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IN THE NEWS Roll up your sleeves – The American Legion's annual Holiday Blood Donor Drive is Nov. 23 through Dec. 31. THIS WEEK'S GUEST Air Force Veteran PT Bratton, founder and CEO of Clean Comedy Connection, combines his advocacy for comedy as a mental health wellness strategy with producing clean comedy experiences all over the country. RAPID FIRE Military spouses bring skills, flexibility to workforce, veterans say 'Influencers in uniform' are boosting recruiting, Pentagon says Meet Maverick, this year's winner of the American Humane Hero Dog Award Special Guest: PT Bratton.
With a history that spans over 300 years, how and when did the U.S.-Iran relationship shift from amicable to adversarial? This week, host Elisa is joined by John Ghazvinian, Executive Director of the Middle East Center at the University of Pennsylvania and author of America and Iran: A History, 1720 to the Present. John delves into the intricate tapestry of Iran and America's interconnected past, spanning centuries of shifting alliances, and explores the transformation from once fervent allies to staunch adversaries on the global stage. John Ghazvinian is the Executive Director of the Middle East Center at the University of Pennsylvania: https://mec.sas.upenn.edu/people/john-ghazvinian References: Ghazvinian, John. America and Iran: A History, 1720 to the Present. Vintage Books, a Division of Penguin Random House LLC, 2021: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/59417/america-and-iran-by-john-ghazvinian/ 1968 Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: https://www.iaea.org/sites/default/files/publications/documents/infcircs/1970/infcirc140.pdf
Episode 139 of the Hey You Guys Podcast is here, and this week, Liam and Rob take a look back at the last movie of the 80s in the US.....and boy, does it show! With one foot in the 80s and one tentatively in the 90s, Tango & Cash proves a thematic, tonal and structural mess of a movie, but one that, against all odds, is still loads of fun.
I haven't spoken on the podcast yet about my personal experience learning dancing. At university, I took part in dancesport, which is competitive ballroom and latin dancing; and in the last few years I have been learning to dance tango. I am struck by the differences in philosophies, skill sets, values, and learning cultures between these dance styles, so I wanted to share my experience with you. Enjoy the episode. *** Music used in this episode: Uno by Anibal Troilo https://open.spotify.com/track/5TFzKLS8tjVMikVaOllr8L?si=69d0c8fbee934d2e Orgullo Criollo by Osvaldo Pugliese https://open.spotify.com/track/74CjrywI50qOpaLrXo02ik?si=91b1644591a74407 Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham! https://open.spotify.com/track/0ikz6tENMONtK6qGkOrU3c?si=76304e73b1b04754 Dear Future Husband by Meghan Trainor https://open.spotify.com/track/3cU2wBxuV6nFiuf6PJZNlC?si=0dd4a5e2a23c46bc ...plus one surprise I won't spoil.
Don't tune in if you don't love life and humanity because this won't be for you. Don't tune in if you still believe in evil or the devil. Topic not ideal for ego-sensitive or emotionally sensitive (on any/all life - including socio-pol-eco - topics) people. Please do not tune in. Thank you! All IHP content resonates with people who want to achieve enlightenment the human way. Sharing IHP-IG 5D SEE (Krishna Leela, Shiva and Kali, and beyond infinite higher human consciousness) channeled guidance, stories, perspectives and food for thought on 5D relationships and what it's like to go beyond spirituality as an inspiring human potential inner growth 5D self-empowered enlightened person in the enlightenment soul age group. 5D relationships are not set in stone. They are not people who have necessarily met. They are not having to include or be body based in any way shape or form. Some 5D relationship interactions have never happened in person, but only in the consciousness realm (sleep/dream or meditative state). The 5D relationship is unconditionally loving, quantum based, no attachments or entanglements. For the 5D relationship trust is about expanding consciousness not about actions or interactions, or about what you tell or don't tell each other. 5D relationships always involve functional adults, which are people who are: forgiving, nuanced, know all people have trauma, respect all mental health clusters - including cluster B. 5D relationships involve the enlightenment soul age group people who are always able to say "f**" you", to agree to disagree even on the most important and sensitive topics, intimate or world-wide, and to continue treating each other with unconditional love, respect, and kindness. 5D relationships are all inclusive and DO NOT do cancel culture. 5D relationships are "apples and oranges" people with differences, even humongous differences, who accept each other for who they are as humans, normal people with flaws and imperfections who can communicate about things, have compassion and use mental health and brain science to open up healthy adult conversations about attachment and biological rudeness, and so forth. 5D relationships are based on everyday functional adult human beings who evolve consciously together, who tap into their infinite higher human consciousness potential and expansion, who are constant spicers of life, and have the bigger picture in mind when it comes to the world. All IHP podcast episodes are for: the 5D Self-Empowered Enlightened (SEE) person and collective who has a mind that embraces and applies in a day-to-day way mahasamadhi; the person who is in oneness consciousness (aka christ consciousness and/or avatar consciousness); the person who is pursuing enlightenment and spirituality the human and spiritual way and beyond (infinite consciousness mindset, lifestyle, and journey); the person who is in a state of bliss with life and humanity's evolutionary and expanding consciousness journey and process; the person who in the enlightenment soul age group, the person who thinks and goes beyond all written text or accumulated data points; the person who knows evil doesn't exist, who knows the myth of "battling the forces of evil" has been busted and that we are "battling the forces of trauma" and NOT by actually "battling", but instead, by actually being and sharing love, compassion, understanding; the person who has somatic empathy and supports healing of trauma through the infinite capacity to love all, who chooses to bring forth unconditional love, compassion and space for all humanity, life, and the world; the person who is a life-sensitive person, NOT an ego-sensitive person; a person who does NOT battle or fight humanity, but who loves supporting however they can and uses equanimity, curiosity and creativity to handle situations. The IHP messages and content only resonate with people who navigate the infinite higher human consciousness potential realm 24/7. Love, Maria
Artificial intelligence is already affecting people's daily lives, including how we work and shop ... it's even revolutionising healthcare. But countries are also grappling with how to regulate and fund A-I research to prevent it from being misused. That task is proving more difficult at home, with a new report shows Australia is falling behind in funding and research in A-I technology. - Huşmendiya çêkirî jixweber bandorê li jiyana rojane ya mirovan dike, di nav de em çawa kar dikin û kirrîna tiştan dikin ... ew şoreşeke lênerîna tenduristiyê jî dike. Lê welat di heman demê de bi rêkûpêkkirin û fînansekirina lêkolîna A-I re jî mijûl dibin da ku bi şaşî neyê bikar anîn.
Le chef de la junte nigérienne est arrivé hier, jeudi après-midi, à Ouagadougou, en provenance de Bamako. « Une journée marathon », nous dit Mouryyaniger, qui précise : « Si le Général Abdourahmane Tiani qui a renversé le président Mohamed Bazoum a choisi Bamako pour sa première sortie, cela tient au fait que le Colonel Assimi Goita est le premier à réussir son aventure politique militaire au Sahel (...) C'est lui en personne qui est venu accueillir son frère aîné le Général Tiani au bas de la passerelle à sa descente d'avion à l'aéroport international Modibo Keita Senou de Bamako. Il a ensuite été reçu au palais de Koulouba pour une rencontre en tête-à-tête », souligne Mourryaniger, qui se montre plutôt optimiste pour la suite des évènements. « La mutualisation des expériences techniques et professionnelles des trois pays (Niger, Mali, Burkina) via l'alliance des États du Sahel, récemment scellée entre eux, pourrait bien insuffler une nouvelle dynamique de lutte anti-terroriste et de développement au Sahel ».De son côté, Sahel Tribune parle d'un « Tango diplomatique sous le ciel de Bamako ». Sous la photo du général Tiani et du colonel Assimi Goïta, le site d'information ne recule pas devant les envolées lyriques : « Ce ballet diplomatique sous le ciel de Bamako est bien plus qu'un simple spectacle de feux d'artifice politique. C'est une symphonie complexe, un pas de danse délicat entre nations déterminées à coopérer malgré les défis. Espérons que ce tango diplomatique marque le début d'une ère de coopération renforcée, où le Mali et le Niger, main dans la main, danseront vers un avenir de prospérité partagée et d'unité renouvelée. »La visite du général Tiani à Ouagadougou où il a rencontré le capitaine Ibrahim TraoréLe Faso.net voit là « une occasion pour les deux Chefs d'État d'échanger sur les problématiques communes aux deux pays, notamment la lutte contre le terrorisme et les questions de développement socio-économiques ». On voit les deux hommes, tous deux en treillis, se saluer cordialement. « Le général Tiani », poursuit le site burkinabé, « a été accueilli à l'aéroport international de Ouagadougou par le Président de la Transition, Chef de l'État, le Capitaine Ibrahim Traoré avec tous les honneurs dus à son rang ; exécution des hymnes nationaux, honneurs militaires. »Wakatsera, de son côté, ironise sur les « deux premiers sauts de puce du général Tiani » et parle-lui aussi d'un accueil en grande pompe, évoquant ses deux étapes à Bamako et à Ouagadougou : « Que ce soit dans l'une ou l'autre des deux capitales, il a été rendu au général Tiani, un accueil des grands jours, avec les honneurs militaires, la traditionnelle eau de bienvenue dans une calebasse ou la gerbe de fleurs classique offerte par une jeune fille ».Pour le site burkinabé, nul doute que cette visite est justifiée par la lutte contre le terrorisme : il estime ainsi que « la zone dite des ' Trois frontières ' infestée par le groupe État islamique a, plus que jamais, besoin de cette coalition des armées malienne, nigérienne et burkinabè, pour se sortir d'affaire, avec le départ de la force française Barkhane dont les éléments ont mis hors d'état de nuire, bien des chefs terroristes et anéanti leurs bases ».Mais ce n'est pas tout... conclut Wakatsera : « comme pour rappeler au général Tiani que demain n'est pas la veille de la fin de ce calvaire », c'est alors que son avion volait entre deux frontières voisines du Niger que le Parlement européen, « a fermement condamné le coup d'État militaire qui a eu lieu le 26 juillet 2023 et exigé la libération immédiate et inconditionnelle du président Bazoum, de sa famille et de toutes les personnes détenues arbitrairement, ainsi que l'abandon de toutes les charges qui pèsent sur lui ». »Une condamnation dont se serait certainement bien passé l'homme fort du Niger.
We travel to Buenos Aires with reporter Rosina Castillo who immerses us in the culture of a local community arts organization who saw a need in their community and took action during the height of the pandemic. La Casona de Humahuaca transformed their operations to host “ollas populares” or community kitchens to help support their community and make it through the toughest parts of COVID together, all the while learning more about their organization and purpose in the community. We follow that with a conversation with Belen Desmaison, an architect and urbanist who discusses the building of an innovative communal living space with modular food preparation areas in Lima, Peru. Learn more about the story and find the transcript on makingcontactradio.org. Like this story? Support independent journalism, NewsMatch will double your donation up to $1,000! Making Contact is an award-winning, nationally syndicated radio show and podcast featuring narrative storytelling and thought-provoking interviews. We cover the most urgent issues of our time and the people on the ground building a more just world. EPISODE FEATURES: This episode includes interviews from La Casona de Humahuaca, a community arts organization in Buenos Aires, Guillermo Castañeda, a teacher and volunteer, Mariela Jungberg, social psychologist and cultural worker, and Belén Desmaison, urbanist and architect. MAKING CONTACT: This episode is hosted by Amy Gastelum, produced by Rosina Castillo, and engineered by Jeff Emtman. Our executive director is Jina Chung. MUSIC: Ergo Phizmiz - Gretchen's Tango, Blue Dot Sessions Learn More: Learn more about the story and find the transcript on makingcontactradio.org. Like this story? Support independent journalism, NewsMatch will double your donation up to $1,000! Making Contact is an award-winning, nationally syndicated radio show and podcast featuring narrative storytelling and thought-provoking interviews. We cover the most urgent issues of our time and the people on the ground building a more just world.
Zaczyna się właśnie wielki eksperyment gospodarczy w Argentynie, po tym jak mieszkańcy tego kraju wybrali na prezydenta ekscentrycznego (żeby nie powiedzieć superkontrowersyjnego) polityka. Zasłynął występem w telewizji z piłą mechaniczną w ręce - ta piła stała się symbolem jego planu cięcia wydatków. Masowego: na administrację państwową, edukację, zdrowie i socjal. Do tego potężny i nieskończony kryzys gospodarczy chce naprawiać dedolaryzacją - argentyńskie peso w obiegu miałby zastąpić amerykański dolar. Wszystko ma pomóc w opanowaniu 140-procentowej inflacji, która rozjeżdża argentyńską gospodarkę od lat. Sponsorem odcinka jest OANDA TMS Brokers.
Artificial intelligence is already affecting people's daily lives, including how we work and shop ... it's even revolutionising healthcare. But countries are also grappling with how to regulate and fund A-I research to prevent it from being misused. That task is proving more difficult at home, with a new report shows Australia is falling behind in funding and research in A-I technology.
Tango gives us a lot of things to be grateful for but most of the time we might take them for granted. We are used to being able to go out on a regular basis and spend a few hours hugging people and listening to amazing music. One day I hope there is a way to measure brain activity while we dance... There is nothing like it! And most people in the world don't know of anything like this. In this episode I banter about "the little things that make all the difference." And in the context of gratitude and tango, those little things always seem to do with the way we perceive and value ourselves. How can we be more grateful to and for ourselves? I share a fun thought exercise at the end of the episode, try it out and let me know how it goes! Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Thank you for dancing tango! LEARN MORE about the upcoming event at Candela here: https://www.facebook.com/events/592965082858185/?ref=newsfeed Join my private FaceBook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sotangoworld Sign up for my weekly NEWSLETTER: https://newsletter.imsotango.com/ Questions/comments? Reach out to me Web: imsotango.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook @IMSO Tango Instagram @imso_tango
Dr. Stacee and Dr. Caitlin dive into the intricacies of veterinary workflow, shedding light on their own mishaps and solutions. From forgetting to hit the record button and a nod to their love for laminating, the duo discusses the importance of workflows in veterinary practice. Driven by their tech-savvy approach, they introduce five favorite tools, including Tango, Loom, Google Suite, screenshots, and their new boyfriend ChatGPT, which, despite its quirks, proves to be a valuable companion.
A teenage thief embarks on a mission to reclaim her people's sacred treasures. First published in A UNIVERSE OF WISHES in 2020 in the United States by Crown Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Random House Children's Books, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC, New York. Find more from Rebecca at www.rebeccaroanhorse.com.
IN THE NEWS Return criminal penalties for those who take advantage of disabled veterans or their families THIS WEEK'S GUEST Actress Julia Ling is a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserves, has appeared on many popular television series such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, House, ER, Grey's Anatomy, The OC – but is best known for her role as "nerd-herder" Anna Wu on Chuck. After losing multiple military friends to suicide and battling her own depression after a training injury, Julia wanted to do more than raise awareness about the veteran suicide - she wanted to provide a solution. Thus was born Veteran Powered Films, a production company focused on empowering and engaging veterans in all facets of the entertainment industry via on-the-job training and mentorship with fellow military veterans. Julia joins Marine Corps veteran and actor Hiram A. Murray, who will star in Veteran Powered Films next project - an apocalyptic horror film called "Homestead." RAPID FIRE Veterans banners to come down - maybe for good U.S. veterans use art to help female Afghan soldiers who fled their country process their pain ‘Go beyond thanks:' New survey reveals we should do more than simply thank our veterans for their service Special Guests: Hiram A. Murray and Julia Ling.
In this episode of The Traveling Therapist podcast, join me as I delve into the challenges and triumphs of managing a hectic schedule while hopping across time zones. From grappling with scheduling tools to unexpected hurdles in the Dominican Republic, I share my personal experiences and answer a listener questions from Jaime. I cover practical tips for balancing work and wanderlust. Whether you're a therapist on the move or just curious about the digital nomad lifestyle, this episode is packed with insights, laughter, and real-life strategies for staying afloat in the ever-changing tides of time management. Episode Highlights: The Complexity of Scheduling Across Time Zones: Navigating the tricky waters of appointment coordination while globe-trotting. Leveraging Technology and Support: Harnessing AI and virtual assistance for seamless schedule management. Self-Care and Setting Boundaries: Prioritizing self-care and boundaries for a balanced work-travel lifestyle. This episode not only offers valuable tips for therapists who travel but also provides a candid look into the life of a digital nomad, making it a must-listen for anyone in the field. People and Products mentioned in this episode: Bill Like a Boss: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/blab Simple Practice: https://www.simplepractice.com/?p=7935d17d9c Mentaya: https://mentaya.com/?referrerId=kym The Clinical AI Club: www.clinicalaiclub.com Your Virtual Assistant Finder Service: https://www.yourvafinder.com/ Alma is on a mission to simplify access to high-quality, affordable mental health care by giving providers the tools they need to build thriving in-network private parties. Learn more about Alma. Connect with me: Instagram: @thetravelingtherapist_kym The Traveling Therapist Membership: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/travelingtherapistmembership Revolutionize Your Private Practice with AI Course: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/ai Signup to learn more about life as Traveling Therapist: https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/l2v7c3 The Traveling Therapist Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/onlineandtraveling/ Bill Like A Boss Insurance Billing Community: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/blab Subscribe to the Podcast: Apple iTunes | Spotify | Google Podcast | Stitcher | Amazon | Castbox
Ana Amortegui, ADFC DP, is a Colombian Director of Photography with a string of credits, including Resident Alien, Black Lightning, Into the Dark, Twenties S2, Gentrified, the web series, Heal and Quantum Leap S1 and S2 which is currently in production. Ana defines passion, determination and focus in her ambitions never letting anything or anyone stand in the way of her goals. And her journey from being a dancer in Colombia has taken her to the heart of Hollywood where women have to fight extra hard to break into the tough world of running camera. But Ana set herself a goal which she never lost sight of and worked her way up from Camera Assistant to DP. Born in Medellin, Colombia in 1979, Ana lost her mother Miriam when she was just seven years old so she was raised with her father Santiago and two brothers Jose and Javier. She proved herself a natural sportswoman, even playing softball for her country, but it was dancing that became an early passion and one that grew into her first career. Undeterred by her father's opposition to her dancing ambitions she appeased him with being a diligent student and studying electrical engineer. Her talent soon drew the attention of casting directors and producers and she was hired on Protagonists de Novela as their dance teacher. Whilst on set Ana began to develop an interest in camera work and would take every opportunity to learn new skills. Following Electrical Engineering School, Ana graduated from video production and filmmaking at the Art Institute of California in 2010. While she was in school she would work a variety of jobs to make a living until she established herself in the industry. Her determination and passion on set led her from one job to another and she recalls that the turning point coincided with getting pregnant with her daughter Mila. Her friend and fellow Cinematographer Gretchen Warthen says: “Within four years, she achieved everything she told me she was going to do. Ana's will and positive attitude is amazing. She inspires me always and I am so very proud of all she has accomplished.” During the actors strike Ana made use of the time studying a model of responsible parenting, as well as photography skills and face painting. Ana lives in Los Angeles with her husband actor Danny Pardo and their five year old daughter Mila.Ana's Playlist:Salsa,Tango,ReguetonMarc AnthonyCarlos VivesSome favorite female artists:Kira Kelly, ASC, DP Mariscela Mendez, DPAlicia Robbins, DP Kendra JarnaginCatalina Gomez Beuth, Colombian PainterHost: Chris StaffordProduced by Hollowell StudiosFollow @theaartpodcast on InstagramEmail: email@example.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4769409/advertisement
O Cinco Minutos de hoje, 17, dá um pulo na Argentina para falar sobre eleições presidenciais. Neste domingo, 19, os argentinos vão às urnas para o segundo turno de uma disputa que coloca frente à frente os candidatos Javier Milei e Sergio Massa. Em jogo, o comando de um país imerso em uma grave crise econômica. Enquanto isso, aqui no Brasil, o desfecho de outro embate, este entre as equipes econômica e política quanto a meta fiscal do próximo ano. O Antagonista está no top 3 do prêmio Ibest na categoria Canal de Política. Contamos com o seu voto e sua ajuda na divulgação. https://app.premioibest.com/votacao/canal-de-politica Acompanhe O Antagonista no canal do WhatsApp. Boletins diários, conteúdos exclusivos em vídeo... e muito mais. Link do canal: https://whatsapp.com/channel/0029Va2SurQHLHQbI5yJN344 Assine o combo O Antagonista + Crusoé: https://assine.oantagonista.com/ Siga O Antagonista nas redes sociais e cadastre-se para receber nossa newsletter: https://bit.ly/newsletter-oa Leia mais em www.oantagonista.com.br | www.crusoe.com.br
I think the thing that struck me the most about the Barbie movie is that when Ken has a beach accident (despite being fully qualified for “Beach”) he receives prompt and free medical care. No long wait at the ER.[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post 9ES298: The Bear Dances A Tango appeared first on 9to5 (dot cc).
Some people you LOVE dancing with. With others... you dance for other reasons. Sometimes these "other" dances are lovingly referred to as "charity" or "community service" tandas. For our first "together" episode, my husband Alex and I tackle this somewhat uncomfortable topic. I have never met a tango dancer who was not at least somewhat conflicted on this issue. What do you think? Post your response in the comments or reach out to us! Join my private FaceBook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sotangoworld Stay in touch >
Žurnāliste Inita Sila daudziem ir pazīstama kā ilggadīga žurnāla "Ieva" galvenā redaktore, nesen - žurnāla "Kā būt laimīgai" galvenā redaktore. Inita ir ne tikai žurnāliste, bet arī autore grāmatām "100 vēstules sievietei" un "Tango ar diviem misteriem V". Nesenākā no tām ir Initas stāsts par pieredzi, pašai saskaroties ar vēža diagnozi. Tagad viņa ir arī "Hospiss LV" pārstāve .Šogad sarunu festivālā "Lampa" Inita vadīja "Nāves kafejnīcas" sarunu "Turies draudziņ". Tā ir gaiša saruna, jo visi tās dalībnieki apliecina, ka tieši vēža diagnoze, savas mirstības apzināšanās, viņiem likusi vēl vairāk novērtēt savu dzīvi. Sarunas ieraksts var iedvesmot tās klausītāju dzīvot pilnasinīgi arī bez diagnozes.Kad Initai tagad jautā, ko viņa dara, viņa atbild: "Dzīvoju." Es ļoti novērtēju viņas atklātību, daloties ne tikai ar savas dzīves pieredzi, bet arī ar idejām, ko Inita ir apguvusi pilnvērtīgākai dzīvošanai.Vairāk informācijas sarunas lapā.SARUNAS PIETURPUNKTI:5:00 Kā atšķiras divas Initas Silas dzīves – viena līdz četrdesmit gadu krīzei, otra pēc tās9:29 “Meklējot savu sapņu profesiju, tev ir jāatceras bērnība, pirmais, ko tu gribēji”11:12 Ar kādu mērķi Inita šobrīd strādā labdarības organizācijā “Hospiss LV”12:39 Kas ir nāves dūla un kādēļ šāds pakalpojums ir nepieciešams22:03 “Dzirde ir pēdējā no maņām, ko cilvēks zaudē pirms nomiršanas”25:21 Kas ir veltīgā ārstēšana un kādas likumu izmaiņas ir plānotas Latvijā31:02 Kā beigt baidīties un sākt baudīt dzīvi36:21 Vai menopauze spēj laupīt dzīvesprieku41:53 “Atļaujies būt nepareiza”43:24 Iemācīties baudīt dzīvi bez alkohola57:49 Triki, kā ierobežot saldumu ēšanu1:00:18 Vērtīgs pieredzes stāsts par anoreksiju ģimenē1:09:05 Jautājums, kuru sev ik pa laikam ir izdevīgi uzdot1:11:15 Prakses, ko Inita Sila piekopj ik dienas1:20:48 “Nerunājot nekas nemainās. Nerunājot tu nevienam nepalīdzi”1:24:09 Padoms – ko neteikt cilvēkam, kuram ir vēža diagnoze1:26:42 Nebūt perfekcionistei un stiprajai sievietei1:31:17 Bēres, cilvēkam dzīvam esot – kas tas ir, kur un kādos gadījumos to praktizē1:37:17 Mirstošo cilvēku advokāti - kādi ir “Hospiss LV” mērķi un kā nokļūt draugu klubā
IN THE NEWS American Legion National Commander: Task Force Movement: more than a job program THIS WEEK'S GUEST Newly crowned Ms. International World, Air Force veteran Terace Garnier has found the resilience to overcome obstacles including childhood rape, Military Sexual Trauma and homelessness. She found success as the first Pentagon correspondent for Newsy, an artist, a mentor and advocate for fellow veterans and now, an author with a new book “No Longer Silent” just released on Veterans Day. RAPID FIRE Soldiers Unpaid: National Guard Hasn't Paid Out Thousands of Enlistment Bonuses Seen UFOs as a government worker? The Pentagon wants to hear from you Watch Marines fire rocket from ‘creepy' robot goat available on Amazon Special Guest: Terace Garnier.
Argentina har stora problem. Inflationen på över 100 procent, växande skuldberg, och ni vill en presidentkandidat byta valuta till dollar. Frågan man allt oftare ställer sig på argentinska centralbanken: Vad tycker Kina om det här?
GroveCast Episode 0069: Rev. Dr. Jessica LaGrone: Two to Tango: DancingPlease invite others to listen.52 Minutes.Please provide us your feedback by going to http://www.oceangrove.org/podcast and clicking on the feedback link there.Ocean Grove is known as God's Square Mile at the Jersey Shore.This message was given in the Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove.Scripture: Mark 11 also mentioned vocabulary: Intratextuality, intercalation and rabbit trailsRev. Dr. Jessica LaGrone is the Dean of the Chapel at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. She is an acclaimed pastor, teacher, speaker, and writer whose engaging communication style endears her to groups throughout the United States. A native of Texas, Jessica is an ordained pastor in the Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church and previously served for nine years at The Woodlands United Methodist Church near Houston, Texas. Jessica's books and studies, includingNamesake: When God Rewrites Your Story, Under Wraps, and Broken and Blessed: How God Used One Imperfect Family to Change the World, and Set Apart: Holy Habits of Prophets and Kingshave been used in personal and group studies around the world. Her book, also called Broken and Blessed, was released by Abingdon in Fall 2014, in addition to an all-church Advent study co-created by the pastoral staff at TWUMC to which she is a contributor called “Under Wraps.” We invite you to join us live in Ocean Grove (or online) and also invite others to join us. You can listen to and watch this and other messages at oceangrove.org/watchNote: upcoming events can be found at www.oceangrove.org - come join us!This podcast is provided by the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association, a non-profit. We invite you to visit oceangrove.org to find more information about our organization including how to take part in our many programs and how to support the organization. Please keep our organization in prayer.Copyright 2023 Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association
Roberto Fonseca “La Gran Diversión”: ”Yanim” ”Sal al Malecón” “Mani Mambo” Roberto Fonseca & Clarence Bekker Band ”Oya” ”Cuando Tú Bailas Pa Mi” ”Mercedes” “Kinka Mache”Roberto Fonseca & Regina Carter – ”Baila Mulata” ”Oscar Please Stop” ”Osini” Tablao de Tango: “Olvido” (1935) “Mix Piazzolla” “Nocturno a mi barrio” Escuchar audio
100% argentino, 100% tijuanense, 100% internacional ¡y 300% músico! Así -o más-, es nuestro querido amigo Andrés Martín. Desde esta frontera no solo compone música clásica y universal para orquestas y ensambles de todo el mundo, sino que ha promovido el tango como nadie, creándolo. Contrabajista de la Orquesta de Baja California, creador; compositor y arreglista de nuestro recordado Cuatro Para Tango, y músico de tiempo completo, junto a un ensamble de músicos de Estados Unidos llevó sus creaciones y arreglos a un disco que hoy presentamos en exclusiva en Tango Sensei. Grabado en los históricos Estudios ION de Buenos Aires, entre los fantasmas de Astor y Pichuco, hoy nos damos el gusto de presentar junto a su creador, Andrés Martín… “Camarada in Buenos Aires”
“[Soon] we won't be talking about questions like, do you have to be an engineer or be super technically strong to have a meaningful impact in the space world?” Join us in talking to the new CEO of Space Tango, Sita Sonty, for the first official episode of our series on the space industry. This series is geared towards proving space is a diverse industry not only for those with technical backgrounds. Sita's leap from diplomat to space industry CEO exemplifies that space innovation isn't just for engineers. Tune in for an enriching dialogue on navigating life's transitions with audacity and professional courage. Plus, explore with us the exciting frontiers of on-orbit pharmaceuticals and the future of printing organs in zero-gravity. Listen in on this compelling conversation that's sure to elevate your view of what's possible in the final frontier.
Giving and receiving feedback is a necessary skill that we have to develop in order to progress, both in tango and in life. But why is it so difficult? Why does it cause so much tension and what can we do to make the process more effective (and pleasant!)?In this episode I banter about my own struggle with giving/receiving feedback and some of the methods I developed over the years of teaching to make this process more successful.Join my private FaceBook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sotangoworldSign up for my weekly NEWSLETTER: https://newsletter.imsotango.com/Questions/comments? Reach out to meWeb: imsotango.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook @IMSO TangoInstagram @imso_tango
IN THE NEWS 2023 Veterans Day Deals, Discounts and Freebies THIS WEEK'S GUEST Retired U.S. Army Maj. Lisa Bass began her 20-year military career as a 30-year-old private in the JAG Corps, attended Airborne School as a grandmother, and became the first female Commander in the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team. After separating from the Army, Lisa made the transition from soldier to entrepreneur and founded Combat Boots Jewelry, selling patriotic accessories that help women show pride of service. She also founded Task Force Sisterhood Against Sexual Assaults (TF SASA) - a team of former military leaders from various branches with a deep commitment to providing effective solutions and support concerning sexual assault and harassment. RAPID FIRE Navy promotes first female mortician to senior chief petty officer A beer-drinking Marine Corps duck earned a citation for fighting at Tarawa Testing of Air Force all-electric plane set to start at Florida base Special Guest: Lisa Bass.
With Hill 355 secured, the focus of the fighting turned to the main objective, Hill 317 and its neigbouring feature Hill 217. 3RAR would make the assault on Hill 317 while the Northumberland Fusiliers attempted to take Hill 217. In order to take Hill 317, 3RAR first had to secure features known as Tango, Uniform and Qubec. The fighting to take these features would test the strength of 3RAR, severely reducing their numbers before they could make the main attack and seize Maryang San. https://www.australianmilitaryhistorypodcast.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Monologue:Buh-Bye Taco Ranch!Garbo's Coming to DSZilker Christmas Tree Lighting (Yes, Christmas Tree!)I-35 Expansion Uproots Many Small BusinessesSurprise! FED Announces Possibly Ending Rate HikesDS is a Film Friendly Certified CommunityCroc's Cowboy Boots (Yes those Crocs)Guest:Steve Hart is a 39 year veteran of the film and TV industry as a Producer/Director/writer/stunt coordinator and stuntman. He is Executive Producer at Stunt Tales and has a spotless safety record. He is know in Hollywood for being Innovative, imaginative, articulate, and team-oriented. We talk about all the films he has worked on and his favorite stars he met along the way. He has worked on hundreds of projects including Hook, Tango and Cash and was stunt coordinator for RENO 911 for 7 years. Steve Mallett and Michelle Lewis meet the most interesting people, and discover the places and events that make Dripping Springs, Texas, a Hill Country oasis. Learn why every year, hundreds of people move to this small town just outside of Austin. Every episode features a local resident who's talent and past will make you want to know more about what draws so many unique people to this historical town. From ranchers to engineers, cowboys to entrepreneurs, bankers to bull riders. Join us every week for a new episode, where curiosity meets cutting-edge storytelling, and be inspired by the fascinating tales that make Dripping Springs, Texas, a beacon for the bold and the adventurous..Support the showThis show is brought to you by the Real Estate Pro's at The Mallett Integrity Team. Look them up when you are buying or selling real estate in the Dripping Springs or Austin area. Real Estate Done Right! Call them at 512-627-7018.This show is sponsored by the Lending Pros at Capital Farm Credit. Lending in Texas for over 100 years they can help you buy your dream ranch, ranchette or provide interim financing for construction for your land improvements. Call them at 512-892-4425.We are sponsored by M. Elliott Design. Tailored experience. Design as an investment. They can help you design for renovations, new construction or with the right furniture; each item is selected, tailored, and procured. Call Montana at 512-781-0224.Thanks for listening! Please follow us & leave a review. Apple PodcastsMallett and Michelle on InstagramOur Website - Sign up for latest updates. We love your feedback & comments. Email: email@example.com
Gran músico, compositor y fino violinista que tuvo el privilegio de tocar con figuras sobresalientes de nuestra música como Pedro Maffia y Miguel Caló, este hecho habla por si solo de su calidad interpretativa. En algún momento de su meritoria carrera, constituyó el cuarteto Los Notables del Tango, junto a otros destacados músicos de la época. Luego crea el primer Cuarteto de Cámara del Tango y posteriormente un sexteto con varios talentosos intérpretes. Con el empresario Alejandro Romay crearon los ‘Grandes Valores del Tango', un programa de alta audiencia donde regresaron a la radio aquellas figuras un tanto olvidadas y surgieron nuevos talentos para nuestra música. Como fue un innovador nato, buscador incesante de nuevas formas de expresión, incursionó en otro ensayos tangueros que no fueron tan afortunados, para luego regresar a lo clásico, al buen Tango y volver a destacar por su gran estilo cadencioso y doliente a la hora de empuñar el arco, para dejarnos melodías maravillosas.
Join us for an exciting episode of New Teacher Talk as we welcome our special guest, Melissa Laun, an experienced educator and co-teaching expert. In this insightful conversation, Melissa will share her valuable insights and strategies for successful co-teaching, providing new teachers with the tools they need to thrive in collaborative teaching environments. Discover the power of co-teaching as Melissa delves into the benefits and advantages it offers both teachers and students. Gain a deeper understanding of how co-teaching can be implemented effectively in different classroom settings. Explore practical tips and techniques for establishing a strong co-teaching partnership. Melissa will discuss the importance of communication, trust, and shared planning in creating a harmonious co-teaching relationship that maximizes student learning outcomes. Learn how to navigate challenges and overcome common obstacles that arise in co-teaching. Melissa Laun will provide guidance on addressing differing teaching styles, managing workload and responsibilities, and fostering a cohesive classroom community. Whether you're new to co-teaching or looking to enhance your collaborative teaching skills, this episode of New Teacher Talk is a must-listen. Join us as we tap into Melissa Laun's expertise and gain invaluable insights on successful co-teaching practices that will elevate your teaching journey and positively impact the academic and social growth of your students. Listen. Follow. Share.
En esta emisión, el equipo de Tierra Adentro hizo un repaso a la historia del artista argentino Benjamin Solari Parravicini, nacido en el año 1898 y recordado por sus profecías expresadas en forma de dibujos en los que anticipaba hechos futuros realizándolos en estado de trance. Entre sus predicciones se encuentran sucesos tales como el atentado a las torres gemelas, la segunda guerra mundial, la elección del Papa Francisco, la revolución cubana y asesinatos de destacadas personalidades, así como sucesos de la historia argentina. Desde su niñez manifestaba tener contacto con seres sobrenaturales como ángeles, duendes y hadas, y también existían los rumores de que había tenido contacto con extraterrestres, cuya llegada también profetizó en 1939. En la columna Patio de Tango, el recuerdo de la popular cantante Susy Leiva, una de las voces predilectas del director Mariano Mores y quien tras la grabación del tema Frente al Mar llego a convertirse en la voz femenina más exitosa de la década de 1960. Recorrió Japón y gran parte de Latinoamérica junto a la orquesta de Juan Canaro, hasta que trágicamente perdió la vida en un accidente automovilístico durante una gira nacional.
Concierto/Viernes Temáticos: Mil años de amor (II). Tango, amor desconsolado. Andrés Neuman. El tango, con sus orígenes híbridos y su esencia melancólica, ha cantado al amor desde sus inicios acompañado de un baile casi ritual. Pero lo ha hecho casi siempre en un tono desconsolado. Las historias que cuenta, ricas en metáforas, ahondan en la vertiente sufridora del amor y, sobre todo, en los efectos del desamor, en los estragos anímicos que causa la ruptura. El escritor y poeta argentino Andrés Neuman incidirá en esta relación inestable en su presentación de este concierto. Explore en canal.march.es el archivo completo de Conferencias en la Fundación Juan March: casi 3.000 conferencias, disponibles en audio, impartidas desde 1975.
Na Slovensko prišla ako dvanásťročná, lebo v jej rodnej Angole zúrila vojna. Herečku Maru Lukamu si televízni diváci pamätajú ako sestričku zo seriálu Ordinácia v ružovej záhrade. Objavila sa tiež v seriáloch Búrlivé víno či Nesmrteľní, zahrala si vo filme Tango s komármi a celkom najnovšie aj v snímke Hadí plyn, ktorá prišla do kín pred pár dňami. V rozhovore sme sa zhovárali aj o tom, či si myslí, že dnes už majú herci inej ako bielej farby pleti viac príležitostí v projektoch slovenských televízií a filmárov, ale tiež o prvom kontakte so Slovenskom či o tom, akým poznámkam alebo situáciám musela Mara Lukama aj s rodinou čeliť prvé roky života na Slovensku. Mara Lukama spomína aj na to, ako sa naučila po slovensky, či má radšej modeling, tanec alebo herectvo, alebo ako vychováva svoje dve dcérky, s ktorými ako jediná z rodiny zostala žiť na Slovensku. Viac sa už dozviete v relácii Ide o nás.
What limits us social dancers most is not the technical stuff, but rather the psychological and emotional stuff. Tango is notorious for causing conflict and many couples break up after starting to learn this dance, at least that's what happened for me.In this episode I banter about the source of most tango conflicts - the question of “whose fault is it?” when something is not working correctly. I dive deep into my own experience of figuring out the answer to that question and how we can learn to transform the emotional charge of that question to something more constructive that ultimately serves to make us better dancers (and better human beings).Join my private FaceBook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sotangoworldSign up for my weekly NEWSLETTER: https://newsletter.imsotango.com/Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/cLfrc-oe9yMQuestions/comments? Reach out to meWeb: imsotango.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook @IMSO TangoInstagram @imso_tango
U.S. Navy veteran, Dr. Ruth Moore is an Integrative Health Practitioner in Functional Medicine in Ellsworth, Maine. She is trauma-response expert who treats stress-based health conditions and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) with complementary, alternative, and integrative medicine. She is also a published author, neuroscientist and clinical aromatherapist who has testified before Congress and played a role in creating health policy that helps her fellow veterans get access to appropriate healthcare from VA. Dr. Moore shares her own journey from experiencing MST, surviving suicide and homelessness to receiving her doctorate and the work she does now to help veterans in crisis. Special Guest: Dr. Ruth Moore.
IN THE NEWS Durning National Executive Committee meetings in October, The American Legion passed several resolutions focused on mental health THIS WEEK'S GUEST Blind and deaf after surviving an IED blast in Afghanistan, Aaron Hale eagerly takes on new challenges as an outdoor adventurer and entrepreneur. The former Navy chef and Army EOD team leader joins the podcast to discuss his recovery, his adventures as an elite athlete, and the entrepreneurial endeavor that showcases his culinary roots. RAPID FIRE Did Edgar Allan Poe attend West Point? Meet the Marine competing for the best mullet in America Guardian becomes service's first to earn Ranger tab Special Guest: Aaron Hale.
A coffee-fueled round-table discussion about the book, "The Alabaster Girl" by Zan Perrion. Listen in as Zan and his guests explore the themes and concepts of the book in immense and surprising detail. The episodes will be released on a regular basis, so don't forget to subscribe!In this episode: Part Two of the discussion on the chapter: The Way of Salvation__________________________________________________Get the book, "The Alabaster Girl" here: https://bit.ly/3E6TxgV "In Search of the Alabaster Girl"Producer: Zan PerrionDirector: Ioan BatiEditor: Gabriel CoroiuSound Editing: Nikolaos SpyratosOriginal music: "Tango del'Amor" by DaKsha & NandiWith: Zan Perrion, Jordan Luke Collier, Rich Thompson, Owen DavisCreated by Affinity Studio (http://www.affinitystudio.ro)_____Ars Amorata is a celebration of the art of seduction, the rebirth of romance, and a lifelong quest for beauty and adventure.Zan Perrion is internationally recognized as one of the most original and insightful voices on relationships and seduction in the world today. A regular media commentator, he has been widely featured in the international press. Zan is the founder of the Ars Amorata philosophy--a celebration of the art of seduction, the rebirth of romance, and a lifelong quest for beauty and adventure. He is also a co-founder of the Amorati network of men. Zan divides his time between Canada and Romania and can be found at www.zanperrion.com and www.arsamorata.comVisit the Ars Amorata WEBSITE: http://www.arsamorata.comVisit the Zan Perrion WEBSITE: http://www.zanperrion.comJoin the Ars Amorata on FACEBOOK Community: https://bit.ly/3E7bDQ5_____Copyright © 2023 Alabaster Communications Inc. All rights reserved Ars Amorata ®, The Amorati ®, Casa Amorata ®, and the Amorati logo are all registered trademarks of Alabaster Communications Inc.Support the show
durée : 00:54:35 - Affaires sensibles - par : Fabrice Drouelle - Interdit, coupé et détruit, à la fois un succès et un film pestiféré. Maria Schneider, Marlon Brando et Jean-Pierre Léaud se partagent l'affiche. Invitée Vanessa Schneider qui vient de publier un livre à la mémoire de sa cousine actrice chez Grasset. - invités : Vanessa Schneider - Vanessa Schneider : Journaliste - réalisé par : Helene Bizieau
Lethal Mullet Flashback: Tango & Cash It is a Lethal mullet flashback, return to the early days of The Lethal Mullet as he discusses one of his all time favorite buddy cop action films, Tango & Cash Subscribe on: Apple / Stitcher / Podbean / Google Play / Spotify Contact: Facebook: bit.ly/2MacoeW Instagram: bit.ly/2o5k3Ds Twitter: bit.ly/2o4PopS Adam on Twitter: bit.ly/330oIoQ Facebook: bit.ly/35gsz3c Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Reviews!
Jason Echols and Douglas Sarine drive into the Super Legit garage to answer the question, “What's the clearly dumbest decision you've ever made that worked out in your best interest?” We get stories of weddings, home ownership, bomb shelters, superhero speed dating, dialect classes, relationship lies, and loan guppies. Which ones are real and which ones are scenes? Listen to find out! Cast: Sean Michael Boozer, Chris Compton, Michael Heiman, Stephen C. James, Jarrett Lennon Kaufman, Josh Spence, Alex Rose Wiesel Special guest(s): Jason Echols and Douglas Sarine Ads: Sean Connery and the Last Crusade of Mexican Food (written by Josh Spence and performed by Michael Heiman), Oh God No (improvised by Michael Heiman) Original release date: 10/25/23 Show references: Along Came a Callback - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13617648/ Jason Echols - https://instagram.com/jason_echols Anthem of Life - https://youtube.com/watch?v=wV7e8-F2q44 Intro and outro music credit to Matt Walker Various sound effects and music from https://freesfx.co.uk/ Additional music and sound credits: Music: Americana by Kevin MacLeod Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/3361-americana Licensed under CC BY 4.0: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Tango de Manzana by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4460-tango-de-manzana License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Who Likes to Party by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4627-who-likes-to-party License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Music: Scary Drone 1 by Tim Kulig Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/11274-scary-drone-1 Licensed under CC BY 4.0: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Continuing our discussion from last week, in this episode I go over the most common complaints I hear from leaders in regards to followers. There is some overlap here, but there are certain things that followers in particular should keep in mind to make their partner's experience more comfortable and enjoyable.Join my private FaceBook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sotangoworldSign up for my weekly NEWSLETTER: https://newsletter.imsotango.com/Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LEW7T74KbSMQuestions/comments? Reach out to meWeb: imsotango.comEmail: email@example.comFacebook @IMSO TangoInstagram @imso_tango
It's here - and we're not going with a cheap "fun-size" podcast, we're king size, baby! Turn up the sounds and turn down the lights - it's Halloween!1.) Every Day Is Halloween [Retro Electro Mix] - Ministry 2.) Every day Is Halloween - Kate Pierson 3.) I'm Gonna Haunt You - Fred Schneider 4.) No One Lives Forever - Oingo Boingo 5.) Something In My House [Mortevicar Mix] - Dead Or Alive 6.) Fear (Of The Unknown) [12" Urban Fear Mix] - Siouxsie And The Banshees 7.) Fly On The Windscreen [Death Mix] - Depeche Mode 8.) Void Eater - Hall & Nails (Mashup by ah!) 9.) Flesh For Fantasy - Billy Idol 10.) Armie Of The Night - Sparks 11.) The Howling - Babel 12.) Bates Motel - The Hitmen 13.) Norman Bates - Landscape 14.) I Want Candy [12" Remix] - Bow Wow Wow 15.) The Drowning Man - The Cure 16.) Martin - Soft Cell 17.) The Three Shadows Part III - Bauhaus 18.) Phantom Living - The Fixx 19.) Don't Pay The Ferryman - Chris De Burgh 20.) Dr, Mabuse - Propaganda 21.) Dracula's Tango [12" Mix] - Toto Coelo 22.) The Day The Devil - Laurie Anderson 23.) Dr Heckyll and Mr. Jive - Men At Work 24.) Shadow Of Fear - Madness 25.) The Devil And Darkness - Freur 26.) I Die - You Die [Alternate Version] - Gary Numan 27.) Devil Bunnies - My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult 28.) Scared - Little John 29.) Rawhead And Bloody Bones - Siouxsie And The Banshees 30.) Send Me An Angel [Extended Version] - Real Life 31.) Monster Mash - The Big O 32.) Ghoul's Night Out - Misfits 33.) Creature From The Black Leather Lagoon - The Cramps 34.) Perfect Murder - The Glove
Are You Doing the Tango of Life Backwards? In this episode, I explore the idea that life is like a dance with the universe. Many people are not "tangoing" with life and the universe in the right way to get the results they want. We often think the universe "has our back" and will give us what we want. But, the truth is the universe reflects us back to ourselves. The universe doesn't test you; it mirrors you. Your external experience reflects your inner consciousness and vibration. To change your life, you must take 100% responsibility for your emotional state and vibration. Taking "responsibility" means actively causing something to happen. If you haven't achieved what you want in life, it's because you haven't taken full ownership of making it happen. You must manage your thinking and feelings to emit the frequency that attracts what you desire. Trying to force your desired reality often backfires. Allow what is while holding the vision for what you want. Fighting life lowers your vibration and brings more of what you're fighting against. Acceptance and non-resistance are key. Transformational Takeaway: When we resist "what is," we lower our vibration and attract more of what we don't want. How can you allow the present moment and release the struggle? What higher vision for your life can you connect to that elevates your frequency? How can you tango with life in a new way that serves your growth and evolution? VISIT THE SHOW NOTES HERE FOR MORE: https://www.jimfortin.com/292 LIKED THE EPISODE? If you're the kind of person who likes to help others, then share this with your friends and family. If you have found value, they will too. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts so we can reach more people. Join the conversation inside the Jim Fortin Podcast Community Facebook group HERE. OTHER RESOURCES YOU MAY ENJOY: My Instagram account Podcast Facebook Community Click here to send your questions Thank you for listening! With Gratitude, Jim Fortin
The Nobel-prize winning economist Simon Kuznets once analyzed the world's economies this way — he said there are four kinds of countries: developed, underdeveloped, Japan... and Argentina.If you want to understand what happens when inflation really goes off the rails, go to Argentina. Annual inflation there, over the past year, was 124 percent. Argentina's currency, the peso, is collapsing, its poverty rate is above 40 percent, and the country may be on the verge of electing a far right Libertarian president who promises to replace the peso with the dollar. Even in a country that is already deeply familiar with economic chaos, this is dramatic.In this episode, we travel to Argentina to try to understand: what is it like to live in an economy that's on the edge? With the help of our tango dancer guide, we meet all kinds of people who are living through record inflation and political upheaval. Because even as Argentina's economy tanks, its annual Mundial de Tango – the biggest tango competition in the world – that show is still on.This episode was hosted by Amanda Aronczyk and Erika Beras. It was produced by Sam Yellowhorse Kesler with help from James Sneed. It was engineered by Maggie Luthar, fact-checked by Sierra Juarez, and edited by Molly Messick. Alex Goldmark is Planet Money's executive producer.Help support Planet Money and get bonus episodes by subscribing to Planet Money+ in Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org/planetmoney.