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The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
B&T Extra: Food & Movies From Every States

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 21:13


On this Bob & Tom Extra: We have William Shatner, Dick Hitswater, and food and movies from every state! Support the show: https://members.bobandtom.com/pcd/document?iid=99001I**GTZ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Nateland Podcast
#70 Halloween

The Nateland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 121:10


Happy Halloween folks! On this week's podcast, we share ghost stories, discuss our favorite Halloween candy, and debate the popularity of William Shatner as we're once again joined by our friend and fellow comedian Mike Vecchione.    Podcast produced by Nate & Laura Bargatze https://www.natebargatze.com https://www.allthingscomedy.com https://www.genovationsdesign.com https://www.centerstmedia.com Email - Nateland@NateBargatze.com #nateland #natebargatze     Vuori - Vuori.com/Nate   Go to VUORI.COM/NATE and discover the versatility of Vuori Clothing and get yourself some of the most comfortable and versatile clothing on the planet. For our listeners they are offering 20% off your first purchase.  Not only will you receive 20% off your first purchase, but enjoy free shipping on any U.S. orders over $75 and free returns.        Solo Stove - SoloStove.com   Get the perfect fire pit for those Fall nights and make your backyard a destination with a spectacular fire pit from Solo Stove. Shop the Fall Event now and get an extra $10 off when you use promo code NATE at checkout. They're so confident you'll love it, they offer a lifetime warranty and a 30-day FREE return policy. Just go toSOLOSTOVE.COM. And remember, you get $10 off when you use promo code NATE. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Buzzn The Tower
The 80s Collector Part 3 Horror Edition

Buzzn The Tower

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 58:59


In Part 1 we started building the world's greatest 80s movie memorabilia collection. In Part 2 with the help of celebrity chef Graham Elliot, we added some rad items like the glaive from Krull, the WOPR computer from WarGames and the Auryn from The Neverending Story. Today in Part 3 we're building out the museum to include our favorite keepsakes from 80s horror films. I'm Mo Shapiro and joining me as always, the white painted Shatner mask to my Halloween nightmare, Max Sanders. And with that, let's build our collection!

The BreakPoint Podcast
Shatner Reacts to Seeing the Final Frontier

The BreakPoint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 1:01


My Turning Point
William Shatner

My Turning Point

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 32:44


Before he headed off to the final frontier for real, William Shatner sat down with host Steve Baltin to talk about his incredibly autobiographical and personal spoken word album, "BILL," which features Joe Jonas, Brad Paisley, Joe Walsh, and more.

The Mo'Kelly Show
William Shatner ‘Space' Hate, Waffle House & Trump's ‘TRUTH'

The Mo'Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 33:11


ICYMI: The Mo'Kelly Show Presents – Thoughts on Joan Collins blasting William Shatner's trip into space, Waffle House waitresses pulling guns on customers AND Trump new social media platform 'TRUTH Social' on KFI AM 640 – Live everywhere on the iHeartRadio app

Subspace Transmissions: A Star Trek Podcast
"E2" - Enterprise: Serious Episodes Can Still Be Fun! (#370)

Subspace Transmissions: A Star Trek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021


Hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton hang out with their time-travelling descendants while exploring exactly why the third season Enterprise episode E2 is so special. From two T'Pols, to the complexities of Lorian and Reed's tragic bachelor life, the duo break it all down. Plus, the hosts reveals their hopes and potential concerns regarding Star Trek: Prodigy.Right-click to download.Read more »

Monday Morning Radio
Grab a Seat Alongside Jeff Bezos and William Shatner Aboard This Marketing Rocketship

Monday Morning Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 43:01


By now, nearly everyone knows that William Shatner, aka Captain James T. Kirk, flew into space aboard the Blue Origin spacecraft on October 13th. Why would Jeff Bezos, who owns the rocketship company, want to invite a 90-year-old actor whose turn in the original Star Trek series took place more than 50 years ago on board when Bezos could have sold that seat for tens of millions of dollars?  Longtime Wizard of Ads Partner Jeff ‘The Professor' Sexton tells host and award-winning journalist Dean Rotbart that there are priceless marketing lessons to be gleaned from Bezos's inclusion of Shatner — insights that can lead to out-of-this-world success whether you're selling space exploration, insurance, beer, breakfast cereal, or even toilet paper. Strap yourself in, Jeff and Dean are ready to blast off. Read Jeff Sexton's article, “Two Marketing Lessons From William Shatner and Blue Origin.” Photo: Jeff Sexton, Wizard of Ads PartnersPosted: October 25, 2021Monday Morning Run Time: 43:00

Cross The Line 1524, The Common Man's Podcast
Episode #82—A “Blackened” Tasting, Captain James T. Kirk and The Origins of Halloween

Cross The Line 1524, The Common Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 55:44


Episode #82—A “Blackened” Tasting, Captain James T. Kirk and The Origins of Halloween... We start off tasting the new “Blackened X Willet”. From there we boldly go where no man has gone before talking about William Shatner heading into space and finish up with the origins of Halloween and Jack O Lanterns.  Sit back, relax and enjoy another episode of Cross The Line 1524!   Available on all podcast apps and players including Tunein Radio! Join Jeff Montag, Ruben Hunt. Duane Bischoff and Alan Stenger for another episode of Cross The Line 1524! Recorded with a Live Audience at “The Rusted Nail Speakeasy”! Thank You for listening to Cross The Line1524 Check out our web site at: www.crosstheline1524.com Facebook: Cross The Line 15/24 You Tube: Cross The Line 1524 Email us : podcast@crosstheline1524.com Take a listen to one of America's fastest growing new podcasts! Please take time to leave us a 5 star rating to help us promote our podcast.

Dance Monkey Dance
Episode 519: Stayed Dancing In The Dark

Dance Monkey Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 80:14


In this episode, the boys discuss William Shatner going into space, Squid Game and DC Fandome.

5 live Science Podcast
How Much Did The World's Largest Pumpkin Weigh?

5 live Science Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 54:34


Harry Lewis and the panel tackle the science questions you've been sending in, including whether William Shatner is strictly now an astronaut?

Us Versus Movies
Halloween Kills

Us Versus Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 109:18


You'd think we'd be smart enough to save a movie called "Halloween Kills" for the week of Halloween, but fuck that noise! We're covering this week as we continue our Shocktober movie month of horror and murder themed movies. Now, put your Shatner mask on and get ready to dive into some firemen on this episode of Let's Movie!

Creepy Cove Community Church Podcast
S3 Ep 7 'Dealing With Rejection' Part 2 (FULL SERVICE feat Father Paul from Netflix's 'Midnight Mass'

Creepy Cove Community Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 45:23


Welcome to another fine service here at Creepy Cove Community Church. The only horror themed church on the planet...surely?This is the FULL SERVICE...if you just want the 'sermon/ talk' then check out the SERMON ONLY VERSION next to this one. Rupert Donk opens tonights service with some devastating news about the churches coffee machine...the poltergeist has struck once again! Then we have a very special guest who takes the stage for an interview...yes, we hear from the lovely Father Paul Hill who is taking over from Monsignor Pruitt over on Crockett Island.  Father Paul is heading off to Crockett tomorrow, so he has joined our humble church to draw some spiritual inspiration from our congregation.  But will he make it through the interview without collapsing? In the interview, he and Rupert discuss how moist Monsignor Pruitt's armpits are, and how this 'unpleasant' bodily feature has led to great wonders.Next we are delighted to have our Bible reading from Lyssiah, who hails from the nearby town of Twin Peaks. After that Peter takes the stage to speak to us on the topic of Dealing With Rejection...sharing a few times he has struggled with rejection himself...but we learn how it does not have to define us. After a Crockett Island themed prayer and meditation, it's over to Father Paul again who turns out to be a most talented troubadour. For he sings a little self-penned ditty for us about his new role at St Saviours on Crockett. A full on cheese fest song called 'I Feel Okay'.Finally, Rupert and Peter discuss the challenges of toe-tapping and maritime drinks before retiring to the bar.And that completes another pleasant and hopefully encouraging service from the windswept church on the peak. We very much hope you enjoyed your time with us...thanks for coming!Note: If you'd like to support the show and help keep it free, please check out www.patreon.com/creepycove. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)

This Week in Retro
Drop this BLAZING fast 6502 FPGA into your retro computer! This Week in Retro 55

This Week in Retro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 50:53


The retro community rallys around one of their own in response to tragedy, SCUMM turns 20, a blazing fast 6502 FPGA chip, Tachyon Dreams is a EGA-style adventure game with a liberal dose of humour, and Henhouse Harry comes to Bill Shatner's favorite micro. All this plus our community question of the week on This Week in Retro!

