1. How to Deal with Holiday Stress - A Christian Family Institute video podcast

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    from Dr. Timothy Doty / Added

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    Dr. Tim Doty, Psy.D. of Christian Family Institute in Tulsa, Oklahoma shares some quick tips about how to stay healthy during the holiday season. He discusses continuing to place an importance on healthy exercise, eating and sleep as well as taking joy in the season. www.CFItulsa.com

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    • Pixelosophy Episode 69: Crudely Titled

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      This week, Pixelosophy remixes the remixes. Actually, they head back to the remake tree, and once again eat of its delicious fruit. They both give their top five games that they'd like to see remade, with some details on exactly how to remake them. Think of the possibilities.

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      • Homesteading & Farming Activities

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        from Lynn Besch / Added

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        Where did my people come from? America was founded and settled mostly by European peasants. They sought a new life, freedom, and land ownership. There are many stories of why and where your family came from and how America developed into what it is today. Native Indians, African slaves, Asians and many outside ethnic cultures were a part of this expanding melting pot nation.

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        • Past Military & Entertainment Activities

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          from Lynn Besch / Added

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          We the people. America’s melting pot of many cultures became one unique nation, with values, and a strong heritage. The new world was founded on the principles of life, liberty and justice for all. The military and government administered the law. Another important needed aspect of life were social and relationship activities. These things included music, holidays, playing games, dancing, and sports.

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          • Natures Resources for Survival

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            from Lynn Besch / Added

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            For the land of the free and the home of the brave. The pioneers used all of natures resources for survival. Food that was not grown on the farm, was hunted and trapped. The animals were used for their fur as well as their meat, bones, and organs. Our ancestors understood that all the fundamental natural resources were important for survival and included: plants, animals, minerals, fuels, water, soil & rocks, air & wind, and the forests and pastures.

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            • Historical Trades & Occupations

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              from Lynn Besch / Added

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              The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker. Where have they all gone? There were many necessary and unique trades to help families survive on the frontier. These special skills all had an important purpose in it’s day because there was a need for important products and services in the new world.

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              • Forgotten Historical Activities

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                Take a step back in time. How people spent their daily lives 150 years ago was very different from our current reality. Their ordinary activities mostly involved their survival needs of food, clothing and shelter. These things were common and necessary and we can now see their unique reality through this historical overview video.

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                • Radioactive Nerd: Episode 56 The Tronisode

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                  The Radioactive Nerd goes full on Tron with our special guest, 2 Old 2 Play's Waterborn. We pick apart Issues' take on the movie, talk about the arcade game and delve into some of the upcoming events surrounding Tron Legacy.

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                  • MitA #010 - Man in the Arena, com Leo Kuba e Miguel Cavalcanti. Convidado especial: Eduardo Fleury

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                    from Miguel Cavalcanti / Added

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                    O Man in the Arena é um vídeo podcast sobre empreendedorismo e cultura digital apresentado por Leo Kuba e Miguel Cavalcanti. Neste episódio (#010): Uma discussão sobre a evolução da internet como veículo de comunicação com nosso convidado: Eduardo Fleury, Diretor da RBS Digital e co-fundador do portal jovem ObaOba, adquirido pelo Grupo RBS em 2008. Alguns dos temas abordados: - Histórico empreendedor do Fleury. - A evolução da internet como veículo de comunicação. - Veículo ou Plataforma? - O case Fiat Mio. - Como o sonho de empreender foi se transformando ao longo do tempo. - Sorteio do livro sobre o case Fiat Mio (mais detalhes serão publicados em nossa página no Facebook - facebook.com/maninthearenatv) Mais sobre Eduardo Fleury: obaoba.com.br gruporbs.com.br twitter.com/dudafleury Participe da fan-page do Man in the Arena no Facebook - facebook.com/​maninthearenatv e concorra em nossos sorteios!

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                    • Pixelosophy Episode 68: On the Balcony

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                      This week, Pixelosophy goes to the movies! Not really, but they at least talk about movies. Alex points the camera at why video game movies are stuck in the cinematic gutter while Aaron tells games to get their narrative acts together. Okay...action!

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