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Remember the good old days of role-playing, when every party carried a ten foot pole, you assumed every chest was a mimic, and the finale of every campaign was an apocalyptic battle against a demon prince at the gates of the Abyss? Well those days are back! On this podcast, we don’t waste our time with cookie cutter scenarios, ho-hum campaign settings, or NPCs asking you to kill the rats in their cellar. No! Each episode is 100% old-school high adventure, with monsters spawned in a nightmare ...
 
Welcome to Danger Room: The X-men Comics Commentary Podcast! Each week Adam and Jeremy, both X-Men and comic book fans alike, provide a running commentary of an issue of the X-Men comic book. Starting with the legendary September 1963 X-Men #1, every issuesode is chock full of humor, nit-picky goodness, and nerdy love and adoration for the long-running comic book series. Everyone is welcome to listen and comment! Listeners do not need a copy of the issue, or even a passing knowledge of the X ...
 
The Authority Project is a Livestream/Podcast digital marketing show that helps digital marketers, coaches, consultants & creators build authority in their niche. We talk to guests on each show who speak on how they've built authority in their businesses and how you can mimic their success. Learn how to develop authority, build your audience and attract better clients to your business. Tune in on audio or livestream M-W-F & bring your questions!
 
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune inflammatory disease affecting over 1.3 million Americans and as much as 1% of the worldwide population. The condition can be difficult to diagnose in its early stages because of non-specific early signs and symptoms that mimic many other diseases, and there is no singular confirmatory blood test or physical finding. But the evidence is clear: early diagnosis and treatment lead to improved outcomes for RA patients. Rheumatoid Arthritis: Addre ...
 
The Creative Condition podcast show is a series of open, honest conversations with people from the creative industry and beyond, who share the story of their creativity, both the nature and the nurture, the chaos and the calm, hosted by illustrator and writer Ben Tallon. Creativity is an often misunderstood pillar of human happiness. Little by little, Ben builds an archive of valuable stories, experiences and tips to help you maximise yours. Supported by http://illustrationx.com & The Associ ...
 
BJUI aims to provide the very highest standard of research and clinical information for the urological community, promoting awareness of new advances and supporting best practice in urology. The journal publishes original articles, reviews, comments and educational articles. Clinical relevance is critical and the journal covers the entire breadth of urology under the following sections: Comments, Reviews, Urological Oncology (all areas of urological oncology as well as recent advances in dia ...
 
This isn't your normal D&D podcast .... Join our adventure party as we delve into the social and cultural aspects of our favorite game .... All while enlightening our tastebuds with a random craft beer .... So crack open your favorite bardic inspiration and roll initiative with ...... Of Dice and Brews
 
Agri Matters is a podcast about cutting-edge technology and innovation in agriculture. From scientists, venture capitalists to start-up founders, we talk to the people responsible for bringing food from farm to table. Agri Matters is brought to you by PDD Podcasts.
 
Wild Oak Family Farm is a small family farm located in Coloma, California. The guiding philosophy for our farm, what we’re calling beyond organic, is based on permaculture principles and techniques. We’re going to design sustainable plant and animal systems that mimic the wild as much as possible. We started our farm in February 2018 and are podcasting to share our transition from a metropolitan life in Silicon Valley to a country life running a small farm. For the first few years we’ll be f ...
 
Hi there! My name is Stacie and I am a Holistic Health Coach. A few years ago I was so stressed out and my body couldn’t deal with the stress. My anxiety and migraines went out of control and I gained 40 lbs very quickly. My migraines are not the common migraines most people think of. My migraines mimic strokes. My anxiety got so bad, I could barely drive and I was getting to the point where I could barely leave the house. I tried western medicine and unfortunately….or fortunately whichever ...
 
The essential point of Practical Neurology is that it is practical in the sense of being useful for everyone who sees neurological patients and who wants to keep up to date, and safe, in managing them. In other words this is a journal for jobbing neurologists who plough through the tension headaches and funny turns week in and week out. Practical Neurology is included as part of a subscription to JNNP and provided in print to all members of the Association of British Neurologists. * The purp ...
 
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Research has shed light on how the Dùndún style of West African drumming played by a group in Ifesowapo can mimic the sounds of a locally spoken language. Skilled drummers can manipulate hourglass-shaped drums to mimic the frequency and timing pattern of the Yorùbá language. Susie Ferguson spoke to researcher and musicologist at Arizona State Unive…
 
It's time once again for the It's a Mimic! podcast to work out their anger issues with the latest additions to the Barbarian class from the new 5th Edition book for Dungeons and Dragons: Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything. From new mechanics options to two new magical subclasses, the panel of Dungeon Masters covers all the new info about the slobbering…
 
On this episode Kirsten and Cyn discuss nerd news, Masters of the Universe Revelations, and take an in depth look at the MCU movie Black Widow and also Loki episodes 5 and 6. Brought to you by FierceUnicorns.com Use code "OBVIOUS" at checkout for 15% off! Support the show (https://paypal.me/MOTOpod)By Kirsten Bosio and Cynthia Rose
 
The third annual Tairawhiti arts festival featuring Aotearoa's top artists and performers is set to spark the east coast alight. The festival has been growing in numbers and performers since it began in 2019 - where it launched alongside Tuia 250. This year - will include the return of the light path - Te Ara i Whiti - theatre and dance productions…
 
A performance about the Waikeria Prison uprising has taken out this year's national school performing arts competition Showquest. The event replaced Stage Challenge a few years ago with the main prize won this year by South Wairarapa's Kuranui College. Its performance featured orange jumpsuited dancers, video special effects projections of burning …
 
Information provided by police and the courts may be wrongly pushing victims and perpetrators into reconcilliation talks. Sometimes, it's only once the two parties have entered a restorative justice conference that a mediator realises it should never have gone ahead. A report commissioned by the Chief Victims Advisor has also found issues with the …
 
The government will give a long awaited apology to those targeted in the Dawn Raids at the Auckland Town Hall on Sunday. Manase Lua remembers being a child in Auckland, and the Dawn Raids' effect on his community. He is a supporter of the activist group the Polynesian Panthers, which formed in June 1971 to campaign for equality, justice and indigen…
 
The country's district health boards are surprised nurses have voted down the latest pay offer. The Nurses Organisation says while the DHBs made promising moves on pay, the offer contained "too many ambiguities". The union's plans for strikes in August and September are now back on the table. DHBs spokesperson Jim Green spoke to Susie Ferguson.…
 
New Zealand's construction industry is eyeing the government's so-called 'immigration reset' as it struggles to cope with an unprecedented skills shortage. A new report out from Civil Contractors New Zealand expresses concerns about immigration policy shifts that prioritise 'high value' migrants. The association's chief executive Peter Silcock spok…
 
Nationally, rents have increased by 4.8 percent this year. Southland and the West Coast are the best place to be a renter for now - if you can find a house to rent that is. New research finds rent is more favourable in these two regions - relative to incomes. But don't get your bags packed yet, despite being more affordable than the national averag…
 
The daily number of new Covid-19 cases in the UK is falling, a statistic that has come as a surprise to many. England lifted their Covid-19 restrictions on Tuesday last week, raising concerns among health experts that the number of people contracting the virus would rise rapidly. Seven days on from that move, the UK recorded fewer than 25,000 new c…
 
Strikes are back on the table after nurses rejected the latest pay offer from district health boards. About 30,000 nurses walked off the job in huge demonstrations around the country last month. A planned July strike was put on hold to allow negotiations to continue. If the two groups can't agree, the next strike will be 19 August and a second one …
 
New Zealand has been rated the best place on the planet to be if there is a cataclysmic collapse of society. Researchers at the Global Sustainability Institute found this country would be better suited than anywhere to sustain itself if there was a climate crisis or a global meltdown in supply chains and financial structures. New Zealand headed off…
 
The Department of Conservation's being accused of using scare tactics and dodgy data in its bid to keep people away from dolphins in the Bay of Islands. There have been 645 submissions on a planned marine sanctuary that would ban swimmers and boats from coming within 400 metres of all marine mammals. DOC says 60 percent of the submissions are in fa…
 
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