Law of Attraction Radio Network
Jewels: Aye, Aye Captain Kirk!

Law of Attraction Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 72:00


We experienced a incredible voyage into the Law of Attraction with the Help of James Kirk (William Shatner).  His trip 63 miles above the earth surface was his manifestation and ours as well.  What a perfect example of the Law of Attraction in Action!  Then we have Janice McDermott who wrote the book The Healing Mind and Mind Magic which has a workbook with it.  It about streamlining the power of the imagination via an 18 step- by-step progressive guided imagery lessons. https://loaradionetwork.com/jewels Great Show!  You can contact Janice McDermott here: BetterHelp.com/janice-mcdermot and EmotionalMindTraining.com

Autism Live
Autism Live with Dr. Temple Grandin!

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 64:53


Join us as our host Shannon Penrod interviews the famous autism advocate and professor Dr. Temple Grandin! In this episode Dr. Grandin will be answering questions that our viewers wrote into our host! Tune in and interact with us LIVE while Dr. Grandin and our host Shannon discuss the answers and interact with our live audience!!!   3:41 What do you think is the recommendation for kids with ASD /ADHD to improve focus and attention or specific activities that will help, if not having meds as an option?   4:57 what are the best ways to teach job skills for people on the spectrum?   12:17 I have heard you say that you spun a metal ring on your bed and that you like to watch sand go through your fingers.  What does that do for you?  I want to understand why my son splashes water.    14:09 When you were in elementary, what were your challenges as a kid and how did you manage it, or how did the school help you?   15:46 How did you deal with bullies?   16:46 When you went to college did you have any accommodations, what kinds of accommodations do you make for your students, do you have students that are on the spectrum?   19:06 Which of your books should I read first?  I am 22 and am autistic.    25:30 We are trying to teach my son the multiplication tables and I am not sure what to do.  I had to memorize it as a kid, but that doesn't seem to be working, how did you learn it, and do you have any suggestions?   27:07 Do you have sensitivity to clothing?  Are there somethings you won't wear?  My son will only wear short pants and takes off his shoes whenever he can?   29:30 Did you watch Elon Musk and Bezos go into space; did you watch Shatner?  What do you think?  Do you want to go? Do you think they should be called astronauts for only going up for ten minutes?   32:36 When you visualize one of the buildings you design, do you see it from above first or can you see it from all angles at the same time?  Can you describe your process?  Your drawings are stunning.   34:22 You have said you have a visual brain are their other types of brains?  I don't think my son is visual and I want to understand him.   37:30 Who have you been most excited to meet in your life and if you could meet anyone, who would it be?   39:00 Our son is 7 and loves trains, what can we do with him now to help him be ready to have a job?   42:05 Is there a children's book about Autism you recommend for us to read to our kids on the spectrum and their siblings?   43:56 How did you find out that you were on the spectrum and any advice on how to tell our 11-year-old daughter?   44:58 What does Temple love about teaching?  How did she first begin to teach?   47:10 Do you have a best friend?  What do you like to do with friends?  How do you recommend we foster friendships for our 16-year-old?  He likes cars.   49:36 This might be a strange question, but have you ever had someone doubt that you were on the spectrum?  Our son has made so much progress that people often tell us that he must have been misdiagnosed but they have no idea how hard he worked.  It's frustrating.   50:58 I am neurodivergent and I hate when parents find out – they stare at me and watch everything I do – and they ask stupid questions like “Do I remember my childhood” I find it annoying.  Do you every get annoyed when people ask you stupid questions?  How do you deal with it?   52:20 I am concerned about high school students who have lost so much in Covid, as a college professor I am interested to know what you think we should be doing to get these kids caught up and ready for college or jobs.   55:45 How many books have you wrote?   56:55 Parents of children how are highly impacted are asking for there to be a new designation for their kids because Autism is such a big umbrella, what does Temple think of that?

Autism Live
Autism Live with Dr. Temple Grandin!

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 65:12


Join us as our host Shannon Penrod interviews the famous autism advocate and professor Dr. Temple Grandin! In this episode Dr. Grandin will be answering questions that our viewers wrote into our host! Tune in and interact with us LIVE while Dr. Grandin and our host Shannon discuss the answers and interact with our live audience!!!   3:41 What do you think is the recommendation for kids with ASD /ADHD to improve focus and attention or specific activities that will help, if not having meds as an option?   4:57 what are the best ways to teach job skills for people on the spectrum?   12:17 I have heard you say that you spun a metal ring on your bed and that you like to watch sand go through your fingers.  What does that do for you?  I want to understand why my son splashes water.    14:09 When you were in elementary, what were your challenges as a kid and how did you manage it, or how did the school help you?   15:46 How did you deal with bullies?   16:46 When you went to college did you have any accommodations, what kinds of accommodations do you make for your students, do you have students that are on the spectrum?   19:06 Which of your books should I read first?  I am 22 and am autistic.    25:30 We are trying to teach my son the multiplication tables and I am not sure what to do.  I had to memorize it as a kid, but that doesn't seem to be working, how did you learn it, and do you have any suggestions?   27:07 Do you have sensitivity to clothing?  Are there somethings you won't wear?  My son will only wear short pants and takes off his shoes whenever he can?   29:30 Did you watch Elon Musk and Bezos go into space; did you watch Shatner?  What do you think?  Do you want to go? Do you think they should be called astronauts for only going up for ten minutes?   32:36 When you visualize one of the buildings you design, do you see it from above first or can you see it from all angles at the same time?  Can you describe your process?  Your drawings are stunning.   34:22 You have said you have a visual brain are their other types of brains?  I don't think my son is visual and I want to understand him.   37:30 Who have you been most excited to meet in your life and if you could meet anyone, who would it be?   39:00 Our son is 7 and loves trains, what can we do with him now to help him be ready to have a job?   42:05 Is there a children's book about Autism you recommend for us to read to our kids on the spectrum and their siblings?   43:56 How did you find out that you were on the spectrum and any advice on how to tell our 11-year-old daughter?   44:58 What does Temple love about teaching?  How did she first begin to teach?   47:10 Do you have a best friend?  What do you like to do with friends?  How do you recommend we foster friendships for our 16-year-old?  He likes cars.   49:36 This might be a strange question, but have you ever had someone doubt that you were on the spectrum?  Our son has made so much progress that people often tell us that he must have been misdiagnosed but they have no idea how hard he worked.  It's frustrating.   50:58 I am neurodivergent and I hate when parents find out – they stare at me and watch everything I do – and they ask stupid questions like “Do I remember my childhood” I find it annoying.  Do you every get annoyed when people ask you stupid questions?  How do you deal with it?   52:20 I am concerned about high school students who have lost so much in Covid, as a college professor I am interested to know what you think we should be doing to get these kids caught up and ready for college or jobs.   55:45 How many books have you wrote?   56:55 Parents of children how are highly impacted are asking for there to be a new designation for their kids because Autism is such a big umbrella, what does Temple think of that?

