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Eloy and David continue to work on the sound quality of our dixie cups, but still can't be bothered while there's so much Magic on the horizon.
Today we look at the multicolored cards from the new set, and talk about if any of the cards flossed by either the Azban, Temur, Sultai, Jeskai, or Mardu could end up making a splash in any of the established Modern decks, if not having the potential to create their own.
Eloy and David look at the rest of the tribes in the second part of our spoiler discussion over Khans of Tarkir and whether the Jeskai, Sultai, Mardu, or Temur can slot into some of the established Modern heavyweights.
Either by aiding or attacking Twin, Pod, Tron, American control, or what have you, KOT may have more to offer upon more reflection.
Josh Ramirez joins Modern Whig Party Radio to talk about his campaign for U.S. Congress. Josh Ramirez is running for U.S. Congress from Washington's 4th District.
Eloy and David are back at it again, telling you nothing insightful or extraordinary about Magic the Gathering. But today we try to talk about Vengevine, its history, and where it can possible go in the world of Modern, where it has neither Survival of the Fittest, nor Buried Alive, nor Intuition, nor anything that could make it remotely competitive. Today we try to fix that.
Eloy and David are serious about working out the sound issues, but we couldn't wait to talk about PAX and the spoilers that included the Onslaught fetchlands.
Will this change Modern as we know it? What decks get a boost? What decks are moderately weakened by them?
This podcast will be a philosophical discussion about certain limitations in the world of modern Spirituality and Occult modalities regarding the God/Goddess Union. Have we built these Ascended Masters, Gods and Goddesses in our limited image in the way the Big 3 Religions have build God in their human image? And in doing so have we also limited our own expansive capabilties to understanding the great Mysteries?
I'll also propose that modern Spirituality has chosen to focus on small details of a larger, more wholistic Spirituality of our worldwide Ancestors. In doing so, we've also limited our expansiveness.
Lastly I'll discuss a "reverse" perspective on Anthropomorphism: that the Ancients were instead creating symbols of God/Goddess which attributed Spiritual Connection to the Spirit in all things, rather than the more polularly accepted belief that they were attributing human characteristics to anything considered "non human."
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Barbara Eldridge, your host of Trend Setting Women, interviews Michelle Bergquist, President and Owner of Connected Women of Influence.
Michelle Bergquist is a nationally recognized author, award-winning entrepreneur, lively moderator and engaging, professional speaker.
Currently, Michelle is the CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Women of Influence, Inc. (CWI), an invitation-only association for B2B women owners, executives and professionals. Chartered in 2008, the CWI Mission is to build a powerful professional community that fosters growth, support and collaboration among B2B professional women.
Michelle is a passionate advocate for women in business by designing platforms, programs, connections and collaborative opportunities for professional women to lead the way in business today. In 2014, Michelle was recognized by the National Association of Women Business Owners as the Women’s Advocate of the Year.
Michelle’s corporate background includes 13 years in commercial banking and over 20 years as an entrepreneur and business owner. Michelle is the author of How to Build a Million Dollar Database, a business book that quickly became the go-to resource on how to build a powerful database full of priceless connections.
Michelle is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Go Big Red!!) and a past board member of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce, YWCA of San Diego and the American Institute of Banking.Michelle’s belief in business and core philosophy to success: “When it comes to business and success, it’s all about relationships!”
Modern continues to be the eternal format of limited choice.
What's going on in the format? Are things changing? Should be expect them to stay the same?
Eloy and David are back to pretend to know what they're talking about, even though the Spurs are playing and both men would rather be watching that.
The modern welfare system seems to have resurrected a pattern of behavior that was designed to destroy emotional ties between men, women and children in order to breed human beings for sale on the market. The plantation stud. Back in slavery times, this was a virile young man assigned by the plantation owner to have sex with a female chosen by the plantation owner in order to impregnate her. Once she was pregnant, the stud was then reassigned to another female, to have sex with her until she became pregnant. This business, known as "slave breeding" became popular once the United States outlawed the importation of Africans on slave ships. Without new arrivals, plantation owners had to create a system of breeding children for farm workers or for sale by creating an emotionally detached sexual relationship between enslaved men and women. This way, fathers would have no bond with their children, they often didn't know which children were theirs. The enslavedmen lost the instinct to protect and provide for a family, they were conditioned to be only driven by sex. They would therefore offer no resistance when the child or the mother was sold, beaten, or otherwise abused as a slave. Is the modern day phenomenon of emotionally detached men with multiple women and children a resurrection of the plantation stud? How do we correct this destruction of our family cultural values?
SPECIAL EDITION: Purpose for Women focuses on United Nations in Columbus
Guests: Melissa Lenz & Chasity
Our mission statement:
The United Nations Association of Columbus is committed to educating, inspiring, and mobilizing Ohioans to support the vital work of the United Nations, for we believe that the UN offers the best means to achieving peace and security for all humans. We practice this mission through several programs. We strive to make a difference through Model UN programs, where students can actively engage in the international system, learn and experience the UN system, and develop valuable leadership skills. We aim to think globally and act locally by organizing events that highlight the relevance of the UN system in Ohio as well as the key role that Ohio plays in that system as well. We advocate for strong U.S. leadership in the UN so that the international organization can operate to its fullest potential. We operate under the mantra “More Than Just Me,” for we understand that our purpose is about more than just the success of our singular organization but about the network of supporters who will make a positive impact on this world. We also understand that it will take more than just us to accomplish the lofty goals of the UN, so we collaborate with several Columbus organizations to make our vision a reality.
Links to our social media pages:
Facebook of our Campus Advocates: https://www.facebook.com/unacsa
(If you have time, I would check out their #HeForShe photo campaign)
With the death of Joan Rivers this week, it seems like everyone is talking about her role in shaping the world’s view of women in comedy. So what about women in comedy? Is there such a thing as “women’s humor?” Is it only funny when women mock their bodies and relationships? Are today’s female comedians different from other generations of female comics?
Prepare to discuss humor, laughs, what’s funny and how women are perceived in comedy with two guests Saturday. Sheila Moeschen is a writer and Senior Editor for I AM THAT GIRL, an organization that empowers girls and young women to healthy self-esteem and self-worth. She holds a Ph.D in Gender and Theatre Studies from Northwestern University. Sheila has been involved behind the scenes with the Women In Comedy Festival since its beginning in 2008. She is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and her work has appeared elsewhere in print and online. She lives in Boston. Elyse Schuerman is one of the producers of the Women in Comedy Festival, and between them, we should have a rousing conversation about what makes people laugh and how women fit into the comedy scene.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more women in comedy.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways