In this special episode of the Legacy of Agriculture, Andy Mrnak and Tim Peters, head auctioneer and land manager respectively, sit down with Chris Bair to deliver a land market report. They go in depth on recent sales, the continuing utility of the Pifer's hybrid auction platform, and how land management pairs the best possible renter with a land owner. Andy Mrnak also touches on mineral rights, a rapidly devolping piece of the land market. Tune in to learn about the state of land values at the end of 2023!
“Were *eggs* Bendict Arnold’s favorite food?”
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Today, for our first stop, we’re off to Gulfport to go under the sea for Mermaids at Mississippi Aquarium, happening December 8th – 10th & December 15th – 17th, with Public Relations and Communications Manager, Nicole Martz, then we’re off to check out what’s happening around your neck of the woods before a final stop at the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science in Jackson, December 8th – 9th, to check out all the action at their Snow Much Fun! event, with Museum Event Planner & Conservation Educator, Nicole Smith. Stay tuned, buckle up and hold on tight for your Next Stop, Mississippi!Next Stop, Mississippi is your #1 on-air source for information about upcoming events and attractions across the state. Get to know the real Mississippi! Each week the show's hosts, Germaine Flood and Kamel King, Tourism Development Bureau Manger with Visit Mississippi, highlight well-known and unknown places in Mississippi with the best food, parks, music and arts. They'll not only tell you what's going on in your neck of the woods, but also share the history and people behind the markets, sporting events, concerts, fairs and festivals all over Mississippi. Hear the personal stories and traditions behind that favorite event you attend each year on Next Stop, Mississippi. Check out our Sipp Events calendar to help plan your next trip! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Patience is a virtue, as the old saying goes, and there are some people who demonstrate patience to an almost God-like level. Great works of art, multinational business, and world-beating athletic achievements: all of these require patience because feats like these can take many years to achieve, and it’s not always easy to know if you’re succeeding at any given moment. Some people, however, are patient for the wrong reasons. Let's take a tour of some of the most patient people the world has to offer.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
National brownie day. Entertainment from 2013. 1st toilet paper went on sale, NFL on the radio, Space X made history, Metallica played Antarctica. Todays birthdays - Sammy Davis jr,. David Carradine, Jim Morrison, Gregg Allman, Dan Hartman, Sam Kinison, Kim Basinger, Teri Hatcher, Nicki Minaj, Sam Hunt. Joh Lennon died.Intro - Pour some sugar on me - Def Leppard http://defleppard.com/The best brownie song - The Hungry Food BandRoyals - LordeStay - Florida Georgia lineBirthdays - In da club - 50 CentThe Candy Man - Sammy Davis jrKung foo fighting - Carl Douglas Light my fire - The Doors I'm no angel - Gregg AllmanI can dream about you - Dan HartmanSam Kinison liveStarship - Nicki MinajHouse party - Sam HuntExit - It's not love - Dokken
In this episode of Guerrilla History, we bring on The Leninist Lawyer to discuss settler colonial law, and use the case study of Sue the T. rex, which was extracted from native lands, to help demonstrate how this works. A really interesting conversation, and while we are using a dinosaur fossil as the case study, this conversation is much more about settler colonial law generally, and therefore should be relevant for all of you regardless of whether you find dinosaurs interesting or not! *Note, this episode was recorded before October 7, 2023, and has had its release delayed while we have been creating materials for understanding the history and ongoing conflict in Palestine* The Leninist Lawyer is an anonymous lawyer from Georgia that specializes in tribal law and worker's compensation law. While we cannot provide more details than this about him, you should follow him on twitter @MarxistLaw and @LovelyLeninist! Help support the show by signing up to our patreon, where you also will get bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/guerrillahistory
Welcome to Season 2 of Outside the Box - a podcast about archives and the wonders they contain! We're carrying on this with with part two of of a wonderful story of collaboration, community engagement and creative responses to archives with Suffolk Archives and Orchestras Live. Join us, Hannah Salisbury, and Stuart Bruce to hear all about two brilliant projects inspired by items from from the archive which bring Newmarket history to life through music and dance. Read more about the projects here: We Have to Move On Deaf Perspectives: Past and Present
Miyazaki is back! Michael, Jake and Steph return to the Ghibliotheque to discuss Hayao Miyazaki's first film in a decade, The Boy and the Heron - a beguiling and captivating film that has been described as a "semi-autobiographical fantasy about life, death, and creation, in tribute to friendship".This is a dense film, so we're doing things a little differently here. This episode is in our standard Ghibliotheque format - context, followed by review. It's also standard length, and offers a 'spoiler light' commentary that doesn't delve too deep into its many surprises and stylistic left-turns. Tune into our next episode for a longer-form deep-dive into the film and its many layers and potential meanings.Join us on Patreon for ad-free and bonus episodes, Discord access and show footnotes and more: Patreon.com/ghibliothequeEmail us: email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @ghibliotheque and Instagram @ghibliotheque.pod.@MichaelJLeader – Michael@jakehcunningham – Jake@_stephwatts - Steph Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Willy Willy Harry Stee, Harry Dick John Harry Three, One Two Three Neds, Richard Two, Henry's Four Five Six.........then who? Edward Four Five...Dick The Bad, Harry's Twain and Ned The Lad, Mary, Bessie, James The Vain.......As we wave goodbye to the Tudors, we usher in the Stuarts for an episode of plotting, gunpowder or otherwise. In the 'proper historians' chair this week, we welcome Clare Jackson, author of Devil-land - England Under Siege - 1588 to 1688 and who is currently writing a book on James VI & I Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
South Asia is home to more than a billion Hindus and half a billion Muslims. But the region is also home to substantial Christian communities, some dating almost to the earliest days of the faith. The stories of South Asia’s Christians are vital for understanding the shifting contours of World Christianity, precisely because of their history of interaction with members of these other religious traditions. In this broad, accessible overview of South Asian Christianity, Chandra Mallampalli shows how the faith has been shaped by Christians’ location between Hindus and Muslims. Mallampalli begins with a discussion of South India’s ancient Thomas Christian tradition, which interacted with West Asia’s Persian Christians and thrived for centuries alongside their Hindu and Muslim neighbours. He then underscores efforts of Roman Catholic and Protestant missionaries to understand South Asian societies for purposes of conversion. The publication of books and tracts about other religions, interreligious debates, and aggressive preaching were central to these endeavours, but rarely succeeded at yielding converts. Instead, they played an important role in producing a climate of religious competition, which ultimately marginalized Christians in Hindu-, Muslim-, and Buddhist-majority countries of post-colonial South Asia. Ironically, the greatest response to Christianity came from poor and oppressed Dalit (formerly “untouchable”) and tribal communities who were largely indifferent to missionary rhetoric. Their mass conversions, poetry, theology, and embrace of Pentecostalism are essential for understanding South Asian Christianity and its place within World Christianity today.Enjoy this book talk with Dr. Chandra Mallampalli on his book, South Asia’s Christians: Between Hindu and Muslim (OUP, 2023). This conversation was moderated by Dr. Paul Grant, a lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.