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Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast
Blood Red: Liverpool Given Premier League Chance As Kostas Tsimikas Wins Reds FA Cup

Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 40:31


Kostas Tsimikas was the Liverpool hero against Chelsea in the FA Cup final - and then West Ham gave the Reds a glimmer of hope by drawing with Manchester City the following day.Matt Addison is joined by Paul Gorst, Theo Squires and Richard Garnett to discuss the Wembley triumph and what might come next, as well as the injuries to Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk, the form of Luis Diaz and Sadio Mane, and much more.

Walking With Dante
Fireflies, Elijah, And Messy Metaphors: Inferno, Canto XXVI, Lines 25 - 48

Walking With Dante

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 26:36


Our first glimpse into the eighth of the evil pouches (the malebolge) that make up the giant circle of fraud in Dante's INFERNO. Except nothing's as clear as it should be. Two complex metaphors, a bumbling pilgrim, and a useless Virgil: it all adds up to the sort of interpretive fun we expect from Dante. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as we slow-walk with Dante across hell and beyond. We're gearing up for one of the best sinners of hell. And it's proving challenging from the start. Here are the segments for this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [01:13] My English translation of the passage: Inferno, Canto XXVI, lines 25 - 48. If you'd like to read along or even comment on this episode, go to my website, markscarbrough.com. [03:41] The first metaphor: the rustic fellow, watching the fireflies at the summer solstice. [08:14] The second metaphor: Elijah's flaming chariot, leaving Elisha behind. [10:45] These metaphors are very curious. How exactly are the comparisons being made? [13:26] Two more Biblical references in this passage: from James 3 and its condemnation of the tongue, as well as Acts 2 and the tongues of fire at Pentecost. [15:48] Why does Dante the pilgrim almost fall into the 8th evil pouch? And what is Virgil's role here? [18:46] The peasant at the start of this passage is an echo of the one at the start of Inferno, Canto XXIV. Might this link be thematic? [21:48] Reading all of Canto XXVI so far to show the fractures in the text.

Mahoning Drive-In Radio
048 - Mahoning Drive-In Radio: Robbie Mack, President of Filmack Studios

Mahoning Drive-In Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 49:55


Jeff, Virgil and Mark chat with Robbie Mack, third generation President of Filmack Studios, the company that brought such iconic preshow and intermission ads as "Let's All Go To The Lobby", "The Dancing Hot Dog", "Pic" and "Chilly Dilly" to indoor and outdoor screens since 1919, about the history of the company, how changing times and technologies have impacted their work, and moviegoing memories. Recorded 3/16/22 For more on Filmack visit: http://www.filmack.com/ To follow the progress of an upcoming documentary on Filmack, LET'S ALL GO TO THE LOBBY, visit: https://www.facebook.com/LetsAllGoToTheLobbyMovie For exclusive additional podcasts, videos, sneak peeks, and on-site discounts, visit the Mahoning Drive-In Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/mahoningdrivein https://www.mahoningdit.com/ https://www.facebook.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://www.instagram.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://twitter.com/mahoningdit --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mahoningdrivein/message

Walking With Dante
Poetic Theory In The Crack Between Two Evil Pouches: Inferno, Canto XXVI, Lines 13 - 24

Walking With Dante

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 21:31


Dante and his guide, Virgil, leave the seventh of the evil pouches (the malebolge) of fraud by means of a rocky scramble. Then the poet stops and drops into a short discussion of poetic theory. He's coming to understand how he has to write his own masterwork, COMEDY. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, for this short passage from INFERNO, sandwiched between two tour-de-force performances in the poem. Here are the segments of this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [01:52] My English translation of the passage: Inferno, Canto XXVI, lines 13 - 24. If you'd like to read along or drop a comment about this episode or passage, go to my website, markscarbrough.com. [03:11] The pilgrim has to climb the stairs up from the seventh pouch, which anticipates the greater climb ahead on Mount Purgatory. [06:20] The pilgrim and his guide are strolling along and scrambling, too. Is that disconnect an allegory for the passage ahead? [08:39] Dante the poet always comes back to geography as the "ground" of his story. [11:38] Dante's first notion of his poetics: pulling the reins on talent so it doesn't run in front of virtue. [15:17] Dante's second notion of his poetics: human suffering disciplines talent. [18:15] Is Dante's discussion of his poetics anticipating Ulysses just ahead of us? Or Mount Purgatory, far ahead of us?

Mahoning Drive-In Radio
047 - Mahoning Drive-In Radio: Linnea Quigley

Mahoning Drive-In Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 39:57


Virgil and Mark chat with scream queen legend Linnea Quigley (RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD, NIGHT OF THE DEMONS, HOLLYWOOD CHAINSAW HOOKERS) about her Drive-In memories, early career, punk rock period, animal rescue, and more. Recorded 3/15/22 To follow Linnea online, visit: https://linnea-quigley.com https://www.instagram.com/linneaquigley https://twitter.com/LinneaQuigley For exclusive additional podcasts, videos, sneak peeks, and on-site discounts, visit the Mahoning Drive-In Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/mahoningdrivein https://www.mahoningdit.com/ https://www.facebook.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://www.instagram.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://twitter.com/mahoningdit Episode analytics --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mahoningdrivein/message

Cosmopunk: A Starfinder Podcast
Cosmopunk 50 - The Guards and the Golem (Glitch)

Cosmopunk: A Starfinder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 63:39


Last time, the party finally arrived at Camp Hummingbird with a bit of extra help and speed from a mysterious Jester, Virgil. They discover it to be much more developed than they were expecting. Hordes of roaming undead from the forest are a constant threat and seem to be increasing in numbers by the day. In the midst of this crisis, the party discover that Captain Meyor has gone absent from the camp - on an investigation into the old elven city in the middle of the forest. The party decide to search for the Captain in the morning, but just as they are about to turn in for the night, DAAVE reappears and scalds the party for tampering with the game's inner workings again. He locks the party out of their real-world bodies, promising a sinister end for them all! Now trapped inside their digital avatars, the crew sleeps ... with one eye open ... Like what you hear? Cosmopunk is a comedy sci-fi-fantasy podcast set in Paizo's Starfinder universe and releasing every two weeks! Subscribe to us on ITUNES, SPOTIFY, PODBEAN or wherever you listen to your podcasts! www.cosmopunk.carrd.co Intro and Outro music : Reformat - Vectrex (www.reformat.bandcamp.com) Glitch Theme music : [No Copyright Music] - Whisper In The Deep (https://royaltyfreezone.bandcamp.com/)

Frame of Mind
Art Rooted in the Earth

Frame of Mind

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 13:41


Can art save your life? According to Virgil Ortiz, an artist from the Cochiti Pueblo in New Mexico, it can. For Virgil, making pottery with traditional materials and methods is a kind of therapy, a fundamental expression of his culture across generations. Virgil describes how the process itself brings him a sense of purpose and connection to his family, including the prayers he recites before he and his nephews dig clay from their ancestral lands. Given this living legacy, it was a significant moment for Virgil to visit The Met for the first time and see his culture represented in the Charles and Valerie Diker Collection of Native American art. Tune in to hear his story about art's connection to belonging. Guest: Virgil Ortiz, artist and teacher Learn more about the Art of Native America: The Charles and Valerie Diker Collection at www.metmuseum.org/diker www.metmuseum.org/frameofmind #FrameofMind

AWIPOD
Mayor of Superstars: SummerSlam 1992

AWIPOD

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 58:20


On a very special Mayor of Superstars The Mayor and Brent are watching SummerSlam 1992! This is part one of a 3 part series as we relive the last major WWE PPV outside of the United States! We See LOD vs Money INC, Nails vs Virgil and Shawn Michaels vs Rick Martel! If you like what you hear and want to kick us a few bucks to keep this podcast thing a running visit Patreon.com/AWIPOD! Hear us on SportzWire Radio www.sportanarium.com/player Follow The Mayor and AWIPOD On Twitter! Twitter.com/Mayorofcanton Twitter.com/AWIPOD Follow us on Instagram and Twitch (We're live every Friday) Instagram.com/AWIPOD Twitch.tv/AWIPOD --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awipod/message

Broncos Country Tonight
05-02-22 Jalen Virgil with Ryan and Ben

Broncos Country Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 10:06


Jalen Virgil, @jayvirg81, joined the show to discuss becoming a member of the Broncos as a UDFA, and what he could bring to the team.

AWIPOD
Mayor Of Superstars: SummerSlam 1992 Pt. 1

AWIPOD

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 58:19


On a very special Mayor of Superstars The Mayor and Brent are watching SummerSlam 1992! This is part one of a 3 part series as we relive the last major WWE PPV outside of the United States! We See LOD vs Money INC, Nails vs Virgil and Shawn Michaels vs Rick Martel! If you like what you hear and want to kick us a few bucks to keep this podcast thing a running visit Patreon.com/AWIPOD! Hear us on SportzWire Radio www.sportanarium.com/player Follow The Mayor and AWIPOD On Twitter! Twitter.com/Mayorofcanton Twitter.com/AWIPOD Follow us on Instagram and Twitch (We're live every Friday) Instagram.com/AWIPOD Twitch.tv/AWIPOD --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awipod/message

Playmaker's Corner
Playmaker's Corner Episode 157: Requests Part 57 (Terijh Newton, Chase Fambro, Elhadj Fall, Colton Foegen, Jack Virgil, and Clayton Robinson)

Playmaker's Corner

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 56:56


Kodey doubles back for our very patient out-of-state seniors who have been waiting months then flies back to the box state to discuss some linebackers on the 2 and 3A levels with college prospects! Timestamps: 0:00-1:10 Intro/Clarification 1:11-10:15-Terijh Newton 10:25-20:07-Chase Fambro 20:17-30:48-Elhadj Fall 30:58-38:50-Colton Foegen 39:00-44:55-Jack Virgil 45:05-55:00-Clayton Robinson 55:01-End-Outro and Announcements https://linktr.ee/PlaymakersCorner Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlaymakerCorner Tik Tok: Playmakers Corner Instagram: https:https://www.instagram.com/playmakerscorner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlaymakerCorner Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEcv0BIfXT78kNEtk1pbxQ/featured Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/playmakerscorner Website: https://playmakerscorner.com/ Listen to us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4rkM8hKtf8eqDPy2xqOPqr Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cycle-365/id1484493484?uo=4 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-cycle-365 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mODg4MWYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz

The Forest of Symbols
Bees, Pt. 2

The Forest of Symbols

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 98:46


Samson's riddle, Virgil's ritual, Milton's Hell, and Junger's prophecy. Music by PhaseGoht. Support the show at https://www.patreon.com/symbolpod. Follow @Aldous Asterion.

Intuitive Awakening
115: Virgil speaks about Twin Flames + Soulmates

Intuitive Awakening

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 51:19


Hi listeners! I am finally covering romance/love on this podcast to some degree. This week Virgil answers questions about twin flames and soulmates. He addresses some common misconceptions about what twin flames are and even touches on manifesting romantic relationships and physical attraction. As always, I never know how these conversations will go or where they will lead, but please enjoy. Thank you for listening. *Listeners: If you are interested in getting a reading from Virgil, you can contact Nydia at: Website: https://www.the-gifted-gemini.com/ Email:Thehealinggemini111@gmail.com IG: the_gifted_gemini_111

On The Virg
Virgil Reviews the 2022 Masters - S4E16

On The Virg

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 46:20


This week, Virgil breaks down the Masters, plus:Coaches leaving sportThe cost of winningRecent great readsNever feeling that you are enough

The Creative Endeavour
Episode #50 Virgil Elliott

The Creative Endeavour

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 115:45


Virgil Elliott knows traditional oil painting, in fact, he wrote the book on it! It was a few years ago that I stumbled upon his book "Traditional Oil Painting" and read through, I quickly realised that there were many things I didn't know about my own profession; in fact there were many things I was doing in the studio that were causing irreversible harm to the paintings I had painstakingly crafted. Reading Virgil's book, and then joining the private Facebook page by the same name, represented a paradigm shift in my work. Virgil's teachings fundamentally changed the way I approach painting. In this conversation I wanted to revisit some of the themes we discussed way back in episode 2, when we spoke last, and pick up where we left off. This episode is one to keep coming back to: have a notebook handy!  Here's Virgil's latest Instructional Video: https://painttube.tv/products/virgil-elliott-traditional-oil-painting-the-principles-of-visual-reality Here's a link to the latest edition of his book! https://www.echopointbooks.com/art/traditional-oil-painting

Official UEFA Champions League Podcast
Podcast: Liverpool take control against Villarreal

Official UEFA Champions League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 30:00


Sadio Mane helped Liverpool to a 2-0 win over Villarreal in the first leg of the semi-finals. We hear from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, as well as Virgil van Dijk, Jordan Henderson and Andy Robertson. Plus we get the thoughts from the Villarreal camp, hearing from Arnaut Danjuma and Etienne Capoue. 

The After Dinner Scholar
Dante and The Sin of Ulysses with Prof. Adam Cooper

The After Dinner Scholar

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 23:42


The eighth circle of Dante's Hell are the Malabolge, the evil ditches. In the eighth evil ditch false counselors are punished, trapped in flames. Dante the pilgrim asks Virgil his guide about one flame in particular Virgil answers, "Within this flame find torment Ulysses and Diomedes.” Ulysses is also known as Odysseus who, after conquering Troy, wandered ten years trying to get home to his kingdom of Ithaca, to his father, Laertes, to his beloved wife, Penelope, and to their son Telemachus. After he finally returns to all that was dear to him, Dante tells us, Odysseus succumbed to wanderlust "to gain experience of the world and learn about man's vices, and his worth." The voyage did not end well. Death and Hell take him. But did he deserve to be in Hell? Was his sin really as great as all that?  Prof. Adam Cooper has been teaching Dante helps us understand.

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
April 25-2: Three crypto cases: #OneCoin argument for new trial based on Konstantin Ignatov perjury; Fowler DOES plead guilty, and #NorthKorea Virgil Griffith "co-conspirators" indicted

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 1:47


VLOG: 3 crypto cases: #OneCoin argument for new trial based on Konstantin Ignatov perjury; Fowler DOES plead guilty, and #NorthKorea Virgil Griffith "co-conspirators" indicted

Why? The Podcast
Why? Episode 193- Virgil from the Mahoning Drive-In Theater

Why? The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 36:03


If you've ever been to a drive-in movie theater, you know the joy of seeing a movie outside, surrounded by people. And, what was once a vanishing part of Americana is seeing a bit of a renaissance. We talked with Virgil Cardamone, the film booker at the Mahoning Drive-In Movie Theater, located in Lehighton, PA.If hearing Virgil talk about film and the drive-in doesn't make you want to go see a movie right now, you don't like movies. For more information, check out the Mahoning's website, and you can follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Vertical Church / Iglesia Vertical
He Is The Way, The Truth, And The Life // HE IS JESUS // Virgil Sierra

Vertical Church / Iglesia Vertical

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 40:21


He Is The Way, The Truth, And The Life // HE IS JESUS // Virgil Sierra

Vertical Church / Iglesia Vertical
He Is Our Passover Lamb // HE IS JESUS // Virgil Sierra

Vertical Church / Iglesia Vertical

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 56:49


He Is Our Passover Lamb // HE IS JESUS // Virgil Sierra

Keepin It 100 with Konnan

On the 303rd episode of K100 w/Konnan & Disco, Jeff Katz returns with more talk about movies and wrestling, including Cena in movies, ESPN, Sting in WWE, Cody Rhodes, WrestleMania, Nick Khan, Impact, AEW booking, CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Roman Reigns & Paul Heyman and so much more! Billi Bhatti's Hot News has the scoops on Baron Corbin, FTR, new banned WWE terminology, Brock Lesnar, Edge's stable, and Smackdown, plus boxing talk and a new pro wrestling star system! The listener mailbag covers MLW/La Parka, Cody vs. Keller, AEW Good Friday incident, Virgil, Tony Khan's Twitter bot Tweet, rumors of a Smiley/Steiner fight and more!Get Interactive on Twitter @Konnan5150 @TheRealDisco @MaskedRepublic @JFFeeney3rd @TheCCNetwork1 @K100Konnan @K100Informer @TheHughezy Check out our Patreon site at Konnan.me and Patreon.com/Konnan for extra audio, FULL AD FREE episodes, exclusive video, listener roundtable discussion shows, weekly watch-a-longs, call in shows with Konnan and DI, plus so much more! Go to Manscaped.com and use our new code K100 for 20% off all your below the belt male grooming needs, including a trimmer, razor, cologne, wash and deodorant and more! PLUS, the NEW Lawnmower 4.0!Check out LegacySupps.com and use the code K100 for 10% off of their fat burner, pre workout, testosterone supplement, and sleep aid! Brought to you by friend of the show, Nick Aldis! Plus they now carry Women's supplements, brought to you by Mickie James!

