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Amanda Wray on Her Case Against the Scottsdale School Board

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 5 d ago

Amanda Wray on Her Case Against the Scottsdale School Board

"I am so pleased to welcome to the show Amanda ray, she is a Scottsdale mom who is now suing the school board for compiling a very, very creepy dossier about her and other parents in that school district who were fighting back against mandates who get CRT against all of the things that we rail about rail against on this show. Amanda ray, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Good morning, Andrew. Well, good morning to you as well. And you're in the Phoenix area. You are, you have chosen to take a bold stand and to fight back, we just had this story that broke this morning that despite assurances from Merrick Garland that parents were not being surveilled. They were not being labeled domestic terrorists or under investigation by the FBI for opposing such things as mandates. We now know that's not true. There's a whistleblower who has come forward and has shared that information with Jim Jordan, congressman Jim Jordan. Out of Ohio, we now know that that's actually happened in dozens of cases. You are a mom that's fighting back. It's very public. There was a whole press conference last week. You were joined by Dylan law group and Charlie Kirk was standing behind you as well. As well, what's going on here? Are you worried that you're on a watch list? You know, at this point, hearing this news, it's shocking, but I guess I wouldn't be surprised. It's amazing to me that what started in August of 2020 when we were just going to board meetings and asking for in person education for our children and to prioritize kids when we knew that they weren't at risk for COVID. We were met with such resistance and come to find out we were being surveilled by a school board member, his father, and there's even evidence that they were colluding with the school district in order to monitor our social media and to track our comments. And appearances aren't everything, but I don't really fit the bill of a domestic terrorist. I don't have a parking ticket on my record. So to be, it sounds outlandish, but I wouldn't be surprised if somewhere there's a tag on me

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Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man

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Libby Emmons: Gerrymander Pushes Some NY Primaries to Late August

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Libby Emmons: Gerrymander Pushes Some NY Primaries to Late August

President Nixon's Big Golden Mistake

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:17 min | 3 weeks ago

President Nixon's Big Golden Mistake

"Okay, so my $64,000 question is why did the Richard Nixon do it? They did it by mistake. They didn't mean to go off of it, but there was a mild recession. Nixon was coming up for reelection. They had this mistaken belief that they devalued the dollar. That would improve our trade balance. That would goose up the economy. And so they went off in August of 1971. They what they called close the gold window. Because of bogus economic thinking. Which dominated sadly, much of the economic profession. They like to think they can do things better than an impersonal force like gold. So they went off of it. They made a half baked attempt to go back on it, but no one was really willing to make the effort to do it. So it just sort of fell apart in the early 1970s. Ronald Reagan wanted to go back on the gold standard, but no one around him, except for the handful of exceptions, most of the economists said no. You can't do it. And he knew that if he didn't have the support of an intellectual support, it wouldn't happen. And it didn't happen.

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What Will Democrats Try to Do to Lessen the Blow of Midterm Elections?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

What Will Democrats Try to Do to Lessen the Blow of Midterm Elections?

"So we need to ask ourselves the question, what are Democrats going to try to do coming into November to try and let's say lessen the upcoming loss? I think they know they're going to lose. I think they know the American people are not with them. But that doesn't mean they're just going to accept it. And one of the things I believe they're going to try to do, and this is something to keep your eye on, is not that they're going to try to actually, you know, they're not going to, let's say, unleash something or release it, but they're going to change their messaging. I think specifically around COVID. I would not be surprised around July or August, that you start to see Democrats start to get back into a COVID hysteria posture. Very well could be that they want April May and June and most of July to kind of be going back to how things were. Returned and nostalgia, a mask free indoor dining, let's say, malls are open type America. But if I were the Democrats, and if I was sinister, if I was cruel, if I only cared about power and I was a naked machiavellian, what I would do then in late July and early August is I would, as soon as a certain date hits, let's say July 20th or July 25th, when the news cycle gets very slow, I would push a button and all of a sudden I would get people fearful again. COVID cases are on the rise. Here's the total amount of deaths or whatever sort of metric because because of the abundance of metrics of the ways that we measure COVID, whether it be deaths or whether it be cases or whether it be all these things. They can find a specific number that might be accelerating even though the general trend might be tapering, focus on that trend and make a big deal out of it.

