35 Burst results for "A. Tense"

China Sanctions Wilbur Ross and Others, Responding to Hong Kong Warnings

All Things Considered

01:49 min | 2 d ago

China Sanctions Wilbur Ross and Others, Responding to Hong Kong Warnings

"Fresh sanctions on a handful of US individuals. It's retaliation for sanctions the bite and administration imposed on Chinese officials last week. Over Beijing's crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong. Its latest attack comes just days before a visit to China by Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and US China ties are already tense, though, as NPR's John Ruit reports there is no sign China's sanctions will derail the visit. Sanctions are the first imposed by China under a new law passed in June, which facilitates retaliation for foreign sanctions. Among those it hits a former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, and the China director at Human Rights Watch Sophie Richardson. For years, Beijing's responded to US sanctions and tariffs with tit for tat measures in Beijing's calculation, it had to respond to the US Bonnie Lynn, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says doing so before Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's trip makes sense would disappear better if it happened a couple days after Deputy Secretary Sherman's trip that she says might risk being interpreted as a signal that the meeting didn't go well. And Sherman will be the most senior U. S official to travel to China since President Biden took office. Relations are at their worst in decades. But there's speculation that the trip could start to lay the groundwork for a meeting sometime this year between Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. There is a desire to be able to showcase that the two world leaders can work together and part of that is being able to meet and discuss issues they agree on as well as those where they have differences, and I really hope As we see more of these incidents is on either side that they won't derail progress towards the usual meeting because both sides, she says, have significant incentives for Biden and she to meet sooner rather than later. John Ruijin

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Afghanistan Recalls Diplomats to Protest Pakistan Attack

BBC Newshour

00:53 sec | Last week

Afghanistan Recalls Diplomats to Protest Pakistan Attack

"Its diplomatic staff from the Pakistani capital Islamabad, following an attack on Friday on the ambassador's daughter, Silsila. Al Aqeel, who is in her twenties, was taking a taxi in the capital Islamabad when the driver picked up a second passenger Secunda Kamani is in Kabul. This incident has sparked anger here in Afghanistan, feeding into an already tense relationship with the two countries. In the last few hours, the Afghan Foreign Ministry has announced that it's recalling all senior Afghan diplomats from Pakistan, it says until their security concerns are addressed, including putting on trial those responsible for this incident. The Pakistani Foreign Ministry has responded, saying that that decision is regrettable. It points out that Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered all resources be utilized, apprehend those who were responsible and also ordered security for Afghan diplomats in Pakistan to be beefed up. Secunda Kamani

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Taming Repetitive Negative Thoughts, a Meditation for OCD

The Daily Meditation Podcast

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Taming Repetitive Negative Thoughts, a Meditation for OCD

"I invite you now to settle yourself down and get ready to meditate. Know that as always if you wanna go a little more deeply into this week series. You can always find more support on the no meditation app. You can try it for a week. Free and their you receive thirty minute guided meditation experiences as well as a daily journal reflection question and a slowdown guide with all the techniques and additional ways to manage. Ocd you can try it for a week. Free as you sit down and straighten your spine closing your eyes gently. Elevate your eyes port to keep your thoughts uplifted actor. Face your shoulders and your stomach. Your hands are arrested on your lap upward or downward whatever feels best for you began to notice your breath with each inhale and exhale through year. Now notice where you may feel tense in your body and gently. Release that tension notice if that tension is associated with particular. Is this a thought that is supportive. More negative skippy. Your first days journal entry becoming aware of any thoughts are distracting are negative notice. What thoughts seem to bring you down on a regular basis.

Winners and Losers in Uniteds Big Aircraft Order

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Winners and Losers in Uniteds Big Aircraft Order

"United airlines gave the aircraft industry of big shot in the arm last week with an order for two hundred seventy new airplanes. United will buy two hundred boeing max family airplanes as well as seventy airbus a three twenty one. Nieto's the new. Airplanes are part of a plan by united to gross domestic capacity by thirty percent over the next five years. But not everyone in aviation came out a winner. United glance stopped flying fifty seat regional jets at. It's major hubs arche another blow to that struggling sector of the industry joining me to make sense of all this. Our aviation weekenders yen's flow tout and fan goldstein ben. Let's start with you. Tell us about this united order yet. Joe so the order was united's largest ever it was also one of the biggest orders We've seen in the past decade Particularly in in recent years You know it's for one hundred fifty seven three seven max aircraft Breaking it down. It's a hundred max. Tens and fifty. Max eighths as well as the seventy eight three twenty. One nieto's united already had an order placed for one hundred max tense so this ups their commitment to two hundred and fifty. Max tends making it by far the largest operator of of the type which is of course the the largest max variant these. These planes are all due to arrive. between twenty twenty two most of them between twenty twenty two and twenty twenty six and is really going to ramp up pretty quickly in twenty twenty three. They're going to be taking a one hundred thirty eight aircraft so that some really about one plane every three days so a lot of capacity coming in and at the same time as they're taking these these new jets they're going to be retiring more than two hundred fifty seaters. This is going to amount to a really big increase in capacity at united

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How to Deal With a Sudden Loss of Revenue

The $100 MBA Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Deal With a Sudden Loss of Revenue

"I wanna start. Today's lesson by just recognizing the fact that if all the sudden you have a loss of revenue for whatever reason in your business whatever the causes that situation absolutely stinks okay. It's going to her. It's going to really be a gut punch. These are going to be the toughest days of your life as an entrepreneur. I know for sure. I can look back in those days and cringe-worthy it's hard. It's hard to even think about it because you're stressed you're tired and you're in this kind of emergency fight or flight reflex mode where you just like. I got to solve this problem. Things are hyper tense and challenging. And i want to start with that because after guys as normal. This is not supposed to be fun. Okay this is tough having said that. It's actually good to actually imagine this happening to before the happens to actually go through the emotions sort of like a rehearsal. Why am i saying. Go through all this in. Go through the emotional anguish. Well what you wanna do. As much as possible in these situations is to be calm to have an even keel to be able to problem solve because the pressure is going to be immense. You're gonna feel the sense of like. I got to solve everything immediately. Will we really need to do is start solving it step by step one hour at a time one day at a time and being stressed being angry being frustrated is not gonna help the situation on top of that. If you have a team your team members are gonna look to you to leadership in. They see you in the state. It's not going to inspire them right. It's not going to make them feel like. Hey we can do this. You need to lead by example so just keep that in mind. Even if you're not in a situation right now rehearse it in your head because one day. We are all going to face some sore of bump in the road.

Jonathan Gheller Explains Bitcoin as the Best Central Bank

The Pomp Podcast

02:26 min | 3 weeks ago

Jonathan Gheller Explains Bitcoin as the Best Central Bank

"Our guys bang bang a very special guest today. my friend. jonathan is here how are you then. Great all right. I want to start with your childhood and growing up because you have a very unique experience. I think feeds into a lot of your world view but before we do that i'm gonna tell a story that I don't know if you remember this or not. We worked at facebook together You were the last boss. That i had at facebook before i left and there was a meeting The details don't necessarily matter as much but We were on a meeting with some of the higher ups at facebook and there were some suggestions fly floating around as to things that we could do on facebook to get more people to pay attention to the executives at facebook and one of the ideas was to put an interstitial over the the page a lot of people at facebook or like. It's a great idea like you know we can basically that's how we get people's attention and it was very much like a data driven okay. There's going to be certain number of people who see this that. Click that then opt into this action. Whatever all normal conversations for kind of silicon valley firm and all of a sudden the meeting. Excuse me so. I'm not funny that it states and let me explain to you what used to happen in television. He's like the dictator of our country. Would come on now interrupting this programming. And like this thing and your point wasn't so much like the social media. Ceo's or dictators as more of just like. Hey there's multiple cultures that use these platforms like. We have to be sensitive to the way that this could be received and i always think about that because i think you probably better the number they know understand. Silicon valley's built companies sold companies workdays tech companies et. But you also very much understand like the world outside the united states and have been able to mesh that together. People that really angering that meeting if you remember. It was very tense. I do remember that. And i and i laughed and while those very important executive in that meeting and i remember some of the guys from the team you know higher up the hierarchy than me sane. I've never seen seen these guys. These angry ever ten years a company ever nelson colby crap. Yeah remember that. I do remember them getting mad. I was going to be tense very tense. Meeting him

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Rahm Closes With Two Birdies to Win U.S. Open

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Rahm Closes With Two Birdies to Win U.S. Open

"Just two weeks after devastating positive kind of a tense while leading the memorial tournament John Robb has broken through for his first major win at the US open it finished with a totemic blow around sixty seven to finish at six under he then watched as his rivals crash one by one with south African Louis whose ties of the last to stumble blowing his chances with a bogey at seventeen to finish second at five under defending champion Bryson Datia bowed leading early on was eight over on his final nine and finished eight shots back I'm grandma goes

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'Two Great Powers': Biden, Putin Plunge Into Hours of Talks

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

'Two Great Powers': Biden, Putin Plunge Into Hours of Talks

"President's bite in improving have started their day long summit in Switzerland I would like to welcome you to Geneva the city of peace the two men shook hands after being greeted by their Swiss counterpart outside an eighteenth century manor house overlooking Lake Geneva a picturesque site for a decidedly tense encounter inside Putin said through an interpreter the relationship has a lot of issues and I hope that our meeting will be productive thank you nice onsite it's always been president Biden calls at a meeting of two great powers and says he wants to find areas of mutual interest though neither side is predicting any breakthroughs Sager mag ani Washington

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"a. tense" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:30 min | Last month

"a. tense" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

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Being Vulnerable Is the First Step to Getting Your Emotional Needs Met

Awakend Wife - Marriage Advice for Successful Women

02:10 min | Last month

Being Vulnerable Is the First Step to Getting Your Emotional Needs Met

"When your needs aren't being met What we tend to do is we tend to tense up and we tend to hide behind either anger or harshness or nagging or bickering or complaining. But we don't do is we. Don't show our vulnerable side. We don't shower softness and this first key is to actually open yourself up and show him yourself side. Show him was actually important to you. Because when you're coming from this wool vulnerable space. It's a very different dynamic. It's not as dynamic of trying to push. It's not coming from a dynamic of being super needy or something like that and by the way if you're wondering how to do it without being needed. That's the next episode But like it is really the softness that gets lost right because you're coming from this discard place. So you're like trying to. You're only going to lower the guard if your needs are being met basically rather than showing yourself in the so that you needs canopy met and i know i just talked about how right now. We don't have that struggle at all to meet each other's needs but once upon a time we did. We had a really difficult time. We were very unhappy and we didn't really know what was going wrong. And within that process. When i one date actually opened up to you and happened to that softness which is the first way that were suggesting here to get him to meet your needs or if to fulfil your knees to tap into us. Softness for me that meant actually emitting to you vulnerably. What was going on emotionally. And that meant admitting doesn't mean you the listener have to do this exactly but this is not a secret formula. I'm just saying my way of tapping into that softness. When within our relationship was actually to get vulnerable it was to connect to myself honestly and admit how i was feeling and it is to share that with you

IPL Therapy for a Flawless Complexion

Art Beauty

01:32 min | Last month

IPL Therapy for a Flawless Complexion

"Into summer now and i think that you know coming out of kobe. We all wanna be gorgeous. Glory like yourself. And i do feel like there is such a focus on getting clear. Perfect skin you know. Want to get rid of the redness we want to get rid of the discoloration And i know to popular treatments. Both i p l and v being so. Let's talk about how we can sort of get our you know sort of perfectly clear. Summer skin And let's start with ipo. Can you tell people at home. Might not know what exactly i l is. Yeah of course. So i think the goal right is for all of us especially in the summer. It's not after any right. You wanna win our sons screen on hot. So i i am tense. Host light at stands for so. There's different wavelengths there's different size of him. He says that all vary makes them at your local filed. But then there's more advanced systems may be editor doggy. So armee machine empty tube company women at the bakery the first type yelich twenty five twenty seven years ago so they really perfected the craft. The idea was an ipo. Get ramp anything discolored. Don't on your skin so it's round. It's red bull leftover acne marv's labs modest so they really find soon. I think i have eleven wavelengths on machines you can go after every individual issues. That are to see

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Hendriks Has Tantrum Over Rain, Gives up Tying Homer

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Hendriks Has Tantrum Over Rain, Gives up Tying Homer

"The on Moncada's sacrifice fly in the tense at the white Sox past the Tigers five four Moncada's fly ball came after Liam Hendriks served up a game tying two run Homer to rookie gas Cameron in the ninth Erin bomber closed out the victory Hendricks threw one pitch in the ninth before a forty nine minute rain delay white Sox starter Lucas G. lido was in line for the win after allowing two runs with nine strikeouts over six innings since fly in articular was like the highlight of my repertoire tonight all right good fuel for a good life downward action got some swing and miss well I'll take it Adam Engel hit a solo Homer for the white Sox and no Mormons are went deep for Detroit the Tigers have dropped fifteen of their last seventeen meetings with the white Sox I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Story of Allen Carr's 'Easy Way' Method To Quit Smoking

The Pulse

02:29 min | 2 months ago

The Story of Allen Carr's 'Easy Way' Method To Quit Smoking

"The easy way to quit. Smoking book started as a quit smoking. Seminar where everyone sat around smoking completely. Smoke-filled won't can in itself folk sewage. Bullshit that's john dicey. He was a heavy smoker as in eighty cigarettes a day when he attended a london seminar in the nineties. The smokers would all sit around in armchairs. Puffing away some conference room you're meant to smoke through the whole thing. A practitioner would be up front telling participants why they didn't actually like smoking and why quitting was no big deal. Every single practitioner has to be an ex smoker themselves cured by the easy way the sessions were meant to be one and done and the whole thing took about five or six hours somehow after all the talking and smoking. You're meant to put out your final cigarette and never take another puff. It's supposed to be easy and for dicey it was. He was so moved by the whole thing. He decided to quit his job. And go to work for alan carr. The man he considered literal lifesaver. Allan died in two thousand six. I wanted to know what kind of guy he was. Who just conjures up a stop. Smoking method essentially out of nowhere and goes on to sell fifty million people on an very tense worth. He was born and brought up in. What was it the time very down at heel area of london. He's scott himself as a straight Allen had zero medical background no psychology or addiction training before the easy way he was an accountant and like dicey a heavy smoker. Who wanted to stop. He saw hypnotherapist who failed to hypnotize him but it was at his appointment that he first heard. Smoking was an addiction something about that realization that he was well and truly addicted to cigarettes. It hits some switch in allen on sale. Crime tape never gonna smoke. The seat of alan carr is easy. Way is simple. It almost sounds too simple. You smoke because you're addicted to smoking and not because you enjoy. Smoking is still a hurdle for swastika out of them because a lot of people think to be addicted to something you have to like it and that simply not the case. The principle of addiction is in it. Messes up your understanding of a pleasure enjoyed allen. Figured if you understood that you could understand that giving up. Smoking wasn't really up anything at all. You didn't quit cigarettes. As gained freedom from them

