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This series is all about Mechanical Keyboards, talking from switches, caps, DIY kits, hand-wired, cases, plates and more. If its about Mechanical Keyboards, we'll probably talk about it! As a sub-series is also the Mech Market Report, a weekly look at prices from the second-hand market on the MechMarket subreddit.
 
A resource for physical therapists and other clinicians who deliver conservative (non-invasive/non-operative) care to patients with musculoskeletal disorders and who empower them to relieve, control and prevent pain and limitation. My goal is to provide the best content from today’s leaders in manual and mechanical care, ultimately to improve your patient care.
 
We’re an experienced team with over thirty 30+ years of combined experience in mechanical new installations, servicing, maintenance, and design-build applications. We specialize in residential, commercial, industrial heating, boilers, gas fitting and plumbing new installs and projects of all sizes.
 
When talking about the built environment, we would do well to remember, "We shape our buildings, and afterwards, our buildings shape us." Therefore, on each episode, we'll discuss the latest trends from IAPMO in plumbing and mechanical safety, sustainability, and resiliency. Join me, your host Christoph Lohr, and together, we'll explore the ways we can make our buildings shape us for the better.
 
i make things, and then i break them.... all kinds of art, an irregular irregularity Coming from a classical background and mostly regular types of questionable (non)sense Mechanical Witch has used her understanding of the the inherent qualities of music to morph herself into the electronic world. 'I just make what I feel... how else do you make music?' Drawn to the abstract and unpredictable you can expect soundscapes filled with broken beats, the gritty and distorted, and honey-glazed fusi ...
 
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We welcome esteemed sociologist Jerry Lembcke to talk about how the memory of the Vietnam War was both recreated and used in the 1980s and 1990s to unify public sentiment against the liberatory movements of the 1960s. Lembcke reminds us that even in the creation of memory, there is a political struggle for the future that needs to be waged. Jerry L…
 
In episode 390 of the Mechanical Care Forum, we’re continuing with season 12. We’re spotlighting important books related to our field of conservative care of musculoskeletal disorders. This week we have Dr. Stephen May and his series of texts, Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, which he co-authored with the late Robin McKenzie. He’ll share the backs…
 
The guys discuss the process of deindustrialization and corresponding financialization of the economy that took place in the 1970s. Was it a market-determined fait accompli? Or a political choice? Visit the Ending the Myth page for updates, sources, and suggested readings Up Next: We have an amazing interview with sociologist Jerry Lembcke about th…
 
Brian and Munya discuss the means by which the capitalist class in the United States was able to put the brakes on the Left in the 1960/70s. That’s right, it’s time to talk some COINTELPRO! Visit the Ending the Myth page for updates, sources, and suggested readings Up Next: We continue our discussion of the 1970s with a discussion of neoliberalism:…
 
We had a great conversation with Prof. Jesse Grizzle from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Michigan. Our own Prof. Christian Hubicki from the Mechanical Engineering Department at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering also joined us. We had lots of interesting discussions about advances and applications of legged…
 
Munya and Brian conclude their discussion of chapter 12 of Greg Grandin’s The End of the Myth by discussing the evolution of the Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King Jr’s 1967 Riverside Speech, and MLK’s evolving legacy. Visit the Ending the Myth page for updates, sources, and suggested readings Up Next: We take a detour from Grandin’s book to…
 
In episode 389 of the Mechanical Care Forum, we’re continuing with season 12. We’re spotlighting important books related to our field of conservative care of musculoskeletal disorders. This week we have Mr. Wayne Rath and his recommendations of books to read from over 45 years of practice. Books from fathers of nonoperative orthopedic care like Jam…
 
Brian and Munya discuss how discrimination in postwar housing and Cold War militarism extended the life of the reservation system in the United States. Visit the Ending the Myth page for updates, sources, and suggested readings Up Next: We conclude our discussion of Ch 12 - Some Demonic Suction Tube from Greg Grandin’s The End of the Myth. Show mus…
 
Munya and Brian discuss the evolution of housing in America after the Second World War. Will the country invest in its major cities? Will it abandon racial segregation? No, obviously, but there is still a lot to learn in the details! Visit the Ending the Myth page for updates, sources, and suggested readings Up Next: We catch up with what is happen…
 
We’re joined by friend of the show Shaun Scott to discuss the legacy of Mike Davis and urban history of Los Angeles. If you haven’t ever read the work of Mike Davis, there is no better time to start than now and City of Quartz is a good place to start. If you are interested in exploring Mike Davis’ work, Verso has a great collection of books availa…
 
Munya and Brian begin their discussion of Chapter 12 of Greg Grandin’s The End of the Myth by exploring the role that Cold War policy abroad affected civil rights policy at home. They also take a deeper look at the US relationship with Apartheid South Africa. Visit the Ending the Myth page for updates, sources, and suggested readings Up Next: We wi…
 
This week: a very spicy Seattle Sucks type episode with Greg and Brian. We’ve got SPD insanity, the Harrell Machine, naive local political heroes! We’ve got the Seattle Times patting itself on the back for assimilationist gay rights that are built on sand even as trans and queer people are increasingly targeted for political murder! Finally, we hav…
 
In a follow-up to Ep 18, we discuss some of the other conflicts in the global cold war. We then talk about the historical roots of the violence in Indonesia and Vietnam, before discussing the consequences for world politics of counterinsurgency and mass killings. Go back to Ep 18 to hear what we are talking about Visit the Ending the Myth page for …
 
Ending the Myth is back from our recent hiatus! And we are grimmer and more depressing than ever! This week Munya and Brian discuss America’s foreign policy in the first three decades of the Cold War by look at the genocide in Indonesia and the American invasion of Vietnam. This part 2 of a two-part discussion of the early Cold War meant to pair wi…
 
Brian & Munya get together to congratulate their friend and new boss, Dr. Jennifer Posa, on her new promotion. Then they stick around to talk about the Democrats voting to break the railroad strike and give some thoughts on the mass shooting in Colorado. Listen to Brian talk about polling on Doomed Planet ep 79 - Flawed Pollster Stuart Elway Get re…
 
In episode 388 of the Mechanical Care Forum, we’re continuing with season 12. We’re spotlighting important books related to our field of conservative care of musculoskeletal disorders. This week we have Dr. Scott Miller and his book Better Results; Using Deliberate Practice to Improve Therapeutic Effectiveness. He shares what prompted the writing o…
 
It’s that time of year again! Time to sit down at the table with family and friends, dig into your potatoes, and blast the Mechanical Freak Thanksgiving Pageant Spectacular at max volume through your beats headphones to drown out your family. This year, we are joined again by the Gates Foundation to learn about their exciting work in Africa! Justin…
 
In episode 387 of the Mechanical Care Forum, we’re continuing with season 12. We’re spotlighting important books related to our field of conservative care of musculoskeletal disorders. This week we have Ms. Annie O’Connor and her book World of Hurt. We talk about the origins of the book, we walk through a verbal tour of the breakdown of pain, the s…
 
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