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La Vie Creative
EP 216: Antique specialist, house flipper, Sculptor Scott Porter shares his life in France

La Vie Creative

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 57:34


Most men have linear career paths with the requisite ambition to achieve clear-cut professional goals, all the while competing with others their entire lives to make it to the top of the heap. When I went off to secondary school at the age of 15 in the early 70's, society was undergoing radical changes due to the Vietnam war, Women's liberation, the Civil Rights movement, along with the overwhelming presence of sex, drugs, and rock & roll in our lives. With long hair down to the middle of my back, I opted out of the competitive horse race by the time I was 1617 years old, preferring to compete only with myself and pushing myself to the best of my abilities. Like a crab, I opted to move sideways rather than in a linear career path, choosing to study subjects and pursue interests that didn't necessarily have clear-cut professional outcomes. Clearly, since crabs have been around for almost 200 million years, they must be doing something right and I do not regret having done many things in the course of my life that do not fit into one professional nutshell. Having graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Virginia, that must have meant that my strategy to strive to be the best I could be was working. I've never needed competition to excel. This brings me to the sculpture competition that I won back in June of this year. I didn't really train to be a sculptor, although, over the course of a decade in the study of art, I did many types of exercises that were sculptural in nature. My main focus was always on painting and photography, nonetheless. When I saw the 'Appel d'Offres' presented by the Communauté des Communes Touraine Vallée de l'Indre (22 towns that are all linked by the Indre river) for a sculpture to be installed in my home town of Bréhémont situated here on the banks of the Loire River, I was intrigued and immediately decided to participate in the competition, the first and only art competition I've ever participated in I do believe.  I really wanted to leave my mark on the town where I live, and what better way than to have a prominently placed sculpture as my legacy? Back in the 1980's, my parents donated money via the Rotary Club to create a library in what was (and still in to a certain extent) the backwater port town of Bréhémont. This was my parent's legacy; the sculpture is mine. My initial concept was to create a totem pole configuration with a vertical buildup of elements (all of which symbolize the town or the region). Then I got the creative inspiration to make some of the elements movable like a wind vane.; thus the 'Totem Girouette' came about. We've named it 'Autant en Emporte le Chanvre' in nostalgic reminiscence of the hemp industry, which was the source of wealth in Bréhémont up until the advent of nylon ropes, which killed the hemp industry. To give the sculpture a bit more gravitas, however, within the basic shapes, I introduced a mathematical abstraction from ancient Greece. The Greek mathematician Euclid came up with what is called 'Euclid's 1st Proposition. By overlapping two circles, the resulting space in a lozenge in which two equilateral triangles can be placed, one pointing upwards (a symbol for fire) and one pointing downward (a symbol for water). Since water is a key feature of our town, this water symbol is quite appropriate...and it is a lovely combination of geometrical shapes!Backup to my main courier business. When this business died, I decided to focus on the furnished rental business along with the complementary renovation business in Paris. Many of the flats that I ended up managing for rentals were apartments that I renovated for the owners. Support the show

Deep Conversations OKC Podcast
A Conscious Conversation With Tevia Feng

Deep Conversations OKC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 37:12


To learn more about Tevia and about White Tiger Qigong, visithttps://whitetigerqigong.comTevia Feng is the Master Instructor and founder of White Tiger Qigong.Born with chronic illness and suffering, he began practicing martial arts, qigong and meditation at the age of 7 to heal himself. Tevia Feng was a qigong student of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming in the early 2000s and credits master Yang for putting him on a path of synthesizing qigong with modern sports therapy and medical research.As a student of qigong, he journeyed all around China and the world seeking the greatest masters including northwestern part of Hubei, Beijing and Southern China, where he met and trained extensively with several true qigong masters. Throughout his journey, he has met many qigong masters around the world, acquiring rare skills, from unique breathing techniques and exercises to delving into the heart of qi energy. Each master has shaped the Qigong training he teaches today.He has since been published featured articles in the largest qigong magazine in the world. He has self-published three books on qigong and has books translated into multiple languages. He has been named one of the top 3 qigong masters in Indonesia.As the master instructor of White Tiger Qigong, he has taught over 4,000 students from around the world, in countries including China, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, Italy, Switzerland, France, Australia, and the US. White Tiger has almost 60,000 members. He has worked closely with terminally ill individuals to professional athletes, ballet dancers, the North American Muay Thai champion, the 2019 female Karate world champion, martial arts champions, yoga instructors, hedge fund managers, political figures, military elite, UHNWI, circus performers, health care professionals, psychologists, medical doctors and more.Through White Tiger Qigong, his mission is to open the pathway for people to ignite transformation and maximize potential, scaling across communities to create a global movement for a shift in consciousness and promote global healing.A Lifelong Practitioner of Qigong and Internal Martial ArtsTevia Feng has lived and traveled throughout China from Beijing to Taiwan studying in various martial art forms including rare forms of Martial Qigong, Medical Qigong, Xuan Wu Quan, Xing Yi Quan. and Taiji QuanVarious styles of Baguazhang including Wudangshan Baguazhang, Bagua Lian Huan Zhang, Yin Baguazhang, Cheng Bagua, Emei Shan Bagua and more.While in China he also studied at multiple Taoist monasteries and temples. He learned additional martial art forms with various masters, hermits and Taoist masters studying:Golden Elixir QigongWhite Tiger/ Green Dragon Breath5 Element QigongMedical Qigong8 Trigram QigongTraditional Microcosmic OrbitEsoteric BaguazhangPrimordial BreathVarious Forms of Nei Dan (Internal Alchemy)5 Animal Qigong (Hua Tuo)Tevia Feng has trained with these Masters of Qigong and Internal Martial ArtsTevia Feng has since studied with a variety of masters including, but not limited to:Daoist Abbot Luo Pin Cho of the Tian Ji Dao Sect (Wuyi Mountain, China)Daoist Abbot Xu Zhong of the Zhi Zhi An Temple (Wuyi Mountain, China)Luo Jin Hua of Sha Guo Zheng (Yunnan, China)Mao Jing Song of Sha Guo Zheng (Yunnan, China)Master Yuan Xiu Gang of the Sang Feng Sect (Wudang Mountain, China)Dr. Ming Wu (20th Generation Fengyang Taoist Chinese Medicine and Qigong)Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming (USA)Master Chen Si Xing of the Sang Feng Sect (Wudang Mountain, China)Master Kenneth Cohen (USA)Master Zhang Yuxuan (Beijing, China)Master Li Chun Ling (Beijing, China)Master Mantak Chia (Thailand)Master Edy Suwita (Sumatra, Indonesia)

Too Fat Dudez
Episode 530: Moon Knight and Doctor Strange

Too Fat Dudez

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 63:08


Zach returns from Vietnam!His thoughts on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness! Weird: The Al Yankovic StoryWill Elizabeth Olsen return to the MCU?Jason Statham joining the MCU?The conclusion to the Moon Knight Watch-Along (Episodes 4, 5,and 6)!Moon Knight and Captain America?!

GANG OF TWO
TERRY APOLOGIZES TO SHARI AFTER READING AN EMAIL

GANG OF TWO

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 50:44


An email triggers an apology from Terry. Plus Terry breaks the news to Shari that he's going to Vietnam with Panini Pete. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SideTalks - The Official Sidewalk Podcast
#232 - Oh, This Is A Giant Meat Sandwich

SideTalks - The Official Sidewalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 25:43


The podcast with chill, serious vibes. Good morning, Vietnam! What We're Watching: Stalked By My Doctor; From Straight A's To XXX; Freddy Got Fingered; The Northman "Maybe he works for Halliburton" Fast Film Terms: Stair Blocks + Doorway Dolly Music by Splash '96 Sponsored by Revelator Coffee

Veterans  Radio
HOW CAN YOU MEND THIS PURPLE HEART?

