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Monocle 24: The Globalist
Wednesday 16 November

Monocle 24: The Globalist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 60:00


We report on the latest from Warsaw and Kyiv as a deadly missile blast in Poland marks the first time Russia's war in Ukraine has spilled over onto Nato soil. Plus: Donald Trump's 2024 presidential bid and the latest business news.

Radio Prague - English
Czechia in 30 minutes (November 16, 2022)

Radio Prague - English

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 25:36


News; Prague expresses solidarity with Warsaw in wake of missile explosions; Mass graves being uncovered by archaeologists in Prague's Karlín; Preciosa – Bohemia crystal glass products sold the world over

Global News Podcast
Russia denies stray missile landed in Poland

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 31:55


Warsaw raises military readiness after explosion near Ukraine border; the US and other international powers say they're investigating. Also: Ukraine says a wave of Russian missile strikes on Tuesday was the biggest against the country's energy system since the invasion in February, and why are sexually transmitted diseases rising among Britain's elderly?

Jewish History Soundbites
Founder of a Dynasty: The Bais Halevi

Jewish History Soundbites

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 28:11


Rav Yosef Dov Soloveitchik - the Bais Halevi (1820-1892) was the founder of the Soloveitchik/Brisk dynasty. Following his studies in Volozhin and a short stint as a rosh yeshiva in Minsk, he was appointed assistant rosh yeshiva in Volozhin alongside the Netziv. In 1864 he departed to assume the rabbinate in Slutzk, where he remained until 1875 when he retired to Warsaw. In 1879 he moved once again this time to Brisk, where he served as rabbi until his passing.   For sponsorship opportunities about your favorite topics of Jewish history contact Yehuda at:  yehuda@yehudageberer.com   Subscribe To Our Podcast on:  PodBean: https://jsoundbites.podbean.com/ Follow us on Twitter or Instagram at @Jsoundbites You can email Yehuda at yehuda@yehudageberer.com

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Polish officials react to Russian missile strike

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 11:42


Poland's government is holding an urgent meeting of its national security and defence committee after reports Russian missiles crossed into its territory, killing two people. It's believed two stray missiles hit a Polish village near the border of Ukraine. Local firefighters told Reuters two people had died in an explosion - a senior US intelligence official told the Associated Press the missiles had crossed into Poland, which is a member of NATO. Russia had been bombarding cities in Ukraine overnight New Zealand time - hitting cities including Kyiv and Lviv in the west, Kharkiv in the northeast and Odesa in the south. Ukraine's government says it's the heaviest wave of missile strikes in nearly nine months of war. Kathryn speaks with Warsaw-based Deutsche Welle correspondent Rafal Kiepuszewski.

Beyond Bizarre True Crime
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

Beyond Bizarre True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

In the Land of Lies
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

In the Land of Lies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Standoff
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

Standoff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Fox Hunter
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

Fox Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bonaparte
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

Bonaparte

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Syndicate
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

The Syndicate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

American Skyjacker: The Final Flight of Martin McNally
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

American Skyjacker: The Final Flight of Martin McNally

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

American Coyote
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

American Coyote

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

In the Red Clay
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

In the Red Clay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Boomtown
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

Boomtown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The World Beneath
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

The World Beneath

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Holy Donors
S9E2: The Baroness | Harlem

Holy Donors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 22:36


And, our story about Catherine Doherty and the ups and downs of her life continues… We return to the story just after a scandal forced Catherine to leave her ministry, Friendship House, in Toronto. Left without a ministry home, Catherine left Canada to visit Dorothy Day in New York. From there she began traveling throughout Europe and writing magazine articles about the Catholic influence on society. After a brief stopover in New York to open a Friendship House in Harlem, Catherine traveled back to Europe, Poland specifically, to see how Catholics fared after the German invasion. True to her ministerial and caretaking nature, Catherine served as a nurse in Warsaw until she was forced to flee and return to Harlem. Back in New York, Catherine served the poor in Harlem, building relationships with those in need, and she was very outspoken about the extensive racial prejudice that existed in the city. Catherine's life took an unexpected turn when she met a well-known reporter, Eddie Doherty. Eddie came to Harlem for work, and he met and pursued a relationship with a very hesitant Catherine. To be in a relationship with Catherine, Eddie had to give up his wealth, but because of his love for Catherine, he agreed to do so. The two married in 1943, but their relationship caused a rift in the Harlem Friendship House, and for the second time, Catherine was forced to step down from her ministry. Once again, it seemed like all was lost, but fortunately, there is more to Catherine's story! What happens next? Come back next week to find out! ---Recommended reading: "Fragments of my Life" by Catherine Doherty---Holy Donors is brought to you by Petrus Development (petrusdevelopment.com) in cooperation with RED-C Catholic Radio (redcradio.org).For more about Holy Donors please visit our website at holydonors.com or find us @HolyDonors on Instagram and Facebook.Holy Donors: Bringing you inspiring stories of radical generosity that have changed the world.

The Agent
New Series: The Paddlefish Caviar Heist

The Agent

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:19


Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it's known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it's the paddlefish capital of the world. But when a new group arrived driving flashy, imported cars and dropping hundreds of dollars on bait and tackle, the town became the setting for an undercover federal sting operation tasked with bringing down a suspected international caviar poaching ring.  Financial Times says Paddlefish is an "intriguing crime caper" and "a Hollywood thriller begging to be made" Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/paddlefish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

History of the Second World War
116: The September Campaign Pt. 8 - Danzig and Army Modlin

History of the Second World War

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 29:59


We begin our story of the defense of Poland by starting in the north with the hopeless defense of Danzig and the Baltic sea coast before moving further east to Army Modlin north of Warsaw. Contact sales@advertisecast.com to advertise on History of the Second World War.  History of the Second World War is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Faded Town
Warsaw break down- FadedTown

Faded Town

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 71:58


Jesper and zach break down the meta going into warsaw

SoundStage! Audiophile Podcast
A Purposeful Grimace & A Terrible Sound - Lavardin ”Memory Distortion” | Spotify Platinum | Products from Audio Video Show 2022

SoundStage! Audiophile Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 57:55


