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Scorpion - Season 3
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All 25 episodes from the third season of the American action drama series starring Elyes Gabel as genius computer expert Walter O'Brien. Having founded Team Scorpion, a company made up of himself and other highly intelligent individuals, O'Brien is enlisted by Agent Cabe Gallo (Robert Patrick) of Homeland Security to help protect the country against complex and high-tech threats. In this season, Team Scorpion must put personal differences aside when hackers take control of U.S. military aircraft and Walter and Paige (Katharine McPhee) get into trouble while searching for treasure in the Pacific Ocean. The episodes are: 'Civil War', 'More Civil War', 'It Isn't the Fall That Kills You', 'Little Boy Lost', 'Plight at the Museum', 'Bat Poop Crazy', 'We're Gonna Need a Bigger Vote', 'Sly and the Family Stone', 'Mother Load', 'This Is the Pits', 'Wreck the Halls', 'Ice Ca-Cabes', 'Faux Money Maux Problems', 'The Hole Truth', 'Sharknerdo', 'Keep It in Check, Mate', 'Dirty Seeds, Done Dirt Cheap', 'Don't Burst My Bubble', 'Monkey See, Monkey Poo', 'Broken Wind', 'Rock Block', 'Strife On Mars', 'Something Borrowed, Something Blew', 'Maroon 8' and 'Scorp Family Robinson'.

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Stand: 27.02.2020
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The Roman Guide to Slave Management [Russian Ed...
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Marcus Sidonius Falx is an average Roman citizen. Born of a relatively well-off noble family, he lives on a palatial estate in Campania, dines with senators and generals, and, like all of his ancestors before him, owns countless slaves. Having spent most of his life managing his servants - many of them prisoners from Rome's military conquests - he decided to write a kind of owner's manual for his friends and countrymen. The result, The Roman Guide to Slave Management, is a sly, subversive guide to the realities of servitude in ancient Rome. Cambridge scholar Jerry Toner uses Falx, his fictional but true-to-life creation, to describe where and how to Romans bought slaves, how they could tell an obedient worker from a troublemaker, and even how the ruling class reacted to the inevitable slave revolts. Toner also adds commentary throughout, analyzing the callous words and casual brutality of Falx and his compatriots and putting it all in context for the modern listener. Written with a deep knowledge of ancient culture - and the depths of its cruelty - this is the Roman Empire as you've never seen it before. Please note: This audiobook is in Russian. 1. Russian. Alexey Muzhitskii. http://samples.audible.de/bk/zaot/000496/bk_zaot_000496_sample.mp3.

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Stand: 27.02.2020
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Growing Pains, Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 43min, (USK...
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Jason Cheny was born and raised in Taiwan, re-raised in America, toiled in Canada, and soiled in a military school. His comedy reflects nuances of life from multiple perspectives.Jason Cheny's visceral comedic stories reflect an understanding that happiness manifests outside of your comfort zone. His cross-cultural upbringing results in material that reaches a wide range of audiences. Jason’s keen observations of heritage are delivered with energetic wit, and his anecdotes about family, culture, and society, resonate with an optimistic vigor.Jason Cheny is a winner. No, literally. He won the 2017 World Series of Comedy over hundreds of other comedians. His comedy smartly mixes sly, smirking coolness with earnestness. A bubbly, dry, sometimes salty playfulness hovers gracefully over principled compassion. Jason Cheny values kindness. In Jason’s world, people can make mistakes, speak or act in ignorance, as long as it comes from a good place (and they don’t mind a light ribbing).Growing Pains, Cheny’s debut album, invites audiences to expand their horizons in fun and interesting ways. Jason, casual and accessible, enthralls listeners with his personal history while challenging unexamined and unconscious biases. His humor filters universal experiences through cultural differences and an upbeat attitude.The young, smartalec Millennial is not only immensely charismatic, but he is an equally impressive joke writer. Comedy can be as much a structure as an artform, and Jason Cheny is solid. Growing Pains highlights a talent for approaching tough topics with lighthearted swagger. Sometimes Jason embraces contradictions, like when he projects childhood punishment as a symbol of love. Other times, the Taiwan-born comedian highlights the idiosyncrasies and friction inherent in his immigration. Through misdirection and diction, callbacks and rhythm, Jason consistently proves that his comedy is advanced beyond his years. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jason Cheny. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/roar/000695/pf_roar_000695_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 27.02.2020
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The Truth of the Technological World
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Friedrich Kittler (1943–2011) combined the study of literature, cinema, technology, and philosophy in a manner sufficiently novel to be recognized as a new field of academic endeavor in his native Germany. 'Media studies,' as Kittler conceived it, meant reflecting on how books operate as films, poetry as computer science, and music as military equipment. This volume collects writings from all stages of the author's prolific career. Exemplary essays illustrate how matters of form and inscription make heterogeneous source material (e.g., literary classics and computer design) interchangeable on the level of function—with far-reaching consequences for our understanding of the humanities and the 'hard sciences.' Rich in counterintuitive propositions, sly humor, and vast erudition, Kittler's work both challenges the assumptions of positivistic cultural history and exposes the over-abstraction and language games of philosophers such as Heidegger and Derrida. The twenty-three pieces gathered here document the intellectual itinerary of one of the most original thinkers in recent times—sometimes baffling, often controversial, and always stimulating.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 27.02.2020
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The Truth of the Technological World
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Friedrich Kittler (1943–2011) combined the study of literature, cinema, technology, and philosophy in a manner sufficiently novel to be recognized as a new field of academic endeavor in his native Germany. 'Media studies,' as Kittler conceived it, meant reflecting on how books operate as films, poetry as computer science, and music as military equipment. This volume collects writings from all stages of the author's prolific career. Exemplary essays illustrate how matters of form and inscription make heterogeneous source material (e.g., literary classics and computer design) interchangeable on the level of function—with far-reaching consequences for our understanding of the humanities and the 'hard sciences.' Rich in counterintuitive propositions, sly humor, and vast erudition, Kittler's work both challenges the assumptions of positivistic cultural history and exposes the over-abstraction and language games of philosophers such as Heidegger and Derrida. The twenty-three pieces gathered here document the intellectual itinerary of one of the most original thinkers in recent times—sometimes baffling, often controversial, and always stimulating.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.02.2020
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