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In the second installment of this Villain themed podcast Robert Winfree and Patrick Mullin examine the beginnings of one of the most iconic film or novel franchises ever, James Bond. Specifically looking at the early movies, part one will look at Dr. No through License to Kill and all the great and not so great baddies that 007 had to tackle.
While the word antagonist is the modern accepted word in stories, there is a difference between an antagonist and a layered villain. An antagonist is the obstacle. A villain is a thinking counterpart to the protagonist, acting as the protagonist’s dark mirrored reflection that shatters the façade to show us the protagonist as their true self. As the Write Pack explores the villain we toss out Nazis, Vampires, Darth Vader, Dracula, Zombies, Moriarty, The Joker, Javert and more. We explore the seductive aspects of the villain and evil.
How do you create a layered villain? Why is the villain so necessary? What makes a villain memorable? What drives the villain? Are there types of villains? How does the villain tie to the black moment? Is there a relationship between the Villain and the Hero?
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As an increasing number of communities begin seriously exploring options for a community broadband network, it seems municipal bonds are once again being considered as a serious funding option. This year's survey of economic development pros reveals that just over half feel their communities could successfully launch a bond measure, or that their chances for success are 50/50.
Three factors lead to the success of issuing muni bonds to fund community broadband networks:
the political will
successful navigation of the legal processes
assembling the right financial resources
David Shaw, Chief of the Government & Utilities industry section of Kirton-McConkie law firm and Laura Lewis, Principal at municipal financial advisory firm Lewis, Young, Robertson & Burningham, Inc., walks listeners through these three criteria in layperson's language to help stakeholders navigate these tricky waters. Both have experience working with bond efforts for cities across the U.S.
Helping Iowa and Colorado communities better assess all of their funding options for network projects, including a bond strategy, is a main component of the special 5-week broadband strategy Webinar series led by Gigabit Nation host Craig Settles.
Sports Kingdom celebrates its 2 year anniversary by having on Casey Bond! Casey Bond is a retired professional baseball player who famously portrayed Chad Bradford in Moneyball.
in Self Help
What is the difference between cutting the psychic cords and dissolving the toxic bond? Nothing really. It is a different perspective and another way of understanding the energetic connection when it takes a dark or negative turn.
We bond with each other through love, a connection that includes fondness, respect, empathy, caring, concern and other “love like qualities.” But when fear creeps in there is a need to control, to be in control, to avoid being hurt, to avoid feeling uncomfortable by invoking those emotional charges that don’t feel very good. The more reactive one becomes to those feelings of fear and discomfort the more toxic the relationships becomes. We then become corded to the other through a toxic connection.
How do you dissolve these kinds of toxic connections? Tune in to find out.
This is Part 5 of "Super Charging Your Inner-Chi" summer series.
A reluctant vampire hunter, stalking New York City as only a scorned bride can.
Elle Dupree has her life all figured out: first a wedding, then her Ph.D., then swank faculty parties where she’ll serve wine and cheese and introduce people to her husband the lawyer.
But, those plans disintegrate when she walks in on a vampire draining the blood from her fiancé Greg. Horrified, she screams and runs--not away from the vampire, but toward it, brandishing a wooden letter opener.
As she slams the improvised stake into the vampire’s heart, a team of black-clad men bursts into the apartment. Turning around to face them, Elle discovers that Greg’s body is gone—and her perfect life falls apart.
Both Hours: It's time for Bond... Ralph Bond joins Craig and Ben with computer news and special topics. For many years, Ralph was Intel's Consumer Education Director. Ralph is now with Autodesk and he is an official Computer America correspondent. Topics tonight include a phone that use magnetism to communicate, streaming 4K content from your phone to your TV, taking smart watches towards the right direction, how many gigabytes does it take to make a human, Microsoft boosts Outlook.com and so much more!
Here’s expert Chris Bond with a preview of his full interview, which you can listen to tomorrow morning.
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Chris Bond of Murphy Business discusses some of the problems that business owners encounter when selling their business and tips to avoid them. We upload new content daily so please check back often!
Guest: Beth Bond
Beth will be sharing tips on reducing your carbon footprint and energy bills, her insights into energy efficient homes, how your food choices can support the planet, diet and even cosmetics.
Beth Bond is the Curator of Sustainable News at Southeast Green - the largest online news site for sustainable business and environmental policy in the Southeast US which covers 13 states.
Join us as we sort facts from myths.
Host: Lucinda Curran
A few weeks ago when Beth Bond joined us, we got so carried away with our other topics that we ran out of time for cosmetics.
So, join us today for a LIVE bonus show simply looking at COSMETICS (and personal care products).
Guest: Beth Bond
Beth Bond is the Curator of Sustainable News at Southeast Green. Southeast Green is the largest online news site for sustainable business and environmental policy in the Southeast US which covers 13 states.
Host: Lucinda Curran of Eco Health Solutions Pty Ltd
One of the product ranges that we talked about was Truly Inspired! - which is the range that I created and hand-make to order. There is a wealth of information about it here www.TrulyInspired.com.au and it is available online at EcoHealthSolutions.com.au/store
The book that I refer to is The Chemical Maze by Bob Statham (ISBN 095785354-8) which is also available as an app.