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Julie Kelly: The FBI Informant & Undercover Agent in Gov. Whitmer Case

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

Julie Kelly: The FBI Informant & Undercover Agent in Gov. Whitmer Case

"Julie you said something fascinating there that the men didn't know each other So it's kind of hard when you say I mean again you've been all over the January 6th case And without you I mean it without you forget if the fake news would have dominated You have done more to open people's eyes here But regarding this case how can it be a plot started with the men if the men didn't know each other before the source tied them all together Kind of confusing though It really isn't It was fascinating Dan to listen to this trial And I have several pieces dating back to last fall talking about the entrapment case But the fact that in fact at one point the FBI handler commends the main informant who by the way was paid at least $60,000 for putting this group together and helping to execute this slot commend him at one point saying look at you bringing people together In fact by August of 2020 this ban that they stitched together wanted to break up because one guy didn't like this guy didn't trust that guy You have one guy who is from Delaware You've got a guy from Michigan a couple of guys from Michigan And so they urged their FBI informants No you've got to keep this group together We need to keep moving forward Then they introduced another undercover agent who was an explosives expert they said who brought a video to show the man to get them all gender how they could blow up a bridge by Whitmer's house the video had been produced by the FBI There was a single angle of this plot that did not have the FBI's fingerprints all over us and God bless us during western Michigan They saw right through it not a single conviction complete humiliation for this Justice Department and FBI for what they did to these innocent men and quite frankly did to the country and to Trump's presidential campaign in the home stretch of the 2020 election

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Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. About this time every year, people complain about the clocks because we spring forward one hour for daylight saving time. We love it in the summer months, but our bodies hate adjusting to the clock. But I remember back in the day, when we didn't switch for daylight saving time. In fact, if you've heard the news, the Senate has passed a bill to impart permanent daylight saving time. That won't happen until next year. So in theory, we'll fall back in the fall, then spring forward next year and then be done in the clock will never change again. The one problem, it was tried in the past. Back in 1973 74, we leaped forward to daylight saving time and the clock didn't change, and come January of 74. I was walking to junior high school in the pitch black, because the sun didn't come up till after 7 o'clock. By August of that year, we'd gone back to standard time and daylight saving time, because the experiment didn't work. Well, here we are almost 50 years later, and we're going to try it again. I can't tell you what's right or what's wrong. Which time we should be on. But the one thing my body can't keep switching the clock, because I need my sleep. I'm getting old.

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Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. About this time every year, people complain about the clocks because we spring forward one hour for daylight saving time. We love it in the summer months, but our bodies hate adjusting to the clock. But I remember back in the day, when we didn't switch for daylight saving time. In fact, if you've heard the news, the Senate has passed a bill to impart permanent daylight saving time. That won't happen until next year. So in theory, we'll fall back in the fall, then spring forward next year and then be done in the clock will never change again. The one problem, it was tried in the past. Back in 1973 74, we leaped forward to daylight saving time and the clock didn't change, and come January of 74. I was walking to junior high school in the pitch black, because the sun didn't come up till after 7 o'clock. By August of that year, we'd gone back to standard time and daylight saving time, because the experiment didn't work. Well, here we are almost 50 years later, and we're going to try it again. I can't tell you what's right or what's wrong. Which time we should be on. But the one thing my body can't keep switching the clock, because I need my sleep. I'm getting old.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings One Hour Next Year Senate August One Problem January Of 74 After 7 O'clock Almost 50 Years Later ONE 1973 74 That Year
Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. About this time every year, people complain about the clocks because we spring forward one hour for daylight saving time. We love it in the summer months, but our bodies hate adjusting to the clock. But I remember back in the day, when we didn't switch for daylight saving time. In fact, if you've heard the news, the Senate has passed a bill to impart permanent daylight saving time. That won't happen until next year. So in theory, we'll fall back in the fall, then spring forward next year and then be done in the clock will never change again. The one problem, it was tried in the past. Back in 1973 74, we leaped forward to daylight saving time and the clock didn't change, and come January of 74. I was walking to junior high school in the pitch black, because the sun didn't come up till after 7 o'clock. By August of that year, we'd gone back to standard time and daylight saving time, because the experiment didn't work. Well, here we are almost 50 years later, and we're going to try it again. I can't tell you what's right or what's wrong. Which time we should be on. But the one thing my body can't keep switching the clock, because I need my sleep. I'm getting old.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings One Hour Next Year Senate August One Problem January Of 74 After 7 O'clock Almost 50 Years Later ONE 1973 74 That Year
Russia Ukraine War Animal Shelter-Shelter Intro an

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Russia Ukraine War Animal Shelter-Shelter Intro an

"While refugees keep crossing into Poland from Ukraine an organization has set up a shelter for pets stranded in the chaos of war this is Taurus foundation and Sasha Winkler giving these animals a home nobody think about it the everybody thing alive from anybody the same life as a human they're getting help from volunteers like Sonya Mortensen dissing cleaning and helping the talks she says these animals are very stressed some of them are a street dogs to have never been in human hands and other ones are family dogs and that is just left and sometimes with a letter and but the ride we hope we can find out dogs and cats again can you very emotional because this is Winkler says it's the same case with pets as people escaping war supplies are hard to find the one thing August food and cat food because around the world that Iraqi will so does nothing of this volunteers are also supplying food to deliver to animals in Ukraine I'm a Donahue

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Who Is Jason Jones From Stream.org?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Jason Jones From Stream.org?

