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Latest Episodes

Stephen Hawking - It Can Be Done

Audio clipped from Vox's today explained podcast: https://www.vox.com/today-explained, https://rss.art19.com/today-explained the last 2 minutes from March 14, 2018

1 MIN2018 MAR 18
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Stephen Hawking - It Can Be Done

E7 - We Hold These Truths To Be Self - Evident

On August 28, 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave one of the most powerful speeches of all time. I know I cannot do this speech justice. But to be honest, I’m not doing any of these speeches justice. I’m studying and I’m practicing. I’m studying history, and what makes a great speech. and I’m practicing my oratory. I’m doing so with the words of masters in my mouth, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to study these great words. So please forgive me for butchering some of the most moving and eloquent words spoken...

12 MIN2016 AUG 31
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E7 - We Hold These Truths To Be Self - Evident

E6 - Owning Books

On April 8, 1933, the Main Office for Press and Propaganda of the German Student Union proclaimed a nationwide "Action against the Un-German Spirit", which was to climax in a literary purge or "cleansing" by fire. On May 10, 1933, Nazi Germany staged an event unseen since the middle ages young German students from universities, which formerly had been regarded as among the finest in the world, gathered to burn over 25k books. On April 6th, two days before the initial declaration, William Lyon Phelps of Yale University, who taught the first American University course on the Modern Novel shared the following thoughts on a public radio broadcast.

6 MIN2016 JUL 11
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E6 - Owning Books

E5 - We Are Here To Make A Choice Between The Quick And The Dead

ON June 14, 1946 The Baruch plan was proposed during it’s first meeting of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission. Less than a year after the US dropped fat man and little boy it was time to put in motion a plan to make sure that such destruction could be prevented from ever happening again. Hi, I’m Jack Reichert, I decided to practice my oratory skills by reading speeches and essays. Since I’m already recording it, I thought I’d share it with you. So without further ado. Bernard Baruch’s Speech before the first session of the United Nations Atomic Energy CommissionHunter College, New York

11 MIN2016 JUN 24
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E5 - We Are Here To Make A Choice Between The Quick And The Dead

E4 - Blood Toil Tears And Sweat

On May 10th 1940 Germany invaded Belgium, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands; Winston Churchill became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom upon the resignation of Neville Chamberlain. The United Kingdom invaded Iceland and Belgium declared a state of emergency. As the new prime minister, Churchill was called on to form a wartime coalition government. On May 13, 1940 Winston Churchill gave his First Speech as Prime Minister to the House of Commons. Hi I’m jack. I decided to practice my oratory muscles by recording myself speaking out loud. And since I”m doing that, I decided to put it out there. Today I will share what Churchill said on that day...

6 MIN2016 JUN 16
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E4 - Blood Toil Tears And Sweat

E3 - Why We Need To Avoid Taboos

I wrote this next piece about a year ago while pondering the trend that was emerging to ensure that everyone has a “safe space” to protect them from ideas they don’t like. Hi I’m jack. I decided to flex my oratory muscles by recording myself speaking out loud. And since I”m doing that, I decided to put it out there. You’ll find on this podcast essays and speeches, some I wrote, others I didn’t. All I’m thinking about.i

3 MIN2016 JUN 9
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E3 - Why We Need To Avoid Taboos

E2 - We Choose To Go To The Moon

On September 12 1962 John F. Kennedy gave a speech at Rice University where he declared his plan to send man to the moon within the decade. I chose this as the first speech I would practice because it serves as a constant source of inspiration to me. This speech gives me chills each time I hear or read it, and it is the prime example, for me, of the power of speeches. I know I won’t do it justice, so I plan to return to it frequently. Hi I’m Jack, and I’m practicing reading aloud, I’m reading out loud because of the power of speeches. I plan to practice essays of my own, as well as others and great speeches that moved mankind forward. Since I’m doing this, I thought I might as well record it and put it out there in case someone else would like to listen. I consider this a conversation, I’m opening, feel free to join in. For my first go at this speech I’ll be reading a few excerpts. so without further ado...

7 MIN2016 JUN 3
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E2 - We Choose To Go To The Moon

E1 - For If Achilles Is Left Alone To Fight

I don’t consider myself any more special than any of you. As far as I’m concerned, what makes my ideas special here is that I’m sharing them. That’s all. HI I’m Jack. I don’t care if anyone listens. I’m doing this for me. To practice speaking aloud. But since I’m doing it, I thought I might as well put it out there in case someone else would like to listen. I consider this a conversation, I’m opening, feel free to join in. This is an experiment. I like to read and I like to write about the things I’m reading about, whether books or articles, about technology, literature, politics, economics and speeches. I thought I’d practice speaking by sharing my thoughts aloud. I thought I’d start with the most recent essay that I posted on my site: jackreichert.com I titled it: “For if Achillês is left alone to fight…” – Zeus Cloudgatherer You can read it here: https://www.jackreichert.com/2016/05/achilles-left-alone-fight/ I hope you enjoy. Please send me your thoughts if you ...

7 MIN2016 MAY 30
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E1 - For If Achilles Is Left Alone To Fight
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Latest Episodes

Stephen Hawking - It Can Be Done

Audio clipped from Vox's today explained podcast: https://www.vox.com/today-explained, https://rss.art19.com/today-explained the last 2 minutes from March 14, 2018

1 MIN2018 MAR 18
Comments
Stephen Hawking - It Can Be Done

E7 - We Hold These Truths To Be Self - Evident

On August 28, 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave one of the most powerful speeches of all time. I know I cannot do this speech justice. But to be honest, I’m not doing any of these speeches justice. I’m studying and I’m practicing. I’m studying history, and what makes a great speech. and I’m practicing my oratory. I’m doing so with the words of masters in my mouth, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to study these great words. So please forgive me for butchering some of the most moving and eloquent words spoken...

12 MIN2016 AUG 31
Comments
E7 - We Hold These Truths To Be Self - Evident

E6 - Owning Books

On April 8, 1933, the Main Office for Press and Propaganda of the German Student Union proclaimed a nationwide "Action against the Un-German Spirit", which was to climax in a literary purge or "cleansing" by fire. On May 10, 1933, Nazi Germany staged an event unseen since the middle ages young German students from universities, which formerly had been regarded as among the finest in the world, gathered to burn over 25k books. On April 6th, two days before the initial declaration, William Lyon Phelps of Yale University, who taught the first American University course on the Modern Novel shared the following thoughts on a public radio broadcast.

6 MIN2016 JUL 11
Comments
E6 - Owning Books

E5 - We Are Here To Make A Choice Between The Quick And The Dead

ON June 14, 1946 The Baruch plan was proposed during it’s first meeting of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission. Less than a year after the US dropped fat man and little boy it was time to put in motion a plan to make sure that such destruction could be prevented from ever happening again. Hi, I’m Jack Reichert, I decided to practice my oratory skills by reading speeches and essays. Since I’m already recording it, I thought I’d share it with you. So without further ado. Bernard Baruch’s Speech before the first session of the United Nations Atomic Energy CommissionHunter College, New York

11 MIN2016 JUN 24
Comments
E5 - We Are Here To Make A Choice Between The Quick And The Dead

E4 - Blood Toil Tears And Sweat

On May 10th 1940 Germany invaded Belgium, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands; Winston Churchill became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom upon the resignation of Neville Chamberlain. The United Kingdom invaded Iceland and Belgium declared a state of emergency. As the new prime minister, Churchill was called on to form a wartime coalition government. On May 13, 1940 Winston Churchill gave his First Speech as Prime Minister to the House of Commons. Hi I’m jack. I decided to practice my oratory muscles by recording myself speaking out loud. And since I”m doing that, I decided to put it out there. Today I will share what Churchill said on that day...

6 MIN2016 JUN 16
Comments
E4 - Blood Toil Tears And Sweat

E3 - Why We Need To Avoid Taboos

I wrote this next piece about a year ago while pondering the trend that was emerging to ensure that everyone has a “safe space” to protect them from ideas they don’t like. Hi I’m jack. I decided to flex my oratory muscles by recording myself speaking out loud. And since I”m doing that, I decided to put it out there. You’ll find on this podcast essays and speeches, some I wrote, others I didn’t. All I’m thinking about.i

3 MIN2016 JUN 9
Comments
E3 - Why We Need To Avoid Taboos

E2 - We Choose To Go To The Moon

On September 12 1962 John F. Kennedy gave a speech at Rice University where he declared his plan to send man to the moon within the decade. I chose this as the first speech I would practice because it serves as a constant source of inspiration to me. This speech gives me chills each time I hear or read it, and it is the prime example, for me, of the power of speeches. I know I won’t do it justice, so I plan to return to it frequently. Hi I’m Jack, and I’m practicing reading aloud, I’m reading out loud because of the power of speeches. I plan to practice essays of my own, as well as others and great speeches that moved mankind forward. Since I’m doing this, I thought I might as well record it and put it out there in case someone else would like to listen. I consider this a conversation, I’m opening, feel free to join in. For my first go at this speech I’ll be reading a few excerpts. so without further ado...

7 MIN2016 JUN 3
Comments
E2 - We Choose To Go To The Moon

E1 - For If Achilles Is Left Alone To Fight

I don’t consider myself any more special than any of you. As far as I’m concerned, what makes my ideas special here is that I’m sharing them. That’s all. HI I’m Jack. I don’t care if anyone listens. I’m doing this for me. To practice speaking aloud. But since I’m doing it, I thought I might as well put it out there in case someone else would like to listen. I consider this a conversation, I’m opening, feel free to join in. This is an experiment. I like to read and I like to write about the things I’m reading about, whether books or articles, about technology, literature, politics, economics and speeches. I thought I’d practice speaking by sharing my thoughts aloud. I thought I’d start with the most recent essay that I posted on my site: jackreichert.com I titled it: “For if Achillês is left alone to fight…” – Zeus Cloudgatherer You can read it here: https://www.jackreichert.com/2016/05/achilles-left-alone-fight/ I hope you enjoy. Please send me your thoughts if you ...

7 MIN2016 MAY 30
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E1 - For If Achilles Is Left Alone To Fight
the END