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Listen and subscribe at www.JustProWrestlingNews.com I'm Matt Carlins and this is JUST Pro Wrestling News for Friday, October 22, 2021. This update is brought to you by IndyWrestling.us. (STINGER: WWE) Expect some fallout from Thursday's Crown Jewel pay per view on tonight's SmackDown. Roman Reigns is STILL the Universal Champion coming out of Crown Jewel. He took advantage of a knocked-out referee, hit Brock Lesnar in the head with the title belt and pinned him to retain the gold. That title belt was slid into the ring by Paul Heyman, but who it was intended for was left...deliberately vague. Tonight's SmackDown is also the first WWE show with the new post-Draft rosters now in effect...and the situation involving the two women's singles championships on WWE's main roster remains a bit of a mess. Becky Lynch is still the SmackDown Women's Champion. She pinned Sasha Banks with a rollup while holding the bottom rope to win a 3-Way over Banks and Bianca Belair. So, Lynch is now officially part of the Raw roster, despite holding the SmackDown Women's Title...while Charlotte Flair is now on the SmackDown roster while holding the Raw Women's Title. We still don't know what WWE is going to do about this. Getting back to Crown Jewel...Big E hit the Big Ending and pinned Drew McIntyre to retain the WWE Championship. Xavier Woods is the King Of The Ring. He pinned Finn Balor with a springboard elbow drop. Zelina Vega is the first winner of the Queen's Crown tournament. She pinned Doudrop with a Code Red after about six minutes of action. Goldberg pinned Bobby Lashley to win their No Holds Barred match...after Goldberg speared Lashley off the stage. Edge beat Seth Rollins in their Hell In A Cell showdown. Mansoor beat Mustafa Ali. After the match, Tarek Hamdi, an Olympic silver medalist for Saudi Arabia in taekwondo, showed up and knocked out Ali. Randy Orton & Riddle beat AJ Styles & Omos to retain the Raw Tag Titles. Styles took the pin. The Usos beat Shelton Benjamin & Cedric Alexander on the kickoff show. On Thursday's NXT UK… Jordan Devlin pinned Joe Coffey with the Devlin Side in the main event. Aleah James pinned Xia Brookside with a diving sunset flip from the second rope. Xia was NOT happy about this result. Jack Starz & Dave Mastiff got a DQ win over Symbiosis after Eddie Dennis attacked Starz with a steel chair. (STINGER: AEW) AEW's World Title Eliminator Tournament begins on tonight's Rampage...with Orange Cassidy vs. Powerhouse Hobbs. The TBS Championship Tournament bracket will be revealed. Also, AEW Women's Champion Dr. Britt Baker vs. Anna Jay… And Andrade El Idolo vs. Pac. (STINGER: New Japan) The biggest story to come out of Thursday may be one we didn't expect - the surprise in-ring return of Katsuyori Shibata. It happened just after the intermission of New Japan's G1 Climax Final show. Just about everyone was stunned to see Shibata walk out for an unannounced exhibition match against Zack Sabre Jr. Wearing little more than shorts and sneakers, the two grappled their way to a time limit draw after a mere FIVE minutes of action. This was NOT a hard-hitting match...but for fans of Shibata...it was something...and the hope that there may be more to come. Shibata was forced into retirement by a head injury, suffered during a match back in 2017. The G1 Climax final itself...was a bit of a buzzkill. Kota Ibushi injured his right arm when he missed a Phoenix Splash. It was ruled that Ibushi could not continue...and Kazuchika Okada was declared the G1 winner. (STINGER: Impact) Impact Wrestling last night put the final pieces in place for Saturday's Bound For Glory pay per view. The Good Brothers will defend the Impact Tag Titles in a 3-Way against BOTH FinJuice AND Bullet Club's Chris Bey & Hikuleo. The challenging teams met last night - but the match ended in a double pin...after two referees ended up in the ring and both counted a pinfall. The six wrestlers who will meet on Saturday to decide the first Impact Digital Media Champion came together for a 3-Way Tag Team Match last night. John Skyler & Tenille Dashwood beat Crazzy Steve & Chelsea Green and Jordynne Grace & Fallah Bahh. Dashwood pinned Fallah Bahh after hitting him with the Spotlight Kick. Also last night...Mickie James pinned Savannah Evans with her signature DDT. Trey Miguel beat Alex Zayne. AND Brian Myers kicked Sam Beale and Manny Lemons out from under his Learning Tree. W. Morrissey beat Jake Something on Before The Impact. (STINGER: ROH) It's all Violence Unlimited vs. The Foundation on this weekend's Ring Of Honor TV. Jay Lethal goes one on one with Homicide. Plus, Tony Deppen vs. Rhett Titus...and Brody King & Chris Dickinson vs. Jonathan Gresham & HOT SAUCE Tracy Williams. 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Don't be a tool - let function guide you to the geek side. Garage Hour goons and gearhead gadabouts alike are celebrating more Second Amendment fans, and everyone's going plinkin'. Meanwhile, CA is still trying to prove that fewer guns equal less crime (it doesn't), and Norway proves that guns don't make people kill (just the evil in men's hearts). While we're at it, there's some Blues Brothers, high-zoot hypocrites, another reason for good file-keeping (instructions!), lifted Subies (eww), and having a good day.
Don't be a tool - let function guide you to the geek side. Garage Hour goons and gearhead gadabouts alike are celebrating more Second Amendment fans, and everyone's going plinkin'. Meanwhile, CA is still trying to prove that fewer guns equal less crime (it doesn't), and Norway proves that guns don't make people kill (just the evil in men's hearts). While we're at it, there's some Blues Brothers, high-zoot hypocrites, another reason for good file-keeping (instructions!), lifted Subies (eww), and having a good day.
Bestselling author Nir Eyal joins Chris to discuss how you can become indistractable. They discuss the hidden psychology that drives people to distraction, why procrastination is not a character flaw, why you should stop using to-do lists and how becoming indistractable will let you take back your time and start making traction on the things that matter to you in your life.Nir Eyal (@nireyal) has taught at the Stanford School of Business and their design school. He has co-founded and sold two tech companies and is the author of two best-selling books: Hooked: How To Build Habit-Forming Products and Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life.Full show notes available at: https://www.allthehacks.com/becoming-indistractable-nir-eyal Selected Links From The EpisodeNir's Website: Nir and Far (includes Nir's free 80 page Indistractable workbook)Summary of Indistractable: The Most Important Skill of the Future is Being ‘Indistractable'Nir's Books:Hooked: How To Build Habit-Forming ProductsIndistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your LifeSelect Articles & Resources from Nir: Distraction GuideHabits vs. RoutinesTimeboxingSchedule Maker ToolSchedules vs. To-do Lists20 Common Values Full Show NotesWho is Nir Eyal? [00: 24]What is the opposite of distraction (and it's not focus)? [01:48]How your mind tricks you into thinking you're being productive. [03:06]How he discovered that distraction doesn't have anything to do with technology. [04:51]Here's the real (scientific) reason why you get distracted. [09:57]4 steps to become indistractable [13:13]This is how you can stop being impulsive. [15:06]The problem with to-do lists. [20:55]The difference between diversion and distraction. [25:04]How to save time and energy on checking your email. [28:27]Building an indistractable workplace: reactive work vs. reflective work[35:03]Do what you say you will or burn $100 bill (price pact)[36:58]Can you get your partner to be indistractable with you? (effort pact) [40:49]Is multitasking a distraction (and what is multichannel multitasking)? [44:48]Wearing a concentration crown (work from home hack). [46:50]When should you start teaching your kids to be indistractable? [48:44]How to connect with Nir. [49:40] Connect with All the HacksAll the Hacks: Newsletter | Website | Facebook | EmailChris Hutchins: Twitter | Instagram | Website | LinkedIn
On this episode of 2 White Lights, defending 2x IPF world champion Russ Orhii came on the program to discuss: - Wearing a suit at weigh ins - His performance at IPF worlds - Why he will stay under the IPF umbrella - Conversations on not valuing gym lifts as much as meet day lifts
Ferio Tego is like a greatest hits album for cigar lovers. All your favorites, less of the “something new we're working on and we hope you like it” smokes. Learn why there's room in your humidor for oldies-but-goodies and hot-new-hits. Ferio Tego's Herklots joined Boveda's Rob Gagner at 2021 PCA in Las Vegas for this episode of Box Press, the cigar lifestyle podcast. Metropolitan and Timeless cigars are alive today because of Herklots and his business partner Brendon Scott. When the now-defunct Nat Sherman International closed, the two former employees started a cigar company with saved legacy brands and cigar accessories and two new blends, Elegancia and Generoso. Highlights of the cigar conversation with Herklots include: 6:00 Getting a job at a tobacco shop to pay for his cigar hobby 8:01 Succeeding at work is doing more than your job 13:30 Wearing a guayabera and Panama hat while standing in the middle of a tobacco field smelling green leaves is not him 15:50 Comparing wine to cigars 19.50 Learning how to blend a cigar 22:28 Blending the Quesada 35th 25:31 Smoking unfermented tobacco in a cigar 47:29 Growing popularity of “meme” cigars 1:01:13 Listening to a favorite song is like smoking a legacy cigar You can protect your cigars just like cigars makers. Preserve your passion with Boveda, makers of 2-way humidity control for cigars, easy seasoning for wood humidors, humidor bags and one-step hygrometer calibration kits. Shop Boveda for cigars here: https://store.bovedainc.com/collections/boveda-for-tobacco Learn more about Ferio Tego Cigars at https://www.feriotego.com/ How to Properly Cut a Cigar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2tim4FS2VA&t=229s A conversation with the son of Davidoff's Master Blender (feat. Klaas Kelner) | Box Press Ep. 18 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m35N6fV_6Vg&t=3s For My Humidor | Manuel Quesada (patriarch of Quesada Cigars) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR8Gkx47YQQ&t=10s
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EXCLUSIVE: Dominik Mysterio on wearing a mask, RK-Bro, and WWE backstage issues with Rey Mysterio Dominik Mysterio recently joined Kevin Kellam in an exclusive interview with Sportskeeda Wrestling, where he talked about his SummerSlam debut, his father Rey Mysterio, RK-Bro, and a lot more. #WWE #RAW #ReyMysterio #DominikMysterio
“In Defense of Women Wearing High Heels in Action Movies” by Portland, ME Poet Laureate Maya Williams, read by the poet About the host: Jan Bindas-Tenney is a trans non-binary and queer writer, reader, fighter, lover, friend and parent living on unceded Abenaki land. They hold an MFA in nonfiction from University of Arizona. Their writing has appeared in the opinion pages of Maine newspapers, in legislative testimony, as well as in Orion, Guernica, Gulf Coast, Arts & Letters, CutBank, the Maine Review, among other places. They work at the Maine Humanities Council where they curate a weekly poetry feature on WERU Community Radio called Poetry Express. The post Poetry Express 10/17/21: “In Defense of Women Wearing High Heels in Action Movies” first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.
We're dropping into your feed this weekend to bring you our newest podcast. It's called What Are You Wearing? And it's Mamamia's podcast for your wardrobe. It's hosted by Deni Todorovic and Tamara Davis, Deni is a stylist and activist, Tamara is our lifestyle editor here at Mamamia, and on What Are You Wearing, Deni and Tam talk you through everything from the latest trends and fashion news, to how to style on a budget. Enjoy! --- Every Thursday, hosts Tamara Davis and Deni Todorović update you on what you need to know in the world of fashion and answer your style questions. And today, we're talking about the fact that Kim Kardashian is bringing gloves back, why you don't need to spend a heap of money on the perfect pair of jeans and the trend we can blame Bella Hadid for. Check out everything we talked about today on the Mamamia Style Instagram. The list of clothes and accessories mentioned in this episode is below: Kmart jeans BOUJIE Deni Giuseppe Zanotti Bebe sandals Tam Poppy Lissiman Lio Tote in Greek Sun BUDGET Deni Ego Radiate platform heel sandals in black croc Tam Quay Eyewear Moody Sunglasses CREDITS This podcast is produced by Rose Kerr Mamamia's head of podcasts is Elissa Ratliff hm.com (Fashion and quality clothing at the best price | H&M AU (hm.com) GET IN TOUCH: Got a fashion question you want answered? Email us at email@example.com or call the podphone on 02 8999 9386. Listen to more Mamamia podcasts here. Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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What you'll learn in this episode: Why Marc's box art jewelry was inspired by his time working in the theater industry How Marc went from selling his work on the streets of New York City to selling them to Hollywood's biggest celebrities Why artists have always borrowed from each other's work Why box art is a conversation starter that breaks down barriers How every box tells a story Additional Resources: Instagram Photos: Museum of Israel Exhibition Currently on view at SFO Airport Marc Cohen and Lisa Berman (no relation) About Marc Cohen: Marc Cohen is a highly regarded artist known for his wearable box art. As a former actor, stage manager and set designer, Cohen's two-inch-square boxes resemble stage sets with three-dimensional figures and images. His one-of-a-kind pieces sit on the shelves of numerous celebrities and can be worn like a brooch or pin. The archive of Cohen's work is housed at California art jewelry gallery Sculpture to Wear. Transcript: Inspired by his time in theater and created to resemble a stage, Marc Cohen's box art pieces are well-known among rare jewelry lovers and Hollywood's most famous artists, actors and producers. Part three-dimensional art, part jewelry, the two-by-two boxes feature images and tiny figures that reflect our world. He joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about his process for creating box art; what it was like to work with theater greats like Tom O'Horgan and Paula Wagner; and why his pieces are more than just shadow boxes. Read the episode transcript for part 2 below. Sharon: You've arrived, it sounds like. Marc: It's kind of an affirmation. Sharon: Absolutely. Do you think the boxes would be as effective if you hadn't had this experience as a set designer or stage manager in the theater? If I sat down and made a box, I could just stick some figures in it. Do you think that really impacted your work? Marc: To answer you in an honest way, I think if I hadn't done those things—all I did before was put little seashells in boxes. I'm skirting away from your answer, so excuse me. I think because I already was someone who had been traveling around the world and already had experiences that were theatrical, because I was meeting people and talking to people standing in the middle of the street in Paris, I was already getting the idea. It was being planted. When I got involved in theater—I also did film—I saw what that was about and how everything was in a frame. A stage in a theater on Broadway, it's in a box. Sharon: That's true. Marc: It all made a lot of sense to me. There are also ironies about it for me. For example, when I talked about when I was going to high school and people would look at me and think I'm an artist, what they were doing was putting me in a box. I like to think the boxes I create are about that, but they're beyond. Once someone engages themselves in looking at it and then they end up talking to somebody, it opens up a whole other kind of thing. It breaks down that barrier that a lot of us have with each other. It came from working in theater with someone like Tom O'Horgan, who was way ahead of his time as a Broadway theater director. He did a lot of avant garde, off-off Broadway stuff. He's no longer alive. He was my best friend in the entire world. There's not a moment I don't have gratitude about that friendship, but since then I've married. I have a beautiful wife. My wife is a filmmaker, and she and I are developing another kind of box art. I know; we don't make jewelry. I'm doing video with her. We have a series called Traveler's Ball. It's on YouTube. People can watch it if they want. It's very cutting edge. She was inspired by what I do, where I do images layered in a box. A lot of our videos have layered images. Along those lines, I have always wanted to create a box video on a small scale. A long time ago, when I first started making these things—I'm a man with a lot of information and ideas in my brain—the technology wasn't there yet. The nanos and the microscopic things, images on the head of a pin, that wasn't around when I first started. For example, I made three-dimensional, two-inch-square watches on a band. I don't have one to show you—Lisa might have one—but I made these. When I was selling on the street, I would wear one and boxes on my lapel. People would see this thing on my wrist and go, “What is that?” I would show them, and they would all go, “Wow, that's unreal! It's big, but that's amazing! When are you going to sell these?” I said, “I'm not ready to sell them yet.” I did eventually sell some. I only made two dozen of them in my life. If you look at an Apple Watch, they finally did what I was thinking about doing in 1985. The only difference is theirs is a one-dimensional object you wear on your wrist. It is amazing to see somebody with an Apple Watch and all the different things it does, but for me, there's a missing ingredient. The missing ingredient is a point of view. A point of view is putting characters in front of something, like we are in real life; people standing on the street corner talking, meanwhile the bus is going by. I always wanted to take that idea and put it on a small scale and add the element of art to it. I didn't want it to be cookie cutter, we're making five million Apple Watches and everybody's going to have one. Not everyone's going to have a Marc Cohen version of that, and I want to keep it that way. I'm famous for a lot of things, but I'm also famous for the fact that I never like to make any of these things more than once or twice. There's something about that I only made one-of-a-kind images. In the beginning, I used other people's images—the fine art of appropriation. There's a guy who's no longer alive who I learned a lot about; his name was Joseph Cornell. Joseph Cornell is probably the grandfather of appropriation art. Rauschenberg and Warhol, when they talk about their own art and their influences, they always bring up the name Joseph Cornell. Joseph Cornell made boxes. He handmade them himself. He was an eccentric guy who lived in Utopia, New York. Think about that: Utopia, New York. Joseph Cornell was this rather interesting guy. He was a poet. He was curious. He made all these different boxes, and you can't buy one. They're incredibly expensive. But I've had people along the way say, “You're like a modern-day Joseph Cornell.” I don't know what that exactly means. I'm a modern-day Joseph Cornell? But they talk about what I've done and what I've accomplished. It's an interesting thing for me that has followed me in this jewelry story. What else could I tell you? Sharon: I'm curious. Do people commission you and say, “It's my husband's anniversary. I want a box with us and our wedding picture with it.” Marc: Exactly. For example, Lisa Berman has a relative whose name is Virginia Apgar. Virginia Apgar is famous because she created the Apgar Score. I don't know if your viewers know what that is, but they can look it up. There was an event Lisa was going to be doing. Lisa, being an old friend of mine, I felt like I wanted to give her a memento. There's a forever stamp, and this is Virginia Apgar. Sharon: A frame with the brooch. Marc: A frame with the brooch in the middle, and all around are these images of Virginia. Warhol and Hockney did this thing where they took a person's face—I don't know if you've ever seen any of those silkscreens that Warhol used to do. I'm influenced by that too. That's how I came up with this idea of making Lisa a one-of-a-kind, object of art concept. Sharon, I want to tell you another thing: how the box art thing really started. Originally, when I first started doing things, I started a company called Still Life. Still Life was the early stages of box art, but it wasn't in a box. It was a flat piece of plastic, circular most of the time, and it was either blue or white or green. On top of that, I would marry other things. I had little three-dimensional palm trees, and I would glue them to the surface of this round, circular piece of plastic, and then I would glue those figures I'm telling you about. I would have people at the beach. If it was a travel map, I would have people with suitcases. I had a whole series. I had like Still Life Creations Beach, Still Life Creations Travel, on and on. Still Life creation stages is how it evolved to the boxes. The point is that when I was doing Still Life, one night, I came across the idea of taking a little box and turning it into something you wear. That doorway I was speaking about earlier opened me up even further into where I am to this day. I'm still very fertile with a lot of ideas. You live in this visual world. Sharon: Right, absolutely. I love the idea that they're door openers and conversation starters that break down barriers. It's not easy to do in New York or anywhere, but I don't think New York is the conversation-starting capital of the world, let's say. Marc: Right. All the world's a stage, and all of us are players on that stage. Some people have the ability to get on that stage and act and do, while other people are off on the side watching. They're not as easily going to jump in. Ruth Bader Ginsberg whom we all love—who didn't love Ruth Bader Ginsberg? What an incredibly magnificent woman. When she was out of being a Supreme Court justice, Lisa had this idea for a show. She invited all her wearable art friends to come up with a collar idea. She mentioned it to me, and I was trying to figure out what I could do with boxes to make a collar. I'm going to try to do this carefully. Behind me— Sharon: We'll show a picture of this when we post the podcast so people can see it. Marc: Right, behind me is this. This is a series of 18 boxes in a square. I mounted it on leather. I made it in such a way that you could take this off and wear it around your neck as a necklace. My wife, who is very gorgeous—she used to be a model, among other things in her life—she wore it. Lisa has a picture of her wearing it. It's one of those objects that, if you wear it among the other incredible collars that all of Lisa's artists made, this is even more of a conversation piece because of the image of Ruth. In each box I put her most-known rulings, the titles of them. Wearing that, going to an opening somewhere, it's going to draw people's attention. That's why I keep on saying the same thing over again: every box tells a story. Sharon: Where do you get the little figures? Do you buy them at doll stores where people make doll houses, or do you go to the toy store? Marc: It used to be a trade secret. I tried in the beginning to keep everything I did very secret, but if you're a creative person and you buy one of my boxes, if you really want to know how I made it, you can take it all apart and figure it out. If they're really curious, they could look at the figures, and now that we Google everything, they could find out that the figures are made in Europe. When I first started, I bought the figures at a model train store. Model train stores have everything for making dioramas. Sharon: They're too large for what you're doing, but I was thinking about the little plastic toy soldiers my brother used to have. Marc: Exactly. I have made boxes bigger than two inches square to be worn. That's easy to wear, but suddenly six inches to wear—that's a major statement. I used to take top hats and other hats and make a whole diorama around the hat, one-of-a-kind. I made a whole bunch of those, and I sold those pretty quickly. I made sunglasses that had a whole scene in the rim of the sunglasses. They didn't last very long because they're fragile; the wrong windstorm and they break. That's why the box, in the end, became the most utilitarian object to protect what was inside, the image and the little characters. There's meaning in that, protecting ourselves. Sharon: Where are you getting your ideas from? Are you walking down the street and seeing the World Trade Center and saying, “Oh, that would be great”? Marc: That's interesting, too. I don't live in New York City anymore. I really wish I was living in New York City. I can't afford it right now, but in the early days when I first was doing this, the mid-80s, early 90s when I was selling on the street, I would walk up and down all the fashion streets where all the storefronts are, a million different shops. There are boxes, but they have mannequins inside them. They are large versions of what I was doing on a small scale, and I would get inspired just by seeing what other window display people were doing. I would go to Barney's. Barney's uptown was amazing, the designers of the windows there. So were the windows in Tiffany. Because I'm a box artist, I see these things and they inspire me. I'd hear political news of the day, and then I'd try to match something with what was happening in the world with an image, either one I would create or one I would find and appropriate. Sharon: Do you call yourself a box artist if people ask, “What do you do?” Do you say you're an artist or a maker of jewelry? What do you call yourself? Marc: I call myself a box artist. Sharon: A box artist. Marc: I want to call myself a box artist. First of all, I like to think I created that name. Let's put it another way. When I was doing what I was doing, people used to say, “Oh, it's a shadow box,” because that's how people can connect with the idea. Shadow boxes, if you know what they are, are mostly that. They are cardboard most of the time, and people put things in them and they create shadows against the inside of the box. When I first started making these things, everybody was asking, “What is it? What do you call it?” and I would say, “It's a box and it has a little bit of art inside of it. It's box art.” The name stuck, and every time people would come up to me, they'd say, “What's your latest box art?” When you could get on the internet and Google things, I never saw the word box art in relationship to what I do, but I also never saw the word box art in relationship to anything. Once I started using the name, and when I would make my business cards and they would say, “Marc Cohen, Box Art,” then people would have that. You know how it is. The buzz gets out, so the word eventually stuck. So, I claim box art and I claim myself as a box artist. I claim myself as a lot of other things too, but some of them I can't mention. It's a funny journey, all of this. Now, it's Box Art Dreams. What is Box Art Dreams? Box Art Dreams is video, because that's the next level. I want to get even more intimate. I'd like the store to be even bigger in its depth and in its message. One image can do that on a certain level. For the person that's looking at it, one image can stimulate a lot of images in their head, but think about on top of it. If I have a two-inch square box and it has a little video screen inside of it, and there's a little movie in there and there are characters standing in front of it looking at it, I don't think I'm going to be able to make them fast enough. Sharon: It's an interesting idea. Marc: That's the goal. Now, I can't do that alone. My wife is a video maker and editor. I'm plugging Julia Danielle—she's a genius at video. One of our goals is to take the wearable art idea and give it even more of an attraction. It's not just on your lapel; there's something flickering in the box. Sharon: That would be really cool, yes. Marc: If it lights up, God almighty, what people would think. That's where I'm at. Once I do that, I don't know. Then, the next is large-scale exhibition. Starting with little boxes and leading me on a journey of jewelry and art. Sharon: I do want to mention, for those who are interested, that your boxes at this stage are with Lisa at Sculpture to Wear. We'll also be posting a link and a lot of other information about today. It'll be with the podcast. Marc, thank you so much. That was just so interesting. Marc: I appreciate it. Thank you. I want to tell you I'm honored for what you're doing. Sharon: Thank you very much. I appreciate that. Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.
Because we grow up in different types of environments, we have varying understanding or comprehension of the world through our senses and experiences. Our upbringing and the environment and community in which we were raised play a big role in shaping our lives, attitude, and personality as we interact and live from childhood to adulthood. A child adopts or follows the actions of the people around them without the ability to distinguish between what is right or wrong. This is also when they start to build impressions. Just like children, when someone is exposed to porn, they start to build a concept in their minds of what sexuality is without having an idea of what it portrays or means. Porn will try to create a sexual template inside someone's mind that causes them to have the wrong idea and appreciation of sexuality and relationships. In this episode, Andrew and Benjy talk about the importance of imprinting and how it affects your impression of what relationships should and shouldn't be. They share how porn creates the wrong interpretation and expectations of people in relationships. If you want to recondition yourself to start to imprint more with the good people around you, this episode will lead you to a vision for your sexuality, relationships, and what your sex is connected to. You'll also get to know about the importance of clearing yourself up spiritually, mentally, physically, and emotionally before getting married. Listen to Episode 92 to learn more! Shownotes The nature of pornography [2:46] Definition of sexual imprinting [4:57] How sexual imprinting affects the idea of marriage [8:13] How to balance a God-centered approach to sexuality [10:25] Pornography is not sexual in nature [14:35] Definition of sexuality [16:02] What High Noon is all about [16:54] Choosing what you imprint to [17:17] Click HERE for the show transcript.
Chief Revolution Officer John DiJulius of the DiJulius Group discusses what it takes to attract a bunch of Tesla-driving, Peloton-riding, Starbucks-drinking, Apple-using, and Lululemon-wearing customers. Those brands are not trying to be all things for all people. They are unique, almost exclusive, yet have a cult-like customer base. Their customers are looking for superior products and services wrapped in a compelling experience that makes them feel better about themselves. Those brands are a status symbol of a lifestyle. They offer customers emotional affirmation and an affordable luxury that says, “if I buy this, I will be hipper, more attractive, more intelligent, and more popular.” You will learn: Many times when a customer complains about the price it isn't because they were not willing to pay for it; it is because the experience didn't warrant it. Why discounting your prices is just a race to the bottom. Why it's a major mistake to allow cheap imitators to appear as your competition by reducing your prices. How to deliver an experience epiphany for your clients. Resources mentioned: The Customer Service Revolution Podcast Link to The Customer Service Revolution Conference Oct 5-6 in Cleveland, OH If you enjoyed this episode, we've created a PDF that has all of the key information for you from the episode. Just go over to our podcast page at https://thedijuliusgroup.com/the-customer-service-revolution-podcast to download it. *** EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com
Barbaranne and Zakk went to New York to promote the new album during the aftermath of Fashion week. Now this is an opportunity! The girls broke down their favorite and not so favorite dresses. Daniella finally figured out when Macy Gray's 2nd birthday party was and, of course, brought back fun stories. Daniella met Dyan Cannon, talked for hours and booked her for Honest AF! As always, Barb's Bag of Tricks is beyond amazing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Pumpkin Pine season is upon us! We explore all the pumpkin-flavored treats out there, Nicole's dislike of jack-o-lanterns, endless amounts of laundry, being late to the airport, the power of the placebo effect, Sasheer's sleep cycle being off, and solve the mystery of where they watched the VMAs. They take a quiz to learn which Masked Singer they are, get listener recommendations on a black-owned candle shop and purple cow-print booties, and answer a listener question about a best-friend dispute involving a mean, mistakenly-sent text, and respond to a question about how to handle a friend group dispute over an almost ex-boyfriend. Here is the quiz we took on The Masked Singer: https://www.purewow.com/entertainment/which-masked-singer-are-you-quiz Here is the candle shop - Wax On Vine: https://www.etsy.com/shop/WaxonVine Here are the purple cow-print booties: https://butrich.com/en/producto/vanessa-bootie-lilac/ Email or call Nicole & Sasheer with your friendship questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org (424) 645-7003
Duji still doesn't care that her nanny is unvaccinated. Demi Lovato says 'Alien' is offensive when referring to extraterrestrials. Should Charlie get a fake Ferrari. Pentagon's first software chief resigns in protest because US 'already lost' the AI war with China. B1 was spotted not wearing her engagement ring. Charlie got scolded on a mountain bike trail. Woman wants advice after she and her boyfriend broke up because he decided to become religious.
Seth and Sean get amped up for game 4 of the ALDS, dive into the John Gruden resignation situation, and assess if Culley just acknowledging his mistakes a day later is enough. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Listen to the SECRET PODCAST (shh): https://www.patreon.com/lukeandlewis Come see the boys live on stage! Luke: https://www.LukeKidgell.com Lewis: https://www.Lewspears.com/gigs New Episode Every Tuesday and Thursday 5PM! Listen to the *SECRET PODCAST* (shh) and join the secret sound off section: [https://www.patreon.com/lukeandlewis ](https://www.patreon.com/lukeandlewis) Luke's Comedy Special: [https://www.lukekidgell.com/ ](https://www.lukekidgell.com/) Lewis' comedy special: [https://www.lewspears.com/watch ](https://www.lewspears.com/watch) Luke and Lewis Highlights channel: [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXvxTAxTQuBbSUQ92cfPMFw ](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXvxTAxTQuBbSUQ92cfPMFw) Subscribe on iTunes here: [https://goo.gl/AAsepW ](https://goo.gl/AAsepW) Or on Spotify Here: https://open.spotify.com/show/5xVQLgqcOCNQ358mDtPkvo Facebook: [https://www.facebook.com/LukeandLewisShow/ ](https://www.facebook.com/LukeandLewisShow/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/luke_and_lewis/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Listen to the full story: https://audiodesires.com/story/repair-man/ In this audio sex story, a sexy, young repair man and an older, experienced woman have a spontaneous connection of passion and chemistry early one morning - and it looks like he has his work cut out for him. "Nice neighborhood. I think I re-shingled a roof on this street last year. I look down at my clipboard and scan over the job details. Looks like you've got some loose roof tiles after the storm last week. The door swings open and…there you are. Wearing a silk robe. Your hair pulled back. Damn, you look good early in the morning..you tilt your head to the side and pretty blatantly look me up and down. Your mouth is pulled into a slight smile. You're an older woman, at least fifteen, maybe even twenty years older than me. But there's something about you…you're...not like any older woman I've ever met. Ahh, I should concentrate on my work, I get distracted too easily. Last thing I need is some complaint about inappropriate behavior on the job..."
Dr. Mirya Holman, Associate Professor of Political Science at Tulane University, shares her latest research on how politicians depict mask wearing through their social media images. We discuss how computer vision can be used to detect masks in images, as well as what factors correlate with politicians' depicting masks. Later in the episode, we discuss another recent study by Dr. Holman, where emotions in the facial expressions and vocal pitch of German politicians were analyzed during election debates. Here's a link to that study: Gender, Candidate Emotional Expression, and Voter Reactions during Televised Debates (2021)And here's a link to Mirya Holman's Aggressive Winning Scholars (#MHAWS) Newsletter!
Humans now live in a world where communication is one or two dimensional. The telephone or video meeting is two dimensional conversation and texting, writing or email is one dimensional. These types of communications don't employ the depth of vision to notice the subtle nuances of facial expression. Wearing a mask will also eliminate noticing the slight smile or frown. There is actually a forth dimension with the use of the hormone oxytocin which is delivered between people in conversation but I don't believe it has been studied in horses. However, I would propose that this could be viewed as our energy and if correct, this is absent in most human conversations when using any technology from pen to paper on up. How we communicate with horses is through the use of 3 (or 4) dimensional conversation but most people today are not good at this as personal face to face talking is rare these days. In addition, humans live in the left half of the brain which houses our identity (ego) and our emotions tied to fear and joy among many other emotions that complicate our thinking. This podcast discusses how our brain works based on the experiences of Jill Bolte Taylor, Ph.D. in her book “Whole Brain Living.” Through the loss of her left half of her brain through a hemorrhage, this Harvard professor of neuroanatomy pieced back the lost functions and through her 8 year journey discovered new concepts of how our brain works. I attempt to tie together Dr Bolte Taylor's expert information with my experience with tens of thousands of horses and deliver to you my understanding of how we can improve our communication with our horses. As I say in the podcast, ask yourself how well you communicate with other humans (spouse, siblings, parents, strangers in the convenient store) and if THAT isn't good, then start with your own species. Once this is improved AND you also learn to understand how your brain / thinking works then use this skill to connect with a horse in 30 seconds, not 30 minutes or 30 days. We all can do this and in the upcoming podcasts I'll continue with the other parts of the brain and expand on what I say here. Doc T
NTD News Today—10/7/20211. Debt Ceiling: Temp. Bipartisan Plan in Works2. Dems Want New Fees for Federal Land Mining3. Clogged Shipping Ports Threaten Holiday Sales4. Judge Pauses Landmark Texas Pro-life Law5. Rep. Tlaib Criticized Over Mask-wearing
Reddit Story Podcastr/aita in today's reddit stories, OP asks the question AITA for wearing a white dress you their blind cousins wedding, as they don't see too much of a problem with it but when OP arrived they received some dirty looks from family and eventually gets pulled aside. 0:00 Intro0:35 Story 16:03 Story 211:46 Story 3Let's connect, all socials here
Nate Ulrich of The Akron Beacon-Journal joins Mike 'Chico' Bormann to talk Browns after Sunday's win in Minnesota, including what could have been of Baker Mayfield's struggles against the Vikings; also, Greedy Williams' performance against the Vikes offense. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
She was one of the few … Out of over 1.2 million Army service members, General Mari Eder was one of six senior women generals. And after 36 years of service, she went on to become an author and public speaker. Her latest book tells the stories of 15 courageous women from the Greatest Generation who changed the course of World War II. General Eder discusses her experience in the Army and the subjects of her new book with host Charles Mizrahi. Topics Discussed: An Introduction to General Eder (00:00:00) The Girls Who Stepped Out of Line (00:06:06) Getting Their Stories Right (00:09:58) Wearing the Uniform (00:21:36) Marching Upwards in the Military (00:28:58) Commanding General (00:38:31) Not Your Ordinary History Book (00:42:52) Guest Bio: Major General Mari Eder (retired) is an author, public speaker and former commanding general of the USAR Joint and Special Troops Support Command. She began serving in the Army in 1977, and has since commanded at the company battalion, brigade and division levels. General Eder has also served in several senior positions at the Pentagon and as the Director of Public Affairs at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. In addition, she's written several books that span strategic communications, leadership and even furry friends. Her latest book is below. Resources Mentioned: https://www.amazon.com/Girls-Who-Stepped-Out-Line/dp/1728230926 (The Girls Who Stepped Out of Line: Untold Stories of the Women Who Changed the Course of World War II) Transcript: https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/2021/10/05/world-war-mari-eder/ (https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/) Don't Forget To... • Subscribe to my podcast! • Download this episode to save for later • Liked this episode? Leave a kind review! Subscribe to Charles' Alpha Investor newsletter today: https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1729783 (https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1729783)
Welcome to the Determined to Dance podcast with your host, Jennifer Hallmark. Today's episode, 15 Practical Ways to Be a Blessing, focuses on ways to support others and ourselves. Are you ready? The world would have us march to its chaotic beat but God invites us to dance in His will and His way. Let's take a moment to be energized, refreshed, and motivated to face the day, one spin and twirl at a time. Show notes: 15 Practical Ways to Be a Blessing April 27, 2011. Alabama was hit by 62 tornadoes. In one day. 253 people died, 14 in my county alone. We didn't have electricity for five days, and many in other areas were without power much longer than that. No one in Alabama will ever forget that day of destruction and tragedy. We also will never forget the way people pulled together throughout our community to help one another. I saw one example after another of practical efforts that blessed others. People handed out bottled water in affected areas. Cooked food to take to workers as they cleared trees and debris. Watched children so their parents could work where needed. People blessed others regardless of race, age, gender, political, and religious beliefs. We banded together in the weeks and months that followed. Over the last eighteen months, we've seen a catastrophe on a much larger scale. Sickness, death, and lost finances have devastated more people than can be counted. And once again, we've seen people stand together, even if it has been in a socially distant way. People delivering food and medicine, sharing supplies, and doing yard work for their friends and neighbors. Blessing others in practical ways. What a perfect topic to end a series on encouragement. Small and useful acts of kindness that make a difference, one-on-one. We don't need a natural disaster or pandemic to open our eyes and ears to the needs around us. I've thought of fifteen ways we can be a blessing to others. And to ourselves. Yes, self-care is not a bad or selfish act. It's necessary to sustain strength and stamina to be a positive influence to those around us. First, let's talk about others: Write an inspiring note or card. Whether you send it by mail, text, or email, there's nothing more reassuring than a heartfelt word spoken at just the right time. Proverbs 25:11 says “A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver.” What a lovely word picture of encouragement. Take time to listen. Many people have been isolated and just want someone to take a moment to hear what they've been through. Whether in person, on the phone, or through texting or email, when you give of yourself by being present and paying attention to another's sorrows or joys, you are being like Jesus. Help with chores or yard work. I Peter 4:10 says “As each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.” You are gifted for a reason. Offer transportation or delivery services, especially to the elderly. A lot of senior citizens are limiting their time away from home. Check on family or neighbors to see if they need something. Speak affirming words. There is so much negative talk and criticism in the world today. Be positive and speak kind words to those around you. Proverbs 15:4 in the NLT version says “Gentle words bring life and health; a deceitful tongue crushes the spirit." Smile. Wearing masks has made this more difficult but anytime you can, smile and speak to those around you. You rarely really know what people are going through. Say thank you. Don't assume people know what you're thinking. Be appreciative of others. Donate. Whether it's food, clothes, household items, blood, or plasma, the need has never been greater. Be open to what you can do to help your community. Go the extra mile. This one is tough for me. Throughout the pandemic, I've struggled with energy and stamina, especially after my husband and I had COVID.
Hello to you listening in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is 60 Seconds, your daily dose of hope, imagination, wisdom, stories, practical tips, and general riffing on this and that.Very cold, dark and wet outside the albergue kitchen crowded with pilgrims jostling for morning coffee. Wearing most of my gear I feel afraid it won't be enough for what I imagine is outside. How will I walk in this weather? A pilgrim wearing a black hoodie turns around and I see white block letters spelling the word: ADJUST.Tugging down my black wool watch cap before pulling up the rain jacket hood I agree with myself to ADJUST and set out. That's why I'm here: to journey into the dark and come out in the light.Village street lamps are shrouded in fog, misty rain muffles even the closest voices, hiking boots echo on cobblestones. I get the sense we are all feeling our way along hoping to stumble on the yellow Camino marker so we don't miss the turn. There it is. Single file we go. In time dawn rises, a small café is serving café con leche, and I've adjusted to the Camino once again. This is the place to thrive together. Come for the stories - stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, including Android, and join us next time! You're invited to stop by the website and subscribe to stay current with Diane, her journeys, her guests, as well as creativity, imagination, walking, stories, camaraderie, and so much more: Quarter Moon Story ArtsProduction Team: Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 - Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
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Disputes over mask requirements and the state's mask mandate ban are playing out in Texas classrooms and courtrooms. Multiple lawsuits have been filed against and by the state, and the federal government is getting involved. What do we know about the spread of coronavirus among unvaccinated kids at school? Does Gov. Abbott's ban discriminate against students with disabilities who are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19?
You are in for a treat in this episode as the founder of Freedom Toons joins me. After Seamus Coughlin shares his journey since high school, he also explains how his Catholic roots factored in. All that got me hyped up to share my own experience of finding God. Following that serious discussion, I have to say that it's been a while I haven't laughed this much. I promise you'll get a good laugh too as you watch Coughlin impersonating Trump and the one and only Dr. Jordan. Yes, I know. Wait till you see HIS reaction too. Get the true taste of the expression of freedom as Mikhaila and Seamus Coughlin discuss his experience in animation. In this episode, they tackle values, religion, and complex emotions. Coughlin's shares his experience with his Youtube Channel “Freedom Toons”, and ends up imitating well-known figures like Trump and none other than Dr. Jordan himself. Check out this episode to see the impact “Freedom Toons” has had and how Dr. Jordan reacts towards an impersonation of him. Seamus Coughlin is a libetarian animator and political cartoonist, columnist, and Youtuber with an affinity for multimedia production. During his high school career, he qualified for many local and national awards. Ever since his mentor encouraged him to start his own business, he has been working in the digital industry. Remember to subscribe if you enjoyed this episode. Find more Seamus Coughlin on YouTube: @FreedomToons Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Seamus_Coughlin ———————————— Follow Me On ———————————— Audio - https://linktr.ee/mikhailapeterson Twitter - https://twitter.com/MikhailaAleksis Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mikhailapeterson Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mikhailapetersonpodcast Lion Diet - https://linktr.ee/liondiet Telegram - https://t.me/mikhailapeterson ———————————— Show Notes ———————————— [0:00] Intro [02:20] Seamus Coughlin's background. [05:20] The success of “Freedom Toons”. [06:40] Coughlin's thoughts on values. [07:05] Dr. Peterson's thoughts on conservatives. [09:30] Coughlin's Catholic roots. [12:30] Mikhaila's experience finding God. [18:55] Finding joy in misery. [21:27] Dr. Peterson's Jungian technique to analyze Mikhaila's dream. [24:50] Dr. Peterson's opinion on commitment. [26:35] The different imitations of Seamus. [31:10] Seamus's most popular videos. [38:37] The Thanksgiving video. [40:20] The growth journey of “Freedom Toons”. [41:58] Wearing white after Labor Day. [42:42] Coughlin's impersonation of Dr. Peterson in the presence of Dr. Peterson. [45:30] Coughlin's impersonation of Trump. [29:09] The impact of “Freedom Toons”. [30:53]Wrap Up. #MikhailaPeterson #SeamusCoughlin #FreedomToons #JordanPeterson #Conservatism
3:00- The guys get into a debate about wearing cologne on a daily basis. 17:25- Hugh Douglas joins the show to talk about the upcoming match-up between the WFT and the Falcons. 31:10- What would the Falcons have to do to win this weekend's game against the WFT? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The gang is back this week, hot off a hiatus while Stipe was busy acquiring a new child. They get into that whole experience, talk about Jon and Jamie getting bumped at the Jake Paul fight, Jon's hatred for girls that wear sunglasses indoors and the many creatures living in Stipe's attic(s). ------- Follow us on Instagram: @jabspodcast Follow us on Twitter: @jabspodcast Follow Stipe: @stipemiocic Follow Jon: @jpchewbac Follow Jamie: @mekalek Email us!: email@example.com
Every week Davi goes hunting for a*holes. They're everywhere, but only one can be named A*Hole of the Week. Up today: this dude is mad at women for wearing bathing suits...on the beach?! Here's what went down in the confrontation between one totally RANDOM stranger on the beach and a woman who captured it all and posted it on her TikTok! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.