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Bregman Leadership Podcast
Episode 253: Susan Schmitt Winchester – Healing at Work

Bregman Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 41:19


Can you turn your workplace into a “laboratory” to do emotional healing? Susan Schmitt Winchester is the head of Human Resources at Applied Materials and… The post Episode 253: Susan Schmitt Winchester – Healing at Work first appeared on Bregman Partners.

Ghostfacers: A Supernatural Rewatch
4.03: In the Beginning

Ghostfacers: A Supernatural Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 91:35


In the sixty-third episode of Supernatural, Dean is sent back in time to 1973, and meets his parents when they were younger. He also encounters his grandfather, Samuel Campbell, and discovers that Campbell may have some answers about the Winchester family's link to the hunter community. Intro/Outro performed by Aaron Barry Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! Or send us an email: ghostfacerspodcast@gmail.com! Part of the Brain Freeze Podcast Network!

Next Shift - More Than A Hockey Podcast
Episode #83 - Matt Carkner

Next Shift - More Than A Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 52:19


This week on the Next Shift Hockey Podcast we are joined by Winchester, Ontario native, former Peterborough Petes defenseman, 2nd round pick of the Montreal Canadiens in the 1999 NHL entry draft, and 15 year Pro who played for the San Jose Sharks, Ottawa Senators, and New York Islanders, Matt Carkner. Matt chatted with us about his willingness to fight, his development as a young defenseman, the perseverance required to achieve his dream of playing and staying in the NHL, the transition to coaching and much more. Thanks for coming on the show Matt!

Weird Distractions Podcast
Episode 86: Randolph County Infirmary

Weird Distractions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 41:29


“If you're talking smack, you're going to get scratched”. This week, the girls are back discussing paranormal and, specifically, about another former infirmary. Pack your bags as we go to Winchester, Indiana, in discussing the history and reported haunts of the Randolph County Infirmary. This place has a lot of very intense paranormal reports coming out of it - which begs the question: is it haunted by those who once lived there? Or something perhaps demonic? Tune in and find out! Need a distraction? We got you. Podcast promo: A Nefarious Nightmares Podcast - check them out! As discussed in episode 62 about the 215 bodies of Tk'emlups te Secwepemc First Nation children recently found in Kamloops (and counting found in other provinces/locations),  please check out: https://truenorthaid.ca/how-to-help-first-nations/. If you have any additional resources you'd like to share, please email: weirddistractionspodcast@outlook.com. Listener discretion is advised. Shout out to our Patrons Jon, Tom, Angela & Bailey! Thank you for supporting Weird Distractions on Patreon. You can also support the show on Patreon and get monthly bonus episodes, behind the scenes footage, and more! We're also on Buy Me a Coffee if you want to support the show with a one time donation. You can also find us on Redbubble for some Weird Distractions merch. If you want to provide feedback or even your own weird story to be read on air in an upcoming Listener Distractions episode - please email: weirddistractionspodcast@outlook.com. If you're listening on Apple Podcasts, please consider rating & reviewing! It's the best way to support the show (for free). Thanks for listening! Weird Distractions is a proud member of the Oracl3 network: https://theoracl3network.com/. Resources: Haunted Randolph County website Destination Fear episode - Season 2, Episode 9 - "Randolph County Infirmary" - Travel Channel Google maps History article - "Poorhouses Were Designed to Punish People for Their Poverty" - by Erin Blakemore - January 30th, 2018 - updated August 29th, 2018 Little Construction website - "Why You Should Have a Pump House Built or Repaired before Winter Comes" - by Brady Anderson - August 17th, 2107 The Star Press article - "Dies After Being Injured by Auto" - no author listed - April 11th, 1924 Brown Paper Tickets website - "Randolph Asylum Ghost Hunt" Fox 59 article - "Indy's Most Haunted: Former Patients Haunt Randolph County Infirmary" - by Kylee Scales - October 20th, 2016 Health Links BC website - Neurosyphilis - www.healthlinkbc.ca Postal History website - https://hauntedrandolphcounty.com/history/

GUNS Magazine Podcast
#108 - Revolver Action Jobs: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

GUNS Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 34:35


There are many myths and misconceptions about how to smooth up the internals of your revolver. Unfortunately, most of them are wrong.  To help you understand the right way to do a good action job, we talk with Dave Fink, the proprietor of the Gunsite Gunsmithy in Arizona. Relevant Links: gunsite.com Direct (928) 756-8916 Tylergunworks.com Episode Sponsors:  The GUNS Magazine Podcast is presented by Hodgdon and supported by IMR.  Established in 1947, Hodgdon Powder Company has grown into the nation's largest supplier of smokeless, blackpowder and blackpowder substitute propellants. Distributed under the Hodgdon, IMR, Winchester, Ramshot, Accurate, Pyrodex, Triple Seven, Blackhorn 209 and GOEX brands, learn more about and shop Hodgdon powders at hodgdon.com. IMR strives to bring new and legendary powders to reloaders in a never-ending process of innovation. Whether you're reloading for your rifle, pistol, shotgun or muzzleloader IMR has a powder to fit your needs. Learn more at IMRPowder.com.  Read and subscribe to GUNS Magazine at gunsmagazine.com. 

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #64: Worcester Telegram & Gazette Snowsports Columnist Shaun Sutner

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 110:02


The Storm Skiing Podcast is sponsored by Mountain Gazette - Listen to the podcast for discount codes on subscriptions and merch.WhoShaun Sutner, snowsports columnist for the Worcester Telegram & Gazette and Telegram.comRecorded onNovember 22, 2021Why I interviewed himBecause for skiing to thrive, it needs ski media to help tell its story. And I mean actual reporting-based journalism. Yes, it needs the hype – the cliff drops, the pow shots, the flippidy-doodle park brahs, this:But it also needs writers who can tell the story of the more approachable lift-served skiing world in which most of us dwell. Writers who know the local markets and local owners and local skiers and local idiosyncrasies. In the great ski media wipeout that swept away the bulk of our U.S. magazines, we also lost a lot of local ski beats. This matters. Good journalism, grounded in relationships and research, can counterbalance the noisy and atrocious swirl of social-media garbage that has become many skier’s primary information source about the sport.Sutner provides this corrective. In a snowsports column he has written for nearly two decades, he explores the world of New England skiing from his Worcester, Massachusetts base. He knows the people who run the ski areas, understands the market dynamics driving the sport’s evolution, and skis 80 days a year on the mountains he writes about. He knows the uphill and the downhill, the groomers and the backcountry, the people who can show him the stashes in all of them. There is nobody better equipped to help us understand what New England skiing is, how it became that, and what it might be in the future.What we talked aboutI can’t pronounce “Worcester”; the appeal of New England skiing; Southeast and Mid-Atlantic ski culture; Sutner’s long-running Telegram snowsports column; it’s beef time, snowshoers; what skiing loses when local journalism shrivels; the amazing snowy ski town that is Worcester; the slick operation at Wachusett; journalism’s rough transition to digital; newspaper paywalls; how to ski 80 days a year with a full-time job; surveying the Massachusetts ski landscape; the rise of Berkshire East; the renaissance at Catamount; the art of dodging large crowds at Stowe, Mount Snow, Loon, Cannon, and other busy mountains; regional ski passes; the Berkshire East-Wachusett French fry beef; you won’t believe which Massachusetts ski area has the highest base elevation in the state; thoughts on the state’s lost ski areas – Mount Tom, Pine Ridge, Brodie, Blandford, Mt. Watatic; the most endangered ski area in Massachusetts; the resilience of the Connecticut ski scene; Worcester’s cross-country ski park; the fate of Worcester’s once-thriving network of ropetow bumps; how Ski Ward endures; the distinct ski areas of North Conway; the explosion of the Mount Washington backcountry ski scene; the North Conway-Worcester connection; the appeal and frustrations of Attitash; brainstorming solutions for the atrocious summit triple; Vail Resorts’ evolving uphill policies; the odds that currently proposed expansions at Gunstock, Ragged, Sunapee, and Waterville Valley succeed; the buzz around Ragged; thoughts on Loon’s new eight-pack; the right balance between uphill and downhill capacity; Loon’s undersized gondola; the twisted history and fate of Tenney; whether Les Otten’s huge ski area development at The Balsams could succeed; the secret behind Magic’s comeback; beef with Mad River Glen; thoughts on the evolution of Stowe under Vail; how the Indy, Epic, and Ikon passes have changed New England skiing for the better; whether Vail’s crowd-management efforts will be enough to offset exploding Epic Pass sales; why the success of Hermitage Club matters to the average skier; whether the club will succeed this time; Boyne’s purchase of Shawnee Peak; the revitalizations of Saddleback and Bosquet under socially conscious investment groups; and Vail Mountain versus Beaver CreekWhy I thought that now was a good time for this interviewBecause Sutner’s column begins every year on Thanksgiving week, just as the Northeast ski season (typically) ramps up in earnest. It seemed like a good time to survey the happenings of New England skiing, from the concussive impacts of the Epic and Ikon Passes to New Hampshire resort expansions to the diligent multi-generational families running Massachusetts ski areas. And I wanted to help promote his column, a fine piece of weekly journalism that will make your ski season better.What I got wrongDuring the interview, I estimated the number of ski areas in New England to be “80 or 90 or maybe more.” The correct number is 90, according to the National Ski Areas Association.Why you should read Sutner’s columnBecause it’s focused, intelligent, researched, fact-checked, spell-checked, and generally just the sort of professional-level writing that is increasingly subsumed by the LOLing babble of the emojisphere. That’s fine – everyone is lost in the scroll. But as the pillars of ski journalism burn and topple around us, it’s worth supporting whatever’s left. Gannett, the parent company of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, has imposed fairly stringent paywalls on his work. While I think these local papers are best served by offering a handful of free articles per month, the paper is worth supporting if it’s your local – in the same way you might buy a local ski pass to complement your Epkon Pass. Good, consistent writing is not so easy to find. Sutner delivers. Support his craft.Where you can read Sutner’s columnSutner’s column kicks off Thanksgiving week each year and runs until April. This season’s inaugural edition, released yesterday, starts, as usual, close to his home base of Worcester. A preview:The last time I checked in with Chris Stimpson in this column he was a University of Vermont student on a barnstorming van tour of Western ski areas with a band of fellow collegiate free skiers.Stimpson, now 28, is the new media spokesman and public relations manager for Wachusett Mountain Ski Area as of this season, and also serves as the ski area’s terrain park manager. He’s part of a group of third-generation Crowley family members who occupy key roles at the thriving family business founded by their grandfather, Ralph Crowley, in 1969.Stimpson’s cousin David Crowley Jr. is the operations manager, and cousin Courtney Crowley is the new head of group sales. …What this generational shift in the making means for Wachusett customers is that the independent ski area is in solid, experienced family hands for the future and is not likely to ever be sold off to a big corporate chain.Read more…A few of Sutner’s past columns:Earliest Ski-Area Opening in Northeast Goes to Wachusett (Nov. 27, 2020)Winchester a Fresh Voice on Northeast Ski Scene (Dec. 9, 2020)New Hampshire’s Black Mountain ‘Is Like a Trip into the Past’ (Feb. 17, 2021)Ski Industry Makes Strides Toward Inclusion (March 31, 2021)Follow up on stuff we talked about in the interviewFollow Shaun on Twitter, Instagram, and FacebookShaun and I discussed this lost ski area in Van Cortland Park in The Bronx. A ropetow operation may have also briefly existed in Queens.We also talked about the story I had yet to write about a new owner buying Woodbury ski area in Connecticut – that story is here.Shaun talked about the lost Mt. Atatic Ski area - it looks like a cool little operation. Here’s a great write-up about the backcountry scene there on Lift Line Blog.Shaun references the Wa-Wa-Wachusett theme song in our interview. Here you go:Support The Storm by shopping at our partners:Patagonia | Helly Hansen | Rossignol | Salomon | Utah Skis | Berg’s Ski and Snowboard Shop | Peter Glenn | Kemper Snowboards | Gravity Coalition | Darn Tough | Skier's Peak | Hagan Ski Mountaineering | Moosejaw | Skis.com |The House | Telos Snowboards | Christy Sports | Evo | Hotels Combined | Black Diamond | Eastern Mountain Sports Subscribe at www.stormskiing.com

