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PARASITE 2019 FULL MOVIE(STREAMING)(DOWNLOAD)(ONLINE)[[FREE]] Released: May 30, 2019 Runtime: 132 minutes Genre: Comedy, Thriller, Drama Stars: Song Kang-ho, Lee Sun-kyun, Cho Yeo-jeong, Choi Woo-shik, Park So-dam, Chang Hyae-jin, Lee Jung-eun, Park Myung-hoon, Jung Ji-so, Jung Hyeon-jun, Park Keun-rok Production Company: CJ Entertainment, Barunson E&A
 
Co-hosts Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett talk with callers who have questions and stories about linguistics, old sayings, word histories, etymology, regional dialects, slang, new words, word play, word games, grammar, family expressions, books, literature, writing, and more. Your language questions: https://waywordradio.org/contact or words@waywordradio.org. Call toll-free *any* time in the U.S. and Canada at 1 (877) 929-9673. From elsewhere in the world: +1 619 800 4443. All past shows ar ...
 
The Almighty A.R. & Singodsuperior discuss Hip-Hop and life. Hailing from Baltimore, MD (Singodsuperior is currently based in Norman, OK) and being involved in Hip-Hop, academia, veganism/vegetarianism, and a litany of other walks of life, their conversations and perspectives on everything under the sun. Check it out!
 
A weekly show that brings you ten new tracks from artists from across the world. We cover every genre conceivable, from abstract techno, mutated dancehall, dark metal to Chinese bin lid music or something else - if it's recorded outside of the major label system, we're up for playing it. You'll find music you love, music you don't understand, and music that'll change your life.
 
I’m your host Sherrod Small, comedian, actor, writer, producer and just a handsome fella. And this is Small Ball, the sports show that you want to be part of, and you are! The audience is our co-host. We bring some of the biggest names in sports together with some of the biggest names in comedy and we kick it. We talk scores, players, coaches, beginnings, life, anything under the sun sports-related. Every comedian I know had dreams of being a sports star and most athletes think they’re funny ...
 
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According to God's Word, the Bible, the sun did not always light the earth. It wasn't made till Day 4 of Creation Week, while the earth was created on Day 1. This refutes ideas like ‘God used evolution' and ‘God created over billions of years' because they all assert that the sun rose before the earth. For the first three days of existence, the ear…
 
Jesus was publicly shamed by His own siblings and doubted by His cousin, but He never spoke out against them. Instead, Jesus set the example for all Christians to follow: correct someone in private, honor them in public. In this second instalment of his series on honor, Kong Hee teaches us the importance of focusing on the problem and not the perso…
 
If someone urges you to spill the tea, they probably don't want you tipping over a hot beverage. Originally, the tea here was the letter T, as in truth. To spill the T means to pass along truthful information. Plus, some delicious Italian idioms involving food. The Italian phrase that literally translates Eat the soup or jump out the window! means …
 
A heavy Melbourne influence on this week’s show, with stunning esoteric electronics from Bridget Chappell, crushing doom from Divide and Dissolve, and dancehall from Monkey Marc. Elsewhere we have psychedelic pop from Jane Weaver, club electronics from Sonia Calico, big-band funk from The Yorkshire Film & Television Orchestra, the latest from The B…
 
To honor someone is to always believe in, hope for and think the best of him (Phil 4:8). In this sermon, Kong Hee shows from Scripture the importance of having a spirit of honor; Jesus was an honoring person, even to the woman at the well. Pastor Kong highlights two groups of people we are specifically called to honor: our parents and our spouse. L…
 
Amid court-ordered busing in the 1970s, a middle-school teacher tried to distract her nervous students on the first day of class with this strange assignment: find a monarch caterpillar. The result? A memorable lesson in the miracle of metamorphosis. Plus, the story behind the slang expression Word!, meaning "Believe me!" The original version invol…
 
Short(ish) nuggets of exceptional experimental music across this week's podcast - plus a 19-minute opus from Liverpool's Ex-Easter Island Head, who said goodbye to their own studio with this week's spectacular closer. Elsewhere, we have political hiphop from JUU4E - Thailand's answer to D Double E, we have abstract electronics from Korea's Arexibo,…
 
Bobby Chaw leads us in a study of the faithfulness of Moses. Moses remained faithful believing in God's promises, despite experiencing disappointments many times. He also endured multiple betrayals from the people closest fo him; still, he was faithful to obey God's command to love and forgive. Moses faced failure after failure, but against all odd…
 
When you had sleepovers as a child, what did you call the makeshift beds you made on the floor? In some places, you call those bedclothes and blankets a pallet. This word comes from an old term for "straw." And: What's the story behind the bedtime admonition "Sleep tight, and don't let the bedbugs bite"? Plus, when grownups are talking about sex or…
 
This podcast explores all reaches of musical experimentation, some weeks you might hear disco, other weeks you may hear metal. So when Finnish faves Pharaoh Overload combined the two on their new record for Rocket Recordings, we had to sit up and listen. Thankfully it’s phenomenal. Elsewhere on this show we have pseudo gabba from Maciej Maciągowski…
 
In the post-truth world that we live in, Christians must first become people of God's truth and of God's love before being able to effectively speak the truth in love. Aries Zulkarnain's pivotal message on spiritual dexterity alerts believers to the stark difference between the manipulated "truth" of the world and God's truth. Like Abraham, who est…
 
Jacuzzi and silhouette are eponyms – that is, they derive from the names of people. An Italian immigrant to California invented the bubbly hot tub called a jacuzzi. And the word silhouette commemorates a penny-pinching treasury secretary who lasted only a few months in office and was associated with these shadow portraits. Also, if the words strubb…
 
There are few better ways to stretch your musical legs than the 8-minute delight that is the title track from the debut EP from Kibrom Birhane on the new Flying Carpet Records, and that’s exactly how we kick off this week’s show. We also have experimental excellence from Lucrecia Dalt, and compilation highlights from Ireland’s Autumns and the stunn…
 
Being rejected is part of life, but if it's left unchecked, feelings of rejection can cause someone to hurt those he loves most, or to run away from emotional connections. In this heartfelt sermon, Wu Yuzhuang explains that sometimes, rejection may arise from others' personal issues, or if they feel threatened by your success. Drawing from the exam…
 
The emotional appeal of handwriting and the emotional reveal of animal phrases. Should children be taught cursive writing in school, or is their time better spent studying other things? A handwritten note and a typed one may use the very same words, but handwritten version may seem much more intimate. Plus, English is full of grisly expressions abo…
 
On this week's Independent Music Podcast we're bringing you the usual unusual and adventurous sounds from across the globe. We start in London with the wild new Reckonwrong record on Queeste, and move swiftly through South Africa with Angel-Ho's second record for Hyperdub, Argentinan traditional infused electronics from Berenice Llorens on Kriptonî…
 
In this post-truth era, we live in constant uncertainty and skepticism because the truth is no longer simple in an age of “deep fake”. In this encouraging message by Bobby Chaw, we are reminded that in a truthless world, Jesus is the Truth, the Way and the Life (John 14:6). There are three things about God that we can count on: He is consistent, He…
 
Some TV commercials launch catchphrases that stick around long after the original ads. The exclamation Good stuff, Maynard! is still a compliment almost 40 years after it was used in a commercial for Malt-O-Meal hot cereal. And: what do you call that room where the whole family gathers? The family room? The den? The TV room? Names for that part of …
 
For a globally-focused podcast we're keeping it mostly local this week. But before the onslaught of excellent UK music, we kick things off with the industrial psy-pop of Ukranian trio Tvii Son whose debut album is a true highlight of the year so far. We also welcome back Faten Kanaan with her debut for Fire Records, Black Acre's Commodo, and Sophia…
 
Has the convenient “new norm” of doing church online replaced your commitment and sense of community? In this thought-provoking sermon, Aries Zulkarnain challenges the church to beware letting technology become a substitute for God. When technology has distracted us to the point where we no longer examine it, it has power to enslave us. Being more …
 
If you speak both German and Spanish, you may find yourself reaching for a German word instead of a Spanish one, and vice versa. This puzzling experience is so common among polyglots that linguists have a name for it. Also, the best writers create luscious, long sentences using the same principles that make for a musician's melodious phrasing or a …
 
Dancefloor smashers, bleak noises, and a long-overdue new single from Arab Strap are amongst this week's highlights. We have percussive transcendental psychedelia from Brazil and from Forest Hill, we've got a bonkers-yet-brilliant track from Misty's Big Adventure's Grandmaster Gareth, driving Swiss Krautrock from Cyril Cyril, experimental folk from…
 
In the second part of this teaching, Kong Hee shows through Scripture how Jesus always spoke the truth but with great love to sinners like the woman at the well (Jn 4) and the adulterous woman (Jn 8), and by doing so, transformed their lives. The truth is important because it determines the outcome of our lives and our growth, but the evidence of o…
 
How does social context shape our perception of language? When hiking the Appalachian Trail, a young woman from Wyoming found that fellow hikers assumed she was from another country, not only because of how she spoke, but also how she looked. Sometimes our perception of other people's accents have more to do with social context than with any real d…
 
Back together in the same place again this week, and what a selection we've got for you. Kicking off with the ace new single from Lotic, whose move to Houndstooth hopefully yields more than the two singles we've had from her so far. We have Iranian experimentalism from Saint Abdullah, two wonderful Indonesian projects - one from Divisi62 and Senyaw…
 
Truth without love makes a person harsh. Love without truth makes one self-indulgent and self-pleasing. In this sermon, Kong Hee shows us how to maintain a healthy balance by following the example of Apostle John, who was transformed through Jesus’ discipleship from being a self-righteous “son of thunder” to being an “apostle of love”. We must be r…
 
Chances are you recognize the expressions Judgment Day and the root of all evil as phrases from the Bible. There are many others, though, some of which may surprise you: the powers that be and bottomless pit first appeared in scripture. Plus, there's a term for when the language of a minority is adopted by the majority. When, for example, expressio…
 
We are exploring a whole range of sounds on this week's show, kicking off with the opening track from Albertine Sarges' sublime debut LP on Moshi Moshi, we move swiftly through phenomenal jazz via the newsish spiritual jazz label Spiritmuse, bewitching electronics from Belbury Poly, a humongous John Dwyer-led ensemble cast for experimental psych, S…
 
In this time of pandemic, the Christian has a mission to make a difference to the world with his unique gifts and talents. Listen to this prophetically-charged conversation between Pastor Kong Hee and CHC’s spiritual mentor, Dr A.R. Bernard of Christian Cultural Center and discover how God is shaping our “new normal” through revival, creativity and…
 
What happens in a classroom of refugee and immigrant youngsters learning English? Their fresh approach to language can result in remarkable poetry -- some of which is collected in the anthology England: Poems from a School. Also, new language among healthcare professionals: the term cohorting describes the act of grouping patients with COVID-19 in …
 
Japanese artists by way of Kampala, Tel Aviv, and Berlin dominate this week's show, as DJ Die Soon produced the mesmerising Sekelembele release on Hakuna Kulala, Yurika vocalises the middle eastern funk of Sababa 5 on London's Batov label and the inimitable WaqWaq Kingdom return with their exceptional new EP on Phantom Limb. Elsewhere, there's jazz…
 
In Numbers 22, there are four important lessons on how to respond to life’s challenges believers can learn from four characters. In this sermon by Bobby Chaw, we learn from Balak, king of Moab, that unlike unbelievers, we can be focused on God. From the prophet Balaam, we learn that we must not be double-minded, but be pure. God’s presence in the c…
 
We have books that should be on every language lover's wish list, plus a couple of recommendations for history buffs. Plus: how did the word boondoggle come to denote a wasteful project? The answer involves the Boy Scouts, a baby, a craft project, and a city council meeting. Plus, wordplay with palindromes. Instead of reversing just individual lett…
 
This is our first show in a long time where we've recorded in the same room, and it's all the better for it. Here in the UK we specialise in warm beer, but the Hot Beer of Nazamba that opens this podcast puts us in a much better place than the curiosities of post-lockdown Britain. We also welcome in the new sounds from the mesmerising Hekla, Uganda…
 
You are not on your own—God is with you. In this rousing sermon, Pastor Phil Pringle of C3 Church, Sydney reminds us of the God Factor. God wants to put “But God” faith in us—it’s what causes us to have victory over our enemies. Pastor Phil lists three situations in which we most need the God Factor: when we are fearful, when we get ourselves in a …
 
*There seems to be an issue with uploading this week's episode, this is an identical copy that will hopefully make it into your feed* We're pretty confident that you'll find something to fall in love with on this week's podcast. The quality is so high and the musical explorations so varied, there's nearly something for everyone. Whether it's the sa…
 
Are there words and phrases that you misunderstood for an embarrassingly long time? Maybe you thought that money laundering literally meant washing drug-laced dollar bills, or that AM radio stations only broadcast in the morning? A Twitter thread prompts those and other funny confessions. And: a moving new memoir by Kansas writer Sarah Smarsh touch…
 
We're pretty confident that you'll find something to fall in love with on this week's podcast. The quality is so high and the musical explorations so varied, there's nearly something for everyone. Whether it's the sample-laden bewitching sounds from Estonia from Man Rei, or the dub-laced psych from... err... Estonia in the shape of Huerequeque. We …
 
In this very first weekend edition of Coffee With Kong, Pastor Kong Hee takes the interviewer’s seat as he speaks to his guest, Pastor Bill Johnson of Bethel Church through video conferencing. Tackling topics from COVID-19 and the future of church to fanning the flames of spiritual fire, be blessed by the wisdom shared in this warm conversation. Le…
 
An ornithologist says there's a growing movement to change the name of a pink-footed bird currently called the flesh-footed shearwater. The movement reflects a growing understanding that using flesh-colored for "pink" fails to acknowledge the full range of human skin color. Plus, is hooligan an anti-Irish slur? Some people might perceive it that wa…
 
A great batch of sounds on this week's podcast. Kicking off with the fabulous first cut from the new LP from Montevideo's Lila Tirando a Violeta, we've got field recordings from Nairobi's KMRU, modern classical from Silvia Tarozzi, a fake Italo disco soundtrack, avant garde studio improvisations from HXXS and loads more. Tracklisting Lila Tirando a…
 
In this season, being stuck in the middle, unable to fully resume life as we know it, can make Christians feel like their faith has been left hanging in mid-air. In his weekend message, Pastor Aries Zulkarnain comforts and inspires the listener to find purpose in “the middle”. There are two ways to relook at our situation. One, our loss of purpose …
 
Music to stretch your ears to on the show this week, with lots of wonderful mammoth tunes, including the sublime new track from Matmos, which clocks in just shy of ten minutes. We're also honoured to have a premiere of the fabulous new Planet Battagon track on the On the Corner Records dancefloor sampler, which is out later this month. Sticking wit…
 
If you catch your blue jeans on a nail, you may find yourself with a winklehawk. This term was adapted into English from Dutch, and means "an L-shaped tear in a piece of fabric." And: What's your relationship with the books on your shelves? Do the ones you haven't read yet make you feel guilty -- or inspired? Finally, we're all used to fairy tales …
 
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