"Jason Jones welcome. I admire you greatly and it's so exciting to hear you like me very much. I was getting nervous. Thank you. You know I was getting nervous. I was about to I like you so much that I almost said, I hate your guts. And that's my ultimate love language when I insult people publicly. But you I met you, I guess sort of through John's mirek, didn't I? The great John. And that's one of the reasons I love you, 'cause you love John. And but I realized you're one of those people, I'm not sure how to introduce you to my audience. You've written many pieces for the stream, just like John, streamed out org stream dot org stream dot org, you had a piece out this past week about kind of giving us context on the Ukraine. So I want to talk to you about that. Sure. But before that, how do you describe yourself and don't be falsely humbled because we don't have time for that? Well, I run a human rights organization, our mission is to defend the vulnerable from violence and through that I make movies. Here's my latest movie divided hearts of America on Fox nation with the great Benjamin Watson. And so people will describe me as a filmmaker. I write with John smyrk and write at the stream, but really my obsession is to stand between the vulnerable and the violence. I'm addled by the thought of children from the child in the womb to children in east turkestan suffering violence. So right now my organization since August, we've evacuated thousands of vulnerable Christians and hazara and other minorities from Afghanistan, who distributed food, four months of food and coal to over 300,000. Minorities in Afghanistan and for the past two weeks, we've been also we've added Ukraine. So we've rescued 5000 Ukrainians, and we have caravan. We've now owned about 50 vehicles that are traveling 24 hours a day with volunteers switching off, taking time to sleep.

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MLB pushes labor-deal deadline to Tuesday for March 31 start

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

MLB pushes labor-deal deadline to Tuesday for March 31 start

"Progress was made during yesterday's marathon bargaining sessions between MLB and the Players Association which lasted until two thirty this morning but they still remain far apart when it comes to dollar amounts including the luxury tax bonus pool for pre arbitration players and how much to raise the minimum salary the sides did agree to expand the post season from ten to twelve teams rather than the fourteen MLB had hoped for not since the end of August two thousand two is baseball come this close to losing regular season games to labor strife I'm Julie Walker

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Mike Gallagher Shares That His Son Is Doing 'Really Well'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Mike Gallagher Shares That His Son Is Doing 'Really Well'

"Got to spend some great quality time with my two members of my family over the weekend and the Dallas Fort Worth area. My son, Trevor, who was, you know, last August in a terrible automobile accident with tons of injuries, numerous broken bones, shattered legs, shattered arm, had to kind of learn how to walk again. And he is doing really well. He went to see the lyric stage production of ragtime Saturday night in downtown Dallas at the majestic theater, an absolute brilliant production. It was so strong, it's one of my favorite musicals anyway. Tells the story of America at the turn of the century and Harry Houdini and. The genre of ragtime and racial strife and tension and the gosh did they do a great

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Last Afghan refugees leave NJ base after chaotic evacuation

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Last Afghan refugees leave NJ base after chaotic evacuation

"The last of the Afghan refugees left a New Jersey military base Saturday for the next phase of their new lives in America most settled and established Afghan communities in northern Virginia and the surrounding DC area as well as northern California and Texas it started in August as Afghanistan fell to the Taliban the U. S. took in seventy six thousand fleeing the country with help from organizations like Lutheran immigration and refugee service headed by crucial matter of the garage this mission isn't over a

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Thomas Friedman Showed Love for Communist China in August 2008

Mark Levin

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Thomas Friedman Showed Love for Communist China in August 2008

"Now Friedman is praised communist China's power to get things done before in August 27th 2008 column writes news busters During the Summer Olympics back then hosted by Beijing just as the winner Olympics are now hosted by Beijing he praised the concentrated state power of China China did not build a magnificent 43 billion infrastructure for these games or put it on the unparalleled opening and closing ceremonies simply by the dumb luck of discovering oil No it was the culmination of 7 years of national investment planning concentrated state power National mobilization and hard work national mobilization ladies and gentlemen I'm surprised he didn't mention the Third Reich

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Are the Texas Pro-Life Laws Working?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Are the Texas Pro-Life Laws Working?