Big Game Hunting Podcast
170: Winchester Waterfowl Hunting Ammo

Big Game Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 28:22


Today, we have Jimmy Wilson from Winchester Ammunition with us on the show and he's going to talk to us about waterfowl hunting ammunition. Specifically, we're going to discuss the complications of using lead free shot in waterfowl ammo, what sort of performance you ideally want from your waterfowl loads for hunting ducks, geese, and crane, and what sort of offerings Winchester manufacturers for waterfowl hunters. Show Notes: https://thebiggamehuntingblog.com/podcast/winchester-waterfowl-hunting-ammo/ Show Sponsor: Make sure you protect your hearing during waterfowl season by wearing ear protection while you're out in your duck or goose blind. Visit thebiggamehuntingblog.com/earpro to purchase a set of AXIL GS Extreme earbuds that are comfortable to wear, offer great ear protection, provide up to 6x hearing enhancement, and also have bluetooth connectivity. Plus, you'll also get the best pricing on them in the process (up to 65% off MSRP) through that link. What We Covered 1) Jimmy shares a story of a teal hunt down in Texas where he used Winchester Blind Side and DryLok ammo in his shotgun with a surprising amount of success. 2) How waterfowl are different from other species of game and what sort of performance you need out of your shot shells when duck, goose, or crane hunting. 3) Details on the specific waterfowl hunting shot shell lines Winchester currently manufacturers: Xpert High Velocity, Xpert Snow Goose, Blind Side, and Drylok. 4) What each line of Winchester waterfowl hunting ammo is best suited for. 5) Learn more about Winchester waterfowl hunting ammunition on their web site. Show Sponsor Make sure you protect your hearing during waterfowl season by wearing ear protection while you're out in your duck or goose blind. Visit thebiggamehuntingblog.com/earpro to purchase a set of AXIL GS Extreme earbuds that are comfortable to wear, offer great ear protection, provide up to 6x hearing enhancement, and also have bluetooth connectivity. Plus, you'll also get the best pricing on them in the process (up to 65% off MSRP) through that link.

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs get FLEXED, Sign Winchester & Matt Derrick Looks at Running the 2nd Half of Season

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 29:15


Chiefs get FLEXED, Sign Winchester & Matt Derrick Looks at Running the 2nd Half of Season

Scummy Mummies - Podcast
217: Food, flying and false teeth with Daniel Varani

Scummy Mummies - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 64:21


Is booze really stronger when you're on a flight? What did Diana Ross allegedly try to smuggle on Concorde? And is it ever OK to put cheddar in a spaghetti carbonara? Answering all these questions is one of our favourite people - it's Daniel Varani! He tells us all about his 15 years working as an air steward, from the weird things passengers leave on their food trays to dealing with people trying to join the mile-high club. Then we chat about Daniel's experience of growing up in London with Italian parents, and how food helped keep him connected to his mum in lockdown. He reveals his authentic bolognese recipe, and blows our minds by sharing the proper way to put parmesan on pasta. We finish off with some Scummy Mummy Confessions, including one from our very own Godfather. Daniel's brilliant book, Danny's Kitchen, is available now. You can follow him on Instagram @dannyskitchen_hove.And it's not too late to book tickets for our Christmas show! We're coming to Clapham, Brighton, Kent, Winchester, Stroud, Worcester, and more... Go to scummymummies.com for dates and tickets. It's not too late to book tickets for our Christmas show! We're coming to Clapham, Kent, Winchester, Stroud, Worcester, and more... Go to scummymummies.com for dates and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY!We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

BangSteel Long Range Shooting Podcast
November 22nd, 2021 ... The Verdict! 270 Winchester, No 'roni in Africa? Huh? Sum Ting Wong :)

BangSteel Long Range Shooting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 64:35


Sum Ting Wong! (We Too Low) :) ... The Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and the aftermath... mayhem in Wisconsin... The venerable 270 Winchester... And with only a 6% "vaccinated" rate, Africa (the entire continent) somehow avoids covid... huh?? We talk about these and other things on this week's episode. We hope you'll tune in!

Better Sex
204: Healing Your Sex Life Through the Unconscious Mind – Dr. Tonia Wincester

Better Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 30:48


Healing Your Sex Life Through the Unconscious Mind Dr. Tonia Winchester has been a naturopathic doctor for 15 years. This episode will explore brain-based coaching, and how people can really achieve breakthroughs and get out of patterns that haven't been working for them. Dr Winchester talks about accessing the unconscious mind in order to achieve a healthy sex lifestyle. The power of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) Through practice, Dr Tonia Winchester found that the best way to help is by tapping into the unconscious mind of her patients. NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) is a tool that allows us to bypass our conscious mind and access the place in our minds where change happens. What is the unconscious mind and what does it do for us? The unconscious mind is responsible for our emotions, triggers, responses and reactions. Dr. Winchester believes that if one wants effective change to happen, they need to dig into the unconscious mind to do so. How does the unconscious mind relate to a healthy sex life? The unconscious mind controls factors that are essential for a healthy sex life, ie. safety, trust, risk-taking and vulnerability. Our desires, or lack thereof, are based on our past experiences in life. The unconscious mind is always looking to keep us safe, so avoiding sex or doing it because we have to, is fulfilling a purpose. How does a breakthrough process work and what should people expect from it? When working with the unconscious mind, one has to deal with negative experiences from their past. With a process called timeline therapy, the charge is gently taken out of these negative emotions and swapped with positive learnings, allowing the patient to have the appropriate and warranted emotions. Reconnecting to positive things can prime people to experience pleasure in their lives and help them draw out things that they are wanting. Who needs this? Anyone who has been stuck in the same pattern for years, and knows that they should be taking care of themselves, but aren't, would be a good candidate for this treatment. Going through unconscious reprogramming is recognizing that one wants more in their life, but that what they're doing is not and hasn't been working for a long time. Biography: Dr Tonia Winchester has been in practice as a Naturopathic Doctor since 2007. Now, as a brain-based transformation coach, she uses contemporary neurological reprogramming techniques to help women break through burnout, stress, anxiety, and fatigue and find joy and energy again so that they can create exceptional lives for themselves, their families and communities. She guides her clients through a “Breakthrough” process where they easily and gently clear the past and recode their unconscious minds so that they are primed to make and sustain positive changes in how they take care of themselves. The results are a strengthened connection to self – more self-love, worth, and value, ultimately allowing them to build happy, meaningful relationships and compelling futures. Tonia has been featured on CTV, the Costco Connection, The Elephant Journal, Conscious Nutrition, The Autoimmune Simplified Podcast, and the New Generation Entrepreneur Podcast. To learn more about her brain-based coaching breakthroughs, head over to https://www.toniawinchester.com/breakthrough/ More info: Sex Health Quiz – https://www.sexhealthquiz.com  The Course – https://www.intimacywithease.com  The Book – https://www.sexwithoutstress.com  Podcast Website – https://www.intimacywithease.com Access the Free webinar: How to want more sex without it feeling like a chore:  https://intimacywithease.com/masterclass Better Sex with Jessa Zimmermanhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/better-sex/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/204-healing-your-sex-life-through-the-unconscious-mind-dr-tonia-wincester

Business Innovators Radio
204: Healing Your Sex Life Through the Unconscious Mind – Dr. Tonia Winchester

