Warden Dawson and Dr. Sampson wrap up their discussion of Conflict Management by discussing the importance of emotion in resolving conflict. Emotions are a powerful force that can work to our benefit or our detriment. They discuss how we can communicate emotion effectively, as well as recognize emotion in others as a part of our overall communication. The 2 greatest “emotional communicators” are our facial expressions and our voice. They provide tips for making effective use of these tools.Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER:This podcast may not be distributed without written permission by NIJO. The information contained herein shall not be construed as legal advice. Listeners should always consult legal counsel to determine how the laws of their individual jurisdiction affect the application of these materials and guidelines to their individual circumstances.
* The Nine Diamonds – House K'tenshin * Dominant aropagoi of the Serpent River's South Reach * Controls the Servos, Byrose, Iontos, and Tylon rivers. * Control of the Tylon is disputed with House T'kambras. * Personal identifier is a ruby and gold earring worn in the left ear. * Allied with the Therans in the past, still has close ties with them. * Operated as a kind of military autocracy; the shivalahala is a high Circle Warrior. * Tensions with Travar. * Founded around the start of the Orichalcum Wars about 1300 years ago. * Woke from their Scourge-induced hibernation late – not until the Therans returned to Barsaive. * Found that one entire foundation and its riverboats disappeared during the Scourge. * Invited members of House Carinci that were didn't want to return to Thera after first Theran War. * Sixteen massive towers, largest on the river, arranged in a diamond pattern. * Inner four towers have dry-dock facilities for riverboats. * When allied with the Therans, took t'skrang from the jungle as slaves (mainly to sell to Thera). * Alliance with Thera and the aftermaths of the wars have left K'tenshin in poor situation. * Not overt villains, but a convenient target to look down on and in a rough spot in Serpent River culture. * The Shivalahala K'tenshin – Warden-tier Warrior. Headmistress of the War College. * K'tenshin Council – 24 members from the aropagoi's 12 nialls. One member is the Advocate, who can veto the shivalahala. * K'tenshin numerology. * No direct representation of affiliated villages. * House K'tenshin's goals. * Josh theorizes potential updates for the current timeline. * The War College – Six year commitment, mostly t'skrang from House K'tenshin. * Ideas of working the War College into games. Find and Follow: Email: email@example.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeoifzUuBjez9V6wnvzom3g Twitter: @EDSGPodcast Josh on Twitter: @LoreMerchant Dan on Twitter: @boice_voice Get product information, developer blogs, and more at www.fasagames.com FASA Games on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fasagamesinc FASA Games Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/uuVwS9u Earthdawn Guild Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/earthdawnguild Earthdawn West Marches: https://discord.gg/hhHDtXW
What is in need of renovation in your family? On this Family Day, author and licensed counselor Shannon Warden uses the metaphor of home improvement to detail 12 areas of family life that may be due for renovation. These tools that range from building kindness, seeking compromise, and choosing forgiveness will help prevent or minimize the messes and repairs in our most important relationships. If you're dreaming of a new home life, these tools will help you begin the work of building the family you long for.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
50 years ago, television manufacturer Magnavox launched a revolutionary new device that allowed users, for the first time, to manipulate the images on their home television sets. How did this technological wonder come to be? How did its development evolve? Find out with our own resident Warden of the Department of Corrections, Ethan Johnson. Links: https://www.mobygames.com/game/super-breakout/cover-art/gameCoverId,20988/ https://restaurant-ingthroughhistory.com/2014/07/13/the-browning-of-mcdonalds/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnavox_Odyssey https://twitter.com/j_ljunggren/status/1573688288661180416 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breakout_(video_game) https://thehistoryofhowweplay.wordpress.com/2022/09/16/the-first-video-game-console-a-new-history/ Timeline: August 31, 1966 - Baer conceptualizes the TV Gaming Display. -He was supposedly in New York and was meeting somebody before going back up to New Hampshire. September 1, 1966 - “Disclosure Backup DATA - TVGD” is drafted by Ralph Baer, witnessed by Bob Solomon. -Game types: Action games, board games, artistic games, instructional games, board chase games -”Example: ‘Steering' a wheel to control random drift of color (hue) over the CRT face” -Pumping game mentioned -”Bar, line, or dot generation - players control selective blanking, blinking, color coding of lines, bars, dots, fields via generator” September 6, 1966 - TV Mode Data Entry Device, witnessed by Bob Solomon, Baer mocks up a schematic of the basic technical idea of driving signals to the screen. -”Etch-a-sketch” drawing gives misleading impression of the vision of the system at present December 1966 - Mocking up of screen splitting December 20, 1966 - Herbert Campman approves the exploration of TVGD, “NBDA - Low Cost TV Data Entry Devices” -$2000 for development, $500 for materials January 2, 1967 - Robert Solomon joins “TVTY - NBD” -His mockups show the screen split into even grids via an overlay or of two lines crossing each other like a cursor February 6, 1967 - Robert Tremblay writes a schematic. February 11, 1967 - “Discussion w/ R. Solomon Future planning - TV Gaming” -Heathkit generator being used for driving objects, “to allow generation of a vertical bar, movable across the TV CRT face, & adjustable color” -Modulator is set to Channel 3 -Next objective is to split the tv into two independent colors -Pumping contest mentioned February 12, 1967 - “List of possible games” using horizontal split of the screen, best illustration of their possibilities at this time -Scoring, Bucket Filling, Game Timer, Skill Games -Joystick controller sketched February 17, 1967 - Bill Harrison sketches up electronics for the gun controller, “Odd-Even TV Game” May 2, 1967 - Harrison writes up a spec on how TV color and video signals work -Indicates them going back to square one -Subsequent days see a number of schematics May 4, 1967 - “TV Gaming”, illustration of split screen idea -“One major problem exist due to the inability to pass a 60 cps square through the picture tube. [...] This is at least partially due to poor low frequency response of the Heath IG-62.” May 8, 1967 - “TV Generator” custom hardware for running through the Heath generator. -Tested first on a RCA Model GH 560W May 9, 1967 - Various game elements are toyed around with -Diagrams for two pots to act as a “joystick” and a different implementation of the pumping game -”1 Sound, 2 Pot [Circle drawing] Color Wheel, 3 Bars Vert & Hor” May 10, 1967 - “Misc. Ideas for T.V.G.” by Bill Rusch to Ralph Baer -1. Picture Drawing, pots or joysticks plus buttons for choosing color, “Need memory scheme, of course” -2. Car Steering, movable road, top down or first person -3. “Same as 2, but skiing” -4. Chase Game, “Use ships, dots ot probably best two old “dog fighting” type WWI planes… or, up-to-date, plane and missile… or ship and torpedo.” -5. Maze Game, “if hits line of maze, “rat” disappears and reappears back at the starting point” -6. Rotating Spiral, “Maybe have 2nd player control instantaneous rotation speed” -7. Racing game, disappearing if touching bounds, “if car in rear runs into car in front, rear offending car disappears and other one wins” -8. “Roulette” (in quotations), with arrow at the top of the wheel -9. “Baseball” Guessing Game, different colored strips, “Batter selects strip in which bat will appear. Pitch pushes “pitch” button, bell rings and ball appears on screen [...] If both appear in same strip, “HIT” Sign flashes [...] otherwise, “Strike” lights up.” -10. Baseball “Skill Game” #1, “As above, except “ball” stays on for brief period only” -11. “Map” Game - 1 or 2 Players, “”Teacher” (Player #1 or the “machine”) pushes button which lights up one state and starts timer displayed on screen”, timed with right and wrong buttons -12. “Tracer Bullet Shooting Game”, player adjust briefly flashing bullets with the joystick to hit a plane then timer stops, “Could also make into single player game by having planes' movements controlled automatically and semi-randomly” -13. “Baseball Skill