Daily Rosary
April 23, 2022, Holy Rosary (Joyful Mysteries)

Daily Rosary

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 31:15


Friends of the Rosary: The ancient Roman poet Virgil wrote in his Georgics the Latin phase “Tempus fugit”. Translated into English the expression means “times flies”. Noticing that time escapes, and almost nothing endures, might cause desolation and even despair among non-believers. Easter is about highlighting the opposite: the joy that explodes with the Resurrection and the beginning of an eternal time. This sounds great, isn't it? But are behaving accordingly? Mostly, we are not. If we were, our focus would be placed on accumulating richness in Heaven. This Easter, let's see our life in the light of the Resurrection. Let's think about what's ahead of our earthly death. In addition, let's reflect on how we want to arrive at the Final Judgement when our soul will be examined and our deeds considered. Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! [ Second Year Anniversary | In the Memory of María Blanca ] • April 23, 2021, Today's Holy Rosary on YouTube — Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET • In Memoriam of Maria Blanca: Testimonials

The Black Rasslin' Podcast
Giblets & Bitties (w/ MackMania)

The Black Rasslin' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 124:18


This week, The Black Rasslin' Podcast is joined by Evan T. Mack and Flobo Boyce of the MackMania podcast! [We are even joined by Ringer Wrestling super podcast producer, The Wrestling Wrealm 's own Brian H. Waters!] This one gets interesting. Topics of discussion include Virgil's recent tweets about his health, Jonathan Gresham reportedly suffering a concussion at Battle of the Belts II, Bianca Belair defending her Raw Women's Championship at home next week, rumors of Alexa Bliss' frustrations with her booking, as well as a real look at what she adds to the roster, as well as some talk about Sammy Guevara's heel turn, and MUCH more! You know the routine; TAP TF IN every Thursday for 8:35 LIVE! If you aren't subscribed, rectify that! Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/k0ShJU_Fh48 Follow MackMania: https://twitter.com/evantmack https://twitter.com/floboboyce https://twitter.com/ItsMackMania https://www.theringer.com/mack-mania-ringer-wrestling-show Follow Brian H. Waters https://twitter.com/brianhwaters https://www.youtube.com/TheWrestlingWrealm Become a BRPatreon member: www.patreon.com/blackrasslin The Black Rasslin' Podcast Theme is produced by Anikan & Vader. www.instagram.com/anikanandvader/ Subscribe to The Black Rasslin' Podcast: YouTube: youtube.com/c/blackrasslin Apple Podcasts: bit.ly/blackrasslinIT Spotify: bit.ly/blackrasslinSP Google Podcasts: bit.ly/blackrasslinGP SoundCloud: @black-rasslin-podcast

Mahoning Drive-In Radio
045 - Mahoning Drive-In Radio: Kyle Park and Kevin Day of Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company

Mahoning Drive-In Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 75:40


Virgil and Mark welcome Kyle Park, Director of Sales and Marketing, and Kevin Day, Logistics Manager, from Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, to announce a collaboration between our two entities, the limited edition "Showtime at Sundown" Retro American Lager! Hear all about how this product came to be, the ins and outs of the regional beer industry, Devil Dogs, Drive-In memories and more! For more on Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, visit: https://neshaminycreekbrewing.com/ Recorded 4/5/22 For exclusive additional podcasts, videos, sneak peeks, and on-site discounts, visit the Mahoning Drive-In Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/mahoningdrivein https://www.mahoningdit.com/ https://www.facebook.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://www.instagram.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://twitter.com/mahoningdit Episode analytics --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mahoningdrivein/message

Classical Et Cetera
An Epic Classical Christian Homeschool Education | CETC: 116 | Tanya Charlton, Paul Schaeffer, Mitchell Holley

Classical Et Cetera

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 46:40


In what ways does a classical homeschool education benefit from studying Homer and Virgil? Why do we teach that Homer is important? What is an epic poem? How does a summary help in homeschooling your children? Why is Homer in our curriculum? Synopsis: In this episode of Classical Et Cetera, the team sits down to talk about the Iliad, the Odyssey, and the Aneid and how beginners and classicists alike will benefit from reading these books. For those of you wondering about Epic Poetry, this episode is for you!

Rivals of Waterdeep
Mask-erade

Rivals of Waterdeep

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 123:12


DM:LaTia Jacquise  @LaTiaJacquiseCast: Brian Gray as Virgil, Aasimar Storm Sorcerer @urbanbohemianEugenio Vargas as Kent, Tiefling Phantom Rogue @DMJazzyHandsMasood Haque as Gazrick Nomrad,Rock Gnome Druid @MahRudeBoiShareef Jackson as Sharakfa, Tiefling Celestial Warlock, @ShareefJacksonTanya DePass as Selise Astorio, Human Paladin/Ranger, @cypheroftyrRivals is sponsored by the following: Blue Microphones Die Hard Dice - Use Code: Rivals for 10% offWyrmwood Gaming - Use code Rivals for free US ShippingD&D BeyondIdle ChampionsStorm Crow ManorWarriors of WaterdeepPodcast and Stream Producer: NoirEnigma SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @rivalswaterdeepInsta: @rivalsofwaterdeepDiscord: discord.gg/PT6yNuwWebsite: www.rivalsofwaterdeep.comEmail: rivalsofwaterdeep@gmail.comWatch live on Sundays, 10am PT/12pm CT on twitch.tv/rivalsofwaterdeep  

Technical Difficulties Gaming Podcast
Quietus - Moonshadow

Technical Difficulties Gaming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 189:24


Ben takes Greg and Ethan through Quietus, a Forged in the Dark game by Oli Jeffrey, that takes a small group through a melancholy horror which can be supernatural (like The Babadook) or unclear (The Strangers). As the game is designed for one shots, the beginning of the episode will feature the character and world generation before we begin play.Quietus is available from publisher Sinister Beard Games, and through DriveThruRPG. Quietus was also part of the TTRPGs for Trans Rights in Texas bundle on itch.io, so you may already have it.The system is a horror game, and this session will deal with themes of Alzheimer's, Familial Death, Familial Trauma, Degenerative & Mental Illnesses, Body Horror, and Possession. Listener discretion is advised.Two cousins have been called in to help take stock and clean up Uncle Gerard "Jerry" Rhodes' mansion, following Jerry passing away after a five year long battle with an escalating, especially degenerative form of Alzheimer's. Jerry's mansion is filled to the brim with stuff, as he was an antiques dealer. While the pair catalog everything, it becomes clear that something else is in the house. Something evil, and something wanting Chuck and Virgil...Ben - GMEthan - Chuck McCallGreg - Virgil Rhodes

RooftopvibeswithE
Omggg What Happened to Virgil? I was on a List!!

RooftopvibeswithE

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 37:54


Rooftop gang! Tune in to a quick H.O.T (Humble,Open&Transparent) moment

Manchester Football Social
Man United head to Anfield, Liverpool's Quadruple chances and Man City edge closer to Erling Haaland deal as Alexandre Lacazette drops Arsenal future hint

Manchester Football Social

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 52:30


Feargal Brennan, Marley Anderson and Joel Tudor on Tuesday duty ahead of a busy midweek schedule of Premier League action. Manchester United go to Anfield to try and stop the Liverpool juggernaut with Jurgen Klopp's side able to go top with a win on Merseyside. Reds star Virgil van Dijk claims it is 'almost impossible' to win four major trophies in one season but we check out Liverpool's chances of rewriting history next month. Plus Manchester City reportedly agree a Premier League record breaking deal to sign Erling Haaland this summer and Arsenal captain Alexandre Lacazette claims he is considering his future options in North London. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Don Tony Show / Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite
The Sit-Down With Don Tony (EP18) 4/17/22

The Don Tony Show / Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 129:32


Running Time: 2 Hours 7 Minutes Hosted by Don Tony and brought to you by Blue Wire (www.bluewirepods.com) Topics Discussed: While others think a fan sold a house to a scammer thinking it was Liv Morgan, DT thinks Liv is the scam target Would Tony Khan have the coconuts to have a Sammy Guevara / Tay Conti wedding angle on AEW TV? Best wishes go out to Virgil, who recently suffered two strokes Jon Moxley's contractual future is a non-story LA Knight's debut as a WWE Manager (for Mace) receives mostly positive feedback from fans Is Don Tony OK with Tony D'Angelo calling himself 'Don Tony'? Besides Trios Titles, should the latest Tony Khan announcement be an upcoming ROH PPV? Thoughts on Dalton Castle and if AEW should sign him to a contract Cody Rhodes' involvement with the Nightmare Factory school is not a conflict of interest w/WWE What if Bret Hart went to ECW instead of WCW in 1997? DT explains why John Cena vs 'The Streak' (Undertaker) would not have generated a huge buyrate Happy Birthday Rowdy Roddy Piper! Did anyone ask Bobby Fish on Good Friday how much fish he could fry for those who don't eat meat? Toxic element amongst fans is not limited to only wrestling; and its been around for decades Expect to see a few 'Don Tony' signs during 4/20/22 episode of AEW Dynamite RIP Gilbert Gottfried Roman Reigns will NOT keep the WWE and Universal Championships until WrestleMania 39 DT predicts the New York Mets will have 97 wins in 2022 Looking back when Paul Orndorff agreed to be on Don Tony's hotline due to a past due cell phone bill ==== CLICK HERE to listen to THE SIT-DOWN WITH DON TONY (EP18) 4/17/2022 online. RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE to download the AUDIO episode of THE SIT-DOWN WITH DON TONY (EP18) 4/17/2022 CLICK HERE to access previous episodes for all the shows ==== UPCOMING SHOW SCHEDULE): Your next episode of 'Breakfast Soup RAW' will air LIVE Monday at 11:05PM on YouTube Your next episode of 'Breakfast Soup VIPatreon" will air LIVE Tuesday at 10:05PM EST on Patreon Discord Channel Your next episode of the 'Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite' will air LIVE Wednesday at 10:05PM on YouTube Your next episode of 'Q&A With Don Tony' will air LIVE Thursday at 9:05PM EST on YouTube Your next episode of 'The Don Tony Show' will air LIVE Saturday at 8:05PM EST on YouTube Your next episode of 'The Sit-Down With Don Tony' will air LIVE Sunday at 8:05PM EST on YouTube ==== CHECK OUT THE DON TONY SHOW ON THESE PLATFORMS: CLICK HERE FOR PANDORA CLICK HERE FOR STITCHER CLICK HERE FOR ITUNES CLICK HERE FOR PODBEAN CLICK HERE FOR IHEARTRADIO CLICK HERE FOR APPLE & ANDROID APPS CLICK HERE FOR DON TONY MERCHANDISE! ==== SOCIAL MEDIA / WEBSITE / CONTACT INFO: Twitter: https://twitter.com/dontonyd Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dontony Facebook: https://facebook.com/dontonyshow Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/dontonyshow YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/dontony Website: http://www.dontony.com Business Contact: dontony@dontony.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Walking With Dante
The Beast With Two Backs--Or, Two Things And Nothing: Inferno, Canto XXV, Lines 34 - 78 (Part One)

Walking With Dante

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 37:13


First, a guy burns up, turns to ashes, comes back to life, and prophesies the future. Then a centaur run by with snakes and dragons on his back. And if that wasn't enough, now one of the most daring metamorphoses of all. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as we watch the second metamorphosis in the seventh evil pouch in the sub-circles of the thieves. This passage is so complex that this episode is the first of two on it. Poor Angello. He never knew what hit him. Here are the segments of this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [01:59] My English translation of the passage: Inferno, Canto XXV, lines 34 - 78. If you'd like to read along, you can find this translation on my website: markscarbrough.com. [05:50] Questions about dialogue and discourse in Canto XXV (as opposed to the longer, fuller conversations and speeches of Canto XXIV). [10:53] The pilgrim Dante silences Virgil--and maybe the poet Dante, too. This is one of the many silencings in the seventh of the evil pouches (the "malebolge"). [14:17] Dante the poet steps out to address the reader--thereby silencing me (!) to make a reality claim for these events. [19:20] Ovid's story from METAMORPHOSES that forms the basis for this metamorphosis in COMEDY. It's an erotic tale about the danger of the beast with two backs. [27:06] The metaphors Dante uses to explain the metamorphosis he lifts from Ovid. [30:09] Who are these guys in the seventh of the evil pouches? The early commentators know for sure--but maybe they miss the point. [34:46] A final hint of nihilism at the end of this most incredible metamorphosis.

