:The second half of the Upswing of “We” and the first half of the Downswing from it (2013–2023) bring an ideological “righteousness” that seems to spring from any group gathered around a cause. The inevitable result is judgmental legalism and witch hunts. The origin of the term witch hunt was the Salem witch trials, a series of hearings before county court officials to prosecute people accused of witchcraft in the counties of Essex, Suffolk, and Middlesex in colonial Massachusetts, between February 1692 and May 1693, exactly at the beginning of the second half of the Upswing toward the “We” Zenith of 1703.Senator Joseph McCarthy was an American promoter of this witch-hunt attitude at America's most recent “We” Zenith of 1943 (see the “House Un-American Activities Committee,” 1937–1953); Adolf Hitler was the German promoter (see the Holocaust, 1933–1945); and Joseph Stalin was the Soviet promoter (see the Great Purge, 1936–1938). Our hope is that we might collectively choose to skip this development as we approach the “We” Zenith of 2023. If enough of us are aware of this trend toward judgmental self-righteousness, perhaps we can resist demonizing those who disagree with us and avoid the societal polarization that results from it. A truly great society is one in which being unpopular can be safe.In a free market Capitalist country like this one, consumers ideally have the power. We tell the corporations what to do, not the other way around. The more we migrate to online spaces, the less power we will have as consumers. Neil Howe marks 2008 as the year that sparked the Fourth Turning. The Wall Street meltdown and subsequent crisis supposedly kick into gear events that will eventually take us to a major shift, a war, or some kind of revolution. We can feel the battle underfoot right now with the complete takeover of all institutions of power and government vs. the populist uprising of the working class. The ultimate outcome remains uncertain. But 2008 is also the year Vivek Ramaswamy targets as the moment the corporations swapped “woke” ideology for any sort of concrete solutions to the problem of rising monopolies. He says that marriage was one of convenience. It meant the activists felt heard and catered to while the corporations had the freedom to do whatever they wanted without the activists breathing down their necks:And the net result was the birth of this new woke industrial complex, a new force a new Leviathan. In modern American life that was far more powerful than what Thomas Hobbes envisioned 400 years ago, far more powerful than what our founding fathers envisioned 250 years ago when they put into motion, a three part system of government with checks and balances not envisioning a fourth branch of government in the private sector itself. That would suck the lifeblood out of the constitutional government that we put into motion. And it is a new monster that actually duped both sides into submission. The old left that used to be skeptical about the aggregation and misuse of corporate power was defined and deflected by the fact that actually, they were distracted by the fact that these new guys are going to advance the causes the progressive causes that we love so much that they forgot about their principled opposition to settling political questions through corporate power.Conservatives were duped into submission by memorizing and reciting slogans that we all memorized back in the 1980s, saying that the free market can do no wrong without recognizing that that free market does not exist today. And that's the story of how both sides actually contributed to the creation of possibly the most powerful force in modern American life, this merger of state power and corporate power. “Woke capitalism,” as Ramaswamy calls it, is still not “semi-fascism.” Once Biden took power in 2020, however, he then took the iron throne at the top of all of it. It's more than just the activists and the corporations. Now, it's the administration executing top-down activism for much of the same reasons the corporations did it - so that we would all look the other way as they abused their power against ordinary citizens.In other words, how convenient to have a scapegoat like MAGA where suddenly their Constitutional rights no longer matter because they've been so dehumanized by the media, the blue-checks and now, Joe Biden. But if their Constitutional rights no longer matter, neither do ours. Now is the time to push for a new amendment to the Constitution, an “Internet Bill of Rights” of sorts to protect ordinary Americans against the “semi-fascist” forces that seem to be all around us in just a few short years. At the very least, all Americans should have access to the new “town square” and hub of most of our growing economic systems online. We still live in a Democracy, but it is something we will have to fight for. The Democrats won't. It will have to be up to the Republicans, should they take back Congress, to stand up to the powerful monopolies that now threaten the very foundations of our free country. The six-year-long hunt to get Trump, the FBI's involvement in suppressing potentially damaging information, the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, and the inevitable indictment of Trump we know is coming are all much bigger threats to our Democracy than Trump will ever be. Get full access to Free Thinking Through the Fourth Turning with Sasha Stone at sashastone.substack.com/subscribe

The Codcast
What's the truth in Suffolk DA's race? Does it matter?

The Codcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 31:52


What's the truth in Suffolk DA's race? Does it matter? by CommonWealth Magazine

Bostopia News
Deep Dive - Suffolk DA Bombshell

Bostopia News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 33:26


I think through everything that has unfolded over the last week regarding the Boston Globe, Ricardo Arroyo, Kevin Hayden, the right-wing trolls, and the failures of our institutions and discourse. And most importantly, who should you vote for?

Sermons
When God Surprises You (Genesis 41)

Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022


Dr. Thurman Hayes Jr. preaching on Genesis 41, Sunday Morning August 28, 2022. First Baptist Church, Suffolk, Va.

Nightside With Dan Rea
Suffolk DA Race Heats Up (9 p.m.)

Nightside With Dan Rea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 42:15


With less than two weeks away from the election for Suffolk County DA, the race heats up. DA Candidate Councilman Ricardo Arroyo is facing sexual assault allegations. Arroyo has denied the allegations and say he was never questioned by police. The DA candidate told reporters that he believes the allegations are part of a smear campaign by opponent DA Kevin Hayden or an associate working on his behalf. DA Hayden came on NightSide to discuss. Councilman Arroyo's campaign did not responded to our requests.

WBUR News
Suffolk County DA race turns nasty. Both Hayden and Arroyo face questions

WBUR News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 3:44


Suffolk County District Attorney Kevin Hayden and Boston City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo are both running for the DA's job in Suffolk, which includes Boston. And the fight has quickly turned into a feud.

The Blue Ribbon Project
From Accounting to Teaching... Being a career-changer with Elizabeth Burke

The Blue Ribbon Project

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 6:50


CITE is the Center for Integrated Training and Education.For over 25 years, CITE has trained:TEACHERS: General and Special Ed Masters (Early Childhood or Childhood), Adolescent Special Ed / Professional Certification Masters, TESOL Masters, Special Ed license extension courses,Bilingual license extension courses, TESOL license extension courses, Early Childhood license extension coursesCOUNSELORS: School Counseling Masters, Mental Health Counseling Masters, Advanced Certificate in Mental Health or School CounselingADMINISTRATORS: School Building Leadership, School District Leadership, Doctorate for CSA members,Doctorate for non-CSA members, Public Administration Master's— in NYC, Yonkers, Westchester, Nassau and Suffolk.CITE PD: CITE offers CTLE-approved in-school or online professional development tailored to your school's needs and your vision. We can work remotely with your staff and parents. Info: citepd.com

880 Extras
Suffolk Co. outlines plan to keep schoolchildren safe

880 Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 2:12


Radio Boston
The latest on the Suffolk Country district attorney's race

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 6:55


The race for Suffolk County District Attorney has taken a complicated turn. WBUR's Deborah Becker is following the story and joins to give us the latest.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
Suffolk D.A. Candidate Ricardo Arroyo Loses Endorsements After Allegations

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 0:48


Some fellow Boston City Council members have withdrawn their support. Arroyo is insistent that the assaults never happened, and that he never knew about the accusations. WBZ's Crhis Fama was there:

The Giving What We Can Podcast
The story of Rob Mather & The Against Malaria Foundation: the journey to founding one of the world's most effective charities

The Giving What We Can Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 11:56


Hear the powerful, personal story behind AMF, the organisation responsible for protecting 400 million people from malaria (roughly equal in size to 40% of the entire population of sub-Saharan Africa!) and saving tens of thousands of lives. It started with one man's fundraiser for a little girl who had suffered 90% burns in a house fire at her home in Suffolk, England, and turned into one of the most efficient and effective charities in the world. Rob Mather's journey shows us the power of combining the head and the heart to make a tremendous difference in the lives of others. Watch this story on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/Ex7hgpXfw0U

Spökpodden
171 Gröna barnen från Woolpit - Isdalskvinnan

Spökpodden

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 43:46


Idag så pratar vi om Legenden om de gröna barnen från Woolpit två barn med en ovanlig hudfärg som rapporteras ha setts i byn Woolpit i Suffolk, England, någon gång under 1100-talet. Vi pratar även om Isdalskvinnan en oidentifierad kvinnokropp som påträffades i Isdalen i Norge den 29 nov 1970. Kroppen, som delvis var bränd, hittades av en vandringsgrupp. Vill du stötta Oscar & Fredriks vidare arbete med podden så får du gärna besöka https://www.patreon.com/Oscar_o_Fredrik om du väljer GULD-nivån så får du minst ett exklusivt avsnitt varje månad, du har även chans att vara med i tävlingar och vinna fina priser.

Sermons
When Waiting Is Hard (Genesis 40)

Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022


Dr. Thurman Hayes Jr. preaching on Genesis 40, Sunday Morning August 21, 2022. First Baptist Church, Suffolk, Va.

Radio Lento podcast
Daydream 3 - rain water woods (new material coming soon)

Radio Lento podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 5:09


It's the dead of night. Along an exposed stretch of seawall East of Burnham-on-Crouch, a deluge has started. Rain lashes down from a pitch black sky onto the swirling water of an out-going tide. This is the River Crouch, and the microphones are capturing the essence of this nocturnal estuary landscape, opposite Wallasea Island in Essex. Bright daytime, on Landermere Creek. Wild water surrounded by green fields and farmland. Gulls, redshank and curlews speed up and down the creek on fast, blustery breezes. In this place there's a strong sense of escape, and of a world where land, sea and weather interlace.  On a rock, closely suspended above a small patch of exposed shell beach at the mouth of the Blackwater Estuary, near Bradwell-on-Sea, the microphones capture the pristine detail of the incoming tide. The way these particular waves move. the way they lap, and hurry along the contoured rocky edges, as the tide slowly rises. It's a sound that no matter where you are, or what you're doing, happens twice a day, everyday.  We stumbled upon a fallen tree whilst walking over Galley Hill near Epping Forest. the M25 sounded further away than usual, so we tied the mics under its steeply angled trunk for some shelter, and left them to record the ambience of the place alone. Some rain falls in large heavy drops, from ominous grey clouds seen from miles away approaching. But this rain didn't. It fell from an open sky, light as it was light grey. Flocks of jackdaws flew overhead, surveying the wide open fields between the outcrops of trees.  We always set out to capture the closest 3D aural experience we can, so with a pair of headphones, you can close your eyes and feel yourself present somewhere else, somewhere perhaps more natural, and peaceful, but without our human presence disturbing the nature that lives there. As dawn breaks over  a wood in Suffolk, the mics capture, almost close enough to touch, a rare experience of small furry animals, scampering about with each other, on the crisp summer-dry forest floor. ------------------------------- Thanks for listening and for spreading the word about Radio Lento, a self-funded podcast helped by listener recommendations and donations. Last May we went to the Podcast Show in London and walked about feeling like ducks out of water! Ad spend, business plans, audience growth and sales. We're typing this in a Youth Hostel far far away, with the mics still out on their overnight record, and being pelted by rain, we feel much better. Here's where to listen to the full episodes featured in this daydream:  90 Wind on water, night curlews, rain later *sleep safe (39 minutes) 79 Essence of estuary (32 minutes)  81 Rising tide in the rock garden (37 minutes) 59 Fallen tree on Galley Hill (31 minutes) 95 Suffolk Wood, part 10 (1 hour). 

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe
Ed Sheeran - Everything You Need to Know

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 10:58


The rise of Ed Sheeran. Edward Christopher Sheeran MBE is an English singer-songwriter. Born in Halifax, West Yorkshire and raised in Framlingham, Suffolk, he began writing songs around the age of eleven. In early 2011, Sheeran independently released the extended play, No. 5 Collaborations Project.

Sports Talk with Rags
Episode 35 Head Football Coach of Nansemond Suffolk Academy Mike Biehl

Sports Talk with Rags

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 49:16


Coach Biehl talks about his journey from Salem to Iona to Graduate asst route to being an asst at VB high schools to Head Coach at NSA in Suffolk, VA

Toplines and tales
93 - Characters in Livestock - John Campbell

Toplines and tales

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 30:48


John Campbell, originally from Thrunton in Northumberland chats to be about the early years and phenomenal success of the top Charolais cattle herd and the sheer numbers that were involved. We then go into his passion for Suffolk sheep and breeding commercial tups for Kelso sales.  No stranger to the championships rosettes at Smithfield, John and I move on to the running of the show itself and the trials that imposed. We also discuss his new venture into direct sales and even a new cattle breed at Roseburgh.  

Sliced Bread
Compression leggings, Bath salts, Water softeners and filters

Sliced Bread

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 27:51


Can compression leggings improve performance and help your limbs recover after exercise? Do magnesium bath salts really help soothe aching muscles? And do water softeners and filters really help save us money on our appliances by preventing scale from building up in our pipes? With Greg still in Edinburgh for the Festival, we're sticking with last week's format and investigating THREE of the wonder-products you've sent us on WhatsApp in a "triple slice" of quick investigations. First up, Listener Sarah from North Devon wants to know if buying expensive compression leggings can really help improve her exercise performance and speed up her recovery. Greg speaks to one of the UK's leading researchers on compression garments, Dr. Jess Hill, to find out the science behind them – and when we should wear them. Second is listener Rosie from Sheffield who wants to know if magnesium or 'Epsom' bath salts really can help soothe aching muscles – so Greg chats to leading expert on magnesium, Dr. Lindsy Kass from the University of Hertfordshire to find out what it does in our bodies, and if we can actually absorb it through our skin. And third, Listener Matthew from Suffolk wants to know if Water Softeners and filters can improve water quality, if they're necessary, and if they can save us money on our household appliances by preventing the build up of scale. Greg chats to internationally recognised expert in drinking water Vanessa Speight - to find out. Keep your suggestions coming for wonder-products you'd like us to investigate. Send them over on email to sliced.bread@bbc.co.uk or as a voice note to our WhatsApp number: 07543 306807. PRESENTER: Greg Foot PRODUCER: Kate Holdsworth

Sliced Bread
Compression leggings, Bath salts, Water softeners and filters

Sliced Bread

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 27:51


Can compression leggings improve performance and help your limbs recover after exercise? Do magnesium bath salts really help soothe aching muscles? And do water softeners and filters really help save us money on our appliances by preventing scale from building up in our pipes? With Greg still in Edinburgh for the Festival, we're sticking with last week's format and investigating THREE of the wonder-products you've sent us on WhatsApp in a "triple slice" of quick investigations. First up, Listener Sarah from North Devon wants to know if buying expensive compression leggings can really help improve her exercise performance and speed up her recovery. Greg speaks to one of the UK's leading researchers on compression garments, Dr. Jess Hill, to find out the science behind them – and when we should wear them. Second is listener Rosie from Sheffield who wants to know if magnesium or 'Epsom' bath salts really can help soothe aching muscles – so Greg chats to leading expert on magnesium, Dr. Lindsy Kass from the University of Hertfordshire to find out what it does in our bodies, and if we can actually absorb it through our skin. And third, Listener Matthew from Suffolk wants to know if Water Softeners and filters can improve water quality, if they're necessary, and if they can save us money on our household appliances by preventing the build up of scale. Greg chats to internationally recognised expert in drinking water Vanessa Speight - to find out. Keep your suggestions coming for wonder-products you'd like us to investigate. Send them over on email to sliced.bread@bbc.co.uk or as a voice note to our WhatsApp number: 07543 306807. PRESENTER: Greg Foot PRODUCER: Kate Holdsworth

Sermons
Dealing With Life's Detours (Genesis 39)

Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022


Dr. Thurman Hayes Jr. preaching on Genesis 39, Sunday Morning August 14, 2022. First Baptist Church, Suffolk, Va.

Western Civ
Episode 208: Continental Ambitions

Western Civ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 34:40


King Henry VII decides he wants to play with the big boys on the continent while a freak storm finally delivers the Earl of Suffolk into his grasp.Website: www.westerncivpodcast.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/westerncivpodcastSubscription Feed: www.glow.fm/westernciv

SoHollywood The Podcast
SoHollywood The Podcast - DUKE THE UNO

SoHollywood The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 44:19


ABOUT THE PODCAST: On this platform, everyone is created equally while the titles go out of the door. It gives you a better understanding of what people need to succeed in whatever they are doing. Everyone has one thing in common and that's entertainment. EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this episode, I speak Duke The Uno formerly known as King Duke, a Suffolk, VA artist breaking into the game with a new vibe. We spoke about his newest projects, his big brother coming home, and the new vibe he's creating for his music. @SoHollywoodThePodcast @MissHollywood313 @DukeTheUno Want to be a guest on the show email me here! Youtube SoHollywood The Podcast - DUKE THE UNO Click Here To Stay Up To Date --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sohollywoodthepodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sohollywoodthepodcast/support

I Don't Wanna Hear It
184 – Deep Dives For Dummies: Cradle of Filth (Part 1)

I Don't Wanna Hear It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 77:22


I Don't Wanna Hear It Podcast184 – Deep Dives For Dummies: Cradle of Filth (Part 1)This week we begin our reluctant descent into the sexy/scary world of those real life cenobites, Cradle of Filth. Gross. It's about to get real sticky, folks.Check out more of our stuff at I Don't Wanna Hear It and join the Patreon, jabroni. I mean, if you want. Don't be weird about it. Oh, and we publish books now at WND Press because we want to be bankrupted by a dying medium.We now have a Big Cartel where you can buy shirts, pins, mugs, and coffee.Also, you should listen to our 2021 Christmas special: A Black Metal Christmas Carol, as well as Mikey's true crime podcast, Wasteland and Shane's psychology podcast, Why We Do What We Do.Aaannnddd... our good buddy Matt Moment is in a great hardcore band called Contact. Check 'em out!Episode Links:CliffdiverSpeedCradle of FilthThe Principle of Evil Made FleshV Empire Or Dark Faerytales In PhallusteinDusk... and Her EmbraceCruelty and the BeastSome of our old bands are on Spotify:Absent FriendsWe're Not DeadYears From NowMusical Attribution:Licensed through NEOSounds. License information available upon request.“5 O'Clock Shadow,” “America On the Move,” “Baby You Miss Me,” “Big Fat Gypsy,” “Bubble Up,” “C'est Chaud,” “East River Blues,” “The Gold Rush,” “Gypsy Fiddle Jazz,” “Here Comes That Jazz,” “I Wish I Could Charleston,” “I Told You,” “It Feels Like Love To Me,” “Little Tramp,” “Mornington Crescent,” “No Takeaways.”

Farming Today
06/08/22 Farming Today This Week: Farm tenants, Veg growers, Seasonal worker folk song

Farming Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 24:51


The British Growers' Association, which represents the horticulture and fresh produce industries, is warning of a potential crisis in the sector because of rising costs, water shortages and difficulties finding workers. They've just carried out research into carrot and broccoli production and say unless farmers get paid more for their veg, they'll be forced to stop growing it. As the Environment Agency declares July to have been the driest in England on record since 1935, two farmers in Suffolk tell us how their farms are affected. Is planting into dry ground worthwhile, and should they invest in new irrigation systems? Tenant farmers manage 35% of the UK's farmed land area, and are a vital part of the food growing network, but are facing increasing challenges as land values rise. We speak to a farmer who has is losing a large proportion of the land his family have farmed for 40 years in Northumberland. And we hear the folk song which, it's hoped, will draw attention to the work of migrant seasonal workers. It was commissioned by researchers from the University of Leeds and Oxford, who are running a project called 'Feeding the Nation' to track the experiences of workers throughout the 2020 and 2021 harvests. Presented by Charlotte Smith Produced in Bristol by Natalie Donovan

Western Civ
Episode 207: The Winter King

Western Civ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 53:35


The deaths of Prince Arthur and Queen Elizabeth decisively change Henry VII's reign. With only the young Henry VIII between the earl of Suffolk and the throne, Henry VII becomes increasingly paranoid and preoccupied with protecting his dynasty. To do this to turn to a new financial counselor: Edmund Dudley. Website: www.westerncivpodcast.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/westerncivpodcastWestern Civ 2.0 Subscriber Feed: www.glow.fm/westernciv

Spectator Radio
The Edition: China's baby bust

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 36:16


In this week's episode: Is China heading for a demographic disaster? Rana Mitter and Cindy Yi discuss China's declining birth rate and what this could do to their economy. (0.52) Also this week: What would foreign policy look like under a Liz Truss government? The Spectator's deputy political editor, Katy Balls is joined by Rishi Sunak supporter, Dr Liam Fox who is the MP for NorthWest Somerset, Former Defence and Trade Secretary. (13.40) And finally:    As Rishi comes face-to-face with the Tory members, can he win them over? Fiona Unwin, who is the vice president of the West Suffolk Conservative Association writes that to wow the grassroots, all Rishi Sunak has to do is meet them. But not all the members were persuaded.  Fiona is joined by her fellow member and triple-hatted Councillor, Andy Drummond who was elected for Newmarket town, West Suffolk district and Suffolk county council. Andy is also the vice chair of the West Suffolk Conservative association and remains firmly in favour of Liz Truss. (27.30) Hosted by Lara Prendergast. Produced by Natasha Feroze.

Aircrew Interview
AI # 236 : Civilian Air Observer with Suffolk Police | Adrian Bleese *PART 2*

Aircrew Interview

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 33:10 Very Popular


Former Nimrod Air Electronics Operator, Adrian Bleese, shares his transition to being a Civilian Air Observer with Suffolk Police!https://www.adrianbleese.co.uk/https://www.amazon.co.uk/Above-Law-Adventures-police-helicopter/dp/1785632620https://twitter.com/AdrianBleeseHelp keep the channel going:PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/aircrewinterviewDONATE - http://www.aircrewinterview.tv/donate/Purchase our Aviation Art Book, Volume One - https://amzn.to/3sehpaP Visit our online shop: https://www.redbubble.com/people/acinterview/shopFollow us:https://www.aircrewinterview.tv/https://www.instagram.com/aircrew_interviewhttps://www.facebook.com/aircrewinterviewhttps://www.twitter.com/aircrewtvSupport the show

True Crime Finland
Episode 091 : Lauri Love

True Crime Finland

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 21:58


In October of 2013, the police raided a family home in Suffolk, England and arrested the son, accusing him of hacking his way into the websites of the United States government. Art is by Mark PerniaMusic is "Night" by VVSMUSICPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/truecrimefinlandPodcast swag store: https://www.redbubble.com/people/tc-finland/shop?asc=u Email: truecrimefinlandpod@gmail.com Website: https://truecrimefinland.squarespace.com Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/507039419636994/ Twitter & Instagram: tc_finland

Bernie and Sid
BEAT BERNIE | 7-28-2022

Bernie and Sid

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 9:13


Anthony, a retired construction worker from Suffolk, is ready to take on Bernie in today's game! Will Anthony put things together and scratch out a win or will Bernie destroy his hopes? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices