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Kristofer Velasquez

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Vaudial (VAW-dee-ull) adj. 1) visual imagery using audio 2) painting pictures in the mind using words Kristofer Velasquez is a writer, director, producer, teacher, and father who has chosen this podcast as a verbal quest for immortality through a collection of musings. Sometimes creatively written, other times just curiously spoken - he hopes that his words might reach his children after he’s gone. From published and unpublished fiction to commentary on everything from horror and science fic ...
 
Retrouvez interviews, extraits de conférences ou encore reportages qui mettent en lumière la philosophie de nos experts dans leurs domaines de compétences. La BCV est la banque du canton de Vaud, de ses habitants et de ses entreprises. Humaine et accessible, elle fait partie intégrante de l'économie cantonale. Banque à vocation universelle, elle est active dans plusieurs domaines et offre une large gamme de prestations à une clientèle très diversifiée.
 
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Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college.She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recol…
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
There’s 100% chance that 50% of the time you are listening to Kris explain paranormal issues you will have a 25% feeling that there is a ghost occupying 5% of the space you’re currently in, which has 0% possibility of being able to be proven to explained. Please note your findings in your ghosthunting evidence journal. --- This episode is sponsored…
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
If the Terminator or Westworld has taught us anything, it’s that we fail at time travel and cyborgs will always be so much cooler. But they also taught us that in all scenarios, people end up being pretty useless to a race of robots. So before Siri makes it to the 2020 election ballot, Kris shares some insight on the riddle of artificial intelligen…
 
Well, this is going to be awkward. Kris just found the solution our stalled human evolution in the face of the apocalyptic progression of technology and our regression of our collective #intellectual development … and it’s more awkward and longwinded than this sentence. From crazy people at Target to the complete failure of handshakes, get ready … …
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
Sabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her reco…
 
Kris has officially been alive for almost 4 decades. He speaks to his kids that are listening to this in some distant future and, in doing so, must thread hispast together. Press mute or stop immediately or you might learn something. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podc…
 
Struggling to lose weight? Fighting to get healthy? Drop those extra pounds simply by listening to this episode! This miracle treatment uses sound waves to stimulate your metabolism to start burning fat as you listen! Act now! Operators are standing by! While supplies last! No credit card required! Disclaimer: This podcast has not been evaluated by…
 
Stephen King's "It". Oceans 11. The Thing. Pet Sematary. Dawn of the Dead. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Night of the Living Dead. What do they have in common? Kris has a conversational breakdown and can't (re)make up his mind about whether remakes are good or bad.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https:/…
 
Harry Potter. Michael Jordan. Breaking Bad. Nirvana. The Office. Dawn of the Dead. Lord of the Rings. What do they have in common? The answer: the fact that Kris hasn't and doesn't watch Game of Thrones. Seriously.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
There’s an app for everything, right? What if there was one for a headache? Or depression? What about the cure for cancer right in your pocket? There’s a reason that Patrick and his friends are skeptical about the Signus app that they're helping to create. It’s not just because of the crazy notion of nanotechnology to combat health conditions. The …
 
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