Patrick E. McLean
Nowhere Ch. 15 - From Nowhere to Nothing

Patrick E. McLean

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 20:08


Virgil sat for two days while the strange grass around him died in the heat. At night he slept on the ground and in the daytime he sat once again. At some point, he remembered not when, he unhitched the horses from the wagon and hobbled them. When he drank the last of the water from his canteen they had crowded close, pitiful with dehydration. It was only his sympathy for the horses that got him up and moving again.Where the well had once been in the town of Grantham, he found the barest seep of water. It was muddy and brackish, but when he dug it out it refilled gradually.When the horses had drunk, he strained muddy water through his neckerchief into a canteen.On the next day, he heard the lowing of cattle and soon cowboys drove a herd into view. These were some of the hands from the Bar D, and their north herd. They looked at Virgil's face and saw their madness mirrored in his eyes. They asked him where the town had gone and Virgil told him that he did not know, but that it had taken his family with it. They told him how they had awoken to find the other bunkhouse, the corrals, barns, and ranch house missing. And all the other hands and the Burdocks."I had wife and children," said Virgil. No one spoke after that. They sat a long time as the afternoon turned to night, bereft of an explanation. Finally, the setting sun moved some of the cowboys to go out in search of firewood. As one of them saddled up he asked, "if this isn't Grantham, then what is this place?"Virgil said, "Nowhere.""Hunh,” said the cowboy, “a town called Nowhere,” and rode on. The Cowboys stayed that night, slaughtering one of the beeves for dinner. Virgil got some flour from his wagon and they had steak and biscuits. Even though his heart was broken and he was adrift in a cruel world that he could not force to make sense, the easy way of the Cowboys lifted his spirits. They were free and unencumbered by family or attachment. They joked and sang and carried on as young men always had. And their pranks and cocky banter brought a smile to Virgil's face.In the morning, they rode back north to graze the herd. They said they'd get through the calving and the fattening, then drive the herd to the railhead in Tucson, sell the stock and head their separate ways. What would Virgil do, they wondered? He had no answer for them. He did not know himself. As they rode off, the youngest said, "Put up a saloon in this town of Nowhere and we’ll visit more often.”Virgil thought long and hard about what he could do. Could he give his old life up for lost -- be as accepting and carefree as those Cowboys? Maybe he could head down to Mexico. Hell, he might drift back to Bisbee, and kill Fetterman just for the enjoyment of it. In this incomprehensible situation, he could see how Fetterman was the reasonable person to blame. If that shifty b*****d had honored his contract, Virgil would've been in town when whatever had happened had happened. He would still be with Laura and Mac and Pen. It hurt to think of them. It hurt to close his eyes at night and see their sweet faces. Hear their squeals of delight, and Laura's whisper in his ear. Remember the light in Mac's eye when he looked up at him with pride, even though Virgil knew the boy would feel differently if he knew the truth of his father's past. He vowed he would be with them again, no matter what it took.What if they were dead? He shook his head to rid himself such an evil thought. They lived yet, he could feel it. With furious anger, he willed it to be so. For if they were dead, where were the bodies? But then, where hadthey gone? And how have they managed to take the buildings with them? The questions circled endlessly in spirals. Where were the people? Where were the buildings? But where were the people? But where were the buildings?The next day he was sick of drinking muddy water, and even sicker of questions that had no answers. He spent all day gathering wood. That night he made a bonfire. The smoke from the fire rose straight into the air, up to the cold and indifferent stars that twinkled down on one man's problems from so impossibly far away. He remembered an old Indian and the smoke of another fire in the Oklahoma Territory years ago. After Chickamauga, he had fallen in with guerrilla fighters. Murderous men who fought from ambush and showed no mercy. Virgil had wanted to have done with the war, but it wasn't safe to ride the lawless territories alone. But since a man named Grundy had deserted their rough company he had spend more and more time thinking about it. The rumor had gone around the camp that Grundy had been a Union spy. Virgil had thought nothing of it, there were a million rumors in war and this was just one more. Bill Crawford, the leader of the 5th Arkansas Irregulars had taken a different view.They had ridden a day out of their way, deep into the mountains, to an abandoned Indian encampment. Abandoned except for one old man, living in a badly patched army tent.The old Indian stood in the door of his tent and said nothing as they rode up.From his horse Crawford said, "I know you're not a good Christian man, but it doesn't seem too much to ask for a word of greeting.""I thought maybe you had come to shoot me, so I wasn't wasting my breath," said the Indian.Crawford acted like he was genuinely hurt by this, even though they were, for all intents and purposes, a band of outlaws. He asked, "Now why would you think such a thing?"The old Indian shrugged and said, "that's what happened to everyone else," indicating the crumbling wigwams and the abandoned fire rings of the settlement."I thought maybe they left on account of your poor manners,” Crawford said.The Indian shook his head sadly and said, "They are still here. You see the wildflowers?" And only then did they notice the patches of brilliant color scattered throughout the settlement. Bright mounds where the prairie had grown up into and around the bodies of the fallen."Jesus Christ, why do you stay here?"With a strange light in his eye, the old Indian said, “It’s quiet here and I hope the spirits will come visit.” Uncomfortable with this whole line of questioning Crawford got to it. "They told me you track men.""I send after them, I don't go get them." And then Crawford nodded and they talked price. When the Indian had settled his fee he nodded again, as if resigning himself to an unpleasant task, and gathered sticks. None of the Arkansas Irregulars helped him. They all watched, most smoking pipes, laying on the ground, but none speaking.The old Indian made a fire and the smoke from it rose in a thin line. He muttered to himself in Cherokee, then turned to the white man and said, "not enough smoke." He walked into the abandoned village and soon came back with more wood and a handful of moldy rags that had once been a tunic. He built up the fire and threw the damp fabric on top. Soon smoke roiled from the blaze. Then the old Indian asked for an article of clothing from the man Crawford wish to hunt. Crawford handed him a battered hat that Grundy had left behind when he fled. The Indian cut a strip of the felt and added it to the foul-smelling blaze. Then he began to chant. The smoke formed into a dense column that rose straight into the sky. So high that it hurt Virgil's neck to seek the top of it. Then, as if a wind had sprung up, the smoke curved off to the southeast, but Virgil felt no breeze.Crawford looked at Virgil and said, “You stay here and watch him. See he doesn't put out the fire and run off.”Virgil nodded. It was OK with him, he'd always liked Grundy. Well, at least as much as he had liked any of these boys. The Irregulars rode on and Virgil sat down. When old Indian stopped chanting Virgil pulled his gun and asked, “Don't you have to keep that up?"The Indian said, “No, that's not how it's done. The chanting is mostly for show, so the secret can't be stolen by a rival tribe or evil shaman. That kind of thing. But there are hardly any more tribes and no more shaman. You can shoot me if you want to, I have lived long enough. Just don't let the fire go out."Virgil felt foolish and put his gun away. "I wasn't gonna kill you. I… I just been riding with bad men so long I guess I became one.""You don't like them much,” said the Indian."No, I guess I don't.""But they are your tribe," said the old Indian."I'm a white man, we don't have tribes.""Everybody has tribes,” said the old Indian. Then he asked, “Do you want something to eat?"After a long pause, Virgil nodded and the Indian went into his tent. Virgil followed. The Old Indian laughed at Virgil and said, "I'm too old to run away."Virgil said, "You got tricks and secrets, just like everybody else." The Indian nodded at this and smiled. Then he got some jerky and some acorn flour and went back to the fire. He mixed the acorn flour with water and made flatbread using an iron skillet. He gave the first piece to Virgil. It was bitter, but good. Virgil went to his horse and got some apples and a piece of rock candy that he broke in half to shared with the Indian. They had a meal.When he had gnawed his fill of deer jerky, Virgil stared up at the smoke that still trailed off to the Southeast. As he watched, he saw it head around to the South a little. He said, "It's moving. Do you need to do something?"The old Indian sucked on the rock candy and said, "The man it is seeking is moving.""That's a neat trick," said Virgil."Do you want to know how to do it?""Why would you tell me that?"The Indian looked around and sighed. “because there's nobody else left to pass it on to. And where the other ones tried to scare and bully me, you shared your food with me.""You shared your food with me," said Virgil."Those bad men are not your tribe. You should leave them before they bring you to a bad end.""It's hard to go out on your own. These are bad times and rough hombres."The old Indian sucked his piece of rock candy and sighed contentedly. He said, "I have never had rock candy before. It's good. Doesn't taste like rock at all." Then he smiled. And Virgil smiled too."You have a destiny, I think. You will need this knowledge." As Virgil watched, the old Indian gathered up broken twigs and arranged them in a place he cleared on the ground. At first, Virgil thought this was stupid folklore, but the more the man worked the more that the pattern seemed to be saying something to him. Something that couldn't be put into any tongue. Something about the seasons and the night, about the mother of all things and what a man should do with his time on the earth. About the ties that bind things together and how a man could be followed, even when he hadn’t left tracks. The old Indian hummed to himself as he worked and the tune of the song was a part of it too. Virgil didn't understand it, it just became like something he had always known. He heard the rock candy clacking against the old man's remaining teeth and that was part of it too. Then his eyes were drawn to the empty patch in the middle of the pattern of sticks.The Indian spat the rock candy into that empty spot on the ground. Where it landed, Virgil saw a flash of light. The sticks moved and weaved themselves together. The light shrank, gathering in on itself. Then it rushed outward engulfing Virgil in its brilliance and for a while there was no Virgil, there was only light.When Virgil came back to himself, the old man was lying on the ground and the fire was going out. Now giving only smoke. Virgil rose on shaky legs and gathered more wood. In a daze, he scavenged small branches and twigs. Then he dragged two poles from a collapsed teepee and placed the ends in the fire.Only when the blaze was rekindled again, did he think of the old Indian. The old man was face down in the design of sticks, the piece of rock candy in the dirt next to his head. Then Virgil knew he was dead, and wondered why he had not seen it right away. Virgil knew other things too, but did not know how he knew them. Nor could he say how he felt the magic of the smoke pushing through the sky behind him. He felt it wane and then the smoke released and drifted aimlessly in the sky. He knew that they had found Grundy and he knew also what they had done with him.He sat alone with the dead Indian and waited. He waited until he could no longer understand the meaning of the wind, until the pattern of sticks 0n the ground lost its movement and became just more twigs for the fire. When Crawford and his men returned they asked him if he killed the Indian. Virgil said no. And he said nothing of what he had seen in the pattern, or what he had heard on the wind, or what he had learned in the light. He mounted his horse and rode on, the way a normal man would.He had forgotten about the old Indian's gift until his memory had been jogged by one of the Cowboys asking, “Why do you stay here?”And the Indian’s words had answered through him, “It’s quiet here and I hope the spirits will come visit.” As he sat in front of his bonfire he fixed his mind on his wife Laura. It would have been easier to work with a piece of her clothing, or a lock of her hair, but just like the chanting, it wasn't the important part. The important part was the desire. He found it hard to picture her face, but he had an image of her hair blowing in the wind as he as she had driven the wagon and he had ridden behind her. In this moment, she was scanning the horizon ahead, her body eagerly leaning against the wind, straining with excitement and impatience to be at their destination. This memory was from the trip they had made to Grantham to open the store. And that day had been pure and brilliant in a way that only days in the high desert could be. He had loved her then, and had even managed to love himself a little, thinking that the evils of their past were behind them. Later, he would realize, she had been pregnant with Mac on that trip.He yearned for her, letting loose the strings of the bag deep inside that held his emotions. The terrible longing washed out of him and into the fire. It rose into the smoke, and the smoke, like water finding the easiest path to the sea, found the quickest path to his desire.He saddled the horses, loading one with provisions, then followed the smoke and its high, unwavering arc to the northeast. For seven days and seven nights he rode until he could not see the smoke anymore. Then he would stop, build another fire, and ride on again. He climbed mountains and crossed rivers, until at last, he found himself on a featureless plane. He traveled so far onto the plane that he could no longer see the mountains behind him. And but for the rising and setting of the sun, he could not tell the directions of the compass. The stars above were unknown to him, and every place he looked on this grass-swept plain looked the same as every other place looked. Finally, he came to the center of nothing. Here, the smoke arced downward and pooled to form a cloud bank, a sooty fog in the featureless nowhere.Without hesitation, he rode into the smoke. From the outside it roiled like a fog bank, but inside the smoke became thinner and somehow luminescent. The featureless plane became a featureless space. He was weary, weary beyond belief and he dropped the reins, giving his horse his head. The hoofbeats against the prairie grass were dull and heavy, coming from a long way away, as if he journeyed through wool instead of smoke.He looked behind him and he could not see the pack horse, just the arc of the lead rope disappearing into nothing. Then he was afraid. He feared that he would dissolve into the featureless nothing. Trapped inside smooth walls that yielded infinitely, but would never let him pass. Searching for a door in a place where he was not shut in, but from which he could never leave.Ahead of him he heard a cough.The horse’s head jerked up, and Virgil clawed for the reins. As he drew the horse to a stop he heard the cough again and a voice asked "how many fires did you burn?""Seven," said Virgil, for it did not seem the time or place to hold back the truth. There was a loud clap and the smoke was pushed back in a rush of air.There was the old shaman sitting cross-legged on the pigmentless grass with his palms held together out in front of him. He looked at Virgil with a smile on his face and said, "seven days, that is how many days it should take. Well, you've come all this way, you might as well rest a while,” he said with a shrug, "after all, time doesn't pass here."Virgil dismounted and moved to hobble his horse with a strip of rawhide. The old Indian said, “Don't bother, there's there's only nowhere they can go." Get full access to Patrick E. McLean at patrickemclean.substack.com/subscribe

Mahoning Drive-In Radio
044 - Mahoning Drive-In Radio: April Wright on GOING ATTRACTIONS and BACK TO THE DRIVE-IN

Mahoning Drive-In Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 74:26


Virgil and Mark welcome filmmaker April Wright to discuss Drive-In theaters and her documentary GOING ATTRACTIONS: THE DEFINITIVE STORY OF THE AMERICAN DRIVE-IN MOVIE (2013), as well as GOING ATTRACTIONS: THE DEFINITIVE STORY OF THE MOVIE PALACE (2019), STUNTWOMEN: THE UNTOLD HOLLYWOOD STORY (2020), and her upcoming BACK TO THE DRIVE-IN. Join us for Drive-In memories, tales of production, road trips, Joe Bob and more! For more of April's work and how to get your own copy of her films, visit: https://www.goingattractions.com To contribute to the completion of BACK TO THE DRIVE IN: https://www.supportourstory.com/back-to-the-drive-in-documentary-finishing-funds Recorded 3/31/22 For exclusive additional podcasts, videos, sneak peeks, and on-site discounts, visit the Mahoning Drive-In Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/mahoningdrivein https://www.mahoningdit.com/ https://www.facebook.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://www.instagram.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://twitter.com/mahoningdit --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mahoningdrivein/message

Rivals of Waterdeep
The Doppel-Discovery Discussion

Rivals of Waterdeep

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 117:28


With the doppel-Selise dispatched, the Rivals decide to take the problem to their foe rather than waiting for it to come their way.DM:LaTia Jacquise  @LaTiaJacquiseCast: Brian Gray as Virgil, Aasimar Storm Sorcerer @urbanbohemianEugenio Vargas as Kent, Tiefling Phantom Rogue @DMJazzyHandsMasood Haque as Gazrick Nomrad,Rock Gnome Druid @MahRudeBoiShareef Jackson as Sharakfa, Tiefling Celestial Warlock, @ShareefJacksonTanya DePass as Selise Astorio, Human Paladin/Ranger, @cypheroftyrRivals is sponsored by the following: Blue Microphones Die Hard Dice - Use Code: Rivals for 10% offWyrmwood Gaming - Use code Rivals for free US ShippingD&D BeyondIdle ChampionsStorm Crow ManorWarriors of WaterdeepPodcast and Stream Producer: @TheNoirEnigma SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @rivalswaterdeepInsta: @rivalsofwaterdeepDiscord: discord.gg/PT6yNuwWebsite: www.rivalsofwaterdeep.comEmail: rivalsofwaterdeep@gmail.comWatch live on Sundays, 10am PT/12pm CT on twitch.tv/rivalsofwaterdeep   

Walking With Dante
Cacus, A Centaur Like None Other, Not Even In Classical Literature: Inferno, Canto XXV, Lines 17 -33

Walking With Dante

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 24:47


Vanni Fucci has run off, wrapped up in snakes. But he's now just prey for Cacus, a centaur who arrives toting lots of snakes and even a dragon. Can it get any more dramatic? Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as we explore this strange passage in which we get a centaur who doesn't look much like his classical representations in Virgel, Ovid, and Livy--passages in which he's not even a centaur! This passage may explain the insistence on poetics throughout the seventh evil pouch, the seventh of the malebolge that make up the eighth circle of fraud in hell. Here are the segments of this episode of the podcast WALKING WITH DANTE: [01:44] My English translation of the passage: Inferno, Canto XXV, lines 17 - 33. If you'd like to read along, you can find this passage on my website, markscarbrough.com. [03:45] Cacus is a centaur but not like any of the other centaurs we've seen. [05:51] What does Cacus look like? There's a distinct tie between him and Vanni Fucci. [08:13] Virgil steps up to play the guide and explain who Cacus is. [10:45] Too bad Virgil's explanation bears only a passing resemblance to his version of Cacus in THE AENEID! [14:55] Dante the poet is often seen as "coming out of the closet" in the seventh of the malebolge and admitting himself a literary thief. But all medieval poetry is based on theft. It's how the authority structure gets built. We'd expect Dante to be nothing less than a literary thief. [17:35] Rather than an admission from the poet, this passage may provide us with a clue about his art: poetry = theft + metamorphosis.

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
April 13-1: Sentencings compared as Virgil Griffith got 63 months for NoKo crypto; Polevikov 33 for insider trading, Ukraine cited, UN failing

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 2:17


VLOG: Virgil Griffith got 63 months for NoKo crypto; Polevikov 33 for insider trading, Ukraine cited, UN failing

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
April 12-2: Virgil Griffith was just sentenced to 63 months in prison for helping North Korea with crypto. Both Griffith and the US cited the Ukraine war: Virgil saying it showed him the importance

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 2:03


VLOG: Virgil Griffith was just sentenced to 63 months in prison for helping North Korea with crypto. Both Griffith and the prosecutors cited the Ukraine war: Virgil saying it showed him the importance of sanctions, US urging deterring evasions. #CrytpoInTheCourts

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
April 12-1: Today Virgil Griffith #NoKo crypto sentencing, & #Honduras' Najera? Damian Williams NYS politics- & #Bronx trial. #GhislaineMaxwell review of "Partners in Crime" on Paramount+, UN corrupt

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 2:17


VLOG: Today Virgil Griffith #NoKo crypto sentencing, & #Honduras' Najera? Damian Williams NYS politics- & #Bronx trial. #GhislaineMaxwell review; UN corrupt on #DPRK etc

Triumvir Clio's School of Classical Civilization
218. Roman Epics XXI: Virgil's Aeneid Book 12, or I Wonder If That's How Virgil Wanted It To End

Triumvir Clio's School of Classical Civilization

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 19:07


Wait. That's the end?!? To join the discussion, visit the blog at Triumvir Clio's School of Classical Civilization. If there's no hyperlink showing up here, you can go to triumvirclio.school.blog to find a feed of recent episodes as well as discussion pages for every episode. Join me on Patreon at www.patreon.com/triumvirclio to get early access to ad-free episodes and bonus content. References “The Aeneid – Vergil Epic | Summary & Analysis | Ancient Rome – Classical Literature". Ancient Literature, https://www.ancient-literature.com/rome_vergil_aeneid.html#Top. Accessed 09 Aug 2021 Cole, William F. "The Aeneid." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 17 Aug 2014. Web. 09 Aug 2021. Dektar, Molly. "The Aeneid." LitCharts. LitCharts LLC, 22 Jul 2013. Web. 6 Aug 2021. Fitzgerald, Robert, translator. Virgil: The Aeneid, Vintage Classics, 1990. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bethany-banner/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bethany-banner/support

Patrick E. McLean
Nowhere Ch 14 - Take Your Bullets and Go

Patrick E. McLean

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 10:25


As the Sheriff and Pete walked back through town, they could all but smell the fear. Gone was the carelessness of rough men when they weren’t working. Wide eyes peeped out from behind dirty curtains. The piano player in the Occidental Saloon was going at it hammer and tongs, sounding more strained than celebratory. The noisiest place in town was Saloon #3 and that wasn’t a good sign. If Dance didn’t know better he’d say this town felt like it had a showdown comin’. Maybe? Who the hell knew?That was the problem. The damnable uncertainty of it all. Pete peeled off at the jail and Dance tipped his hat to the deputy and kept walking. But before he got to the livery, he stopped in front of the Miller General Store. He knew he shouldn’t, but couldn’t think of a way around it. And he stood there trying to think of a reason not to go in for a good long while. Ah hell, he thought, might not be back this way again. From the doorway, he saw Laura Miller standing in the back, looking out the window. The sound of Penelope signing drifted down the staircase. She sounded as if nothing bad would or could ever happen to her.Mack came down the stairs before John got three steps inside and said, “Morning Sheriff, what can I help you with?”Dance looked back to Laura at the window. She had not turned around to acknowledge his presence in the store. He thought he saw her shoulders shaking. Was she crying?Mack said, "I can get you whatever you need."This annoyed Dance. He didn't like being pushed or goaded or directed. He gave the boy a flat look and said, "I need some cartridge, .44.”The boy took two cardboard boxes from a shelf well-stocked with ammunition and placed them on the counter. The green labels read “Winchester Repeating Arms Co. New Haven, Conn., U.S.A.”Dance was looking at Laura again, and this time Mack said, “Anything else I can get you?"They were polite enough words but the boy didn't say them that way. A thought leapt unbidden into Dance’s mind. For all the rough things I done in my time, I never robbed a store."Laura," said Dance, a little louder than he meant to."Sheriff?" asked Mack, giving whatever he was trying one last attempt."Put it on the tab," said Dance, and then he strode to the back of the store. Laura turned to look at him and her eyes were filled with tears. In her hands she was twisting and twisting her pretty bonnet, looking like she might worry it clean in half.They stood looking at each other, Dance now ashamed of the feelings that he had brought to this place. Above them Penelope's voice rang out clear and perfect as she sang, “May the red rose live always, To smile upon the earth and sky”At a loss, Dance said, “She sounds fine.""Yes," said Laura, “She is… It's a miracle." She waved a hand, unable to explain what none of them understood."Sheriff, I got your bullets here.""Go upstairs and look after your sister," said Laura.“She's fine,” protested Mack.“She was fine this morning when I placed her in your charge," Laura said. The boy turned and walked away in shame.Laura added, “No more backtalk, you hear, young man!”"Yes ma'am,” he said and then climbed the stairs.“John," she whispered, "John, what am I to do?"John Dance stepped closer, thinking to comfort Laura. As he opened his arms to take her in a hug, she slapped him across the face. "Not that." Laura said quietly, "I'll not do that. Not again."Dance tried to shrug it off and forced a smile, “I didn't mean nothing by it. You just seemed low, is all.""John Dance," she said with the first smile he’d seen from her in as long as he could remember; a sad smile, but a smile all the same. “You always mean something." She looked down at the wrinkled and absurd bonnet in your hands and made a disapproving noise. "Now what is it you want here that you can have and are willing to pay for?""Laura, I'm riding out for a scout.”"But what about the town?""The town is having a meeting to figure out what to do. Which is plain foolishness, you ask me. We ain’t got no idea what's going on, so how can we make a plan? But one thing is sure. Whatever happened, that road to Bisbee is gone. And I can’t see an easy way across that river."“What about the savages who attacked?""I got no answer about that either, but they weren't savages. Savages don't build warships.”"Then who, what were they?”“I got absolutely no idea. But I'm going to find out. But if I don't come back I just wanted to say…""You can't say that," Laura said, “Not to me. You don't have that right. Now take your bullets and go.""Now hold fire, you contrary woman. There's more to it than that," said Sheriff Dance, realizing, not for the first time how hard it was to do the right thing. "Dammit, I'm sorry. The roads gone, maybe Bisbee's gone.""Virgil is gone, is that what you're saying?""That ain’t the point." He stomped across the store and picked the bullets up off the counter. “Where did these come from?"“Connecticut. Says so right on the box.”“And how they get here? On a wagon from Bisbee.”Laura nodded.“Hell, you're the Shopkeeper. Tell me what that means?""Virgil went to Bisbee for flour.”"And if he can't get back?” asked Dance.“Then we don't have any more flour. Maybe Greeley has some, or the Morningstar or the Occidental. There’ll be some food with miners and camps but the point is…""The Town of Grantham is about to run out of flour. And everything else but dust, silver, and foolishness.” John stepped in close and put his hand on Laura's arm. Her eyes grew wide with the forwardness of it but she did not strike him.“Whatever you’re worried about with me, with him, with anybody… None of it matters. Anything you want to keep, you hide it. Because they're gonna come and try to take it from you.""But you're the Sheriff!" she protested, "it's your job to stop them.""No one man can stop a panic. I'm riding out. I'm gonna see if I can find a way out. And if I can you're packing up and coming with me.""But Virgil…”"You're an angel surrounded by wolves. He’d want you to be safe and you know that."Her face grew stern, "Mr. Dance, this is my store – our store that we have invested with all our efforts, hopes, and dreams. And I will not… I will not abandon it in a moment of panic!” She took his hand from her arm and continued, "Especially not without a fight.""A fight," scoffed Dance. "What do you know of fighting?”“More’n you might think,” said Mack, from the third step of the stairway, as he pointed a small pistol at the Sheriff. His hands shook — but not much — and his eyes were hard with anger. "Now step away from my mother," he said. His words all the more threatening for being delivered in high tones of a prepubescent boy."Mark, put that gun away before somebody gets hurt!" said Laura.Dance said, “Keep the gun. you got the right idea. Only don't point it this way. Maybe you get me and maybe you don't, but…”“You're not that fast," blurted Mac."But you don't have to miss me by hardly anything to hit your mother. So how good a shot are you?"Mac pointed the gun at the floor. "Go upstairs, Mac!" Yelled Laura."Wait," said Dance stepping towards the boy, his hands held up and away from his sides. “She's not hearing me, but maybe you will. You take all that ammo and them guns in the case and you get them outta site. Put them away somewhere safe with anything else you want to keep. Don't argue, don't offer, you just say it’s all sold out." Then Dance turned and tipped his hat to Laura, took the bullets, and walked out the front door.Laura thought, for a man that was in love with her, he really didn't know much about her at all. Upstairs Penelope’s pure voice sang on. “Why should the beautiful ever weep? Why should the beautiful ever die?” Get full access to Patrick E. McLean at patrickemclean.substack.com/subscribe

Mahoning Drive-In Radio
043 - Mahoning Drive-In Radio: Top Five Returns with Carl and Darryl

Mahoning Drive-In Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 95:29


Virgil and Mark are joined by Carl and Darryl for another round of Top Five lists. So what's a "Top Five"? Darryl explains: "The concept started as a conversation starter at Carl's but didn't come to fruition until those post-Mahoning show breakfasts at the Boulevard and Beacon diners in Lehighton. The Facebook posts would then get a lots of feedback, comments, criticism, etc. and the whole idea is just an extension of our love of movies and starting a conversation. Something that is amplified during those weekends at the Mahoning. Last summer we started to do them on the lot preshow with the regulars." This time out, Top Five Non-Superhero Comic Book Films and Top Five Snowed-In Films. Recorded 1/30/22 For exclusive additional podcasts, videos, sneak peeks, and on-site discounts, visit the Mahoning Drive-In Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/mahoningdrivein https://www.mahoningdit.com/ https://www.facebook.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://www.instagram.com/mahoningdriveintheater/ https://twitter.com/mahoningdit --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mahoningdrivein/message

Rivals of Waterdeep
Conflict and Resolution

Rivals of Waterdeep

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 122:00


Episode NotesThe Rivals' efforts to improve their reputation are put to the test as parts of their adventures catch up to them.DM:LaTia Jacquise  @LaTiaJacquiseCast: Brian Gray as Virgil, Aasimar Storm Sorcerer @urbanbohemianEugenio Vargas as Kent, Tiefling Phantom Rogue @DMJazzyHandsMasood Haque as Gazrick Nomrad,Rock Gnome Druid @MahRudeBoiShareef Jackson as Sharakfa, Tiefling Celestial Warlock, @ShareefJacksonTanya DePass as Selise Astorio, Human Paladin/Ranger, @cypheroftyrRivals is sponsored by the following: Blue MicrophonesDie Hard Dice - Use Code: Rivals for 10% offWyrmwood Gaming - Use code Rivals for free US ShippingD&D BeyondIdle ChampionsStorm Crow ManorWarriors of WaterdeepPodcast and Stream Producer: NoirEnigma SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @rivalswaterdeepInsta: @rivalsofwaterdeepDiscord: discord.gg/PT6yNuwWebsite: www.rivalsofwaterdeep.comEmail: rivalsofwaterdeep@gmail.comWatch live on Sundays, 10am PT/12pm CT on twitch.tv/rivalsofwaterdeep

The Big Interview with Graham Hunter
Jaap Stam: Being Part of United's Miracle Year

The Big Interview with Graham Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 41:10


In part two of my fascinating Big Interview with Jaap Stam, we hear about how Johan Cruyff said that the centre-half could have defended for a team by himself.There's great stuff about being part of Manchester United's annus mirabilis of 1999. Also: playing with and against Filippo Inzaghi, rating Virgil van Dijk, working under Roberto Mancini… and just missing out on promotion to the Premier League as manager of Reading.Subscribe to The Big Interview YouTube channel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

MORE THAN SNEAKERS
EPISODE 93 Hey I Found Your Nose It Was In My Business

MORE THAN SNEAKERS

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 69:49


In this episode @isellsneakersnotdreams and @tosneakerheads talk the slap that helped Oscar ratings, Union Retro 2 rumored release dates, the Off White Blazers, why calling Virgil a Hip Hop Fashion Designer is low balling, and MORE....

Greetings From Allentown
GFA Live #94: WWF Challenge 03-22-1992 (Flair promo on a boat)

Greetings From Allentown

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 133:43


On this edition of GFA Live, Peter and Keithie talk about WWF Wrestling Challenge from March 22, 1992! (and some other stuff, of course!) Topics of discussion include: * Peter's experiences in Dallas for WrestleMania weekend * An actual Undertaker vs Papa Shango match * Enjoying Jake Roberts before he departs * The bizarre subtext of how Elizabeth is referenced in the Flair/Savage angle * Shawn Michaels' first "Jack"? * Ric Flair's everyday wardrobe * What crime Nailz got sent to the joint for committing * Virgil gets a new look * Pivoting the Hogan story to "this might be his last match" Lineup: • British Bulldog vs. Bill Badd • Sid Justice Highlights/Interview • Papa Shango vs. Danny Kamo • Big Bossman vs. Lee Armstrong • Ric Flair Interview on boat • Bret Hart vs. Dale Wolfe • Wrestlemania Report • Sid Justice vs. Dennis Bunt Email: Greetingsfromallentown@gmail.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/GFAllentownPod

The Redmen TV - Liverpool FC Podcast
"We Want This Season To Be Unforgettable!" | Jurgen Klopp & Van Dijk's Pre-Match Press Conferences

The Redmen TV - Liverpool FC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 30:51


Jurgen Klopp and Virgil van Dijk speak to the press in Lisbon ahead of the massive Champions League tie against Benfica in the Champions League!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Walking With Dante
Snakebit: Inferno, Canto XXIV, Lines 97 - 120

Walking With Dante

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 33:34


Our pilgrim, Dante, and his guide, Virgil, have come down to a place where they can see into the darkness of the seventh of the malebolge, the evil pouches that make up the eighth circle of fraud in hell. And what a sight they see! A pit of writhing snakes, one sinner bitten, then incinerated and reconstituted, right before their eyes. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as we slow-walk through Dante's masterwork COMEDY. Hell is about to get wild. The poet, too! Here are the segments of this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [01:32] My English translation of the passage: Inferno, Canto XXIV, lines 97 - 120. If you'd like to read along, you can find this translation on my website, markscarbrough.com. [03:56] A little pep talk for reading on in Dante's COMEDY. [05:50] The first snake bite: right between the shoulder blades of an unknown sinner. [10:29] The soul burns up--and Dante the poet burns up texts in a conflagration of literary allusions. [15:31] What's with the "o" and the "i" bit? Four possible interpretations. (And there are of course probably many more.) [21:12] The phoenix as a symbol of the resurrection--but here? [25:03] A final metaphor to explain the sinner's incineration and rebirth: demonic possession or a medical condition? [29:37] The poet steps out from behind the curtain to speak--and only complicates matters further.

Rivals of Waterdeep
Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Rivals of Waterdeep

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 112:08


The Rivals hold their long-awaited town hall at Trollskull Manor when they receive a visit from an unexpected guest.DM:LaTia Jacquise  @LaTiaJacquiseCast: Brian Gray as Virgil, Aasimar Storm Sorcerer @urbanbohemianEugenio Vargas as Kent, Tiefling Phantom Rogue @DMJazzyHandsMasood Haque as Gazrick Nomrad,Rock Gnome Druid @MahRudeBoiShareef Jackson as Sharakfa, Tiefling Celestial Warlock, @ShareefJacksonTanya DePass as Selise Astorio, Human Paladin/Ranger, @cypheroftyrRivals is sponsored by the following: Blue Microphones Die Hard Dice - Use Code: Rivals for 10% offWyrmwood Gaming - Use code Rivals for free US ShippingD&D BeyondIdle ChampionsStorm Crow ManorWarriors of WaterdeepPodcast and Stream Producer: NoirEnigma SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @rivalswaterdeepInsta: @rivalsofwaterdeepDiscord: discord.gg/PT6yNuwWebsite: www.rivalsofwaterdeep.comEmail: rivalsofwaterdeep@gmail.comWatch live on Sundays, 10am PT/12pm CT on twitch.tv/rivalsofwaterdeep

Walking With Dante
A Swarm Of Snakes And Literary Texts: Inferno, Canto XXIV, Lines 79 - 96

Walking With Dante

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 22:15


Dante the pilgrim has wanted a good, close look into the seventh of the evil pouches, the seventh of the malebolge that make up the great landscape of fraud in the eighth circle of hell. And boy, does he get what he wants! Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as the pilgrim and his guide, Virgil, slip down the wall and catch a glimpse of a nightmare of snakes, a tangle of them--that almost rivals the tangle of literary allusions the poet makes in a mere twelve lines. Here are the segments of this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [01:08] My English translation of this passage: Inferno, Canto XXIV, lines 79 - 96. If you'd like to read along, you can find it on my website, markscarbrough.com. [03:08] Delay, delay, delay--it's the growing tantric structure of COMEDY. [08:47] The seventh malebolge, evil pouch: the snake pit of the thieves. [10:31] But there's another theft afoot: Dante's. Literary theft. In a mere twelve lines, the poet steals as many bits from other works as he possibly can.