Defrauded - the Duggar podcast - just did a deep dive on Paul and Morgan.
She confided in you. Telling your brother is a way to express to your SIL that you’re not trustworthy and don’t value your relationship.
Moreover, there’s nothing morally wrong with being a prostitute. The podcast Criminal recently did an episode interviewing prostitutes if you want a better understanding of why educated women, who are mentally sane and capable of many things, CHOOSE to go into prostitution.
It's important to remember that large parts of the USSR were absolutely ravaged by the Second World War, and the economy was in shambles, a consequence of the war which the United States avoided. This certainly contributed to food shortages, which were likely compounded by the USSR's relative isolation on the global stage compared to NATO, which entered the Cold War with the economic backing of the United States. If you were, in fact, referring to the Ukrainian Famine of 1932-33, it is extremely likely that it was caused by poor crop yields, a slow recognition of the potential for famine, and landowner "scorched earth" retaliations to collectivization. I usually recommend listening to this on that subject.
You should listen to the Partners episode they were on:
(Link for Google, or just search on your given podcast app)
There is a literal podcast about Chomsky's view on JP.
Why is nobody talking about biochar?
Legitimately, we could become carbon negative THIS YEAR and get back down to 350 ppm in a few decades if this was done at scale with organic waste streams.
The music sample in the video, "Acoustic Picking 18" is also the intro and outro for Mike Duncan's most excellent "The History of Rome Podcast". See if you like it. He certainly got better as he got more experience(and better recording equipment)
There is an LGBTQ podcast on NPR called Nancy. The presenters are both Asian American. In this episode one of the presenters, Kathy, goes back to her home country of Taiwan.
Her experience with her Mom sounds very much like what your partner is going through. It might not be of much help but if her mother listened to it she might connect more hearing an experience from an Asian culture from the daughters point of view
The Happiness Lab has been a breath durring these times. Just listened to the gratitude episode today. Made my day a little brighter.
They seem to be uploading episodes on podcasting apps earlier than their youtube/website so make sure you subscribe in your podcast app to keep up!
I live for the new season it's everything. Macaroni X Cheese 🤭
Speaking of conspiracy theories, this guy says Queen Elizabeth was involved in Kurt Cobain's death.
The most recent episode of Behind the Bastards was about this guy.
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try this one:
St. Louis came out on top in the end because the first wave had more of an impact than the second wave.
Here's a podcast from NPR that covered it well https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5ucHIub3JnLzUxMDMyNS9wb2RjYXN0LnhtbA&ep=14&episode=MTM5NjcxNDMtNWNmZi00MmQ0LWE3ZTctNTg0YjdhOTZlNjFl
A great podcast with a infectious disease specialist. He confirms that in Italy they are having to decide who to let die and who to save and they are no longer screening hospital staff as they're so desperate
Ok, I know not all landlords are equal, and there are definitely some really greedy, shitty people out there, but planet money actually did an episode that really puts the whole thing into perspective. It's not exactly smooth sailing for them right now...
I can give you bready Game podcasts!
Jim Sterling's podcast with Laura K Buzz and Miracle of Sound,
Let's Fight A Boss, lots of fun and has a hard stance on Workers Rights and industry bullshit, stands out because they really are doing it for the love of it
Any Blockers, the podcast of the UK games workers Union. One day they'll get real microphones. They discuss things that happen to game workers that really only people in Union spheres seem to know about
-Big on the teleology of history, a lot of meaty talk on peoples history, social movements
- HATES big pharma!
- Constantly talks in spiritual metaphor: light, dark, truth, pain, love ..
-Big on restorative justice
- Hates the neutrality of the Democrats, far left in. Critical of institutionalised religion.
- Former Hippy activist boomer who these days lectures at Yale Divinity
Pints with Aquinas, the podcast by Matthew Fradd, has been a really accessible way to explore the Summa. In particular, this question was the subject of Episode 39
It's hosted by Marc Evan Jackson. He plays Shawn.
I think this is the actual podcast episode where the handshake is discussed
It's out if you want to give it a listen: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9yc3MuYWNhc3QuY29tL2phYWNrbWFhdGVzaGFwcHlob3Vy&episode=YmE0N2ZlNzctODJjMC00YzVmLTgxYzYtNzk0ZTE5OTM4NjNl&pe=1&ep=6&at=1558538124364
He'll keep donating throughout his lifetime starting now. I would strongly suggest listening to this podcast on how he's planning to donate to various projects he believes in.
Check out this podcast episode with a forensic audio analyst. He goes into quite a bit of detail about things he looks for in a recording.
really terrible article. They never mention Gene Sharp or that these efforts were CIA funded, astroturf campaigns, and barely acknowledges that these "color 'revolutions'" mostly served as counter-revolutions against communism. Individualistic demonstrations that helped open these countries up to capital. Also, I understand it, it simply means 3.5% actively protesting and so on, can overthrow their government. I cannot imagine this would be nearly sufficient to maintain a mass movement or actual revolutionary vigor, as so many of those countries have not done well over time, due to the failures of their movements.
please do not read this article as a substantive analysis of building a new governing principle or body, that 3.5% number is only useful in determining a critical mass to overthrow the existing system.
Interesting take from Darrell Cronk, Wells Fargo Wealth & Investment Management CIO on Bloomberg:
>"History tells us over and over again, if you look at the 13 big waterfall declines since 1929, 9 of those 13 have retested or broken the low on an average 2 months later after the initial decline. So history tells us, the deeper the decline, the higher the bounce, which we've got the last three days, and then the deeper the retest."
Full interview here at 33:00 https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLmJsb29tYmVyZy5mbS9CTE0yNTYxNTgxNzY5&episode=MjU0MTA4NDItNWQ2YS0xMWVhLTg3NTktM2YwZWI1M2Y3NTE4&hl=en&ved=2ahUKEwjHgeGP68LoAhVuHzQIHRHkBJ8QieUEegQIBRAG&ep=6
The Economist article on Sanders, one of the most scathing I've read from a (relatively) mainstream source, is on the Editor's Picks podcast if you want to give it a listen.
It's not that simple. Planet money has an episode on that
OMG this is adorable
I would love a photoshoot or collab or something when they can!!
also here’s the podcast/mention
At the 6:00 mark
I'm sorry, 166 the antipathetic polygamist
Don't know where your degree in immunology comes from, but this actual immunologist who studies coronaviruses specifically says there's a good chance everyone will in fact get this, there's no reason to believe they won't. He also says there's zero reason to believe herd immunity is viable at this time. No proof.
If you guys aren't aware, the latest episode of the Trashfuture podcast that talks a little bit about the reasoning behind the types of people who are Warren stans and how they relate to Hillary stans in 2016 (because they're more or less the same people). You can listen to it here
Here's a link
If you’d like a working hypothesis on why the two groups behave the way they do, might I interest you in moral foundations theory. I won’t declare the matter settled, but it’s the most plausible explanation for the very real differences between the left and right that I’ve ever come across. And, it’s important to note that there are very real psychological differences between liberals and conservatives that exist independently of hypothetical explanations.
It’s important to understand that the moral foundations are intuitions, which we then rationalize post hoc. So when a Trump supporter won’t acknowledge that their dear leader did a bad thing, it’s their innate respect for authority and in-group loyalty that blinds them to the possibility of criminal malfeasance. Basically, each foundation is a source of cognitive bias, and it’s better to only have two sources (in the case of liberals) than 5 sources (in the case of conservatives) if you want to make more rational political choices.
There are a few good podcast and ressources available on stress management in ems. This one is a good place to start!
You can search for michael lauria, he did some great work on the subject. There are a few podcasts and articles on emcrit by him.
The boxed breathing technique is one of the techniques he talks about in there as well.
Terry Gross interviewed an author about his withdrawal - motorcycle accident. He came to realize that no one knows anything about weaning people off drugs, that the level of ignorance is shocking.
Someday, humans will look back on this time as barbaric and profoundly sad. I say look back on because I do believe a cure will be found, just not on the path we are on now.
I guess I should also, more importantly, link to the helpful and healthy podcast by John Delin and Natasha H Parker 🤦🏼♀️
NXIVM is an org presenting itself as a lifestyle group for people who want to be successful in business and art. Beneath all the group-affirmation and self-actualization seminars is a super duper weird cult. Its founder, Keith Rainere, claimed to be a reincarnated Jewish freedom fighter who died in WWII, and he told most of his inner circle that they're reincarnated Nazis who can only redeem their souls by having sex with him.
There is also another layer, DOS, with strong master/slave elements. The final ritual to enter into DOS is to get branded (via a surgical cauterizing tool) with a symbol that forms the initials of Rainere and Allison Mack.
There's an excellent podcast called CBC Uncover, and the whole first season is about NXIVM, mostly featuring interviews with an actor who got out, but still has her branding scar to prove it.
Got a source there chief?
Edit: here's my take
I hear a lot of talk about "the lockdown".
Anything at this point is rumor and anyone that "heard from a friend" or a "source" in government is full of it.
If you want a good idea of what's coming here, look at Washington state. Their timeline is about 15 days ahead of ours, and the responses are pretty similar. We are right now where they were at about the beginning of March. That said, we have their mistakes to learn from so we will most likely move on a quicker timeline than they have.
As far as compulsory isolation ("lockdown") the federal government historically has little to do with that (see San Francisco's Chinatown Black death outbreaks). Pennsylvania has no specific law for Mass compulsory isolation that I've been able to find, only for individual cases. That doesn't mean they can't do it though, just that there's no clear path to do it at this time.
Tldr: the federal government probably won't but still could make compulsory isolation (quarantine), but it's typically a more local decision. Washington State and other places worse off than us havn't instituted compulsory isolation yet so it's probably a ways off for us too.
Partial source: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLnRydW1wY29ubGF3LmNvbS9UcnVtcENvbkxhdw&episode=cHJ4XzY2X2U4YzJkZGFjLTI2MzAtNDM4Mi1iM2Y1LTgyNmM4ZjYwNTk3YQ
Matt Shea wants to create a white ethnostate and is willing to start a war to get it. Don't let the Nazi off by mentioning something relatively light (Malheur involvement) compared to his other horrors. The man's been part of cross burnings and now he's trying to play it off like his Holy War camp is about the 2nd amendment. He's also a public holocaust denier.
Here's a 30 min podcast on him: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5zcHJlYWtlci5jb20vc2hvdy8yOTA5Mjg1L2VwaXNvZGVzL2ZlZWQ&episode=aHR0cDovL2FwaS5zcHJlYWtlci5jb20vZXBpc29kZS8xODU0ODkzMA
Casefile has a good podcast on this subject too.
Yep! Any podcast player should have it too. Here it is on google
I will strongly recommend the Revolutions Podcast by Mike Duncan. 9th season is all about Mexican revolution. The narrative is great.
The Argument - Death to the Meritocracy with Andrew Yang
Härligt med en logiker, jag är själv sån. Ibland behöver dock spektrat av empiri breddas över ens egna förföreställningar.
Listened to Preet Bharara's podcast on this, and they (Preet and Ann Milgram) say that Mueller was probably saying that the Justice Department opinion says that it is unconstitutional, not that Mueller believed it. Preet's podcast is, IMO, best one out there. https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9yc3MuYXJ0MTkuY29tL3N0YXktdHVuZWQtd2l0aC1wcmVldA&episode=Z2lkOi8vYXJ0MTktZXBpc29kZS1sb2NhdG9yL1YwL014RnVENGhiZnRaZmF2NmR1R1o0UE1qZ2U0SFQzNExqRWhGblBiejdOTlE&at=1559319244634
Dude listen to rabbit hole podcast on Spotify. Trust me my guy, you will identify hard with it. (NYT Pod)
On google for free
Listen to the NYT "The Daily" podcast today. Case study. It was ultimately steroid treatments that helped reverse things. Teen tested positive for Covid antibodies. Rash, fever, said it felt like he'd been "injected with fire."
Check your blood pressure. If it's low, chances are that's what you're dealing with.
So MLs don't like the term Stalinist, and you may or may not get the gist behind why, but if it's not too much to ask (after you've already done the reading), I'd recommend a couple podcast episodes...cuz it takes a while to explain the nebulous ideology behind "Stalinist regime" and any attempt to meet that concern.
The first is from RevLeft Radio, they do a deep dive critique (from an ML perspective) of the Soviet Union under Stalin
The second is from Red Menace, a sister podcast to RevLeft. It explains some points in State and Rev that I think is too difficult to get in to on a reddit thread
I started off as an ancom, vvv skeptical of "Stalinism" (as do all modern American leftists I feel), but I saw my perspective changing as I put things in proper contexts. I hope this helps, it'll definitely do more than me trying to explain anything lol
There's a podcast where the guy who played Rigs breaks down a lot of what went down. Sounded like Damon was being a diva. Also he apparently found out he was killed off in a shitty way....
I tend not to look at PFF grades, or base any arguments off them, but their stat charting is incredibly useful. Here's what they have to say about Becton:
> Louisville’s offense this past season was extremely run and play action heavy. Among PFF’s top five tackles, Becton’s 73 true pass sets were 40 fewer than anyone else. On the flip side, his 8 pressures allowed though on those true pass sets were the most.
Compare this to Thomas or Wills, who both have 2+ years of quality play under their belt in the SEC (Thomas gave up one sack this year), or Wirfs, who is a solid prospect who played under Ferentz, who puts quality OL in the NFL every year. There are questions about all three, but at worst, Wills is a RT, and Thomas and Wirfs can kick inside to guard. Becton cannot play guard. If he can't play tackle, he's unplayable, and the likelihood of this happening is much higher than the other three because he doesn't have the experience they do. There's no doubt his ceiling is up there with the other 3, but because he doesn't have the college production, his floor is lower.
The Stick To Football podcast, which is probably the best draft podcast out there, gave a good brief overview of the top 5 OTs this week. It's definitely worth a listen starting at 23:22. They put into words what I'm trying to explain way better than I can.
Anyone on the fence between the 2 should listen to this episode of the podcast The Dollop. Biden is either too weak to compete with Trump, or a complete piece of shit.
One of Singapore leading disease experts has mentioned despite aggressive contact tracing, it doesn't catch all the cases. There will be definitely infected who they will missed.
Their health minister has also stated, despite all these protocols and measures, they still are predicting there will be a potential increase of cases.
Someone's goin to hell, and someone's goin to jail, and I'm all right with the Lord
It is covered in this podcast
We are responsible to one another, after all. See Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologica Question 33 on Fraternal Correction.
Link to the text
Pints With Aquinas episode
Spoiler Alert: It was a Neo-Nazi.
Edit: I highly recommend the Sally Yates interview with Chuck Rosenbergon The Oath podcast.
Mark O Madsen had a great UFC debut last night. But his greatest feat can be heard at 1:27:20 https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL2pvZXJvZ2FuZXhwLmpvZXJvZ2FuLmxpYnN5bnByby5jb20vcnNz&episode=ZWVlOTc3N2MxMTM4YTJlNmViYjcyMmI3MjRiYjYwMzk&hl=da&ep=6&at=1569799978222
No wonder War Machine is the way he is, lol.
This podcast is probably the best advice anyone could give. Order 66 Podcast Episode 108
Where is that name? The name I see in iTunes and Google Podcasts is way worse: "Why 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang doesn't want to break up Google"!
Great Dollop on the origin story of the KKK for those interested:
Trump Episode 1
Trump Episode 2
Judge for yourself.
Here's a podcast he was on discussing it. Very interesting. Katherine Murphy is a great host!
This is one tge worst ideas I've seen posted here. Listen to this podcast and have patience. Everyone in this sub is immaturely freaking out about the foundation because they can't buy lambos yet, it's pathetic.
I know it's not a book, but for those interested: a podcast called "The Dollop" did an episode on him. It's entertaining, but unfortunately, the audio isn't great; it's a live episode.
edit: some nsfw language in the podcast
Check this out. It was on npr last night. Maybe it will help you build some empathy.
Highly recommend Crime Junkie Podcast.
Israel keys: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5tZWdhcGhvbmUuZm0vQURMOTg0MDI5MDYxOQ&ep=14&episode=ZWFhZWFjZTgtNGI0MC0xMWU5LWE4NmYtYjc3MjEwZTNlOGQx
Have you listened to Kelton's appearance on the EKS to discuss MMT (alongside Jason Furman)?
To be honest, after hearing that episode, listening to similar discussions on other shows, and reading up on the topic, I still don't quite 'get it'. Specifically, if the arguments made by MMT are so rational / logical / obvious, why are they only gaining credence now? What has changed about our facts (or our understanding of those facts) to call our past understanding of monetary and fiscal policy into question?
Since you did such a great job articulating Mazzucato's thesis upthread, want to give MMT a shot, too? :)
Its called Cotards delusion. I don't have it, but it's a thing.
Here's a podcast https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5tZWdhcGhvbmUuZm0vc3R1ZmZ0b2Jsb3d5b3VybWluZA&ep=14&episode=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5wb2R0cmFjLmNvbS9wdHMvcmVkaXJlY3QubXAzL3BvZGNhc3RzLmhvd3N0dWZmd29ya3MuY29tL2hzdy9wb2RjYXN0cy9zY2llbmNlbGFiLzIwMTYt...
Feel better soon
this is the link that still works of the podcast that may be what Scheana was talking about
The Rounders Podcast has a good episode about this
Their story is pretty hilarious to be honest. Have a listen to Stuff You Should Know's/iHeart's podcast about them...
Apparently to this day their hometown is still devided between Adidas peeps and Puma peeps. And the mayor makes an effort to wear both brands.
Ive been sharing this a lot
Breaks the whole virus thing wide open.
Podcast tells you about vaccines. Please listen. Story at 45min Quick piece about vaccines 1hr 20
Hey, thanks for the interest! I've done 5 episodes so far, with more coming. I'll put the link to the different podcast channels on here.....
Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9jYzg5ODYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz
An interesting listen
Planet Money podcast #991: Lives Vs. The Economy
There's a 99pi episode on this.
RadioLab is one of my favorites! They cover a pretty wide variety of topics in different episodes so there's something for almost everyone
Oh my fucking god, listen to the behind the bastards episode. The disaster is unbelievable, and I believe DuPont walked away with no issues after being responsible for a huge amount of deaths.
It's a satirical account ran by a guy called Andrew Doyle. Heres a link to Joe Rogan podcast with him as the guest :)
Ik dacht altijd het is het een of het ander. Nu denk ik dat er iets anders over.
Hier is een podast in het engels die hier ook over praat:
money for the rest of us; J. David Stein
Market Timing Versus Time in the Market
Why most investors practice both market timing and time in the market. Why it is okay to reduce stock exposure given the coronavirus pandemic threat.
They talk about the Cody Hodgson trade at Ep 12. Sounds like AV griped to Kesler about how entitled Cody sounded just before the 10 minute mark.
Apple doesn't seem to have it updated yet. Here's the announcement on Google Podcast.
Planet Money recently did an episode about this: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cubnByLm9yZy9yc3MvcG9kY2FzdC5waHA_aWQ9NTEwMjg5&episode=YmE4MDYzOTItNWY5Yi00MWQwLWI5OWEtYjIxNmQwM2ZlYmU5
Yeah, premium vodka is marketing fiction, the whole point of vodka is to taste nothing.
Yeah, he (& Liz) do a podcast that details the Epstein/CIA/everyone connections
Hey guys, nurse here. Sorry, but Covid-19 isn't killing by cytokine storm. It's just killing by normal old acute respiratory distress and organ failure. Our immune suppressants aren't going to help us with this one.
Tl;dr - a couple of emergency medicine/critical care physicians talking about how to manage Covid-19 patients. In the conversation, they emphasize repeatedly that steroids are not being recommended for use in these cases because it appears that steroids don't help and instead prolong the duration of the illness.
Sorry for the bad news!
They do a good job explaining some reasons/theories why time speeds up as we age.
According to the recent Android Developer Backstage podcast episode Pixel 4 samples touch at 120Hz. That's reasonable because I've upgraded from 3XL to 4XL and the display on 4XL is much more responsive.
This gives a good insight into their investment strategy. Still listening myself.... but they are heavily invested in Israel. $MVIS connections there? Didn’t Primesense start there?
Planet Microcap Podcast - with guest Taylor Frigon CEO
Oh boy do I have the episode for you then: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9yc3MuYXJ0MTkuY29tL2NvbmFuLW9icmllbg&episode=Z2lkOi8vYXJ0MTktZXBpc29kZS1sb2NhdG9yL1YwL0dYZ1c1SWdvU253RXVrR2pJOWtleG5iU3FLak1BTF9Oc2F4eHlPZ2VISDA
I'd highly recommend you listen to MaRo explain R&D's model for creating a perceived rise in power level while minimizing power creep in general. They will deliberately power down certain mechanics in one set in order to make the bump back in future sets seem bigger than they really are. The empowering of green in ELD actually would thus provide reason to believe that it will get less powerful cards in the Theros, not maintain the same level of power.
Sure, there's no sure way of knowing if this was their plan until the set is spoiled, but it wouldn't be surprising to me at all after hearing him so recently talk about power level this way and after seeing evidence that this model is in use currently (ie: there were 0 equipment in WAR, only 1 in M20, but a push forward in equipment in ELD with stuff like Embercleave)
this podcast talks about it in depth
Remember moments of desolation are not a bad thing. They are part of your spiritual walk. Keep loving God and pushing through them. You'll eventually come to a place of consolation. This is a good podcast from Roy Schoeman on the topic.
Satan represents rebellion against tyranny, freedom, knowledge, empowerment, and is a damn cool guy.
There's a great quick video about Baphomet here.
And there are plenty of things that we do that are religious: we have gatherings, perform rituals, and some consider activism a type of worship.
I recommend checking out the FAQ on the website (link in the sub menu) for more detail. Check out some of the posts here and listen to Black Mass Appeal if you want some in depth discussion on these topics!
You might enjoy this podcast episode. Although she is poly she talks a lot about dating or seeing people casually. Not sure of any groups sorry!
You need to listen to this podcast episode: https://podcasts.google.com?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9yc3MuYXJ0MTkuY29tL3VubGFkeWxpa2U&episode=Z2lkOi8vYXJ0MTktZXBpc29kZS1sb2NhdG9yL1YwL09GTVRkeUVBbEVEYU1Cem85TVEzc3JnMlBZUVNzQ19RZHg1akdWbXE0Tms
The title is "How to be a bad Mom" but it's about ambivalent motherhood, which sounds like how you feel. Just in case the link doesn't work, the podcast is "Unladylike". You're definitely not alone.
BiggerPockets just had a podcast with an investor in Detroit making this work very well for herself.
Se tema, sekarang sandiwara Kos-kosan Gayam ada di google podcast, meski kebanyakan rerun. Kemarin dulu nemu koleksi full di google drive, tapi lupa dibookmark.