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Julia, Kylie, and Caroline reunite with Musa for an awkward family dinner where they toast the 8th episode of House of the Dragon, "The Lord of the Tides". Musa agrees Targs are boring with the exception of one particular edgelord.Please visit TheFandomentals.com for full show notes.Episode Breakdown:0:00 - Introduction & recap22:10 - Julia wants to spoil Fire and Blood20:00 - Mullets and age-bending24:00 - Marie de' Medici and wall porn34:21 - The Alicent that was promised40:00 - Questionable online discourse57:47 - Musa hates boring Targs1:04:45 - Rhaenys needs to monologue her motivations1:13:00 - Stupid prophecy dagger is stupid1:20:15 - Helaena is thinkin' about bugs1:35:00 - Family dinner of fun1:46:10 - Julia reads from her Kobo1:53:53 - Dramatic irony happens!2:03:03 - Highlights/lowlights
The Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems (Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo) is a 1632 Italian-language book by Galileo Galilei comparing the Copernican system with the traditional Ptolemaic system. It was translated into Latin as Systema cosmicum (English: Cosmic System) in 1635 by Matthias Bernegger. The book was dedicated to Galileo's patron, Ferdinando II de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, who received the first printed copy on February 22, 1632. Download your copy of Galileo's Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems in auidiobook form here https://BrianKeating.com/dialogue Background In the Copernican system, the Earth and other planets orbit the Sun, while in the Ptolemaic system, everything in the Universe circles around the Earth. The Dialogue was published in Florence under a formal license from the Inquisition. In 1633, Galileo was found to be "vehemently suspect of heresy" based on the book, which was then placed on the Index of Forbidden Books, from which it was not removed until 1835 (after the theories it discussed had been permitted in print in 1822). In an action that was not announced at the time, the publication of anything else he had written or ever might write was also banned in Catholic countries. Overview While writing the book, Galileo referred to it as his Dialogue on the Tides, and when the manuscript went to the Inquisition for approval, the title was Dialogue on the Ebb and Flow of the Sea. He was ordered to remove all mention of tides from the title and to change the preface because granting approval to such a title would look like approval of his theory of the tides using the motion of the Earth as proof. As a result, the formal title on the title page is Dialogue, which is followed by Galileo's name, academic posts, and followed by a long subtitle. The name by which the work is now known was extracted by the printer from the description on the title page when permission was given to reprint it with an approved preface by a Catholic theologian in 1744. This must be kept in mind when discussing Galileo's motives for writing the book. Although the book is presented formally as a consideration of both systems (as it needed to be in order to be published at all), there is no question that the Copernican side gets the better of the argument. Structure The book is presented as a series of discussions, over a span of four days, among two philosophers and a layman: Salviati argues for the Copernican position and presents some of Galileo's views directly, calling him the "Academician" in honor of Galileo's membership in the Accademia dei Lincei. He is named after Galileo's friend Filippo Salviati (1582–1614). Sagredo is an intelligent layman who is initially neutral. He is named after Galileo's friend Giovanni Francesco Sagredo (1571–1620). Simplicio, a dedicated follower of Ptolemy and Aristotle, presents the traditional views and the arguments against the Copernican position. He is supposedly named after Simplicius of Cilicia, a sixth-century commentator on Aristotle, but it was suspected the name was a double entendre, as the Italian for "simple" (as in "simple minded") is "semplice".Simplicio is modeled on two contemporary conservative philosophers, Lodovico delle Colombe (1565–1616?), Galileo's opponent, and Cesare Cremonini (1550–1631), a Paduan colleague who had refused to look through the telescope. Colombe was the leader of a group of Florentine opponents of Galileo's, which some of the latter's friends referred to as "the pigeon league". Join PragerU: www.prageru.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the second part of the podcast, I give you a primer on atmospheric pressure, with particular attention to the impact on water levels and the potential for King Tides. I also provide the forecast: not much action this week, but the potential for FAR colder air over the weekend. Yes, even that four-letter word, snow, for some locations.
Heyo StarSound tribe! Powerful remedies for The New Moon SuperMoon in Aquarius... King Tides… California and Florida's charts... Vision Boarding 2.0…. it's all here in Episode 232. Enjoy! Props to our brilliant yogini/astrologer Erin Reese for the new paradigm of vision boarding ... "A Secret Message from Psyche" ... perfect for the New Year and Saturn going into Pisces. Check it out here! https://erinreese.substack.com/p/a-secret-message-from-psyche?utm_source=substack&publication_id=439210&post_id=97130421&utm_medium=email&utm_content=share&triggerShare=true&isFreemail=true
Mike takes a hard look at his swing with coach Jayson Nickol. Want to work with Jayson? Find him on the Skillest app: https://skillest.com/app/profile/jayson-nickol Use promo code CHASINGSCRATCH at thestacksystem.com for 10% off the Stack System. Kudos to Titleist & FootJoy MUSIC CREDITS: "The Gospel Trail" is by Quality Quest purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Ocean of Tears" is by Little Red Church purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Summer City" is by Senbei purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Tides of Time" purchased via PremiumBeat.com "The Big Showdown" purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Rise of the Champion" is by Little Red Church purchased via PremiumBeat.com "C Major Prelude" is by Bach "Forever Yours" is by Wayne Jones "The Game Changer" is by Evan MacDonald purchased via PremiumBeat.com "When We Found The Horizon" is by Late Night Feeler
Shownotes for the DruidCast Episode 188 Captain Crow - The Dolmen + Connach - https://thedolmen.com/ The Talky Bit interview - Levannah Morgan on The Sea Witch's Companion - Practical Magic of Moon and Tides - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Levannah-Morgan/e/B00O16KE8W?ref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share Go - Wyrd Tides - https://www.wyrdtides.com/ DruidCast theme - Hills they are Hollow - Damh the Bard - https://www.paganmusic.co.uk/ For further information about the Druid tradition - https://druidry.org/
Hour 2 with TMX! Tides are turning for Biden and potential bid for reelection, John Kerry speaks at WEF, and more. Take a listen Atlanta's ONLY All Conservative News & Talk Station.: https://www.xtra1063.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#93: Chris O'Hare is an Olympic runner & NCAA champion. He competed in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro running the 1500m race, as well as six world championships, and won three European Championship medals. In 2012, while he was running for the University of Tulsa, he was the NCAA champion and set a NCAA indoor mile record time of 3.52. As you can see Chris is a very accomplished runner, but don't let the stats deceive you from all of the hard work Chris put in to accomplish those goals. In the show we dive into Chris's story of growing up in a small town in Scotland, learning to lose, getting a scholarship to run at the University of Tulsa, assessing and adapting, winning the NCAA championship, life as a pro, discipline, the Olympics and much more.Chris has a great story and a lot of applicable lessons, so be sure to take notes and apply!
Pack your bags and your camera because you're about to become a citizen scientist. Visitors to the Oregon Coast are able to document the impacts of sea level rise during the highest winter tides each year; the King Tides. Listen in to Meg Reed, Coastal Policy Specialist with the Oregon Coastal Management Program, discusses the program and partnering with unique organizations like the Oregon Coast Visitors Association to document our changing climate.
Stephen and Jake are back to discuss the end of Midnight Tides with our veteran Malazan fan, Ryan. What did we pick up on? Or more importantly, what did we miss? Next Up: Cradle by Will Wight Books 3-4 Check us out on YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/FantologyPodcast Chat with us more and support in the links below https://www.fantologybooks.com https://discordapp.com/invite/k5efNbG https://www.patreon.com/fantology_books http://www.audibletrial.com/Fantology https://www.redbubble.com/people/fantology/shop Music Credit: Nathan Towns, see more at https://nathantownscomposer.com/
California has been inundated with heavy rain in recent weeks as atmospheric rivers from the Pacific Ocean unleash moisture. But within a few decades, there could be flooding in coastal communities—even on dry, sunny days—as sea levels rise. How much? The King Tides offer a worrying preview.
This episode is all about to get the best return on your time investment, boost your book sales, excel at Instagram—and connect with your audience in ways you never knew possible. Join our Three-Day Submission Strategy Workshop here: https://manuscriptacademy.com/product/submission-strategy-workshop Sarah Blair is an author of sexy, snarky, supernatural fiction. She graduated from the University of Tennessee where she earned her B.A. in Creative Writing, summa cum laude. As an enthusiastic fan of The X-Files, she began her writing career penning fan fiction. Now she is the author of three books in the adult urban fantasy series, Tides of Darkness. When she's not writing, she is a host and showrunner for The X-Cast: An X-Files Podcast. Find her at Sarahlblair.com and https://www.instagram.com/author.sarah.blair/ Some of Sarah's favorite accounts to follow: https://www.instagram.com/mixtusmedia/ https://www.instagram.com/theunkarenkaren/ https://www.instagram.com/romantically_inclined/ https://www.instagram.com/the.author.apothecary/
Nothing is going to happen by accident. We take a hard look at our routines and talk with Stack System co-founder Sasho Mackenzie as we begin speed training. Use promo code CHASINGSCRATCH at thestacksystem.com for 10% off the Stack System. Kudos to Titleist & FootJoy MUSIC CREDITS: "The Gospel Trail" is by Quality Quest purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Ocean of Tears" is by Little Red Church purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Summer City" is by Senbei purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Tides of Time" purchased via PremiumBeat.com "The Big Showdown" purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Rise of the Champion" is by Little Red Church purchased via PremiumBeat.com "C Major Prelude" is by Bach "Forever Yours" is by Wayne Jones "The Game Changer" is by Evan MacDonald purchased via PremiumBeat.com "When We Found The Horizon" is by Late Night Feeler
Join Robert Child for a conversation with author Marv Truhe. Marv served as a Navy JAG lawyer and military judge during the Vietnam War. Following his military service, he was an Assistant Attorney General for South Dakota before entering private practice. He defended six of the Black sailors charged with rioting and assaults in the USS Kitty Hawk incident. His book is called Against All Tides: The Untold Story of the USS Kitty Hawk Race Riot. Sign up for our twice monthly email Newsletter SOCIAL: YouTube Twitter Facebook Website --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robert-child/support
Prophecy Radio episode #65 takes a look at both the Lightning Thief illustrated edition, as well as the graphic novel. We're once again skipping the news as we take a little break for the holidays, but we'll be back next week to catch you up on everything you missed. And don't worry! We're still going to reread and discuss Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian chapter 19. We're getting close to the end now! New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. The Lightning Thief illustrated edition/graphic novel (00:01:12) Let's jump right into discussing Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief Illustrated Edition, which was published in 2018 and illustrated by John Rocco. We really liked John's dedication in the back of the book. It's so sad there are no current plans for more, but maybe the TV show will change that! Who doesn't love a map in the front of a book!? We're super impressed by all of the illustrations, big and small. Did they accidentally spoil Percy's godly parentage at the end of chapter 1? Unlike most other depictions of him, Chiron is actually a white stallion in the illustrated edition! Are we disappointed we can't see Ares' motorcycle seat made of human skin?? The official merchandise HAS to include a ballpoint pen. If those little mechanical spiders were meant to be a jump-scare, they worked! How beautiful was that sea spirit who gave Percy the pearls!? The way they placed certain characters on the page, like Procrustes and Zeus and Poseidon, was super impactful. Clarisse is SO TALL in that Capture the Flag illustration. Being compared to Gabe is NOT a compliment. The scenes that take place in the Underworld are so iconic. What did we think of the actual style of art that John Rocco brought to the page? Now it's time to switch over to Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief: The Graphic Novel. We compare the art in each book, and whether the styles are at odds. We go through all the differences between the book and the graphic novel, according to the Fandom website. Most of these are understandable, but a few of them were a little surprising. The Trio looks SO much older in the graphic novel, but Kristen has an idea as to why that may be. Seeing so much of the Lotus Hotel was pretty cool! We hope the show makes the Olympian thrones really individualized and cool. Okay, but why is Grover so hot at the end of the graphic novel!? There are some scenes that were MADE for this format. Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian (00:39:11) We're talking about The Last Olympian chapter 19. This is the biggest of the biggest chapters, but that makes sense considering this is the climax of the whole book. Rick's writing is so cinematic, and this book is a testament to that. What do we think about Hera's curse coming into play at the end here? Luke smiling at Annabeth is like Void Stiles smiling at Scott. Grover playing his reed pipes and growing grass was surprisingly helpful. Is Aryan going to take reed pipe lessons!? We totally get why people like Ethan Nakamura so much, even after everything he did. Would you read a standalone novel about Ethan? Did you envision Typhon the way he's described in the book? We got GOOSEBUMPS when Poseidon and Tyson showed up. We're glad Annabeth got so many moments in this chapter! Hestia also has some time to shine, and it's all so significant. Rick is a genius. Does it make sense that Annabeth's knife was the cursed blade? Okay, let's talk about that moment where Luke asks Annabeth if she loved him. Did Luke deserve to go to Elysium? Thank GOODNESS we have a few more chapters to wrap up this book. Feedback (01:20:52) A Positive Guy lets us know just how much he loves the illustrated edition. Thanks for listening, and tune in next time for episode 66, where we'll catch up on all the latest news throughout the Riordanverse. This episode's hosts are: Karen Rought and Kristen Kranz. Each episode, our Prophecy Radio hosts and their guests will keep you up to date on the latest information coming out of Camp Half-Blood, including upcoming books and adaptation news, discuss a topic of choice, and do a chapter by chapter reread of the Percy Jackson series. Follow Us: Twitter // Instagram // Facebook // Tumblr Listen and Subscribe: Audioboom // Apple // Spotify Feel free to leave us your questions or comments through any of these mediums! You can also email us at email@example.com or visit our homepage for archives and more information about our show. Prophecy Radio is a Subjectify Media podcast production. Visit Subjectify Media for more shows, including Not Another Teen Wolf Podcast, ReWatchable, and Not About The Weather, and for all our latest articles about the stories we're passionate about.
Season 6 starts with change. And lots of smoke. Kudos to Titleist & FootJoy Use promo code CHASINGSCRATCH at thestacksystem.com for 10% off the Stack System. MUSIC CREDITS: "The Gospel Trail" is by Quality Quest purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Ocean of Tears" is by Little Red Church purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Summer City" is by Senbei purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Tides of Time" purchased via PremiumBeat.com "The Big Showdown" purchased via PremiumBeat.com "Rise of the Champion" is by Little Red Church purchased via PremiumBeat.com "C Major Prelude" is by Bach "Forever Yours" is by Wayne Jones "The Game Changer" is by Evan MacDonald purchased via PremiumBeat.com "When We Found The Horizon" is by Late Night Feeler
Brooke and Katie recount our memorable New Years Eve that we spent attending a very special private fireworks EVENT at Epc*t complete with a cash bar, people watching, and a run-in that taught us the true meaning of being a good friend. We also discuss being emotional in the new year, imposter syndrome, and realizing how much things are changing. The year of realizing things, if you will! For our NTBABBs we talk about "I'm your mom now" culture and the nasty Tik Tok trend of people telling their parents that their favorite celebrity is dead.
Abrimos por vacaciones The Basement Club, un acogedor tugurio subterráneo desde el que te ofrecemos una sesión sin palabras ni interrupciones, con canciones seleccionadas entre las favoritas Lux Interior y Poison Ivy de los Cramps. Playlist; (sintonía) THE GAMBLERS “LSD 25” THE ORIGINAL STARFIRES “Fender bender” MAD MIKE and THE MANIACS “The Hutch” JOE KLAY “Did you mean Jellybean” THE VOCALEERS “Cootie snap” SPARKLE MOORE “Tiger” MAC REBENNACK “Storm warning” RONNIE SELF “Bop a lena” BILLY LEE RILEY “Flyin’ saucers rock’n’roll” JOHNNY HONEYCUT “Blue song of love” CHARLIE FEATHERS “Certain female” RUDY THACKER and THE STRINGBUSTERS “Black train” JOHN and JACKIE “Little girl” THE STRIKES “If you can’t rock me” AMERICAN TEENS “Shake shake baby” BUDDY MILLER “Teen twist” LEE CHANDLER AND THE BLUE RHYTHMS “Tree top” THE TIDES “Midnight limbo” HOMER DENNISON JR. “March slav boogie” THE TOKENS “Bwanina (pretty girl)” BETTY SMITH and THE RHYTHM MASTERS “Yeah baby” RONNIE KAE “Drums fell of the Cliff” STACY BENGAL and HIS SIX OUTFIELDERS “I come to demolish Cleveland” THE TEMPESTS “Rockin’ Rochester USA” ROGER and THE TEMPESTS “Bad bad way” JACK CONSTANZO “The catwalk” GANIMIAN and HIS ORIENTALS “My funny valentine” Escuchar audio
Steven Pressfield returns to the podcast to discuss his newest book, Govt Cheese: A Memoir. He recounts his decades-long journey in "the wilderness", working as a truck driver, apple picker, and struggling screenwriter, before discovering his true calling. Joe and Steven discuss the stories we tell ourselves when faced with failure and how hard work can be our saving grace. About Steven (@SPressfield)Steven Pressfield is the author of The Legend of Bagger Vance, Gates of Fire, Tides of War, Last of the Amazons, Virtues of War, The Afghan Campaign, Killing Rommel, The Profession, The Lion's Gate, The War of Art, Turning Pro, Do the Work, The Warrior Ethos, The Authentic Swing, An American Jew, Nobody Wants to Read Your Sh*t, The Knowledge, The Artist's Journey, and A Man at ArmsHis debut novel, The Legend of Bagger Vance, was adapted for screen. A film of the same title was released in 2000, directed by Robert Redford and starring Matt Damon, Will Smith and Charlize Theron.His struggles to earn a living as a writer (it took seventeen years to get the first paycheck) are detailed in The War of Art, Turning Pro, The Authentic Swing, Nobody Wants to Read Your Sh*t, and The Knowledge.
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For Dark Tides' latest christmas special we are returning to an ol favourite Patreon exclusive series! Starring Aubrey Lidden, Bejae Ingate and Chester Lidden Thank you to our amazing patrons who bring this show to you twice a month! Patreon - patreon.com/darktides Dark Tides is a biweekly improvised audio drama series, set in the Hookba Archipelago. The show follows Ernest Marsh, a newly commissioned Park Ranger arriving in the Archipelago. And Allister Stern, a local conspiracy theorist and aspiring cryptozoologist. Together these young investigators unravel a twisted mystery of disappearances and fatal encounters with the uncanny as they search for the truth. Can you trust the voices in your head? Can you survive the troubled waters? Beware the Dark Tides. If you can't wait for the next episode of Dark Tides, or would like to support us and help us to keep making the show, head over to the Dark Tides Patreon for heaps of bonus content. A post show where we chat about the show. A Prequel series that expands the universe. Extra Ernest and Allister adventures and a bustling discord, full to the brim with dead memes! Head over to patreon.com/darktides for all the Dark Tides content you could desire!
King Tides are coming to the California Coast Christmas week, and the California Coastal Commission is asking the public to document the event. KCSB's Sarah Jagger spoke with a representative of the King Tides Project to find out what they are -- and what scientists can learn from them.
Ernest and Alister are flung deeper into the radio station as the bizzare creature they are stuck with grows more violent to them and to itself. But will they all make it out in one piece or will they leave something behind. Starring Aubrey Lidden, Bejae Ingate and Chester Lidden Thank you to our amazing patrons who bring this show to you twice a month! Patreon - patreon.com/darktides Dark Tides is a biweekly improvised audio drama series, set in the Hookba Archipelago. The show follows Ernest Marsh, a newly commissioned Park Ranger arriving in the Archipelago. And Allister Stern, a local conspiracy theorist and aspiring cryptozoologist. Together these young investigators unravel a twisted mystery of disappearances and fatal encounters with the uncanny as they search for the truth. Can you trust the voices in your head? Can you survive the troubled waters? Beware the Dark Tides. If you can't wait for the next episode of Dark Tides, or would like to support us and help us to keep making the show, head over to the Dark Tides Patreon for heaps of bonus content. A post show where we chat about the show. A Prequel series that expands the universe. Extra Ernest and Allister adventures and a bustling discord, full to the brim with dead memes! Head over to patreon.com/darktides for all the Dark Tides content you could desire!
When Rachel Schneider wrote “The Financial Diaries”, the research uncovered several misconceptions that the financial industry has about the financial lives of the average person. When her research was done and her book was published, the Omidyar Network that had funded the study then presented her with the opportunity to solve one issue that she found in her research. Her answer is Canary, which helps businesses create safety nets for their employees and the communities they live in, and helps smooth over the rough times that inevitably fall in all our lives. I hope you enjoy this episode and may we all have stronger communities and strengthen the ties that bind us together in the new year! Guest: Rachel Schneider, Founder and CEO, CanaryHost: Rachel Morrissey, Executive Producer of The MoneyPot, Money20/20
Pat and his team have created a product that is truly good tasting and good for the planet and for people.Make sure you scoop some up at 12Tides.comIn this episode we covered what regenerative ocean farms are and how they are aiming to hit their zero waste goals using packaging.You can also connect up with Pat on LinkedIn herePackaging Is Awesome with Adam Peek is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Also, make sure you check out their Spec Summit in Nashville in 2023! Go here to register! I'll be there live and in the fleshOr…Are you sick and tired of the same positions at your PLANT consistently being open or just not being filled? Or maybe your facility just isn't retaining talent due to not having dedicated recruitment support.If you need contract-to-hire support, or you are looking to hire directly for industry professionals…. Spark Packaging can help. Spark Packaging is the industry partner who provides all your recruitment and staffing needs. If you are hearing this…and thinking “THAT'S ME”…You need to go to to SparkPackagingINC.com/HIRING , again that is SparkPackagingINC.com/HIRING and answer some of their questions. Once received a Spark team-member will reach out A-S-A-P! Tell them the Packaging Pastor sent ya!This podcast is part of a great network of podcasts about packaging. Go follow Sustainable Packaging with Cory Connors along with Packaging Unbox'd hosted by Evelio Mattos Get full access to Packaging Is Awesome with Adam Peek at www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
This week the boys solo pod and talk about: Egg nog, Movies, Christmas stores, GVM, Great Video Makers, Garden State, Little miss Sunshine, Neighbors, Rick n Morty, The other two, DND, Tides of Death, The White Lotus, Inside Job, Wednesday, and much much more.
I subscribe to over 100 podcasts. On this episode I read my list and give you one sentence about each. Here is the list I can fit. 99% invisible, Atlas Obscura, The Al Franken Podcast, Think Differently, Impact Theory, The Dungeoncast, The Life and Times of Frederick the Great, Fantasy Footballers Podcast, The NPR politics Podcast, Bears Insider Podcast, What Roman Mars can Learn about Constitutional Law, This Job is History, My Favorite Murder, Just Breath: Parenting your LGBTQIA Teen, Not Another D&D Podcast, Articles of Interest, Harris Football Podcast, Spitballers Comedy Podcast, Lord of the Rings Lorecast, Pardon My Take, Revolutions, Heavyweight, Our Fake History, Fantasy Focus Football ESPN, bananas, Tides of History, Hidden Brain, Real Men Feel, Love Life with Matthew Hussey, Based on a True Story, American Scandal, Will be Wild, The Sick podcast with Adam Rank,The Leftover Pieces, Luvbites with Dr. Tara, The Trojan Horse Affair, Starve the Ego Feed the Soul, Queer As Fact, Warlords of History, Altered States of Context, ArtCurious, A Slight Change of Plans, Savage Lovecast, Where Should We Begin, The Happiness Lab, Stuff the British Stole, Unread, ADHD for Smart Ass Women, View from the Cheap Seats, Outside/In, This American Life, Notes from America, Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates, When Diplomacy Fails, Science Vs, Strict Scrutiny, The Last Archive, LIfe After Suicide, This Day in Esoteric Political HIstory, This is Love, Over the Road, Swindled, Ear Hustle, Sidedoor, Cautionary Tales with Tim Harford, 30 for 30 podcasts, The memory Palace, Shat at the Movies, Criminal, Inside Trader Joes, People Fixing the World, Every Little Thing, The Anthropocene Reviewed, Reveal, The Moth, Trump Inc, Revisionist History, Money Talks from the Ecconomist, The Koy Pond with Jo Koy, The Allusionist, How To Save a Planet, Without Fail, Planet Money, Up First, How I Built This with Guy Raz, Code Switch, Invsibilia, Throughline, Embedded, Rough Translation, The Indicator from Planet Money, Against the Rules with Michael Lewis, The History of Rome, Serial, S-Town, The Big Red Bus, First Draft, I Said no Gifts, Kick Back: The global anti corruption podcast, Unlocking Us: Brene Brown, Start Up Podcast, Reply All, If I were You, Nancy, Dare to Lead: Brene Brown --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daniel-j-maigler/message
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One of the AJ Roberts Show's favourite humans is joining us today LIVE from Australia - Former Lt. Col of Australian SAS and political leader Riccardo Bosi. Today we will show you how we've all been in the biggest military operation ever conducted and is about to show it's extent in countries all around the world. Turn off netflix, turn off the BBC, put your video game controller down - You won't want to miss this Make sure you subscribe to the AJ ROberts Show newsletter at www.mrajroberts.com
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Stephen, Jake and Ryan geek out over the horror of Rhulad Sengar and wonder of Tehol Beddict in the first half of Midnight Tides. Next Up: Cradle by Will Wight Books 3-4 Check us out on YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/FantologyPodcast Chat with us more and support in the links below https://www.fantologybooks.com https://discordapp.com/invite/k5efNbG https://www.patreon.com/fantology_books http://www.audibletrial.com/Fantology https://www.redbubble.com/people/fantology/shop Music Credit: Nathan Towns, see more at https://nathantownscomposer.com/
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Steven Pressfield is an author, Hollywood screenwriter, and Marine Corps veteran. He has penned several bestselling novels including The Legend of Bagger Vance, Gates of Fire, Tides of War, The Virtues of War, The Afghan Campaign, and A Man at Arms. Steven has also written numerous non-fiction books on creativity to include The War of Art, The Authentic Swing, The Artist's Journey, and Do the Work. His recent book, Put Your Ass Where Your Heart Wants to Be, serves as an antidote to being “defeated by a tendency to procrastination, self-doubt, fear, distraction, and perfectionism.” Steven's memoir, GOVT CHEESE, hits shelves on December 30th. You can learn more about his work at stevenpressfield.com. Follow him on Instagram at @steven_pressfield , on Twitter @SPressfield , and @StevePressfield on Facebook. You can subscribe to his YouTube Channel @StevePressfield FEATURED GEAR: IRONCLAD X Danger Close Apparel Protekt Dynamis Alliance Gear Gatorz Parker Mountain Machine Sponsors: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! SIG: This episode is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here.
Robin from AudioFile is back again to share some of the best audiobooks of the year! Visit AudioFile's website for the full list of best audiobooks of 2022. Books mentioned in this episode The Angel of Rome by Jess Walter The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O'Farrell Life Between the Tides by Adam Nicolson Inside Voice by Lake Bell Witches Abroad by Terry Pratchett The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake Eyes that Speak to the Stars by Joanna Ho How Do You Live? by Genzaburo Yoshino Finding Me by Viola Davis I Was Better Last Night by Harvey Fierstein The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman Birds of Prey, ed. by Harlan Coben The Match by Harlan Coben The Maid by Nita Prose His Name is George Floyd by Robert Samuels and Tolouse Olorunnipa The Revolutionary by Stacy Schiff You Don't Know Us Negroes by Zora Neale Hurston Thank You For Listening by Julia Whelan Delilah Green Doesn't Care by Ashley Herring Blake Ain't Burned That Bright by Jason Reynolds The Honeys by Ryan La Sala We hope you enjoy this episode of the Professional Book Nerds podcast. Be sure to rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen! You can follow the Professional Book Nerds on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok @ProBookNerds. Want to reach out? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We've got merch! Check out our two shirts in The OverDrive Shop (all profits are donated to the ALA Literacy Clearinghouse). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 2003, McSweeney's, the San Francisco-based literary quarterly, published the first issue of a new monthly magazine called “The Believer.” The graphic-rich journal focused on elevating new writers, publishing poetry, long-form journalism and quirky stories and was nominated for a raft of magazine awards. But hard times led to its sale, and through various twists and turns, the magazine's website was sold to a media company that tried to turn it into a less than literary clickbait factory. This story, however, has a happy ending that is a new beginning: After a successful Kickstarter campaign, McSweeney's has bought back “The Believer.” We'll talk to the editors about the first new issue, and what they hope for the magazine's resurrection. Guests: Vendela Vida, founding editor, The Believer; author of six books, including "We Run the Tides," "Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name" and "The Diver's Clothes Lie Empty;" founding board member, 826 Valencia. Heidi Julavits, founding editor, The Believer; author of "The Folded Clock: A Diary," as well as four critically acclaimed novels; co-editor, New York Times bestseller "Women in Clothes;" her memoir, "Directions to Myself," is forthcoming in 2023. Daniel Gumbiner, editor, The Believer; Gumbiner's first book, "The Boatbuilder," was nominated for the National Book Award and a finalist for the California Book Awards. Ed Park, founding editor, The Believer; author, "Personal Days" and forthcoming "Same Bed Different Dreams."
#167 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost – a shortened episode to help keep your Warrior Vibe high.This show is a Walking the Talk Vancast, a portable episode that's informal and casual, recorded on the go from wherever Kathy finds herself on the day of recording. Kathy's by the hearth again today, using her van recording set-up for a fireside chat. She's sharing some thoughts on the ebb and flow of natural life cycles, how to handle these patterns, and what to keep in mind when you're experiencing a life ebb tide. Kathy then invites you to create a strong foundation to work with your life ebbs and flows and then go deeper. She shares a series of questions for you to consider and hold. If you feel like your life flow has ebbed, this is the episode for you. Links:From Type A to Type Be Coaching: AthenaWellness.com/coachingEmail Kathy: email@example.com If you'd like to join our circle and never miss a weekly episode, please hit subscribe. While you're there, you can rate the podcast by highlighting the stars that match your experience. Much appreciated! For episode materials, show notes or to submit a question for a future episode, visit: https://athenawellness.com/podcast
Sometimes a beach can look full to the brim, other times the sand seems to go for miles. Is the water going somewhere else? Why does it change throughout the day? Let's find Associate Professor Ana Vila-Concejo to find the answers in some stellar places...
What is the value of one game? There are big shoes to fill and then there are comically huge shoes that can be made into houses for little old ladies. That was the job of Tides of Numenera, an excellent short story compilation that fails to capture the emotional resonance of it's predecessor. Here us talk about the generalities and Sagus Cliffs in this episode before hitting the end game next week! This episode is brought to you by Duckstream! duckfeed.tv/duckstream
The Moon is drifting away from us — at about an inch and a half per year. That's not much, but it adds up. Billions of years ago, the Moon was much closer than it is now. And because of that, Earth's days were much shorter. According to a recent study, for example, two and a half billion years ago the Moon was only about 200,000 miles away — roughly 40,000 miles closer than it is now. And Earth's day was only about 17 hours long. The numbers are changing thanks to the tides. As the tides slosh back and forth against the land, they function as a brake, slowing down Earth's rotation on its axis. Tides in the land contribute to the effect, as do tides in the lunar landscape. That makes the days longer. To keep the total motions of the Earth-Moon system in balance, the Moon has to move farther away. But it's not a smooth process — the rate of change varies. That's caused by changes in the shape of Earth's orbit, its tilt on its axis, and other factors. Right now, things are happening more quickly than they were a few billion years ago — causing the Moon to slide away faster than it did in the distant past. The fat crescent Moon is in the south and southwest this evening. And it has a prominent companion — the giant planet Saturn. Saturn stands above the Moon at nightfall, and looks like a bright star. They'll be a little farther apart tomorrow night, with Saturn to the right of the receding Moon. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory
Dance a dinosaur jig with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Raúl Sanz, The Bow Tides, The Haar, Anne Roos & David Blonski, Kinnfolk, Niamh Dunne, We Banjo 3, SeeD, The Fretless & Taylor Ashton, Billy Treacy & the Scope, The Grenaways, Drumspyder, Wakefire, Altan VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. You can vote for as many songs and tunes that inspire you in each episode. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2022 episode. Vote Now! GET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:02 - INTRO: Annie Lorkowski, Celtic Legend Patron of the Podcast 0:11 - Raúl Sanz "Jiga del dinosaurio / Olivia / Jorge" from La espiral del lobo 4:14 - WELCOME 5:52 - The Bow Tides "Trip to Gaelicia" from Sailing On 10:04 - The Haar "Willie Taylor" from The Haar 14:19 - Anne Roos & David Blonski "In Midnight's Silence" from A Winter's Dance 18:23 - Kinnfolk "The Barnyards of Delgaty" from The Knotted Circle 20:46 - FEEDBACK 22:23 - Niamh Dunne "Hallowed Ground" from Tides 27:25 - We Banjo 3 "Open The Road" from Open The Road 34:23 - SeeD "The Green Man" from FAE 38:49 - The Fretless & Taylor Ashton "Alaska" from Open House 42:30 - THANKS 43:40 - Billy Treacy & the Scope "The End" from Life 47:41 - The Grenaways "Old Mast" from Skath Vyghan 51:22 - Drumspyder "The Birds" from Sunne and Mona 55:33 - Wakefire "Smuggler's Song" from Meaning of Life 58:54 - CLOSING 1:00:13 - Altan "An Cailan Gaelach" from Island Angel The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. 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