"What actual impact has the Texas pro life law had on the number of abortions in the state of Texas? When the law passed, I mentioned that a number of the abortion clinics were closing down or were restricting their operations, all very good news. But it was not clear what the actual effect would be. And now we have, well, just an early glimpse that the Texas law is working. Now, according to the data, this is coming from the Texas Health and Human Services commission, the number of abortions in Texas fell 60%, the very first month under this abortion law. And the abortion law, by the way, does not allow abortions, it's a heartbeat bill. Once cardiac activity is detected. That's usually around 6 weeks. So this is a law that essentially stops abortion in its tracks. And it doesn't have any real exceptions, no exceptions for rape, no exceptions for incest. It's a law across the board. And the law has the funny provision or the interesting provision that it allows private citizens to sue. And actually get $10,000. From abortion providers and abortion sort of enablers. And interestingly, there have been no such lawsuits yet. No one is actually filed a case. And so the law, however, has had a powerful deterrent effect. Planned parent of course were screaming about the law from the beginning. And there are actually screaming even more now that the actual number of abortions has gone down. So here are the numbers. And in August, this is right before the law there were 5400 abortions in Texas statewide. And in September, that number plummets to 2200, so it drops more than half drop 60% to be to be

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On Parkland anniversary, Biden urges Congress on gun control

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

On Parkland anniversary, Biden urges Congress on gun control

"President Biden says his administration stands with advocates working to end gun violence four years to the day after seventeen people were killed at a high school in parkland Florida in a statement Biden says the nation has to uphold the solemn obligation to keep each other safe since the shootings at Stoneman Douglas high school gun violence in schools has increased the gun control advocacy group Everytown for gun safety says there were one hundred thirty six instances of gunfire on school grounds between August first and December thirty first the secret service's national threat assessment center which is studied school attacks nationwide reports most attackers were bullied and that there were warning signs my camp in Washington

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CNBC's 'Squawk Box' Breaks Down Joe Biden's Rising Inflation Rates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 3 months ago

CNBC's 'Squawk Box' Breaks Down Joe Biden's Rising Inflation Rates

"You have CNN calling you out. When you have CNBC, calling you out, for example, Rick santelli. In cut number one, he joined Steve, Lee's man Aung San NBC's squawk box yesterday, and they broke down some of the latest numbers got number one. CPI headline number of 6 tenths of 1% of 6 tenths of 1% that equals our last look, the high water mark on that was up 9 ten several times October of last year being the most recent. If you strip out food and energy, it was up 6 tenths as well. Both these are hotter than expected and on the core side up 9 tenths of the high water mark from April. So these were supposed to moderate. They did not moderate. Now for the biggies. 7.5 on year over year headline, 6% on year over year core. Let's go to the whiteboard. So 7.5% and that is, of course, on headline, you have to go to 1982 to find a higher number and of course when we look at 5.5 on core, well, 5.5 December of 21 was 5.5. So therefore we are equaling what we have seen last but no, it came in at 6%. So now we have to go down on the white board to August of 82.

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"august" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"august" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"August 30th 2013. Based on a true story, 12 years, a slave has its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival. It's a critical and commercial hit, winning Oscars for best Picture. Adapted screenplay and supporting actress for Lupita in Django. August. 31st 18 97 Thomas Citizen, receives a patent for his Conetta graphic camera specifically designed to take sequential pictures at high speeds and making it the forerunner to today's motion picture recording technology. September. 3rd 1991, legendary writer producer and director, Frank Capra passes away at age 94. His career spanned over four decades and included such classics as Mr Smith Goes to Washington, and it's a Wonderful life. September 4th 1981, singer songwriter, actress and producer Beyonce Knowles is born in Houston. She sold over 100 million records worldwide and appeared in nearly a dozen films, including several projects She's written, produced and direct. Did September 5th 1976 Jim Henson's creation score their mainstream breakthrough with the debut of the Muppet Show. Since then, the Muppet franchise has grown to include films, toys, animated and Live action TV series, and that's the week in home. Use radio 9 21 Oh, 47 FM. Live from the Matthews Brothers studio. 844 540 to.

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"august" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:01 min | 9 months ago

"august" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"august" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:40 min | 9 months ago

"august" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Long suppressed. National anthem of the estonian republic was a particular favourite. So we were excerpts from a five song cycle written by the prolific young composer mattison on the poet during these moment. These clips are more recent editions. The songs are still popular in estonia as is gathering in large numbers to sing them. Music was used as a cover for defiance elsewhere in the baltics at around the same time. At a choral festival. In lithuania. the pre soviet. Lithuanian flag was brandished. The baltic way human chain which was joined on august twenty third nine thousand nine hundred nine was pretty clearly a spiritual descendant of the mass popular acquires peaceful solemn. Dignified resolute were freedom. Song tears among those remembered win the bolt expert free and signs. It was also extraordinarily brave. Though the soviet regime led by mikhail gorbachev seemed more amenable than its predecessors its willingness to tolerate dissent never mind aspirations of independence could not be taken for granted as moscow would demonstrate tragically and stupidly in january nineteen ninety-one when red army troops opened fire on civilian protesters in vilnius. Not too soon. Composer of the soundtrack of the singing revolution and the baltic way died in nineteen ninety-six. Eight thirty five. That's his sonata. For cello and piano playing us out remembering.

