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1. Bassilisk - AIDS McGee

  • Published: 2017-05-23T05:27:47Z
  • By Bassilisk
Bassilisk - AIDS McGee

A wonderful construction of glorious sounds that will make even the harshest critics squeal with delight. I hope this testament to pure skill and musical ability will ring happily in your ears.

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2. The Pure Essence of EXPLOSIONS

The Pure Essence of EXPLOSIONS

Everything I've made put together :) don't forget to rate 5 star and like my twtitter and folow my facebook and listen to my instragram and like my printerest and join my CoD clan

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3. DARREN ALEXANDER - TECH TALK 12/8 - Polly McGee - ABC NorthTas

DARREN ALEXANDER - TECH TALK 12/8 - Polly McGee - ABC NorthTas

Darren Alexander has returned with Tech Talk - This week Polly McGee discovered, 1. 'Ask Jeeves' may be gone, but here’s Jibo 2. Facial Recognition aids law enforcement. 3. not much more about Metadata for more information.. http://www.doublerobotics.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TNpwHD-iAc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_WohE0N43o&feature=player_embedded https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3N1Q8oFpX1Y&sns=em http://www.myjibo.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hfFl6w3vRTw

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4. Leona Gold 2

Leona Gold 2

Leona Gold was born in 1914 in Youngstown, Ohio. Her family moved to Manhattan, New York in 1930. Gold attended City College of New York. She worked at the Henry Street Settlement in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan between 1955 and 1980, and became a trustee of the organization in 1982. Between 1955 and 1957 she served as an assistant to the Director of the Fiscal Office and served as the Director from 1957 to 1980. At the time of the interview she served as a trustee. She married in 1934 and had children. Scope and Contents This interview was conducted on October 21, 1991 by Greg Raynor at Leona Gold’s apartment in Manhattan, New York. The interview covers Gold’s experiences at the Henry Street Settlement in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan between the 1950s and the early 1990s. Gold discusses her education, family, and her knowledge of the Henry Street Settlement before she worked there. She recounts her excitement in starting to work for the Settlement in 1955 and discusses becoming the Director of the Fiscal Office, including staff she hired and differences in the office before and after she became the Director. She discusses grants the Settlement received while she was the Director of the Fiscal Office and new programs that were established through these grants, particularly youth programs. She discusses the creation of Mobilization for Youth, its relationship with the Settlement, and staff members of the Settlement who also worked at Mobilization for Youth. She discusses other programs at the Settlement aimed at educating children and teenagers about alternatives to gangs. She discusses Directors of the Settlement, including Helen Hall, Bertram Beck, and Daniel Kronenfeld. Other topics include programs for homeless people and children of People with AIDS, the Settlement as leader in social program initiatives, and the Board of Trustees at the Settlement. For more information regarding Leona Gold see interviews with: Beck, Bertram; McGee-Robinson, Audrey Peters; O’Malley, Nora

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5. Leona Gold 1

Leona Gold 1

Leona Gold was born in 1914 in Youngstown, Ohio. Her family moved to Manhattan, New York in 1930. Gold attended City College of New York. She worked at the Henry Street Settlement in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan between 1955 and 1980, and became a trustee of the organization in 1982. Between 1955 and 1957 she served as an assistant to the Director of the Fiscal Office and served as the Director from 1957 to 1980. At the time of the interview she served as a trustee. She married in 1934 and had children. Scope and Contents This interview was conducted on October 21, 1991 by Greg Raynor at Leona Gold’s apartment in Manhattan, New York. The interview covers Gold’s experiences at the Henry Street Settlement in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan between the 1950s and the early 1990s. Gold discusses her education, family, and her knowledge of the Henry Street Settlement before she worked there. She recounts her excitement in starting to work for the Settlement in 1955 and discusses becoming the Director of the Fiscal Office, including staff she hired and differences in the office before and after she became the Director. She discusses grants the Settlement received while she was the Director of the Fiscal Office and new programs that were established through these grants, particularly youth programs. She discusses the creation of Mobilization for Youth, its relationship with the Settlement, and staff members of the Settlement who also worked at Mobilization for Youth. She discusses other programs at the Settlement aimed at educating children and teenagers about alternatives to gangs. She discusses Directors of the Settlement, including Helen Hall, Bertram Beck, and Daniel Kronenfeld. Other topics include programs for homeless people and children of People with AIDS, the Settlement as leader in social program initiatives, and the Board of Trustees at the Settlement. For more information regarding Leona Gold see interviews with: Beck, Bertram; McGee-Robinson, Audrey Peters; O’Malley, Nora

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6. GAME FART #18 - The Adventure Games Special - What the Fuck is an Adventure Game?

  • Published: 2017-06-07T02:14:41Z
  • By FASNASTIC
GAME FART #18 - The Adventure Games Special - What the Fuck is an Adventure Game?

GAME FART is BACK after a quick hiatus! What are "Adventure Games"? Are they Monkey Island type point and clicks? Red Dead type action games? Tomb Raider type platformers? WipeOut HD?! It turns out, nobody actually knows. So we just talk about anything and everything, with a heavy emphasis on funny accents, as per-usual. Enjoy us this week as we tackle THE GOOD, THE UGLY, and forget to do THE BAD, as it's time for THE GAME FART ADVENTURE GAME SPECIAL! # GOOD Fart - LucasArts Point & Clicks - Thumbleweed Park # UGLY Fart - Monkey Island 4 # Gets a Mention - Fart Face McGee - Game Fart Intro Music - What is an Adventure Game? - Go on an Adventure Today? - An Adventure for a Fat Girl - Uncharted - Metal Gear Solid - Red Dead Redemption - Grand Theft Auto - The definition of an adventure - Non-Stop Italian Adventures - What is Racist to Americans? - Top of the racist food chain - You cant racist UP. You can only racist DOWN. - LucasArts Games - Tomb Raider: Rise of the Fingers (an action adventure game) - Can you agree with a disagree? - Sam & Max Hit the Road - The Telltale Jurassic Park Game - Need for Speed - FallOut 4 - SimCity - WWE Games - Everybody's Gone to the Rapture - Mist - No Mans Sky - Borderlands - Drawn to Death - Little Big Planet - Super Mario 3D World - Fifa - Pirates don't get fingered - Uncharted 2, 3, and 4 wasn't an adventure - WipeOut HD - Monkey Island games - Day of the Tentacle - Myst - Mindmaze (from Encarta 95) - Thimbleweed Park bugs - Escape Rooms - Yooka Laylee (+ Patch) - Grim Fandango - Winnie the Poo - Britannica Encyclopaedias - Tom Hanks - LOST - Guinness World Records - Guinness Beer - Michelin Stars & Tyers - Ridleys Believe it or Not - AIDS - http://llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch.info - Name changes - Alec Guiness - Tom Cruise - Brad Pitt - Jim Carrey - Jordan Misfud - Funny Accents - Leisure Suit Larry - Grand Theft Auto - Seriously - What is an Adventure Game?!? - Al, my gay mate - No Mans Sky - Game Fart is Relaxed / and / or / shit - Do Adventure Games even exist? # FARTMAIL / POST SHOW - Welly Welsh Willie Introduction - Welsh People - Camp Guys Fifa Gang Bang - Duke Nukem World Tour Event coming soon - Nobody is playing Killzone # Follow us at... gamefart.fasnastic.com twitter.com/fasnasticgf facebook.com/fasnasticgf reddit.com/r/FASNASTIC soundcloud.com/fasnastic madcastmedia.com/shows/gamefart youtube.com/fasnastic itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1212703118 # Give us a call UK: +44 115 824 5042 USA: +1 480-470-8943 This podcast is brought to you by FASNASTIC LTD. in the UK and intended to be listened to on the train to work, or in bed for some falling asleep background noise.

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