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In Tense Jerusalem, Flag-Waving Israeli March to Go Ahead

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

In Tense Jerusalem, Flag-Waving Israeli March to Go Ahead

"Intense Jerusalem a flag waving Israeli March is to go ahead next week police have given the green light to the annual Jerusalem day parade a flag waving nationalist display it was ready claims tool of the contested city the decision not to call off the March came despite two days of unrest and soaring Israeli Palestinian tensions at the flashpoint holy site Monday's parade will pass through the old city which was captured and annexed in the nineteen sixty seven war the March is being improved amid ongoing clashes between police and Palestinian worshippers and protesters in the old city I'm Charles the last month

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Pietrangelo Gets Winner for Golden Knights in OT Over Wild

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Pietrangelo Gets Winner for Golden Knights in OT Over Wild

"Alex Pietrangelo scored one fifty three into overtime to send the golden knights past the wild three to the translocation or the credit for his goal to Alex talk three one three if you can find a whole find a pocket you're gonna have a good chance of documentary pasturing the soul the shot no luck it was that was a great play by and Chandler Stephenson had a second period goal and Reilly Smith furnish the tying score late in the third for Vegas after Kerr real caprice up scored two goals in it too tense band midway through the period for the wild Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty six shots for the west leading knights who are five points ahead of the third place wild can tablet made thirty one saves for Minnesota which went five wanted to against Vegas this season I'm Dave very

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Rudy Giuliani's Home, Office Searched by FBI Agents

News, Traffic and Weather

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Rudy Giuliani's Home, Office Searched by FBI Agents

"The feds searched former President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Today is a B C's Aaron capture Ski tells us outside Rudy Giuliani's Manhattan apartment. His son, Andrew, called the FBI search of his father's home and office. Absurd. Anybody Any American. Whether you're ready or blue should be extremely disturbed by what happened here today. Search warrant in hand. The FBI roused Giuliani from bed just after six a.m. and seized electronic devices as part of an ongoing criminal investigation into possible foreign lobbying violations. The FBI also visited the home of Giuliani's ally, the Washington, D. C based attorney, Victoria Tensing as part of the same investigation. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York

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Feds raid Giuliani's home, office, escalating criminal probe

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Feds raid Giuliani's home, office, escalating criminal probe

"Rudy Giuliani's family speaking out against the federal raids that took place at the former New York mayor's home and office in Manhattan the justice department isn't commenting on the raids in which computers and cell phones were seized according to sources who spoke on condition of anonymity to the Associated Press but government prosecutors have been looking into the business dealings of Rudy Giuliani the personal attorney for Donald Trump specifically over his ties to Ukraine Giuliani's lawyer says the warrant stems from an allegation guiliani failed to register as a foreign agent guiliani son Andrew call this a political attack by the justice department has to stop if this can happen to the former president's lawyer this can happen to any American a search warrant was also served on a phone belonging to Washington attorney Victoria tensing a former federal prosecutor and close ally of Giuliani and trump hi Jackie Quinn

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Aussies Leishman and Smith Win Zurich Classic in a Playoff

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Aussies Leishman and Smith Win Zurich Classic in a Playoff

"Marc Leishman enhancement of one's very classic of New Orleans in a sudden death playoff with the south Africans Louis is Tyson Giles falso the only team finished regulation play tied at twenty under and won with a par five on the first extra hole is Tyson found the water with his tee shot the teams had traded the lead during a tense final nine holes with the Australians eventually posting the come from behind victory it was the second successful Smith at the tournament but the first with policemen as his team might I'm going to make us

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Biden to Join NATO Leaders at June 14 Summit in Brussels

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Biden to Join NATO Leaders at June 14 Summit in Brussels

"An upcoming NATO summit will cover key global security questions president Joe Biden and other leaders of NATO countries plan to discuss tense ties with Russia and China the troop withdrawal from Afghanistan under the future of the thirteen nation military alliance at the June fourteen gathering the NATO headquarters in Brussels meeting will be a face to face opportunity for bargain to rebuild relations with leaders from Europe and Canada the became strained under former president Donald Trump NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg says this is a unique opportunity to reinforce the data as the enduring abandonment of the bond between Europe and North America I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"a. tense" Discussed on Axios Today

Axios Today

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Axios Today

"We've made it friday. i'm nyla budi. We continue our coverage of this historic quick. China's doubling down on its anti democracy efforts and understanding cunanan's role in wednesday's insurrection. Yesterday president-elect biden was among those who said that wednesday's police response was much less aggressive than at last year's racial justice protests. No one can tell me that has been a group of black lives matter protesting yesterday. There wouldn't have been. They wouldn't have been treated very very differently. The mob of thugs that storm the capital. Meanwhile calls for president trump to be impeached to remove the the twenty fifth amendment continued among democrats and some republicans and numerous officials. In trump world resigned. Two of the most high-profile include education secretary. Betsy devos and labor secretary elaine. Chao who said the riot had deeply troubled her. she's married to senate majority leader. Mitch mcconnell will wednesdays events. Change everything about american politics or will we look back and realize nothing really changed. That's a pretty big question and whenever there are very big questions. I like to talk to jim. Van high. he's the ceo of axios one of its co-founders. Good morning jim. Good morning big picture. Can i ask you. I just what your sense of this moment is like do you see this as a watergate moment that will be a clearer demarcation line in american history. Certainly something changed. I think there's a sub segment of the republican party. That realized enough is enough. Question is is it enough. Were republicans repudiate was some lasting effect both donald trump in the politics of donald trump. And i think that's an open question because only hours after you had people storm in the us capital and take it over. You still had sixty percent of house. Republicans take the extraordinary step of trying to invalidate. The election of joe biden is not that much changed at least in the moment. What should we expect from. Joe biden and the democrats now that they control both houses of congress in the white house but i think joe biden has had pretty much the exact same plan for a year in rarely modifies it. And i don't think it's going to modify it much because of what happened in the last forty eight hours listen. He's going to be in constant conflict inside his own party. Because i think the vast majority of the democratic party is way to the left of. Joe biden's instincts. So where do we go from here. Listen i think we still have a hell of a ten twelve days ahead of us in then the hard work begins. This is not going to be. Joe biden fifth project. This is going to be something that if the media doesn't get it right if joe biden doesn't get it right if ceo's don't step up and take an even bigger role with their employees and in their community and with her companies if you don't have education leaders if you don't have everybody's stepping in locking arms to say what the hell did we do. How did we get here. And how do we fix it or we're going to continue to be bedevilled by these same problems. There's just a lot to overcome. And i've always felt like it's gonna be a longer slog than most people think axios. Ceo jovana. hi. Thanks jim thank you. We'll be back in.

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"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

05:07 min | 8 months ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Was a glorious. He rips he rips that top of the box. it's one of the goals that we cannot. She's probably my favorite all the weekend alongside the shell cohen massacres dominant. Time york goals in nine games five assists in the bundesliga this season by natasha. Six second labor christen third are the how to kneel notarial on the weekend dortmund down to four snow and wolfsburg faith after that five. Three win over vertebrae men on the weekend at high scoring high scoring game at halftime bundesliga. This year i think and from spoke to get five in a game. That's unusual is still do. Not think whether. I'm being put your own five cents funny for book club all right. Let's spain creek. Yep yup lovely lovely performance by bossa lovely goal by messy for the maradona. Go exactly the same. As the goal that maradona for newell's was with the search with on. That is such a strange. Like the him about him. Doing kick-ups on the pitch a half time during on neil's debut and it was saying he was six and it was just lying or with she shot out to the god of a wicky that a great segment. Jonathan wilson's bill and that is really good so looking really happy playing with a nine. Although can i point riot antoine. We wanted to do well right to stop when he's going absolute while a while more volume quick. Why ruin it with a celebration. You don't school these every week. Your foam has not been great a little bit of kind of like genome gonna. But don't you know what think the mosque is eating the face. I think he feels like he has to do that thing. Now it doesn't fit. The way is now in his career. It doesn't fit. It doesn't move anymore stone. Wow he's come out and said it yet. Great win for bossa necessary for bossa madrid slipped up. It's funny because the strength osteo. We said many times was defense. Conceded await the league announced. That greatest weakness is great sweetness. Shutout to alvis because a great when were tuna lakhpat shave and casimiro late one back or refined mistake barco tour unfortunately for say coming in for a second ballot as just really could have won by moore should buy more but you'll you'll take madrid. Oh yeah mistakes list of mistakes by madrid the goals this year so many due to errors penalties conceded goals the whole litany of mistakes sedan. Cameroon's defense last year and he can't counter this another injury to add in hazard. It's just been marriage time and the injuries it's just been no says the west game in the league trump. Is this whole thing again. Belie ramadan not good. Even though they won't four out. Five trump is legs. Who has trophy cabinet. who cares. Yeah yeah let's see. They're looking good man. Because russell see dr vieira which means that athlete. Now just a point behind sociedad at the top with two nd. Yeah the them quite far thomas. Radi good i mean clicks matter the map. Yeah i know is with his talent. He a missing piece for them He can give him so much and he radioed So yeah great windfall at. Let's see quick. Everyone's roaring man. Yeah oh lille had a chance take advantage of the psg join lost to dijon was it spits pointing for them because they're a nice little run the yeah the big game. Psg bodo the benef- dhabi coming back to g and he had done an open offer because you have to play him again. At some point he'll come and put in a former cy. This and he was really ready. Strong run out of gas local towards the end. But frankly f prize. Psg goto up neymar can noise cane about pay. Missed couple of chances in this game Missed a couple of chances shoutout to bodo because they kept playing football. They play some glorious stuff. Second-half asham were the better team. I think but then again the psg line at this is the funny thing if ps gps. Gee i've got great attack the midfield defence. Really quite patchy change in the up. I said to remember it's like you start. Anew will monitor saving you. Spend all of your transfer budget onto strikers. And then the player. that's least good at the. Psg starting eleven is open up to be midtable but it's good enough to give attack confidence to go out them and there's not respect you watch psg games. I've watched like three or four games this year from psg either all the way through most of the game and opposition on afraid of them freight a toll. Yeah they're arab. Invincibility is gone out. But i think it happened in the studies as in light losing their first two games i think without whoever that was it was just like my history and i want to get to stay quit..

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"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

04:58 min | 8 months ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Saturday lunchtimes after midway games is quite good. Because it's not an excuse for losing unbeaten in those games but it's more the scheduling side of it. The chris wilder club beef starting to grow after they keep calling each other. Our scarf keeps sending. Each of the man can't wait for the war dubs rather than send this time did he. He didn't send back. You had a chance. But i think other things to worry about but we said it before. We're kind of in favor. Five subway very much at. She walked while we're on that very quickly. We mentioned chef artist westbrook. I first when the season had christian I kind of missed all of the questions out so far. So sorry i did have lined up as well. Watkins said how could some. Johnston been the season. Really good yeah. Kept him in it as well in this game. Might because we really ready. Standup can i say as well because one. The he saved as well was beyond tim west. Brom's finishing you know you can just see the body language of forwards who don't have that many chances because it's tough advertise west brom avenue would be and just the anxiety the moment of the final miss of the game now. They won the end of coast burton. The full plays cost around the bowl when the chances missed and he just sold sold attention. You saw sold attention so yeah. Hopefully they can carnegie some good win for west because they're now out the regulations on your with the size below them. Not looking great. I mean bernie for them sheffield united. That's mentioned sheffield united. Our only one point this season fulham struggle matt shadows the question about fallen from century. Honoree study oh president after the role calling question. Do you think scott pack is title. It will finish the season high enough to qualify for your people. And while we're on that i just wanna shout out the people who send in questions. I did bookmark. Some stuff from 'em andrew max. Wolf levy grace's officia and mary. Louis they sent him across meant to redouble also in the concussion stuff yet mary said given that north parties budging what can be done about minimizing player injury. This season like we said they're just got to bring the five substance but the thing is they've done it in this thing that just annoys me. You introduce it now. The season's not fair because a load of fixtures have already taken place without of course this is the thing they should have just at the beginning of the season on. Why but it's like every other league is basically saw anyway. Moncia beat barely five now. And either you want to save this game. Is it just monster with berlin. And they do what they always do too badly which is beaten by more than four goals. One that will add. We had just yeah. Hatchet mera's months like strangely quietly. Brilliant time man city but unheralded something slightly side about it. Sounds really harsh to say this. But there's something slightly side about read. Morris could be dominating anywhere and the undisputed starts anywhere and i know that he's like found like starting permanent city by just kind of feel like this knows how i feel like he's just not fully heralded now. He's a pretty amazing unbelievable subtler such a certainty when he gets possession in certain areas as a certainty his finishing starts must be off the scale. I'm beatrice britain cardinals. Not tricks in the second primarily. Hot chick i think. Even sean dash after the game was just as they do against us. Or enough to our newcastle being palace. Friday good results in very good. Yeah took is it just me or is everything. A little bit stressful. Put a wise I it was. It was weird. I think this week fixtures were kind of they were they were in the middle film in a trilogy. Nothing's resolve everything's tense. Yes yes that's exactly what this week of football was no resolution own like is all country to be on. This is ted trick. Who was oh my god. I was gonna talk about some time this weekend. He was shit. I she thought after talking about kinky ligo last week i can't talk about ten contra per tantric prefers the week after well. It is kind of doesn't it. Should he liked writing kit. Kat hud never been the show. What is what is getting the a season ticket holder own with from fabio. We want to.

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"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:26 min | 8 months ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

"To be as more than proved his worth yeah loco is another one lie so was unbelievable on the weekend really took dead helped out joy road and who has to have a podcast as important obviously is jim focused so good so good and it should just be like ultra liberal left wing as taking some time for those for a couple of hours players to kind of click but everything is running various smoothly said last week. I think i thought it was quite funny that the reactions of both manages after the game where lamp was saying. I think lumpar corrected someone on much of the day when the person asking the questions said you know neither side really was on toughened lompoc. Just like no one side is on top of an arena. A customer radio marina is like oh my tamer. Angry that really happy and dressing room knows the end at the end of a book. Zimbabwe both fox's just put their arms up. they've won lamb partners marina to he knows the marino is like delighted because they make great point he was like he loves the fact that like marina. Green pressure t win for the entire game whereas there was very definitely point in which it was like. Not you take the drawer. Look and just below lampard is this is draw. The felt like a defeat ashore. Yeah but this is the thing from reno that which he something. I think he gets a lot more than i think. A lot of the managers is decide where away chelsea here. Having a good record is not for bridge. They need to win. This we don't appoint is a good result. You know that there are some of the some away grounds appoint. It's just always good. Let ellen android for period of like almost the entire nineties. Adroit at andro didn't matter where leads were on the table. You take it to be honest. You take it now. Let's move onto leads while we're here. Let's be everton on saturday at goodison park though which is really good game. I thought really game. Great resolve them kind of hype. And one thing i was talking to sonic russia about this Who is kind of like in one about fees in red Few actually as well shocked by center. What i really love about ancelotti. His post-match reactions to defeats evison. Very very calm you know. Never really kind spits the dummy out. He's very.