In this week's first segment (3:54 to 26:09), hosts Brent Butterworth and Dennis Burger dig into a review of the Lavardin ITx20 amp and discuss the manufacturer's claims about “memory distortion” and how its circuitry eliminates that. This leads to a larger discussion about another big bugbear in the audio industry: the time domain. Next (27:03 to 41:30) they unpack the news that Spotify is supposedly introducing a new $20 Platinum pricing tier that adds lossless hi-fi audio, as well as some other new features that are ill-defined as of yet. Will listeners be willing to pay $20 a month for CD-quality music, or is Spotify hoping the other doodads are the biggest draw? In this week's final segment (42:21 to 55:17), Brent and Dennis continue a time-honored tradition of vicariously visiting an audio show by way of SoundStage! Global's coverage thereof. This time around, it's Audio Video Show 2022, which was held in Warsaw, Poland.  Sources: "Lavardin ITx20 Review" by Alan Sircom: https://hifiplus.com/articles/lavardin-itx20-integrated-amplifier/ “The Most Important Algorithm Of All Time” by Veritasium: https://youtu.be/nmgFG7PUHfo "Spotify could be readying a hi-res audio Platinum plan" by David Nield: https://www.techradar.com/news/spotify-could-be-readying-a-hi-res-audio-platinum-plan "Audio Video Show 2022 - Warsaw, Poland" by Doug Schneider and Jason Thorpe: https://soundstageglobal.com/index.php/shows-events/audio-video-show-2022-warsaw-poland

Circus Voices
Portraits of Inclusion with Craig Quat - Ep.4. Social Circus Stars

Circus Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 64:01


In this week's episode, Social Circus Stars, we will be taking a listen to 6 local stories about individual circus practitioners from around the world. In collectively sharing these voices, we hope to capture a sense of what it is like to practice Circus as a tool for social change and what motivates so many of us to want to do so. Guests: Jessica Hentoff of Circus Harmony in St. Louis, US. Learn more. Paulina Chodnicka of Odskocznia in Warsaw, Poland. Learn more. Javier Morales Gonzales of Malabicirco Compañia in Valparaíso, Chile. Learn more. Kristy Seymour of Circus Stars in Queensland, Australia Agata Quintero of Escuela de Circo del Caribe in Cartagena, Colombia Jamie Moore of Stiklings in Stoke-on-Trent, U.K. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/circusvoices/message

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Covering Trump: Travels with Trump (#4)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022


During the four years Debra Saunders covered the White House, she was in for a trip around the world with Donald Trump. There were legs on presidential motorcades and even Air Force One. From Riyadh to Singapore and Warsaw to Las Vegas, she witnessed the president breaking the presidential travel playbook on four continents. Debra was […]

The XR Magazine
VR experiences and Literature with Jacek Debowski

The XR Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 36:25


Our guest on The XR MAG Show today is The CEO of Ovid Works, Creators of Interkosmos and Interkosmos 2000 for VR, Interkosmos is a challenging mini-adventure of astronomical proportions - in VR! Meet Jacek Debowski, an independent video game developer based in Warsaw, Poland. Ovid Works was founded in 2015 as a side project motivated by the team's love of games and literature. Through Metamorphosis, a game that was influenced by the writings of Franz Kafka, the development team aimed to enhance the relationship between interactive gameplay and traditional storytelling. The first game was the whimsical 2017 VR adventure Interkosmos, which put players in the cockpit of a Soviet space capsule plummeting toward earth. Our next game Metamorphosis was a first-person puzzle-platformer set in surrealist landscapes, where you'll play as a tiny bug. I'm glad Jacek Debowski, agreed to take some time out of their schedule to talk and share his experience on the XR Magazine show! In this episode, you will learn : What it takes to bring literature and games as part of new experiences The #1 mistake that we need to be aware of when creating XR experiences including games and apps How the workflow for a pc app looks in comparison with VR works What are some of the most technical difficulties when designing for XR Please let me know if you have any questions about this episode or what guests you would like me to bring next!

Wolność w Remoncie
#157 Podcast Warsaw Enterprise Institute – Wolność w Remoncie.

Wolność w Remoncie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 27:43


Jak to się stało, że cała rzesza uczonych, akademików, tak błędnie przewidywała przebieg wojny na Ukrainie? Czego nie wiedzieli, czego nie rozumieli? O tym w dzisiejszym odcinku! Jeżeli możesz, to wesprzyj nasze działania. Bez Waszego wsparcia nie byłoby Fundacji WEI!

The Institute of World Politics
How to Address the Innovation Adoption Problem in Defense

The Institute of World Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 52:35


This lecture is part of the *Kosciuszko Chair/Center for Intermarium Studies* Lecture Series and was recorded live on October 24, 2022 at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C.. About the Lecture In the past, emerging and disruptive technologies were often created by the Government and their benefits were largely controlled by the Government. Over the last few decades, the Government lost the ability to control the development and spread of innovative technologies, so the key focus has become on getting access to these innovations. The defense industry has been a slow adopter of new technologies, particularly in Europe. Further, the established ways of innovating the defense industry, such as the reliance on foreign investment and prime contractors are increasingly less suitable in the modern world. Recently, NATO has launched a new Innovation Fund and DIANA accelerator program to stimulate public-private collaboration in the defense industry. They model their fund after IQT, a CIA venture capital fund established in 1999. Yet, the US has a mixed recent history of attracting innovators for defense purposes. The Pentagon is working to update its procurement law to stimulate small technology companies to work on defense projects, yet venture capital investors are reluctant to support companies with a defense focus. How to address the innovation adoption problem? What are the key obstacles in the US and what are the lessons for the wider NATO Alliance? What are the successful case studies and what were the key drivers of success? About the Speaker Mr. Mikolaj Firlej is a Lecturer in AI and Regulation at the Surrey Institute for People-Centred AI and School of Law, University of Surrey. He is also a Research Affiliate at the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford. Mikolaj's research focuses on providing a deeper understanding of the role of human factors in the increasingly algorithmic decision-making across various sectors. Specifically, he focuses on the operationalization of the emerging legal principle of meaningful human control over the use of autonomous systems, typology of standards applicable to AI systems, and legal issues of privacy-preserving technologies. Mikolaj graduated from the University of Oxford and Warsaw with degrees in law, socio-legal studies, public policy, and philosophy. IWP Admissions https://www.iwp.edu/admissions/ Support IWP https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/WebLink.aspx?name=E231090&id=3

ResearchPod
The collapse of the Polcevera Viaduct – an avoidable tragedy

ResearchPod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 10:55 Transcription Available


The dramatic collapse of the Polcevera Viaduct, in the Italian port city of Genoa in 2018, had all the hallmarks of unfortunate tragedy, but to the trained eye it was inevitable.Janusz Rymsza, PhD Eng, is a Professor at the Road and Bridge Research Institute in Warsaw. Since 2009 he has held the position of Deputy Director of the Institute. His professional work relates to the full range of bridge works including designing and field testing, as well as supervision over bridge works.Read the original article:  https://doi.org/10.3390/app11178098Read more in Research Outreach

The Trashalanche Pokemon Podcast
We are a Marvel Snap pod now + Regis deep dive, Lille, Warsaw

The Trashalanche Pokemon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 67:48 Transcription Available


A Quest for Well-Being
Full Consciousness Exists In The Absence Of All Thoughts

A Quest for Well-Being

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 60:27


— “The state of full consciousness exists in the absence of all thought: not only the strategic thoughts which revolve around our material and personal existence, but also the intellectual faculty of observing and witnessing is no longer called for. I knew I was creating myself and the whole world. Just by being in the state of constant, inexhaustible inspiration, in effortless and peaceful ecstasy of potential creation, all life is realized. I say “potential” because that's the essence of consciousness, the energy that creates unlimited potential. What we experience as our life is a result of our multidimensional perceptions.” – Monique Valeria interviews Monique Rebelle  — She is the author of “Transcendence Calling: The Power of Kundalini Rising and Spiritual Enlightenment.” Monique was born in Warsaw, Poland. She left Poland on her own as a teenager to pursue a career of a visual artist in London, Amsterdam and Paris. Her paintings from those years were done in a postmodern, neo-expressionist style, one was purchased by the Royal Dutch Collection in Den Haag. After moving to the United States and settling in Los Angeles, an epiphany experienced in 1988 made her art shift into a new, nonobjective direction. In 1992 she experienced an even more profound, life-changing occurrence. Following the years of contemplation of the experience Monique became a spiritual teacher. Her book, “Transcendence Calling” describes the experience, transformation and insights, and offers the general description of the system of Our Multidimensional Consciousness that Monique teaches. Since the experience Monique lived on Maui, Hawaii, Anchorage, Alaska and is now permanently settled in Reno, Nevada. “Transcendence Calling” has been in the ranks of an Amazon bestseller for 4 years. Monique's new book, titled “Seven Steps To A Better Human” scheduled to be released next year, goes deeper into the system of Our Multidimensional Consciousness and practices focusing on training and cultivating chakras. Monique continues working on her art in abstract and figurative styles. To learn more about   and her work, please visit: moniquerebelle.com           — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well. 

Thoughts from a Page Podcast
Interview with Arianna Warsaw-Fan Rauch - DECLASSIFIED

Thoughts from a Page Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 36:03


In this interview, Arianna and I discuss Declassified, her feelings about medieval music, the origin of the book's chapter titles, Mozart's obsession with poop, her stellar cover, why she decided to create this guide to classical music and weave her own story into it, how absurdly expensive some violins are, and much more. Arianna's recommended reads are: How to be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi Dreyer's English by Benjamin Dreyer Cork Dork by Bianca Bosker Support the podcast by becoming a Page Turner on Patreon.  Other ways to support the podcast can be found here.     If you enjoyed this episode and want to listen to more episodes, try Julie Metz, Adam Stern, Ly Tran, Cate Doty, or Mary Laura Philpott.  Declassified can be purchased at my Bookshop storefront.       Connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

History of the Second World War
116: The September Campaign Pt. 8 - Danzig and Army Modlin

History of the Second World War

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 29:59


We begin our story of the defense of Poland by starting in the north with the hopeless defense of Danzig and the Baltic sea coast before moving further east to Army Modlin north of Warsaw. Contact sales@advertisecast.com to advertise on History of the Second World War.  History of the Second World War is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft
Listening To Your Heart When Your Mind Disagrees | Paulina Gobiecka | Episode 880

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 52:52 Very Popular


Paulina Gobiecka, born on the 13th November 1987 in Warsaw, is a ceramic, sculptor, and ceramic instructor at the Garden of Arts ceramic studio in Warsaw, Poland. Paulina has graduated from Sculpture Faculty, The Academy of the Fine Arts in Warsaw in 2015. At the moment Paulina is building her own wood-fired kiln. http://ThePottersCast.com/880

The Business of Meetings
137: The Critical Role of Education with Dr. Krzysztof Celuch

The Business of Meetings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 23:50