OODAcast
Episode 83: Alan Cohen of DCVC on Investing in Deep Tech For Humanity

OODAcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 56:02


Alan Cohen is a partner at DCVC, a highly regarded venture capital firm who pioneered the concept of investing in Deep Tech. Alan has helped lead and grow some of the most influential enterprise IT companies in the world. This includes serving as a VP of Enterprise for Cisco. He has also advised companies like Box, Cohesity, Netskope and Mobile Iron. He has been on the leadership teams of breakthrough companies like Nicira and Illumio. At DCVC he tracks innovations across multiple sectors of the economy and helps steer investments. He also sits on the boards of several DCVC portfolio companies, many of which we talked about in this OODAcast. We certainly talk tech with Alan, and he is the perfect guy to examine some of the more exciting breakthroughs being achieved through Deep Tech investing. But were pleased to learn his foundational story was not in a high tech field. He was an avid reader as a child and for his education pursued an English undergraduate and then completed a Master of Arts in English. In our discussion it becomes clear his love for a good narrative story paid off in his ability to seek out the deeper meaning of tech and express its impact in the language of business decision-makers. In our review of the narrative of Alan's own career we suss out a significant lesson that informs his mental model for decision-making. There is a threat to good decisions, especially decisions in due diligence. This threat is the human mind's ability to deceive itself, especially through confirmation bias. In Alan's view, the hardest thing about being an investor or decision-maker is avoiding this confirmation bias. Things that make a person successful earlier in a career can be the things that trip you up at other stages. He sites Tony Soprano, who used to say ‘Remember when' is the lowest form of conversation. Too much nostalgia leads to too strong of a confirmation bias. Note: At the time of our interview with Alan one of the partners at DCVC had just returned from Space, having flown on the same Deep Blue flight with William Shatner. We discuss some of the relevance of this to technology innovation and leadership with Alan. Some of the firms we discuss with Alan include: Evolv: Applies sensors, data, and machine learning to detect and prevent a wide set of global threats to people. Planet Labs: Planet uses over 150 of its satellites in orbit and powerful AI to image the entire Earth every day, making global change visible, accessible, and actionable. Rocket Lab: Delivers a range of complete rocket systems and technologies for fast and low-cost payload deployment. Capella Space: Persistent and reliable information from space independent of weather and light conditions using synthetic aperture radar. Atomwise: Breakthrough products for pharma and agricultural companies with novel AI for atom-by-atom chemistry. Recursion: Discovers transformative new life science treatments by applying breakthrough AI and computer vision to understand the behavior of millions of living human cells in parallel Primer: Primer helps parse and collate a large number of documents across several languages Illumio: stops cyber threats by dynamically enforcing segmentation and policy on every point of compute and storage, on premise or in the cloud, with lights-out, hands-free management. Agility Robotics: Bi-ped humanoid robots to automate pick/place tasks in logistics. Pivot Bio: Fueled by an innovative drive and a deep understanding of the microbiome, Pivot Bio is pioneering transformative advances in fertilizer and crop nutrition. These are just a few of the Deep Tech firms the DCVC team has been investing in and helping grow. These and many others have already made direct positive benefits in terms of helping fight global warming, defeating pandemics, reducing death from terminal diseases and helping defend democracy from hostile threats. For more see: DCVC

The Roddenberry Podcast Network
P1P: 528 - Unpacking Pakleds, and the Cat's Out of The Bag

The Roddenberry Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 38:00


This week on Episode 528 of Priority One: We delve into the whale-filled washup of the season finale of Lower Decks, Anson Mount discusses literally sitting in the captain's chair, and is that a star on top of the Christmas tree or a Borg baby spray-painted gold? In gaming news, we take a closer look at Star Trek Online's Halloween event, and roll for shield strength in a new release from Star Trek Adventures! TREK IT OUT Edited by Thomas Reynolds What's the Deal With All These Feels, McMahan? By Elio Lleo Mike McMahan, the creator of Star Trek: Lower Decks, isn't resting on his laurels! Nope! After a (generally) well-received Season 2 of the Star Trek animated adventure, McMahan is making the rounds talking about the season–which wrapped last week on October 14th. Sam Stone of Comic Book Resource jumped right in and asked about its unusual villain: the Pakleds. McMahan's explanation: When we were writing the first season, we were in the thick of a pretty dark time across the world–the re-rise of fascism across multiple countries, obviously a lot of politics happening in this country and, not to put too fine a point to it, things that had seemed like a joke in the first place suddenly becoming much more dangerous because we weren't vigilant about it. The Pakleds seemed like a perfect opportunity for that… [This sight gag doesn't work in a podcast app but I stand by it nonetheless–Ed.] Image: ViacomCBS, via Comic Book Resource. Really Be Careful What You Wish For, Mariner What about that incredible cliffhanger? Well according to McMahan, the goal of Season 2 was meant to show Mariner “grappling with themes of betrayal and being left.” Supposedly, Mariner's got some past trauma that we haven't been privy to yet. Nevertheless, McMahan explains that Mariner will start Season 3 struggling to deal with having her mother taken from her. [NOT JUST HER, MIKE–Ed.] When talking with StarTrek.com he explained, “...in the first season we were really creating a family, and in the second season we kind of tested them. And in the finale of the second season, we're dealing with the loss, the family breaking up.”  What about our other characters? Well, there seems to be something deeper going on with Rutherford. Something more than just a faulty cybernetic implant. MacMahan tells CBR.com, “... it's about Rutherford. There's stuff about Rutherford that he doesn't even realize and this is his second implant.” They go on to discuss some of the other character dynamics–like the “will they/won't they” tension between Rutherford and Tendi–along with some takeaways McMahan learned from the first two seasons. Mainly that anyone you talk to could secretly be Jeffrey Combs. Anyone. Image: ViacomCBS, via Comic Book Resource. Center Chair, Hot Seat, Call It What You Will By Cat Hough If you have not had a chance to see the new trailer for the upcoming History Channel docu-series The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek, you should definitely trek it out. According to the press release, The Center Seat will be “the ultimate Star Trek documentary that everyone has always wanted, and now they're getting.” Each episode of the series will focus on a different chapter in Star Trek history, starting with the inception of the original Star Trek series at Desilu. But even the trailer features some pretty saucy quotes from the cast and crew of the various shows and movies. https://youtu.be/J_IOHcPuN3Q For example, we hear more from Wil Wheaton, Denise Crosby, Kate Mulgrew and Robert Beltran about their less than ideal working circumstances and for Cirroc Lofton–we hear about his extreme dislike for having to wear the “onesie” uniform while also going through puberty. Nicolas Meyer, writer of The Undiscovered Country, speaks about how much William Shatner hated the script for the movie and the effect that had on, well, pretty much everyone else involved [yeah and you thought Final Frontier was a good idea, now sit down–Ed.] Mmmm. Taste that grain. Image: ViacomCBS, via Deadline. The show doesn't cover any of the new Trek series, but definitely appears to be a comprehensive and detailed exploration of the Star Trek universe over the first 55 years of the show. Created by the Nacelle Company, who also produced Netflix's The Movies That Made Us and The Toys That Made Us, the series is narrated by Dr. Beverly Crusher herself, Gates McFadden, and directed by Nacelle Company founder Brian Volk-Weiss. There's not been an official release date given other than it should premiere sometime this fall. Festivities Will Now Commence By Rosco McQueen It's the most wonderful time of year; when the nanoprobes gently come to rest on ornaments hanging from the boughs of a tree, and assimilation tubules shine in the festive glow of twinkling lights.  Christmas is soon upon us, and you can count down to festive assimilation with the 2021 Borg Cube advent calendar. The calendar features 24 Trek gifts behind alcoves (or windows if you prefer) and includes gifts of socks, coasters, and an espresso cup commemorating the first warp speed flight in 2063. It's made by Eaglemoss, the same company who also made a TARDIS-shaped advent calendar for devout Whovians, and is available for purchase now. It could be just the thing to put you in the mood for Picard season 2, with the Borg Queen to feature as part of the time-travelling tale. And speaking of season 2… I hope one of those is an apology to Icheb and Hugh. Image: Eaglemoss. Soji's Sojourn By Rosco McQueen In an interview with Trekmovie.com, Isa Briones spoke about where we find Soji in Picard season 2: a place where she can finally be herself, now that being an android is no longer outlawed.   “We're definitely seeing a new kind of level of her evolution as she's coming into her own. She's finally allowed to be who she is and be accepted by the universe, the galaxy, whatever you want to call it. So yeah, we get to see her in this new, more certain place of who she is. And that's very exciting.” The more certain place also has a pool? Jealous. Image: ViacomCBS, via TrekMovie.com The interview covered working under strict COVID conditions, as well as the broader strokes of season two and how it connects to the world we're living in. “There's a big emphasis, I think, on mental health, for sure. We're seeing these characters going through some hard moments and really leaning on each other and prioritizing their own mental health in order to save everyone else. And I think that's a very relatable storyline and a storyline that we need right now.” Your classic Good Cop/Borg Cop dynamic. Image: ViacomCBS, via TrekMovie.com We're All Batty for Strange New Worlds By Rosco McQueen The hype train continues heading towards the station for Strange New Worlds–even Anson Mount starring as Batman in the new DC animated movie Injustice can't stop interviewers from asking about the new series.   Either that, or they ask about his starship's extended warranty. Image:ViacomCBS, via SYFY. Mount will play the role of the Dark Knight in the animated adaptation of the video game Injustice, where a traumatized Superman turns evil.  In an interview with SYFY Wire, Mount talks about the recording process, and not being the first Christopher Pike to take a turn at Batman. (If you're playing along at home, Bruce Greenwood has voiced Batman a couple of times, and was also the Kelvin Universe's version of one of Starfleet's greatest captains). But when the discussion turned to Strange New Worlds, Mount reinforced the episodic nature of the show, as well as a moment that would give every Trek fan goosebumps. “I was just there as Anson in my own clothes and I sat down in the chair and it was in that moment that I flashed back to playing Star Trek as my make-believe game when I was like eight years old. Something about it was just really strangely emotional for me, and I'm still doing that. I don't even know really how to articulate it, but it's surreal and it's weird... but it's something that I'm so grateful for.” STAR TREK GAMING NEWS Edited by Thomas Reynolds Fanatical Devotion to the Many By Cat Hough Star Trek Online tweeted earlier today that the recent partnership with Fanatical offering in-game bundles to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of America raised more than $77,000. Well done, everyone who donated! Cat's Tale of “Cat's Tale” By Cat Hough Well, it's been a week since the “Cat's Tale” Halloween TFO was released, and while it took players a few days to get to know how to navigate the phases of the TFO, it seems that most people are enjoying the mission. As you and your team are first transported to the castle on Pyris VII (or is it Boreth?) the music and lighting definitely set the mood for battling skeletons, witches, skulls and Devidians. In a creepy surprise, you're treated to some Bonnie-Kin voice-over as you make our way downstairs and through the hallways lighting candles–because it's dark in this castle! In the first phase, you are attacked by skeletons, but you can only kill them when they are standing within the circles of candlelight. Some equipment that we highly recommend is the Universal Kit Module - Gravity Containment Unit Mk XII. You can get this kit module as a Tier IV reward from the Discovery reputation; if you use it while you're standing in the circles, then you can just pull those skeletons over to you. 

Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast
528 - Unpacking Pakleds, and the Cat's Out of The Bag

Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 38:00


This week on Episode 528 of Priority One: We delve into the whale-filled washup of the season finale of Lower Decks, Anson Mount discusses literally sitting in the captain's chair, and is that a star on top of the Christmas tree or a Borg baby spray-painted gold? In gaming news, we take a closer look at Star Trek Online's Halloween event, and roll for shield strength in a new release from Star Trek Adventures! TREK IT OUT Edited by Thomas Reynolds What's the Deal With All These Feels, McMahan? By Elio Lleo Mike McMahan, the creator of Star Trek: Lower Decks, isn't resting on his laurels! Nope! After a (generally) well-received Season 2 of the Star Trek animated adventure, McMahan is making the rounds talking about the season–which wrapped last week on October 14th. Sam Stone of Comic Book Resource jumped right in and asked about its unusual villain: the Pakleds. McMahan's explanation: When we were writing the first season, we were in the thick of a pretty dark time across the world–the re-rise of fascism across multiple countries, obviously a lot of politics happening in this country and, not to put too fine a point to it, things that had seemed like a joke in the first place suddenly becoming much more dangerous because we weren't vigilant about it. The Pakleds seemed like a perfect opportunity for that… [This sight gag doesn't work in a podcast app but I stand by it nonetheless–Ed.] Image: ViacomCBS, via Comic Book Resource. Really Be Careful What You Wish For, Mariner What about that incredible cliffhanger? Well according to McMahan, the goal of Season 2 was meant to show Mariner “grappling with themes of betrayal and being left.” Supposedly, Mariner's got some past trauma that we haven't been privy to yet. Nevertheless, McMahan explains that Mariner will start Season 3 struggling to deal with having her mother taken from her. [NOT JUST HER, MIKE–Ed.] When talking with StarTrek.com he explained, “...in the first season we were really creating a family, and in the second season we kind of tested them. And in the finale of the second season, we're dealing with the loss, the family breaking up.”  What about our other characters? Well, there seems to be something deeper going on with Rutherford. Something more than just a faulty cybernetic implant. MacMahan tells CBR.com, “... it's about Rutherford. There's stuff about Rutherford that he doesn't even realize and this is his second implant.” They go on to discuss some of the other character dynamics–like the “will they/won't they” tension between Rutherford and Tendi–along with some takeaways McMahan learned from the first two seasons. Mainly that anyone you talk to could secretly be Jeffrey Combs. Anyone. Image: ViacomCBS, via Comic Book Resource. Center Chair, Hot Seat, Call It What You Will By Cat Hough If you have not had a chance to see the new trailer for the upcoming History Channel docu-series The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek, you should definitely trek it out. According to the press release, The Center Seat will be “the ultimate Star Trek documentary that everyone has always wanted, and now they're getting.” Each episode of the series will focus on a different chapter in Star Trek history, starting with the inception of the original Star Trek series at Desilu. But even the trailer features some pretty saucy quotes from the cast and crew of the various shows and movies. https://youtu.be/J_IOHcPuN3Q For example, we hear more from Wil Wheaton, Denise Crosby, Kate Mulgrew and Robert Beltran about their less than ideal working circumstances and for Cirroc Lofton–we hear about his extreme dislike for having to wear the “onesie” uniform while also going through puberty. Nicolas Meyer, writer of The Undiscovered Country, speaks about how much William Shatner hated the script for the movie and the effect that had on, well, pretty much everyone else involved [yeah and you thought Final Frontier was a good idea, now sit down–Ed.] Mmmm. Taste that grain. Image: ViacomCBS, via Deadline. The show doesn't cover any of the new Trek series, but definitely appears to be a comprehensive and detailed exploration of the Star Trek universe over the first 55 years of the show. Created by the Nacelle Company, who also produced Netflix's The Movies That Made Us and The Toys That Made Us, the series is narrated by Dr. Beverly Crusher herself, Gates McFadden, and directed by Nacelle Company founder Brian Volk-Weiss. There's not been an official release date given other than it should premiere sometime this fall. Festivities Will Now Commence By Rosco McQueen It's the most wonderful time of year; when the nanoprobes gently come to rest on ornaments hanging from the boughs of a tree, and assimilation tubules shine in the festive glow of twinkling lights.  Christmas is soon upon us, and you can count down to festive assimilation with the 2021 Borg Cube advent calendar. The calendar features 24 Trek gifts behind alcoves (or windows if you prefer) and includes gifts of socks, coasters, and an espresso cup commemorating the first warp speed flight in 2063. It's made by Eaglemoss, the same company who also made a TARDIS-shaped advent calendar for devout Whovians, and is available for purchase now. It could be just the thing to put you in the mood for Picard season 2, with the Borg Queen to feature as part of the time-travelling tale. And speaking of season 2… I hope one of those is an apology to Icheb and Hugh. Image: Eaglemoss. Soji's Sojourn By Rosco McQueen In an interview with Trekmovie.com, Isa Briones spoke about where we find Soji in Picard season 2: a place where she can finally be herself, now that being an android is no longer outlawed.   “We're definitely seeing a new kind of level of her evolution as she's coming into her own. She's finally allowed to be who she is and be accepted by the universe, the galaxy, whatever you want to call it. So yeah, we get to see her in this new, more certain place of who she is. And that's very exciting.” The more certain place also has a pool? Jealous. Image: ViacomCBS, via TrekMovie.com The interview covered working under strict COVID conditions, as well as the broader strokes of season two and how it connects to the world we're living in. “There's a big emphasis, I think, on mental health, for sure. We're seeing these characters going through some hard moments and really leaning on each other and prioritizing their own mental health in order to save everyone else. And I think that's a very relatable storyline and a storyline that we need right now.” Your classic Good Cop/Borg Cop dynamic. Image: ViacomCBS, via TrekMovie.com We're All Batty for Strange New Worlds By Rosco McQueen The hype train continues heading towards the station for Strange New Worlds–even Anson Mount starring as Batman in the new DC animated movie Injustice can't stop interviewers from asking about the new series.   Either that, or they ask about his starship's extended warranty. Image:ViacomCBS, via SYFY. Mount will play the role of the Dark Knight in the animated adaptation of the video game Injustice, where a traumatized Superman turns evil.  In an interview with SYFY Wire, Mount talks about the recording process, and not being the first Christopher Pike to take a turn at Batman. (If you're playing along at home, Bruce Greenwood has voiced Batman a couple of times, and was also the Kelvin Universe's version of one of Starfleet's greatest captains). But when the discussion turned to Strange New Worlds, Mount reinforced the episodic nature of the show, as well as a moment that would give every Trek fan goosebumps. “I was just there as Anson in my own clothes and I sat down in the chair and it was in that moment that I flashed back to playing Star Trek as my make-believe game when I was like eight years old. Something about it was just really strangely emotional for me, and I'm still doing that. I don't even know really how to articulate it, but it's surreal and it's weird... but it's something that I'm so grateful for.” STAR TREK GAMING NEWS Edited by Thomas Reynolds Fanatical Devotion to the Many By Cat Hough Star Trek Online tweeted earlier today that the recent partnership with Fanatical offering in-game bundles to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of America raised more than $77,000. Well done, everyone who donated! Cat's Tale of “Cat's Tale” By Cat Hough Well, it's been a week since the “Cat's Tale” Halloween TFO was released, and while it took players a few days to get to know how to navigate the phases of the TFO, it seems that most people are enjoying the mission. As you and your team are first transported to the castle on Pyris VII (or is it Boreth?) the music and lighting definitely set the mood for battling skeletons, witches, skulls and Devidians. In a creepy surprise, you're treated to some Bonnie-Kin voice-over as you make our way downstairs and through the hallways lighting candles–because it's dark in this castle! In the first phase, you are attacked by skeletons, but you can only kill them when they are standing within the circles of candlelight. Some equipment that we highly recommend is the Universal Kit Module - Gravity Containment Unit Mk XII. You can get this kit module as a Tier IV reward from the Discovery reputation; if you use it while you're standing in the circles, then you can just pull those skeletons over to you. 

Murphy, Sam & Jodi
Laughter is the best medicine / Sam's girlfriend is coming for a visit / William Shatner on the 'Halloween' mask

Murphy, Sam & Jodi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 33:24


Laughter is the best medicine - but what you SHOULD be laughing at to make you feel the BEST!Sam's girlfriend is coming for a visit. Will he show her the real "Eeyore" inside?What William Shatner thinks about the Michael Myers mask being HIS FACE.

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009
Weekly Space Hangout - Volcanism on Venus & Ice on Mars with PSI's Megan Russell

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 62:23


https://youtu.be/96apOh4FuSQ Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )Special Guest: This week we are very pleased to welcome Megan Russell ( @meguh78 ) from the Planetary Science Institute to the WSH.   Since starting at the Planetary Science Institute in March, Megan has gone from exploring volcanism on Venus to assisting in the search for ice on Mars. She is currently a Science Team Member and on the operations team for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) Shallow Radar (SHARAD) experiment, and a System Analyst with the Colorado Shallow Radar Processing System (CO-SHARPS) team. Megan is also working on a Mars Subsurface Water Ice Mapping project.   After completing her BSc in Space Science at York University, Megan moved to Vancouver to work at PhotoSat, an Earth remote sensing company, as a Project Manager/Satellite and GIS Data Consultant. She then completed her MSc in Geophysics/Planetary Science at UBC with Dr. Catherine L. Johnson and worked as a teaching assistant and research associate in the department.   Megan's past research experience has involved delving into the world of volcanism on the planet Venus via geophysical investigations. She used observations collected from orbit during the Magellan mission (1990-1994) to help determine characteristics about the surface and subsurface, and tie this into the planet's evolution. To accomplish this, she used radar surface images, radar altimetry and high-resolution elevation maps created from stereo radar photos.   You can learn more about Megan and her research by visiting her PSI website:  https://https://www.psi.edu/about/staffpage/mrussell Regular Guests: Dr. Nick Castle ( @PlanetaryGeoDoc ) C.C. Petersen ( http://thespacewriter.com/wp/ & @AstroUniverse & @SpaceWriter ) This week's stories: - Mars is coming out of conjunction. - More information on Perseverance. - Water rules on Europa. - William Shatner flies to space. - LUCY launches! - Exoplanets discovered by their auroras! Yay LOFAR!   We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations.  Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.

Fried w/ Jon Reep
Jon Lovitz, Panther/Viking fights, Trolling Lil' Baby & Karens in the Sky!

Fried w/ Jon Reep

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 64:30


In this week's episode Jon and Sebastian get together and talk about recent shows Jacksonville, FL as well as a local community & entertainment newspaper in Hickory called the ‘FOCUS' where the guys are on a quest to become a "Page 3 Beauty". Then it's time for "Best Trends”, when a brawl at thePanthers-Vikings game goes viral following a tweet. Next up, the "Troll Patrol” is back at it and this time they leave a comment for rapper 'Lil Baby. After that it's time for "Who's Zooming Who” as comedian/actor & SNL alum 'Jon Lovitz' joins the show to talk about Robin Williams, William Shatner in space and how he got started in stand-up. And finally in "Small Town News”, a ‘Karen' brought her own microphone on an airplane to rant about COVID-19. This episode is steppin' on necks like a baby talk'n Sky Karen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The First Run
TFR Ep. 576: Halloween Kills, Tetsuo: The Iron Man, 5 Favorite Michael Myers Kills

The First Run

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 43:02


This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt don their bleached Bill Shatner masks and settle for the highest kill count for any Michael Myers film with, ‘Halloween Kills'. And brother does it ever. But does a high body count translate to a good film? Then the Body Horror Marathon continues with Japanese cult classic, ‘Tetsuo: The Iron Man'. What would you do if you hit a guy with your car that was obsessed with transforming his body with various metal objects and so much worse? How bad could it get? Very bad apparently. There's the positively riveting review of the big releases Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week! Then Matt and Chris close out the proceedings with their 5 Favorite Michael Myers Kills! Which on of your favorites will make the cut? Listen on to find out!00:00-15:00: Intro/Halloween Kills15:01-23:01: Physical Media Picks23:02-31:50: Tetsuo: The Iron Man31:51-40:25: 5 Best Michael Myers Kills40:26-43:02: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-BeyTwitterInstagramFacebook

FourStar Wealth Advisors Podcast
#100 Market Checkin: Commodities Hitting New Highs, Fed Raising Interest Rates?, William Shatner Oldest Man in Space, and a Special Guest!

FourStar Wealth Advisors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 33:50


Download the “65 Investment Terms You MUST Know To Reach Your Financial Goals” for FREE by going to https://TodaysMarketExplained.com/ Trust us, this gift will be your cheat sheet for reaching your financial goals in the shortest time possible! Follow @TodaysMarketExplained on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube to see short videos of all the best and most valuable moments from this episode! Connect with Brian Kasal and TME: To see the complete show notes, specific links to everything mentioned, and videos of the best moments from the episode please go to https://todaysmarketexplained.com/ Follow TME on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@TodaysMarketExplained Follow TME on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TodaysMarketExplained Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYjCaTkX698mc6yAFaFz4tg Like TME on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysMarketExplained Follow TME on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcastTME DISCLAIMER: This podcast is provided by FourStar Wealth Advisors for the general public and general information purposes only. This content is not considered to be an offer to buy or sell any securities or investments. Investing involves the risk of loss and an investor should be prepared to bear potential losses. Investment should only be made after thorough review with your investment advisor considering all factors including personal goals, needs and risk tolerance. FourStar is an SEC registered investment advisor that maintains a principal business in the state of Illinois. The firm may only transact business in states in which it has filed or qualifies for a corresponding exemption from such requirements. For information about FourStar's registration status and business operations please consult the firm's form ADV disclosure documents, the most recent versions of which are available on the SEC investment advisory public disclosure website at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov

Here's What I Don't Get
Episode 256 - T.J. Hooker In Space

Here's What I Don't Get

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 95:05


Due to a severe pumpkin carving accident, Tab is unable to join the podcast this week, and under similar but unrelated circumstances, Tim is unable to join as he is currently confined to county jail for drunkenly attempting to re-handle a car. Fortunately the hosts were able to dictate their general thoughts on what they would be discussing and using a high end artificial intelligence, we were able to construct a makeshift episode using a library of voice lines by famous actors. So, here's Episode 256, as voiced by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone:- Counter-Advertising- Acceptance Speeches- The Small Penis Frontier- The Worst Decision EverControversy sells. So what happens when certain people decide to make everything a controversy? Well, the people that make those controversies make more money! It's quite simple, actually. Just make a bunch of stuff, hope someone says the wrong thing for the current political landscape, then brush it off. Tell the people yelling at you that you're sorry and that you care, while also doubling down and selling it to the other side. Companies do not care about you. They don't care about your political or social beliefs, as long as you give them money. The less you care about them, the better off you'll be.Acceptance speeches should be about 15 seconds long. "Thank you, I worked hard. Thanks to all the people who supported me." They should not be a platform for your political beliefs, or even worse, a run down of your life story. No one cares about your spouse, or your dumb kids, or how many people you worked with and their life stories. Just be humble, take the thing and get the hell off the stage so the rest of us can leave here sooner.Captain James Tiberius Kirk has been to space. Of course he has, we've seen 3 seasons and 6 movies of him in space. But, now, he truly has. Shatner did it. He didn't build a spaceship in his backyard, engineer a launch and pilot it himself, but by being an icon that influenced many an astronaut, he was awarded a seat on one of Jeff Bezos' trips. And he was humbled by the experience, you could tell it in his lack-of-words. You know who wasn't humbled by the experience? Bezos. The small, Blue Man Group reject, looked down on Earth from orbit and thought, "wow, I own so much of that, I'm the coolest person ever". Oh how I wish Shatner would have Kirk-Fu'd his ass out of the airlock.Have you ever come across a decision so mind-bendingly stupid, so vehemently dumb, that you had to lay down and think about the series of decisions in life that led you to that point? How it felt like seeing one of the world wonders but in the opposite way? How it made you think about the chaos that is the universe and how it formed the perfect planet to sustain life, and that life then evolved over millions of years into humans who invented civilization, and that socio-political changes drove masses of people here and there and eventually you were born to witness this stupidity of gargantuan proportions?All this and more on this week's episode! Don't forget to join us on DISCORD, support us on PATREON or by BUYING A SHIRT.

Jay and Jack: The Whole Enchilada
Ramblecast After Dark Ep. 146: “Et Tu, Matt?”

Jay and Jack: The Whole Enchilada

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 135:41


Nick had a date, will he get a second? Baseball talk/Football talk. Squid Game & Only Murders in the Building. Chevy Chase! WHY? The Last Man Kurt Russell, America's favorite actor. History of the World, Part II, YES!
William Shatner, the Guinea Pig. Matt's Troubles and Chris is off the sauce. Become a Patron at JayandJack.com […] The post Ramblecast After Dark Ep. 146: “Et Tu, Matt?” appeared first on Jay and Jack.

The Ramblecast After Dark
Ep. 146: "Et Tu, Matt?"

The Ramblecast After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 134:57


Nick had a date, will he get a second? Baseball talk/Football talk. Squid Game & Only Murders in the Building. Chevy Chase! WHY? The Last Man Kurt Russell, America's favorite actor. History of the World, Part II, YES!
William Shatner, the Guinea Pig. Matt's Troubles and Chris is off the sauce.Become a Patron at JayandJack.comWrite us an email at RCADCast@gmail.comFollow us on Instagram at RCADCastAnd leave us an iTunes review for a free drawing from Matt

The Ramblecast After Dark
Ep. 146: "Et Tu, Matt?"

The Ramblecast After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 134:57


Nick had a date, will he get a second? Baseball talk/Football talk. Squid Game & Only Murders in the Building. Chevy Chase! WHY? The Last Man Kurt Russell, America's favorite actor. History of the World, Part II, YES!
William Shatner, the Guinea Pig. Matt's Troubles and Chris is off the sauce.Become a Patron at JayandJack.comWrite us an email at RCADCast@gmail.comFollow us on Instagram at RCADCastAnd leave us an iTunes review for a free drawing from Matt

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
GLoP Culture: The Bad Part (#176)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 65:13


This week on the world famous GLoP podcast we….start over. You’ll hear what we’re talking about when we listen and no, we will never discuss what was said, so don’t ask. Really. But that doesn’t mean you aren’t getting a generous helping of GLoP nourishment — you are. We cover Shatner’s trip to space, some thoughts about […]

GLoP Culture
E176. The Bad Part

GLoP Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 65:13


This week on the world famous GLoP podcast we….start over. You’ll hear what we’re talking about when we listen and no, we will never discuss what was said, so don’t ask. Really. But that doesn’t mean you aren’t getting a generous helping of GLoP nourishment — you are. We cover Shatner’s trip to space, some thoughts about the imminent release of Dune, Chappelle, Netflix, and that silly work stoppage, and your usual dose of non-sequitors, show biz anecdotes, and sci-fi put downs.

Undaunted: Conversations with Radical Peacemakers
The Check-in: Evolving Evangelicalism, Deir Yassin, and William Shatner

Undaunted: Conversations with Radical Peacemakers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 45:19


This week we discuss recent polling that shows changes in the evangelical landscape in the U.S., including what a post-evangelical movement could mean. We look at Deir Yassin, the Palestinian experience of ongoing Nakba, and the importance of acknowledging and learning about the past. And we talk about Captain Kirk's trip to space and whether it has anything to do with peacemaking. We finish by asking you to take action! So much of peacemaking is about expanding our perspective. This can feel like a wishy-washy step, but it's a critical one. If we see the world differently, we see ourselves differently. And the way we see ourselves and understand our identity is a main driver of our behavior. What steps can you take this week to expand perspectives? Share with us on social media! Some ideas from our team:Watch Just Vision's film My Neighborhood or share it with someone who hasn't seen it yet (https://justvision.org/myneighbourhood)If you're a member of a church or religious institution, ask your pastor or faith leader how they're doing and how you can support themSubscribe to the Telos Newsletter for more news analysis and peacemaking resourcesRead and share the Principles and Practices of PeacemakingFollow Telos on Instagram @thetelosgroupIf you're enjoying the podcast, become a monthly donor to Telos!

Total Babble
Episode 418: Don't BS Us With Your Fake Nudity

Total Babble

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 45:14


Our Weeks - History Making Musical Performance on SNL - New Male Birth Control - Bri-Doggy-Dog - We're off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Christchurch!! - George Takei on Shatner in Space - When News Reports Go Bad - Founder of Arkay Bevarges… NOPE! - Parents Are Trying to Remove School Principal for Iron Maiden Signage - The Ethics of Being a Dick (Wedding Photographer Story)

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
B&T Extra: Shatner in Space!

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 18:57


On this Bob & Tom Extra: We have Kristi showing off, a stupid world record, and Shatner in space! Support the show: https://members.bobandtom.com/pcd/document?iid=99001I**GTZ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes)
58: We're Wrong About... The Halloween Franchise (Movie Review)

Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 63:15


Halloween has had its critical ups and downs — let's be honest, the downs kind of dominate the series — so what is it about these movies that keeps audiences bloodthirsty for more? We dig into every sequel, reboot, and sort-of-sequel-sort-of-reboot to determine if the Tomatometer scores line up with what fans have come to expect of the nigh-unkillable man in the repurposed William Shatner mask and the Final Girl to outlast them all, Jamie Lee Curtis's Laurie Strode. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

To Your Good Health Radio
"Live Long and...": What William Shatner Learned Along His Successful Career

To Your Good Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021


Even a brief health scare in 2016 has not diminished William Shatner's zest for life. If anything, it has made him stronger.The average life expectancy is 76 years of age.Emmy and Golden Globe actor William Shatner has surpassed that by a decade -- and he shows no sign of slowing down. Even a brief health scare in 2016 has not diminished his zest for life. In fact, if anything, it forced him to take stock of his lifestyle and health habits. As he tells Dr. Friedman, the health "secrets" he describes in his new book, Live Long And . . .: What I Learned Along the Way, are not really secrets at all. Eating well, exercise, and proper rest are common ideologies among those who live long and prosper in life. Listen to this encore episode from November 2018 as Shatner discusses the meaning of life, finding value in work, and living well -- whatever your age.

Unorthodox
Spooky Schmoozing: Ep.291

Unorthodox

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 67:52


This week on Unorthodox, former guest Gavriel Savit joins us for a spooktacular Halloween episode. We talk about the Jewishness of Dune, William Shatner's mission to the moon, why some religious Jews don't celebrate Halloween, and more. Our Jewish guest is actor, author, and substance abuse counselor Stacey Nelkin, who starred in the 1982 film Halloween III: Season of the Witch. She joins us to reminisce about the critically panned cult classic. Our Gentile of the week is Carrie Harris, a fiction writer whose work features monsters, mayhem, and murder. She tells us why horror writing flourishes in uncertain times, and reads a passage from her new young adult book, Elder God Dance Squad, which she describes as ‘Stranger Things meets Bring It On.' Dara Horn, author of the new book People Love Dead Jews, and host of the podcast “Adventures with Dead Jews,” gets us in the holiday spirit with a reading of “The Dead Town” by Yiddish writer I.L. Peretz. (Translated by Helen Frank and Hillel Halkin, abridged and adapted by Dara Horn.) Listen to Liel on a special crossover episode of “People of the Pod,” discussing “How the Jews Went Right in Britain.” It's the first installment of “21st Century Europe and the Jews,” a four-part collaboration between Tablet and American Jewish Committee. Listen to the episode here, and learn more about the series here. It's that time of the year! Please support Unorthodox and the other Tablet shows you know and love by visiting bit.ly/givetounorthodox. Send comments and questions to unorthodox@tabletmag.com, or leave us a voicemail at (914) 570-4869. You can also record a voice memo on your smartphone and email it to us. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get new episodes, photos, and more. Join our Facebook group, and follow Unorthodox on Twitter and Instagram. Get a behind-the-scenes look at our recording sessions on our YouTube channel! Get your Unorthodox T-shirts, mugs, and baby onesies at bit.ly/unorthoshirt. Want to book us for a live show? Email producer Josh Kross at jkross@tabletmag.com. Check out all of Tablet's podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts. Sponsors: Rothy's shoes are stylish and sustainable, and now they're available for men too! Get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/UNORTHODOX Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cyber Shindig Podcast
Episode 112: Shat Daddy In Space

Cyber Shindig Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 94:01


It's a classic episode with the CSP Boiz. The guys check out a couple movie trailers, explain the difference between having a bones/no bones day, watch Bill Shatner lose his mind in space, and listen to a couple of voicemails! Enjoy!!! Leave us a voicemail at 219-552-1128 For all other CSP Podcast Info head over to linktr.ee/cybershindigpodcast

Dr.Future Show, Live FUTURE TUESDAYS on KSCO 1080
Future/Space News & Mac update with Taylor Barcroft, Space Movie, Lucy Trojans, Shatner in Space, Robots making robots, Android Grace, UAE Rainmakers, Portable Fission Generator, Crazy cost of Antiviral, Mind Control vs Mind Liberation

Dr.Future Show, Live FUTURE TUESDAYS on KSCO 1080

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021


Listen Now to Future News 10.19.2021 A nice solid talk show this week, with lots of check-ins from our regular irregulars and lots of good stories to think about and chew on.  It appears the Russians wil be the first to have shot a feature film in space aboart the ISS.  And NASA’s latest craft, LUCY, will be probing the outer reaches of the asteroid belt, with particular interest in the giant Trojan rocks, one of which may have been the cause of extinction of the dinosaurs, 67 million years ago.  And naturally all of us had comments about ‘Captain Kirk’ in space this last week..Taylor Barcroft gives us his update on the big Apple Computer announcements this week. Hint: the new MacBook Pro with the M1 Max chip is an evolutionary leap, a game changer.. We also hear from Grace, the first android robot with a bedside manner with nurse assistant training, the UAE success in generating rain with drones, a significant advancement in portable fission reactors, and a discussion on mind control vs mind liberation.  Enjoy! Meet Grace, an android nurse designed to be company and helpful to the elderly

Keith and The Girl comedy talk show
3462: The Name Game w/ Abbi Crutchfield

Keith and The Girl comedy talk show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 75:04


Up Early Tonight's Abbi Crutchfield joins Keith and Chemda to discuss celebrity kids' names, Gwyneth Paltrow's vagina being on fire, the law vs. psychicology, the wonder of ebikes, and lockjaw blowjobs. They chat about a deadly plane crash with a plane carrying a Will You Marry Me? sign, William Shatner's journey into space, and the new bi-Superman. Carole Baskin is back for all you cool cats and kittens, and the trio talks about drinking your own pee vs. so-called clean toilet water.

Grumpy Old Geeks
527: Tribal Knowledge

Grumpy Old Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 60:28


Congrats, Shatner, boo, Bezos & Takei; rideshare bubble bursts; FCC going after spam texts; Square to build a Bitcoin mining system, maybe; Tesla's really bad Beta-based insurance; Canon USA says no ink-y, no scan-y; Amazon creates its own brands by stealing "tribal knowledge" of competitors; Dune; Squid Game; Succession; Here We Are; Mel Brooks; Disney delays; Sinead & Delores; canceling NYT Cooking, CleanMyMac X subscriptions; USB-C & VPNs; ah, the 80s; pogo-power; Cosby sweaters.Show notes at https://gog.show/527For a limited time, ButcherBox is offering new members a 10 to 16-pound turkey FREE in their first box. Just go to ButcherBox.com/GOG to sign up. That's ButcherBox.com/GOG to receive a FREE turkey in your first box.FOLLOW UPGeorge Takei Roasts “Star Trek” Costar William Shatner After Rocket TripFor Uber and Lyft, the Rideshare Bubble BurstsDead-End SF Street Plagued With Confused WayMo Cars Trying To Turn Around ‘Every 5 Minutes'Your Deep Dive Into Those Waymo Self-Driving Cars In San Francisco That Went Headstrong Up A Dead-End Street Like Floundering Fish Going UpstreamIN THE NEWSNew FCC rules could force wireless carriers to block spam textsJack Dorsey says Square is ‘considering' building a Bitcoin mining systemTesla debuts new car insurance that uses Texans' real-time driving behaviorNo ink, no scan: Canon USA printers hit with class-action suitAmazon copied products and rigged search results to promote its own brands, documents showMEDIA CANDYDuneSquid GameSuccessionHere We Are: Notes for Living on Planet EarthMel Brooks Is Back With ‘History of the World, Part II' SeriesDisney delays all of Marvel's 2022 filmsSinead O'Connor and Pillow Queens to feature on album of covers inspired by The CranberriesSECURITY HAH!The CyberWireDave BittnerHacking HumansCaveatRecorded FutureApple's latest MacBook Pros have MagSafe, SD card slots and camera notchesAt last, a middle ground, a place where skateboarders and rollerbladers can all get together.The 1985 MTV Music Awards really kind of sucked.CLOSING SHOUT-OUTSExpressVPN Knew 'Key Facts' of Executive Who Worked for UAE Spy UnitSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Geekbox
The Geekbox: Episode 610

The Geekbox

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 97:50


Wherein we discuss karate, Metroid Dread, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Nintendo Switch Online, inverted controls, Final Fantasy XIV, Back 4 Blood, Squid Game, Halloween Kills, the weird world of William Shatner, Chucky, and Buck Bumble. Starring Ryan Scott, Adam Fitch, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins, with special guest Josh Epstein.

This Is Karen Hunter
S E1026: William Shatner goes to Space: Was it Worth the Risk?

This Is Karen Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 50:33


Tony-Award winer Tonya Pinkins and Dr. Debbye Turner Bell (former Miss America) discuss William Shatner and whether or not his trip to space was worth the risk worth the reward?

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009

Paul Hill, Ralph Wilkins and Dr. Jenifer Millard host. Damien Phillips, John Wildridge and Dustin Ruoff produce. The Discussion:  Tales from a dark sky weekend. Jen appearing on the Cosmic Companion and at the Open University Space Society. Emails on space tourism and from a US state penitentiary. And a touching letter from Randy Crocker in Clayton, Alabama.   The News: NASA gets ready to test an asteroid redirect mission. Shatner in space. Mixed fortunes in the news for Bezos & Musk. The James Webb Space Telescope is still on track for a December launch.   The news discussion:  NASA's Lucy mission to Jupiter's Trojan asteroids.   Moons of the Solar System: Our show segment exploring the discovery, exploration and our knowledge of the solar system's moons. This month we complete this segment with a look at moons around asteroids and the tantalising glimpses of moons around planets outside our solar system.   www.awesomeastronomy.com   Bio: Awesome Astronomy is a podcast beamed direct from an underground bunker on Mars to promote science, space and astronomy (and enslave Earth if all goes well).   We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations.  Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.

Night Attack Audio Feed
Great Night #17: Green Room (w/ Dual Core)

Night Attack Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021


Join Brian, Justin, Brett Weaver, and int "Dual Core" "int Greaty" eighty in the Green Room: conspiracies about the Walt Disney Corporation, the ways the Iron Lady farted, Christ's crucifix barker, a 20-year-old 1-star review, Shatner did an incredible achievement by going into """space,""" college house party vibes,  Plus, some Bryce talk: the best strats for race day and the introduction of Bruce Castillo. Check out Dual Core online: http://dualcoremusic.com/nerdcore/ Get a bonus episode every week only at https://www.patreon.com/greatnight and enjoy the preshow and postshow in all the public feeds! Email us! GreatNightPod@gmail.com

Star Trek Podcast: Trekcast
Trekcast Episode 296: Why are the grandpas fighting?

Star Trek Podcast: Trekcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 35:46


George Takei and William Shatner get in another war or words. Would you like to get your hands on a phaser rifle? We'll tell you how. And we live react to the Lower Decks season 2 finale.    Leave us a voicemail 1-816-287-0448 Follow us on Twitter & Instagram - @TrekCastTNG trekcasttng@gmail.com chadiswrong@gmail.com Help support the show - ko-fi.com/trekcast 

Adam Carolla Show
Part 2: Alonzo Bodden Returns In Studio, plus The News (ACS Oct 19)

Adam Carolla Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 74:04


Adam welcomes Alonzo Bodden back in studio at the top of Part 2. The guys discuss Alonzo's time working at Skunk Works building the first stealth fighters. Alonzo also tells Adam all about his school days, being a mechanical-minded person, and incredible things happening in the world of military design. Later, Adam asks Alonzo about when he knew he was a gearhead, and the guys discuss Alonzo's crazy motorcycle accident. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about U.S. missionaries kidnapped in Haiti, the ongoing beef between William Shatner and George Takei, more on the billionaire class flying to space, and a story out of Spain about a celebrated crime author that's not who people thought. Please support today's sponsors: SoloStove.com enter ADAM TRICOCatsAndDogs.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM Geico.com Check Out The Jordan Harbinger Show Podcast BlockTraffik.Org RockAuto.com

Adam Carolla Show
Part 1: Ant Attacks, Old Bikes, and a Chinese Hypersonic Missile (ACS Oct 19)

Adam Carolla Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 57:47


At the top of the show, Adam talks about never ending phone calls, and always being the person who wants to speed things along. The guys also talk about fighting against ants, and Adam plays and comments on a couple of clips from both Jon Stewart and Bill Maher. From there they talk about the need for nuclear power, the way that bicycles used to be made compared to now, and right-hand drive cars. Before the break, the guys chat with a caller about the alleged Chinese hypersonic missile. Please support today's sponsors: SoloStove.com enter ADAM TRICOCatsAndDogs.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM Geico.com Check Out The Jordan Harbinger Show Podcast BlockTraffik.Org RockAuto.com

Danish and O'Neill
Episode 318: Grubby Pervert Hands

Danish and O'Neill

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 89:34


Hey, it's me, episode 318. I start off with the guys giving an update on the John Little paranormal situation. John is looking into the hair hauntings! After that, the dudes discuss Bill Shatner going into space at 90 years old (or young, depending on how you look at life). There's some brief space talk, which takes us right into Demi Lovato's hot new show about extraterrestrials. Hear what word she feels should NOT be used to refer to them. Take note, everyone. This is important. That leads into some talk about the Amazon docu-series, LuLaRich. Then, it's on to some sad news. Dog the Bounty Hunter hurt his ankle and can't pretend to look for a fugitive. Get well soon, Dog! After that, hear what one teacher did to protest mandatory vaccines. It's definitely an out-of-the-box approach. We end with a little MMA talk and by talking about the childlike beauty and wonder of GSP.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This Week in Tech (MP3)
TWiT 845: They'll Still Be Your Neighbors Tomorrow - Hardware event preview, HTC Vive Flow, Squid Game success

This Week in Tech (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 164:12


Hardware event preview, HTC Vive Flow, Squid Game success Unleashed Apple Event Focusing on New Macs to Take Place on October 18. MacBook Pro Display With Notch Shown in Alleged Photo Leak. Errol Morris Interrotron. In-person versus remote conversations online. Pixel Fall Launch: Everything to expect at the Pixel 6 keynote. 'Pixel Pass' allegedly bundles Pixel 6, Google Fi, YouTube Premium, and more under one bill. Samsung announces Unpacked 2 event for Wednesday, Oct 20th, right after Apple and Google. Back on Earth, Shatner and Bezos have a Kirk-Spock moment. The Vive Flow Is VR for Downtime; Facebook Wants AR For Your Every Waking Moment. I have a hard time believing your wearable is good if you had to Photoshop it onto a model. Teen Girls Are Developing Tics. Doctors Say TikTok Could Be a Factor. Instagram Struggles With Fears of Losing Its 'Pipeline': Young Users. Canon sued for disabling scanner when printers run out of ink. Squid Game Season 2? Series Worth $900 Million to Netflix So Far. Fraudsters Cloned Company Director's Voice In $35 Million Bank Heist, Police Find. Governor Wants to Prosecute Journalist Who Clicked 'View Source' on Government Site. Doctor set for £100k pay-out after judge ruled neighbour's Ring doorbell cameras breached privacy. Apple's privacy changes create a windfall for its own advertising business. Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Georgia Dow, Alex Lindsay, and Bill Detwiler Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: stripe.com banknovo.com/twit ZipRecruiter.com/Twit nureva.com/twit