Game” #2, selectable skill levels, pitching game Holy Baseballs, Batman!” -14. Skeet Shooting #1, similar to plane game -15. ESP Game, players try to guess each other's numbers represented by colors (showing that they couldn't do alphanumerics) -16. “Hares and Hounds” Game, hares are numerous and small and move quickly whereas hounds are large and move slowly -17. “Bullfight”, same as above with singular dots and using color for the cape -18. “Soccer, Hockey, Polo, etc.”, would have team number players, “When displayed ball (puck, etc.) is touched by a man it moves in direction man was going” -19. Skeet (Airplane) Shooting #2, “Probably best to have “stored” random target program so each player gets same choice of targets for score comparison” -20. Golf Putting, two controls for choosing angle and power of the ball -21. “Horse Racing”, another guessing game with color, features the bell again, “Note: The above would make an interesting “Non-TV” Board Game… perhaps could sell idea to someone like Parker Brothers” -Pings Baer, J Mason, Bill Rusch, and Bob Solomon May 15, 1967 - Games listed include a game with a telephone dial using the bar up the screen method, and a double bar graph game -”To Produce Moveable Dot”, “To Produce Lines” outlines May 16, 1967 - Several games outlined -1st game, “Pumping Contest”, with a board featuring two buttons. Player one presses the fill the bucket, player two presses to lower the bucket. -2nd game, “Firefighter's Pump Test”, color shifts from red to blue as player uses a two-sided pump mechanism. Interestingly the controller is atop a similar one to the pumping contest controller with “S2 not used” suggesting a modular controller. -3rd game, “Color Catching Contest”. Players have to stop a cycling color on the screen that they call out. A variation using a “Flywheel or phonograph turntable” with a stop button, players have to select their color on the turning device after selecting the color on the overlay. Players have a +30/-30 score table on the overlay. -4th game, “Roulette”. Physical roulette wheel, same as color guessing game. Implies color may switch on screen according to where the ball is on the reel. -TVG #5, “Car Ride (Race)”. Shifting driving game with special controller. Includes a wheel, a shift, and an accelerator. Harrison suggests giving player 2 control of the shifting road via a joystick. May 18, 1967 - First game of “Pumping Contest” is played. -”Winners name will be withheld” May 19, 1967 - “Car Ride” may be successfully implemented -May 22, Baer suggests it be made two player who both use joysticks rather than the drive setup. May 24, 1967 - “TV Generator”, successful production of two independent spots. May 31, 1967 - Attempts to add on-TV audio. Schematic is crossed out for unknown reason. June 1, 1967 - Ralph Baer toys with a checkerboard chase game with obstacles. Subsequent pages show maze-like design patterns. -Bill Harrison toys with circular switches for changing game functionality and audio again. June 5, 1967 - “Target Shooting Game” is revived. Gun barrel is made with a cardboard tube with a photocell at the other end. June 7, 1967 - Archives two independent dots, a line, and a color background. Both background and one dot are green. -Only able to switch between two colors for things like the Color game, green and blue. June 14 - “Cludge” introduced for generating random numbers through “a digitally coded card is inserted in the dismatchy”. -Use of “cludge”, an MIT hacker term. -Said it would be a way to player a monopoly-type game. June 14/15 1967 - Presentation of the games and funding proposal. -14th show for Herbert Campman, 15th show for Royden Sanders, Harold Pope, and D Chisholm -Proposal for “Special Display Techniques”, “To investigate the feasibility of using Raster Scan Displays for low-data-rate graphic display applications” -Requires three engineers, six techs, and 0-3 admins. -Expected completion in January 1968. Design Aug-Sept, Breadboarding Sept-December, Final Report in January -Total budget of $17,240 -”Summary of Major Games” -”Chess Board Game”, chase game where the player can only move orthogonally. -”Fox Hunt”, three player game with fox, hunter, and scorekeeper. Fox is red. -”Fox & Hounds Chase”, two players with three hounds and one fox. Fox tries to get from upper right to lower left. -”Target Shooting”, stationary or moving targets -”Color Guessing Game”, physical spinner and score kept with TV -”Bucket Filling Game”, Pumping Contest June 15, 1967 - “Items for Coverage” new list of games ideas -”Analogic (Sleep Inducing) Application”, pattern generator, would have an automatic TV shutoff. -”Child & Adult Psychology Test”, building blocks, “Textile, wallpaper design generation” -”Warship vs Torpedo Boat”, animated streak flies towards the warship. IMPORTANT -”Use of phonograph record to explain game”, prior use of cassette tape. -”Target Shooting”, given new feature targets. “Add Sound, Limit Ammunition Available, Adjustable Sights” -”Drawing Games”, said to use “optical memory”. Would have a phosphorescent painted overlay “For use in dark room only” -Plan to use a phonograph to alter the game state -A game for learning binary June 15, 1967 - “Alternate Course for TV Game”, reordering of the technology -So much happening on this day indicates a worry over the project future. June 16, 1967 - Circuit card concept presented by Bill Harrison, cards essentially act the same as pin connectors would June 17, 1967 - “TV Gaming - Status Report & Brief Review of TVG Applications” -1. Decision of separate unit or integrated into TV set, “Note: Type 1A above could be provided in KIT form” (with a rectangle around KIT form) -2. They would build a stand alone unit, circuit cards for Target Shooting and Chess games specifically -3. A full list of applications: “Games for Entertainment, Skill, Chance, Artistic Games, Instructional Games, Bar graphs and lines, Card Games, Sports Games, Wargames, Probability games/study, Clinical Psychology Tool, Analogic” -”Special effects” including disappearing, blinking, and phonograph/tape recording July 7, 1967 - When the next batch of documents pick up. -Parts testing, a switch to monochrome, focus on the light gun. August 3, 1967 - Harrison conducts a test of the power with batteries. -Giant RCA 9 volt battery. September 15, 1967 - R&D Plan, summary -Notes on approach and scope -”Paper study and demonstration of applications for reaction and feedback” -”Attempt circuit simplifications, aiming toward cost dedication” -”Find source of contact overlays” -”Create additional minimum cost functions for increased versatility” What could this mean? -”Creation additional applications for system” -New cost estimate of $8101, running through November -”Develop added applications for existing equipment” -”Modify equipment for added applications” -”Demonstrate equipment and rework applications” September 29, 1967 - Bill Rusch begins to try and come up with more applications for the two hardware dots. October 4, 1967 - Special Sales Order for TVG project. -Ralph Baer, Equipment Design, William Rusch, Task Manager. No Harrison. -Pings a huge number of people in the company for the first time October 10, 1967 - Harrison plays around with field shapes, not as complicated as the mazes but with rectangular variations. October 12, 1967 - Bill Rusch works on circuit simplification. October 18, 1967 - “Moving Spot for TVG”, the idea of something which could bounce around various spots on the screen. The spots would be predetermined and controlled via a push button to cycle through the various spots. -First idea was a batting game which would send the ball back to its thrown position -Second idea was Ping Pong, “coincidence” is introduced -”Gun Ping Pong” as a target shooting game with predetermined paths set by off screen dots October 31, 1967 - “TV Gaming Device” schematics are drawn up. Game Sequence (10 games): Checker Games, Chase Games, Ping Pong, Hockey, Volly Ball, Checkers with Obstacle, Hand Ball, Target Shooting, Pumping Game, Golf November 3, 1967 - William Rusch proposing circular ball for a soccer game November 7, 1967 - Monthly status report by Bill Rusch for October, “A new system concept has been implemented. It offers cost savings and permits new classes of applications.” November 15, 1967 - “Create New Fields” by Rusch, paths and tracks for games like racing, ‘collision' games (like orbiting planet lines), and missile game. November 20, 1967 - Checkerboard generation by Rusch, Pool and golf game ideas with ricochet shots November 21, 1967 - With a “Breakthru” that appears to be a trigger of the coincidence circuit, Rusch comes up with a list of several “APPLICATIONS” -Pool, Ping Pong (with direction and speed determined by player object), Soccer, Ping Pong (over a center net, like TfT), “Ski Ball”, “Golf shot to elevated green”, Football Kick (forward facing), “Golf Putting Several (dark) holes”, “Better Football (Field Goal) Kick” (side view), Soccer/Hockey, Race Car with bumping vehicles, Volley Ball, “Doubles Ping Pong or Tennis), Golf with Five Spots -Implementation of shadows -”Penny Arcade Hockey” with spinning shapes as the bats, similar to Chicago Coins' Goalee December 4, 1967 - More illustrated game ideas by Rusch. New semi star-like shape to represent player -”Ball on a Band/Balloon Bounce”, bouncing a ball off a paddle to see how many times it can be hit -”Dart Throwing” with gravitational pull -”Basket Shooting”, 1 or 2 players -”Plane + Ship Shooting + Bombing”, plane circles above and bombs hip below. Both move on set paths. -”Two Planes shooting at each other”, basically Jet Fighter -”RACE GAME with Int. joysticks, Obstacles and Bouncing!”, bouncing around an environment with walls -”Boxing”, rudimentary humans, undecided if top or bottom view -”Handball”, bounces off sides of the screen and drains on bottom -”Pinball Game”, gains points if it hits dots on overlays as it ricochets. Drains through black box on overlay. “Hands Off Bounce-Chase”, players bounce around until they collide with each other, marking the time December 6-12 1967 - Harrison and Rusch investigate pool and hockey. Initially the circuits seem to be a no go, but success is reported on the 12. December 13, 1967 - Rusch proposes new TVG ideas -”Ouija Board TV set Game” -”Puzzles - kids can ‘build' pictures with visual multi-shaped ‘blocks' etc” Demonstration visual is a pentomino -Rusch outlines a vase-like figure “Silhouette” -”Puppet Shows” -Presuming a battery powered TV, ”Cheap Radar for Boats? Car tuner etc, In Planes?” December 18, 1967 - “Mirror system on piano, organ” December 20, 1967 - Other Rusch ideas -”Combine TV and Telephone” -”Shooting Galley with moving ducks and spinning hills” -”Use TV as Oscilloscope” January 2, 1968 - Report for December 1967 -”Additional operating modes (rebounding, shrinking target size) display circuitry was developed and demonstrated” -Patent applications to be submitted January 4, 1968 - Rusch, “MUST PERSEVERE FOR CREATIVE IDEAS” January 11, 1968 - Harison to do list for gun, now in its rifle form -”Finish pistol” -”Put function from PC board into chassis” -Photocell sync January 17, 1968 - “Cost Estimate (Electronics Only)” by Harrison -”Gun, $2.60” -”Antenna Crowbar, $.51” -”3 spot function box, $12.00”, 24 transistors, 1 Silicon controlled rectifier, 1 photocell, 1 inductive pick-up coil, 8 thin potentiometers, 8 long shaft potentiometers, 30 diodes, 60 resistors, 20 capacitores, 8 electrolytic capacitors. 161 parts, 10 individual parts. -Total, $15.11 January 18, 1968 to February 19 - Meetings with Teleprompter/CATV about licensing the device. January 26, 1968 - “CATV Demo Box”, for using a direct broadcast signal January 31, 1968 - Herbert Campman issues a stop order for the project February 20, 1968 - Harrison works on gun electronics -Indications by numbering on the documents suggests there may have been other interim activity on either side August 11, 1968 - Harrison resumes schematic work -Creates general layouts for their functionality at present -Includes generation of several spot types: Round ball, a diamond shape, the star-like shape, a vertical rounded rectangle, and a wide rounded rectangle September 6-17, 1968 - Harrison is given the task to use Rusch's circuits to do five important functions: -”Video ?”, “Coincidence detectors”, “Gated Differentiator”, “Wall Bounce”, “DMV Voltage Controlled” October 26, 1968 - “LIST OF GAMES Playable w/ Various Configuations ”Games are prepared split into four categories. 2 spots with coincidence, 3 spots with reciprocate, 3 spots with Net/Wall line, 3 spots + ball and coincidence -”Overlay Checker Games, Maze Games” -”Chase Games” -”Ping Pong, w/o net, w/ net” -”Hockey (with overlay goals) -”Handball, single handed, doubles” -”Gun Games (gun added), single spot stationary or manually moved, ball intercept (auto or manual)”' -”Golf Putting Game” -Color still a noted feature of system January 1969 - Noted as an approximate date, new games list -”Handball”, “Ping Pong”, “Volley Ball”, “Hockey”, “Golf Putting”, “checkers Games”, “Chase”, “Target”, “Pumping Game”, “Coed Square Games - Add code generator” -Controller with two potentiometers and one button is created -Games currently toggled with a switch -”1st position - table tennis or hockey” -”2nd position - Chase or Overlay games + rifle” -”3rd position - Hand Ball (incomplete)” January 14, 1969 - Meeting with RCA. March 1969 - New “TVG - DigBox” “Conservative estimate” of parts and price -Without two players, case, controllers, gun, or connectors -$12.65 total. 35 diodes, 30 transistors, 90 resistors, 1 silicon controlled rectifier, 10 large capacitors, 15 small capacitors, 10 potentiometers, 1 PC Board March 10, 1969 - Meeting with Zenith. March 12, 1969 - Meeting with GE. March 18, 1969 - Meeting with Sylvania. April 2, 1969 - Meeting with RCA. May 7, 1969 - Meeting with GE. May 26, 1969 - “Hockey ADD ON for TVG” by Bill Rusch -Would allow for ball to move in the direction of the hit, with velocity, and bounce off walls -Two separate generators for square and round ball spots -Cost $12.00 for the electronics, plus $5.00 for the joysticks May 28, 1969 - Meeting with GE and a representative from the Institute for Analytical Research. May 29, 1969 - “Round Spot for TVG ??” by Harrison, seeming to express disbelief that they are still trying Meeting with Motorola. (Warwick was demonstrated to at some point and Sony was considered, if not strictly demonstrated) July 1970 - Magnavox representatives, encouraged by Bill Enders formerly of RCA, come for a demonstration of the Brown Box. August 26, 1970 - Baer and Lou Etlinger travel to Magnavox's headquarters in Fort Wayne to demonstrate the Brown Box. 1971 - Bill Harrison creates a game list with the logic gates denoted as well as a currently unused color switch -Ping Pong. Hockey, Hand Ball, “Volley Ball (also checkers with obstacle)”, “Pumping Game ?”, Target Shooting, Chase Game, Checker Games, Golf Putting, Code Gen March 11th, 1971 - Sanders and Magnavox sign their initial licensing agreement for the technology of the Brown Box. March 30, 1971 - Visit to Magnavox in Fort Wayne report by Baer -In attendance: Gerry Martin (Console Product Dev), Bob Sanders (VP Engineering), Bob Wiles (Color TV Product Mfg), Bob Grant (TV Engineer Manager), Paul Knauer (Chief Color TV Engineer), George Kent (Section Chief, Color TV Engineering), Clarence Graef (Color Engineer), Gene Kile (Manager of Design), Clyde “Wiley” Welbaum (Design Director) -Baer went with Kile and Welbaum. Harrison met with Kanuer, Kent, Graef, and Grant. -Baer group was taped, 4 hour discussion -”It was pointed out that product introduction in the TV business occurs in April & May”, unlikely for 1972 -”There was a positive attitude displayed by all attendees to the demo and at subsequent sessions with the exception of Bob Saunders who refused to enter into the spirit of the TV, as he did on our prior visit - cannot ‘read' his real position as yet.” -”All parties recognize the need for an engineering team supported by at least one non-engineering, creative, imaginative software man” -The control would have two controllers with 4-6 ft wires, use circuit cards, to look like a portable cassette recorder June 10, 1971 - Bill Harrison does more schematics on “Chroma Gen for Magnavox” June 28, 1971 - Harrison produces notes on a Magnavox meeting -”gun not so good” -Meeting happening in New York to discuss saleability of machine, marketing of the games such as names and whatnot -George Kent is optimistic July 20, 1971 - “Skill-O-Vision” by Bob Wiles outlines their plans for a market test -Idea was discussed in San Diego with a man named Ken Crane -Test would be conducted from Monday the 26 to Thursday the 29th -Bob Wiles, Clarence Graef, and Vern Parnell would demonstrate the device Provided Questionnaire outlines both a script and a set of questions -”Under no circumstances will the electronic games impair your television reception” -Game cards are used, English control is implemented, Reset button -Games are Ping Pong, Checkerboard I, States and Capitals, Baseball, Rifle Range Questions, filled out in a California and a Michigan (October) test, 82 respondents: -Interest -89% Very much -Like and dislike -Top likes: competitive, Unique, Educational -Preference of game card or a dial selector -Demographic: Adults, Teens, Preteends, Grade Schoolers, Preschoolers -Adults -Other toys -”Do you Presently Own a Color TV Set?” -78% yes -Preference on Skill-O-Vision name -65% like -”Would you buy this product if it were offered for sale at $75? If no, what price do you think the product should sell for?” -80% yes -Married or single -Age of head of house -Education level of head of house -Income bracket October 1971 - A decision is made to market the console October 15, 1971 - Robert Fritsche memo on Skill-O-Vision, interprets data from the initial tests to push for family marketing and a new name February 2nd, 1972 - Magnavox signs the final agreement to put the Brown Box system out on the market imminently. April 25, 1972 - Odyssey patents accepted. May 3, 1972 - The first Magnavox Profit Caravan show is held in Phoenix, Arizona. May 23-25, 1972 - The Magnavox show in Burlingame. August 1, 1972 - Another agreement is signed between Magnavox and Sanders. September 1972 - Odyssey from Magnavox is released. -Materials and labor costs are $35 for the console, $99.95 general cost. November 28, 1972 - Robert Fritsche sends out a memo about Odyssey survey cards, letters, and interesting reports on Odyssey's use -LA Air Traffic Control purchased two units for a training program with modification -Veterans Administration in NY (Bioengineering Research Service), created qudrapalegic accessible version with a microswitch behind the head -University of Kentucky testing motor responses with two units -Optometrist in NJ, “He has modified the conditions under which Odyssey is used to better develop binocular, hand-eye, and other ocular skills.” -High schools to use Odyssey in “Visual Training programs” -”Head Start” in Maryland studying Odyssey November 27, 1972 - A Bally lawyer calls Magnavox over the question of licensing -Magnavox says they are not current in the position to designate sub-licensees. April 1973 - Magnavox begins sending out legal probes. -Terms of license are 7% on net sales, $5000 advance, no less than $1000 per year. -Later reduced to 6% and $500 minimum. April 15, 1974 - Bally files suit in New York, Magnavox files suit in Chicago. The former files for invalidation of the patents, the other files for infringement. -Seeburg Industries Inc, The Seeburg Corporation, Williams Electronics Inc, World Wide Distributors are added. September 1974 - Magnavox bought by Philips. July 1975 - Atari files suit against Magnavox for invalidation. -Quickly incorporated into the main case. September 1975 - Sears gets added due to Home Pong. January 1976 - Standard license agreement -$100,000 advance -5% for the first 250,000 units -4% for the second 250,000 units -3% in excess of 500,000 units June 1976 - Atari, Bally, and Sears settle. -Atari licensing agreement. $1.5 million in installments. 4% first 20,000 units, 3% after. -”ATARI hereby grants to MAGNAVOX and SANDERS, subject to the reservations [...] a fully paid non-exclusive license to make, have made, use, sell and lease LICENSED PRODUCTS under the ATARI PATENTS, without the right to sublicense. ATARI further grants to MAGNAVOX and to SANDERS an option to grant non-exclusive sublicenses in foreign countries outside the United States under ATARI PATENTS provided that a payment is made to ATARI of 1% of the Net selling Price of the sub-licensed products.” January 1977 - Initial case finalized in Magnavox's favor. September 1977 - APF Electronics, Unisonic, Executive Games, URL, Taito America, Control Sales, Jewel Co, Osco Drug, Turn-Style, Jay-Kay Distributors, K-Mart, Bennet Bros, Venture Electronic International all sued by Magnavox. -Fairchild, Allied Leisure, and Radio Shack also sued. -Appears to be piecemealed off in settlements. -URL does go bankrupt and Magnavox sues for settlement. 1978 - Bally is sued again over Bally Professional Arcade. 1980 - Magnavox v Mattel is filed -Ends in 1982 after a 9 day trial, settlement at the 11th hour. -Establishes precedent for programmable games. 1982 - Magnavox v Activision 1982 - APF and MIT jointly sue Magnavox -Bolkow patents 1984 - Bally sued AGAIN 1986 - Magnavox v Nintendo -Over both the original patents and the light gun 1992 - Magnavox v Sega of America 1993 - American Vending Sales, Inc, Atlas Distributing, Inc, Capcom U.S.A. Inc, Coin Machine Corporation of America, Data East U.S.A. Inc, Konami America Inc, Leland Corporation, Romstar Inc, Snk Corporation of America, Temco, Inc, Tradewest Inc, World Wide Distributors Inc, Taito America Corporation sued. February 15, 1994 - “Konami agreed to pay North American Philips $495,000. This amount represented a 3% royalty for each game Konami sold between June 1987 and April 1989 that incorporated the patented device”
In Episode 21, Riely and Ida are joined by special guest Willy the Warden to discuss the newest live action Disney film, 2022's "Pinocchio" and the intricate scientific subtext behind it. THIS SHOW IS STREAMED LIVE ON TWITCH! Check it out LIVE at twitch.tv/rielystreams
In the third episode of the Conflict Management Technique Series, Warden Dawson and guest Dr. Steve Sampson look at some practical skills that can help us bring down the intensity of a situation, if not avoid it altogether. These skills are quite simple but are often overlooked, ignored, or treated lightly.Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER:This podcast may not be distributed without written permission by NIJO. The information contained herein shall not be construed as legal advice. Listeners should always consult legal counsel to determine how the laws of their individual jurisdiction affect the application of these materials and guidelines to their individual circumstances.
Audio Quailty Warning - Zencastr FAILED and Brad had to call into the studio. Our phone call was poorer audio than Brian expects. He apologizes for this show not meeting normal standards from guest audio quality perspective. However, the conversation is too good to not to air. Data collection - we are all aware of it. Most of us probably acknowledge our privacy is invaded daily but give in to the modern world without much caution. Brian is guilty as charged. He definitely has a love hate relationship with technology and its dark side. Have you wondered - should I give the Feds the real numbers or just make them up? In all seriousness, Brian as been there. Why do I have to give how many birds I hunted last year (goose, ducks, woodcock, ext.). I had a good season last year - We ate a lot of woodcock. Am I going to draw attention from a Warden if I answer that I harvested 20 woodcock last year? These thoughts I'm sure have crossed your mind as the clerk behind the license machine asks those HIP Certification questions. Brian and Brad clear the air on HIP. What the data is used for. How submitting information helps hunter opportunity and proper management tools. Even more, How this data helps protect our hunting heritage from encroachments by other governmental agencies. Brad Bortner' s Background. Brad spend an extensive amount of his career working for United States Fish and Wildlife Service. After many different roles around Migratory birds he was promoted in 2011 to the Chief for the Division of Migratory Bird Management. THE GUY for all things migratory at USFW. During his tenure, Brad played an vital role implementing the collection and analyzation of data. After sometime the HIP Certification was formally launched as a tool for USFW to understand real harvest and success rates of hunters. This information has been paramount in setting regulations and implementing changes to waterfowl and migratory birds species. The data has impacted our populations, habitat, and opportunity to recreate immensely. Join Patreon and get entered into the Amaazen Outdoors Patron Only monthly giveaways. www.patreon.com/amaazenoutdoors Contact Brian: (920) 277-5750 Call or Text & firstname.lastname@example.org 2022 OPEN GROUSE AND WOODCOCK DATES (9 open days in Oct) (4 Open days in Sept) 2022 Fall Musky - Ask Brian about a Cast and Blast (Fall Musky Float One Day / Grouse and Woodcock Hunt the Next. 2023 Dates Available - Contact Brian to Plan and Reserve Dates ASAP Feb - June - Fly Fishing WI Trout (Pierce, Polk, St Croix, & Dunn Counties) April - June - Select dates for WI Spring Turkey Zone 3 June - August - Smallmouth and Musky River Trips September - WI Zone D Black Bear (Over Bait) October - Peak WI Grouse and Woodcock (September - Dec Per WI DNR Season Dates) *** We do not grouse hunt during WI Firearm Deer Season (Mid Nov). November - 3 openings for WI Whitetail Archery Rut For more information, Rates, or to Make a Reservations: Contact Brian: (920) 277-5750 Call or Text & email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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In a story that is all too common these days, we have another warden who is being accused of running a facility where it was commonplace, according to reports, that female inmates were being assaulted. Now, the warden who was responsible for this prison is now receiving a promotion and advocates are demanding to know why. (commercial at 12:17)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/warden-ignored-staff-rapes-of-female-inmates-prisoner-alleges-florida-promptly-promoted-him/ar-AA11RK1z?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=923672f322fc44eba533363b4ed61a24