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 30:48


Healing Your Sex Life Through the Unconscious Mind Dr. Tonia Winchester has been a naturopathic doctor for 15 years. This episode will explore brain-based coaching, and how people can really achieve breakthroughs and get out of patterns that haven't been working for them. Dr Winchester talks about accessing the unconscious mind in order to achieve a healthy sex lifestyle. The power of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) Through practice, Dr Tonia Winchester found that the best way to help is by tapping into the unconscious mind of her patients. NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) is a tool that allows us to bypass our conscious mind and access the place in our minds where change happens. What is the unconscious mind and what does it do for us? The unconscious mind is responsible for our emotions, triggers, responses and reactions. Dr. Winchester believes that if one wants effective change to happen, they need to dig into the unconscious mind to do so. How does the unconscious mind relate to a healthy sex life? The unconscious mind controls factors that are essential for a healthy sex life, ie. safety, trust, risk-taking and vulnerability. Our desires, or lack thereof, are based on our past experiences in life. The unconscious mind is always looking to keep us safe, so avoiding sex or doing it because we have to, is fulfilling a purpose. How does a breakthrough process work and what should people expect from it? When working with the unconscious mind, one has to deal with negative experiences from their past. With a process called timeline therapy, the charge is gently taken out of these negative emotions and swapped with positive learnings, allowing the patient to have the appropriate and warranted emotions. Reconnecting to positive things can prime people to experience pleasure in their lives and help them draw out things that they are wanting. Who needs this? Anyone who has been stuck in the same pattern for years, and knows that they should be taking care of themselves, but aren't, would be a good candidate for this treatment. Going through unconscious reprogramming is recognizing that one wants more in their life, but that what they're doing is not and hasn't been working for a long time. Biography: Dr Tonia Winchester has been in practice as a Naturopathic Doctor since 2007. Now, as a brain-based transformation coach, she uses contemporary neurological reprogramming techniques to help women break through burnout, stress, anxiety, and fatigue and find joy and energy again so that they can create exceptional lives for themselves, their families and communities. She guides her clients through a “Breakthrough” process where they easily and gently clear the past and recode their unconscious minds so that they are primed to make and sustain positive changes in how they take care of themselves. The results are a strengthened connection to self – more self-love, worth, and value, ultimately allowing them to build happy, meaningful relationships and compelling futures. Tonia has been featured on CTV, the Costco Connection, The Elephant Journal, Conscious Nutrition, The Autoimmune Simplified Podcast, and the New Generation Entrepreneur Podcast. To learn more about her brain-based coaching breakthroughs, head over to https://www.toniawinchester.com/breakthrough/ More info: Sex Health Quiz – https://www.sexhealthquiz.com  The Course – https://www.intimacywithease.com  The Book – https://www.sexwithoutstress.com  Podcast Website – https://www.intimacywithease.com Access the Free webinar: How to want more sex without it feeling like a chore:  https://intimacywithease.com/masterclass Better Sex with Jessa Zimmermanhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/better-sex/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/204-healing-your-sex-life-through-the-unconscious-mind-dr-tonia-wincester

Jumpers Jump
EP. 53 - SERIAL KILLER STORIES, HAUNTED DOLL ISLAND, & CURSED WINCHESTER HOUSE

Jumpers Jump

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 73:23


Jump in with Carlos Juico and special guest Deno on episode 53 of Jumpers Jump. This episode we discuss: Serial killers that are roaming free, Haunted doll island in Mexico, SPC's, The cursed Winchester maze house, Blue ghost tunnel vlog, and much more!

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast
MJ's Hollywood Minute (And a great Winchester Joke)

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 7:54


Before the Hollywood Minute, a listener text in an amazing Winchester burn! Then, MJ tells you all the news you need to start your day! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Monster Of The Week: A Supernatural Podcast
Episode 256: Adam Winchester (Taylor's Version)

Monster Of The Week: A Supernatural Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 73:50


Hello hunks! This week we're discussing S15E08 - Our Father, Who Aren't in Heaven, in which our old friend Adam Winchester is back along with his backpack angel Michael. Will they help the Winchesters that locked them in a cage a decade ago? How much do they like the remasters of Skyrim that have come out since then? All those questions and more are answered in this very episode. Monster of the Week is on Patreon (https://patreon.com/monsteroftheweek)! If you want to directly support the show and ensure we keep putting out that sweet hashtag content week to week, consider pledging. You get some sweet rewards like early access to weekly episodes, access to our Discord, exclusive podcasts, and more! Monster of the Week is also on Twitter (https://twitter.com/motwcast), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/monsteroftheweekpodcast/), Tumblr (https://monsteroftheweekpodcast.tumblr.com/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/monsteroftheweek), Tik Tok (https://www.tiktok.com/@monsteroftheweekpodcast?lang=en), and Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/3ahb3X2ojJNF4DTlvSiR4w). You can also buy MOTW merch at our shop (https://www.teepublic.com/stores/monster-of-the-week?utm_campaign=22527&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Monsters%2Bof%2Bthe%2Bweek). Jeremy is on Twitter (https://twitter.com/jggreer), and you probably shouldn't follow him unless you know what you're doing. Chris is on Twitter (https://twitter.com/localbones), and you probably should follow him if you like #hunks and #swords. Like that intro? The music was done by our friend bansheebeat (https://twitter.com/bansheetweet), who has done all of our fancy intros over the last couple of years. Go check out his music! The vocals are by Alice Knows Karate (https://aliceknowskarate.bandcamp.com/), who also did the vocals for our Winchester Pain. She rules. Visit her Bandcamp page and buy all her music. We also made an entire music video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY3njGEh_fI) for the song, which you should definitely watch if you wanna cry and laugh about hunks.

Ride or Die Podcast
It's a Terrible Life (417)

Ride or Die Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 68:43


A very different Dean wears Winchester costuming, fends off elevator advances from his brother and has correct radio allegiances this week on Ride or Die - S4E17 - It's a Terrible Life Recs: Pru - Tetris Effect Waldorph - Knowledge Fight (podcast)

The Cycling Podcast
S9 Ep199: Explore | On the trail of Alfred the Great

The Cycling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 61:40


For this episode of Explore one of our audio producers, Adam Bowie, takes over on the mic as he sets off to ride the King Alfred's Way in the south west of England. The 350-kilometre circular, mostly off-road, bikepacking route features a mix of gravel tracks, woodland trails, canal towpaths and rural lanes as it takes in parts of the Ridgeway, South Downs Way, Shipwrights Way and Sussex Border Path. The route is named after Alfred the Great, who ruled the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex in the ninth century. The route passes King Alfred's statue in Winchester, where he is buried. This is not just a multi-day bikepacking adventure. Adam had a specific reason for undertaking the trip, because it marked an important point in an inspirational and transformative journey he'd been on over the course of more than a year as the country locked down during the pandemic. Find out more about King Alfred's Way here. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is also supported by Babbel. If you want to learn a new language get six months free with the purchase of a six-month subscription with the promo code CYCLING at uk.babbel.com/play And by Beer52, who are offering ten free craft beers (that's two more than usual) for just the price of postage if you order before December 17. Go to beer52.com/cycle

Shotgun Sports USA
Eric Harvey: Business Owner, Shooter and Member of Team USA

Shotgun Sports USA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 69:35


Eric Harvey has been shooting since the young age of 8.  His family owned a gun club growing up and that is where he found his love for shooting clay targets.  He was on the PSCA and attends several if not all of the Winchester Championship Tour events every year.  One of his goals was reached this year and that was making Team USA for 2022.  He is a great guy, a great shooter and I was glad to have him on the show.

GUNS Magazine Podcast
#107 - The Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

GUNS Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 38:07


The country — or at least the mass media —has been transfixed by the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. **UPDATE** Kyle Rittenhouse found NOT guilty on all charges 11/19/2021. Podcast recorded 11/18/2021. Episode Sponsors:  The GUNS Magazine Podcast is presented by Hodgdon and supported by IMR.  Established in 1947, Hodgdon Powder Company has grown into the nation's largest supplier of smokeless, blackpowder and blackpowder substitute propellants. Distributed under the Hodgdon, IMR, Winchester, Ramshot, Accurate, Pyrodex, Triple Seven, Blackhorn 209 and GOEX brands, learn more about and shop Hodgdon powders at hodgdon.com. IMR strives to bring new and legendary powders to reloaders in a never-ending process of innovation. Whether you're reloading for your rifle, pistol, shotgun or muzzleloader IMR has a powder to fit your needs. Learn more at IMRPowder.com.  Read and subscribe to GUNS Magazine at gunsmagazine.com. 

Out of Bounds Podcast
E176 – Stuart Winchester is The Storm PLUS The Weird Foothill Guy Story

Out of Bounds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 131:29


Hey Everyone! This week we've got two of my favorite people in skiing, Stuart Winchester & The Weird Foothill Guy Story. Be sure to support our sponsors, because they support us. Become an OnX Backcountry... The post E176 – Stuart Winchester is The Storm PLUS The Weird Foothill Guy Story appeared first on Out of Bounds Podcast.

Once Upon a Nightmare
Ep 61 - Shaun of the Dead

Once Upon a Nightmare

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 50:37


"Take car. Go to Mum's. Kill Phil - "Sorry." - grab Liz, go to the Winchester, have a nice cold pint, and wait for all of this to blow over. How's that for a slice of fried gold?" Hello and welcome to episode sixty one of Once Upon a Nightmare. In this episode I am joined by Raye from Not Before Coffee where we discuss Shaun of the Dead (Edgar Wright, 2004) For more on Not Before Coffee - https://linktr.ee/notbeforecoffee Thank you for listening and don't forget to rate and review on iTunes. For updates, reviews and behind the scenes info follow via one or all of the below options: Instagram – @onceuponanightmarepodcast Twitter - @anightmarepod Facebook - Once Upon a Nightmare Email - onceuponanightmarepod@gmail.com Buy Me a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/anightmarepod Part of the Oracl3 Network: http://theoracl3network.com Music by: Darren Curtis Music Pay the Reaperhttps://www.darrencurtismusic.com/dark-music ( https://www.darrencurtismusic.com/dark-music)  https://www.free-stock-music.com/darren-curtis-pay-the-reaper.html (https://www.free-stock-music.com/darren-curtis-pay-the-reaper.html)  Sources: Production:https://www.imdb.com/company/co0017447?ref_=ttco_co_1 ( )https://www.imdb.com/company/co0005073?ref_=ttco_co_1 (Universal Pictures) , https://www.imdb.com/company/co0047476?ref_=ttco_co_2 (StudioCanal), https://www.imdb.com/company/co0057311?ref_=ttco_co_3 (Working Title Films) Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJxdvF0S1bQ ( )https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIfcaZ4pC-4

All Things Physical Therapy Podcast
Episode 14 - Performing Arts PT

All Things Physical Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 40:15


In this episode, we talk about performing arts PT with Jake! Jake is an athletic trainer, physical therapist, and performance coach at PRO Motion in Winchester, VA. He received his Bachelor's degree in kinesiology with a focus in sports medicine at the University of Virginia before entering the dual Master in Athletic Training/Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Shenandoah University. While in graduate school Jacob completed numerous clinical rotations including work with collegiate and professional athletes at EXOS Gulf Breeze as well as spent the 2017 season working as an athletic training student intern with the Washington Redskins. Additionally, Jacob is a graduate of Shenandoah University's Performing Arts Medicine program where he studied to specialize in rehabilitation for dancers and musicians. He is an advocate for strength training in the performing arts and has spoken internationally on the subject. In his free time, Jacob manages a fairly successful rehab meme Instagram page, and a couple of podcasts. He is also a national-level competitor in the sport of Strongman and has a cat named Meatball.@tmd_themovementdocs@notarealdoctordeadlift@basketofcuddlypuppiesstrongmanwww.basketofcuddlypuppiesstrongman.comSubscribe, download, and rate!Follow @dpt.stephwww.dptsteph.com

The Plaidcast Supernatural Rewatch
7.23- Survival of the Fittest

The Plaidcast Supernatural Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 117:35


In which we discuss trucker cats, Michelle's annual ranking crisis, and the dirtiest thing Bethany has ever said on the podcast. SPOILERS for ALL seasons! Looking for earlier episodes? Find our back catalogue here: https://directory.libsyn.com/shows/view/id/theplaidcast We would love to hear from you! Email: theplaidcast@gmail.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/theplaidcast Please leave us a review on iTunes or Stitcher!

GUNS Magazine Podcast
#106 - Getting Hired in the Gun Industry

GUNS Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 31:08


Have you wanted to work in the gun industry as a sales or marketing person, product representative, technical expert or executive?  If so, you need to know Shaylene Keiner and her firm — Headhunters NW.  Shaylene helps gun companies find qualified people to fill their needs and in this episode she shares tips on how to find a job in the firearms industry. Relevant Links: https://headhuntersnw.com Episode Sponsors:  The GUNS Magazine Podcast is presented by Hodgdon and supported by IMR.  Established in 1947, Hodgdon Powder Company has grown into the nation's largest supplier of smokeless, blackpowder and blackpowder substitute propellants. Distributed under the Hodgdon, IMR, Winchester, Ramshot, Accurate, Pyrodex, Triple Seven, Blackhorn 209 and GOEX brands, learn more about and shop Hodgdon powders at hodgdon.com. IMR strives to bring new and legendary powders to reloaders in a never-ending process of innovation. Whether you're reloading for your rifle, pistol, shotgun or muzzleloader IMR has a powder to fit your needs. Learn more at IMRPowder.com.  Read and subscribe to GUNS Magazine at gunsmagazine.com. 

Scummy Mummies - Podcast
216: Lols with Louise Boyce, aka Mama Still Got It

Scummy Mummies - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 41:24


She's a model, a mum, and an internet comedy sensation - it's Louise Boyce, otherwise known as Mama Still Got It! She tells us about how her career began, dealing with an eating disorder, and whether she'd let her own daughter go into modelling now. We discuss getting your mojo back after becoming a mum, and the importance of having a good laugh. Helen explains why the strange phenomenon of bunchyarm drives her insane, and Louise shares a confession she's never told anyone before. Do follow the awesome Louise @mamastillgotit_ on Instagram and TikTok - she is hilarious. A huge thank you to our sponsors for this episode - Hyde Park Winter Wonderland. We've been loads of times and we love it, so we can't wait to visit again. As we mention on the podcast, you need to book in advance this year - go to hydeparkwinterwonderland.com. Winter Wonderland is on from 19 November until 3 January. Merry Christmas innit! And it's not too late to book tickets for our Christmas show! We're coming to Clapham, Brighton, Kent, Winchester, Stroud, Worcester, and more... Go to scummymummies.com for dates and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY!We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Seattle Revival Center
Wanda Alder | Seattle Revival Center | 11.7.2021

Seattle Revival Center

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 62:04


Wanda Alger is a recognized five-fold prophetic minister and a writer with Intercessors for America. She has authored numerous books and her articles have been published with Christian Post, Charisma, The Elijah List, and Spirit Fuel. She ministers with her husband, Pastor Bobby Alger, in Winchester, Virginia at Crossroads Community Church which they planted in 1998. They have three grown children.

Seattle Revival Center
Wanda Alger, Ana Ferrell & DarrenStott | Seattle Revival Center | 11.8.21

Seattle Revival Center

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 111:21


Dr. Ana Méndez Ferrell has a doctorate in Theology from the Latin University of Theology in California. She is well known for her profound understanding of the Word of God. The Lord has given her a prophetic and apostolic ministry with a deep understanding of the Spiritual Realm. Wanda Alger is a recognized five-fold prophetic minister and a writer with Intercessors for America. She has authored numerous books and her articles have been published with Christian Post, Charisma, The Elijah List, and Spirit Fuel. She ministers with her husband, Pastor Bobby Alger, in Winchester, Virginia at Crossroads Community Church which they planted in 1998. They have three grown children. Darren Stott is a Pastor, Author, Podcaster, Radio Host, and Founder of Supernaturalist Ministries. Darren was awarded the Dennis Yarnell Inspiration Award for outstanding contribution to the City of Newcastle in 2016 and has been featured in several prominent publications including The Seattle Times, King 5 News, NPR, Charisma Magazine, Renton Reporter, The Religion News Service, and Evening Magazine. Darren began to flex his ministerial muscles at the age of 27 when he became the Lead Pastor at Seattle Revival Center on Easter of 2009. In 2016 his first book was released, Pattern Interrupt: Dismantle Defeat, Overcome Ordinary, and become a Rumbler. Today, he has helped hundreds of thousands with spiritual and practical guidance through pastoring, public speaking, conferences, consulting, and mentoring. In 2021 Darren released his second book in 2021, Carve: How to Steward and Sustain a Move of God. Darren holds a Bachelor of Arts specializing in Bible & Theology from Global University. By blending his education and many experiences, he has the aptness to help people deconstruct their incorrect framework of God. He engages people in reconstructing a healthy theology and opportunity for divine encounters that lead to personal and spiritual growth. Darren consults with two neighboring cities, and serves on multiple boards for churches, non-profits, and schools. On May 8th, 2021, Darren Stott was installed as President of the global ministry network now known as Renaissance Coalition, an organization established by John G. Lake in South Africa (International Faith Congress) and then incorporated in Spokane, Washington in 1947 by his daughter and son-in-law, Wilford and Gertrude Reidt. The organization exist to birth Kingdom Realities on the Earth through relationships, gatherings, equipping, and empowerment. Darren's greatest joy is his lovely wife, Andrea, and four beautiful kids: Abigail, Peter, Sophia, and Victoria. His call is to catalyze joy in the lives of others. Connect with Darren at www.darrenstott.com or on social media @theDarrenStott.

GUNS Magazine Podcast
#105 - "Are you deaf?!?" - Protect Your Hearing

GUNS Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 35:56


Hearing loss is a common danger of shooting sports but it doesn't have to be.  In this episode we talk to Josh Lantz from Howard Leight Hearing Protection about what you can do to keep from losing your hearing. Relevant Links: HowardLeightshootingsports.com Episode Sponsors:  The GUNS Magazine Podcast is presented by Hodgdon and supported by IMR.  Established in 1947, Hodgdon Powder Company has grown into the nation's largest supplier of smokeless, blackpowder and blackpowder substitute propellants. Distributed under the Hodgdon, IMR, Winchester, Ramshot, Accurate, Pyrodex, Triple Seven, Blackhorn 209 and GOEX brands, learn more about and shop Hodgdon powders at hodgdon.com. IMR strives to bring new and legendary powders to reloaders in a never-ending process of innovation. Whether you're reloading for your rifle, pistol, shotgun or muzzleloader IMR has a powder to fit your needs. Learn more at IMRPowder.com.  Read and subscribe to GUNS Magazine at gunsmagazine.com. 

Shotgun Sports USA
Team Winchester From the 2021 NSCA Nationals

Shotgun Sports USA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 86:39


Team Winchester, which included, Anthony Matarese Jr, Zach Kienbaum, Theo Ribbs, Eric Harvey, and Donny Ballard, sat down with me to discuss everything about the NSCA 2021 National Championship.  The targets, the wind, the turnout, the differences in years past and so much more were brought up.  We even discussed something that will eventually squad the top 40 shooters together at future National Championships to create an even playing field.  Towards the end, we talked about Tom Mack and some of the funny moments we had around him and the jokes that he had to tell everyone.

Music City 911
Police Dangers

Music City 911

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 28:49


In today's episode, hazards for police that are always possible, that is the subject matter. Check our our social media pages and groupshttps://www.facebook.com/musiccity911podhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2948819398513001/https://twitter.com/MusicCity911https://www.instagram.com/musiccity911/https://www.patreon.com/join/MusicCity911Pick up a T-shirt or a hoodie or some other Music City 911 item over athttps://teespring.com/MusicCity911

Rede Geek podcasts
MC 1:1 - Rafael Shiukamaru

Rede Geek podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 67:03


Nesse episódio, Marcel Campos recebe Rafael Shiukamaru, do canal WINchester, um criador de conteúdo que curte Windows de montão. MC 1:1 é um podcast de entrevista com criadores de conteúdo. Não importa o tema, não importa a plataforma, se você cria conteúdo, corre o risco de ser entrevistado por Marcel Campos. Quer participar AO VIVO das entrevistas? Assista em sua plataforma favorita: https://www.youtube.com/marcelcampos https://www.twitch.tv/mrfields_ https://twitter.com/marcelcampos

Summer Movie Club
Shaun of the dead

Summer Movie Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 141:31


two brother watch, over analyze, drink, Take car. Go to Mum's. Kill Phil - "Sorry." - grab Liz, go to the Winchester, have a nice cold pint, and wait for all of this to blow over, and discuss --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Plaidcast Supernatural Rewatch
7.22- There Will Be Blood

The Plaidcast Supernatural Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 86:40


In which we discuss the moralizing of food, the end of Edgar, and pickled radishes with a side of ethical quandaries. SPOILERS for ALL seasons! Looking for earlier episodes? Find our back catalogue here: https://directory.libsyn.com/shows/view/id/theplaidcast We would love to hear from you! Email: theplaidcast@gmail.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/theplaidcast Please leave us a review on iTunes or Stitcher!

How To Love Lit Podcast
Shirley Jackson - The Haunting Of Hill House - Episode 2 - Is Hill House Haunted Or Not?!