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"august" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"august" Discussed on The big d zone

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"august" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"august" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

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"august" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

The Game is Afoot!

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"august" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

"We also had a special gas riley hopkins who also does a lot of podcasts and does some indie game design and stuff Their stuff's really good dumb kids playing hero. That says a serial thing. So it's like you can't easily jump in but our season one finale was really good Which let me see if i can find want to say cheese unfortunately The person who manages the dumb kids playing hero. Podcast site doesn't have very good notes. But i wanna say it's episode fifty episode fifty one where we start the season finale. I think gay space rocks. I think brian and i are a riot. Lake pretty much all the way through so. Just pick an episode. That has us talking about episodes. You like i think with equestrian gays. even though it's on hiatus. I think episode eight is probably the best. We have dirk on although they went by their dead. Aim at that point so But we had our friend dirk on and we ended up talking about the my little ponies problem with race in that episode. No really proud of the discussion that we had and it kind of embodies lake how we can love this show but also how we can criticized the show where it deserves to be criticised. Yeah those those conversations are really important to have august. I think i'm going to ask you just one more question them nella with the rest of your day or evening as the case may be for you. If you had one piece of advice to give to a queer person wanting to get into tabletop gaming what would it be. It doesn't have to be just and d. that's a good one. I immediately lake. If i were allowed to have more than one sentence i would immediately be like. There's literally a game called thirsty sword lesbians you don't have to just play dnd. I've heard of that one ninety two. Oh it's so good. I just got my heart my heart cover copying it's gorgeous. It's got such a beautiful finish on the cover. I got to run a one shot of it for one of our charity. Streams awhile ago and oh my gosh it was so much fun the the mechanics and the way that it focuses on the characters are just vaa. It's so good yeah When it comes to playing things other than dean d. I told you the only other thing that i had really played before the show was called khufu But zillion. I played monster of the week. Which sounds similar to the fortune darkness as far as mechanics go except instead of one d six. It's two d six. There's a reason for that Because blades in the dark actually kind of is.

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"august" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

The Game is Afoot!

04:59 min | 11 months ago

"august" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

"Podcast if you or a friend or really just anyone that you are ten. Generally acquainted to are interested in being on the podcast and are part of the lgbtq. I a p plus community. Please reach out and let me know. That is at the game's afoot podcasts. At gmail.com so it turns out. I only had two ads supplied by august for these two episodes. So we are going to play you a quick ad for gay space rocks and then our sister podcast on the network sword of symphonies as well. After that. i'll help you back into the show. Thanks for being overly analyzing children's media to we're friends having a good time and revolutionary girl lieutenant than you may want to check us out where the gay space rocks a steven universe watching podcast rim watch steven universe. We go show three episodes at time pulling out discussing the themes and ideas present a lot of crude jokes and catch every other wednesday on your podcast of choice. See there one time i'm sort of symphonies are capped and played an accordion number for a demon as a backing track to the story. The demon was telling him this one time on sort of symphonies. There was a rodeo rider on a giant eagle bird thing and it was red. She's gonna take her jacket and try to put.

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"august" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

The Game is Afoot!

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"august" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

"Special guest august august. Why don't you introduce yourself again with your name and your pronouns and just because we're gonna talk about them a little bit your character's name and your characters pronouns. Hi i'm august of my announcer them and i played sabi. Who's pronounced were. Also they them and they were otherwise known as the mothman and i love them. You did such a good job with them. So i threw a few different ideas at you for things we could play. And you already had the rules to. I kiss moth man behind the arby's yes. Have you played it a lot before. No I've wanted to play it for a while. I just never got around to it so my secret is. I have a very large folder of a gm. Listen to player games. Unfortunately i don't always get around to playing anything in a timely fashion. I mean i get that. My experience is primarily dungeons and dragons with some college kathy thrown in there Part of why. I was so excited about this. New format is that it meant. I could play new games. So i'm glad that this was a first for both of us. Yeah it was really fun. Yeah Did you know from when i brought it up that you wanted to stick with moth man or was that a more recent decision. I pretty much decided. I wanted to play off man Just because i love mothman. What's how can you go wrong with a very large moth person. And like you mentioned the mothman prophecies. I've watched that movie Several times when i was a bit younger closer to when it came out and have the book and i lived in west virginia for a little bit. I never actually made it up to point pleasant to see the statue in person. But you know it's part of the local law and stuff. So i i would love to go see the statue and personnel. I know with sabi. You leaned a little bit more towards antenna twitches and sometimes more heavily noises. But a lot of it was through those antenna. Which is was that something you had also thought about ahead of time or was that kind of organic in the moment was something. I thought about a little bit ahead of time. One of the things that i enjoy about characters who aren't human is like exploring the ways in which they try to communicate that may not be necessarily legible to a human so other body language you have different limbs so your body language is gonna look a little bit different that kind of thing you sneak. Mating dances and the greetings I i loved sabi so much while we were playing and.

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"august" Discussed on Geeks in Love

Geeks in Love

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"august" Discussed on Geeks in Love

"August their reward. Someone finds the cheese. That's our that's your motivation. Okay yes. I think we found the next was able to know what the towel is a hankering for each other. Everybody with all name. He's not sure exactly in little m. bodies are still in there. You can some old boom gators them stuffed in his key. Rondo the bank.

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"august" Discussed on Never Surrender

Never Surrender

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"august" Discussed on Never Surrender

"It's about a guy who wakes up in a musical. It's really good. Marksmen routes really gets hans worth. That's probably look get made at some point but the money against it. It's gotta be twenty nine dollars. Oh my god. I wrote tarzan movie for warners. And it's Technically the same threat of the movie came out but my tarzan was set present. Day in civil unrest africa rather than the past. And i really loved it fenwick suit. They're not suit. Isn't project back when i was doing. Mostly kids book adaptations to guy who suit comes to life. Ooh i love that. That's cool and then you mentioned fantasy island is only demon. -nology demon another early project before go came out. It is like Like clueless but set against the apocalypse. Oh that's fun that's gonna love so now. Obviously you've written a lot of movies. That are dead. Are their scripts in your drawer. Somewhere that you know occasionally return to go back to tinker with and yeah there are a few that i think we'll probably at some point come to life and so every once in a while i'll i'll revisit them and so i have assistant asked some other folks who work with me and we do a weekly staff meeting and so on our big list that we go through all the products are actually active but then we always have at the very bottom like the sort of. Let's not completely forget about these last few things right right and there's a few folks there that i think could eventually happen do you do you have a social media do i do. I'm on twitter at john august also match on august and the podcast that you guys called script. It's so easy to find. It is just. My website is john. August dot com. So you'll find scripts there but also wherever you're listening to this podcast. Great that's awesome. That's also wanted.

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"august" Discussed on Never Surrender

Never Surrender

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"august" Discussed on Never Surrender

"Recognize this movie at all. I remember thinking like maybe there's movie can never come out because it's so bad i know will hurt me. It could be better if this movie didn't come out and What didn't know. Then which i've realized afterwards is that i always dreadful and especially for the writer who comes. It pretty cleaned the experience. You're you're watching the. Oh my god. This is an absolute disaster. And then you start doing the work and you start you. Write up the notes and short of trying to get seen by cnn shot-by-shot mumbai moment to get it back to where it intricate which is not the screenplay which was the plan for making the movie right but for like with the movie we actually shot. What is the best version of that. And so it's figuring out how you're going to take what's shot and then if there are going to be reshoots figuring out like what the re-shoots would be. That would make this all possible. And so i had to both of those things in did you reshoots on redirect crucial that that allowed us to bridge over some problems. You know. find new solutions for things so a lot of the ending. Reshot what was different about the ending. We just realize okay. The movies not working. So i wrote news stuff to do that. New connective bits. That's her get claire into connecting with gains again. Just sometimes simple logic. Things reached needed new shots but sometimes they really are new scenes. Yeah now you you've developed I want to get into talking about your relationship with tim burton. But before we get to that. Charlie's angels oh amazing. Oh my god the first movie so tries to the second movie was really cool to though thank you both cool movies thank you. The second one was harder situation. Which i can't really look objectively. I got really drunk last year and watched it for the first time came out live tweeted my experience of says it came out but the first movie was a great experience. It was that sense of you know just approaching it. Just sitting down on a couch withdrew and talking through what the movie felt like what we wanted to feel like and then only go out from emotional point of view and which was sort of to be really proud of these girls who are giant dorks. When they're off when they're not on the job at really professional on their on the job given that feeling right then i had to sort of reverse engineer a whole plot. That could actually support these characters. Who will and it was as experience really really really hard to make and there were fights everyday just because you have a bunch of really creative people who all have different visions for exactly how. It's going to work every day. I described it as fighting the monster. You weren't quite sure who was going to be monsters from as you were gonna be the monster but there's always a monster to fight and everyone had to gather together to fight the monster and that way kind of through the whole thing and there was also tremendous love and The town was really against us. Everyone assumed that the girls were fighting with each other which they weren't and Then we the trailer was awesome and then like we had a vision for like. Oh it can feel the trailer and we re cutting re-shoot the movie to actually match that that spirit and played. Like getting busters. Charlie's angels was so much different than the original show. it was so much cooler and so much more Positive towards women and the way that they worked and then and and so funny and nerdy and like it was just..

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"august" Discussed on Programas y podcasts

Programas y podcasts

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"august" Discussed on Programas y podcasts

"Can't swallow and it's turning they'll trade is through wrong and it was bad. Doll your august so jazz. Report a a matt you Thank you this bit. I'm with my book..

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"august" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"august" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Them. The socks this another budge. The i could go joined into home very ingenious august. He learned that if he's ready golden south against the glass played bunsen bundle against his figure. Then he leaped back. My portrait in rats.

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"august" Discussed on Road to Thriving

Road to Thriving

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"august" Discussed on Road to Thriving

"Your time in your day in your actions in terms of like manifesting something brings coming to an existence and like just quoting yourselves here being like bringing your dreams still life being very consistent and indulging indulge in them While the actual ways of indulgence exact okay. Okay right well or even as you to clarify the dream of cooler so for us and that dream was of course eventually living off grid In order to do that we need to buy land in august by land. We need to make of money. We know that we don't feel comfortable making money in ways that we will making money before because it was and making enough money to save and begin thinking about when we were prepared to give me more of our energy into into making more money in that way and it felt quite limited so you know the absolute marriage gigolo and was minimum wage and it just felt like Again that whole thing are a prime skills not being necessarily wanted or us and so it was like k. So we we know. We want to live a winner. We want to buy land. We know we need to earn money. And we know that we we have scales and we know that we have talents And so less than a few ways in which in which they could be used on a think we realized that as creative people us as artists. You can either put your stuff out. Make your stuff and then kind of beg your friends and family dates. Look at it or listen to it. And then a record label for listen. To it and suddenly your. Yeah and how it goes somewhere which is quite soul-crushing and very very hot and your self esteem. When you've made something that you can and.

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"august" Discussed on Loving BDSM

Loving BDSM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"august" Discussed on Loving BDSM

"Think we also knew in the argument part and we talk about arguments in the past. I'm trying to remember linked to that We also knew which side of the line we were on so looking back. If it's what i think was about Wouldn't have been resolved. Because you have your stance. And i have my and i think at the core of this. I know the type of person you are. I'm sorry i willingly. I willingly chose this this this relationship knowing else to blame. I didn't hide my crazy. No you didn't. You didn't and i embraced it with open arms but at at the same time i know myself and this is something we had talked about kind of early on. I am an emotional person where you are not as much in emotional person. I'll full you because you can get me to talk about my emotions. You'll think. I have all the emotions. But mostly i'm trying to be logical and you are very feeling i. M yes myers briggs. Oh yes firm that okay so when i you know i'm not gonna say i never get angry. I do get angry. Quiet kind of angry pat cold. It's not plum. Got that hard cancer. Shell exterior no k. But i also know and i have said this to you on on several occasions. Look i am too angry. I am too wrapped up my motions. We need to let this calmed down and we will talk about later when motions are not running so high and you tried to do that but you tried to skip a step that night. You wanna tell me what you were angry about. So i wanted to have this conversation and i think i think it's easy to say this. In retrospect i think i could have accepted. It wouldn't be resolved at night that we would still be disagreeing that night. But i was just trying to get you to tell me what you were mad about. That was not good communication on anybody's part. Because here's what was happening. He was not you. Were doing that classic. Why don't you know you ought to know. I was filling in the blanks. And i think i was getting it right. Because you weren't contradicting me. But then i was doing that thing which is not good communication of projecting the out of it. Because i was like you won't tell me so you clearly don't care about resolving this with me you don't care this is sending me into anxious spiral it was but also i might have been a all over only dramatic. I like to win arguments to. I know it's in august so you're refusing to tell me exactly what it was while also telling me that you didn't wanna talk about anything including resolving it which that's a boundary you get to say. I want to talk about this later. But i was also like but you haven't even admitted was wrong so and also i think you're wrong about.

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"august" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"august" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Trivia night that we did back in February the ground effect brewer in Hudson. So we had a number of people come out not just a few and it was not. You know what? I'm not talking like a conference amount. It was a it was an intimate gathering maybe. A folks doing it behavior analytic Trivia. So if you're not one of the folks who joined that or if you missed any of our facebook livestream where we did a fraction of the questions that we did at that, Trivia event will guess what we decided to release the full audio from that Trivia night for kind of a special extra bonus. So if you said, oh, that trivia sounds fun i. kind of like some of the Trivia questions you did on the facebook page. Well, guess what you're GonNa get all other questions sent into your podcast player. This August. I. Think that's GonNa Ashley. Start off the month you can play with your friends you can play with your friend. Yes. You can also play on the beach played in the car played in your driveway. You can play it anyway anywhere you want you can play along with behavior analytic Trivia, and if you did get to see a few of the facebook live post, we did please no, these are not going to be your you know your GRANDPA's behavior analytic trivia. We try to go a little bit beyond and make make it fun for the for the new generation. Generation said I don't know I don't know. So Yep. So that's what's coming up in another busy summer month year in August. Aright. So Jackie I think that means it's time for era I'm going to do better this month interact. If you watch last month I I got nervous and was like the first time you done it after like. Thirty forty fifty of these. Days, I got a little nervous and I wanted to ruin spoiler for you or ruin some cliffhanger for you. Diana left our last preview episode with what is do I mean? And you know what? It means. Digital object identifier Yep everyone I figured it out for you by. Yep that's right. Don't ask me what that is right now because I wanted. Identified Flying Object Great, I'm not good with acronyms I have to remember them S- have been saying that in my head so that now you know. Now. You know like the little rap song. Awesome No and then I have to emails that I wanted to give a shout out to a first listener Amanda wrote to us and said, thanks very much for having this podcast because she's been using it to help study for the BBC be a exam. So thanks Amanda for thinking that. This is helpful for you and we hope that other people are using it as well to help study for their BBC be exam and when you pass immediately like now you'll know I'm so jealous you can send us an email and let us know that you. You know we'll give you a shout out on the show during our preview episode. Run Down Your. Ears commercial everyone when you turn a hundred Remember that I really wanted to be then that made be work and you just turned one hundred police edison email and we'll post your name now. But if you just past, please let us know that. So exciting and I WANNA celebrate with you. So Amanda, you'RE GONNA rocket. So we'll. Also another listener..

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"august" Discussed on The Pocket Astronomer

The Pocket Astronomer

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"august" Discussed on The Pocket Astronomer

"You can head outside around ten pm. Local time to constellation named ursa major is often used to refer to the plan. But there's a difference. Estimator is the official name for the constellation. That represents a great bear. Part of that constellation is the asteroid sim a well known pattern of stars known as the plan called many things from the big dipper to the saucepan. But it's not an official constellation instead represents the hind until of the great ban. Estimator is one of the oldest and easiest constellations to recognized in the sky and even get mentioned in the bible in greek mythology. Zeus was married to harra but he fell in love with callisto. Zeus and callisto. Had a baby boy. Between them code orcas herro was angry and turned callisto into a bag and wondering the earth as a bear for fifteen years. She came face to face with her son are cast. He didn't recognize his mother and raised. A spear to her. You saw this. From olympus and to brent are cast killing his mother he turned cast into the car. Solution birdies and callisto into as a major another very easy constellation to recognize is cassiopeia from the uk appears constellation which is circumpolar which means it never says and is above the horizon at all times even during the day. June the nighttime cassiopeia can easily be found in the northern part of the sky looking like a great celestial w. o. m. depending on the time of year there are many stories about cassiopeia but in most she was the wife of the ethiopian king. Cfius in one story. She said to insulted the sea nymphs by telling them that she was more beautiful. The nips appeal to poseidon. He sent a while to terrorism but under gardens from the oracles chain their only daughter andromeda to a sacrifice and it was saved by perseus and during their wedding soon followed. A fight broke out. Perseus used the head of medusa as a weapon cassiopeia and safest courtoom it uses gays and turn to stone whereupon they were placed in the sky by pegasus. Is the final constellation. We're going to look at tonight's and it represents a winged hostess bring up from the foam of the sea. When the blood of medusa dripped into the ocean pegasus is a large constellation. That's easily found by hunting down. The great square of pegasus as its name suggests is a great celestial square. We can use pegasus to help us find the drug galaxy and objects two point five million light years away which means the light that will enter your this evening would have been traveling for two and a half million years. That's right once again you'll be looking back in time. Also hunt down nose planet so from referred to as red planet and actually does look red or sometimes. We'll pink to the i finally. We'll take a wonder on the milky way. The combined light from the billions of stars in our very own galaxy of all is in the night sky gazing upon the life from the milky way which has been prominent in so many cultures actually still gives me goosebumps as i think about all the billions of people that have looked at it. Just like we will tonight. A bonus events. Look for this month. Is the person media shower. Every year around the twelfth of august earth pauses through the orbit of comic swift tuttle and in kansas a stream of debris left behind by the college but like a car driving through a swarm of flies as each particle of debris fall through. The atmosphere causes the gas surrounding it to glow. And we see it as a shooting. Star if the particle is destroyed high up in the atmosphere than they known as mitchell's but if they land we call them. Meteoroid is the best time to spot mitchelson. The past each hour isn't the hours after midnight when we'll be on the forward facing side of the earth but it is possible to see them at any time of night and as we approached the middle of the month the number of mitchell's you might see will peak if we're very lucky. We could get up to one hundred per hour during the peak in the early hours of the thirteenth of august. Now we know we're looking for. Let's get ready to head outside for those of you. Staying tucked up in bed. Check out our facebook page at the pocket astro for some suggested images to enjoy alongside the audio more.

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