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"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

"You narrative side go by vanna. Tom going to talk about this. Because i actually think. Mount made the wrong option interesting. I was watching the kind of move. Fold it was really crowded down that side. Yes i mean. There were huge amount of players. That bay was more crowded along the left hand side than the right And i actually wondered that the way this defense was set if gone to he was obviously miles on saw. He had a good two yards. So sorry i think Would have been dire- i think sense about I wonder if that had been the move. Because i think the spurs defence kind of look like they started to shift towards gate expecting to get it just wonder as as the played out spacing wise. It looked like he was actually a better option. And it's tiny tiny tiny Lodge of course. I could have been the difference because by the time he released a fan of anna was off side and it wasn't he was he's well off side. Although the finish was amazing gorgeous. Finish ship lovely lovely finish. I think z. Acquis actually the eruption there wonder about with that stuff. Obviously he's played with verna molding. He's played with mount. Sorry then a morton's yet. So i wonder there's times new dislike on counter you more natural for just because it's your to like speed heated moment. Bang bang bang oldest coach team. Oh because i know what he does. I just wanted that some of the over the course of the game because it sound like tiago silva for example now looking supremely comfortable you know of a c dot west brom surreal. Shame to us from their first. Win against Jeff not a real shame to west brom because they haven't quite capetown from that she best off against chelsea whereas in a funny way chelsea kind of have and tiago silva pretty much since then is required short yemen. Defensively they will. They went on that run. The work was amazing where they weren't considering state of gopher. Aj's yemen now. That light really locked chelsea unit now looks kind of locked-in and i wonder like this item. This is actually i kind of feel. This is my favorite chelsea front three. I'm not saying it's the best. I think it's my favorite like eyebrow hamza And vienna thus fun. I really like i really like that. Yeah because it gives you a bit of everything. So i wanna see that gel almost like the kind of backlines seems to be jolly and it's weird because start the season. If he said that chelsea's defense was thought gelling fast and attack people might have lofta dot kind of season. Isn't it kind of year. Yeah i mean. I think the balance of the game i think chelsea deserve to nicot chris those really good chances the owning the game did don't believe that one great chance. What was it. stephen. Strasburg run the ball and But the reason. I in dunblane actually. Because i thought he was spurs bass player and i thought he did really really well. He's a sensational player. Spurs is recruitment of midfielders is hall of fame level. Like yeah dumbly mudrik. They've had some as we look. We expressed a little bit of concern about the signings of though a t. and hoi early on in in the preseason to be as more than proved his worth yeah loco is another one lie so was unbelievable on the weekend really took dead helped out joy road and who has to have a podcast as important obviously is jim focused so good so good and it should just be like ultra liberal left wing.

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"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Admin caricom need your help everyone so we shot out the The book that you'll writing a peaceful. Yes it's coming out next year from colin jacobs that looking full black muslim football funds if you go to the instagram caricom webs of c. a. r. i c. o. m. w. e. b. him a message on their. They're looking for people to speak to full the upcoming book. Sorry if you're will find and you are muslim black. They're looking for very specific kind of angola nasa. So yeah give michelle. How you've done your book not yet. No no no no tom. Games are just say this on the cost is because people laugh. Meet my deadlines. So i said like running deadlines dead as deadlines but at the end of this year. I've got three really big runs slot by the gal or get them all done. It's the way the end of the year. Everything purchase. And i always do this. I always get it wrong. Always time my run wrong. I'll be found like the right uber. Cup story state to hold you in a little bit but deadlines on the back of the leg. When you say deadlines let you talk about your deadlines that you come out with my whoa. Wow how could go. Even even i early hold on that in in first time yet about we can donate for the finisher. Oh dominated by the way but anyway today so we're gonna start with the league and then we're gonna talk about sod news about papa bouba diop yet and then we'll just touch on a couple of games from around europe from the weekend because there were couple of statement draws.

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"a. tense" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional

"August Eleven The different tenses of grace. We always pray for you that are God. May Make you worthy of his calling. And may fulfill every resolve for good and every work of faith by his power so that the name of our Lord Jesus may be glorified in you and you in him according to the grace of our God and the Lord Jesus Christ. Second Testimony Ins, one eleven and twelve. Grace is not only God's disposition to do good for us when we don't deserve it. We call this undeserved favor. God's grace is also a power from God that acts in our lives and makes good things happen in US and for us which we also don't deserve. All said that we fulfil our resolves for good. BY HIS POWER VERSUS ELEVEN And then. He adds at the end of verse twelve according to the. Grace. Of our God. And the Lord Jesus Christ the power that actually works in our lives to make Christ exalting obedience. Possible is an exertion of the grace of God. You could see this also in First Corinthians fifteen ten. By the grace of God, I am what I am and His grace toward me was not in vain on the contrary I worked harder than any of them though it was not I, but the grace of God that is with me. So. Grace is an active present transformative obedience enabling. Power. Therefore. This grace. which moves in power from God to you at a point in time is both past. And Future. It has already done something for you and in you and therefore it is passed and he's about to do something in you and for you and so it is future. Both five seconds from now. And five million years from now. God's grace is ever cascading over the waterfall of the present. From an inexhaustible river of grace coming to us from the future into the ever increasing reservoir of grace in the past. In the next five minutes. You will receive sustaining grace flowing to you from the future. In this you trust. And You will accumulate. Another, five minutes worth of grace. In, the reservoir of the past. For this. You give. Thanks..

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"a. tense" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional

"August Eleven The different tenses of grace. . We always pray for you that are God. . May Make you worthy of his calling. . And may fulfill every resolve for good and every work of faith by his power so that the name of our Lord Jesus may be glorified in you and you in him according to the grace of our God and the Lord Jesus Christ. . Second Testimony Ins, , one eleven and twelve. . Grace is not only God's disposition to do good for us when we don't deserve it. . We call this undeserved favor. . God's grace is also a power from God that acts in our lives and makes good things happen in US and for us which we also don't deserve. . All said that we fulfil our resolves for good. . BY HIS POWER VERSUS ELEVEN And then. . He adds at the end of verse twelve according to the. . Grace. . Of our God. . And the Lord Jesus Christ the power that actually works in our lives to make Christ exalting obedience. . Possible is an exertion of the grace of God. . You could see this also in First Corinthians fifteen ten. . By the grace of God, , I am what I am and His grace toward me was not in vain on the contrary I worked harder than any of them though it was not I, , but the grace of God that is with me. . So. . Grace is an active present transformative obedience enabling. . Power. . Therefore. . This grace. . which moves in power from God to you at a point in time is both past. . And Future. . It has already done something for you and in you and therefore it is passed and he's about to do something in you and for you and so it is future. . Both five seconds from now. . And five million years from now. . God's grace is ever cascading over the waterfall of the present. . From an inexhaustible river of grace coming to us from the future into the ever increasing reservoir of grace in the past. . In the next five minutes. . You will receive sustaining grace flowing to you from the future. . In this you trust. . And You will accumulate. . Another, , five minutes worth of grace. . In, , the reservoir of the past. . For this. . You give. . Thanks.