Veterans Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:00


TERRY GOULD WRITES ABOUT FELLOW SOLDIERS AND PURPLE HEARTS Like the Afghan war today and the ten-year-war in Iraq, the Vietnam War tore at the bodies and souls of those who served, particularly the nearly 1,100 Americans who lost multiple limbs and returned home from Vietnam to face a different kind of battle: acceptance. In this riveting first novel, winner of the Military Writers Society of America 2010 Silver Medal Award, author T.L. Gould draws upon his experience recovering in a military hospital to create a plain truth, no-holds-barred narrative, stark in its simplicity, detail and humor. From dressing changes and morphine drips to off-site forays under a fence and into neighborhood bars and brothels, Gould chronicles the precipitous journey to recovery of the men of Ward 2B; how they learned to walk again,to love again, and to triumph over the most impossible odds. Home | Mend This Purple Heart (howcanyoumendthispurpleheart.com) “BETWEEN THE LINES” Dwight Jon Zimmerman is a frequent contributor and guest on Veterans Radio. He is an award-winning writer on a variety of subject, but mostly man of the unknown facts about America's military history. His latest publication is a newsletter called “Between the Lines” and can be found here.

Spectator Radio
Chinese Whispers: how powerful is the People's Liberation Army?

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:55


It's clear now that Vladimir Putin didn't expect his army to perform quite so badly when invading Ukraine. As much as that is celebrated in much of the world, it will be a cause for concern – or at least a moment for learning – amongst Beijing's military leaders. Because Russia has always been a heavy influence and source of strategy and equipment for China's People's Liberation Army, ever since the days of the Soviet Union. So could the PLA – which hasn't been in active combat since Vietnam in 1979 – similarly flounder? That's the burning question Cindy Yu and guests discuss in the latest episode of Chinese Whispers. Timothy R. Heath is an expert on the Chinese military at the American think tank, the RAND Corporation, and tells her that: 'A lot of the issues that we're seeing in the Russian military is going to be of high concern to the PLA because there's a very good chance the Chinese military could have some of the similar issues'. They also discuss the possibility of low morale when it comes to fighting an enemy who looks and speaks like you – as some Russian soldiers have found disconcerting in Ukraine. Could an invasion of Taiwan throw up similar problems? Tim argues that it could, and draws parallel with another event – the enlisting of the PLA for suppressing the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. It was a decision that saw many soldiers (though not enough) refusing to obey orders. 'The experience of the PLA was such a shock for the military and the CCP that a decade later, the Chinese government took the PLA out of the job of suppressing domestic dissent.' In fact, the lack of trust in its soldiers' loyalty is such that today's PLA is one of the only armies to offer a 'suicide pill', so says Professor Li Xiaobing, a Chinese military historian at the University of Central Oklahoma who served in the PLA himself. '20,000 Chinese soldiers were captured during the Korean war. After the war, 70 per cent of the Chinese POWs didn't want to go back to China, and they went to Taiwan. So that's really embarrassing for the Chinese government in the Cold War'. Tune in to this episode to hear more incredible insights about this most elusive yet important modern military force.

Chinese Whispers
How powerful is the People's Liberation Army?

Chinese Whispers

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:55


It's clear now that Vladimir Putin didn't expect his army to perform quite so badly when invading Ukraine. As much as that is celebrated in much of the world, it will be a cause for concern – or at least a moment for learning – amongst Beijing's military leaders. Because Russia has always been a heavy influence and source of strategy and equipment for China's People's Liberation Army, ever since the days of the Soviet Union. So could the PLA – which hasn't been in active combat since Vietnam in 1979 – similarly flounder? That's the burning question my guests and I discuss in the latest episode of Chinese Whispers. Timothy R. Heath is an expert on the Chinese military at the American think tank, the RAND Corporation, and tells me that: 'A lot of the issues that we're seeing in the Russian military is going to be of high concern to the PLA because there's a very good chance the Chinese military could have some of the similar issues'. We also discuss the possibility of low morale when it comes to fighting an enemy who looks and speaks like you – as some Russian soldiers have found disconcerting in Ukraine. Could an invasion of Taiwan throw up similar problems? Tim argues that it could, and draws parallel with another event – the enlisting of the PLA for suppressing the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. It was a decision that saw many soldiers (though not enough) refusing to obey orders. 'The experience of the PLA was such a shock for the military and the CCP that a decade later, the Chinese government took the PLA out of the job of suppressing domestic dissent.' In fact, the lack of trust in its soldiers' loyalty is such that today's PLA is one of the only armies to offer a 'suicide pill', so says  Professor Li Xiaobing, a Chinese military historian at the University of Central Oklahoma who served in the PLA himself . '20,000 Chinese soldiers were captured during the Korean war. After the war, 70 per cent of the Chinese POWs didn't want to go back to China, and they went to Taiwan. So that's really embarrassing for the Chinese government in the Cold War'. Tune in to this episode to hear more incredible insights from my guests about this most elusive yet important modern military force.

SPYCRAFT 101
Finding Che Guevara: Clandestine in the Congo with Jim Hawes

SPYCRAFT 101

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 41:47


This week Justin chats with author and former Navy SEAL and CIA contractor Jim Hawes. Jim served in Vietnam and worked with the CIA in the Congo to counter the spread of communist  ideals and anti-western rebel activities. Today, Jim tells his story and shares details of his experiences, from becoming a SEAL early in the life of the program to his role in the Gulf of Tonkin incident and finally locating Che Guevara, among several intelligence feats. Connect with Jim:Check out his book, Cold War Navy SEAL, here.https://www.amazon.com/Cold-War-Navy-SEAL-Communist/dp/151073418XConnect with Spycraft 101:Check out Justin's latest release, Covert Arms, here.spycraft101.comIG: @spycraft101Shop: spycraft-101.myshopify.comPatreon: Spycraft 101Find Justin's first book, Spyshots: Volume One, here.Download the free eBook, The Clandestine Operative's Sidearm of Choice, here.Support the show

Shat the Movies: 80's & 90's Best Film Review

When it comes to the greatest Vietnam war movie of all time, two films come to mind: Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now" and Stanley Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket." Longtime listener Hot Sauce Steve was kind enough to commission the latter. Everyone remembers the belly laughs and jaw-dropping surprises in "Full Metal Jacket," R. Lee Ermey's unforgettable performance, Vincent D'Onofrio's body transformation, and the wealth of dark humor. But we don't always take the time to celebrate the film's sets or dig deeper into Kubrick's themes of dehumanization, indoctrination, and whether man can withstand the unnatural conditions of war. In this episode, the Shat Crew hears Big D's Sapper School Tales, explores sex-worker inflation, outlines the economics of short-time versus long-time, debates slow-motion deaths, and plans Ash's Chaturbate career. SUBSCRIBE Android: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACT Email: hosts@shatpod.com Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCAST Donate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite

Expat Empire Podcast
From NYC Chef to Cookbook Writer in Vietnam with Paul Kennedy

Expat Empire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 40:52


In this episode of the Expat Empire Podcast, we will be hearing from Paul Kennedy. Paul's expat journey began after vacationing in Greece with friends. This 10-day sailing vacation became the starting point of Paul's travels around the world. Despite not fully grasping the importance of visas when he began his journey, his no-stress beliefs helped him to navigate the otherwise chaotic setbacks that are typical with travel.    Gifted with an innate knack for identifying opportunities when they present themselves, Paul has operated several businesses before transitioning to become an English teacher in Vietnam. His latest project is writing a Vietnamese cookbook, which he hopes will serve to inspire others to travel.   Listen to Paul tell his inspiring story in this episode and find out the real difference between travel and vacation!   LEARN in this episode:   ✔ How to get inspiration on where to travel to next   ✔ How to spot entrepreneurial opportunities, no matter where you go   ✔ The difference in experiences and impact you can have when you change your thinking about traveling and vacationing   FIND Paul at:   ► Website: https://paulbkennedy.com/   ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paul_b_kennedy/ ----- SCHEDULE your free consulting call: https://bit.ly/ExpatEmpireContact   DOWNLOAD our free Top 10 Tips for Moving Abroad eBook: https://bit.ly/ExpatEmpireTop10 REVIEW us: https://ratethispodcast.com/expatempire   DONATE to support the show: https://bit.ly/ExpatEmpireDonation   FOLLOW us on Social Media:   ► Instagram: https://bit.ly/ExpatEmpireIG   ► Facebook: https://bit.ly/ExpatEmpireFB   ► LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/ExpatEmpireLI  

Business of Architecture UK Podcast
168: Crafting Luxury with Arnaud Zannier

Business of Architecture UK Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 64:33


This week, I am speaking with Arnaud Zannier, Founder of Zannier Hotel Group. This is a must-listen for those firms who are interested in working in high-end hospitality. Arnaud entered into hospitality after a successful career running his own fashion brand.  When building the Zannier Group brand, Arnaud's focus was on creating an alternative luxury experience, which led to developing a series of hotels in extraordinary locations from the French Alps to Cambodia, to the Namibian savanna to, most recently, in Vietnam. An architecture and interiors design culture has been an instrumental part in how Arnaud has crafted this unique brand experience. THIS WEEK'S RESOURCES Access your free training at http://SmartPracticeMethod.com/ If you want to speak directly to our advisors, book a call at https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/call Arnaud's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arnaudzannier/  Zannier Hotels: https://www.zannierhotels.com/

Good Times Great Movies
Episode 184: House (1985)

Good Times Great Movies

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 86:43


On our latest episode, Jamie draws parallels between William Katt, Bull from Night Court to Forest Gump and Bubba (that shrimp obsessed guy), Doug focusses a bit too much on the real estate portion of the movie, and we both agree that writing a book on traumatic experiences in Vietnam might not be this character's focus. Tip your 'grocery boy', put a fence around your pool, and join us as we discuss a movie that tries everything and fails at every attempt, House!Consider supporting the show on Patreon Full episodes are available on: Blame it on Rio The House on Sorority Row A He-Man and She-Ra Christmas The Hollywood Knights The Great Outdoors Silver Bullet One Magic Christmas The Cabbage Patch Kids First Christmas Under the Cherry Moon Haunted Honeymoon CommandoBeverly Hills Madam Happy Birthday to Me A Christmas Dream A Garfield Christmas SupergirlGarlic is as Good as Ten Mothers Who's Harry Crumb Missing in Action 2: The Beginning Revenge of the Stepford Wives Evil Dead II DuneA Claymation Christmas CelebrationHoward the DuckHow to Beat the High Cost of LivingThey LiveThis House PossessedMonkey ShinesTerror Train& more.. Including our 80's Handshake 5, 90's Handshake 5, Questions and Answers, Interviews & covering/ranking all movies in the Friday the 13th Franchise! Merch on TeePublic Visit our WebsiteVisit our YouTube ChannelFollow us on TwitterAnd on InstagramFind us on Facebook

TheStartingBloc
Sausage Free Pre Vote

TheStartingBloc

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 103:29


- Greeno does politics 3 - Wah Wah Purr - Ukraine is suffering - Leon Cameron Nice Gary       Join Greeno & BoogieBumper for the most inverted & narcissistic podcast of all time. A top 20 ranking show in Vietnam. They love us in Vietnam. dlive.tv/TheStartingBloc

Loving Liberty Radio Network
2022 May 13 The Bryan Hyde Show

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 85:20


Keeping your heart and mind free from hatred is a serious undertaking. Barry Brownstein warns that hatred will destroy you--what the Holodomor teaches us today. The economic turbulence you are sensing is a real thing. Dan Sanchez explains why the markets are yelling mayday. Watching the great reset unfold around us sure keeps things exciting. Kit Knightly says that "genetically edited" food may be the next stage that the architects of this reset have in store for us. Randy Weaver has passed away. If all you know about him is what the MSM has told you, please do yourself a favor and read James Bovard's take on why Ruby Ridge is not forgotten. A lot of folks are looking to the mid term elections in November as a possible turning point from our current, downward trajectory. Victor Davis Hanson says imagine the unimaginable because things will get weird for the next few months. How soon is too soon to be teaching our kids common sense? Annie Holmquist says they're never too young to learn responsibility. Are you a victim of mental manipulation? Margaret Anna Alice offers 10 signs that you've been menticided as well as a 12 step recovery program. Tell me if this sounds familiar: The political class is locked into a strategy than cannot work but they cannot reverse course. The Z-man spells out how Ukraine is about to become NATO's Vietnam. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The Bryan Hyde Show
2022 May 13 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 42:40


  A lot of folks are looking to the mid term elections in November as a possible turning point from our current, downward trajectory. Victor Davis Hanson says imagine the unimaginable because things will get weird for the next few months. How soon is too soon to be teaching our kids common sense? Annie Holmquist says they're never too young to learn responsibility. Are you a victim of mental manipulation? Margaret Anna Alice offers 10 signs that you've been menticided as well as a 12 step recovery program. Tell me if this sounds familiar: The political class is locked into a strategy than cannot work but they cannot reverse course. The Z-man spells out how Ukraine is about to become NATO's Vietnam. Sponsors: Dixie Chiropractic HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Monticello College Life Saving Food  The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Govern Your Crypto

Destination Eat Drink on Radio Misfits
Destination Eat Drink – Hanoi, Vietnam

Destination Eat Drink on Radio Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 36:00


Tracy Nguyen is a foodie tour guide in Hanoi and an expert on the cuisine of Vietnam. She talks with us about eggs in your coffee and a scalding noodle dish that has nothing to do with temperature. Plus, Tracy shares the story of a dish rescued by Anthony Bordain and why the chaos of traffic in Hanoi is more organized than you think. [Ep 180] Show Notes: Hanoi Street Food Tours website Pena Palace in Sintra website Brent's story about Ape trucks

Garage Talk
117. Food, Music, and Cars!

Garage Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 52:56


On this week's episode, Cory reaches out to fellow automotive journalist Matt Degen from Kelley Blue Book. Matt has worn many hats in his journalism career, from automotive, to culinary, to audiophile, Matt has done a little of all of it. We are thankful that he took time from his busy schedule to discuss his life and career, as well as his recent trip (for work!) to Vietnam! Read more from Matt here: https://www.kbb.com/author/mattdegen/ Check out his YouTube Channel here: I Want to Cook Subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you never miss a Car Review Be sure to join the discussion on any of our social media pages. Share your stories on any of the platforms listed below. Facebook: @GTGarageTalk Instagram: @GTGarageTalk TikTok: @GTGarageTalk Twitter: @GTGarageTalk Or send us an email at GTGarageTalk@gmail.com You can read more on our website: GTGarageTalk.com Support our Podcast GTGarageTalk.com/support Buy Garage Talk Merch! If you liked that episode and would like to hear more, head over to Patreon.com/GTGarageTalk and sign up on our 1LT Camaro tier and you will be granted access to TheAftermarket, extra content recorded after each new episode. You'll get to hear just a little more about what Cory and guests are like when making an episode of GT: Garage Talk. If that's not enough, browse through our many other tiers and see what perks come with each level. We appreciate you all, we thank you for listening #GTGarageTalk #AutomotiveJournalism #IWantToCook --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gtgaragetalk/message

Verbrechen der Vergangenheit
Massenmord in Kambodscha: Der Rote Wahn

Verbrechen der Vergangenheit

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 69:54


Es ist der radikalste Versuch, einen kommunistischen Staat zu schaffen – und eines der größten Verbrechen der Menschheitsgeschichte. 1975 erringen die maoistischen Roten Khmer in Kambodscha die Macht, nachdem der Kampf um Vietnam auch das Nachbarland ins Chaos gestürzt hat. Doch die Politik der neuen Herren führt nicht in die klassenlose Gesellschaft, sondern in den Massenmord.HINWEIS: Neue Folgen von "Verbrechen der Vergangenheit" erscheinen ab jetzt monatlich – an jedem zweiten Freitag.Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.

Hacking The Afterlife podcast
Hacking the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer, Luana Anders, Jeffry Martini and Bill Paxton

Hacking The Afterlife podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 23:34


Happy Birthday Luana!  Luana Anders is our pal on the flipside who moderates our conversations with folks on the Flipside.  In this case, we began by chatting with her about what that's like to celebrate someone's birthday over there. Some sad news, my dear brother Jeffry passed away last week, and his son Johnny and I had the task of handling those details.  There were unknown elements to what happened, so as an example, I asked Jennifer to address those issues as she would with law enforcement when they call her to work on cases pro bono. The point is - it gives us a place to examine and move from. The police at the scene couldn't have been more generous and compassionate - and walked us through the process.  Since there was no signs of foul play or forced entry, etc, they determined that it was caused by a fall, or some other event. He clearly had fallen - and that's where he was found a week later.  He will be cremated and a celebration of his life will happen in Chicago, as well as burial at a National Cemetery as he was active duty in the Army (Lt. JG) during the Vietnam war. He led a interesting life - and on more than one occasion told me what he wanted me to do upon his demise.  So now we're doing it. However he didn't know that by this time, I'd be talking to people on the other side on a regular basis. I'm glad to hear from him, and hope this podcasts doesn't offend too many folks. It is what it is. And yes, the writer of "Under the Banner of Heaven" wrote for the show Big Love, for Bill to show up and talk about it wasn't unusual for us - check out the film TALKING TO BILL PAXTON on Gaia - Jennifer is in it as well, her many times chatting with Bill. Thanks for tuning in.

Black Op Radio
#1094 – Abraham Bolden, Cherise Williams, Jim DiEugenio

Black Op Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 108:46


  News: Abraham Bolden: Ex-Secret Service agent pardoned by Biden Abraham Bolden was the first African-American secret service agent on the White House detail Bolden applied for pardon back in 1972 under President Nixon and later under Obama and Trump Abraham Bolden interviewed on Black Op Radio: episode 378 (2008) Book: The Echo from Dealey Plaza by Abraham Bolden: Kindle FREE Borrowable Ebook: The Echo from Dealey Plaza by Abraham Bolden We can only exist as long as truth exists Stream/buy the documentary series JFK: Destiny Betrayed: Amazon Prime, iTunes, Vudu Bolden reveals information that is not present in his book A high official threatened Kennedy in 1961 in the Oval Office as witnessed by Bolden How Bolden met President Kennedy for the first time The Secret Service planned and schemed to thwart the truth of the assassination Bolden urges President Biden to release all the remaining JFK files Bolden wants to testify on record The Secret Service (SS) was involved in the assassination by being negligent The SS knew about the assassination plots in Chicago, Tampa and Dallas The SS made no effort to increase the protection of President Kennedy even after they learnt of these threats Bolden was said defamed as being insane We should stand for the truth even if it hurts us The judge in Bolden's trial instructed the jury that he was guilty even before the deliberations began Part B: Cherise Williams; beginning at 23:48 Cherise Williams is part of Abraham Bolden's legal team She also drafted the clemency petition Book: The Echo from Dealey Plaza by Abraham Bolden: Kindle Pardons are seldom granted Convictions are not expunged following a pardon Bolden's clemency petition was filed solely on the basis of innocence Part C: Jim DiEugenio; beginning at 35:04 Barrack Obama's disappointing presidency The attempted assassination of Jimmy Carter Raymond Lee Harvey and Osvaldo Espinosa Ortiz Movie: Watch The Parallax View (1974) online: iTunes, Prime, Vudu, Google Play, Microsoft The price we pay for not facing the truths about the assassinations of the 1960s Researchers often get lost in the minutia and lose sight of the big picture Video: Jim Garrison meets Mr. X (Oliver Stone's JFK) Gerald Posner's crappy book Case Closed Watch Oliver Stone's Snowden (2016): Netflix, Microsoft, Prime, Google Play, Vudu Documentary: Citizenfour by Lauru Poitras (2014): Prime, Vudu, Microsoft, Google Play Jim Gochenaur, Elmer Moore and Abraham Bolden The Chicago Plot to Kill JFK: Read Online, Download PDF Kennedy was not getting out of 1963 alive No mention of Roberto Lopez or Thomas Arthur Vallee At Kennedys and King Article: JFK VS LBJ: The MSM in Overdrive by Jim DiEugenio One of the talking heads in the series LBJ: Triumph and Tragedy is Mark Updegrove Updegrove's new book Incomparable Grace Updegrove goes into the Cuban missile crisis, Vietnam war and civil rights issues He says that no military person knew about Kennedy's withdrawal program “I always thought it was foolish for you to make any statements about withdrawing. I thought it was bad psychologically. But you and the president thought otherwise, and I just sat silent.” - LBJ to Mcnamara Stream/buy JFK: Destiny Betrayed: Amazon Prime, iTunes, Vudu Jim's 90-minute interview on JFK and Civil Rights (Aaron Good's American Exception podcast) The Kennedys and Civil Rights: How the MSM Continues to Distort History by Jim - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 FREE Borrowable Ebook: Of Kennedys and Kings: Making Sense of the Sixties by Harris Wofford Kennedy began affirmative action Robert Kennedy's Law Day (1961) address Documentary: Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment (1963): iTunes, Prime, Google Play, Vudu RFK advised his brother John to deliver an address to the nation on the issue of civil rights June 11 1963,

Empire Files
[PREVIEW] Deeper Inside The JFK Rabbit Hole: CIA, Vietnam & Deep State

Empire Files

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:05


Full 2.5-hour episode only at patreon.com/empirefiles This is a preview of my recent interview with Aaron Good, author of the book American Exception, and an expert in Deep Politics who is featured in Oliver Stone's JFK Revisited, to unravel more about the system of covert governance and CIA activities in the era of the JFK assassination. Buy Aaron's book American Exception here (which I did the cover art for!) https://bit.ly/39XplIF Support Aaron's podcast: https://patreon.com/americanexception This episode is Patron-only as a special THANK YOU to all of our donors, who make all our work possible. Join at http://patreon.com/empirefiles

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker
S4: Client 18 - Kill, Marry or Fornicate Your Pork

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 85:18


Reveling in the return of Brendan, the Law Offices of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker celebrate by playing a game with their newest client, Kill, Marry or Fornicate Your Pork. Many words are bandied about including only fetish wear, dungeon master, culinary stuff, pocket rocket, the Black Hand, deliver happiness, a cell fern, Sir Richard Burton, fancy pants, drink dirt, Spy Smasher, talking nipples, a chub, Viet Nam in the 80s, they killed the poop baby, bodies are appearing, the Young Abortionists, Back Alley Boys, Charles Bronson, lutefisk and crocodile duet. Buy our merch here: https://my-store-11556994.creator-spring.com/ To access special content go to www.patreon.com/qsblaw and for other episodes, go to www.qsblaw.org. We are also internettable on: Instagram - @lawofficesofquibble; Twitter- @qsblaw; TikTok - @qsblaw; Uhive - https://www.uhive.com/web/shares/z/QTTCLFU; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quiblle.bicker.3; Tumblr- quibblesquabblebicker; Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/QuibbleSquabble or watch us on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/LawOfficesofQuibbleSquabbleBicker --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/qsb/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qsb/support

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne
Episode 2301 – Vietnam Combat Camaraderie in Vietnam by Fred Castaneda

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:00


Episode 2301 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature a commentary by Vietnam Veteran Fred Castaneda that he titled Combat and Camaraderie – Combat Infantryman Badge. In 1971, Fred Castaneda served on the tip of the spear in Vietnam … Continue reading → The post Episode 2301 – Vietnam Combat Camaraderie in Vietnam by Fred Castaneda appeared first on .

Casus Belli Podcast
POD Hueys armados en Vietnam - Misiones de Ataque

Casus Belli Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:55


Inmediatamente después de la Ofensiva del Tet, las ofensivas norteamericanas se intensificaron, y los combates se volvieron cada vez más violentos. Los UH-1 Iroquois 'Huey' artillados fueron cada vez más solicitados, y cada día representaba para ellos una misión de alto riesgo. Te lo cuenta ⚓️ Esaú Rodríguez y 🎸 John Cameron F. y 🎙 Michael Philip J. Casus Belli Podcast pertenece a 🏭 Factoría Casus Belli. Casus Belli Podcast forma parte de 📀 Ivoox Originals. 👉https://podcastcasusbelli.com 👉En Facebook, nuestra página es @casusbellipodcast https://www.facebook.com/CasusBelliPodcast 👉En Instagram estamos como @casusbellipodcast https://www.instagram.com/casusbellipodcast 👉En Twitter estamos como @casusbellipod @CasusBelliPod 👉Telegram, nuestro canal es @casusbellipodcast https://t.me/casusbellipodcast 👨‍💻Nuestro chat del canal es https://t.me/aviones10 ⚛️ El logotipo de Carros 10 y de la Factoría Casus Belli están diseñados por Publicidad Fabián publicidadfabian@yahoo.es 🎵 La música incluida en el programa es Ready for the war de Marc Corominas Pujadó bajo licencia CC. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/ El resto de música es bajo licencia privada de Epidemic Music, Jamendo Music o SGAE. de Ivoox. 📧¿Queréis contarnos algo? También puedes escribirnos a casus.belli.pod@gmail.com Si te ha gustado, y crees que nos lo merecemos, nos sirve mucho que nos des un like, ya que nos da mucha visibilidad. Muchas gracias por escucharnos, y hasta la próxima. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Seven Million Bikes; A Saigon Podcast
Living As A Trans Man In The USA & Vietnam | Zion Johnson S8E10

Seven Million Bikes; A Saigon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 70:45


Join The Community with Zion!Zion Johnson is a former Transactivist, a writer and Seven Million Bikes superfan. He is the only person in the world to have a Seven Million Bikes tattoo!In this episode we talk about;- Zion's gender journey- his trans-activism in the US- transitioning from a black female to a black man- woke culture- why he decided to leave the U.S and settle in Vietnam- life as a trans person in VietnamOn The Road To ZionZion's Blog.As mentioned by Zion.Follow Seven Million Bikes on Facebook or Instagram.Buy us a coffee.-------------------Theme music composed by Lewis Wright.Main Cover Art designed by Niall Mackay.Episode art designed by Niall Mackay, with pictures supplied by guests and used with permission.Audio Engineer Luke Digweed.These are the programs we use to create A Vietnam Podcast.These are affiliate links so they will give us a small commission, only if you sign up , and at no extra cost to you! You'll be directly supporting Seven Million Bikes too.Editing - Descript Host - Buzzsprout Design - Canva Support - Fiverr Website - 10 Web Support the showSupport independent podcasting and A Vietnam Podcast Vietnam by joining the Seven Million Bikes Community. Start from just 90k a month, stop at any time, get episodes early, bonus content, free tickets to shows, invites to member-only events next 5 people to join up will get an SMB reusable mask for free! (Worth 129k) Did That Really Happen? A new comedy podcast from Seven Million BikesListen and Subscribe/FollowApple Podcasts / Spotify / Podcast Addict /

Here & Now
Author Sy Montgomery talks hawks; Craig McNamara's 'Because Our Fathers Lied'

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 40:48


Author and naturalist Sy Montgomery talks about her new book "The Hawk's Way: Encounters with Fierce Beauty" in which she writes about working with hawks as they hunt. And, Craig McNamara talks about "Because Our Fathers Lied: A Memoir of Truth and Family, from Vietnam to Today." The new book looks at his relationship with his late father, Robert McNamara, who was defense secretary under former Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson.

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne
Episode 2300 – Hmong Vietnam Vets honored in California and Wisconsin

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 16:13


Episode 2300 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature two stories about the Hmong Vietnam Veterans. The first featured story comes from Your Central Valley of Fresno, California and is titled: How the Hmong community made the Central Valley … Continue reading → The post Episode 2300 – Hmong Vietnam Vets honored in California and Wisconsin appeared first on .

No Redeeming Qualities
Episode 232 - Groveling Businessman, Charging Samurai

No Redeeming Qualities

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 75:58


Bob and Zipp scream casually about movies, sleeping in class, and being mistaken for Vietnam veterans. This episode is brought to you in part by Load Boost! Use the promo code NRQ10 and get your bottle today!

Veterans Chronicles
Capt. Paul Austin, U.S. Navy, Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam

Veterans Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 37:32


Paul Austin never really thought about being an aviator as a kid, but one day he saw a Fly Navy recruiting sign and the rest is history. Austin would spend nearly 30 years in the U.S. Navy and find himself on the brink of nuclear war in Cuba and serving two tours in Vietnam.In this edition of Veterans Chronicles, Capt. Austin explains how he instantly loved flying and quickly became very good at it. He also takes us into the heart-pounding moments of being in his plane and just moments away from launching air strikes during the Cuban Missile Crisis. And he details his service in Vietnam both in bombing campaigns and providing critical close air for American ground forces.

The South East Asia Travel Show
Laos Reopens to International Tourists, with Jason Rolan

The South East Asia Travel Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 25:34


We've been talking in recent weeks about the pieces of South East Asia's travel jigsaw being put back together. But a Laos-shaped hole remained. That gap has now been filled. Laos reopened to international travellers on Monday 9 May. This week, Gary and Hannah welcome back Vientiane-based Jason Rolan to discuss the tourism challenges and opportunities ahead for this beautiful landlocked country. Jason talks about the new regime for e-visas. He also explains which airlines are preparing to return to Laos - and which new routes might be developed. Plus, can Laos promote itself as a standalone destination, rather than an add-on for longer trips to Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia? When will Chinese tourists ride the new China-Laos railway? And how are tour operators adapting their services for the new era?

FULLER sermons
144 - Days of Wanting | Jonathan Tran

FULLER sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 19:45


Jonathan Tran reflects on his family's story of immigrating from Vietnam to the States, the costs of the American Dream, and the church's status as pilgrims without a home. Jonathan Tran is associate professor of philosophical theology and George W. Baines Chair of Religion at Baylor University. Recorded at Fuller's APA Heritage Month Chapel on May 4, 2022.

You Were Made for This
157: Add This Book to Your Summer Reading List

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 21:21


One of the pleasures of summer is taking time to relax with a good book that both entertains and informs. Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss does both. It's a book that will raise your relational intelligence. You would do well to put it on your summer reading list. I review it in today's episode. Get ready for summer Some magazines and newspaper articles will soon be writing pieces about the top ten, or top five, books to put on your summer reading list. I'm not going to put out a list, but I do have a recommendation of one book that I'm pretty sure you will enjoy. It's a non-fiction book that reads like a novel. I found it to be well-written, entertaining, and something that taught me a few things to increase my relationship skills. I'm going to talk about the book in today's episode because I think you're going to find it helpful, too. So keep listening. You're going to like this one. Never Split the Difference - Negotiating as if your life depended on it [NOTE: As an Amazon Associate, Caring for Others, sponsor of this podcast, earns a small commission from qualifying purchases.] The book I'm referring to and reviewing is in some ways a follow-up to episode 154 of this podcast, “How to Listen Like a Hostage Negotiator.” The name of the book is Never Split the Difference, with the subtitle Negotiating as if your life depended on it. It's by Chris Voss a former hostage negotiator with the FBI. Now at first glance, you might think a book about hostage negotiation as something not terribly interesting. Becoming a hostage negotiator may not be one of your five-year goals. You're probably not going to suggest it as a career for your children. This book is so much more than that. I first came across the book when I heard the author on a podcast I listened to. The stories he told from his experience in negotiating the release of hostages were fascinating. He got me hooked, so I read his book, Never Split the Difference. I recommend you put it on your summer reading list. Amazon Reviews For this review, I looked on Amazon to see what others who read the book thought of it. At the time I checked, Never Split the Difference had over 23,000 reviews and was number 19 on Amazon's bestseller list. 94% of the ratings were either 4 or 5 stars. The few negative reviews either complained about a printing problem with pages being cut off or blank pages. The other complaint was some readers thought the author was too egotistical and self-promoting. I get that and see a little of it more in the beginning of the book. I'm usually sensitive to this kind of thing, but frankly, it didn't bother me in the least, especially as I got into the book and saw the compassion he had on occasion for people. Other reviews said there were too many stories of negotiating sessions he was involved in and that the book doesn't have much to offer for the rest of us. My perspective, however, is just the opposite. I actually loved the stories because they were well-written, first of all, and secondly, they all illustrated principles of human interaction. The 94% who gave it a 4 or 5-star rating had good reason to do so. The rest of this review is my reasons for recommending you put the book on your summer reading list. Who the book is for If you like stories of good guys going after bad guys you'll like this book for that reason alone. You'll also like it if you're involved in sales or running a business, as I was for 25 years. There are many strategies the author used in hostage negotiation that are applicable in the business world. If you're a parent or interact with other people, you'll find this book helpful. If you plan to ask your boss for a raise, you'll find a few useful suggestions in the book. When you're selling or buying stuff at a garage/rummage/yard sale this book will save you money. Furthermore, and this is most interesting and another reason to put this book on your summer reading list. We have a number of missionaries who listen to this podcast, and if you're one of them, especially if you serve in a part of the world where hostage-taking is not unusual you would do well to read Never Split the Difference. The author was deeply involved in the negotiations to secure the release of New Tribes missionaries Martin and Gracia Burnham held hostage by a radical Islamist group in 2001. He comments at length on what went wrong and calls it the “biggest failure in my professional life.” He talks about it in the first few pages of Chapter 7. It's a tragic story that didn't have to end the way it did. Finally, if you hate conflict, this book is a must-read. Especially the last chapter. There's really good stuff here that you won't find in most other books on dealing with conflict. Structure of the book The paperback version I have is 258 pages in length, which includes a helpful appendix. A footnotes section and index follow. The table of contents lists ten chapters, with a brief phrase that describes each chapter. One of the helpful things about how the book is structured is that except for the first one, each chapter ends with a section he calls “Key Lessons.” It reviews and summarizes the main points the author is trying to get across. I wouldn't recommend reading only this section, as you'll miss the stories the author uses to illustrate each of the key concepts. The book is an easy read for your summer reading list and it won't take long to get through it. The premise of the book The experiences the author shares in hostage negotiations are all interesting and engaging. And there's a heavy dose of that. But more than this, I enjoyed and learned from how he related to people so very different from the kind of people you and I interact with. Reading the book will raise the relational intelligence level of most readers. I've been a student of listening for many years and I learned principles and techniques of listening I have not come across anywhere else. In fact, if I were to teach a college course on listening, this book would be required reading in my syllabus. While I'm waiting for the teaching offers to pour in, I'm content for now to just recommend you put Never Split the Difference on your summer reading list. Passages from the book that grabbed me I'll start by sharing some passages from the book that grabbed me, because I think they will grab you, too. One line from the book that I won't soon forget is this question, “How am I supposed to do that?” You can use it when buying a car and the salesman wants you to pay more than you want to pay. I used it when I sold a car for my son when the buyer wanted to pay less than what my son wanted to sell it for. It worked! Our daughter used the same line when she and her husband sold a house they had rehabbed. “How am I supposed to sell the house for X, when we've already put in Y thousands of dollars to fix it up?” It worked for them, too. The author goes into the psychology of why this one question is so effective. I won't go into it here. It's another reason to put Never Split the Difference on your summer reading list. The author suggests several other questions in chapter 7 to ask that would be helpful for the parties involved in dealing with marital issues, parenting, and differences between friends, neighbors, and co-workers. I will list them in the show notes, but for now, here they are: What about this is important to you? How can I help make this better for us? How would you like me to proceed? What is it that brought us into this situation? How can we solve this problem? What is the objective?/What are we trying to accomplish here? People who lie to us Following this, in chapter 8, author Chris Voss cites a Harvard University study showing that “on average, liars use more words than truth-tellers and far more third-person pronouns. They start talking about him, her, it. one, they, and their rather than I, in order to put some distance between themselves and the lie.” Throughout the book, the author sprinkles in results of various research studies that show me he's not just shooting from the hip in presenting his arguments. “My name is Chris” Also in chapter 8 is an interesting relational technique I'm going to try sometime. The author writes: “A few years ago I was in a bar in Kansas with a bunch of fellow FBI negotiators. The bar was packed, but I saw one empty chair. I moved toward it but just as I got ready to sit the guy next to it said, ‘Don't even think about it.” “Why? I asked, and he said, “Because I'll kick your …. [I'll stop and let you figure out what part of the anatomy the guy was going to kick].” Back to the author's story. “He was big, burly, and already drunk, but look, I'm a lifelong hostage negotiator - I gravitate toward tense situations that need mediation like a moth to the flame. “I held out my hand to shake his and said, ‘My name is Chris.' “The dude froze. and in the pause my fellow FBI guys moved in, patted him on the shoulders, and offered to buy him a drink. Turned out he was a Vietnam veteran at a particularly low point. He was in a packed bar where the entire world seemed to be celebrating. The only thing he could think of was to fight. But as soon as I became ‘Chris,' everything changed. I just love this story of how he diffused the guy's anger, and how once he knew more of the man's story he viewed him with compassion. It's another reason to put the book on your summer reading list. I've learned over the years that when I see an angry person, there's usually a hurt, sad, or fearful person underneath the angry exterior. The Chris discount The author goes on to tell another story right after the bar incident. He was in a shopping mall and picked out some shirts he wanted to buy. The checkout clerk asked him if he wanted to join their frequent buyer program. “I asked her if I got a discount for joining and she said, ‘No.' “So I decided to try another angle. I said in a friendly manner, ‘My name is Chris. What is the Chris discount?' “She looked from the register, met my eyes, and gave a little laugh. ‘I'll have to ask my manager, Kathy,' she said and turned to the woman who'd been standing next to her. “Kathy, who'd heard the whole exchange, said ‘The best I can do is ten percent.' “Humanize yourself. Use your name to introduce yourself. Say it in a fun, friendly way. Let them enjoy the interaction, too. And get your own special price.” I love this guy's approach. I wish this guy was a neighbor. This second story Chris Voss shared certainly humanizes himself for me. It's a great example of what I've been saying lately at the end of each episode, spread a little relational sunshine this week. Use a little humor. Lighten things up in our relationships. Make people smile every now and then. Bargaining In chapter 9 he tells two stories of how what he learned in hostage negotiation that helped him buy a car that listed for $36,000. He got the dealership to sell it to him for $30,000. He also shared a story of one of his MBA students negotiating a rent decrease after it had just gone up. The Author says this about negotiating that applies to any relationship, “It's not how well you speak, but how well you listen that determines your success.” For me, the most inspiring part of the book comes near the end, in chapter 10: “Every engineer, every executive, every child - all of us want to believe we are capable of the extraordinary. As children, our daydreams feature ourselves as primary players in great moments: an actor winning an Oscar, an athlete hitting the game-winning shot. As we grow older, however, our parents, teachers, and friends talk more of what we can't and shouldn't do than what is possible. We begin to lose faith. A map to joy “But when someone displays a passion for what we've always wanted and conveys a purposeful plan of how to get there, we allow our perceptions of what's possible to change. We're all hungry for a map to joy, and when someone is courageous enough to draw it for us, we naturally follow.” What he says here so reminds me of a text I received a few months ago, completely out of the blue, from a former student of mine decades ago when I was a teacher. Geraldine has stayed in touch with Janet and me over the years and wrote the following: Hi John! I hope this finds you and Janet happy and healthy! I just want to let you know how you inspired my life. I would not be a nurse without you. You told me so many years ago that I was smart enough to go to college. I have touched so many lives because of you. Thank you for that! Sincerely, Geraldine This brought tears to my eyes. Without even knowing it I drew a “map to joy” for her so long ago. I bet many of you have done the same thing for others, too. It's such a great privilege to do so. Conflict Back to the author. He writes: “If this book accomplishes only one thing, I hope it gets you over the fear of conflict and encourages you to navigate it with empathy. If you're going to be great at anything - a great negotiator, a great manager, a great husband, a great wife - you're going to have to do that. You're going to have to ignore that little genie who's telling you to give up, to just get along - as well as that other genie who's telling you to lash out and yell.” And finally, the last few lines near the end of the book read as follows: “… I'm going to leave you with one request: Whether it's in the office or around the family dinner table, don't avoid honest, clear conflict. It will get you the best car price, the higher salary, and the largest donation. It will also save your marriage, your friendship, and your family. “One can only be an exceptional negotiator, and a great person by both listening and speaking clearly and empathically; treating counterparts - and oneself - with dignity and respect; and most of all by being honest about what one wants and what one can - and cannot - do. Every negotiation, every conversation, every moment of life is a series of small conflicts, that managed well, can rise to creative beauty. “Embrace them.” So what does all this mean for YOU? Are you creating a map for joy for anyone? Has anyone done it for you? If so, thank them, even if it's decades later, like Geraldine did for me. Finally, and I hope this is obvious by now, put Never Split the Difference on your summer reading list. If you buy it from Amazon, please use the link I have at the bottom of the show notes. This will generate a very small commission for our missionary Care ministry, Caring for Others. The book won't cost you any more. Here's the main takeaway I hope you remember from today's episode Reading Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss will raise your level of relational intelligence in an entertaining way. It will increase your relationship skills and bring more joy into your life. Please let me know what you think about today's episode. I'd love to hear from you. Closing In closing, I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, to get the book Never Split the Difference and put into practice some of the things you heard today. It will help you experience the joy of relationships God intends for you. Because after all, You Were Made for This. That's about it for today. Be sure to check out the links at the bottom of the show notes. And remember to spread a little relational sunshine with the people you met this week. Oh, and don't forget to ask for the “John discount.” That's “John with an h.” Let me know how that works for you. Until we meet up again next week, goodbye for now. Related episodes/resources you may want to check out 154: How to Listen Like a Hostage Negotiator 139: Why Should I Listen to This Podcast?- Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss NOTE: As an Amazon Associate, Caring for Others earns a small commission from qualifying purchases. Our Sponsor You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We are supported by the generosity of people like you to continue this weekly podcast and other services we provide to missionaries around the world.

Winning In Asia: A ZoZo Go Podcast
Roger Atkins: Why I Chose The Jaguar I-Pace Over The Tesla Model X And The Audi E-tron.

Winning In Asia: A ZoZo Go Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 46:40


Roger Atkins is, without a doubt, one of the most knowledgeable and influential voices in the world of electric vehicles. He has a following of several hundred thousand people on LinkedIn. What people like about Roger is his deep knowledge, his self-deprecating sense of humor and his candor. In this episode of Driving With Dunne, I ask Roger about his 18 months of experience driving a Jaguar I-PACE. Why did he choose the Jaguar over other electric models? What have been the highs and lows? And, most important, will his next car be an I PACE - or something completely different? We also touch on the time he had afternoon tea in London with Richard Branson. And whom he considers the most impressive executive in the global electric car business.#DrivingWithDunne / #ZozoGo https://twitter.com/Dunne_ZoZoGohttps://www.instagram.com/zo.zo.go/?hl=enhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-dunne-a696901a/

Newsy Jacuzzi
Kid News This Week: Reptiles at risk, rocket catch-and-carry, lunar art, longest glass-bottom bridge

Newsy Jacuzzi

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 18:15


Luxury Travel Insider
Southeast Asia | Aman: Balanced, Understated, and Dramatic

Luxury Travel Insider

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 32:04


My guest today is Tom Rutherford, the Regional Director for three gorgeous Aman hotels in Southeast Asia - Amansara in Cambodia, Amantaka in Laos, and Amanoi in Vietnam.  When you head to this region of the world, especially away from the hustle and bustle of the major cities… time just seems to slow down. Here there is enough time for the Laotian farmer to tend to the animals, the crops, break bread with his neighbors, and honor his family. There's enough space on the beaches of Vietnam to quiet your mind, and enough grounding history in Cambodia to inspire you to get back to your purpose for being.  Combine this atmosphere with the Aman ethos for wellness, beautiful architecture, and some of the best service in the world and you'll understand why guests come back to these gems over and over.  Tom and I chat about all of this, plus why now is a phenomenal time to be visiting Southeast Asia.    Learn more at www.luxtravelinsider.com   Connect with me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn

The Irish Tech News Podcast
Using DeFi to fund impact infrastructure projects

The Irish Tech News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 34:01


Jillian Godsil talks with Stanley Boots, a man of many hats from Zoo Keeper, to Lawyer to Crypto Advocate and co founder of Silta Finance - a company funding impact projects by crowd funding with cryptocurrency Stanley Boots is a co-founder of Silta Finance, the DeFi bridge to a sustainable future. He is also a co-founder of Frontier Law & Advisory, an advisory firm in the project finance and infrastructure sectors. Stanley has 23 years legal experience in project finance, renewable energy and infrastructure development mainly in Southeast Asia. He was previously an renewable energy and infrastructure lawyer with DLA Piper and Hogan Lovells. Stanley is a well-known voice in Vietnam's PPP development. Linkedin Twitter

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 2 | Quitting Is Ok...Sometimes @ConwayShow @MarkTLive

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 35:21


That's a stupid horse – How was that horse qualified for that race? // Mark T Back problems – When your back goes out life is miserable // Franky Rasuli grabs a guys balls in the airport until he apologizes // Renting on a cruise ship // Mark's Travel – Vietnam was a great place to travel // Never been to Japan // Don't let your kid quit or they will quit everything // A lot of people get that emotional bug… Tim didn't // Happy Nurse Week – Conway makes terrible joke about angry nurse // Getting the house to yourself when you're married is the greatest // AC on full blast!

House of Mystery True Crime History
E.C. Hanes - The Bus to Beulah

House of Mystery True Crime History

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 48:28


On her way to a new job in America, Maria Puente accidentally discovers a human trafficking ring. Fearing exposure, the American company that manages the operation—with the help of their Mexican partners—kidnaps Maria.Maria's disappearance triggers a desperate search, by her family and local law enforcement, to find her before the kidnappers can permanently dispose of her. As the investigation unfolds, long-time Hogg County high sheriff Will Moser confronts Albert Waters, a powerful businessman who Will suspects knows about Maria's disappearance—but Albert and his Mexican cartel partners prove to be brick walls.At the urging of his wife, Lana, Will calls on Elijah Kahn, a man he got to know while serving in Vietnam who now runs one of the largest international security firms in the world. The idea of working with men who are rightly known as mercenaries troubles Will, but he knows he'll never find Maria without Elijah's help—and when Lana reminds Will of the debt they owe to Tomas Delgado, Maria's uncle, his hesitation evaporatesSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/houseofmysteryradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Operation Linebacker launched on May 10, 1972. It marked the first bombing of Hanoi in North Vietnam since the end of Operation Rolling Thunder in November 1968. I was a ground spare, waiting to launch in the even that any of the strike F-4 aircraft from Ubon Royal Thai Air Base aborted, either on the ground or in the air. I sat in my fully armed aircraft and waited for all of the strike aircraft to launch, then conttinued to wait until they had all reached the airborne pre-strike tanker aircraft, then I de-armed and taxied back to the parking revetment. And then I waited for my brothers to return. A few hours later, they all did. ALL of them. The next day, May 11, 1972, was my turn to fly, as Number Two in Dingus Flight. (Later, strike aircraft carried tree call-signs - Maple, Elm, Walnut, etc. - but at this point in the operation we used call signs from the VCSL - Voice Call Sign List.)  During the pre-flight briefing, Wing Commander Colonel Carl Miller made an announcement: “Yesterday, we had a close call. One of our aircraft mis-ID'd an aircraft and fired at one of our aircraft. Lucily, he missed, but we can't have that again. Effective immediately, the Rules of Engagements are changed. All MiGs are silver. You MAY NOT fire at a camouflaged aircraft. If I hear that you fire at a camouflaged airplane I'll ship your ass home the minute you land. Any Questions?” None of us had any questions. It was pretty clear. MiGs are silver. On this day, like the previous day, our Wing Commander would lead the strike. The Commander of the 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron, my squadron, would be the lead of Dingus Flight. I was put in the Number Two position because I was still a fairly new pilot, an “FNG”, and the Number Two position was a place where the flight lead could keep a close watch on the FNG. Our target would be the Bac Mai Airfield. We took off as the sun rose, headed north over Laos for our refueling, and proceeded toward our target. My back-seater was First Lieutenant Johnny Wyatt. Johnny was an “old head”: he had been on the strike over Hanoi the previous day, so he knew what to expect. We ingressed the target area in spread formation, approximately 1000 feet between aircraft. I was on Lead's right. Just as Lead rocked us in to close “fingertip” formation for our bomb run, Johnny screamed at me. “We got a SAM (Surface-to-Air Missile) at four o'clock! Break right!” I had no idea what a SAM looked like in flight, and I didn't see it. “I don't see it.” “It's a f@#cing SAM! BREAK RIGHT!” When easy-going Johnny is screaming, I knew it was serious. I broke hard right. Shortly after that, the SAM exploded right where I would have been. Listen to the podcast for the rest of the story!

Coinbase: Around The Block
GameFi & the Next Billion Users with Ancient8's Howard Xu

Coinbase: Around The Block

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:07


Following the breakout of crypto-gaming in 2021, “GameFi” continues to show promise in onboarding the next billion crypto users. The opportunity is particularly exciting in places like Vietnam, where citizens increasingly view crypto as a way to climb the economic ladder. In this conversation with Ancient8 founder Howard Xu, we discuss the state of the GameFi, and why Vietnam is emerging as a leader for crypto adoption. Want to join Howard in building the future of GameFi? Ancient8 is hiring! Today's conversation is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal or investment advice. Actual results may vary materially from any forward-looking statements made and are subject to risks and uncertainties.Check our homepage for more episodes and exclusive content from Around the Block: https://coinbase.com/aroundtheblock

China Stories
[Week in China] The diversification trade

China Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 15:11


Analysts mull ramifications of Vietnam's exports now surpassing Shenzhen's.Read the article in Week in China: https://www.weekinchina.com/2022/05/the-diversification-trade/Narrated by Kaiser Kuo.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Conflict of Interest
The Vietnam War, with Cerys Matthews

Conflict of Interest

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 56:14


The Vietnam War is one of the twentieth century's most well-known conflicts. It has become a buzzword for military failure, synonymous with the most horrific aspects of irregular warfare between states and guerilla forces, and has had a profound impact on politics and popular culture in the United States and around the world. But why did America get involved in the first place? Who were the Viet Cong and the Viet Minh? Why were there mass peace protests back in the US? And what lessons, if any, can be learned from the conflict?  In this episode we were joined by Cerys Matthews - singer, songwriter, author, and BBC Radio 6 broadcaster, alongside Phan Thi Kim Phuc, better known as the ‘Napalm Girl', and renowned photographer Don McCullin.  —------ CREDITS:  Excerpt from ‘Eisenhower Two Vietnams' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPet4zFh4sI&ab_channel=M.D.Jones   Excerpt from Lyndon B. Johnson-Speech on Vietnam (September 29, 1967) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Tf2xGb5Nsg&ab_channel=MCamericanpresident   Excerpt from Kennedy Speaks On Vietnam (1962): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iph_KkKLfcA&ab_channel=BritishPath%C3%A9   Excerpt from Behind The Viet Cong Lines (1965) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6sPC1YLIdM&ab_channel=NuclearVault Excerpt from NBC News Special Report, January 31, 1968 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wA8n114eYXc&ab_channel=NewsActive3   Excerpt from President Richard Nixon Address to the Nation on the War in Vietnam, November 3, 1969 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPpOBu2LNCo&ab_channel=RichardNixonPresidentialLibrary   Exerpt from 50 years ago: Walter Cronkite calls for the U.S. to get out of Vietnam https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dn2RjahTi3M&ab_channel=CBSEveningNews

Life on the Line
#123 Nick Howlett Vol II

Life on the Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 28:11


Angus Hordern continues his interview with Vietnam War SAS veteran Nick Howlett. Life on the Line tracks down Australian military veterans and records their stories. In the second part of his conversation with Angus Hordern, Nick Howlett details patrols and hot extractions during the 1969-70 3 Squadron SAS deployment to Vietnam. Nick tells Angus about his post-Vietnam career, the paratroop jump that ended it all, his difficulties with PTSD, his views on transition out of the military and his peaceful life today on his boat. Listen to Volume I before listening to this episode. Episodes referenced at the end of the podcast include: #18 Don Barnby Vol I #18 Don Barnby Vol II Panel - Life After Service Life After Service - Don Barnby To see photos related to today's interview, visit our website - www.lifeonthelinepodcast.com - or follow us on social media: @lifeonthelinepodcast on Facebook and Instagram, @LOTLpod on Twitter and 'Thistle Productions' on LinkedIn.

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne
Episode 2299 – South Korea and the Vietnam War

Vietnam Veteran News with Mack Payne

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 16:12


Episode 2299 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature a story about the participation of South Korea in the American Vietnam War and its lingering effects today. The featured story comes from The Diplomat and is titled:  K-Dramas Resurrect … Continue reading → The post Episode 2299 – South Korea and the Vietnam War appeared first on .

All Ears English Podcast
3 Success Tips from a Silicon Valley CEO with ELSA Founder Vu Van

All Ears English Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 21:04


Click here to try ELSA now Special limited time offer available for All Ears English listeners! Get 85% off your lifetime pro membership Get 40% off your 1-year pro membership What is ELSA (English Language Speech Assistant): Get your own personal pronunciation assistant! Stop feeling embarrassed about your pronunciation. Get immediate feedback on your pronunciation so that people will understand you clearly. Go here to get ELSA Pro Now What does it take to achieve your dreams in a new culture? In today's episode you will meet Vu Van, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur from Vietnam who moved to the US, overcame her language and culture challenges, and built a wildly popular app with 40 million users. Listen in for success tip to achieve your dream across cultures today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Conspiracy Social Club AKA Deep Waters
Ep. 55 | Don't Gaslight Me Bro

Conspiracy Social Club AKA Deep Waters

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 87:22


The boys talk about Bryan gaslighting Sam, why Toledo Ohio is Sam's Vietnam, why Bryan is the Jesus of comedy, and a Bill Gates conspiracy. New episodes and video twice a week at https://rokfin.com/conspiracysocialclub Dates at https://samtripoli.com and https://www.bryancallen.com Merch at https://akadeepwaters.com/

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
How to Stop Making Cancer with Dr. Thomas Lodi

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 38:36


Dr. Thomas Lodi has been practicing medicine for over 34 years. He established one of the first integrative oncology centers in the world in New York in 2002 and although he occasionally sees patients with a variety of medical conditions, Dr. Lodi has narrowed his scope of practice through specific training and extensive experience over the past 20 years to Integrative Oncology (caring for people with cancer). Dr. Lodi is also a certified instructor of physicians in Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) and is certified in both oxidative and chelation therapies (see CV).  In 2005, Dr. Lodi founded and has been the CEO and executive medical director of An Oasis of Healing in Arizona, which is still alive and well.  Over the past 9 years, he has founded and served as the Chief Integrative Oncology Consultant for several cancer centers in Bangkok and Phuket, Thailand, and has expanded his consulting services to include Malaysia, India, Vietnam, and Dubai.  Dr. Lodi also founded and is CEO of the Institute of Integrative Oncology in Singapore in 2014 and is currently the founding member and CEO of Oasis International in Phuket, Thailand. In this episode of Wellness Warriors, Dr. Lodi reminds us that the question is not ‘How do I get rid of cancer?' but rather ‘How do I stop making cancer?'.  He explains his three-prong approach to healing and walks us through each step.  Understanding that the mental/emotional aspect is a large part of healing, Dr. Lodi encourages women to work through those relationships to find out where their hearts lie.

My History Can Beat Up Your Politics
History of a History: Ken Burn's "The Civil War"

My History Can Beat Up Your Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 36:55


As Ken Burns moves on to Ben Franklin and Ernest Hemmingway, Vietnam and other topics. it's worthwhile to note how much of our history and historical sense on things, comes from his programs. As old VHS tapes fade, we look at the series that gave so many modern Americans their 'vision' of the Civil War. We take a look at his groundbreaking series, its impact, and how it looks amid today's controversies. In the process, Bruce sees commonality in Burns's approach and his own podcast. This was originally a premium or Patreon episode, now available to all listeners. Unlock content that is only available to Patreon supporters: Support the Podcast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/mhcbuyp Email sales@advertisecast.com to enquire about advertising on the podcast. Our advertiser is Athletic Greens and their product AG1 - nutritional insurance for you, just take a scoop of AG1 in a glass of cold water each day. Athletic Greensis going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit http://www.athleticgreens.com/MYHIST Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices