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When a topic as complex as vaccines becomes socially taboo, where do you go to talk about it? Join pediatrician Dr. Bob Sears and Melissa, mother and health freedom educator, on this informative journey where we will discuss everything from disease outbreaks to vaccine risks and side effects, the vaccine schedule, media hype, vaccine laws and controversies, and everything in between. Learn more at our non-profit website ImmunityEducationGroup.org | Sources available at bit.ly/vaxconv . Suppo ...
 
TAKEN FROM THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED 'REAL URBAN MUSIC' VOLUMES.. DJ BUSHMAN IS PROUD TO PRESENT RUM VOL 4.. WHICH IS BEEN BROUGHT BACK DUE TO PUBLIC DEMAND. DJ BUSHMAN HAS TAKEN IT FURTHER BY BRINGING YOU THE BEST!! OF HOUSE AND FUNKY BUT WITHOUT THE HOST A TRACKLIST IS SUPPLIED AND I HOPE THAT YOU ENJOY RUM VOL 4!! WATCH OUT FOR VOL 5 Tracklist: 1. Slim saga – Let Man Kno (Dubplate) 2. Mellow Bee – Space Launch 3. Ill Blu – Overdose 4. Doneao - Im Fly 5. French Fries – Merel (Lil Silva Remix) ...
 
THUMP's weekly podcast features highlights from its popular mix series, THUMP MIX, with the biggest names in dance music and up-and-coming stars putting their DJ skills on full blast. THUMP is the electronic music and culture channel from VICE, chronicling the music, the artists, the fans, the experience. Visit us online at thump.vice.com!
 
"Parle, pense, vis en français et découvre d'autres horizons". Hello, I'm Katy Beauvais, native French as a Foreign Language Instructor. I feel passionate about languages myself and I speak 5 languages. This podcast will be entirely in French as it's dedicated to Intermediate and Advanced French students. You'll immerse yourself in authentic French and I'll help you improve your Language skills in context, through comprehensible input, in an enjoyable, relaxing, creative and inspiring way. W ...
 
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Become a better French learner ! In this episode, through funny anecdotes based on my own experience, I show you why it's so important to both read and listen if you want to progress effectively in French. French liaison and élision, but also akwrad noises we make when speaking or strategies our brain uses to help us memorise and understand can giv…
 
How to use prepositions par, pour, sur, pendant to talk about time in French ? I go back to episode 3, when I was talking about my schedule in a factory filling boxes with cellphones accessories, to help you out with the use of prepositions. You'll also learn some interesting phrases, as always, in context. Direct link to this episode to check the …
 
Find out why I almost didn't publish anything this week. You'll learn vocabulary and phrases in colloquial French and slang we use when we are late and when everything is a mess. Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! - Support my work, get the transcripts, notes and more resources to learn more efficiently An inspiring podcast in French, for inter…
 
How to meet French people and make friends in France ? I tell you how we do to start having a social life even if we don't know anybody. Direct link to this episode : https://katyslanguages.fr/2021/10/14/coup-de-pouce-7-comment-faire-ami-ami-en-france-podcast-the-french-instinct/ . Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! Follow me on instagram - Sub…
 
Is it possible to learn French without taking lessons ? How to integrate French culture without loosing your native culture? In today's episode I receive Kim from Mexico, who lives now in Normandy. When she arrived, she didn't speak French at all. She will share with you how she learned the language, some of the difficulties she had, how she discov…
 
New "coup de pouce" today about episode 28 "ça a fait tilt". Let's talk about slang, colloquial French when we talk about cars and the phrase "louper le coche". Coup de pouce ! Mini episodes of The French instinct podcast to help you acquire vocabulary, phrases, grammar, pronunciation... I give you explanations, advice and I answer your questions. …
 
In this episode, I share with you an anecdote about something that mysteriously happened to my car and how I figured it out. You'll learn a specific phrase "faire tilt" and very concrete vocabulary about everyday life as well as coloquial French we would use in that situation. Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! - Subscribe to my newsletter to r…
 
New "coup de pouce" today about episode 13 "C'est pas la mer à boire" to talk about the importance of the "bain linguisitque", about what "échouer" means when we're learning a language. You'll have the oportunity to review some phrases and vocabulary in context and I'll finish the show with a small quizz. Coup de pouce ! Mini episodes of The French…
 
In this episode, I explain why September is so important for both kids and adults in France. It's much more than going back to school. I'll also share some chilhood memories. I'd already talked about schooling and homeschooling in France in episode 17. You'll hear some of the vocabulary and phrases I had used in that episode, it'll be a good opport…
 
New "coup de pouce" today about using "tu" or "vous". I go back to episode 14 "On se tutoiera au dessert" to give you the answers of the quizz. Coup de pouce ! Mini episodes of The French instinct podcast to help you acquire vocabulary, phrases, grammar, pronunciation... I give you explanations, advice and I answer your questions. Contact me throug…
 
In this episode, I share with you an anecdote about my experience while learning portuguese when I was an expat in Portugal. You'll discover it's sometimes easier to be understood than we usually think. You'll learn the phrase "un moment charnière" through this episode and very concrete vocabulary about everyday practical life. I've also used a lot…
 
New "coup de pouce" today with a suggestion from one of the podcast listeners. I share with you a very interesting comment I received about learning new phrases through The French Instinct podcast and we review a common phrase: "pour un oui ou pour un non". Coup de pouce ! Mini episodes of The French instinct podcast to help you acquire vocabulary,…
 
Let's talk about playing games. The French people love that and I'll tell you some anecdotes about myself and my awkward competitive personality when playing. You'll learn phrases and vocabulary in context through comprehensible input. Direct Link to the episode: https://katyslanguages.fr/2021/08/11/le-jeu-en-vaut-la-chandelle-podcast-25eme-episode…
 
New "coup de pouce" about pronouncing "il y a" and "il faut" in everyday spoken French. Let's go back to episode 6 of the podcast to check if you've noticed how we do it and learn more about the interesting "yakafokon" phenomenon. Coup de pouce ! Mini episodes of The French instinct podcast to help you acquire vocabulary, phrases, grammar, pronunci…
 
A whole episode to talk about cheese ! You'll learn useful vocabulary, cultural references and phrases, always in context. I'll also share with you some anecdotes about myself. Direct link to the episode : https://katyslanguages.fr/2021/07/27/entre-la-poire-et-le-fromage-podcast-24eme-episode/ . Go to my website ! Support my work ! Let's get in tou…
 
New section in The French Instinct podcast : coup de pouce ! Mini episodes to help you acquire vocabulary, phrases, grammar... I give you explanations, advice and I answer your questions. Download the pdf with the quizz and answers and get the script A French podcast to help you learn French through interesting and inspiring content and speak with …
 
In this episode I share childhood memories about French history and I explain you why it is so important to learn in context when we learn languages. As usual, you'll learn phrases and idioms in context. Direct link to the episode : https://katyslanguages.fr/2021/07/09/une-histoire-a-dormir-debout-podcast-23eme-episode/ . Support my work ! Let's ge…
 
In this episode, we'll talk about biking while I take you to a very fun and unsual event. The French people love biking and for you it's an apportunity to learn about French language and culture around this topic. You'll learn useful vocabulary and phrases. DIrect link to the episode : https://katyslanguages.fr/2021/06/19/un-petit-velo-dans-la-tete…
 
Last week-end I went to a "braderie" for the first time in a very long time. You'll learn more about this very popular French event and I'll tell you an anecdote that shows I'm a real "quiche" in geography, which is a colloquial phrase. Find out more and learn in context listening to the episode. Direct link to this episode : https://katyslanguages…
 
Did you know that learning a language and hiking had a lot in common ? Let's sart our journey together in the beautiful valley where I leave and explore the way we learn a language and how we can recover one we haven't spoken in a very long time. Lien direct vers cet épisode https://katyslanguages.fr/2021/06/04/tous-les-chemins-menent-a-rome-20eme-…
 
We celebrate the 1st anniversary of the podcast ! Let's learn French in context arond that topic. Direct link to this episode : https://katyslanguages.fr/2021/05/04/podcast-19/ . Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! Follow me on Instagram - Subscribe to my newsletter to boost your French, receive info about my workshops, courses, with discounts f…
 
In this episode I'll be talking about how we see time and the future in France and in other cultures. Learn useful vocabulary, phrases and cultural references on this topic. I'll share with you my experience with Spanish and Arabic cultures and what they've taught me. Direct link to this episode: https://katyslanguages.fr/2021/04/08/qui-vivra-verra…
 
Today we announce our planned live event in Wisconsin on April 16th and 17th, (www.WUFFStrong.org for tickets) and Dr. Bob's trip to Oregon on April 24th (email info@HealthyImmunity.org for tix). Then we share our exciting plans for The Vaccine Conversation movie. http://bit.ly/vaxconv --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thevaccineconver…
 
In this episode I'll be talking about school in France and about learning. Learn useful vocabulary, phrases and cultural references on this topic. Can we learn without being obliged to do so ? What is the role of pleasure in the learning process? Is school essential for everyone? Does having bad grades mean we can't learn? Direct link to the episod…
 
Our live podcast show is coming to Orlando in just 8 days! We look forward to seeing you there for our two-day event. Dr Bob shares what’s new with his vaccine book and his unique experience caring for families that few other pediatricians get to. Melissa shares what’s new in her life and how she balances work, children, and activism. And we drop s…
 
In this episode I take you to a traditional French bakery and I present you Vincent, a French baker. Go to the article of this episode and full video interview https://katyslanguages.fr/2020/12/21/au-four-et-au-moulin-boulangerie-francaise/ . Go to my website ! Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! - Subscribe to my newsletter to boost your French…
 
In this episode we'll see why French people are not very smily with strangers and the cultural differences about smiling in France and other countries. I'll use a lot of phrases in context and we'll se why it is so important to smile. Direct link to this episode page : https://katyslanguages.fr/2020/11/27/souris-et-la-vie-te-sourira-podcast-15eme-e…
 
Today we recap our recent live podcast in Dallas and share how gathering with fellow freedom fighters blesses the soul and empowers our community. And we announce our upcoming event in Nashville on December 4th and 5th. See y’all there! http://bit.ly/vaxconv --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thevaccineconversation/messageSupport this p…
 
What's the real solution to the pandemic? Can we really avoid Covid by locking down and masking up, or is it wiser to prepare our physical/mental health to work through this inevitable virus? Is our pharma-funded government really trying to keep us safe and healthy, or trying to control us with another year or two of lockdown despite the consequenc…
 
Choosing between "tu" and "vous" to talk to someone in French can be tricky. Which social rules do we need to follow ? Is "tu" always a lack of respect when we don't know someone? In this episode I'll give you some tips to know how to use "vous" properly in polite French and I'll also share with you my own exprerience as a native French and fun ane…
 
Today we announce the revival of our live podcast tour, and our first stop is Dallas, Texas, on November 5! We then take a deeper dive into masks, mortality, and the fear of disease. How is our society reacting to the "new normal" that our government and health policymakers continue to force upon us? Why are Covid deaths viewed as something worse t…
 
Today we explain the new technology behind Moderna'��s mRNA vaccine. Is a brand new untested technology really in our best interest in something as complex as vaccination? Then we read and discuss an internal email from Health and Human Services that reveals some of the motivations and processes involved in Operation Warp Speed -�� our federal gove…
 
The flu shot just became mandatory for all Massachusetts infants, children, and young adults, passed by the Legislature without any public input. Numerous public health departments and Universities are following suit. But will this vaccine really protect us from influenza complications and keep us safe from Covid? Why are local jurisdictions mandat…
 
I'm back ! Summer is already over and I'd like to make it a little longer through this episode and to take you to the ocean with me, from the cost to the open sea. Have you ever noticed how much the ocean and languages have in common? Well, I'm sure you'll understand it as soon as you listen to this episode. Follow me on my virtual journey through …
 
Melissa continues her conversation with Dr. Bob with a look back at how The Vaccine Book came into being. Why did he write it, how did he formulate his approach to vaccines, and how have his viewpoints evolved in his updated third edition (2019) of the book? We explore alternative vaccine schedules and what risks they pose compared to the CDC sched…
 
We continue our interview series with a spotlight on Dr. Bob Sears. Melissa takes you on a journey into Dr. Bob’s past to learn what prepared him for life as a doctor. We discuss how his father, also an outlier who rose up as a champion for naturally-minded families, influenced him. We talk about what it’s like to provide a medical home for familie…
 
Today we cover a New England Journal of Medicine report that seeks to establish six criteria that should be in place in order to justify mandating the Covid vaccine. But who decides if the disease is out of control? Will mandates be targeted at certain groups or at everyone, and will there be enough doses to go around? Will pharma be transparent en…
 
Is mumps a harmless childhood disease, or are the complications as common and serious as the media portrays? Are current outbreaks happening because some choose to opt out of this vaccine, or are most cases occurring in fully-vaccinated teens and adults because of vaccine failure? What are the side-effects of this live-virus vaccine, and are these …
 
We recorded this lost episode back in January but never aired it because Coronavirus took over the airwaves. You never know when you’ll have an opportunity to share the human side of vaccine injury and the personal reason for your beliefs with friends and strangers. Melissa and Dr. Bob both share their top five topics of conversation to have ready …
 
This episode will be the last one before vacations. In this episode we'll talk about the benefits of being lazing and bored and the art of not doing anything from time to time. I'll use useful phrases and words related to that topic. Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! - Subscribe to my newsletter to receive the info about my workshops, courses,…
 
In this episode we'll play a very easy game which will allow you to be aware of the different meanings of a word and the importance of cultural references when learning a foreign language. You'll learn some interesting informal French and French cultural references that will help you understand better French humor. Support my work ! Let's get in to…
 
Today we discuss a variety of topics, starting with how tolerance of varying viewpoints can bring a society closer together and unify those in the health freedom movement. We announce Dr. Bob's new podcast "A Tale of Two Sides" and Melissa's upcoming podcast (coming soon!). Then we dig into some new studies on Hydroxychloroquine and its role in Cov…
 
In this episode we'll talk about music and songs and their benefits in our lives, but also how music and languages are so similar and why learning languages through music can be more eficient. I'll be using a lot of phrases and idioms related to music and I'll share with you some French songs. Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! - Subscribe to m…
 
The justification for social distancing, mask wearing, and shutting down our global economy was largely based on the fear that asymptomatic people will easily spread Covid. Early studies fanned these fears and created a whole world of people willing to “do their part” by staying home to stay safe, to shun social contact, and to shame those who don’…
 
In this episode, I'll share with you my point of view about what it means and what it implies to be able to speak another language. What do we need to know about Pronunciation, Vocabulary, Grammar? What about mistakes? Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! - Subscribe to my newsletter to receive the info about my workshops, courses, with discounts…
 
Many policymakers assume that Covid-19 is largely spread by children, leading to nationwide school closures and hesitation about re-opening amid unfounded fears of kids being asymptomatic carriers. Today we break down research articles and expert opinions that show the opposite is true: while the Flu is readily spread by children, Covid-19 is not. …
 
In this episode, I'll share with you an interesting guided visualization and its psychological meaning. Be prepared to close your eyes and relax. Through this exercice you'll be able tu use your French skills in a practical way. Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! - Subscribe to my newsletter to receive the info about my workshops, courses, with…
 
We often see the media ignore science in favor of eye-catching headlines. Fear sells, and reassurance does not. Medical experts have been reporting cases of Kawasaki disease or multi-organ inflammation syndrome as a rare Covid complication in kids, stressing it is extremely rare and no cause for alarm. Yet the media and officials are capitalizing o…
 
In this episode, we'll see why it can be risky to talk too much and too fast and how we can avoid some very embarassing situations when speaking. You'll hear a lot of phrases and idioms in context and learn some fun facts about French language an culture. Support my work ! Let's get in touch ! - Subscribe to my newsletter to receive the info about …
 
Today we speak with Senator and family physician Dr. Scott Jensen who found a national spotlight on conservative news for his unique but accurate views on the polarizing Covid debate. He discusses how mandating anything from masks to the vaccine is a dangerous precedent for a free society and how the media and regulatory agencies use fear to guide …
 
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