Episode 137- The Critical Role of Education with Dr. Krzysztof Celuch We are delighted to be speaking with another rockstar in our industry today! Dr. Krzysztof Celuch has recently been awarded a place in the Hall of Leaders of our industry! He has had an awesome career in academics. He has been with the Convention and Business Bureau and volunteered for many different organizations.  He joins us from Poland to tell his inspiring story and talk about his certifications and the importance of education. He also discusses the academic and voluntary work he does.  We hope you enjoy listening to today's fascinating conversation with Professor Krzysztof Celuch! Bio: Professor Krzysztof Celuch, Ph.D. MBA, DBA, CMM, CITE, CIS, HMCC, CED – an academic professor and an entrepreneur, Krzysztof specializes in event experiences, event marketing, and management. His scientific research, training, and keynotes are all built on knowledge of economics, business psychology, sociology, marketing, and cultural studies. He conducts workshops and training, gives lectures, and moderates panel discussions, debates, and management meetings. He implements research projects, builds strategies, and provides business consulting services. He helps organizations, institutions, and companies in the areas of management, communication, motivation, and business development, with particular emphasis on the meetings industry (event marketing). He is an associate professor at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, deputy rector of Vistula School of Hospitality, and visiting professor in Austria, France, the USA, and China. Dr. Krzysztof's education Dr. Krzysztof believes in education because it can be used to change the world. He likes to listen to others and learn from them. He was happy to have fulfilled his educational goals this year. He joined various industry associations' certification programs and focused on university education. He likes to tie the different aspects of what he has learned together, implement his knowledge, and share it to bring some heart to the next generation of leaders. Dr. Krysztof's journey Dr. Krysztof used to be a traditional folklore dance instructor. When he was around nineteen, he focused on dancing and started studying at a sports academy. After about two years, he decided to change direction and began working as a tour guide. He was also writing his bachelor's degree thesis on incentive travel at the time and read the only Polish book available on business tourism. A coincidence Coincidentally, a guest in one of Krzysztof's tour groups was Rob Davidson, the author of the book he had read on business tourism. Krzysztof asked him many questions, and Rob encouraged Krzysztof to become a member of MPI.  Step by step Dr. Krzysztof joined MPI in 2005. He continued to move forward step by step, writing, listening, and connecting with industry leaders. Future Leaders Forum Together with several organization leaders, Dr. Krzysztof started the first chapter of the Future Leaders Forum in Warsaw.    Academics Dr. Krzysztof loves academia and sharing his knowledge! His academic journey began with a dance movement in high school.  NGO The first NGO Dr. Krzysztof got involved with was the International Association of Folklore Festival Traditions (CIOFF). Organizations After joining MPI, Dr. Krzysztof joined IMEX and then the Convention Bureau. He spent five years working for the Warsaw Convention Bureau, during which he loved promoting the capital of Poland! He started as a student intern and worked his way to becoming a manager. The next step in his career was to become the head of Poland's Convention Bureau, and he spent the next fifteen years there. A private university After graduating with his Master's degree, a private university asked Krzysztof to share his knowledge about tourism and the meetings industry. He is still with them today. Giving back Dr. Krzysztof believes that we should give back what we have previously received.  Decisions We need the right information to make informed decisions. Dr. Krzysztof believes that it is crucial to consult the heart and include an emotional component in the decision-making process. The American way Dr. Krzysztof enjoys American efficiency and the American way of getting down to business and following up. But he sometimes misses the European chit-chat and storytelling. A challenging industry The hospitality industry can be challenging. Dr. Krzysztof finds that people new to the industry tend to lack inspiration. He also finds them not as motivated as those with more experience, unwilling to work hard if they do not earn vast amounts for their efforts, and unprepared when they have arranged to meet someone. Preparing Dr. Krzysztof believes it is vital to be focused and prepared when meeting someone. It's worth spending a few minutes having a coffee or a drink with them before the meeting to get to know them.  The Internet The internet is a helpful tool for preparing for a meeting because it allows you to learn about those you intend to meet.  Building relationships Half of Dr. Krzysztof's clients are based in Europe, half of them are in the Middle East, and a few are in the US. In the US, building relationships used to take much longer than it did in Europe. However, since Covid, things have changed. Volunteering Dr. Krzysztof spent years volunteering for MPI and many other organizations. Through that, he has met many new people and learned about different cultures and religions. When you volunteer, NGOs can help you build your position and become who you truly are. Krzysztof points out that this is our life and our planet, so we all need to engage, get involved, share our knowledge, and give back in any way we can! Full bio: Dr. Krzysztof Celuch Ph.D., DBA, MBA, CMM, CITE, CIS, HMCC, CED – an academic professor and an entrepreneur, Krzysztof specializes in the meetings industry, event marketing, and event management. His scientific research, training, and keynotes are all built on knowledge of economics, business psychology, sociology, marketing, and cultural studies. He conducts workshops and training, gives lectures, and moderates panel discussions, debates, and management meetings. He implements research projects, builds strategies, and provides business consulting services. He helps organizations, institutions, and companies in the areas of management, communication, motivation, and business development, with particular emphasis on the meetings industry (event marketing).  Motivation: “When we meet, We change the world” might be the current slogan of the Meetings Professionals International (MPI) association, but personally, I have always found these words to be a great source of inspiration. Belief in the power of events and being aware of tools making meetings efficient and effective are what made the innovative-sounding “meetings industry” my area of specialty.  Education and professional growth: Diploma in tourism and recreation, doctorate degree in the field of humanities (political sciences), experience gained in international organizations, management of a destination marketing organization (DMO), participation in scientific and research projects – all of these factors contributed to the development of new qualities in the discussed interdisciplinary field.  Achievements and experience:  Scientific and business portfolio:  20 years of experience in providing training in an international environment, i.a. in the USA, Scandinavia, Mexico, and Poland 15 years of academic experience in the USA, China, and Poland at such universities, as i.a. San Diego State University, Skema Business School, Warsaw School of Tourism and Hospitality Management (part of the Vistula Group of Universities), Warsaw University, Mikołaj Kopernik University in Toruń Keynote speaker at scientific and industry congresses, business conferences, kick-off meetings, and motivation-centered events Author of 150 articles and five books dedicated to event management Holder of international training certifications: MPI Global Training, Sustainability in Tourism, Certified Incentive Specialist, EventCanvas Implementation of research projects, including Poland Meetings Impact (The Economic Impact of Poland's Meetings Industry), the first report of this type in Poland (and eighth in the world Conducting destination marketing campaigns Management of the cooperation between the business, public and scientific sectors, including the moderation of meetings held by association and corporation boards.  Awards: MPI RISE AWARD Young Professional Achievement 2009/2010 – awarded to individuals under 30 years of age for significant contributions to the development of global business tourism. Dallas, USA CIC Young Pacesetter Award 2012 – awarded to individuals for spreading good practices, sharing knowledge, and creating leaders. Convention Industry Council, Washington, USA “Za Zasługi DLA Turystyki” 2015 – an honorary distinction awarded to citizens of the Republic of Poland, foreigners, organizations, and other institutions both at home and abroad in recognition of their contribution to the development of Polish tourism and solidifying international cooperation in this field “Meeting Architects: 40 Under 40” – a distinction awarded in a competition staged by the Connect Association and publisher of the Connect magazine. I was listed among the 40 leaders of the global meetings industry under 40.  The recognition diploma, 2012, Ministry of Sport and Tourism, diploma of recognition for contribution to the development of Polish tourism  DMAI 30 under 30 Award, 2012, Destination Marketing Association International, the prize for persons under 30 years of age for a contribution to the development and marketing of business tourism  The Meeting Professional Magazine 30 under 30, 2008, the prize for having the greatest impact on the development of business tourism in the world in 2008  The Meeting Professional Magazine 30 under 30, 2007, the prize for having the greatest impact on the development of business tourism in the world in 2007  Passions: Career and research – growth of the meetings industry, contributing to innovations and trends, interpersonal motivation.  Hobbies – mountains (both as a regular tourist and an extreme mountaineering enthusiast looking for challenges), mountain rescuer, lifeguard, folklore dancer Connect with Eric On LinkedIn On Facebook On Instagram On Website   Connect with Dr. Krzysztof Celuch On his Website On LinkedIn

Wawasee Bible Sermon Audio
Acts - Part 7: Being Church

Wawasee Bible Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 43:57


Part 7 - SERIES: Acts In Acts 2:42-47 Luke gives a summary of what was taking place in the Church in its earliest days. This passage (like much of Acts) is descriptive rather than prescriptive, meaning it simple tells us what happened. To apply it, then, we must pull out principles to apply to our own life and context, not simply mimic exactly what they did. God gives much freedom in how each local church functions, but clear principles that should exist at its core. Acts 2:42-47 describes the early church and their devotion to God's Word and to one another!

The Eastern Border
War in Ukraine: Episode 110

The Eastern Border

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 18:23


Greetings from Warsaw! News about the war in Ukraine: Martial law in Russia, plane crashes are the new open windows and Kherson's being evacuated.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theeasternborder. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Monocle 24: The Big Interview
Aleksander Kwaśniewski

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 32:23


Former president of Poland Aleksander Kwaśniewski meets Andrew Mueller in Warsaw to discuss his remarkable political career, why he decided to lead Poland into the EU and Nato, and what it was like to sit across a table from Vladimir Putin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ray Appleton
Biden Lashes Out At Reporter. Jeb Bush For Desantis. SCOTUS Rejects Student Loan Forgivenesss Lawsuit. Russian Threats Revive Nuclear Fears In Central Europe

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 34:28


President Biden lashed out at a reporter Thursday who asked why he's campaigned for so few Democratic midterm candidates this year — saying he'd appeared with 15 of them. Jeb Bush envisions Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) "will be a formidable" contender in 2024 should he throw his hat into the ring. Two stories beneath a modern steel production plant on Warsaw's northern edge lies an untouched Cold War relic: a shelter containing gas masks, stretchers, first aid kits and other items meant to help civil defense leaders survive and guide rescue operations in case of nuclear attack or other disasters.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Rig Biz Podcast
S8 Ep104: Mark Atkinson - Partying With Castro Giovanni - Upsetting Locals With Andy Powell & Marrying His Teammates Sister

The Rig Biz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 47:18 Very Popular


Today we're joined by England & Gloucester centre Mark Atkinson to celebrate quite a unique career that's taken him from being relegated from The Championship & being fired from London Wasps to becoming one of Englands oldest ever debutants. In this episode he reveals; how he ended up marrying his teammate (now coaches) sister, getting loose on the streets of Warsaw with Andy Powell, partying with the legendary Castro Giovanni, the most brutal scenes he's witnessed from Gloucesters milk initiation, getting his pants 'mucky', Sebastian Chabal being an absolute nutter, getting fired from Wasps, getting confused as backroom staff when he played for the Barbarians, the joys of playing for England and much more... --- ARE YOU GOING BALD?? WELL FEAR NOT - RE GROW YOUR LID IN AS LITTLE AS 3 MONTHS TIME  THANKS TO THE GENIUS'S AT SONS & GET 30% OFF ALL THEIR HAIR PACKAGES WITH THE CODE - RIGBIZ30  - https://sons.co.uk/

Podcast Episodes | Boundless
Everyday Worship: Episode 768

Podcast Episodes | Boundless

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 56:23


Worshiping God seven days a week, plus a firsthand look at helping Ukrainian refugees, and when a man feels insecure about being short.Featured musical artist: JJ Heller Roundtable: Worship as a LifestyleWorship is a meaningful and at times deeply emotional experience that connects us to God's heart. But it's meant to be much more than just a church service on the weekend. Our guests describe ways they've learned to connect with God during the routines of everyday life. Whether it's through listening to music, prayer, serving, or even working a 9-to-5 job, you'll see that worship is expressed in many ways.Culture: Lessons From Helping RefugeesThe Russia-Ukraine war has been a devastating reality this year. Many are asking, “What's the best way to offer help to those in need?” Psychiatrist Dr. Karl Benzio recently got to serve Ukrainian refugees in Warsaw, Poland. He'll share his inspiring story of how he and his daughter, an art therapist, provided mental health support to the refugees and pastors in that region. He'll also share ways we can pray for the people affected by this conflict.American Association of Christian CounselorsInbox: Short and Lacking Confidence   He listened to a past segment titled “Height Hang-Up” and is wondering how to express genuine confidence in life and relationships, even though he's shorter than most guys. And how can he be both confident and humble? Josh Zeichik weighs in.

Midweek Metagame
Pioneer Breakdown With LMS Warsaw Winner Andrea Piemonti!

Midweek Metagame

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 69:32


Andrea Piemonti joined us to talk about everything Pioneer after his LMS win! Follow Andrea's social media: https://twitter.com/PiemontiAndrea Join our discord: www.discord.gg/9yQ3E9KNa3 Check out Cardmarket: www.cardmarket.com/en Twitter: www.twitter.com/MidweekMetagame Patreon: www.patreon.com/MidweekMetagame

Mental Asylum Radio Podcast
Indecent Noise LIVE @ Essential Vibes - Classic Night, Warsaw, Poland (15.10.22)

Mental Asylum Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 119:56


Indecent Noise LIVE @ Essential Vibes - Classic Night, Warsaw, Poland (15.10.22) by Indecent Noise

Wolność w Remoncie
#155 Podcast Warsaw Enterprise Institute

Wolność w Remoncie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 29:35


Jest wiele historycznych pytań i wyzwań, z jakimi przyjdzie nam mierzyć się w najbliższych miesiącach i latach tych zawirowań. Na wszystkie nie odpowiemy, wszystkich nie przewidzimy, ale jednym z dylematów, tych współczesnych wielkich debat, które nas gnębią to pytanie, czym mamy się kierować w naszym myśleniu o przyszłości. Ideałami czy cynicznym pragmatyzmem? Wartościami zachodniej cywilizacji, czy rachunkiem korzyści tu i teraz? Podobają Wam się odcinki Wolność w Remoncie? Jeżeli możesz, to wesprzyj nasze działania. Bez Waszego wsparcia nie byłoby Fundacji WEI!

Wawasee Bible Sermon Audio
Acts - Part 6: It's All About Jesus!

Wawasee Bible Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 45:05


Part 6 - SERIES: Acts After the Spirit's descent, Peter gives the first Christian sermon in Acts 2:14-41. Preaching was what God used to grow the church. On the surface preaching seems a bit foolish, but God has chosen the proclamation of his Word to be at the center of his work in and through the Church. Peter (who had been cowardly afraid of some middle-school aged girls only 50 days earlier) stands up with courage to boldly preach to everyone on that Pentecost morning. He explained everything that was going on from Scripture, how it was all about Jesus and how we all need him!

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
Warsaw Security Forum: Part 2

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 30:09


In the second of our special episodes recorded at the Warsaw Security Forum, Andrew Mueller sits down with Angela Merkel's former foreign policy advisor, Belarus's opposition leader and Luxembourg's deputy prime minister. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
Warsaw Security Forum: Part 2

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 30:09


In the second of our special episodes recorded at the Warsaw Security Forum, Andrew Mueller sits down with Angela Merkel's former foreign policy advisor, Belarus's opposition leader and Luxembourg's deputy prime minister. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ukraine War Diaries
EP50 - Bombs, bunkers, blood, belief (Oct 10-14)

Ukraine War Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 15:47


In Kiev, Ilyas watches in horror as Russian rockets rain down on his city— the deadliest attack on the Ukrainian capital since the beginning of the war.Having left for Poland just hours before, Oksana escapes the attack, only to find her exit route to Warsaw targeted by more enemy missiles.Helpless, and on military assignment in Ireland, Seva takes stock of what's to come.And with the dust now settling somewhat in Kyiv, Ilyas returns to record a final reflection on one of the most significant week's in the war. OUR DIARISTSIlyas is an IT specialist and married father who fled from Kyiv to Lviv shortly after the war started. His wife Natalia, and two young sons are taking refuge in Poland.As of October 2022, Ilyas is back living in the family apartment in Kyiv and working, in part, for the Ukrainian government on various IT projects.Oksana, 35, works in overseas education. She lives with her husband, Seva, in an apartment complex in central Kyiv and has remained in the Ukrainian capital since the war started. Many of Oksana's closest friends have left the country to begin new lives in Europe. Some may never return. She's determined to stay. Seva, 40, is a company CEO and husband to Oksana. Before the war, he travelled across Europe for business. Now, he makes regular supply drops of medical aid and rations to Ukrainian troops on the front line in Eastern Ukraine. He's originally from a small village near Dnipro. Ukraine War Diaries uses first-person audio, recorded on the ground in Ukraine, to give an intimate day-to-day perspective of life in a war zone. EP50 diary entries were recorded using WhatsApp voice note. From the producers of Sky News' multi-award winning series – StoryCast. Producer: Rob MulhernEditor: Paul StanworthDigital Promotion: David Chipakupaku

The Football Ramble
On The Continent: Shakhtar Donetsk's story

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 44:54 Very Popular


Andy was in Warsaw on Tuesday to witness Shakhtar Donetsk – a team playing thousands of miles from their home and made up of mainly Ukrainian players – draw with the European champions, Real Madrid. He tells Dotun and David Cartlidge about what it was like to be there and how the players are feeling as Russia's invasion continues.Elsewhere, Club Brugge make it to the Champions League knockouts for the first time ever having still not conceded – what are they doing so well? Antoine Griezmann finally signs for Atlético, João Félix picks a fight with Diego Simeone, and… Kylian Mbappé again, is it? We discuss his mismanagement of the simmering tensions at PSG.Got a question? Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: show@footballramble.com.Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive live events, ad-free Rambles, full video episodes and loads more: patreon.com/footballramble.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Thomistic Institute
Complexity, Simplicity and Emergence: Metaphysics & Downward Causation | Fr. Mariusz Tabaczek, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 61:13


This talk was given on July 16, 2022 at the Fourth Annual Thomistic Philosophy and Natural Science Symposium For more information please visit thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: MARIUSZ TABACZEK, O.P., is a Polish Dominican and theologian. He holds Ph.D. in philosophical theology from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA and Church Licentiate from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland. After his studies at the GTU and a fellowship at the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Studies he returned to Poland. For three years he worked as a researcher at the Thomistic Institute in Warsaw (Poland), a lecturer at the Pontifical Faculty of Theology in Warsaw and the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Krakow, and a director of Studium Dominicanum in Warsaw. He then moved to Rome where he became a professor of theology at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas. He is also a researcher at the Thomistic Institute at the same University. One of the hallmarks of modern science is the ability to explain the workings of nature by detailed study of its pieces and parts. Organisms are understood as combinations of organ systems, which are made up of tissues, which are made up of cells, which are made of up complex chemicals, then atoms, and more fundamental particles. As successful as this methodological reductionism has been, it is still an open question how complete it can be. Can everything about complex biological systems be reduced to chemistry, and every detail of chemistry explained from fundamental physics? Do the organization and complexity of higher-level systems require additional tools to complete our understanding of the natural world? Do the answers to these scientific questions work for or against an Aristotelian and Thomistic understanding of nature and natural kinds, and how might those classical ideas be of use in contemporary science? The Thomistic Philosophy and Natural Science Symposium gathers expert scientists and philosophers to discuss the potential compatibility and mutual enrichment of the study of Aquinas' philosophy of nature and various forms of modern scientific knowledge in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. The 2022 symposium included a day of lectures geared towards an introduction to Thomistic philosophy and the history of science, with a focus on complexity, simplicity and emergence. The rest of the symposium will have scientific experts discussing the understanding of complexity and simplicity in their own fields with one another and with philosophers.

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Tuesday, October 4th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 19:21


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Tuesday, October 4th, 2022. I hope you and your family had a great weekend with you and yours… also, just a heads up. There will be no newsbriefs for Thursday and Friday this week! Before we do that however: FLF Conference Plug In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God, and the Word didn’t stay in Heaven. The Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory of the Father, full of grace and truth. Grace and Truth became flesh. The Word became flesh. The story of God’s grace became flesh. And it is that Word, that truth, that story that will fill the world. That is why this year’s Fight Laugh Feast Conference in Knoxville Tennessee is on Lies, Propaganda, storytelling, and the serrated edge. The Word is a sword. The Word is our glory. So join us, October 6-8, as we fight, laugh, and feast, with beer & psalms, speakers including Pastor Doug Wilson, George Gilder, Ben Merkle, Jared Longshore, and Pastor Toby Sumpter, Chocolate Knox will be doing a round table with the Wilsons and Merkles on why stories are so potent for building family cultures that wine, all culminating in a live show with Megan Basham and Jason Whitlock talking Lies and Journalism. And we just announced a one day Saturday-only pass for 99$. Find out more and register or become a vendor at fightlaughfeast.com. https://thepostmillennial.com/revealed-barbara-bush-childrens-hospital-in-maine-offers-gender-transition-services-for-9-year-olds?utm_campaign=64487 Barbara Bush Children's Hospital in Maine offers gender transition services for 9-year-olds The Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital in Maine promotes services for "transgender children," offering life-altering drugs such as puberty blockers and hormone treatments, as well as how-to guides on genital "tucking" for boys and "chest binding" methods for girls. https://twitter.com/i/status/1576654667253022721 - Play Video 0:00-2:28 That video is from a 2016 piece by WMTW ABC News titled "Lucy's story: Transgender children in Maine, Program at Barbara Bush Children's Hospital helps guide transgender children" written by Tracy Sabol. In the video a pediatric endocrinologist at the hospital, Dr. Jerrold Olshan, said, "This isn't a choice in most individuals, this is probably biologically programmed." Olshan said "About one in four will attempt suicide, about half will consider suicide during adolescence and so our big goal is how do we help this population do better in the long run," citing the frequently debunked transgender affirm or suicide myth. Evidence has emerged this year that treatment at gender clinics for children are actually increasing suicidal ideation. The doctor's belief that gender ideology is "probably programmed" enabled the hospital to not only push chest binding and genital tucking, but life-changing drugs. So let’s talk about the data: Data from the Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS), the world's largest clinic treating transgender-identified youth, shows that patients treated at or referred to the clinic are at an estimated 5.5 times greater risk of committing suicide than the general population of adolescents, according to a new paper published this month in the Archives of Sexual Behaviour. There are several takeaways from Michael Biggs' study: Trans-identified youth treated or referred to GIDs are more likely to die by suicide than youth in the general population. The suicide rate is low for both populations. We cannot conclude that the GIDs patients committed suicide because of their trans identity, versus another cause. All of these numbers are estimates based on the best available data; the study results would have been more accurate if a comparison between GIDs suicides and suicides amongst youth getting mental health care could be made. Based on what Biggs found, the media narrative that trans youth are suicides waiting to happen is a lie that does not help—and is likely to harm—trans-identified youth and their families. Between 2010 and 2020, four youth out of 15,000 patients died by "known or suspected" suicide. The annual suicide rate of trans-identified youth was 0.03 percent. This is at odds with a mainstream media narrative that claims 50 percent of trans-identified youth attempt suicide, says Michael Biggs, Oxford sociology professor and author of this new paper. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/restoring-america/faith-freedom-self-reliance/liberal-strongholds-cling-vaccine-mandates Liberal strongholds cling to vaccine mandates For many people, the pandemic no longer factors into daily life. But in a handful of liberal cities, universities, and companies, some people are still subject to vaccine mandates that may require as many as four shots to keep their jobs or spots in school. Some of the mandates are facing growing protests and legal challenges. Roughly two dozen former firefighters in Seattle filed a lawsuit against the city this week for denying their requests for religious exemptions to the vaccine and firing them. New York City’s largest police union successfully sued to invalidate the city’s vaccine mandate for its members; a judge ruled this week that the union’s contract with the police department did not include an ability for the department to enforce such a mandate. The judge ordered the reinstatement of all the union-backed members fired under the vaccination requirements. Even so, New York City officials said they planned to fight the ruling. More than 1,700 city workers across all departments had been fired as of this month over their refusal to comply with the vaccine mandate. Four fired employees of a retirement care facility in Alabama filed a lawsuit last week against their former employer, alleging religious discrimination. The former employees claim their sincere requests for religious exemptions from the company’s vaccine mandate were denied improperly. Political support for such mandates has dropped precipitously over the past year, and even some of the most ardent defenders of mandates have rolled back requirements they once championed. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D), for example, boasted in January that his vaccine requirement had nearly doubled the vaccination rate of the state workforce. He stressed at the time that “no intervention is as important as vaccination” in fighting COVID-19. Inslee rescinded the vaccine mandate earlier this month, setting an Oct. 31 date for its expiration while citing the value of “different tools that are now more appropriate for the era we’ve entered.” Goldman Sachs had for months required not just COVID-19 vaccines but booster shots as well for employees working from its offices. The investment bank quietly ended its vaccine mandate in late August, as well as its testing requirements and mask guidance. Other major companies that pushed vaccine mandates aggressively last year, when the Biden administration was fighting an ultimately losing battle to require vaccination in virtually all workplaces, have since dropped their policies. Comcast recently dropped its vaccine mandate for employees as it struggles to lure workers back into the office, while JPMorgan Chase said earlier this year that it would start hiring unvaccinated workers again. But some corporations continue to insist workers get their COVID-19 shots. Google and Facebook, for example, require vaccines for in-person employees, according to Axios . Among the most controversial remaining vaccine mandates is one imposed by Washington, D.C., leaders on children attending public school. Students 12 years and older must be fully vaccinated by January to remain in Washington, D.C., public schools; the deadline was originally set for the beginning of the school year this fall, but vaccination rates among black students, in particular, were low enough that city leaders pushed back the effective date. Some colleges and universities are requiring vaccines and boosters for all students — even those who take online classes. Georgetown University requires even fully online students to be fully vaccinated if at any point their studies will bring them to campus. At the University of California, Berkeley, even vaccinated students will be banned from signing up for classes until they accept a booster shot. Recipients typically aren’t eligible for boosters until several months after their primary vaccination series, and in the case of students not yet eligible for their booster shot, UC Berkeley rules say students “will not have an enrollment until 30 days after you have become eligible to get your booster.” Other jurisdictions are rolling vaccine mandates back slowly to balance the growing opposition to COVID-19 rules with the demands of groups that want them implemented indefinitely. New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) last week ended the city’s policy of demanding that private companies in the city require vaccination for their employees, but he left in place the city’s vaccine mandate for its own workers, for example. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/foreign/poland-demands-germany-pay-reparations-for-world-war-ii Poland demands Germany pay $1.26 trillion in reparations for World War II Poland's foreign minister has signed a diplomatic note requesting that Germany pay the equivalent of $1.26 trillion in reparations for damage incurred by Poland during the Nazi German invasion that set off World War II. The $1.26 trillion amount was calculated from an extensive government report on lasting damages from the war, released on the 83rd anniversary of Germany's Sept. 1 invasion of Poland last month. Poland's Communist government had previously waived all further claims to compensation for WWII in 1953 under pressure from the Soviet Union, but the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) rejects this as invalid, according to Al Jazeera. PiS has taken up the cause of World War II reparations since its ascension to power in 2015, using German aggression in World War II as a central part of its nationalism. “[The note] expresses the position of the Polish minister of foreign affairs that the parties should take immediate steps to permanently and effectively … settle the issue of the consequences of aggression and German occupation,” Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau said of the matter, adding that it will be one of the foremost points of discussion during German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock's visit to Warsaw on Tuesday. Germany rejects all Polish claims for reparations, saying the matter has already been settled. It further points to the vast tracks of land Poland took from prewar Germany, given by Joseph Stalin when he redrew the postwar map of eastern Europe, as fitting compensation. The Polish government believes the severity of damages from World War II means that further, direct payments are needed in compensation. Six million Poles are estimated to have died during the war. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/saraharnold/2022/10/02/within-just-48-hours-florida-received-more-than-20-million-in-hurricane-donations-n2613863 Within Just 48 Hours, Florida Received More Than $20 Million in Hurricane Donations Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla) and First Lady Casey DeSantis are praising the help his state has received following the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Ian. In just 48 hours, the state of Florida raised more than $20 million to go toward its Florida Disaster Fund. From more than 52 different corporations and individuals such as Tom Brady, David Rubin, and Rumble, First Lady DeSantis says the money shows how loyal people are to Florida. Within just hours of activating the Florida Disaster Fund, over $10 million was raised from countless people and corporations. This goes to show the support DeSantis has created by keeping his state free from liberal madness. She said that the money is already hard at work to clean up and restore people’s homes after the category 4 storm wrecked livelihoods. DeSantis is working hard to make sure his state receives the help they need as the death toll from Ian raised to at least 50 people as floodwaters rise to dangerous levels. Now it’s time for my favorite topic… sports, but today’s story is a bit of a somber one… https://nypost.com/2022/10/01/129-dead-during-fan-stampede-after-indonesian-soccer-match/ At least 125 dead during fan stampede after Indonesian soccer match At least 125 people are dead — most of them trampled in a stampede– after violent brawls erupted between opposing fans after a soccer match in Indonesia Sunday, marking one of the deadliest crowd calamities in sporting history. Authorities initially said that 174 people had been killed in the chaos, but the death toll had been revised after officials learned that some victims had been counted twice, according to East Java Deputy Governor Emil Dardak. Numerous fights broke out among rival fans at the Kanjuruhan Stadium in East Java province’s Malang city just as Persebaya Surabaya defeated home team Arema Malang 3-2 in the Indonesian Premier League Match on Sunday. In an effort to break up the fights, riot police fired tear gas which sent hundreds of panicked fans fleeing for the stadium exits, East Java Police Chief Nico Afinta said. In the chaos, dozens of people were trampled to death instantly, while others suffocated. Afinta said over 300 others were rushed to local hospitals, but many died on the way and during treatment. The disaster began when fans of Arema had pelted players and officials with bottles and other objects following their loss, witnesses said. Many then flooded the field to confront the team’s management about the unwanted outcome – Armea’s first home loss to Persebaya in 23 years. Video circulating on social media shows fans from each side of the soccer pitch sprint toward midfield, appearing ready to fight each other before riot police suddenly run between them. Other video shows hundreds of fans frantically sprinting across the pitch for the exits, flinging themselves over barriers and desperately climbing fences. Riot police can be seen kicking and hitting people with batons as they try to get away — and firing tear gas canisters directly into the crowd at both ends of the field. “Officers fired tear gas directly at spectators in the stands, forcing us to run toward the exit,” said spectator Ahmad Fatoni. “Many victims fell because of shortness of breath and difficulty seeing due to tear gas and were trampled.” Another video shot from the seats shows a whole section of the stands engulfed in tear gas as fans cry out. Disturbing footage shows a mass of injured people packed tightly into an overwhelmed hospital, with some lying motionless on the hospital floor. Despite Indonesia’s lack of international accolades in the sport, hooliganism is rife in the soccer-obsessed country where fanaticism often ends in violence, as in the 2018 death of a supporter who was killed by a mob of hardcore fans of rival club in 2018. 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