When the Jacket Character Pack Trailer came out, I couldnt Wait. The song was so cool, and I couldnt wait to play as Jacket, a Character from one of my Favourite games. When the Song finally came out, IT was good, but not what I hoped for. so, I decided to post this little mix I made. Using the Audio from the Trailer by Simon Vikmund, The Song done by Simon Vikmund, And some of the Voice Clips Jacket uses in the Game. With acouple phone sounds at the end. to Mix it into this. The Music is all property of Simon Vikmund, and the Clips are the property of Payday 2, and Overkill Games. I Hope you enjoy.
On September 17, 2009, Simon Sinek stepped onto a small stage for a local gathering…and proceeded to blow away the world. The event was TEDx Puget Sound. He had no slides, no fancy presentation. Just an idea and an easel. For 18 minutes, he spoke about an awakening. Something he called “the golden circle,” and […] Visit http://www.goodlifeproject.com for Broadcast Quality Videos.
Simon is also a master storyteller. As our conversation unfolds, he shares a stunningly powerful story about a trip to Afghanistan with the military that went bad, and how it became a flight he'll remember for the rest of his life. By the time he was done, I was near tears and had trouble speaking, let alone continuing the conversation. Watch all the way through, it will be so worth the investment of time and energy.
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Three different ways of rigging elections: voter fraud, voter suppression and computerized election theft; are exit polls reliable; adjusted exit polls; presidential primaries of both parties; caucus versus primary results in the democratic primary; exit poll versus vote count disparity; the two Dakotas; democratic exit polling cancelled in many states; consortium that conducts exit polls; two types of computerized vote rigging: pre-set and real time manipulations; Help America Vote Act; optical scanners; whistleblowers; Dominion and ES&F; programming sub-contractors; election administrators; 2016 presidential election exit poll versus vote count comparison.
Originally Aired: November 23, 2016
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Entering college, Tami Simon started asking questions her teachers couldn’t answer. Deeper questions about life and meaning and purpose. Until she found one teacher from Sri Lanka who talked about the world very differently. She eventually dropped out and traveled to Sri Lanka to spend more time with that teacher and his family and begin […] Visit http://www.goodlifeproject.com for Broadcast Quality Videos.
For KCSU News the Rocky Mountain Review, Democratic Representative Jared Polis and I discuss politics the day after the first Presidential Debate of the 2016 election.
We discuss the debate between Clinton and Trump, the future of a free and open internet, the potential of Bitcoin, and the crumbling War on Drugs- as well as the ongoing Opiate epidemic. I also get Jared Polis opinion on the DEA's latest move to federally ban an herb known as Kratom.
Recorded, Edited, and Produced for KCSU News "The Rocky Mountain Review" by Jonathan Simon. KCSU News 90.5 FM is an affiliate of Rocky Mountain Student Media.
In this segment, Oscar Lorandi and I discuss the box office smash "Deadpool", and the success the movie has brought 20th Century Fox. Also, interviews with students at CSU on their thoughts on the film, as well as Oscar himself throwing in his two cents. Produced for KCSU FM's 90.5 "Quite Honestly News Show".
In this recap of last week's Gravitational Wave discovery, we take a deeper look into series of events that lead to this cosmic occurrence. Featuring an interview with Space Engineer major Aaron Petit, and an audio clip explanation by the one and only Neil Degrasse Tyson.
In this segment, we explore what exactly Super Tuesday is, what makes it politically significant, and detailed results from the 12 states and one territory that participated in this year's landmark nomination contest. Featuring interviews with students and graduates, as well as a critical discussion regarding the genuine, modern importance of Super Tuesday in determining presidential nominees. Recorded and Produced by Jonathan Simon for KCSU 90.5 News.
In this segment, KCSU News reporter Oscar Lorandi and I discuss Bernie Sanders visit this past Saturday. Covering everything from speech highlights, importance to Super Tuesday, and my personal impression of Senator Sanders speech at Moby Arena at Colorado State University. Produced for KCSU 90.5 FM News.
In this brief recap, we take a look at the colorful persona, decisive rulings, and dogmatic constitutionalism of former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. We also take a look at statements by Justice Ginsburg and President Obama on Scalia's passing last Saturday.
In this special edition segment, I take a look at the resources available to young innovators at CSU- specifically through the Institute for Entrepreneurship. We speak with Christine Chin, the Director of the Institute, John Morris, a CSU graduate whose innovation Quadshox has helped the wheelchair community immensely, and James Tillotson, a CSU masters alum who worked with the Institute in developing a product that could have potentially revolutionized open heart surgery.
Furthermore, we take a look at the CSU Collegiate Challenge; a day-long competition with $20,000 on the line. Join me in taking a look at the cornerstone of the American Dream, here in Fort Collins.