How To Love Lit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 48:17


Shirley Jackson - The Haunting Of Hill House - Episode 2 - Is Hill House Haunted Or Not?!   I'm Christy Shriver and we're here to discuss books that have changed the world and have changed us.    And I'm Garry Shriver, and this is the How to Love Lit Podcast.     Read the first paragraph of chapter 2.    That is the first paragraph of chapter 2 of The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson.  This is episode 2 as we explore this haunted space- and Christy, haunted it is.  Last week, we spent a lot of time talking about Shirley Jackson and her relationship with her mother.  It was our argument that a lot of the terror she creates springs originally from the dysfunction of living with a toxic mother.  We introduced the idea of reality versus illusion and the difficulty of knowing one from the other- especially in these toxic relationships.  We introduced the idea of feeling trapped and alone.  All of these feelings metaphorically expressing themselves not just in the characters who populate the story, but also in the physical space- the haunted house itself.      And Jackson borrowed from every gothic trope she could find to build for us a very relatable creepy house-  it's so stereotypical, we have to wonder if that in itself is part of her strategy- which of course, it very much is.   But, why?  What is she expressing? Of course, we know that haunted houses do express evil and fear and always have. We, also know that houses, in and of themselves, occupy a very important place in our psyche.  As people, we have an incredibly powerful psychological attachment to the physical spaces that populate our lives.  Physical spaces can bring us memories; as in favorite vacation destinations, they can be sacred as in a church, and they can also be haunted.  Let me quote Dr. Montague as he explained the origins of haunted houses to his assistants in chapter 3     Page 50-51    Jackson, herself, was always interested in houses- and for good reason.  Her grandfather had been a very important architect  in San Francisco, and she brought all of that family interest into her own life.  Jackson wanted to write a ghost story and then she set out to write Hill House, so, I guess it just made sense for her to research a bunch of different houses in order to create the one for her story.  She even enlisted her mother to help her get some research about a famous haunted house in San Jose, California, the Winchester Mystery House- one that still attracts millions of visitors visit every year.      I also happened to notice that Dr. Montague directly references this very famous house.  I wish I can say I had heard of it, but I hadn't, so I looked it up.  A woman by the name of Sarah Winchester inherited $20 million in 1881 from her dead husband and his family who had made their money selling firearms.  She was said to have moved to California to build a home for the spirits of the dead people who had been killed by the firearms made by her husband's family.  The Winchester house is really bizarre and worth Googling.  I can see why it has so many visitors.  It is enormous: 24,000 square feet; it has 10,000 windows, 47 stairways and fireplaces, 160 rooms, and 17 chimneys among other things.      It's weird looking too with all those turrets that remind us of what a proper haunted house should look like,  and Jackson studied it and her house has turrets, but Hill House isn't just one house, and it's not near as large as the Winchester House.  It's funny how many theories there are about what all inspired Hill House.  Stanley, Shirley's husband worked as a professor at a woman's college, I'm not sure we got to that last episode, but he worked at Bennington College in Vermont.  Well the Music building on campus is called Jennings Hall, and it is apart from the other buildings.  It's made from gray stone and stands against the hills, kind of like the opening of Hill House.   Lots of people see that connection. Ruth Franklin, Jackson's most recent biographer and probably the leading expert on all things Jackson, talks about a file she found in Jackson's archive at the Library of Congress when she was researching Jackson's life.  She found a collection of pictures and newspaper clippings about all these different places and events that inspired Hill House.  One was a newpaper article about a poltergeist incident in Long island, there were pictures of a couple of castles, there was the Winchester house stuff, but then she found one called the Edward H Everett Mansion- which is also in Vermont, and actually very near Bennington where Jackson and her family lived.  Franklin and her husband went there when she was researching for her book on Jackson and were basically shocked at how evil that house looked.  She and her husband both got chills just being on the property, so Franklin believes a lot of Hill House is inspired by that place.      At the end of the day, Hill House is the invention of Shirley Jackson's mind- not a specific place on earth.  It is also a creepy ole' metaphor for something- and when you're reading the book by chapter 4 where we go to in this episode - you don't know what it could be- but you intuitively feel it has to have something to do with a home- but definitely not a happy home- but maybe a place that should have been happy but is twisted, but maybe it is even a place that promised to be happy or to be something- but it lied about that.  I think when we read novels, especially the ones we like, sometimes we don't really know what we identify with- we just feel some sort of connection.  I think that's the big question in this book- especially at the beginning.  What am I supposed to make of this house?  Why am I compelled to read about it?   If it's so creepy why does Eleanor stay there?  What compels her to go inside? What's attracting her there?  Is it just that it's not her sister's house so anything is better than that?  Is she looking for a home?  As we read further on, we will come to understand that that is exactly what it is all about.  Of course, for all of us- having a home is important.  Wouldn't you agree, with Bing Crosby, Garry, that there's no place like home for the holidays?    Homes and thus families are important, there's a lot of psychological research to support that, of course.  But let's just narrow in on the idea of that physical space we associate with our home- where we currently are living and hopefully nesting.  For many of us, if we are going to make it our home- and not just a place where we sleep and maybe eat, a home is part of our self-definition- it is that physical space that expresses who we really are.  That's why decorating a home in your own way and making it beautiful to YOU is so important.  It's why I encourage people, even if you're wealthy enough to hire professional decorators, to be involved in that process in a personal way.  Most of us, however, don't have that problem, but we should make our home reflective of our interests, our passions, our tastes.  We should let it reflect OUR identity- in a positive way.  It's also true and I quote Robert Frost here, “Home is the place that, when you have to go there, they have to take you in.”  That's another very important idea.  It is a place where you feel safe, and you can be oriented in space and time.  It's a place where you can be vulnerable without being exploited.  But that's where the dangers reside, right?  If you are vulnerable, then by definition, you can be exploited- and of course, that happens, and it definitely happened to Shirley Jackson.    For me, a house really does has a spirit to it.  As strange as that sounds, especially if someone has lived in the same place for a while.  In some sense, a physical space has to develop its own energy and personality.  This is what I mean, Garry and I got married when my oldest daughter was a junior in college.  When she entered our new house- her new home, even though we put her things in a room, put her pictures on the wall, and tried to make her feel “at home”, she just didn't bond with the physical space.  She was living at college in a house of her own, and she was spending just a few days a year with us.  Her room at our house was nice; it was beautiful; but the house just wasn't her friend yet.  A full year later, we had a house fire, and I was in tears as things burned, thankfully just one room truly burned before we stopped the fire, but Anna was very stoic about the whole thing.  She just couldn't be sad.  She told me, point blank, I don't feel anything.  I don't feel like this is my space.  This isn't my home.  Of course this made me sad because I wanted her to feel at home there in our space with her sister and step-father, but it wasn't something I had any power to create.   There were no memories in that space for her at that time, and the only that that would ever change that is creating memories for that space in that space- of course, the fire ironically was a memory for us all- but it really is about the passing of time and what we do with the passing of time.  Living there- bringing friends there, filling up the air with the smell of food and the fire place, sharing meals together- playing games around the table- the house has had to develop a spirit of its own- and hopefully a positive safe and welcoming one and hopefully one that is still being developed.    Of course you're right.  That is why it's important to be intentional about that sort of thing because just as a space can be positive, it can also be negative.  And just as it can have a positive effect on a person, it can have a negative one as well- obviously.     William Sax, Professor of anthropology, says it this way: People and places where they reside engage in a continuing set of exchanges; they have determinate, mutual effects upon each other because they are part of a single, interactive system.”  Listen to what he means- people and places engage with each other- they interact with each other and have effects on each other- they are part of one single interactive system.  It's a very interesting way of looking at how we engage the world.  This is true.  It's originally a Southeast Asian concept, but it really nails a universal truth.     Of course it's that very idea that I also see Jackson taking and running wild with it in her book- physical space interacting actively with the people who occupy its space.      Reading here how Jackson plays around with the concept of this house is really a hyperbolized version of spaces interacting with people- and in her case, she builds an entire 80 year history of negative memories in this house.  Here, crazy enough, the house actually is a villain- although I know that's not totally obvious by the end of chapter 4- but even early on before the house spooks a single person when we read the history of the house, we can see how much negative emotions and hurt are a part of the spirit of this house.     For sure, Jackson makes Hill House into a literal character in the story.  This house has emotions.  She tells us explicitly this house is without kindness and has no concession to humanity- not unlike her own mother (as we saw last episode).  She goes on to say Hill house is not fit for love or for hope- that's how Jackson literally describes it.  But unlike a real house in the real world, what makes this fictional story creepy is that we are going to see that the house has agency- or it at least appears to.  The house does stuff- or maybe it does stuff- that's the big unanswered question.  Who's doing the stuff in the house.  Either way, Of course, this is all the opposite sort of things we want in our physical home, and I'm sure almost everyone would agree with that.   And let's be mindful here.  Shirley Jackson spent a lot of time thinking about her house.  She spent a lot of time, in fact, most of her time, thinking about her home.  She was first and foremost a homemaker. And she was extremely intentional about what she invested her time in.  She did a lot of cooking- and neglected a lot of cleaning opting to make her space a fun liveable one, contrary to popular standards and practices of her time.  She, probably better than most writers or any genre at any time, knew exactly how powerful a home was and could be and how a person could frame it.  Heck, she financed her entire life out of humorously discussing hers.  Her house was famously vibrant, full of life, full of energy, full of visitors- both celebrated literary friends of hers, as well as the dozens of childhood playmates that continuously bounced between the walls.  She clearly knew how to make a happy home, but here in this book, she strips all of that positive away and we see she also knew what a house without kindness could be like.       So interesting.  What's also interesting to me is that historically, this haunted house archetype goes back hundreds of years, well before Jackson came on the scene.  We all know this, I mean who hasn't seen pictures of those gloomy castles in old Gothic stories.  We all know those houses that wreaked havoc on Victorian readers, on Scooby Doo readers, on all of us.  I've read several of these to my own kids over the years, And now that I think about it, all these haunted houses kind of look like Hill House, they usually have two stories maybe a turret or tower, but for sure a black cat on a porch, bats coming out a window, and full moon somewhere behind it.      So true,  I think I've even mailed one or two Halloween cards with those very images on them, but literary haunted houses are slightly differently than the Scooby Doo thing.  In literary fiction authors use these Gothic tropes, and I'm going to put Jackson in this group, to create some sort of metaphor, to flesh out something moral or psychological- and this makes the inside of the house much scarier than the outside- as creepy as these pictures are.  The house represents something inside that is scary and that really exists in our world.  So the question is, what about this house scares us?  What are we really afraid of?  What are the ghosts?    And for me, although, I know this is totally a non-literature way of looking at things, to answer that question I find myself looking at Shirley Jackson as a person and the world she lived in.  Shirley Jackson was a woman of the 1950s, she was a writer and commentator and a deep thinker about that world.  She was a daughter, as we discussed last week, but she was also a mother herself.  And the definition of motherhood in the 1950s was very unique in American history because, and I talked about this a little last episode, but there was a giant shift after WW2 for the American family and especially for women.  Last episode, I talked about that second wave of feminism and Jackson as a professional woman may have looked at all of that, but today I want to bring up another important and that is this idea of the postwar rush to the suburbs and America's cult of the family- that is a very big distinctive historically about this time period. And it in fact, it is still very much a part of our American identity, even to this day.  After WW2, life changed for almost everyone in a positive way.  Life wasn't as hard as it had been before the war.  People could own a home; everyone seemed to want a family.  It was a status symbol.  We all wanted a particular kind of family- the nuclear family with a mom and a dad and children who were the product of that marriage.      That's not just an American thing- isn't that what everyone aspires to all over the world even today.      Of course- but for America, in this post World War 2 era, everything was changing and prospering in a new way and so this was not a pipe dream- it was attainable in a way that had NEVER been possible before.  Think about Of Mice and Men and how destitute things were during the depression.  That was all over.  Now- People had time to think about things like competitive living.  Before that we all were just trying not to starve.  We also had mass media that was projecting what prosperity looked like, or at least should look like.  This kind of atomic family was the picture of happiness.  This social framework was on the covers of all the magazines, in all the movies, in all the tv shows.  It was sanctioned by our churches, and how good or successful we were as humans depended on how well we created this particular family.  If your family wasn't this kind of family, we used the word “broken”.  You came from a broken home.  I know this very personally because this was my reality.  I was raised in a “broken” home.  My parents were divorced- although I'm not from the 50s, but even during my childhood this was a very shameful thing for a child- something was wrong with you, with your family, with your home.  Shirley Jackson's home wasn't physically broken at all- at least not in the way that mine was, but the appearance of perfection haunted her from her earliest memories.  Her parents were in hot pursuit of that perfection.  And as an adult when she was homemaking she was very aware of all of these family and social dynamics at work.  Almost all of her writings center around these ideas in one way or another, the fiction and the non-fiction.      So, back to Hill House, if we look at a home your way, as a place where individuals are supposed to belong- let's look at these characters from that perspective of why they might be showing up at Hill House.  Because the characters in this story are definitely not coming from that background.  They are all broken, if we pay close attention.  We see that Eleanor doesn't have a father or now a mother.  Theo is very vague about her identity, even about who she lives with- we don't even know if her roommate is a man or  a woman, the only thing she lets out in her introductory comments is about spending her vacations alone at boarding school which is kind of dark, and Luke will claim later on to not having a mother.  So, I guess, none of them really have a place to go for the holidays, to use the language from Bing Crosby's song.  When they get to Hill House, although the house itself is creepy, they seem happy to have found each other.  The lure of having what this house may be offering is greater than the risk of what could be scary about it being haunted.  The girls even wear bright colors to brighten up the dreary home; they run outside, the house is in a valley and kind of covered up, but they also claim it's a “place for picnics”, something happy families do- and of course, we'll see at the end of the book that this parody of the picnic will come back to haunt both girls. In the beginning, Eleanor and Theo claim to be cousins and the last sentence of chapter 2 is, “Would you let them separate us now?  Now that we've found out we're cousins?”.      When they meet Luke in chapter 3, Eleanor very quickly asks, “Then you're one of the family? The people who own Hill House? Not one of Doctor Montague's guests?”  Of course, she doesn't mean her own family- but for Eleanor- in some ways that is what she is fantasizing about- this notion of family- a place to call home.      Let me also point out that by this point in the story, even though, we're still in the very beginning, the house has already played a benign trick on Eleanor and Theo- there was an incident about a rabbit frightening them.  It's cute and funny but odd none the less.  Hill House, for Eleanor, although is obviously ugly, vile and haunted, is not an unhappy place.  It holds promise.  When they come in and meet Dr. Montague, he pours drinks for everyone and Eleanor comments, “Everything's so strange, I mean, this morning I was wondering what Hill House would be like, and now I can't believe that it's real, and we're here.”  She struggles to believe it, but as she sits with the other three and the thought she has is this and I quote, “I am the fourth person in this room; I am one of them; I belong.”    And of course, all of the conversation between the four of them is fun-loving.  They make jokes about what they do in the other world.  Almost all of it is non-sense.  Eleanor talks about being the talk of café's, Luke says he is a bullfighter, Theo claims to be clad in silk and gold.      Yes, and Dr. Montague assumes the role of a a traditional father-figure.  He calls them children and tells them stories.  Let's read that part.  They all sit around, and he tells the story of Hill House.    Page 54-      It's definitely a creepy story and the Crain family is definitely a miserable group of people, but getting to the current moment if Mr. Montague is the father-fugure, Luke, Theo and Eleanor are the kids, then in some sense the house is the mother- there's no one else.  But from the history of the house, there was never really a real mother that ever lived here.    Yes- and that brings me back to my discussion of the 1950s.  Before the 50s, life in the United States was more difficult.  Many people we're struggling to exist- mostly fighting mother nature on a farm or a ranch.  When wealth came to the United States in that post war era, like we already said forming an ideal family and an ideal home was at the heart of that- but at the heart of the home were the children.  A new word showed up in the Webster dictionary in 1958 that had never existed in English before- that is the word, “parenting”.  And whatever it meant, parenting was about the responsibility of making perfect kids or at least making a perfect growing up experience for kids, and how to do that was naturally- again in very American form- supercontroversial and divisive.  There was this book that came out in 1944 by a doctor by the name of Dr. Benjamin Spock.  This book took America by storm.  In his book, he claimed parents should not discipline their children.  They should be permissive.  The idea before this was that humans were evil, and children were humans, so they needed to be disciplined or tamed into doing right- if you indulged them you would “spoil” them- that was the word.  Dr. Spock took the opposite approach, his theory was that all of us are good and it is not possible to spoil a child.  A child who is loved will never be spoiled by things you give him/her or do for him/her.  If they had everything they needed, they didn't need to act out or misbehave.  In either case, no matter which side of the argument you fell on- one thing both camps had in common was the child was the center of the home. Everything was about the children.     And this was where Shirley Jackson, the mother, fit in.  Look at the titles of her two books of essays about her children, Life Among the Savages and Raising Demons. Jackson took seriously this debate about “parenting”.  In 1960 she wrote a book titled “Special Delivery, a Useful Book for Brand-New Mothers”.  Let me read a small quote from an essay in there called, “Whos' the Boss?”    “After Careful study it is going to be clear to the earnest mother that the enormous propaganda on child raising in books, magazins, and even adverstisments is being largely written by babies.  Baby is the boss, the articles point out flatly; first you are waiting for him, an dthe you are waiting on him.  Perhaps this is because 20 or 25 years ago the going rage in baby care was exactly the opposite.  Children who were allowed a little freedom of choice were going to be ‘spoiled' and the worse possible thing an anguished mother could do was pick up a crying baby. In our family there is a sharp division of opinion on the question of the authority of the child.  Our four children ardently support he cause of absolute indulgence, warmly seconded by their grandparents on both sides.  My husband and I, bolstering one another secretly with reminders that we are firm, righteous, fair, stem although impartial, band beyond all else the heads of the family, have managed to fight the issue to a standstill somewhere between the two camps.”    She is funny.      She definitely is, and even in Hill House, there are parts of the dialogue that are really funny- especially when we get to the parts about Mrs. Montague who is absolutely absurd.  But here's where I want to land.  Eleanor is our central character- no doubt.  We are wedded to her point of view.  There is no doubt that the allure of Hill House is also her desire for a family- to not be alone- one of the creepier elements for me in this book is Eleanor's constant revisiting the phrase “Journeys end in lovers meeting”.  I think it's repeated 14 times, maybe more than that.     Yeah- what is that about.    Well, of course, we never really know.  It's actually a quote from Shakepeare's play 12th Night.  Which is a comedy about a girl named Viola.  12th Night is very typical Shakespeare, I actually just watched it at a Shakespeare in the park this summer in Nashville.  It's a happy play and after a lot of misteps and misidentities Viola finds true love at the end.  The Journey for Viola ended in a lovers meeting.  But the way Jackson uses it isn't like the way Shakespeare uses it at all.  It really is not used in any kind of romantic sense.  Eleanor wants to meet love, but I'm not sure she's very particular as to the kind of love she meets.  It doesn't have to be sexual, for sure.  Although there's a little bit of flirtation with Luke, it definitely ends poorly. This is a very asexual book.  In fact, the most graphic sexual part has to do with the demented Hugh Crain and his abusive relationship with his daughters.  Eleanor is looking for a family- she wants to be the center of someone's world, and that is normal and understandable, but she's also a bratty kid in many ways.  She's judgmental of everyone else, we will see.  Jackson is going to create every member of this family of Hill House to be dysfunctional and self-orbiting.  Every member of the family is tyrranically trying to be in control- and notice that is what Dr. Montague pointed out in the history of the house.  Hugh Crain, who built the house, is a horrible father- he parented his daughters as we find out late in the book- through sheer terror.  The house is a horrible mother, it's oppressive and vile and deceitful- but the Crain kids were terrible too.  They were competitive and hurtful.  And now we get these “kids” – if that is what we're going to call Luke, Theo and Eleanor- are going to all three be portrayed as self-centered and competitive.  Dr. Montague in this playful exchange at dinner says this and notice Jackson's carefully chosen words, “You are three willful, spoiled children who are prepared to nag me for your bedtime story.”  Jackson uses the loaded language of her generation- words everyone in the 1950s would recognize.      So are you saying, Jackson is saying, children are tyrranical as well as mothers?  Is everyone tyrranical?      Well, I really don't know if I'm ready to comment on that yet but maybe.  I want to point out something though that IS interesting.  Both Theo and Eleanor were selected to come to the house because they supposedly have powers, Theo has telepathic power and Eleanor can create these poltergeist experiences where we can move things around- maybe subconsciously even.  This, I think is an important detail to include.  They are not powerless, and Jackson leaves room we will see to see both of them exercising their powers at various places in the book, maybe.      What do you mean by that?  That they may be using their powers or maybe they aren't, we can't be sure?    That's it exactly- and we're not even sure if they know if they are using their powers- they seem not to really understand that they have them. Now, let's go back and think about the HOUSE itself- As the story sets itself up in the exposition, four very different people have moved into the house.  The only thing they have in common is that they all have some sort of brokenness in the background, even Dr. Montague as we will find out when we meet his hideous wife, but they all are willing to move into a house that is supposedly haunted- but how and by whom?  And what are they going to do in the house.  Of course this question comes up in their evening together- their first bonding experience sharing food and drink together- and Dr. Montague confesses that he has no idea what will happen to them.  They will take notes, but that is all he can offer. They will drink brandy- as Luke points out- they are there to drink spirits- pardon the pun.  And they most certainly will.   Before they go to bed that first night, Theo and Eleanor share the stories of where they come from.  Let's read this part.    Page 64    What is interesting about that exchange is that we, as readers, already know Eleanor is lying.  None of what she just told them is true.  Things at Hill House are not what they appear to be.  In chapter 4 when they tour the house, Dr. Montague makes a point of pointing that out.      Page 77     Much of chapter 4 is describing the house- and the house is off- you can't see it at first- but it's off center.  There is a fairly large distortion because so much is off. There's also the marble statue of Mr. Crain, the veranda that's crooked, the cold spot in front of the nursery ironically which is symbolically in the middle of the house, and then the chapter ends with noises. This is the first really scary part in the book.  Eleanor apparently wakes up with someone calling her.  She thinks it's her mother at first before she remembers she's at Hill House.  When she goes to Theo's room Theo is scared out of her mind because she's heard someone knocking, plus it's terribly cold.  The noise gets louder until Eleanor shouts wildly, “Go away, go away!”  The door trembles and shakes against the hinges and ultimately they hear a little giggle and a whisper and a laugh before the Dr. and Luke get to them.    That is all very creepy and very definitely the stuff scary movies are made of.      Yes, and chapter 4 ends with Dr. Montague's observation.    - read  ending pg 99    Whatever is pressuring the house- is pressuring this little make shift family to break up.      But then again, no one ever knows what forces  are at work in any family dynamic. Do we?  What kind of subversive forces are at work in a house, in a home… in a home that is haunted?    Ha!  Good point Jackson.  I guess we often never do.      Well, that's terrifying enough for one episode.  We will pick up with chapter 5 next time and see just what exactly Jackson is doing with our minds.  Thanks for spending time with us as we explore the terrifying world Jackson has created at Hill House.  As always please tell your friends about us, push out an episode on your twitter account, or your Facebook account.  Text an episode to a friend.  If you're a teacher and want to use podcasts for instruction, go to our website and download a listening guide for your students to fill out as they listen.  We want to support learning around the world, and helping us share the world is how you can help us grow.  Thank you     Peace out.        

GUNS Magazine Podcast
#104 - Hi-Power Love and the Springfield SA-35

GUNS Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 36:24


The Browning Hi-Power has long been a favorite among shooters, especially among Special Operations teams.  Now, Springfield has released their take on this venerable classic with the SA-35, creating even more Hi-Power Fever. Relevant Links: springfield-armory.com Episode Sponsors:  The GUNS Magazine Podcast is presented by Hodgdon and supported by IMR.  Established in 1947, Hodgdon Powder Company has grown into the nation's largest supplier of smokeless, blackpowder and blackpowder substitute propellants. Distributed under the Hodgdon, IMR, Winchester, Ramshot, Accurate, Pyrodex, Triple Seven, Blackhorn 209 and GOEX brands, learn more about and shop Hodgdon powders at hodgdon.com. IMR strives to bring new and legendary powders to reloaders in a never-ending process of innovation. Whether you're reloading for your rifle, pistol, shotgun or muzzleloader IMR has a powder to fit your needs. Learn more at IMRPowder.com.  Read and subscribe to GUNS Magazine at gunsmagazine.com. 

Video Express
MAXIMUM OVERVIEW: Halloween Kills

Video Express

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 139:45


Welcome to MAXIMUM OVERVIEW, a special edition of Video Express where we leave the video stores of yesteryear and discuss the new & noteworthy horror movies of today. In this episode we hack our way through the brutal, baffling, and divisive second entry of the Blumhouse Halloween reboot trilogy: HALLOWEEN KILLS. Featuring: Trilogy Middle Child Syndrome, Arts & Crafts With Michael, questionable hospital floorplans, and what NOT to do when you find a bloody hand print in your kitchen. Please be kind, rewind, but most importantly just be kind! Shout out to The Alamo Drafthouse of Winchester, VA! The Alamo Drafthouse celebrates cinema of yester-year and today, featuring a wide variety of beer and adult beverages, as well as a rotating menu of delicious foods! Alamo Drafthouse Cinema elevates the cinematic experience with their commitment to exceptional picture and sound. Catch the latest blockbuster or your favorite cult film at the Alamo Drafthouse in Winchester, VA, at 181 Kernstown Commons Blvd! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/videoexpresspod/message

Desert Island Dishes
James Martin: one of Britain's best-loved chefs and King of Saturday morning television

Desert Island Dishes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 48:56


For the season finale my guest is James Martin. James has been a mainstay on our tv screens since the mid 1990's. It's safe to say that Saturday mornings wouldn't be the same without him with his hugely popular shows on the BBC's Saturday Kitchen and now Saturday Mornings with James Martin on ITV. He appeared on the Big Breakfast but it was arguably his role on Ready Steady Cook – a show that changed food television - that catapulted him to the kind of fame usually reserved for boy bands. At it's peak 15 million people were tuning in to watch the show on Friday evenings and Martin with his trademark bandana and youthful good looks was a firm fan favourite. But this was not a story of overnight success. It was built on years of hard work and perfecting his craft. James grew up on a farm in North Yorkshire where hard graft was a part of daily life from a young age. At the age of 8 he was working in restaurants and by the time he was 12 he had a catering company catering weddings. It's no surprise then that by the age of 21 he achieved the covetable role of head chef at Hotel and Bistro du Vin in Winchester. Alongside this, he's written countless cook books, he's set up a cookery school, run restaurants all over the world, gained his pilots license and has an envy inducing collection of vintage cars. He Recently won the Fortnum & Mason 2021 Personality of the Year, as voted for by the public When James Martin was just seven he told his family he would be a head chef by the age of 30, drive a Ferrari when he was 35 and own his own restaurant by 40.And whilst his “grandad told him to be quiet and get a proper bleedin' job,” as it turned out, he made head chef at 21, bought a Ferrari three years later and opened his own bistro on a cruise ship when he was 26.James has said, “Those dreams were odd then,” “It was a bit like Billy Elliot – unheard of. “But I knew that was what I wanted to do and that was that.”--Thank you to Bordeaux Wines for sponsoring this episode of Desert Island Dishes with James Martin. Don't forget to head over to social media where you can find out more by following Bordeaux Wines @bordeauxwinesuk--Thank you to our season sponsor Cooks Matches for helping us to bring the podcast to you for the last 8 weeks. Find them on Instagram @cooksmatches and head to their website www.cooksmatches.co.uk to find out more.--Thank you for listening! We will be back soon with another season I promise.If you don't already and you would like to, then do come and follow me on Instagram @desertislanddishesYou can sign up for the newsletter and find a whole host of different recipes at www.desertislanddishes.co See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tread Perilously
Tread Perilously -- Supernatural: Bloodlust

Tread Perilously

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 78:41


Tread Perilously's "Creatures of the Night" month concludes with the annual visit to Supernatural. But it stays on theme as Sam and Dean face vampires in an episode called "Bloodlust." Still grieving their father, the Winchesters hit the road once more. Dean suspects reports of beheadings and cattle mutilations in a Montana town means a nest of vampires. His suspicions are confirmed when they run into Gordon, another hunter who specializes in bloodsuckers. But can he be trusted? And will Dean's sudden need for a father figure lead him to miss critical clues about Gordon and the nest he's tracking? Justin realizes he made a happy accident thanks to the presence of Sterling K. Brown as a guest star. He and Erik immediately get lost in the "Then" of it all. Their inability to recall the name of the handsome actor who plays the Winchester father calls down technical difficulties from the heavens. Along the way, they evaluate the oeuvre of Steven Soderbergh. Fred Krueger turns out to be a good tipper down at the murder factory. Erik admits his Supernatural "song" is the War of the Angels. Pepper Potts once again gets high marks and the pair try to cast a good therapist for the hunters.

Campaign Podcast
Skyjacks: Episode 125

Campaign Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 72:30


The Silver Bullet, led by Captain Armond Winchester, remains at the mercy of the victorious Uhuru crew. Captain Orimar Vale has made an offer: "Kneel to me as your king and the benevolence shall be provided." Winchester has an answer, alongside a warning. The man who hired him is no stranger to Captain Orimar, and his sinister intent is more than passing fancy. Later, the Uhuru crew pillages what equipment, trinkets, and supplies they see fit, whereupon the Captain's Council makes a sinister discovery of their own.CONTENT NOTEMain Show: Crocodile descriptionDear Uhuru: Spooky Victorian Dolls and associated horror tropesSUPPORT OSN SHOWSThe  Audioverse AwardsDiscover PodsTHE ULTIMATE RPG GUIDE SERIESGet the Worldbuilding Guide!Get the Gameplay GuideGet the Backstory GuideGet the Micro RPG BookSkyjacks Setting Zine Volume 1Skyjacks AlbumJoin Our Mailing ListBuy A Different Bird Shirt

The Bargain Den
TBD EP 170: TTRPG Version of Ping Pong

The Bargain Den

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 30:10


Welcome welcome, Friends, to The Bargain Den! This week, we watched Winchester! It's about a spooky house that keeps getting spookier and housier. IMDB ...You can contact us at: TheBargainDenCast@gmail.com ...You can find The Lounge Kittens' rad music at: www.theloungekittens.com/ ...Become a supporter of this podcast: anchor.fm/the-bargain-den/support …You can find Sara Anastasia's work here: https://saraxstasia.bigcartel.com/ ...And if you want to start your own podcast, visit anchor.fm/start today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bargain-den/support

Scummy Mummies - Podcast
215: Kevin Mathurin on fatherhood, Emmerdale, and the humility of Boyzone

Scummy Mummies - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 39:06


Our guest for this episode is actor Kevin Mathurin! He tells us all about his first year as the resident vicar in Emmerdale. We discuss his former career as a dancer, and the time he was insulted by Kelis and the woman who is now his wife. Kev shares how being raised by a single mum got him where he is today, and the important lessons in humility he learned from Boyzone. We finish with some Scummy Mummy Confessions involving death and nudity. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! **SEE US LIVE!** We are back on tour! Coming soon to Clapham, Winchester, Bath, Brighton, Hunstanton, Stroud, and more... Book now! Visit scummymummies.com for dates and tickets. We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Don't Look Now
141 - The Winchester Mystery House

Don't Look Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 31:38


The Winchester Mansion, built more or less continuously by Sarah Winchester from 1886-1922 is a huge sprawling complex with with 40 bedrooms, 47 fire places, and quite a bit of surrounding mystery.  With no master plan the house has strange dead ends, doors that open onto nothing, and stairways that go nowhere.  It also is rumored to be filled with the spirits of those killed by the Winchester family's most famous product, the Winchester Rifle.

Tom Shattuck's Burn Barrel
The Word Is Actually Not Sachem, It's Psycho EP 371

Tom Shattuck's Burn Barrel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 52:30


Wild-eyed progressives continue to try to take all the fun out of life, most recently in Melrose where the schools want Halloween gone. Also, another cancel culture radical in Winchester has some very interesting friends. Turtleboy's article on Zeina Marchant: https://tbdailynews.com/meet-zeina-marchant-winchester-school-committee-member-and-the-driving-financial-backer-enabling-monica-cannon-grants-nonprofit-fraud Find us at www.burnbarrelpodcast.com Email us: burnbarrelpodcast@gmail.com Follow on Parler: @burnbarrelpodcast On Gab: @burnbarrelpodcast Facebook: facebook.com/burnbarrelpodcast And Twitter: @burnbarrelpod Rumble: rumble.com/c/burnbarrelpodcast YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCWhLuhtutKdCmbHaWuGg_YQ Follow Tom on Twitter: @tomshattuck You can follow Alice too: @aliceshattuck More Tom stuff at www.tomshattuck.com Tom's "Insta" as the zoomers say: www.instagram.com/tomwshattuck/ Join us at Locals: burnbarrel.locals.com (subscriber based) Join us at Patreon: www.patreon.com/burnbarrel (subscriber based) The opening theme music is called Divine Intervention by Matthew Sweet. The closing theme music to this podcast C'est La Vie by Derek Clegg. Excelsior

Cinema Chop Shop
S09E24 You‘ve got Red on You: Shaun of the Dead Watch Party

Cinema Chop Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 97:00


S09E24 You've got Red on You: Shaun of the Dead Watch Party - In part four of our annual October Horror series, the surviving members of the CCS party hold down the fort at the Winchester and chuckle along with this classic.

The Plaidcast Supernatural Rewatch
7.21- Reading is Fundamental

The Plaidcast Supernatural Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 111:57


In which we discuss the introduction of one of our favorite characters, the verb "to Winchester," the naming of Metatron, and Crazy Cas as an angelic incarnation of Ralph Waldo Emerson. SPOILERS for ALL seasons! Looking for earlier episodes? Find our back catalogue here: https://directory.libsyn.com/shows/view/id/theplaidcast We would love to hear from you! Email: theplaidcast@gmail.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/theplaidcast Please leave us a review on iTunes or Stitcher!

GUNS Magazine Podcast
#103 - How to Transition to a Red Dot Optic

GUNS Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 38:47


Red dot optics are the latest advancement in pistol sighting systems but if you're like us, you still have trouble finding the dot quickly. Firearms instructor Erick Gelhaus teaches students how to better use their red dot optic and shares great tips on how to get more comfortable with a pistol-mounted sight. Relevant Links: cougarmountainsolutions.com/blog Episode Sponsors:  The GUNS Magazine Podcast is presented by Hodgdon and supported by IMR.  Established in 1947, Hodgdon Powder Company has grown into the nation's largest supplier of smokeless, blackpowder and blackpowder substitute propellants. Distributed under the Hodgdon, IMR, Winchester, Ramshot, Accurate, Pyrodex, Triple Seven, Blackhorn 209 and GOEX brands, learn more about and shop Hodgdon powders at hodgdon.com. IMR strives to bring new and legendary powders to reloaders in a never-ending process of innovation. Whether you're reloading for your rifle, pistol, shotgun or muzzleloader IMR has a powder to fit your needs. Learn more at IMRPowder.com.  Read and subscribe to GUNS Magazine at gunsmagazine.com. 

Big Game Hunting Podcast
165: 270 vs 280 vs 280 AI vs 7mm Rem Mag Comparison

Big Game Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 35:39


In this episode we're going to talk about the 270 Winchester, the 280 Remington, the 280 Ackley Improved, and the 7mm Remington Magnum. All of those cartridges are very capable performers, though the 270 and 7mm Rem Mag are much more well known and widely used than the other two. In today's episode, I'm going to discuss the pros and cons of the 270 vs 280 Remington vs 280 Ackley Improved vs 7mm Remington Magnum so you can make an informed decision on which one is best for you. Article Referenced In Show: 270 vs 280 vs 280 Ackley Improved vs 7mm Rem Mag Show Notes: https://thebiggamehuntingblog.com/podcast/270-vs-280-vs-280-ai-vs-7mm-rem-mag/ Show Sponsor: Trusted my millions – HuntStand offers revolutionary mapping abilities, detailed weather information, national property ownership data for the United States AND Canada, Monthly Satellite Imagery, scouting camera management, 3d maps, ultra-high-resolution map printing services, and much more. Go to thebiggamehuntingblog.com/huntstand and use promo code BIGGAMEUNTER for 10% off your first year of HuntStand PRO. Hunting Guns 101: If you enjoy these cartridge comparison episodes, then you will Love Hunting Guns 101 because it's full of the same sort of information contained in these episodes, just with even more detail and analysis. Hunting Guns 101 is jam packed with useful information about practical ballistics and firearms in general that will help you be more successful afield and fill more tags on your hunts. Go to huntingguns101.com/form for instant access. What We Covered 1) History of the 270 Winchester, 280 Remington, 280 Ackley Improved, and 7mm Remington Magnum cartridges. 2) How the cartridges compare to each other in terms of external dimensions, trajectory, recoil, and accuracy. 3) Comparison ammo and rifle choices in each cartridge. 4) Pros and cons of hunting with each cartridge. Show Sponsor Are you in the market for a new hunting rifle? Be sure to purchase Hunting Guns 101 FIRST in order to fast-forward your understanding about the hunting guns and ammo you should consider for the type of hunting you plan on doing in the near future. This training will teach you what you need to know about practical ballistics and is guaranteed to be both a time and money saver going forward with future gear purchases. Go to huntingguns101.com/form and submit the order form to receive instant access or go to huntingguns101.com/order to learn more about the training.

2 Bookworms 1 Podcast
The Winchester Motel

2 Bookworms 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 62:55


Sign the guest book and stay for our listener's episode where we discuss The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James. Hopefully no one sees our Google searches after reading this one.

BEYOND BARRIERS
Episode 186: Building The Future You Deserve With Applied Materials' Susan Winchester

BEYOND BARRIERS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 38:42


Do you ever feel that you are not good enough at work? Well, you are not alone. All over the world, billions of people go to work every day feeling anxious, defensive, isolated, braced for attack, overwhelmed, uncertain that they're worthy. The good news is that there are actions you can take to disrupt those patterns so that you can build the future you deserve. Meet Susan Winchester, Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer for Applied Materials, whose passion is teaching and inspiring executives, leaders and professionals how to succeed by discovering greater self-acceptance, fulfillment and joy at work and in life. Susan shares her career journey and how learning to identify and address her limiting beliefs allowed her to step onto a conscious healing career path. Susan has more than 30 years of experience in HR providing executive leadership most recently as Head of HR for Rockwell Automation and prior to that in multiple leadership roles for the Kellogg Company. She continually looks to meet today's global business challenges with creative HR strategies that engage people, support a dynamic, inclusive corporate culture, and enable company exceptional performance. Susan is also the author of the book, Healing at Work: A Guide to Using Career Conflicts to Overcome Your Past and Build the Future You Deserve, with Martha I. Finney. In this episode, Susan shares why it is important to identify our limiting beliefs, the 3-step process to managing conflicts at work, and why self-acceptance is the key to creating a more joyful world for ourselves. Visit https://www.iambeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Susan. Highlights: [02:49] Susan's journey [05:23] Overcoming limiting beliefs [11::06] Three step process to managing a bumper car moment [15:04] Understanding our triggers and disrupting patterns [24:20] Teaching self-acceptance [28:03] Recognizing dysfunction [33:29] Susan's message to our listeners Quotes: “There is an opportunity to become aware of your limiting beliefs and disrupt past patterns and discharge that emotional energy in moments when you are triggered.” – Susan Winchester “You have a choice every day on whether your inner critic or inner coach will be in charge of your day.” - – Susan Winchester About Susan Winchester: Susan Schmitt Winchester is the Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer for Applied Materials, a Fortune 200 Silicon Valley company, and its more than 24,000 global employees. She has more than 30 years of experience in HR providing executive leadership most recently as Head of HR for Rockwell Automation and prior to that in multiple leadership roles for the Kellogg Company. She continually looks to meet today's global business challenges with creative HR strategies that engage people, support a dynamic, inclusive corporate culture, and enable company exceptional performance. Her passion is teaching and inspiring executives, leaders and professionals how to succeed by discovering greater self-acceptance, fulfillment and joy at work and in life. Susan is also the author of the book, Healing at Work: A Guide to Using Career Conflicts to Overcome Your Past and Build the Future You Deserve, with Martha I. Finney. Additionally, Susan is a fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources—the highest professional honor for leaders in HR. She serves as a Board member for the HR Policy Association and on the Executive Committee of the Peer Roundtable for CHROs. She is Vice Chair, Leadership Advisory Board to the Dean of Engineering, College of Engineering at the University of Michigan. And Susan is a member of the Forbes HR Council. Links: Website: https://www.susanjschmitt.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanschmittwinchester/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healingatwork/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HealingAtWork

Gun Talk
Should You Buy Reloaded Ammo?; Is The Timney Trigger Glock Trigger OK for EDC?; Converting A 25-20 Winchester to .357 Magnum: Gun Talk Radio | 10.10.21 After Show

Gun Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 34:19


In this hour: - Is it smart to buy reloaded ammunition? - A caller wonders about using a Timney trigger for concealed carry, even though the maker says it's for competition only. - A once-common practice -- Converting a .25-20 Winchester lever action to .357 Magnum. Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 10.10.21 After Show