In a story that is all too common these days, we have another warden who is being accused of running a facility where it was common place, according to reports, that female inmates were being assaulted. Now, the warden who was responsible for this prison is now receiving a promotion and advocates are demanding to know why. (commercial at 12:17)to contact me:email@example.com:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/warden-ignored-staff-rapes-of-female-inmates-prisoner-alleges-florida-promptly-promoted-him/ar-AA11RK1z?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=923672f322fc44eba533363b4ed61a24
John Nores - (Ret.) Lieutenant / Game Warden for California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Cofounder of the Marijuana Enforcement Team (MET), Author of the book Hidden War, War in the Woods, and Where There's Smoke. With a love for wildlife and our nation's, John became a game warden for the California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in 1992 after earning BS and MS degrees at San Jose State University. He was inducted into SJSU's Justice Studies Hall of Fame in 2018. In 2005 John promoted to Lieutenant, continuing his mission to protect and defend our nation's wildlife resources. Nores has investigated environmental crime and wildlife resource destruction for the last 28 years and was awarded the Governor's Medal of Valor for lifesaving and leadership efforts in 2008. He's received several other awards for valor, life-saving, and distinguished service throughout his career and along with his teammates has survived four officer-involved shooting incidents during DTO trespass grow operations. John's first book, War in the Woods: Combating the Marijuana Cartels on America's Public Lands, was published in 2010 with his second book, Hidden War: How special operations game wardens are reclaiming America's wildlands from the drug cartels dropped in 2019. Nores also recently co-authored a national cannabis environmental issue book, Where There's Smoke, released in 2018. In 2013 John co-developed the Marijuana Enforcement Team (MET) and Delta Team, the CDFW's first comprehensive wilderness spec ops tactical unit and sniper element, aimed at combatting the drug cartel's decimation of our nation's wildlife resources. Lt. Nores and his team are featured in three seasons of National Geographic channel's award-winning game warden reality TV series, “Wild Justice,” highlighted in the Sportsman Channel's Patriot Profiles: Life of Duty documentary TV series, Pursuit Channel's Modern Shooter and Frontier Unlimited television programs, hosts RecoilTV's Thin Green Line film series and co-hosts the Thin Green Line and Warden's Watch podcasts that discuss public safety and wildlife conservation topics and issues throughout the US. Tune in as John Nores joins Bobby Marshall virtually and discuss cartel marijuana grow operations, impacts to the environment, public lands, wildlife conservation, law enforcement, hunting, mountain life, and so much more. Please subscribe or like us on social media platforms for updates on shows, events, and episode drops.www.themountainsidepodcast.comwww.johnnores.comHidden War e-bookHidden War AudiobookJohn Nores YoutubeThin Green Line Pilot Film Sponsor Linkswww.jockofuel.com Mountain Side listeners receive 10% off all Jocko Fuel products! Use Code TMS10 to save.www.ONNIT.com Mountain Side listeners use Discount code TMS to receive 10% off ONNIT products! www.OriginMaine.comMountain Side listeners receive 10% off Origin & Jocko Fuelproducts! Use Code TMS10 to save. Other Affiliates Links
Warden Dawson and Dr. Sampson continue the conversation about conflict by looking at some more internal causes of conflict. Each of us needs to be aware of these facts as we consider and prepare for conflict that may come about in our daily interpersonal interactions.Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER:This podcast may not be distributed without written permission by NIJO. The information contained herein shall not be construed as legal advice. Listeners should always consult legal counsel to determine how the laws of their individual jurisdiction affect the application of these materials and guidelines to their individual circumstances.
Making it in Hollywood John Zaozirny, Bellevue Productions – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 836 John Zaozirny John Zaozirny oversees the feature film production slate for Bellevue and the Literary Management Team. His clients' writing and directing credits include INFINITE, PARALLEL, ELI, BAD MATCH, BETTER WATCH OUT, HEAVY TRIP, OFFICE UPRISING, JOLT, and SPLINTER amongst others. His clients have written feature scripts that are set up at Warner Bros, Paramount, Fox, Lionsgate, New Line, Focus Features, Fox 2000, Sony, Universal, amongst others. As well, his clients have had 26 scripts on the last 7 Black Lists, the annual list of the best unproduced feature scripts, including BLONDE AMBITION, the number one script on the 2016 Black List, HEADHUNTER, the number one script on the 2020 Black List, and CAULIFLOWER, the number one script on the 2021 Black List. His clients have also written on TV shows such as SHANTARAM, FBI INTERNATIONAL, BOSCH: LEGACY, MR ROBOT, TRAINING DAY, TINY PRETTY THINGS, HAWAII FIVE-O, THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE and HAND OF GOD, amongst others. He also reps the writer of the Eisner nominated comic book LITTLE BIRD. As a producer, John's feature film projects include CRISTO (set up at Warner Bros, Black List 2010), WARDEN (set up at New Line) CAPSULE (set up at Fox, Black List 2013), BLONDE AMBITION (set up at Universal, Black List 2016), and LIONHUNTERS (set up at Warner Bros, Black List 2017.) He was an executive producer on the feature films ALWAYS WATCHING and PARALLEL and produced ELI, which was released by Netflix. He most recently produced INFINITE, directed by Antoine Fuqua and starring Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Dylan O'Brien, which was released by Paramount Plus. Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with John Zaozirny about making it in Hollywood. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How there are two types of managers, managers who occasionally produce and producers who occasionally manage and why John wants to be the former. - Why having a passion for screen writing can help inform who you work with as a manger. - How you need to be really driven to be a successful screen writer. - Why being a screenwriter is really about compromise and collaboration. - How being a manger means representing your clients and having your clients represent you. Connect with John: Guest Contact Info Twitter @bellevueprods Instagram @bellevueprods Facebook facebook.com/bellevueprods Links Mentioned: Bellevueprods.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are you ready for some football? We watched two movies this with week that had some football, but not much, in Necessary Roughness (1992) and The Replacements (2000). Two similar stories about rag-tag teams, scrapped together hastily to generate an underdog to root for. We compare the rosters side by side to see if we can emerge with a winning movie.Subscribe, rate and review:Apple Podcasts: Our Film FathersSpotify: Our Film FathersGoogle Podcasts: Our Film FathersStitcher: Our Film FathersAmazon Music: Our Film Fathers-----------------------Follow us:Instagram: @ourfilmfathersTwitter: @ourfilmfathersEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Warden Dawson is joined by Dr. Steve Sampson to discuss his upcoming book and subsequent training. Conflict is a part of life and can be either good or bad. Warden Dawson and Dr. Sampson discuss some of the facts and causes of conflict that each of us bring to the table within ourselves.Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER:This podcast may not be distributed without written permission by NIJO. The information contained herein shall not be construed as legal advice. Listeners should always consult legal counsel to determine how the laws of their individual jurisdiction affect the application of these materials and guidelines to their individual circumstances.
"How do you want to do this — eyes open or closed?" In a former life, Isaac was a Warden; an Agra Warden. So when Agravar decides to send farmers to raid Rally for its resin, Isaac knows at once that something is wrong. Will his plan to parley with Agravar on Rally's terms go ask he expects? Probably not.
14-year-old Colorado girl SHOT while she was making a TikTok video. A 14-year-old girl was shot and murdered while making a TikTok video; three persons, including two minors, have been arrested in connection with her killing. The Monte Vista Police Department reports that at 3:30 p.m. on August 7, officers responded to a shooting call in the 300 block of Monroe Street and located a young female victim suffering from gunshot wounds. When emergency medical services arrived, they pronounced her dead. The Monte Vista Police Department stated on August 11 that detectives had arrested two female adolescents for reckless manslaughter and possession of a weapon by juveniles. Another male, 21-year-old Emiliano Vargas, was arrested on charges of providing or allowing a minor to possess a pistol and failing to comply with the law regarding the secure storage of firearms. It has been said that he was the owner of the pistol used in the fatal shot but was not there at the time. The affidavit states that the cops discovered the woman on the floor "with blood and other fluid" gushing out of her head. The police then reportedly discovered a pistol in a separate bedroom; the house where the shooting took place speculated that one of the two teens had hidden the weapon there after the incident. According to reports, Vargas and another minor shared the Monroe Street residence with his grandmother. A minor was "informed that the juveniles were handling the gun and recording movies on 'TikTok,'" according to one of the two responding cops. Officers were told by one of the minors that they removed the clip and "it simply occurred." In the affidavit, it is stated that because no exit wound was discovered, "the bullet remains in the skull of the victim." The investigation states that Vargas "routinely" allows one of the minors to use his gun, which he leaves "visible and unlocked on a top shelf," because he "trusts" them. Teenager Aaliyah Salazar, 14, was named as the victim by KUSA-TV. She "had just become a teenager and [was] so excited to attend her freshman year of high school," as her obituary puts it. Aaliyah had a number of pets, including three dogs, a cat, a turtle, and a few hamsters, for which she was "the proud mama." She "knew she was going to be famous one day" because of her interest in creating TikTok videos KUSA report.s that some of Aaliyah's relatives think the gunshot "was on purpose." The Colorado State Attorney's Office is apparently in charge of the investigation. Wisconsin inmate claims he had sex with a jail supervisor twice A prison administrator, age 37, was arrested and charged with having a sexual relationship with an inmate. The Racine County Sheriff's Office received information concerning a possible relationship between Racine Correctional Institute supervisor Jacqueline Heidt and an inmate on August 24, according to a press release. It has been reported that investigators seized Heidt's cellphone and uncovered evidence, including photos and messages, to back up the accusations. According to the Sheriff's Office, the claimed romance started in April and lasted until August 4. The detainee allegedly informed investigators that they had sex in Heidt's office several times a week. According to the Sheriff's Office, the two engaged in "sexual intercourse at least 20 times, but less than 40 times." As well as having sexual relations through intercourse, the two allegedly engaged in other sexual activities. The Sheriff's Office claims that Heidt was interviewed on August 25 but rejected the allegations. After being shown the phone evidence, the Sheriff's office said she "changed her manner and stopped responding questions." Reportedly, Heidt was taken into custody and charged with second-degree sexual assault by correctional employees, misconduct in public service, and delivery of illicit materials to a prisoner. She has a bond set at slightly over $1.1 million and is still being held in the Racine County Jail. A 49-year-old man was given a 35-year prison term for his persistent sexual assault of two minors. The Collin County District Attorney's Office alleges that Mark Jones, who had unrestricted access to two children, aged 10 and 14, for a number of years, sexually molested them. Apparently, the victim penned a letter to God describing the abuse, and one of her parents later discovered the letter and informed the authorities. The District Attorney's Office claims that the note's discovery led to the identification of a second young victim. It has been stated that both youngsters were interviewed by authorities and disclosed the existence of abuse. The District Attorney's Office stated on August 29 that Jones was sentenced to 35 years in jail without parole for his long history of child sexual abuse. Greg Willis, the district attorney for Collin County, made the following statement: "When even one child is victimized by a sexual predator over a long period of time, it is a tragedy for the entire community. It's unthinkable that this pervert sexually harmed not one but two young children." A grandpa is believed to have punched his daughter's fiancé after he exposed himself to the child, who was then 5 years old, at their home. After reportedly exposing himself to a 5-year-old girl, a 22-year-old man was arrested last week on multiple offenses, including attempted rape. Attempted rape of a child, indecent assault, unlawful contact with a juvenile, corruption of minors, and indecent exposure were among the charges against Aaron Cunagin, who was detained on August 24 by police from the Middletown Borough Police Department at the Pineford Apartments. His bond was set at $150,000 and he was put into the Dauphin County Prison. Penn Live reports that Cunagin and the girl were in the girl's bedroom/playroom at the time of the alleged incident. There are rumors that the girl's grandfather felt it strange to see his granddaughter sitting on Cunagin's lap, but he nonetheless left the room. When the victim's grandfather returned to check on him and Cunagin, he allegedly found Cunagin with his pants down and his genitalia exposed. It was also said that the girl was barefoot and pantless. It has been stated that the grandfather yelled, punched, and phoned the police on Cunagin. Police say Cunagin told them, "Simply, the thought occurred to me. I went in and out of arguments with myself. Feelings of numbness pervaded me. I sat there thinking while holding it." When questioned further about the nature of "it," he allegedly revealed that he was referring to his privates. According to the Centre Daily Times, which also relies on court documents, Cunagin is accused of saying that he was "fighting himself whether or not to have sex with the victim." The Centre Daily Times reports that the girl said this happened four other times, although Cunagin denied it. He reportedly proposed to the granddaughter of his late father. If you like TRUE CRIME TODAY - Be sure to search and subscribe wherever you download podcasts! 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This week we will be looking into a case that affected the employees of the Dominoes corporation. Now these crimes were not committed by the corporation, however the treatment of one employee changed the lives of five others and the people who loved them forever. This case grabbed headlines for all the wrong reasons and spearheaded the behavioral analysis of disgruntled employees to come. After reading and preparing for this case, I think my conclusion may be a little cloudy. if you are a listener on Spotify, please be sure to scroll below for episode polls and questions. Anchor listeners do not be too shy to send me opinions via voice notes. And to my listeners on Apple, please leave reviews and rate my podcast. But if its anything less than four stars, save it. LOL! Sources for this week: (11905) Killer Coworker - YouTube 'Lessons learned as the son of a serial killer' - Baptist Courier Mitchell Carlton Sims, Petitioner-appellant, v. Jill Brown, Warden,* Respondent-appellee, 425 F.3d 560 (9th Cir. 2005) :: Justia Mitchell Sims, Ruby Padgett: 'Killer Couples' Profiles 1980s Domino's Pizza Murders On Oxygen's Documentary - Inquisitr --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinderrello/support
This week on the show, we feature a chat with Aaron Parker of Edgewood Nursery & Tim Holland (aka MC Sole), who together form the Propaganda By The Seed podcast. You can find the podcast on the channel zero network, Libsyn, and a bunch of streaming services. We hope you enjoy this chat as much as Bursts did. We talk about their project of sharing conversations with various farmers, herbalists, propagators, scavengers, historians and cooks about plants, food autonomy, agriculture mutual aid and a host of other, related topics. The podcast that Bursts mentioned but never named is "The Strange Case of Starship Iris". It's great, you should check it out. You can find a bunch of Sole's music at his bandcamp. And, if you want to hear past convos we've had, you can find a chat Tim & Bursts had (when Bursts was wicked underslept) in 2017 or Amar & Bursts on the "final" Solecast in 2020. Amy's Kitchen Labor Issues For a few articles on the Amy's Kitchen labor issues, since they closed a factory in San Jose, laying off 300 employees with no notice…: NBC News: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/amys-kitchen-says-food-made-love-factory-say-job-left-injured-rcna8189 PrismReports: https://prismreports.org/2022/08/04/amys-kitchen-closes-san-jose-workers-organize/ Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/michelesimon/2022/08/09/hypocrisy-at-amys-kitchen-can-a-food-company-be-truly-sustainable-when-it-comes-to-worker-rights/?sh=543c569b3b11 Eater.com: https://www.eater.com/23011738/amys-kitchen-boycott-labor-dispute-workers-california Mo Evil Foods: Their site: https://www.moevilfoods.com/ our interview from 2020: https://www.moevilfoods.com/inspiration/support-essential-workers-jhf6r Laborwave Radio interivew: https://www.laborwaveradio.com/post/no-evil-foods Announcements Phone / Email Zap for Robert Preacher Robert Peacher #881627 is a prolific jailhouse lawyer who is incarcerated at Pendleton CF. He has won at least 18 lawsuits against the Indiana DOC since being wrongfully convicted in the late '90s. In retaliation for his jailhouse lawyering in defense of prisoners' human rights, Peacher was fed rat poison by guards at Wabash Valley CF. As a result of that experience, Peacher now suffers from PTSD and can't eat unless his food is delivered by someone he trusts. He has told officials that he can't trust food delivered by custody officers but will eat food delivered by non-custody staff. He is now 48 days into an involuntary hunger strike and could use some support... Please call and email IDOC HQ and Pendleton CF Warden Dennis Reagle to demand that Robert Preacher's (#881627) food be delivered by non-custody staff, so that he can eat without triggering his PTSD! IDOC HQ: 317 239 5711 ext 1 IDOC Commissioner Robert Carter Jr: email@example.com Pendleton CF Warden Dennis Reagle: DReagle@idoc.in.gov 16 On Hunger Strike at Harnett CI in NC from ItsGoingDown: On August 30th, sixteen prisoners housed in the SC-S 24 building of Harnett Correctional, in Lillington, NC went on an indefinite hunger strike. A supporter received the following statement, signed by all sixteen participants, with the request that it posted and spread online to make their grievances known. Stay tuned for future calls to action! In the meantime, supporters can call the Warden of Harnett CI, Cathy Judge, at 910-893-2751 to express their support and concern for the hunger strike. . ... . .. Featured Tracks Include: Keeper of the Ecosystems (instrumental) by Sole from Worlds Not Yet Gone (Black Box Tapes) The Old (w/ Oldeaf) by Sole Flood by Sole and DJ Pain 1 from Nihilismo
There is a lot of interest in utilizing more and more technology in jails, specifically as it relates to inmates. Kiosks, communication devices, tablets, etc. Are they beneficial? Are there areas of concern? Is technology worth it? Warden Dawson and special guest Lt. Moats take a practical look at the use of technology in jails based upon their own experiences.Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER:This podcast may not be distributed without written permission by NIJO. The information contained herein shall not be construed as legal advice. Listeners should always consult legal counsel to determine how the laws of their individual jurisdiction affect the application of these materials and guidelines to their individual circumstances.
Jan 6 Political Prisoners Tortured, Beaten, Frozen, Isolated and Kept in Solitary by Leftist Judges and D.C. Warden. Dennis Prager Podcasts Political Prisoner Aug 29 2022 Dennis talks to Jon Mellis, a January 6 political prisoner who is in jail in Washington, DC. He has been in jail for 19 months and has never had a bail hearing, let alone a trial. Isn't this in clear violation of Bill of Rights — the right to a speedy trial and the prohibition against unreasonable bail? A new study suggests that Biden's student loan forgiveness plan will cost not $300 billion, but $1 trillion. What's $700 billion between friends?... California and Washington won't allow gas powered cars to be sold after 2035. And for what? A vanishingly small lowering of temperature — maybe. Canada is spending $100 million to support the 2SLGBTQIA+ community… Secular + Affluence = Boredom leads to Leftism… Dennis talks to Xaviaer DuRousseau, PragerForce member. He has a dramatic transformation story. 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It'll make you think harder, pray more ardently, and understand your civilization better." — Ben Shapiro, host of "The Ben Shapiro Show" "Dennis Prager's commentary on Exodus will rank among the greatest modern Torah commentaries. That is how important I think it is. And I am clearly not alone... It might well be on its way to becoming the most widely read Torah commentary of our time—and by non-Jews as well as by Jews." — Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, bestselling author of Jewish Literacy Why do so many people think the Bible, the most influential book in world history, is outdated? Why do our friends and neighbors – and sometimes we ourselves – dismiss the Bible as irrelevant, irrational, immoral, or all of these things? This explanation of the Book of Exodus, the second book of the Bible, will demonstrate that the Bible is not only powerfully relevant to today's issues, but completely consistent with rational thought. Do you think the Bible permitted the trans-Atlantic slave trade? You won't after reading this book. Do you struggle to love your parents? If you do, you need this book. Do you doubt the existence of God because belief in God is “irrational?” This book will give you reason after reason to rethink your doubts. The title of this commentary is, “The Rational Bible” because its approach is entirely reason-based. The reader is never asked to accept anything on faith alone. As Prager says, “If something I write does not make rational sense, I have not done my job.” The Rational Bible is the fruit of Dennis Prager's forty years of teaching the Bible to people of every faith, and no faith. On virtually every page, you will discover how the text relates to the contemporary world and to your life. His goal: to change your mind – and then change your life. Highly Recommended by ACU. Purchase his book at- https://www.amazon.com/Rational-Bible-Exodus-Dennis-Prager/dp/1621577724 The Rational Bible: Genesis by Dennis Prager USA Today bestseller Publishers Weekly bestseller Wall Street Journal bestseller Many people today think the Bible, the most influential book in world history, is not only outdated but irrelevant, irrational, and even immoral. This explanation of the Book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible, demonstrates clearly and powerfully that the opposite is true. The Bible remains profoundly relevant—both to the great issues of our day and to each individual life. It is the greatest moral guide and source of wisdom ever written. Do you doubt the existence of God because you think believing in God is irrational? This book will give you many reasons to rethink your doubts. Do you think faith and science are in conflict? You won't after reading this commentary on Genesis. Do you come from a dysfunctional family? It may comfort you to know that every family discussed in Genesis was highly dysfunctional! The title of this commentary is “The Rational Bible” because its approach is entirely reason-based. The reader is never asked to accept anything on faith alone. In Dennis Prager's words, “If something I write is not rational, I have not done my job.” The Rational Bible is the fruit of Dennis Prager's forty years of teaching the Bible—whose Hebrew grammar and vocabulary he has mastered—to people of every faith and no faith at all. On virtually every page, you will discover how the text relates to the contemporary world in general and to you personally. His goal: to change your mind—and, as a result, to change your life.
Wisconsin's archery deer season is a little more than two weeks away! As you wrap up all your last minute prep, be sure to make brushing up on the rules and regulations a normal part of your preseason ritual. Every year, outdoorsmen receive warnings and citations for issues that could have been easily avoided. Toward that end, this week's guest is Matt Koshollek, Conservation Warden for Dane County in Southern Wisconsin. Matt is a lifelong outdoorsman and spends much of his time enjoying the natural resources that Wisconsin has to offer. In this episode, Josh and Matt cover a day in the life of a Conservation Warden, dealing with drunk bears, and some common (easily avoidable) wildlife violations Matt encounters. Enjoy! Thanks to our partners! TACTACAM and Reveal cell cams Huntworth DeerLab - use code WISCONSIN for 20% off of any plan Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wisconsin's archery deer season is a little more than two weeks away! As you wrap up all your last minute prep, be sure to make brushing up on the rules and regulations a normal part of your preseason ritual. Every year, outdoorsmen receive warnings and citations for issues that could have been easily avoided. Toward that end, this week's guest is Matt Koshollek, Conservation Warden for Dane County in Southern Wisconsin.Matt is a lifelong outdoorsman and spends much of his time enjoying the natural resources that Wisconsin has to offer. In this episode, Josh and Matt cover a day in the life of a Conservation Warden, dealing with drunk bears, and some common (easily avoidable) wildlife violations Matt encounters. Enjoy!Thanks to our partners!TACTACAM and Reveal cell camsHuntworthDeerLab - use code WISCONSIN for 20% off of any plan
On the TENTH episode, The boys are NOT back! This time Cam has his wife, Christine, and his father-in-law, Eugene on the Podcast! Talking about everything from how golf has changed to Christine's pet peeves on the course, especially being a beginner. Also, a giveaway is happening on the tenth episode! Stay tuned till the end to find out how to win!
Clare's county dog warden Frankie Coote is warning owners to control their dogs where possible. He says while seizure of a pet is the last resort, there are occasions where he is left with no option but to do so.
In the final episode in the series on Officer Survival, Warden Dawson and special guest Lt. Moats discuss finding balance in our work and home life. Corrections is what we do, not who we are. We may be proud of what we do, it may be important to us, and we may find a great deal of satisfaction in what we do, but it does not define us. Each of us are so much more than our career. Our purpose, drive and meaning must come from those areas. We take a look at 4 areas that can help us find that balance.Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER:This podcast may not be distributed without written permission by NIJO. The information contained herein shall not be construed as legal advice. Listeners should always consult legal counsel to determine how the laws of their individual jurisdiction affect the application of these materials and guidelines to their individual circumstances.
Tammy Daybell is buried on October 22nd and a memorial is held for her in Rexburg on the 23rd. Brandon alerts Gilbert PD about Tammy's death and Kay emails Det. Moffatt as well. Colby emails his mom wanting to know what's going on. Zulema and Alex text about how giddy Chad is now that "The Warden" is gone, and Melaniece goes to the house of a friend saying. the Holy Ghost told her that her children were there. SPONSOR:betterhelp.com/WhatTheWorldBody Bags Episode about Tammy Daybell:https://t.co/r3y705Ijyq Hidden True Crime episode with friend of Melaniece and Brandon:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1q3XN_hdEoMerch: www.prettyliesandalibis.comDonate: PayPal - firstname.lastname@example.org Venmo - @prettyliesalibis
Ray Garcia, the former warden at the all women's correctional facility in California has been charged with sexual crimes against inmates. It is alleged that he not only made them pose nude for him to photograph, but that he also sexually assaulted them as well. Garcia, for his part, has denied the charges. (commercial at 7:46)to contact me:email@example.com:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/us-prison-warden-charged-with-sexually-abusing-2-more-women/ar-AA111fuA?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=6149bb1d1a03434d9e4fc8bc96f50dd6
Ray Garcia, the former warden at the all women's correctional facility in California has been charged with sexual crimes against inmates. It is alleged that he not only made them pose nude for him to photograph, but that he also sexually assaulted them as well. Garcia, for his part, has denied the charges. (commercial at 7:46)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/us-prison-warden-charged-with-sexually-abusing-2-more-women/ar-AA111fuA?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=6149bb1d1a03434d9e4fc8bc96f50dd6
Brandon and Sarah (aka “Shnozzles and no nose holes, the show” - thank you, Creep Dimensions), share their terrifying experience with a Minecraft mob they haven't encountered before, known as The Warden. Brandon also describes some Diablo moments that caused him to “snap.”Warning: Minor Spoiler!
In this talk writer Thomas Levenson discovers the surprising and unknown history of Isaac Newton as Warden of the Mint at the Tower of London. For more information on the history and stories of our palaces visit: www.hrp.org.uk/history-and-stories
* High Circle Sky Raider * GenCon! Josh talks about his (delayed) prep! * Technical problems continue! But not as bad as before! * Recap of Sky Raider themes and ideas. * Ninth Circle Discipline ability: Strength of the Sky * Warden tier bonuses and Discipline talents. * Warden talent options. * New to the Companion: Lion Spirit, Relentless Recovery, Resist Pain, Storm Shield, Vital Ward * Thirteenth Circle Discipline ability: Stormcall * “Names are hard” and Josh goes through the math of the “big-ass lightning attack”. * Master tier bonuses and Discipline talents. * Master talent options. * Josh misspeaks – Resist Pain would reduce effect of Wound-causing abilities, not Unflinching Fortitude. * New to Companion: Aura Armor, Champion Challenge, Critical Hit, Eagle Eye, Second Chance, Undermine, Weapon Breaker. * High circle analysis and build options. * Talent option system and making choices interesting. * Other Disciplines can deal as much (or more) damage, but the Sky Raider style is *great*. Email: email@example.com Twitter: @EDSGPodcast Josh on Twitter: @LoreMerchant Dan on Twitter: @boice_voice Get product information, developer blogs, and more at www.fasagames.com FASA Games on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fasagamesinc FASA Games Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/uuVwS9u Earthdawn Guild Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/earthdawnguild Earthdawn West Marches: https://discord.gg/hhHDtXW
John Nores, Jr, retired, served as a lieutenant with California State Fish & Wildlife for over 25 years, was a member of the elite (MET) Marijuana Eradication Team, is a speaker, best selling author of the “Hidden War,” host of the Thin Green Line film series and co-host of Warden's Watch and Thin Green Line podcasts. We talk the black-market cartel cannabis, animal cruelty in his new documentary NARCOFORNIA, how legalizing cannabis made the black-market worse, water shortages, environmental damage and much more. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE LIKE AND SHARE THIS PODCAST!!! Social media Instagram- https://instagram.com/johnnores?igshid=NmZiMzY2Mjc= Website- http://www.johnnores.com/ YouTube Channel- https://www.youtube.com/user/johnnores NARCOFORNIA documentary- https://youtu.be/u4OnTilgoTI Books- http://www.johnnores.com/books.html Email- firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Me Twitter- https://twitter.com/CoffeeandaMike Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/coffeeandamike/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeandaMike/ Truth Social- https://truthsocial.com/@coffeeandamike Gettr- https://gettr.com/user/coffeeandamike Support My Work Venmo- https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3570365208987017385&created=1658667789.4661531&printed=1 Website- www.coffeeandamike.com Email- email@example.com
Podcast Shorts is basically just YouTube Shorts, but better because there's no video. In this episode I say why the Warden should be a boss. Enjoy! To submit your stories and to sign up for my bonus content email, go to minecraftshortstories.com For the Minecraft themed Playlists, follow me on Spotify For high-quality and epic merch, go Here --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/minecraftshortstories/message
This week, Esther Belin speaks with Allison Akootchook Warden, an interdisciplinary artist from the Alaskan Native village of Kaktovik. They discuss the practice of acknowledging land before events and Warden's poem “we acknowledge ourselves,” which opens the Land Acknowledgments special issue of Poetry magazine. Warden's writing process for this poem was incredibly collaborative, involving many members of her community, and the poem acknowledges original inhabitants, the historical and current situations connecting them to the land, as well as settlers and foreign governments. “we acknowledge ourselves,” which you'll hear Warden read from, presents an opportunity to restore, celebrate, heal, and grieve.
On this episode of The Fowl Talk Podcast host Sam Porter has special guest Ryan Warden of Toe Tags LLC on to talk about his story of his run in with the feds and why he started Toe Tags LLC.https://toetagsllc.com/https://www.facebook.com/Toetagsllc/@dirtytexasoutfittersDirty Texas Outfitters#doitdirty #makeitcraneSupport the show
How do you fix the fraud problems of disaster relief and remittance programs? By bringing payments onto the Algorand blockchain. So the next time your living room floods, you can receive reliable emergency relief funds immediately. Staci Warden, CEO of Algorand, is on a mission to make the world a better place by helping both banked and unbanked people across the entire globe. She knows that crypto is so much more than the metaverse and NFTs, and is playing a vital role in making sure we solve important real-world problems. She joins me on the show to talk about how we thread the needle between crypto and our legacy systems, tokenization, the industry's North Star, and several exciting projects on the horizon at Algorand. JOIN THE FREE WOLF DEN NEWSLETTER
Court, Impetus, and Saint Kabr break down their go-to builds, loadouts, and pain points to watch out for as you navigate the Warden of Nothing GM. Plus 6 weapon breakdowns from the Shattered Throne & Last Wish! BECOME A PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/massivebreakdownpodcast (https://www.patreon.com/massivebreakdownpodcast) PVP POD: https://destiny-massive-breakdowns.captivate.fm/listen (https://destiny-massive-breakdowns.captivate.fm/listen) STAR WARS POD: https://beneath-twin-suns.captivate.fm/listen (https://beneath-twin-suns.captivate.fm/listen) CHAT SERVER: https://discord.gg/TheyfeQ (https://discord.gg/TheyfeQ) HOME PAGE: https://destinymassivebreakdowns.com (https://destinymassivebreakdowns.com)
The winter tick is a small, external parasite that, like all ticks, survives on the blood of its host. Although winter ticks are not dangerous to human health, they can pose a significant threat to wildlife - moose calves in particular. In this episode of Warden's Watch WILD, wildlife biologist Dr. Alexej Sirén describes the relationship between winter ticks and the eastern moose, how ticks spread, and efforts underway to help mitigate damage to the moose population. Our Sponsor: The Village Gun Store Credits Hosts: Wayne Saunders and John Nores Producer: Jay Ammann Art & Design: Ashley Hannett Content Coordinator: Stacey DesRoches Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify Amazon Google Waypoint Stitcher TuneIn Megaphone Find More Here: Website Warden's Watch / TGL Store Facebook Facebook Fan Page Instagram Twitter YouTube RSS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's Free story comes from the Junkyard Tales collection. It's called "The Cool House." It is hot in the Junkyard, and the animals are worried about Mr. Flinch, the old possum. They know that the intense heat is not good for him, so they devise a plan to create a cool house under the Junkyard Warden's air-conditioned office. But how will they construct this space without the Warden knowing? And how will they sneak in Mr. Flinch? And what happens when all the other animals hear about this deliciously cool house? Come join us as a Sparkle subscriber! Just visit sparklestories.com/summertime and find all of our best stories for summer - plus fun activities, crafts, and recipes to go along! Use the code SUMMERTIME for a month-long free trial. Each week on the Sparkle Stories Podcast, we share a free story from one of our original story series! For many many many more stories like this one, visit the Sparkle website: www.sparklestories.com Questions? Ideas? Requests? Email us! firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoy!