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Rachel's Reviews
Once Upon a December... ANASTASIA Recap (Talking Animation)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 52:11


Today for Talking Animation we are celebrating Christmas with ANASTASIA Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies For my Family Movie Night review of Anastasia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYRViepQog8 Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dutrizac de 6 à 9
Agriculture : «On se sent dépossédés de nos terres», s'inquiète Martin Caron

Dutrizac de 6 à 9

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 11:02


Entrevue avec Martin Caron, président de l'Union des producteurs agricoles (UPA) du Québec : la moitié des terres agricoles mises en vente l'an dernier ont été achetées par des « non-agriculteurs », a déploré, le président de l'Union des producteurs agricoles (UPA) du Québec lors du 98e congrès général de son syndicat.Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Dutrizac de 6 à 9
L'intégrale du jeudi 1er décembre

Dutrizac de 6 à 9

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 128:27


Chronique de Joseph Facal, chroniqueur au Journal de Montréal & au Journal de Québec : les trois députés péquistes empêchés d'entrer au Salon bleu. Langue française. La rencontre Gibeault-Dutrizac avec Nicole Gibeault : cinq mois de prison pour une éducatrice dans un service de garde scolaire. Une victime d'agression sexuelle témoigne à visage découvert. Déclaré délinquant à contrôler, Éric Fortin remercie la cour. La rencontre Martineau-Dutrizac avec Richard Martineau :  les trois députés péquistes empêchés d'entrer au Salon bleu. Entrevue Dr Martin Drapeau, chercheur en psychologie : prônant la liberté académique, le psychologue et professeur en psychologie à l'Université McGill Martin Drapeau s'est dernièrement retrouvé au centre d'une tempête pour s'être publiquement opposé à la «discrimination positive» que son employeur tentait d'instaurer. Chronique faits divers de Maxime Deland, journaliste à l'Agence QMI : matinée difficile sur les routes du Grand Montréal. Mystérieuse opération policière de la GRC en Montérégie. Deux Ontariens arrêtés pour le meurtre de Bernard Cherfan dans un resto de Laval. Une fenêtre tombe du 34e étage en plein centre-ville.  Entrevue avec Martin Caron, président de l'Union des producteurs agricoles (UPA) du Québec : la moitié des terres agricoles mises en vente l'an dernier ont été achetées par des « non-agriculteurs », a déploré, le président de l'Union des producteurs agricoles (UPA) du Québec lors du 98e congrès général de son syndicat. La rencontre Foisy-Robitaille avec Antoine Robitaille et Philippe-Vincent Foisy, animateurs à QUB radio : le tour de l'actualité politique avec nos analystes favoris.  Chronique de Loïc Tassé, spécialiste en politique internationale : un sondage secret en Russie révèle que le soutien à la guerre serait tombé à 27% parmi les Russes. L'Espagne aux prises avec une vague de lettres piégées. Airbus travaille à de nouveaux avions qui utiliseront un carburant durable : ils pourraient voler dès 2035. La police de San Francisco se dote de robots tueurs qui seront utilisés en cas d'extrême nécessité : qu'est-ce qu'une extrême nécessité? La rencontre Durocher-Dutrizac avec Sophie Durocher : on parle du documentaire « Cocaïne, prison et like ».  Bulletin de nouvelles avec Alexandre Moranville-Ouellet : l'actualité présentée par Alexandre Moranville-Ouellet et commentée par Benoit Dutrizac. Entrevue avec Nancy Rocha, directrice du programme de Télé Counseling pour joueurs excessifs : le Télé Counseling pour joueurs excessifs est devenu un programme permanent en novembre 2012, après quelques années d'un projet pilote qui a su faire ses preuves. Alors que novembre 2022 marque les dix ans du programme, on assiste à un nombre record d'inscriptions, soit 277 au cours des 12 derniers mois. Une augmentation de 8% par rapport à l'année 2020-2021 et de 114% par rapport à l'année 2019-2020. La pandémie aura eu un rôle majeur sur l'évolution du service auprès des joueurs et joueuses de jeux de hasard et d'argent. Chronique sexologie avec Anaïs Guertin-Lacroix : sexualité et parentalité : 5 chiffres qui prouvent que l'arrivée d'un enfant peut peser lourd sur la vie érotique d'un couple.         Une production QUB Radio Novembre 2022Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Archiwum Pełne Pamięci - ...aby każdy okruch historii został uratowany!
Martyrologia Polaków na Wołyniu w czasie II wojny światowej w świetle listu brata Cypriana Lasonia

Archiwum Pełne Pamięci - ...aby każdy okruch historii został uratowany!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 22:06


Dramatyczna relacja brata Cypriana Lasonia ze zgromadzenia karmelitów bosych dotyczy rzezi dokonywanych przez UPA na Polakach z powiatu krzemienieckiego na Wołyniu. Zakonnik rysuje obraz tragicznej sytuacji, w której jemu i pozostałym ukrywającym się w klasztorze Polakom pozostaje jedynie czekanie na cud ocalenia.

Rachel's Reviews
An Unlikely Friendship... ERNEST & CELESTINE (Talking Animation)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 33:49


Today for Talking Animation we are getting very sweet with ERNEST & CELESTINE Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies For my Family Movie Night review of ERNEST & CELESTINE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PStKcI81eok For my video on 2013 Animated Oscars https://youtu.be/2eX4huJnGak Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Direction Emploi avec Claudine Lepage du FM103,3
Emplois chez UPA et dans le secteur agricole, Résilience Rive-Sud présente ses services et retour aux études après 40 ans.

Direction Emploi avec Claudine Lepage du FM103,3

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 52:10


Noémie Paul-Hus, conseillère en emploi et ressources humaines et Marie-Laure Breton, technicienne ressources humaines toutes deux du Centre d'emploi agricole de l'UPA nous parle des emplois à combler dans le secteur agricole et au sein des bureaux administratifs.    Marie-Ève Langlois, formatrice et responsable des ateliers résilience Rive-Sud nous parle de leurs servies pour les citoyens.  André Boudreau, chargé de projets et événements jeunesse chez ACT nous parle du retour aux études après 40 ans et d'un événement une carrière à la hauteur de tes ambitions présenter par ACT.  Liens et ressources de l'épisode : https://monteregie.upa.qc.ca/producteur/carrieres  https://www.upa.qc.ca/citoyen/travailler-a-la-ferme/trouver-un-emploi-agricole/offres-demploi https://resiliencerivesud.com/  https://alliancect.ca/evenements/  www.alliancect.ca  Claudine Lepage, Animatrice Direction Emploi : c.lepage@alliancect.caPodcast : https://www.fm1033.ca/podcast_fm1033/direction-emploi/ Alliance carrière travail ⋆ Passez à l'ACTion! (alliancect.ca) 

Radio BUAP
Ep. Universidad para Adultos. De eso se trata.

Radio BUAP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 15:15


Acompaña a Ricardo Cartas en una emisión más de la revista cultural De eso se trata, espacio de ciencia, de cultura, de gastronomía, de libros y más, de lunes a viernes de 08:30 a 10:00 horas. En Puebla: una historia para ser contada, el Dr. Miguel Ángel Cuenya, profesor e investigador en el Instituto de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, habla de la UPA, Universidad para Adultos, programa educativo que surgió en el año 2016 y está disponible para personas mayores de 25 años. Su oferta incluye actividades académicas, como cursos presenciales y virtuales, y licenciaturas cortas; así como actividades culturales: clubes, cine, baile y música.

5 Minute
शाम चार बजे का न्यूज़ पॉडकास्ट - 5 मिनट

5 Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 5:02


कांग्रेस ने गुजरात चुनाव के लिए स्टार प्रचारकों की सूची जारी कर दी है. इस सूची में पार्टी प्रमुख मल्लिकार्जुन खड़गे, UPA अध्यक्ष सोनिया गांधी, पार्टी सांसद राहुल गांधी, महासचिव प्रियंका गांधी वाड्रा, CM अशोक गहलोत-भूपेश बघेल,सचिन पायलट, जिग्नेश मेवाणी और कन्हैया कुमार का नाम शामिल है.दिल्ली पुलिस आज श्रद्धा मर्डर केस के आरोपी आफताब अमीन पूनावाला को लेकर महरौली के जंगल पहुंची. जहां से उसकी निशानदेही पर श्रद्धा के बॉडी पार्ट्स तलाश किये गए. 30 अक्टूबर को गुजरात के मोरबी ब्रिज हादसे में हुई 137 मौतों पर गुजरात हाईकोर्ट ने मोरबी नगर पालिका को आज जमकर फटकार लगाई है।बाली में जी 20 समिट का आज पहला दिन है. इस समिट के पहले सेशन में आज हेल्थ पर इंटरनेशनल कंसर्न्स पर चर्चा हुई है जिसमें सारे नेता मौजूद रहे. वेस्टइंडीज के बल्लेबाज कीरोन पोलार्ड ने आज आईपीएल से संन्यास की घोषणा की है और भारत के खिलाफ टी-20 और वनडे सीरीज के लिए न्यूजीलैंड टीम का ऐलान हो गया है. सुनिए शाम चार बजे तक की बड़ी खबरें 5 मिनट पॉडकास्ट में.

Podróż bez paszportu
Władze Ukrainy wydały zgodę na ekshumację polskich ofiar UPA

Podróż bez paszportu

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 7:31


Ukraińskie władze wydały w końcu zgodę na poszukiwanie przez Polaków mogił swoich rodaków pomordowanych na terenach obecnej Ukrainy przez UPA. Komentarz - dr Dariusz Materniak, portal polsko-ukraiński.

Rachel's Reviews
Talking ANIMATION IS FILM FESTIVAL 2022 Recap (WENDELL & WILD, TITINA, STRANGE WORLD)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 64:19


Today Stanford and Rachel are recapping the movies shown at this year's ANIMATION IS FILM FESTIVAL including WENDELL & WILD, TITINA, STRANGE WORLD and more! Check out all of our anime videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEs-X8uNZg8&list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Morning Devotion with Dr. Yong
Morning Devotion: Episode 733

Morning Devotion with Dr. Yong

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 44:51


Topics [True Mother's Anthology Book 1] - "God, Women, and World Peace" "The Divine Principle is not a doctrine" "Divine Principle never changes forever" [Living Divine Principle] - "The Identity of the Serpent" "The Satan starts where the center is being denied" "Who has a True Center" [Today's Youth Ministry] - "How to Truly Love Your Enemies" "Do Not Live a Life of Regret" "That Person's Past Life is Seen in Their Faces" "True Father Knows a Person Well By Reading Their Face" "If Your Relationship with God is Thorough You have a Foreboding" [Living Testimony] - Reika Watanabe on UPA

Morning Devotion with Dr. Yong
Morning Devotion: Episode 732

Morning Devotion with Dr. Yong

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 46:54


Topics [True Mother's Anthology Book 1] - "God, Women, and World Peace" [Living Divine Principle] - "The Identity of the Serpent" "The twist dancing is that of the Serpent(snake)" "Comparision between the love of God and that of the fallen people" [Today's Youth Ministry] - "Live a Life of Being Considered Right" "Cherish People Who Are Closest to You the Most" "When Does God See Me as Righteous?" "When Are Standards of Being Victorious in Indemnity Conditions Established?" [Living Testimony] - Megumi Kumagai on UPA

Rádio Najuá 92,5 e 106,9
Condutor fica preso nas ferragens após acidente na BR-277

Rádio Najuá 92,5 e 106,9

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 21:26


Secretarias de Saúde, Educação e Assistência Social convocam aprovados em PSS Campeonato de Futebol Society de Rio Azul Relator não vê 'indícios de autoria” e isenta Governo do Paraná em processo sobre mensagens com apoio a Bolsonaro Moraes nega pedido da campanha de Bolsonaro para investigar inserções em rádios Com salários atrasados, médicos reduzem atendimento em UPA de Ponta Grossa Proibição para instalação de transportadoras de valores na área urbana vira lei em Guarapuava Polícia investiga pichações feitas em cachorro em Ponta Grossa

Casting Views
...on unusual websites!

Casting Views

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 65:17


Join us this week as we delve into the world or weird and unusual websites. The kind of websites that either make you say "why on earth does that even exist?" - or in the case of one particular one - "How did I not know this exists!"Listen today to hear us discuss:PointerPointer.comeelslap.comA website where someone travelled to a dimension where the Beatles never broke upA dating site for Zombies and Zombie loversand much much moreNewslyNewsly is an all in one audio app for IOS and Android which picks up web articles and reads them out to you. Download and use Newsly for free from www.newsly.me or https://newsly.meUse promo code CASTV for a 1-month free premium subscription.Pod SpotlightDecayin With The BoysVoluntary inputMerchYes - we now have merch! If you'd like to support us and look wonderful at the same time take a look at our range of merchandise here:Shop now!ContactIf you like what you hear - please do like, subscribe and consider leaving a review where possible. If you'd like to be on the show, or would like to say hi or suggest a topic, you can find us at the following:castingviewspod@gmail.comTwitterInstagramPodpageLinktreeIntro - by Josh WilsonOutro - Sporks Ahead by Josh WilsonArtwork - Casting Views and Shamisai Katsukunya

TerraSpaces
UPA Celebrates Global Encryption Day with Manta Network

TerraSpaces

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 76:11


Today on the Ether we have the UPA celebration of Global Encryption Day hosted by Manta Network. You'll hear from Tor Bair, Josh Swihart, ahmed ghappour, Travis Cannell, Jess, and more! Recorded on October 21st 2022. If you enjoy the music at the end of the episodes, you can find the albums streaming on Spotify, and the rest of your favorite streaming platforms. Check out Project Survival, Virus Diaries, and Plan B wherever you get your music. Thank you to everyone in the community who supports TerraSpaces.

Rachel's Reviews
3 Shinkai Love Stories... Obscure Animation: 5 CENTIMETERS PER SECOND (2007)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 37:44


Today Stanford and Rachel are talking about Makoto Shinkai and his film 5 CENTIMETERS PER SECOND Check out all of our anime videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEs-X8uNZg8&list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Talking Your Name https://youtu.be/Q9JwjFrMbas What youtubers are saying about YOUR NAME https://youtu.be/r8xJ5pXt8jc Your Name for Family Movie Night https://youtu.be/aanuq4ySLE8 Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Tom Matt Show
Brock Fletcher - Reality of Real Estate

The Tom Matt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 1:01


For his 13th visit into the program, Brock and I have another lively discussion featuring the following talking points -Real Estate inventory is rising in Mid- Michigan and the state of MichiganInterest rate is rising and what is expected between now and the end of the yearWhat sellers should expect over the next 6 months?What Buyers should do over the next six months?How to stay calm in a changing market.Learn more about Brock Fletcher here: https://www.kw.com/agent/UPA-6587385147343917058-9Please remember to subscribe, comment, and share if you feel empowered to do so! More information can be found at http://www.tommattshow.com

The Marketing Careers Podcast
PHD Media's Sarah Clayton on Creating A Marketing Career In Commerce

The Marketing Careers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 64:25


Our episode guest Sarah Clayton - Head of Commerce at PHD Media  - shares her insights on how to prepare for a marketing career in commerce. Sarah shares her marketing career tips and advice on ..How to create an effective marketing career planThe pros and cons of working client side vs agency sideHow to effectively manage-upA fresh approach to your marketing interviewConnect with Sarah Clayton:via Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/sclayton22/-- (mention The Marketing Careers podcast!)Sarah (dot) Clayton (at) PHDMedia (dot) comCareers at PHD Media: phdmedia.com/careersResources mentioned during the episode:The Brave Commerce PodcastRishad TobaccowalaAdWeekAd Age Other Marketing Career Resources:Get the guided support you need in your marketing career with dedicated TMH+ mentorship ($1 trial for 1 month):- themarketinghelp.co/plus“I wanted to reach out to you personally because I used the same strategies we worked on through my last job search and it had proved successful once again! Thanks for equipping me with the right tools and skills that will forever help me in escalating my career.” - Rachele D. - Client Success ManagerAccess 200+ Marketing Career Resources - and more - as a Free TMH Member:- themarketinghelp.co/signup

Sammy
Episode 289: 001_002_Dj Sammy - Soft Rock v2

Sammy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 70:16


This is the 2nd episode of the soft rock series which features the biggest soft rock songs that were made famous in the 80s, 90s and the new millennium. Century - Lover whyBad Company - When we made loveAlphaville - Forever youngAnn Wilson & Robin Zander - Surrender to me 4 Non Blondes - What's upA-ha - Hunting high and lowBrian Adams - HeavenChicago - Hard to say I'm sorryCarly Simon - It should have been me Aerosmith - I don't wanna miss a thing (Armageddon)Aldo Nova - I can't stop loving youBonnie Tyler - Total eclipse of the heartAndre Donalds - Save me nowBad Company - Time stood stillChris Norman - The night has turned coldAtlantic Starr - I'll remember you Bart Herman - I would die for youDon't forget to like, subscribe and share with your friends :) Made with LoveDj SamD

Sutta Meditation Series
HOW DO WE BALANCE EAGERNESS WITH SPIRITUAL MATURITY? - Dhamma Q&A

Sutta Meditation Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 57:13


Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. In this Dhamma session, we look at a question that has been asked on the Meghiya Sutta (Ud 4.1): "The question I would like to ask is about Meghiya's eagerness. Meghiya sees that, unlike the Buddha, there is something further to do and there is something to add to what has been done, but his liberation of mind is not fully mature. May I know how we should check that our eagerness and maturity in mind is balanced?" We take the opportunity, while answering this question, to take an extended look at Venerable Meghiya, the challenges he faced and how he matured in his spiritual practice after following the Buddha's admonishment, advice and wise counsel. Following this teaching Venerable Meghiya attained the fruit of stream entry, proving he was obedient to the Buddha (or "suvaco", easy to instruct) and eventually he attained the fruit of arahantship. With the Buddha and the noble disciples as his good friends and companions, the whole of the spiritual life, it is understandable why he was able to realise nibbana. The key areas that we will focus on are: — understanding the challenges faced by Venerable Meghiya and how one determines spiritual immaturity — the five things recommended by the Buddha that leads to maturity in one who's liberation of mind is not fully mature — the Buddha's emphasis on good friendship — additional suttas references and examples to support this teaching — cross-references to other relevant Dhamma talks on the podcast (Virtue - https://bit.ly/3DVPwwp; Beneficial Talk - https://bit.ly/3LDQNKa; Energetic - https://bit.ly/3StqCbs; and The Story of Radha Thera - https://bit.ly/3StqJno) Other suttas that are mentioned directly or indirectly in this talk: — Mahāgopālaka Sutta (MN 33) — Samacittavagga (AN 2.38) — Dīghajāṇu Sutta (AN 8.54) — Mahāsuññata Sutta (MN 122) — Sekha-pāṭipada Sutta (MN 53) — Desanāhāravibhaṅga (Ne 4) — Dutiyasekha Sutta (Iti 17) — Sambodhi Sutta (AN 9.1) — Mitta Sutta (SN 56.26) — Upaḍḍha Sutta (SN 45.2) — Sambahulabhikkhu Vatthu (Dhp 328-330) — Mahākassapasaddhivihārika Vatthu (Dhp 61) — Meghiythera Vatthu (Dhp 33-34) — Rādhatthera Vatthu (Dhp 76) — Meghiyattheragāthā (Thag 1.66) Bohoma pin (much merit) to the person who requested this talk. The video of this Dhamma session has also been published to the Sutta Meditation YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpiytVy0ZOY Blessings of the Triple Gem. Theruwan saranai To find the YT Sutta Meditation Series playlists visit: https://www.youtube.com/c/SuttaMeditationSeries/playlists, or click on 'Playlists' in the top menu bar. Selected tables, slides and documents are shared via the Sutta Meditation Series Telegram channel - https://t.me/suttameditationseries For all enquiries - suttameditationseries@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/suttameditationseries/message

Rachel's Reviews
Laika's Fantasy Masterpiece... Talking Animation: KUBO AND THE 2 STRINGS (2016)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 48:50


Today Stanford and Rachel are going back to 2016 to look at the beautiful KUBO AND THE 2 STRINGS Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Castilla y León Informativos
Crónica de Castilla y León - 19/09/2022

Castilla y León Informativos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 20:31


Será el próximo lunes cuando Sanidad comience a administrar la cuarta dosis de la vacuna frente a la COVID. La campaña arrancará en las residencias de personas mayores y se hará coincidir con la vacuna antigripal y también con aquellas personas mayores de 80 años. Se estima que en Castilla y León hay unas 800.000 personas susceptibles de recibir la segunda dosis de refuerzo, y la Comunidad dispondrá de unas 765.500 vacunas antigripales tras una inversión de diez millones de euros. Los regantes de las comunidades del Páramo Bajo, margen izquierda del Porma y Payuelos, sehan manifestado esta mañana en León para mostrar su rechazo al desembalse de agua que se lleva a cabo desde los pantanos de Riaño y del Porma para producir electricidad en Portugal.No hay agua suficiente para atender sus necesidades y consideran que ahora la situación es muy distinta de la de 1998 cuando se firmó el acuerdo de Albufeira.  Asaja y la la Alianza por el Campo, formada por UPA y la COAG, saldrán a la calle este viernes en Valladolid para denunciar situación del sector sumido en la mayor incertidumbre sufrida en los últimos 40 años. Piden a las administraciones ayudas de 25.000 euros por explotación. El presidente de la Junta convocará en el mes de octubre la Mesa de la Automoción para abordar los retos del sector. Un sector, ha dicho, que convierte a Castilla y León en tierra de motor. Alfonso Fernández Mañueco ha asistido hoy a la presentación de la nueva marca del sector, ‘Polo de la automoción. Castilla y León moving ecosystem’ Mientras el consejero de Empleo, Comercio e Industria, Mariano Veganzones se ha reunido este lunes con representantes del sector comercio y de las cámaras oficiales de Comercio, Industria y Servicios. Hoy hemos conocido que 31.500 personas de Castilla y León se benefecian ya de los abonos de Renfe.  Escuchar audio

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Time To Shine Today
Exploring the Many Layers of Human Nature - TTST Interview with Best Selling Author of The Sound of Wings Suzanne Simonetti

Time To Shine Today

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 31:03


Show Notes  Suzanne Simonetti is an award-winning novelist who grew up in the New York suburbs just outside of the city. She has a BS in marketing and lives on Cape May Harbor with her husband. The Sound of Wings is her first book. Quote::  A life well lived is feeling successful within your own right - having harmony in your life - Susan SimonettiKnowledge Nuggets and Take-Aways:When writing your book and know when and how a scene is going to take place, just write it and go back later and clean it upA great writer really gets into the imagination and the thoughts of the characters heads In life, be good to yourself, look for greatness in yourself and others, make sure you are staying on course, trust your instincts and be honestIf you are a ‘daydreamer' channel those thoughts onto pageHere is a link to this episode on our website:  https://timetoshinetoday.com/podcast/suzannesimonetti/Recommended Resources: Visit Suzanne Simonetti SitePick Up Your Copy of The Sound of WingsSuzanne's Linked INSuzanne's YouTubeSuzanne's FacebookSuzanne's InstagramSuzanne's TwitterHost Your Podcast for Free with Buzz Sprout Our Show Sponsor Sutter and Nugent Real Estate - Real Estate Excellence Music Courtesy of: fight by urmymuse (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/urmymuse/58696 Ft: Stefan Kartenberg, Kara SquareArtwork courtesy of Dylan Allen

Rachel's Reviews
Trippy 70s Animation! Obscure Animation: WIZARDS (1977)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 41:25


Today for Obscure Animation Rachel and Stanford are talking about the cult classic animated film WIZARDS Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Times Of India Podcast
A 'G-23' leader on the changes he wants to see in Congress

The Times Of India Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 22:17


Former Maharashtra chief minister and minister of state in the UPA government Prithviraj Chavan talks about how he thinks the Congress can revive itself, the reforms it should undertake and more.

PGurus
Prof RV Warns Do Not Underestimate The Power of UPA to Destabalise NDA

PGurus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 18:33


In Politics and War, never underestimate the opponent, says Prof R Vaidyanathan. If the UPA under Nitish Kumar can wrest about 50 seats from the NDA, it is game over. UPA will die but not allow Modi to form the government. #NitishKumar #NarendraModi #BJP #NDA #UPA #Politics #Election2024 #LokSabhaElections2024

Anticipating The Unintended
#181 We Shall Overcome

Anticipating The Unintended

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 54:59


Happy Independence Day!- Pranay Kotasthane and RSJThis newsletter can often seem pessimistic about India. That isn’t true, though. Every year, on Independence Day, we remind ourselves and our readers why we write this newsletter. This is how we ended the Independence Day edition of 2020:“What we have achieved so far is precious. That’s worth reminding ourselves today. We will go back to writing future editions lamenting our state of affairs.We will do so because we know it’s worth it.”  This year we thought it would be fun (?) to run through every year since 1947 and ask ourselves what happened in the year that had long-term repercussions for our nation. This kind of thing runs a serious risk. It can get tedious and all too familiar. Most of us know the landmark events of recent history and what they meant for the nation. Maybe. Maybe not. We’ve given an honest try (of over 8000 words) to see if there’s a different way of looking at these familiar events and their impact on us. Here we go.1947 - 1960: Sense Of A Beginning 1947Perhaps the most significant “What, if?” question for independent India surfaced on 17th August 1947 when the Radcliffe Line was announced. The partition of the Indian subcontinent has cast a long shadow. What if it had never happened? What if Nehru-Jinnah-Gandhi were able to strike a modus vivendi within a one-federation framework? These questions surface every year around independence.The indelible human tragedy of the partition aside, would an Akhand Bharat have served its citizens better? We don’t think so. We agree with Ambedkar’s assessment of this question. In Pakistan or the Partition of India, he approaches the question with detachment and realism, concluding that the forces of “communal malaise” had progressed to such an extent that resisting a political division would have led to a civil war, making everyone worse off. The partition must have been handled better without the accompanying humanitarian disaster. But on the whole, the partition was inevitable by 1947.“That the Muslim case for Pakistan is founded on sentiment is far from being a matter of weakness; it is really its strong point. It does not need deep understanding of politics to know that the workability of a constitution is not a matter of theory. It is a matter of sentiment. A constitution, like clothes, must suit as well as please. If a constitution does not please, then however perfect it may be, it will not work. To have a constitution which runs counter to the strong sentiments of a determined section is to court disaster if not to invite rebellion.” [Read the entire book here]1948What if Mahatma Gandhi wasn’t killed that year? How would the course of our history change? Gandhi spoke like an idealist and worked like a realist. He was possibly the most aware of the gap between the lofty ideals of our constitution and the reality of the Indian minds then. He knew the adoption of the constitution was only half the work done. He’d likely have devoted the rest of his life to building a liberal India at the grassroots level. His death pushed a particular stream of right-wing Hindu consciousness underground. We still carry the burden of that unfinished work.1949The Constituent Assembly met for the first time in December 1946. By November 26th 1949, this assembly adopted a constitution for India. Even a half-constructed flyover in Koramangala has taken us five years. For more context, Pakistan’s Constituent Assembly began work on 10th August 1947, and their first constitution came into force in March 1956, only to be abrogated two years later. India’s founding fathers and mothers were acutely aware that they were elite, unelected, and unrepresentative of the median Indian. They dared to imagine a new nation-state while grappling with that period's harsh economic, social, and political realities. Their work should inspire us to strengthen, improve, and rebuild—but never to give up on—the Republic of India.For more, check out the miracle that is India’s Constitution in our Republic Day 2021 special edition.1950We have written about our Constitution a number of times. It is an inspiring and audacious document in its ambition to shape a modern nation. It has its flaws. Some consider it too liberal; others think it makes the State overbearing. Some find it too long; others feel it comes up short. This may all be true. However, there is no doubt our constitution has strengthened our democracy, protected the weak and continues to act as a tool for social change. It is our North Star. And a damn good one at that. 1951Few post-independence institutions have stood the test of time as the Finance Commission (FC), first established in 1951. In federal systems, horizontal and vertical imbalances in revenue generation and expenditure functions are commonplace. Closing the gap requires an impartial institution that is well-regarded by various levels of government and the people. The Finance Commission is that institution.It’s not as if it didn’t face any challenges. As a constitutional body established under article 280 of the Constitution, it was sidelined by an extra-constitutional and powerful Planning Commission until 2014. But we have had 15 FCs in total, and each key tax revenue-sharing recommendation has become government policy.1952Our Constitution adopted a universal adult franchise as the basis for elections. Every citizen was to be part of the democratic project. There was to be no bar on age, sex, caste or education. And this was to be done in one of the most unequal societies in the world. The ambition was breathtaking. To put this in context, women were allowed to vote in Switzerland only in 1971. Not only did we aim for this, but we also moved heaven and earth to achieve it in 1952. In his book India After Gandhi, Ram Guha describes the efforts of the government officials led by the first Election Commissioner, Sukumar Sen, to reach the last man or woman for their ballot. The elites may lament vote bank politics or cash for votes scams and question the wisdom of universal franchise. But we shouldn’t have had it any other way. And, for the record, our people have voted with remarkable sophistication in our short independent history. 1953 For a new nation-state, the Republic of India punched above its weight in bringing hostilities on the Korean peninsula to an end. Not only did the Indian government’s work shape the Armistice Agreement, but it also chaired a Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission (NNRC) that was set up to decide the future of nearly 20,000 prisoners of war from both sides. This experience during the Cold War strengthened India’s advocacy of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).  1954Article 25 guaranteed the freedom of conscience and the freedom to profess, practice, and propagate religion to all citizens. But how does one define a religious practice? And can a practice under the garb of religion breach the boundary of individual rights or public morality? This is a familiar conflict zone in secular States and would inevitably show up in India because everything in India can be construed as a religious practice. Like Ambedkar said during the constituent assembly debates:“The religious conceptions in this country are so vast that they cover every aspect of life from birth to death…there is nothing extraordinary in saying that we ought to strive hereafter to limit the definition of religion in such a manner that we shall not extend it beyond beliefs and such rituals as may be connected with ceremonials which are essentially religious..."In 1954, the Supreme Court gave a landmark judgment on what constitutes a religious practice in what’s known as the Shirur Math case. It held that the term religion would cover all practices integral to that religion. Further, the Court will determine what practice will be deemed essential with reference to doctrines within that religion itself.This test of ‘essentiality’ in religion has kept the public, the legislature and the courts busy since (entry of women in Sabarimala, headscarf in Islam, to name two). The outcome has bent towards individual liberty in most contexts, but the ambiguity in the definition of essential means it could go the other way too.1955Another wild "What, if” moment that we like to recall relates to Milton Friedman’s visit to the Indian finance ministry in 1955. What shape would India’s economy have taken had his seminal document “A Memorandum to the Government of India 1955” been heeded?In this note, Friedman gets to the root of India’s macroeconomic problems—an overburdened investment policy, restrictive policies towards the private sector, erratic monetary policy, and a counterproductive exchange control regime. Being bullish about India’s prospects was courageous when most observers wrote epitaphs about the grand Indian experiment. But Friedman was hopeful and critical both.The Indian government, for its part, was humble enough to seek the advice of foreigners from opposing schools of thought. At the same time, it was too enamoured by the Soviet command and control model. In fact, many items from Friedman’s note can be repurposed as economic reforms even today.Here’re our points from Friedman’s note.1956The idea of One Nation, One ‘X’ (language, election, song, tax, choose any other) is both powerful and seductive. It is not new, however. Back in the 50s, there was a view that we must not strengthen any identity that divides us. So when the question of reorganisation of the colonial provinces into new states came up, an argument was made that it must be done on factors other than language. Nehru, ever the modernist, thought the creation of language-based states would lead us down the path of ethnic strife. The example of nation-states in Europe built on language in the 19th century and the two devastating world wars thereafter were too recent then. So, he demurred.Agitation, hunger strikes and deaths followed before we chose language as the primary basis for reorganising the states. It was perhaps the best decision taken by us in the 50s. As the years since have shown, only a polity assured of its heritage and identity will voluntarily accept diversity. The melding of our diversity into a single identity cannot be a top-down imposition. We should never forget this.1957India’s economic strategy of state-led industrialisation through deficit financing in pursuit of import substitution took off with the Second Five-Year Plan. Heavy industries needed imported machinery, inflating India’s import bill. Since the exchange rate was pegged to the British pound, it meant that Indian exports became pricier. This imbalance between rising imports and flagging exports was financed by running down the foreign exchange reserves. By 1957, India witnessed its first foreign exchange crisis. This event had a significant effect on India’s economy. Instead of devaluing the rupee, the government opted for foreign exchange budgeting - every investment in a project needed government approval for the foreign exchange required to buy foreign inputs. The immediate crisis in 1957 led to controls that worsened India’s economic prospects over the next 35 years.1958The government nationalised all insurance companies a couple of years earlier. India hadn’t gotten into a socialist hell yet, so this was a bit of a surprise. The proximate cause was a fraud that few private life insurers had committed by misusing the policyholders’ funds to help their industrialist friends. A run-of-the-mill white-collar crime that should have been dealt with by the criminal justice system. But the government viewed it as a market failure and moved to nationalise the entire industry. It would take another 45 years for private players to come back to insurance. Insurance penetration in India meanwhile remained among the lowest in the world.  Also, in 1958, Feroze Gandhi took to the floor of Lok Sabha to expose how LIC, the state insurer, had diverted its funds to help Haridas Mundhra, a Calcutta-based businessman. The same crime that private insurers had done.The government would repeat this pattern of getting involved where there was no market failure. The outcomes would inevitably turn out to be worse. Seven decades later, we remain instinctively socialist and wary of capital. Our first reaction to something as trifling as a surge price by Ola or a service charge levied by restaurants is to ask the State to interfere.1959“The longest guest of the Indian government”, the 14th Dalai Lama pre-empted the Chinese government’s plans for his arrest and escaped to India. Not only did India provide asylum, but it also became home to more than a hundred thousand Tibetans. Because of the bold move by the Indian government in 1959, the Central Tibetan Administration continues its struggle as a Nation and a State in search of regaining control over their Country to this day. This event also changed India-China relations for the decades to come.1960Search as hard as we might; we hardly got anything worth discussing for this year. Maybe we were all sitting smugly waiting for an avalanche of crisis to come our way. Steel plants, dams and other heavy industries were being opened. The budget outlay for agriculture was reduced. We were talking big on the international stage about peace and non-alignment. But if you had looked closer, things were turning pear-shaped. The many dreams of our independence were turning sour.The 60s: Souring Of The Dream1961The Indian Army marched into Goa in December 1961. The 450-year Portuguese colonial rule ended, and the last colonial vestige in India was eliminated. It took this long because Portugal’s dictator Antonio Salazar stuck to his guns on controlling Portuguese colonies in the subcontinent, unlike the British and the French. Portugal’s membership in NATO further made it difficult for the Indian government to repeat the operations in Hyderabad and Junagadh. Nevertheless, that moment eventually arrived in 1961. This was also the year when India’s first indigenous aircraft, the HAL HF-24 Marut, took its first flight. Made in Bengaluru by German designer Kurt Tank, the aircraft was one of the first fighter jets made outside the developed world. The aircraft served well in the war that came a decade later. It never lived up to its promises, but it became a matter of immense pride and confidence for a young nation-state.1962Among the lowest points in the history of independent India. We’ve written about our relationship with China many times in the past editions. The 1962 war left a deep impact on our psyche. We didn’t recover for the rest of the decade. The only good thing out of it was the tempering of idealism in our approach to international relations. That we take a more realist stance these days owes its origins to the ‘betrayal’ of 1962.1963ISRO launched the first sounding rocket in November 1963. Over the years, this modest beginning blossomed into a programme with multiple launch vehicles. The satellite programmes also took off a few years later, making India a mighty player in the space sector. 1964If you told anyone alive in 1964 that less than 60 years later, Nehru would be blamed for all that was wrong with India by a substantial segment of its population, they would have laughed you out of the room. But here we are in 2022, and there’s never a day that passes without a WhatsApp forward that talks about Nehru’s faults. It seems inevitable that by the time we celebrate the centenary of our independence, he would be a borderline reviled figure in our history. But that would be an aberration. In the long arc of history, he will find his due as a flawed idealist who laid the foundation of modern India. 1964 was the end of an era.1965As the day when Hindi would become the sole official language of the Indian Union approached, the anti-Hindi agitation in the Madras presidency morphed into riots. Many people died in the protests, and it led to the current equilibrium on language policy. The “one State, one language” project moved to the back burner, even as Hindi became an important link language across the country. The lesson was the same as in the case of the 1956 states reorganisation: melding our diversity into a single identity cannot be a top-down imposition.1966The two wars in the decade's first half, the inefficient allocation of capital driven by the second and third five-year plans, and the consecutive monsoon failure meant India was on the brink in 1966. The overnight devaluation of the Rupee by over 50 per cent, the timely help with food grains from the US and some providence pulled us back from it. The green revolution followed, and we have remained self-sufficient in food since.The experience of being on the brink taught us nothing. We still believe in the Pigouvian theory of market failure, where government policies are expected to deliver optimality.  Strangely, the idea that we reform only in crisis has only strengthened. There cannot be worse ways to change oneself than under the shadow of a crisis. But we have made a virtue out of it.1967This was the year when the Green Revolution took baby steps, and the Ehlrichian prediction about India’s impending doom was put to rest. But it was also the year when the Indian government made a self-goal by adopting a policy called items reserved for manufacture exclusively by the small-scale sector. By reserving whole product lines for manufacturing by small industries, this policy kept Indian firms small and uncompetitive. And like all bad ideas, it had a long life. The last 20 items on this list were removed only in April 2015. We wrote about this policy here. 1968In the past 75 years, we have reserved some of our worst public policies for the education sector. We have an inverted pyramid. A handful of tertiary educational institutions produce world-class graduates at the top. On the other end, we have a total failure to provide quality primary education to the masses. It is not because of a lack of intent. The National Education Policy (NEP) that first came up in 1968 is full of ideas, philosophy and a desire to take a long-term view about education in India. But it was unmoored from the economic or social reality of the nation. We often say here that we shouldn’t judge a policy based on its intentions. That there’s no such thing as a good policy but bad implementation because thinking about what can work is part of policy itself. NEP is Exhibit A in favour of this argument.1969 The nationalisation of 14 private-sector banks was a terrible assault on economic freedom under the garb of serving the public interest. The sudden announcement of a change in ownership of these banks was challenged in the courts, but the government managed to thwart it with an ordinance. Fifty years later, we still have low credit uptake even as governments continue to recapitalise loss-making banks with taxpayer money.1970The dominant economic thinking at the beginning of the 70s in India placed the State at the centre of everything. But that wasn’t how the world was moving. There was a serious re-examination of the relationship between the State and the market happening elsewhere. The eventual shift to a deregulated, small government economic model would happen by the decade's end. This shift mostly passed India by. But there were a few voices who questioned the state orthodoxy and, in some ways, sowed the intellectual seeds for liberalisation in future. In 1970, Jagdish Bhagwati and Padma Desai published their monograph, India: Planning for Industrialisation, which argued that our economic policies since independence had crippled us. It showed with data how central planning, import substitution, public sector-led industrial policy and license raj have failed. But it found no takers. In fact, we doubled down on these failed policies for the rest of the decade. It was a tragedy foretold. What if someone had gone against the consensus and paid attention to that paper? That dissent could perhaps have been the greatest service to the nation. It is useful to remember this today when any scepticism about government policies is met with scorn. Dissent is good. The feeblest of the voice might just be right.The 70s: Losing The Plot1971Kissinger visited China in July 1971 via Pakistan. Responding to the changing world order, India and the USSR signed an Indo–Soviet Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Cooperation in August of that year. India had become an ally of the USSR. Four months later, the India-Pakistan war pitted India and the USSR against Pakistan, China, and the US. The Indian strategic community came to internalise USSR as a super-reliable partner and the West as a supporter of India’s foes. It took another three decades, and the collapse of the USSR, for a change in this thinking. Even today, Russia finds massive support in the Indian strategic establishment. We had problematised this love for Russia here. 1972India won the 1972 war with Pakistan and liberated Bangladesh. India’s unilateral action stopped a humanitarian disaster. The victory was decisive, and the two parties met in Simla to agree on the way forward. This should have been a slam dunk for India in resolving festering issues on the international boundary, Kashmir and the role of the third parties. But international diplomacy is a two-level game, and Bhutto played that to his advantage. We explained this in edition 30. We paid a high price for giving away that win to Bhutto.1973The Kesavananda Bharti verdict of the Supreme Court rescued the Republic of India from a rampaging authoritarian. The basic structure doctrine found a nice balance to resolve the tension between constitutional immutability and legislative authority to amend the constitution. Bibhu Pani discussed this case in more detail here. 1974You are the State. Here are your crimes. You force import substitution, you regulate the currency, you misallocate capital, you let the public sector and a handful of licensed private players produce inferior quality products at a high cost, you raise the marginal tax rate at the highest level to 97 per cent, you run a large current account deficit, and you cannot control Rupee depreciation.Result?People find illegal ways to bring in foreign goods, currency and gold. And so was born the villain of every urban Bollywood film of the 70s. And a career option for a capitalist-minded kid like me. The Smuggler.But the State isn’t the criminal here. The smuggler is. And the State responded with a draconian law to beat all others. An act the knowledge of whose expanded form would serve kids well in those school quizzes of the 80s. COFEPOSA — The Conservation of Foreign Exchange and Prevention of Smuggling Act. A predatory state's defining feature is how it forces ordinary citizens to do unlawful activities. COFEPOSA was the mother of such laws. It has spawned many children. 1975This blank editorial by the Indian Express says it all. 1976We view our population as a core problem. The politicians, the public servants and the ordinary citizens share this view. We don’t want to acknowledge our governance deficit. Calling population a problem allows us to shirk the responsibility of running a functioning State. We have written about the flaw in thinking about the population as a problem on many occasions.How far could we go to control the population? Well, in 1976, during the peak of the Emergency, the State decided to sterilise male citizens against their wishes. This madness ended when the Emergency was lifted. But even today calls for population control keep coming back. 1977The first non-Congress union government was an important milestone for the Indian Republic. While Morarji Desai’s government did reverse the worst excesses of the Emergency rule, its economic policies were less successful. This period went on to witness a demonetisation in search of black money (2016 from the future says Hi!), and the same old counter-productive policies in search of self-reliance.1978Despite all available evidence that statist socialism was an abject failure, the Janata government that came to power decided to double down on it. One of the great ideas of the time was to force MNCs to reduce their stake in their Indian subsidiaries to below 40 per cent. A handful agreed, but the large corporations quit India. One of those who left was IBM in 1978. The many existing installations of IBM computers needed services and maintenance. In a delightful case of unintended consequences, this led to the nationalisation of IBM’s services division (later called CMC). Domestic companies started to serve this niche. Soon there were the likes of Infosys, Wipro and HCL building a business on this. CMC provided a good training ground for young engineers. And so, the Indian IT services industry got underway. It would change the lives of educated Indians forever.1979In a classic case of violating the Tinbergen rule, the Mandal Commission recommended that the reservation policy should be used to address relative deprivation. While the earlier reservations for oppressed castes stood on firm ground as a means for addressing unconscionable historical wrongs, the Mandal Commission stretched the logic too far. Its recommendation would eventually make reservation policy the go-to solution for any group that could flex its political muscles. We wrote about it here. 1980After ditching the Janata experiment and running out of ideas to keep Jan Sangh going, the BJP was formed. It wasn’t a momentous political occasion of any sort then. A party constitution that aimed for Gandhian socialism and offered vague promises of a uniform civil code and nationalism didn’t excite many. Everything else that would propel the party in later years was to be opportunistic add-ons to the ideology. The founding leaders, Advani and Vajpayee, would have been shocked if you told them what the party would be like, four decades later.The 80s: A Million Mutinies Now1981This year witnessed a gradual shift away from doctrinaire socialism in economic policymaking. “The Indira Gandhi government lifted restrictions on the expansion of production, permitted new private borrowing abroad, and continued the liberalisation of import controls,” wrote Walter Anderson. The government also “allowed” some price rises, leading to increased production of key input materials. The government also permitted foreign companies to compete in drilling rights in India. All in all, a year that witnessed changes for the better. 1982The great textile strike of Bombay in 1982 was inevitable. The trade unions had gotten so powerful that there was a competitive race to the bottom on who could be more militant. Datta Samant emerged intent on breaking the monopoly of RMMS on the city's workers. And he did this with ever spiralling demands from mill owners in a sector that was already bloated with overheads and facing competition from far eastern economies. There was no way to meet these demands. The owners locked the mills and left. Never to come back. The old, abandoned mills remained. The workers remained. Without jobs, without prospects and with kids who grew up angry and unemployed. The rise of Shiv Sena, political goondaism and a malevolent form of underworld followed. Bombay changed forever. It was all inevitable.1983The Nellie massacre in Assam and the Dhilwan bus massacre in Punjab represent the year 1983. Things seemed really dark back then. It seemed that the doomsayers would be proved right about India. Eventually, though, the Indian Republic prevailed. 1984Her Sikh bodyguards assassinated India Gandhi. The botched Punjab policy of the previous five years came a full circle with it. An unforgivable backlash against innocent Sikhs followed. A month later, deadly gas leaked out of a Union Carbide factory in Bhopal, killing and paralysing thousands. 1984 will rank among the worst years of our republic. There were two silver linings in retrospect. One, we would learn to manage secessionist movements better from the harrowing Punjab experience. Two, had Indira continued, would we have had 1991? Our guess is no.1985This was an eventful year in retrospect. Texas Instruments set up shop in Bangalore. It was to begin one of modern India’s true success stories on the world stage. This was also the year when the Anti-defection law transformed the relationship between the voter and her representative. Political parties became all-powerful, and people’s representatives were reduced to political party agents. We have written about this changing dynamic here. This was also the year when the then commerce minister, VP Singh, visited Malaysia. The visit was significant for India because it served as a reference point for Singh when he visited that country again in 1990, now as the Prime minister. Surprised by Malaysia’s transformation in five years, he asked his team to prepare a strategy paper for economic reforms. This culminated in the “M” document, which became a blueprint for reforms when the time for the idea eventually came in 1991.1986Who is a citizen of India?  This vexing question roiled Assam in the early 80s. The student union protests against the widespread immigration of Bangladeshis turned violent, and things had turned ugly by 1985. The Assam accord of 1985 sought to settle the state's outstanding issues,, including deporting those who arrived after 1971 and a promise to amend the Citizenship Act. The amended Citizenship Act of 1986 restricted the citizenship of India to those born before 1987 only if either of their parents were born in India. That meant children of couples who were illegal immigrants couldn’t be citizens of India simply by virtue of their birth in India. That was that, or so we thought.But once you’ve amended the definition of who can be a citizen of India, you have let the genie out. The events of 2019 will attest to that.1987Rajiv Gandhi’s ill-fated attempt to replicate Indira Gandhi’s success through military intervention in another country began in 1987. In contrast to the 1971 involvement, where Indian forces had the mass support of the local populace, the Indian Peacekeeping Force (IPKF) got itself embroiled in a bitter Sri Lankan civil war. Not only did this involvement end in a failure, it eventually led to Rajiv Gandhi’s brutal murder in a terrorist attack. The policy lesson internalised by the strategic community was that India must stay far away from developing and deploying forces overseas.1988Most government communication is propaganda in disguise. However, there are those rare occasions when government messaging transcends the ordinary. In 1988, we saw that rare bird during the peak era of a single government channel running on millions of black and white TV sets across India. A government ad that meant something to all of us and that would remain with us forever. Mile Sur Mera Tumhara got everything right - the song, the singers, the storyline and that ineffable thing called the idea of India. No jingoism, no chest beating about being the best country in the world and no soppy sentimentalism. Just a simple message - we might all sing our own tunes, but we are better together. This is a timeless truth. No nation in history has become better by muting the voice of a section of their own people. Mile Sur Mera Tumhara, Toh Sur Bane Hamara, indeed.  19891989 will be remembered as the year when the Indian government capitulated to the demands of Kashmiri terrorists in the Rubaiya Sayeed abduction case. It would spark off a series of kidnappings and act as a shot in the arm of radicals. 1990VP Singh dusted off the decade-long copy of the Mandal Commission report and decided to implement it. This wasn’t an ideological revolution. It was naked political opportunism. However, three decades later, the dual impact of economic reforms and social engineering has increased social mobility than ever before. Merit is still a matter of debate in India. But two generations of affirmative action in many of the progressive states have shown the fears of merit being compromised were overblown. The task is far from finished, but Mandal showed that sometimes you need a big bang to get things going, even if your intentions were flawed.1990 also saw the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits (KPs) from the valley. A tragedy that would bookend a decade of strife and violence in India. The only lesson one should draw from the sad plight of KPs is that the State and the people must protect minority rights. We’re not sure that’s what we have taken away from it. And that’s sad.The 90s: Correcting The Course1991With the benefit of hindsight, the 1991 economic reforms seem inevitable. But things could well have been different. In the minority government, powerful voices advocated in favour of debt restructuring instead of wholesale reforms. In the end, the narrative that these changes were merely a continuation—and not abandonment—of Nehru and Indira Gandhi’s vision for India carried the day. This political chicanery deserves some credit for transforming the life of a billion Indians. 1992Harshad Mehta scammed the stock markets. It wasn’t a huge scam. Nor did it hurt the ordinary Indians. Fewer than 1% invested in markets back then. Yet, the scam did something important. It set in motion a series of reforms that made our capital markets stronger and safer for ordinary investors. Notably, over the years, Mehta came to be seen as some kind of robber baron figure. Capitalism needed an anti-hero to catch the imagination of people. Someone who could reprise in the 90s the Bachchan-esque angry young man roles of the 70s. Mehta might not have been that figure exactly, but he helped a generation transition to the idea that greed could indeed be good.Also, Babri Masjid was brought down by a mob of kar sevaks in 1992. It will remain a watershed moment in our history. The Supreme Court judgement of 2019 might be the final judicial word on it. But we will carry the scars for a long time.1993The tremors of the demolition of the Babri Masjid were felt in 1993. Twelve bombs went off in Bombay on one fateful day. The involvement of the city’s mafia groups was established. The tragic event finally led to the government rescuing the city from the underworld. Not to forget, the Bombay underworld directly resulted from government policies such as prohibition and gold controls. 1994One of the great acts of perversion in our democracy was the blatant abuse of Section 356 of the constitution that allowed the union to dismiss a state government at the slightest pretext. Indira Gandhi turned this into an art form. S. R. Bommai, whose government in Karnataka was dismissed in this manner in 1988, took his case up to the Supreme Court. In 1994, the court delivered a verdict that laid out the guidelines to prevent the abuse of Section 356. It is one of the landmark judgments of the court and restored some parity in Union and state relationship.Article 356 has been used sparingly since. We are a better democracy because of it.1995India joined the WTO, and the first-ever mobile phone call was made this year. But 1995 will forever be remembered as the year when Ganesha idols started drinking milk. This event was a precursor to the many memes, information cascades, and social proofs that have become routine in the information age. 1996Union budgets in India are occasions for dramatic policy announcements. It is a mystery why a regular exercise of presenting the government's accounts should become a policy event. But that’s the way we roll. In 1996 and 1997, P. Chidambaram presented them as the FM of a weak ragtag coalition called the United Front. But he presented two budgets for the ages. The rationalisation of income tax slabs and the deregulation of interest rates created a credit culture that led to the eventual consumption boom in the next decade. We still carry that consumption momentum.1997The creation of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is an important public policy milestone for India. By no means perfect, the setting up of TRAI helped overturn a norm where government departments were both players and umpires. TRAI made the separation of “steering” and “rowing” functions a new normal. That template has been copied in several sectors thereafter, most recently in the liberalisation of the space sector. 1998India did Pokhran 2, which gave it the capability to build thermonuclear weapons. We faced sanctions and global condemnation. But the growing economy and a sizeable middle class meant those were soon forgotten. Economic might can let you get away with a lot. We have seen it happen to us, but it is a lesson we don’t understand fully.Also, in 1998, Sonia Gandhi jumped into active politics. The Congress that was ambling towards some sort of internal democracy decided to jettison it all and threw its weight behind the dynasty. It worked out for them for a decade or so. But where are they now? Here’s a question. What if Sonia didn’t join politics then? Congress might have split. But who knows, maybe those splinters might have coalesced in the future with a leader chosen by the workers. And we would have had a proper opposition today with a credible leader.1999This was a landmark year for public policy. For the first time, a union government-run company was privatised wholly. We wrote about the three narratives of disinvestment here. 2000We have a weak, extended and over-centralised state. And to go with it, we have large, unwieldy states and districts that make the devolution of power difficult. In 2000, we created three new states to facilitate administrative convenience. On balance, it has worked well. Despite the evidence, we have managed to create only one more state since. The formation of Telangana was such a political disaster that it will take a long time before we make the right policy move of having smaller states. It is a pity.The 2000s: The Best Of Times2001Not only was the Agra Summit between Musharraf and Vajpayee a dud, but it was followed by a terrorist attack on the Indian parliament. It confirmed a pattern: PM-level bilateral meetings made the Pakistani military-jihadi complex jittery, and it invariably managed to spike such moves with terrorist attacks. 2002There was Godhra and the riots that followed. What else is there to say?2003The Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) Act and the Civil Services Pension Reform are two policy successes with many lessons for future policymakers. We have discussed these on many occasions. 2004The NDA government called for an early election, confident about its prospects. India Shining, its campaign about how good things were, wasn’t too far from the truth. It is how many of us felt during that time. The NDA government had sustained the reform momentum of the 90s with some of the best minds running the key departments. Its loss was unexpected. Chandrababu Naidu, a politician who fashioned himself like a CEO, was taken to the cleaners in Andhra Pradesh. Apparently, economic reforms didn’t get you votes. The real India living in villages was angry at being left out. That was the lesson for politicians from 2004. Or, so we were told.Such broad narratives with minimal factual analysis backing them have flourished in the public policy space. There is no basis for them. The loss of NDA in 2004 came down to two states. Anti-incumbency in Andhra Pradesh where a resurgent Congress under YS Reddy beat TDP, a constituent of NDA. TDP lost by similar margins (in vote share %) across the state in all demographics in both rural and urban areas. There was no rural uprising against Naidu because of his tech-savvy, urban reformist image. Naidu lost because the other party ran a better campaign. Nothing else. The other mistake of the NDA was in choosing to partner with the ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu (TN) over DMK. TN was famous for not giving split verdicts. It swung to extremes between these two parties in every election. And that’s what happened as AIADMK drew a blank.Yet, the false lesson of 2004 has played on the minds of politicians since. We haven’t gotten back on track on reforms in the true sense. 2005The Right to Information Act and the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act came into force in 2005. The “right to X” model of governance took root.2006In March 2006, George W Bush visited India and signed the Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement with Manmohan Singh. From facing sanctions in 1998 for Pokhran 2 to the 123 Agreement, this was a victory for Indian diplomacy and its rising status in the world. You would think this would have had bipartisan support among the political class in India. Well, the Left that was part of UPA and the BJP that worked on the deal when it was in power, opposed it. Many shenanigans later, the deal was passed in the parliament in 2008. It is often said there’s no real ideological divide among parties in India. This view can be contested on various grounds. But events like the opposition to the nuclear deal make you wonder if there are genuine ideological positions on key policy issues in India. Many sound policy decisions are opposed merely for the sake of it. Ideology doesn’t figure anywhere. 2007It was the year when the Left parties were out-lefted. In Singur and Nandigram, protests erupted over land acquisition for industrial projects. The crucible of the resulting violence created a new political force. As for the investment, the capital took a flight to other places. The tax on capital ended up being a tax on labour. Businesses stayed away from West Bengal. The citadel of Left turned into its mausoleum.2008Puja Mehra in her book The Lost Decade traces the origin of India losing its way following the global financial crisis to the Mumbai terror attack of 2008. Shivraj Patil, the home minister, quit following the attack and Chidambaram was shifted from finance to fill in. For reasons unknown, Pranab Mukherjee, a politician steeped in the 70s-style-Indira-Gandhi socialism, was made the FM. Mehra makes a compelling case of how that one decision stalled reforms, increased deficit and led to runaway inflation over the next three years. Till Chidambaram was brought back to get the house in order, it was too late, and we were halfway into a lost decade. It is remarkable how bad policies always seem easy to implement while good policies take ages to get off the blocks.2009The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) was established in January 2009 to architect a unique digital identity for persons in a country where low rates of death and birth registrations made fake and duplicate identities a means for corruption and denial of service. Under the Modi government, the digital identity — Aadhaar — became the fulcrum of several government services. This project also set the stage for later projects such as the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and Abha (Health ID).2010There’s petty corruption everywhere in India. It is pervasive. Not surprisingly, it is one political issue leading to mass movements in India. The anti-corruption mood gripped India in 2010 on the back of the 2G spectrum scam, where the chief accountant of the government claimed a notional loss of about Rs. 1.8 trillion to the exchequer. Auctioning of natural resources wasn’t exactly a transparent process then. It was evident there was a scam in the allotment of the 2G spectrum. But the 1.8 trillion number was a wild exaggeration that anyone with a semblance of business understanding could see through. It didn’t matter. That number caught the imagination. UPA 2 never recovered from it. More importantly, the auction policy for resources was distorted forever. We still suffer the consequences.The 2010s: Missed Opportunity2011India’s last case of wild poliovirus was detected in 2011. Until about the early 1990s, an average of 500 to 1000 children got paralysed daily in India. The original target for eradication was the year 2000. Nevertheless, we got there eleven years later. India’s pulse polio campaign has since become a source of confidence for public policy execution in India. We internalised the lesson that the Indian government can sometimes deliver through mission mode projects. 2012If you cannot solve a vexing public policy issue, turn it into a Right. It won’t work, but it will seem like you’ve done everything. After years of trying to get the national education policy right, the government decided it was best to make education a fundamental right in the Constitution. Maybe that will make the problem go away. A decade later, nothing has changed, but we have an additional right to feel good about.2013This year saw the emergence of AAP as a political force via the anti-corruption movement. AAP combines the classic elements of what makes a political party successful in India - statist instincts, focus on aam aadmi issues, populism and ideological flexibility. Importantly, it is good at telling its own version of some future utopia rather than questioning the utopia of others. 2014The BJP came to power with many promises; the most alluring of them was ‘minimum government, maximum governance’. Over the past eight years it has claimed success in meeting many of its promises, but even its ardent supporters won’t claim any success on minimum government. In fact, it has gone the other way. That a party with an immensely popular PM, election machinery that rivals the best in the world, and virtually no opposition cannot shake us off our instinctive belief in the State's power never ceases to surprise us.2015The murder of a person by a mob on the charges of eating beef was the first clear indication of the upsurge of a new violent, majoritarian polity. It was also one of the early incidents in India of radically networked communities using social media for self-organisation. Meanwhile, 2015 also witnessed the signing of a landmark boundary agreement between India and Bangladesh, which ended the abomination called the third-order enclave. The two States exchanged land peacefully, upholding the principle that citizen well-being trumps hardline interpretations of territorial integrity. 2016There will be many case studies written in future about demonetisation. Each one of them will end with a single conclusion. Public policy requires discussion and consensus, not stealth and surprise. We hope we have learnt our lesson from it.2017Until 2017, many in India still held the hope of a modus vivendi with China. Some others were enamoured by the Chinese model of governance. However, the Doklam crisis in 2017, and the Galwan clashes in 2020, changed all that. Through this miscalculation, China alienated a full generation of Indians, led to better India-US relations, and energised India to shift focus away from merely managing a weak Pakistan, and toward raising its game for competing with a stronger adversary. For this reason, we wrote a thank you note to Xi Jinping here. 2018It took years of efforts by the LGBTQ community to get Section 377 scrapped. In 2018, they partially won when the Supreme Court diluted Section 377 to exclude all kinds of adult consensual sexual behaviour. The community could now claim equal constitutional status as others. There’s still some distance to go for the State to acknowledge non-heterosexual unions and provide for other civil rights to the community. But the gradual acceptance of the community because of decriminalisation is a sign that our society doesn’t need moral policing or lectures to judge what’s good for it.2019The J&K Reorganisation Act changed the long-standing political status quo in Kashmir. Three years on, the return to political normalcy and full statehood still awaits. While a response by Pakistan was expected, it was China that fomented trouble in Ladakh, leading to the border clashes in 2020. 2020We have written multiple pieces on farm laws in the past year. The repeal of these laws, which were fundamentally sound because of a vocal minority, is the story of public policy in India. Good policies are scuttled because of the absence of consultation, an unclear narrative, opportunistic politicking or plain old hubris. We write this newsletter in the hope of changing this. 2021The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic left behind many bereaved families. People are still trying to pick up the pieces. The sadness was also interrupted by frustration because of the delays in getting the vaccination programme going. India benefited immensely from domestic vaccine manufacturing capability in the private sector. Despite many twists and turns in vaccine pricing and procurements, the year ended with over 1 billion administered doses. In challenging times, the Indian State, markets, and society did come together to fight the pandemic. So, here we are. In the 75th independent year of this beautiful, fascinating and often exasperating nation. We are a work in progress. We might walk slowly, but we must not walk backwards. May we all live in a happy, prosperous and equal society. Thanks for reading Anticipating the Unintended! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support our work. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit publicpolicy.substack.com

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Más de uno
Tertulia: ¿Habrá consenso entre los consejeros de las CCAA y el Gobierno para aplicar el decreto de ahorro energético?

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 90:10


Con Toni Bolaño, John Müller y Pilar Gómez, analizamos los asuntos de actualidad de la jornada como la reunión entre el Gobierno y los consejeros autonómicos para tratar los detalles del plan de ahorro y eficiencia energética que entra en vigor este miércoles. Por otro lado, hablamos del SMI, la escasez de leche y pollo de cara al otoño y entrevistamos al secretario de ganadería UPA, Ramón Santalla. Además, abordamos otros temas importantes del día, como la toma de posesión del presidente de Colombia y la situación de China y Taiwán.  

Historia de Aragón
De Puertas al Campo - 06/08/2022 - Previsión para la campaña de la almendra en Aragón

Historia de Aragón

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 84:09


Ha comenzado la recolección de las variedades más tempranas de almendra en muchas zonas de Aragón. Nos va ha acompañado José María Alcacera, representante del sector de Frutos Secos de Asaja para hacer una primera previsión de lo que todo indica que será una mala campaña. La organización agraria UPA ha amenazado con convocar movilizaciones en septiembre en el sector avícola ante la “espiral inflacionista” en la producción de pollo, que las empresas integradoras “no están cubriendo”. En #EsquiloyremugaDPC ha estado hoy con nosotros Javier Martínez, responsable del sector avícola de UPA en Aragón. Seguimos hablando de precios, en este caso del aceite de oliva, ya que según indican, la especulación ha entrado en juego en este mercado en el mes de julio, hemos repasado los avisos de la Red Fitosanitaria de Aragón y cómo influye la Ley de Bienestar Animal a los cazadores y ganaderos. También, antes de alcanzar la merindad de las nueve de la mañana, hemos conocido las principales novedades para agricultores y ganaderos con el nuevo sistema de cotización de autónomos. Nos han explicado cómo se elabora la miel artesana, hemos visitado el Festival del Vino del Somontano y en #LoquepasaenelcampoDPC hemos conocido un buen número de curiosidades sobre el sector vacuno.

Rachel's Reviews
Small and Mighty! Talking MARCEL THE SHELL WITH SHOES ON (Indie Animation)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 39:56


Today Rachel and Stanford are here to talk about the adorable and endearing new indie animated film MARCEL THE SHELL WITH SHOES ON Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies For Rachel's written review of MARCEL THE SHELL https://rachelsreviews.net/2022/07/19/review-marcel-the-shell-with-shoes-on-or-my-new-comfort-watch/ Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ThePrint
ThePrintPod: Modi govt plans to scrap LPG subsidy under PAHAL as economic woes hit revenues

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 6:02


The PAHAL scheme was first launched under the UPA government in 2013, and was then revised and relaunched after the Modi government came to power in 2014. ----more---- https://theprint.in/india/modi-govt-plans-to-scrap-lpg-subsidy-under-pahal-as-economic-woes-hit-revenues/1064576/ 

il posto delle parole
Lorenzo Sassoli de Bianchi "La luna argento"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 26:56


Lorenzo Sassoli de Bianchi"La luna argento"Sperling & Kupferhttps://www.sperling.it/Leone Caetani, poeta dimenticato dal mondo, affronta la sua odissea partendo dal Santa Tea, il ricovero per anziani artisti dove una finta e acida solidarietà tra esseri disperatamente soli, orgogliosi e corruschi sfocia nell'aggressività e nel dileggio in attesa dell'ultima liberazione: la giustizia livellatrice della morte.Leone, nel suo tragitto, si imbatterà prima nell'angelo giustiziere del ricovero che, nuovo Caronte, aiuta i compagni a traghettare verso l'ultima dimora. Poi sarà avvicinato da Ricky, una bella e vivace ragazza che gli farà balenare i verdi e illusori paradisi della giovinezza e del ritorno alla vita attiva. Fino a un sorprendente finale in cui il poeta approderà a un incontro risolutivo…Il romanzo è un accorato richiamo a superare l'inconfessata rimozione di anziani e giovani emarginati che domina il nostro tempo. Un'esortazione a riscoprire, al di là dei miti dell'efficienza, l'assoluta dignità dell'essere umano.Lorenzo Sassoli de Bianchi è neurologo, imprenditore e appassionato d'arte. Ha fondato la Valsoia, ha presieduto istituzioni culturali e musei, tra cui il MAMbo e il Museo Morandi, ha scritto saggi sull'arte moderna e contemporanea. È Presidente di UPA, associazione che raccoglie gli investitori in pubblicità, e di ICA Milano, istituto per le arti contemporanee.La musica e la letteratura sono sue antiche passioni; La luna rossa, il suo primo romanzo, è un musical che prova a unirle.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

Historia de Aragón
“Las grandes compañías petrolíferas están especulando”

Historia de Aragón

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 35:46


La unidad móvil de Aragón Radio ha estado esta mañana a las puertas de la Central de Hidrocarburos CLH de Monzalbarba, el escenario de una protesta de agricultores y ganaderos convocados por UAGA y UPA contra los precios del gasóleo. Los convocantes aseguran que la subida del precio está “injustificada”, que se está “pactando” y que el gobierno debería intervenirlos. Los portavoces de UAGA y UPA aseguran que el precio del gasóleo profesional no debería superar los 80 ó 90 céntimos por litro. “Todo lo que esté por encima es especulación”, han comentado.

Rachel's Reviews
40 Years of NIMH... Talking Animation: THE SECRET OF NIMH 1982

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 46:41


Today Stanford and Rachel are wishing THE SECRET OF NIMH a happy 40th birthday by talking about this classic film To watch Rachel's Family Movie Night review of THE SECRET OF NIMH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2PLzO5xFpQ Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Wire Talks
Congress problems go back a long way Ft. Manish Tewari

The Wire Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 49:55


This week on The Wire Talks hosted by Sidharth Bhatia, we have Manish Tewari, MP Sri Anandpur Sahib-Punjab, former Union Minister of Information & Broadcasting Government of India and former MP Ludhiana Punjab. In this episode, we have our guest Manish Tewari giving us a round-up of what's happening in his own party (Indian National Congress), his stand on certain things which are distinctive and his take on the current political scenario.Following his opinion on Agnipath Scheme, when asked if this is a pathway out of the party, he replied, "And my stock answer has been, I will repeat it to you, that after having spend 42 years I consider it to be demeaning to be really be answering this question also." He shares his opinions about the upcoming organisational election and if Mrs. Sonia Gandhi or Rahul Gandhi will contest for it in any capacity. He speaks about the Congress party's journey from the time it ruled till now. Don't miss his answer when asked, "Once a congressman, always a Congressman?"He also adds about his recently released book, 10 Flashpoints 20 Years: National Security Situations that Impacted India. Tune in to this episode now.Follow Manish Tewari on Twitter @ManishTewariFollow Sidharth Bhatia on Twitter and Instagram @bombaywallah and https://instagram.com/bombaywallahYou can listen to this show on The Wire's website, the IVM Podcasts website, app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.

Futuresteading
Sandra Henri - making that ONE DAY define the rest of your life

Futuresteading

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 63:58


SummaryWhat can weddings teach us? To be intentional, to build ritual, to connect with our community, to co-create celebration, to build co-relational practices. Weddings are the perfect ‘on ramp' for people to consider their long term shift for the way they live their life - its feel good activism that's fun, love filled and purposeful.Show NotesCreating a wedding carbon calculator Her aha moment on the ground in Malawi The average western wedding costs $35k Incorporating more giving into our weddings Using weddings as a chance to give backThe fundamental lack of sustainability mindsets in the wedding sphereCreating a day that represents peoples truth Rewriting wedding cultureCovid weddings - smaller, simpler and more meaningfulReverse the wedding plan design to build from the basics upA midday nap = successEnough is living a life where I can look after myself, my family and my mental health Learning to be satisfied with who we are within ourselvesThe more grateful you are the more generous you are Building your community through your weddingWedding ritualsCoregulating by placing a hand on each others heart and breathing togetherCocreating the wedding with your communitySlowing down and honouring the ceremonyRepeating the wedding rituals with a small group of special peopleWeddings are one of our very last traditions and this means it carries much weighty expectationThe smaller weddings are more intimate and allow more room for open emotional vulnerabilityWeddings that don't follow the rules but create their own patternsEnsuring that you are awake and heard by each other not just on your wedding day but for a lifetimeThe way you celebrate your wedding day is the foundation for the way you will spend your life togetherIf the wedding planning is all driven by the bride does this set the tone for the relationshipHaving the hard questions about values alignment before you get to the altarReframing value and reconnecting multi generations - yearning to recreate traditional connectionsShared stories across generationsUsing our privilege to share knowledge and action resilienceReducing travel and guest size is the single greatest way to reduce a wedding footprintAvoid imported flowers opt instead for ‘slow flowers'Not letting pinterest be the guide but the seasonsThink about every decision you make as something that can regenerate, sustain or degenerate something or someoneSmall weddings are more relaxedDefining a united vision and purpose of something thats greater than yourselfReferencesLess stuff, more meaningWedding footprint calculatorPodcast partners ROCK!Hidden Sea - Wine that saves the seaNutrisoilWwoof AustraliaBuy the Book - Futuresteading - Live Like tomorrow mattersSupport the showCasual Support - Buy Me A CoffeeRegular Support - PatreonSupport the showSupport the show

The System is Down
337: The CRACKED Adventures of Hunter Biden & Pedo Peter w. Dave Casey

The System is Down

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 121:54


Dan Smotz and Dave Casey watch the world burn, while laughing his way thru all the most important articles in the news… and a whole lot of unimportant ones as well. On the Docket:Biden family valuesElon bails on TwitterCern gets all fired upA bunch of shootings& moreSUPORT GRET GLYER'S FAMILY: https://donorsee.com/project/15051?fbclid=IwAR1fu7fFJ3p9rgaaYSGhf3MIlr31eoKNFkJuGlqf9V7XyDINtrJwmsI3xek Guest & Sponsor Links:Sharron for LP: Sharron… Join the LP.Asteros Cybersecurity Services: https://asteros.com WVW / Jack Casey Books: Https://jackcaseybooks.comMatt Miller's Liberty Portraits: https://libertyportraits.com Brave Botanicals (Kratom / Delta 8 THC) :https://mybravebotanicals.comPromo Code: TSIDBecome a Producer:Https://patreon.com/thesystemisdown Contact:Call in and leave a vm: 309-716-3818Send Dan a present by Fed-Mail: PO Box 84. Aledo, IL 61231Electronic HateMail: dan@tsidpod.comJoin:For the extended bonus episode and all of our weekly bonus content, please check out and join The Downers Club.Follow:TSID Forum (OUR Social Network): http://antinewslive.com  The System is Down: http://tsidpod.comThe Downers Club: http://patreon.com/thesystemisdown Buy Some SWAG: http://tsidpod.com/shopOdysee: https://odysee.com/@thesystemisdown:d?r=7uBq4D3e3qS3h97oEh8sW5jmd1dsnezJ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/679892132686869Twitter: http://twitter.com/tsidpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tsidpod/ Minds: https://www.minds.com/thesystemisdown/ Parler: http://parler.com/thesystemisdown Gab: https://gab.com/thesystemisdownRumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-593937 MeWe: https://mewe.com/i/smotz Youtube: http://youtube.com/thesystemisdown Backup Youtube: http://youtube.com/channel/UCjpjRdEI7E4xlHWg7nbuXtgSupport the show

Hora 25
Hora 25 de los negocios | La inflación de los alimentos

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 24:57


El INE confirma que los alimentos se han encarecido un 12,9% en junio respecto al mismo mes del año pasado. ¿Aumentan los costes o los márgenes empresariales? Escuchamos las quejas de los agricultores con Lorenzo Ramos, de UPA. Además, analizamos el presente y futuro del sector farmacéutico con el CEO de Moderna en España, Juan Carlos Gil. 

Hora 25 de los negocios
Hora 25 de los negocios | La inflación de los alimentos

Hora 25 de los negocios

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 24:57


El INE confirma que los alimentos se han encarecido un 12,9% en junio respecto al mismo mes del año pasado. ¿Aumentan los costes o los márgenes empresariales? Escuchamos las quejas de los agricultores con Lorenzo Ramos, de UPA. Además, analizamos el presente y futuro del sector farmacéutico con el CEO de Moderna en España, Juan Carlos Gil. 

Dregs of Craigs
S1E112 -DoC #112: Ol' Maxine's Fursona

Dregs of Craigs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 66:21


Hey everyone! New episode coming at ya! Sorry these have been kind of inconsistent lately, we all seem to be taking turns at having stuff come up. But never mind that, new episode! In this episode we discuss: Future Clone Slaves on Ebay, The Time Traveler's Wife's Son's Wiener, USB Donger Dongles, Investing in the UPA, and Dueling Bullshit Segments! Find out more at https://dregs-of-craigs.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/dregs-of-craigs/b64bc698-592b-4ff6-8f1f-ba0aadd548b8 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Podcasty Radia Wnet / Warszawa 87,8 FM | Kraków 95,2 FM | Wrocław 96,8 FM / Białystok 103,9 FM
ks. Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleski – duszpasterz Ormian, historyk Kościoła/Poranek Wnet/08.07.2022 r./

Podcasty Radia Wnet / Warszawa 87,8 FM | Kraków 95,2 FM | Wrocław 96,8 FM / Białystok 103,9 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 16:12


Ks. Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleski komentuje postawę papieża Franciszka wobec rosyjskiej agresji. Stwierdza, że Ojciec Święty się pogubił- zamiast występować jako niezależny mediator, usprawiedliwia Rosję. Duszpasterz Ormian porusza kwestię ekshumacji ofiar zbrodni OUN-UPA w Małopolsce Wschodniej i na Wołyniu. Wskazuje, że ekshumacje nadal są blokowane, mimo całej pomocy udzielanej przez Polskę Ukrainie. Polscy politycy nie podnoszą tej kwestii. Ks. Isakowicz-Zaleski sprzeciwia się próbom rehabilitowania Stepana Bandery i UPA przez polskich komentatorów. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radiownet/message

On the Road with Mickey
On the Road w/Mickey 128 – 10 Ways Walt Disney Was Patriotic!

On the Road with Mickey

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 39:42


Episode 128 - 10 Ways Walt Disney Was Patriotic! 10 Ways Walt Disney Was Patriotic! Hey everyone, I'm Mike, she's Sophie, that's Brenda, and and he's Grogu, and we're On the Road with Mickey! This is episode 128 for July 4, 2022, and today, on the 246th Birthday of America, as we celebrate the United States Independence Day, our feature topic is 10 Ways Walt Disney Was Patriotic! Grab your favorite beverage, sit back, and relax, and tell us in the comments below what you think! Here's the rundown of what we talked about: Cheddar from the Big CheeseBrenda: On July 11th, the Top of the World Lounge at the top of Bay Lake Towers reopens! This is a DVC member only location, and it seems that the Disney Villains settled in at the lounge while it was closed. Also, reopening on August 25th – the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom and at Disneyland Park at Disneyland Resort! The Disney Springs and Grand Floridian locations will reopen at a later date.Mike: In the “In case you missed it” department, it was recently announced that Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party will be back this year! Starting November 8th and going through December 22nd, the party will be hosted at the Magic Kingdom on 24 select nights.Sophie: Coming to Disney+ on Friday, July 8 – the premiere of The Wonderful Summer of Mickey Mouse! Mickey Mouse and his friends each recall the wild events leading up to the Annual Summer Fireworks Spectacular from their point-of-view.Connect with us! Here's how: Facebook: https://facebook.ontheroadwithmickey.comFacebook Group: https://facebookgroup.ontheroadwithmickey.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OntheRoadwithMickeyInstagram: On the Road with MickeyEmail: info@ontheroadwithmickey.comFrom last week:In case you didn't see it on our YouTube channel, last week's episode was a very brief video we called the Bread Pudding Challenge. It is a comparison of the ‘Ohana Bread Pudding and the Raglan Road Bread Pudding. If you missed it, you can see it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xp6JGtzxHys We really enjoyed making that, and hope you enjoyed it as well!Feature Topic: Ten Ways that Walt Disney Was Patriotic!Today is the 4th of July, Independence Day in the United States. On this, the 246th Birthday of our Country, we wanted to celebrate the patriotism of Walt Disney. Today, we bring to you Ten Ways that Walt Disney Was Patriotic! Enjoy!10) Walt dressing up as Abraham Lincoln and reciting the Gettysburg Address9) Walt joining the Red Cross during World War I to support his country.8) Walt Disney producing the training and propaganda videos for World War II7) Main Street, U.S.A.6) Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln5) Liberty Square and the Hall of Presidents4) The Daily Flag Ceremony at Town Square3) The American Adventure Pavilion and all it entails2) Casey's Corner, right before the restaurant opens, they play the piano and sing Take Me Out to the Ball Game.1) The Carousel of ProgressThis Day in Disney History for July 4:1956: A Visit to Marceline, MissouriDisney Who's Who CharacterEllie Frederickson from UpA little bit of Walt“I believe that this spiritual and intellectual freedom which we Americans enjoy is our greatest cultural blessing. Therefore, it seems to me, that the first duty of culture is to defend freedom and resist all tyranny.” - Walt DisneyComing Next Week: Sophie's 21st Birthday Trip Recap! Watch us on YouTube!

Rachel's Reviews
Better than Minions? Talking MEGAMIND (2010 Underrated Animation)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 42:11


'Minions 2: Rise of Gru' is coming out so Stanford and Rachel thought it would be fun to talk about the other villain animated film DreamWorks's MEGAMIND Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Raport międzynarodowy
Bandera i banderowcy - rzeź wołyńska i jej tło

Raport międzynarodowy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 57:04


“Każda tragedia niesie zarodek szans na zbudowanie czegoś nowego, otwiera nowe drzwi” - ocenia Wiesław Romanowski, dziennikarz i publicysta. Czy koszmar obecnej wojny może - na przekór - przynieść stałe ocieplenie relacji polsko-ukraińskich, na których cieniem wciąż kładzie się trudna historia? “Ikona Putina”. Tak o Banderze mówi gość dziennikarza Onetu. Kim był Bandera? Co robił? Jakie były skutki jego działań? “Jako polityk się nie sprawdził, jedyna rzecz, którą robił dobrze i miał sukcesy to działalność terrorystyczna” - opowiada Wiesław Romanowski. Czy można zarzucać Banderze moralną odpowiedzialność za rzeź wołyńską? Jakie tło towarzyszy tej tragedii, przez Witolda Jurasza nazywanej bez cienia wątpliwości - ludobójstwem? “W samym Lwowie Ukraińcy byli obywatelami drugiej lub trzeciej kategorii” - zwraca uwagę gość “Raportu międzynarodowego. Ukraina” i tłumaczy, co doprowadziło sąsiadów do tragicznej w skutkach bratobójczej walki. 

Saúde Digital
#Ep.149 - A carreira do Médico Militar

Saúde Digital

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 25:09


SD149 – A carreira do Médico Militar. Neste episódio, uma conversa com a médica cardiologista, mestre em Telemedicina e membro do Corpo de Bombeiro Militar em Petrópolis, Dra. Simone Farah, para falar sobre a carreira militar dentro da medicina. A partir do triste exemplo da tragédia de Petrópolis, você vai conhecer o papel nobre e fundamental que médicos e paramédicos exercem nessas ocasiões.   Neste episódio, o que você vai encontrar: O background da Simone  Formada em medicina no interior do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, ela foi para a capital para se especializar em cardiologia no Instituto Nacional de Cardiologia e em arritmia cardíaca na UFRJ. Trabalhou em emergência e cardio-intensivismo até fazer o concurso para seguir carreira militar no Corpo de Bombeiros do Estado do RJ em 2008. Ela foi designada para fazer parte do projeto das UPA's 24 horas como tenente da corporação, fazendo atendimento de emergência. Ela é mestre em Telemedicina, doutoranda na área e professora na Faculdade de Medicina em Petrópolis. A carreira militar para o médico Para entrar: fazer a prova teórica e, se aprovado, faz o teste de aptidão física. Aprovado: treinamento técnico/médico e militar dentro do centro de instrução da corporação. Exercendo: começa como médico oficial tenente > depois capitão > major tenente > tenente coronel > coronel (full) As atribuições Tenente e capitão: atendimento assistencial socorrista para a população e também dentro da corporação para militares e dependentes. A partir de major: função mais administrativa. Na transição de capitão para major, é necessário um curso de aperfeiçoamento para oficial. Não há regra para que o médico deixe de atuar na ponta, mesmo progredindo na carreira. O militar precisa estar sempre pronto, porque pode ser convocado a atuar em grandes eventos. Como funciona Pelo concurso, a carga é de 24 horas semanais, que pode variar de acordo com a demanda e escalas extras. Em caso de cargo de gestão e diretoria, tende a uma demanda maior de tempo. O médico, no entanto, consegue atuar como militar e também como médico civil. O papel fundamental do socorrista Envolve muita capacitação para estar pronto para situações de emergência como ocorreu em Petrópolis no início de 2022: atuar rapidamente com a organização da logística de atendimento para a chamada "área quente", convocação de todos os militares pela proporção da ocorrência, mas, também, muita doação, dedicação à profissão e propósito. A telemedicina  Com uma alta demanda de suporte aos médicos que atendiam pacientes com quadro cardiológico no estado do RJ em 2008, criou-se uma central cardiológica para dar suporte em tempo real, uma telecardiologia síncrona, e também o acompanhamento do paciente. Essa experiência levou a Dra. Simone a fazer seu mestrado em telemedicina e telessaúde na UERJ e tornar-se a 1ª médica a ter o título no Brasil. Comunidade Online Saúde Digital Podcast Você é médico e quer interagir comigo e com outros colegas inovadores da medicina digital?  Entre na Comunidade do Podcast Saúde Digital no SDConecta! Assista este episódio também em vídeo no YouTube no nosso canal Saúde Digital Ecossistema! Clique aqui! Episódios Anteriores - Acesse! SD148 – Cardiopapers - A escola digital de 35 milhões de reais. SD147 - HackTown - O maior festival de inovação e criatividade da América Latina. SD146 - Escala App: Intraempreendedorismo de sucesso SD145 - Conheça a ECMO: Oxigenação por Membrana Extracorpórea SD144 - O Médico de Família e a Atençao Primária à Saúde Música | Declan DP - Star "Music © Copyright Declan DP 2018 - Present. https://license.declandp.info | License ID: DDP1590665"

Business Innovators Radio
Interview with Kathy Lu Realtor at Keller Williams Realty & Mortgage Loan Originator at Buckingham Mortgage

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 14:21


Contact Kathy Lu:https://highlandsranchco.yourkwoffice.com/https://www.kw.com/agent/UPA-6587385255682576392-0kathylurealtor@gmail.com(720) 620-3428https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/colorado-real-estate-leaders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-kathy-lu-realtor-at-keller-williams-realty-mortgage-loan-originator-at-buckingham-mortgage

Rachel's Reviews
Talking 'The World of Goopi and Bagha' (Obscure Animation 2013)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 41:14


Today Stanford and Rachel are here to talk about a super fun Hindi film from 2013 called 'The World of Goopi and Bagha' To read Rachel's review of RRR https://rachelsreviews.net/2022/04/07/review-morbius-and-rrr-two-contrasts-in-action-blockbuster/ For the article on the film https://www.thehindu.com/entertainment/movies/behind-the-success-of-goopi-gawaiya-bagha-bajaiya/article26482488.ece Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Raport międzynarodowy
Wojna o historię. Czy w Ukrainie się hajluje?

Raport międzynarodowy

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 55:52


Czy można dziś bez skrępowania pytać o korzenie Pułku Azow? Czy można zadawać pytania o ideowe oblicze obrońców Mariupola? Witold Jurasz nie dba o polityczną poprawność. Swojego gościa pyta, jaka jest dziś siła skrajnej prawicy w Ukrainie. “Podprogowa ‘brunatność' w polityce ukraińskiej w żaden sposób nie odbiega od normy światowej” - odpowiada Zbigniew Parafianowicz z Dziennika Gazety Prawnej. Wskazuje przy tym, że “skrajnie prawicowe idee w Ukrainie są traktowane jako technologia polityczna”. Kim więc są przedstawiciele tych idei? W “Raporcie międzynarodowym. Ukraina” o kibicowskich bojówkach, prawicowych pizzeriach, wojnie o historię i relacjach polsko-ukraińskich widzianych przez pryzmat Wołynia. 

Rachel's Reviews
Stan and Rachel's Memories...Talking Animation: APOLLO 10 1/2: A SPACE AGE CHILDHOOD

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 74:18


Today Stanford and Rachel are here to talk about a special film on Netflix from director Richard Linklater APOLLO 10 1./2: A SPACE AGE CHILDHOOD For Rachel's review of Apollo 10 1/2 https://rachelsreviews.net/2022/04/14/review-apollo-10-1-2-a-space-age-childhood-or-the-power-of-memories/ Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies For my Family Movie Night review of Arthur Christmas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNAIPlmVIR0 Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices