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The Half-Blood Happy Hour

Zach Bigelbach, Gabrielle German, Lucy Adame, Noah James, Magnus Lewis

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Welcome to The Half-Blood Happy Hour! A biweekly Dungeons & Dragons actual play podcast where a group of delightful demigods dive into a world where the mythologies of the world come to life. Join our players as they embark on an adventure to unlock the mysteries of gods and monsters in the modern world!
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Welcome to the NTEB Bible Radio broadcast where every week we open up the Scriptures and be faithful to the command of our apostle Paul to 'rightly divide' the word of truth as we find it preserved within the pages of the King James Bible. Join us as we study to show ourselves approved unto God as diligent workmen.
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talkPOPc or the Philosophers' Ontological Party club, is a public philosophy + socially engaged art practice non-profit founded by Dr. Dena Shottenkirk, who is both a philosopher and an artist. talkPOPc sponsors one-to-one conversations between a participant and a philosopher (who always dons our amazing gold African king hat!) Various philosophers participate and these conversations happen in various places. For example, we go into bars and have one-to-one conversations. Various bars, both ...
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The confrontation with the Sisters of Silk begins and our party splits up almost immediately. Theme Song by Doc Harbor. Follow Us! Instagram and tiktok: @halfbloodhappyhour Twitter: @HB_Happy_Hour Join Our Patreon: patreon.com/halfbloodhappyhour Get some Half-Blood Happy Hour merch! redbubble.com/HBHappyHour Follow Our Cast! Noah - @throroughlymode…
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On this episode of Rightly Dividing, The doctrine of limited atonement—the L in TULIP—teaches that Christ effectively redeems from every people “only those who were chosen from eternity to salvation” (Canons of Dort, II.8). Does the Bible actually teach that God has already chosen who would get saved, and who will burn for for all eternity, before …
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On this episode of the NTEB Prophecy News Podcast, in Israel today a whole host of things is all happening at the same time, and it's mostly not good. The good news is that the IDF operation in Rafah has been making some excellent progress with the assassination of a top Hamas leader and destroying a rocket launching pad. But the not so good news i…
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In recent years digital technologies have led to rapid economic and social change. For Ireland and Europe to adapt, grow, and prosper in the digital age it is vital that their populations are equipped with the right skills to navigate this digital transition. In this event an expert panel examines the current state of play with regards to digital s…
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How effective has America’s new industrial policy been to date? How seriously should western countries take the threat of a wave of cheap Chinese goods flooding the global marketplace? Is the end of the US dollar as the world's reserve currency in sight? What lessons can be drawn from Japan's 20-year history of unconventional monetary policy? And h…
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Sally Hayden, journalist and photographer focused on migration, conflict, and humanitarian crises and an international correspondent for The Irish Times, participates in a fireside chat with IIEA Researcher Tara Kukec and a Q&A session with members. Based on her acclaimed book “My Fourth Time, We Drowned: Seeking Refuge on the World’s Deadliest Mig…
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About the Speech: Since the onset of Russia's war against Ukraine, the Franco-German engine has stalled. The two countries are pursuing fundamentally different policies, particularly in security, defense, and energy. Additionally, Berlin and Paris have failed to achieve significant progress on EU enlargement and reform. In this IIEA discussion, Dr …
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Did you know that the life of Adolf Hitler in many ways almost a perfect match for how the Bible says the Antichrist will be when he arrives on the scene in the days after the Pretribulation Rapture of the Church? Tonight we look at 7 ways that Adolf Hitler was a near-perfect type of the Biblical Antichrist, as well as take your Bible questions in …
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White House residents and Hollywood megastars shared the stage inside Los Angeles’ Peacock Theater on Saturday night for what turned out to be a record-setting Democratic fundraising haul as President Biden‘s reelection campaign netted more than $30 million from the one-night-only event. What a great start, right up to the moment where Biden again …
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This panel discussion on sustainable aviation brings together leaders from industry and research. Steven Fitzgerald, Ryanair; Steven Gillard, Boeing; and Prof Marina Efthymiou, DCU, share insights into sustainability initiatives in aviation, including advancements in eco-friendly aircraft technology, operational strategies to reduce carbon emission…
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In your King James Bible, the word ‘persecution’ appears 10 times, once in Lamentations for the Tribulation, and 9 times in the New Testament. Our apostle Paul mentions ‘persecution’ 4 times in his writings. So it would appear that a fairly healthy chunk of the references apply to us, here and now. On this episode of Rightly Dividing, we are lookin…
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The old world order is receding rapidly as preparations are underway to receive the coming Antichrist, and there is perhaps no place more incendiary right now than what happened yesterday. We told you how Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman chose to not renew their Petro Dollar contract with the United States, something that gave America supreme…
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If you spend any time at all listening to Evangelicals like Andy Stanley, at some point you will hear them use the phrase ‘clobber passages’ when talking about Bible verses that are tough to hear, problematic and highly convicting. They are called ‘clobber verses’ because of their blunt impact upon the hearer, so much so that they are avoided to a …
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As adolescent mental health has declined substantially in the last decade, it has spurred pervasive concern that digitalisation and social media use might be playing a part in this phenomenon. Dr Orben reflects on the challenges and problems facing research in this space to date, and provides an overview of her team’s work in trying to address thes…
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In his remarks, the Minister of State for International Development and the Diaspora, Seán Fleming T.D., discusses the legacy and significant achievements of Irish Aid 50. He outlines Ireland’s strong and consistent focus on ending poverty and hunger and how reaching the furthest behind first, especially in Africa, is at the heart of Irish Aid’s pr…
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French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday he was dissolving the National Assembly and calling a snap legislative election after his party suffered a heavy defeat in elections for the European Parliament. In an address to the nation from the Elysee presidential palace, Macron said: “I’ve decided to give you back the choice of our parliamentary fu…
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There are three men in the Old Testament that play pivotal roles – Noah, Daniel and Job – and according to God, they are shining examples of personal righteousness. But these three men – Noah, Daniel and Job – do a lot more than simply show us that. They are intimately involved with events that will take place during the time of Jacob’s trouble. On…
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Masks did nothing to slow the spread of the virus, social distancing did nothing to slow the spread of the virus, and lockdowns did nothing but increase mental illness, create poverty, stupefy our children, and destroy the economy. Yet it was demanded of us to ‘trust the science’. Now as these things become common knowledge to the average person, o…
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'Housing policy – international evidence on what works'Paul Cotter, Principal Officer in the Economics Division of the Department of Finance, and Michelle Norris, Professor of Social Policy and Director of the Geary Institute for Public Policy at University College Dublinand, in conversation with Dan O’Brien, IIEA Chief Economist…
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What if your trip to the mountains could lead to profound reflections on life and identity? Join us as Frank recounts his recent journey to Denver, filled with laughter and delicious discoveries like the uniquely named "chupacabra" burrito. From the heights of the Rockies to the comfort of bread-wrapped delights, we explore the universal love for f…
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Here in the closing days of Barack Obama’s third term, the seeds he has planted in our nation since 2008 have grown up into a massive tree that dwarfs the landscape with a disproportionate focus on what is now called the…(taking a deep breath) the 2SLGBTQIAAP++ Movement. According to the site Queer Events, that stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Tr…
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On this episode of Rightly Dividing, we look at the difficulties and challenges of giving the gospel to the Jews, and you’ll hear in their own words just what you’re up against. The typical Jewish outlook on the Bible, in either Testament, is for the most part one of creeping disbelief, with an unliteral interpretation of what they read. They disal…
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In his address to the IIEA, former President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, discusses current global developments and how these relate to the European challenges of our time. In Mr Van Rompuy’s opinion, these challenges include democracy, leadership, strategic autonomy, deindustrialisation, immigration, and potential institutional chan…
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A Manhattan jury found Donald Trump guilty of all 34 counts of falsifying business records in his hush money criminal trial, an unprecedented and historic verdict that makes him the first former president in US history to be convicted of a felony. Judge Juan Merchan set a sentencing hearing for July 11. Trump’s sentence is up to the judge, and it c…
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Against the backdrop of increased geopolitical tensions, the relationship between the EU, its Member States, and China has continued to remain of significant importance. As the United States' relationship with China has deteriorated, the EU has increasingly sought to chart its own course vis a vis China, seeking partnerships where beneficial while …
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On this episode of Rightly Dividing, we look at the difficulties and challenges of giving the gospel to the Jews, and you’ll hear in their own words just what you’re up against. The typical Jewish outlook on the Bible, in either Testament, is for the most part one of creeping disbelief, with an unliteral interpretation of what they read. They disal…
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In their address to the IIEA, John FitzGerald and Edgar Morgenroth present their recent IIEA publication on the Northern Ireland subvention, which considers what the financial costs for the government in Ireland would be of Irish unification, using data from 2019. They discuss the findings from their paper, including that covering the Northern Irel…
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Remember the days when you’d head to Best Buy or Circuit City to grab the latest DVD or Blu-ray? Those were the golden days of early 2000s entertainment, and we're taking you on a nostalgic journey back to that era. We'll also share some quirky stories about regional pronunciations from towns like Maryville and Louisville, and even delve into the f…
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In recent years, Europe and much of the world have suffered the largest inflation shock in decades. Central banks have responded with large and rapid increases in interest rates. In his presentation to the IIEA, Philip Lane, Chief Economist of the European Central Bank, discusses the inflation outlook in the Eurozone at a time when hopes of a retur…
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In the early morning of January 2, Russian forces launched a massive missile attack on the Ukrainian cities of Kyiv and Kharkiv that killed at least five civilians, injured more than 100, and damaged infrastructure. The incident was notable not just for the harm it caused but also because it showed that Russia was not alone in its fight. The Russia…
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Rabbi Tovia Singer is a well-known and outspoken anti-Christian Jewish advocate, and like many rabbis, he has very little idea of what the Bible talks about in the Christian Bible or in the Hebrew Bible. You can tell after two minutes of listening to him that most of what he knows comes from rote memorization of whoever his teachers have been, leav…
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1:00 They discuss how government censorship, particularly in banning books, restricts access to knowledge and different perspectives, questioning why the government has the authority to control what information people can access or contemplate. 5:00 Noor reflects on her opinion about the situation in the Middle East, acknowledging that her views ar…
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Taiwan has mobilized its aerial, naval, and land-based military assets as China’s joint drills around the island enters its second day. These assets include an “emergency deployment” of a Tuo Chiang-class corvette dubbed in-country as the “carrier killer” and a Chin Chiang-class large patrol craft. As if that were not enough, the United States is w…
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SMEs are a vital part of Europe’s digital economy and are essential to ensuring Europe’s future prosperity. In his address to the IIEA, Mr Toffaletti provides a SME perspective on developments in digital policy and the digital economy over recent years. He particularly assesses the challenges that SMEs may face in navigating digital regulation and …
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From the moment you were conceived, you have existed as a soul, inside a body, with a spirit from God that gives you life and breath. Adam was the first to be created in 3 parts, and for a short time, he was in the image of God. So much so they could walk together in the cool of the evening and enjoy fellowship. That image was taken away from him a…
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In her address, Aoife Barry discusses her book Social Capital: Life Online in the Shadow of Ireland's Tech Boom, which focuses on what she discovered while interviewing people in Ireland about their online behaviour and how they have been treated online, and what this illustrates about the regulatory and legal challenges facing both social media us…
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Final preparations are made as the gang prepares for their confrontation with the Sisters of Silk. Theme Song by Doc Harbor. Follow Us! Instagram and tiktok: @halfbloodhappyhour Twitter: @HB_Happy_Hour Join Our Patreon: patreon.com/halfbloodhappyhour Get some Half-Blood Happy Hour merch! redbubble.com/HBHappyHour Follow Our Cast! Noah - @throroughl…
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Ebrahim Raisi, 63, was the hard-liner protege of Iran’s supreme leader who helped oversee the mass executions of thousands in 1988. He was also known as the “butcher of Tehran”. He also led the country when it enriched uranium near weapons-grade levels and launched a major drone-and-missile attack on Israel. Now he is dead reportedly in a shocking …
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2:00 They reflect on the notion of free speech in their personal life, noting that as Americans, they feel relatively unrestricted in their ability to express themselves. While they believe in the importance of free speech, they emphasize the need for understanding the potential repercussions of one's words. 5:00 They highlight the issue of entitle…
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When I am looking for subject matter for a new Podcast, many times I will go with what the main or top story in the news happens to be if it has some relation on Bible prophecy. This morning, while looking for material, I at first was a tad flummoxed when, despite all the headlines, I was finding no singular compelling story to talk about. It was t…
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In this IIEA panel, three experts discusses the conflict in Gaza and its broader implications for the regional stability of the Greater Middle East. As the conflict continues, regional actors in the Arab Gulf and the Levant, have stepped up their activities threatening a widening of the conflict beyond the present battlespace. Meanwhile, global pow…
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In Minister Adlercreutz’s view, the long-term success of Europe is being decided now, and Europe must act now. Against the backdrop of a more challenging world, the European elections are fast approaching. As part of the Future-Proofing Europe project, Minister Adlercreutz’s address outlines how Finland seeks to meet these challenges as well as the…
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One of the keys to understanding the book of Revelation is to realize that much of what the apostle John wrote is a ‘match meet’ to much of what the apostle Paul wrote, they click in together like the proverbial lock and key. This is apparent in Paul writing to 7 churches at the beginning of the church age, and John writing to 7 churches at the end…
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In his address to the IIEA, Professor Treisman discusses his recent book Spin Dictators: The Changing Face of Tyranny in the 21st Century. He discusses how a new type of authoritarian regime has emerged which is better adapted to ruling sophisticated, globally-connected societies. These authoritarian regimes rely less on violent repression and inst…
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The fiscal theory of the price level states that inflation results from more government debt than people believe will be repaid. In his remarks to the IIEA, Dr Cochrane explains the idea, and uses it to understand the surge of inflation in 2021-2022, why that inflation went away without restrictive monetary policy and a recession, the strange quiet…
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In this address to the IIEA, Lutz Güllner, Head of Division for Strategic Communications and Information Analysis at the European External Action Service, discusses the issue of disinformation and foreign information manipulation and their implications for the EU’s democratic resilience. Mr Güllner also focuses on the ways in which the EU is respon…
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Have you ever found yourself at a loss for words when trying to explain how you feel? That's where our latest Unbecoming Platypus podcast episode kicks off, navigating the sometimes murky waters of our emotional states. Amy and I get real about the challenges of identifying our feelings, despite being considered experts on the topic. We delve into …
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The very first Eurovision contest was held on May 24, 1956, and only seven countries participated: the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, France, Luxembourg, and Italy, according to the Eurovision website. In 2023, 162 million people viewed it from around the world. This year, Eurovision 2024 became a harbinger of the coming Antichrist. Th…
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