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"a. tense" Discussed on Start With This

Start With This

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Start With This

"Car door. And then they would There's there's probably about two hundred to. It's kind of far out in the parking lot, and so they've got a long walk, so they've got to think through some things and I. Don't know in my head I. Start narrowing down to all of the things that are happening in present tense in real time. That's one of the traps I've run into in writing present tense. Describing a bunch of Shit. You don't need. Yeah. It kind of has that similarity to like those very flashy shots and movies where it's one continuous take for like fifteen minutes. And that's very cool when it's done right like that can be a very like. Wow, this is really exciting. I just realized that the camera has not cut for less ten minutes, but there there is also this thing of like you're committing to that. If your characters downstairs and they need to get upstairs that you are, we are going to watch that character. Climb the stairs. because there's no way to to cut that bit without without losing the technique. Although I think present tense. That is a trap you can avoid because present tense doesn't necessarily mean you have to go real time. Right like bright. You can be like I got out of my car. I walked into the store like that can be two sentences right next to each other. You can have that time jump. And still have immediacy of present tense. Yeah, that's probably just my brain starting to work on present tense, she's like well. Let's describe everything that's happening right now. In this very moment, there's a little bit about A. So much suspense. Works on foreshadowing are works on the knowledge that. Something else could have happened later and so in telling in past tense, you can play with time a little bit more. In present tense. It's less. It's more difficult to make that to make foreshadowing happen to kind of give the characters a perspective of time telling something in present tense. Those characters don't have the idea of saying yeah I. I made a choice years later I am regretting it. It just, doesn't you? It's just hard to do it without changing completely back out, so you have very little perspective of future time. When told him in presidents? I do want to point out. Just one notable. Kind of exception to that. which is an interesting use of the present tense to? Mess with the way time works. which is doctor Manhattan in watchman, both the TV for the recent version, which is excellent and the graphic novel I of course is. The use of the narrative of I am standing here. It is nineteen fifty. I am in a bar. It is twenty twenty like. Everything. Dr Manhattan says in present tense, and yet it moves around through passed in the future, and in this way it it just you know Allen more in the in the graphic novel, and then the writers TV show us that technique to intentionally mess with your sense of how time works. That's a great place to stop for a second and we'll take a break. We'll come back and we'll give you a couple of assignments. And we're back with your assignments Let me give you your consume assignment. The Sepah sewed your assignment to consume is the short story girls at play by selecting? Heads, up that the story deals with teen sexuality and Peer Pressure in a pretty intense way, so in girls at play, the narration is entirely in present tense early on the present tense verbs give a universality to the action, not that it is necessarily happening at this moment, but these actions are sort of always happening, but as the story unfolds the present tense verbs create. Create an unknown element the story is pressed right up against time, and without any past tense verbs we're left with this uncertainty as to the futures of any of these characters, and not just the far future, but the tension of what is going to happen moments from now, so that's girls at play by the author soliciting will leave a link in the show notes. For your create, you are going to write in the present. You're going to write a two hundred four hundred word story about a chase. This could be a car. Chase a hunting expedition, a of tack, whatever that means to you whatever level of life or death steaks or playful stakes, you WANNA, give it your main character whether they are chaser, or the chased makes a choice in your story. Story that changes the dynamic of the chase, and your last line is a cliffhanger, a tease for the next part of this chase now that dynamic has shifted, so be sure to use only active voice and present tense to describe some sort of chase, in which the main character with it they are chasing. Our Chase makes a choice that changes the dynamic of that chase. Good luck out there. So many sounds in that sentence. That was great fantastic work. Thank you all so much for listening and for writing along with your assignments, join us over on the on the member's forum and thank you so much for supporting start with this good look there. And that is all for this episode. Your assignment is just beginning head on over to start with this podcast dot com to join our membership community, becoming a member allows you to share your assignments with other listeners. Talk about what's sparking your creativity and find future collaborators hopefully, plus you'll be able to ask. 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"a. tense" Discussed on Start With This

Start With This

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Start With This

"About that technique. They're going to have to be like. Oh, the correct way to stand when I do this. Is this so i? Should just make sure my feet are like this like they're going to have to think through that, but eventually like. If you learn that stuff enough, it just becomes ingrained so that. Like at this point as like as a writer when you're like just wanted, you can instead of having to think the technique you hit a point where you've learned enough technique that you can be like. I just wanted to feel like this. And your brain supplies the technique needed. And maybe Ben's it where needed, but yeah, I do think it's worth having that that basis of understanding technique and learning it and thinking about it for a while, because you will eventually reach that place where it's just in your body, and you don't have to think about it anymore. I think it's you know. Go back to cooking metaphors, right? It's the idea of of the president. I eat the pizza and present continuous. I am eating the pizzas very similar to the difference between. Regular Kale and Dinosaur Kale right like inherently they taste almost identically but they're physically very different, so they behave differently in a salad, or if you cook them or doing whatever with them. If you'RE GONNA, make Kale chips. The curly Kale is much better because it holds all the spices on it. You Start Learning these little subtle differences, even though they're basically the exact same food. And I think it's the same thing as you were just saying with writing, which is just getting to the wants saying I eat the pizza describes it very subtly different amount of time of slice of time than I am eating the pizza it just it implies a slightly different thing and I think getting into those nuances. Don't spend a whole bunch of time analyzing the sentence I eat the pizza on the show, but I think just the point that I was making doing that. It's just playing around with with all these verb tenses I think can start giving you a better sense of what's the right ingredients for this dish that you're making for the right spice that you wanted this moment of something like that. Also got into a thing which is kind of in your writing one a one, which is active versus passive voice and It's funny, because for so long I, sort of passive voice as anytime you use the continuous tents of present or past, progressive, tense as opposed to just like simple or simple past, but it really has it has to do with the verb than it has to do with the subject of your sentence. The hunter shoots. The deer is active, versus the deer was shot by a hunter. Those sentences express the exact same action. But they're two entirely different. Different visuals so I. Think in writing just wanted to point back point that back out. If I'm going to bring up I'm eating the pizza. is still inactive active statement. Even though the pizza was eaten by me is a super passive statement. It's just a matter of the Vir- or the subject of your sentences. Just is the thing that should be doing the action. Just a reminder. Yeah, I, mean it it right. We are right now getting kind of a very visceral lesson in active and passive voice with. The discussion of how the media writes about police shootings. You almost never see a media article about the police about police shootings. That doesn't read something like man dies after shots fired in police incident. There's this roundabout way. That pacify sort of let's things off the hook and you never see an article about an armed robbery where it's like. Family dies after armed robber incident in which shots were fired like the you would never see a headline like that, and so thinking about what gets written about impassive, and what's gets written about inactive your? We're getting kind of a visceral lesson in what those those mean! If, you're in any type of institution that writes that were you are a writer whether you work for a news room or whether. You work in a writer's room whether you are a technical writer at a a firm or corporation. The principal job of your editor of the person who oversees that and the of your training has always been active voice. It is always to make things the most clear. So yeah, so the passive versus active I threw in there because. Like you have have been watching that unfold in the journalism world recently, and it's I think if you're you're very well trained in all of this, you have to go out of your way to use passive voice in those ways, because are so many people who see your work, and who edit your work, and who have commentary on your work, and that is one of the default things you always come back to when you're writing alone. As a fiction writer it can be hard to remember the point of active versus passive because you don't have a squadron of people around you to make sure that you're writing is doing what it's supposed to be doing. And that gets back to the idea of. It's all about agency. What choices being made? What action is being taken? The subject of your sentence is the person who is having these responses. Who is making these actions in these choices? Can we talk about some of the challenges of the limitations of present tense I mean to me. It all comes down to time the amount of time that. You're able to express. Yeah I mean it's. It comes down to a similar thing as In our episode about second person, discussing the limitations of second person I think they're really similar. Which is one? It is a noticeable technique and noticeable techniques always have a risk because anytime. You know there. There's there's that kind of truism probably can be attributed to some writer but I'm not sure which one idea that like the best writing is not even noticeable as writing that the best writing disappears, and that any writing that the reader notices is inherently bad. Bad I think that's wrong. I think there's lots of great writing that you notice. I think that's sort of the entire basis of poetry is it's great writing? That calls attention to itself, but doing that does run this risk of you are putting something between the reader and story, which is technique, and so you just have to be sure that's the technique that you WANNA use. You're using it well, or it becomes an obstacle, and then also like second person. Present tense does have these limitations in time that that by placing it in the present, you really limit your ability to discuss the pass, and you obviously really limit your ability to discuss the future. The future kind of doesn't exist, and the past rarely exists. It's kind of all about that moment, and that can really work well. Like any limitation you can use that to your advantage, but it is limitation. You have to be very sure that that's what you want before you go into it. I think about what makes present tense so compelling, which is the immediacy which is the idea that the that it draws your attention? It can also as we talked about with action. Make it more suspenseful. Make it more like I'm not sure what's about to happen next, but there's also when used in a more longer form writing when you use present tense, there's the Manetti of real time. I think you were speaking earlier about as you as a creator as you're writing something. Sometimes, your mind switches from past present tense as writing, because the tension is notched up in your mind for your scene, so your mind starts making it present tense because it's it's full of action and excitement. But when you're trying to maintain that that present tense, sometimes, your tendency is to tell it in real time. I know I do this. This is one of the things I fall back on. Not Fall back on, but accidentally do in in writing present tense, which is just start describing everything that's happening and we don't need everything that's happening, but it's more just like realistically they would When they got out of the car. They would shut the door and then they would lock the.

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"a. tense" Discussed on Start With This

Start With This

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Start With This

"Feels like everything is more important more immediate, but it also to me sometimes feels like a slows down time a little bit because you get to focus on every little detail when speaking at present tense. In. That might come from again. Presents gives I mean. especially in fiction, it could always turn out any way, but. Present tense gives the illusion that things are more dangerous that there's more uncertainty about what's going to happen next. Again because I think it replicates how we feel in our lives where the things in the past we know how they turned out, but this present moment we never know. And so because the scene could turn out any way I think those details get heightened for us. We will take on more importance because we're looking for a clue on how things are going to turn out. It's interesting. Sometimes just to conversational storytelling. Conversation is absence of one hundred percent present tense, because we're talking in the moment, but sometimes if I'm if you and I are talking and I might tell you a story about something that happened to me once. It's interesting that rather than I could say. You know I'm waiting for you know. I'm waiting in line at the cashier at the grocery store and this. And this rhino just suddenly charges through the aisles. So shifting it into present tense, like I am waiting in line at the cashier at the grocery store, and this rhino charges through the front doors and down the aisles. It's really interesting to tell you a story that happens in past tense, but to make it in present tense because I want to heighten the significance I wanNA. Place you there and puts you in in what's happening. We talk a lot about been talking so much about action for present tense, but we use it for for a lot else to times. It's just a matter of shifting the tone of what's happening. I think you know something about. Shifting into a dream or a different state of imagining something to take the reader out of story, to to let you know that I in a different place. Maybe I'm in a dream sequence. Maybe I'm in a different mine mindset about what's happening so instead of saying you know talking about I think I thought about my retirement plan, and then suddenly I'm thinking about being the fair I'm thinking about being on a roller coaster, but at the time when I thought about my retirement plan, I was just bordon in a state of daydreams, so it's just like switching into present tense. Just let you know into different state of mind here. Rather than something. That's actionable. Also in generalities, I think it's where we go. I was reading Ted Chiang his short story. Exultation is told is a sci Fi story told him in past tense, but throughout it in telling the story in past tense kind of in this future world of people who have replaceable lungs. He constantly refers to the action in past tense, but then he he constantly jumps into present tense to state generalities. When he says like when we talk about air or as well refer to it as are gone. We talk about air. We know the following things in this case, it wasn't true, and then he jumps back into the past. He jumps into the present to tell generalities of what he believes or what we all believe, what we all know is true, or what is kind of the general thought process now, but in the sense of the story I'm going to jump back into the in the past tense, and those generalities tend to be in present tense because their general. They're always happening. It's can be used as a world building thing. It's his way of connecting where the reader is to where where the character is You know if. They arrive in. I'm trying to think of a city. That's especially confusing for a newcomer Portland Oregon if your character. Derived, Portland, Oregon Portland Oregon is a confusing place for newcomer. There's that element of switching because Portland isn't a was and this. This thing you're describing still exists. In that same way, so it kind of connects the world if the reader and and the world of the character. Portland Oregon by the way is. Not a great place it might. Maybe they fix this but GPS is just. Don't work in Portland Oregon. That is right. It's Portland Oregon we traveled there. The the GPS has never seen to work in Portland nor in downtown. Chicago when you get under, is it Wabash? Yeah, GPS is just have trouble with layers and Portland and Chicago Chicago less than Portland. Portland has a lot of this. Because just a lot of streets on top of streets on like bridges and the bridge above the bridge, and the GPO has no idea which level you're on gets very confused. I definitely do not. have a lot of faith in the driverless car. Because living in Brooklyn for so long GPS could never tell the difference between the BIKI and Third Avenue. Some terrified as to what a driverless car would do. Going seventy miles per hour. It's like well on the Peking. Yup, you're on the thinks you're on third avenue, and it just takes a sudden right hand. Turn on the forty Fifth Street. I wanted to just do a quick grammar reminder because I did this for myself and I just. I don't know. I just thought it was just interesting to insert this here so. When we talk about present tense, there's. Really just like four versions of present tense present is I. Eat the Pizza which is saying what you're doing right now. there's present continuous or president progressive, which is I am eating the pizza? I am currently doing that thing present perfect I have eaten the pizza president. Perfect progressive I have been eating the pizza. And then there's this idea of present imperfect, which is saying like I eat pizza. Certain quoting Michael Jordan I don't know if you saw the last dance, but there's a really hilarious sequence wherein they tell the story about a Utah Pizzeria when they were in the finals against the Jazz Utah. Pizzeria brought pizza for Michael Jordan and Michael Jordan didn't want anyone else to eat it, and so he just aided himself, and he says in the documentary I the pizza. I just thought it was really great, because he demanded that no one else touches pizza. He aided himself and then he got food poisoning. This is a very exciting. So yes, I was just thinking about. I just went down this this mental activity of thinking about like what the difference between present and present continuous was the idea of i. eat the pizza versus I am eating the pizza and present continuous always looks on the page like when you have I am doing i. Am Verb Ing. It feels more passive to me. It feels less telling of what's going on. But in actuality it's it's more active in the sense that this is happening right now whereas I eat the pizza that present. That the simple present, tense kind of gives you a broader range stretches time out wider like I eat like I could be eating it now, but I also just in general I am eating. I eat the pizza. Yet this time just stretches. I don't know it's just really interesting when dive down into like. Verb tense of like we have a million different verb tenses in the English, language, and they all just kind of express a different stretch of time. And this actually gets into a point that is not directly related to the subject of this episode, but it is sort of related to a lot of the subjects of a lot of these episodes. Which is I I? Do think you know there's a lot of technical grammar stuff in writing and. I do think it's worth learning I'm very much not a prescriptive Est.. and I am all for kind of inventing new ways to put language together, but there is something very beneficial about understanding. That stuff. Yeah, it gives you. It gets to a point. You know similar to like I duNno, like an an athlete, really learning the technique of how to do something and for the first several years. They're gonNA have to think.

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"a. tense" Discussed on Start With This

Start With This

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"a. tense" Discussed on Start With This

"The future in the pastor both infinite, the future has no in in the past. No beginning we rarely tell stories in future tense, but it's a possibility in fact, storytelling, using the future tense I would be nothing but possibilities, most fiction, writing or storytelling in general happens in the past once upon a time. Seeing are fictional narrative as having already happened allows us as writers of they certainly a sense that there was closure at some point that we know everything that's about to happen as writers, we should have certainty in our stories regardless of verb tense, but there's a deeply psychological advantage to writing past tense writing in present tense, though makes everything immediate unlike the past or the future, the present barely exists. Emotionally speaking, what is happening in the here and now is so impactful and important, even if the feeling is fleeting, and so when we right in the present tense, we imbue our stories that immediacy lacing significance in every action. No matter how small. I'm Jeffrey Craner here with Joseph Fink. We will have been talking about this right now. Hi, Joseph Hi, I am speaking to you, and and in this moment it's left forty two am. Hello Hello So we had a previous talk about a second person and Present tense is another topic that kind of comes into a similar feel of of V. creates a a sort of immediacy I believe in in. It's a technique that is. Used more often than we think it is, but in terms of like actionable, present tense, it doesn't get US super. Often it's it's used mostly sparingly rarely for the entirety of a story, but in in the sense of using present tense storytelling. Like what kind of story do you tell using present tense verbs? It's an interesting question. present tense does give A. Sense of momentum. That doesn't exist in past tense past tense is kind of has a sense of a history. I am giving you the history of what happened whereas present tense feels more immediate. It feels more direct. Does more of a sense that things can go wrong. I think which may be an illusion, but there's the sense of. If it happened in the past the maybe it okay, because it was back then whereas the present tense gives us the feeling like we're living in the present moment, which is we never know what's going to happen next and kind of anything had happened, so there is. It feels faster. It feels more immediate, but it also you know we. We spoke about this per second person. It is because it is more unusual. It does call attention to itself, and so you do kind of run a higher risk of of taking people out of the story because you're. You're using a technique that calls attention to itself to thinks second person works better in in some genres like when I was writing out notes for this. One of the examples in my head of how I might use present tense in writing might be in like say like a bank heist or a like a crime caper or something that was action related in that genre, only because it feels like it builds so much suspense, or is it something where in? Every novel has suspense whether there's stealing of money involved or not that you can that present tense able to narrow down on that. I think it just works when you need that momentum when you want things to feel fast in a way. This is an interesting thing I was thinking about here is one. One thing I often have to catch an editing is when I'm writing a rough draft and I'm really just going with the flow and typing without thinking too hard about it one if I get to a scene where things are moving quickly, or there's like action, are just it's a fast seen, even if the story is in is in past tense start writing and presents without thinking about it, and then I have to go back and correct all that, but it is just like a thing. My brain will just slip into writing in present tense. Sometimes, it feels like the momentum is not for just. Something in my brain switches, and it's just like Oh. This feels like present tense go. And so yeah I think there's sort of almost an instinctive understanding of what. Feel. What present tense feels like that? It feels faster than past tense. I think that's really interesting. The that's what your mind does to you as your as your writing that it immediately starts changing your verb tense that the action and the suspense is so heightened in your own head that it does that it in that way, it almost present tense almost feels like it's There's something improvised feeling about the storytelling. Once you switch into present tense, because now it. It feels like I'm watching improvisers create a story. Because I don't know what's going to happen next, not the comfort of feeling like Oh. I feel like this is built on a rock. Solid Foundation of having already happened that at any moment, something could go wrong or right. which in that way? An interesting thing about presents then is, it may be almost replicates the writing process better than than than past tents because that might be why I slip into present tense mean all writing is is essentially improvisation until yet it you know your, I pass it is just you tossing ideas out and seeing how they land, and so you know for for pieces of the story that are more carefully constructed it to do past tense because it feels a little bit more like laying. Laying bricks of just like okay. This is the foundation for this thing that will happen next so I just need to put these bricks in here and past tense makes sense for that kind of foundation building, but those it is those moments like action scenes like this where in an action scene, it doesn't necessarily make a plot difference exactly how the action goes, so there's definitely a little were improvisation. Even if you have outlined, does definitely a good amount of improvisation in the rough draft writing of. Be Cool if happened, be cool if she grabbed a rope and swim and swung out this way and then landed over here. So I, do think maybe your brain slip switches into that improv mode of just like this is what I'm doing I'm just sort of making up stuff on the fly, and some just going to switch to present tense for that. It just started thinking about the I'm going to get the scene kind of wrong. CAS just now thought of it. which is the as you were talking about that? Which is the? Did you ever see reservoir dogs? A long time ago I don't remember it great. I hate to be the forty something white male who likes talking about writing who brings up reservoir dogs, but that's what I'm going to be right now. which is. I think for me. The the scene that makes that movie for me is Tim Roth's character. Going undercover into the Mafia offit. And he has to learn how to tell a story. He has to learn how to. Tell a story that kind of ingratiates him to the rest of this this gang and As? He's being taught. How to tell the story, it's basically just an acting workshop like just him on a roof with another cop who's kind of walking them through that and Tim Roth starts telling the story, and as he's telling the story, the scene shifts to where he still telling the story directly to the camera as the whole scene is acting out where he's also talking to. The people in this gang so like time shifts in this weird way and I was just thinking about like the present tense kind of does that it just lets the audience know of like. Hey, these two things overlap I've been past tense now and now I've shifted into present tense. So that that I just needed to know where time sort of shifts for everybody involved and to pay more focus and attention on how important this is! It makes that scene so tense. To Watch because he's constantly still practicing he still in the mode of practicing, but rather than showing a past tense, he practiced. He's actively doing while practicing it. There's another element to the present tense feel to while it's immediate and actionable. It also feels a little bit like slow. It's less about the present ten. Senate is about the shift from past to present when writing anything that has to do with action, it almost.

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"a. tense" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"a. tense" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It stopped. What we discovered is as lockdown measured. Swear taking place in different countries around the world. That was very clear. Significant decrease seismic knows that's Raphael the plan. A researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico research he co authored was published in the journal Science today, and shows manmade seismic noise dropping up to half globally this spring, so that was very interesting, because it was offering us a very concrete observation of decided of people were staying home as a way to protect the job it. It also presented an opportunity for science. Usually, lots of seismic noise makes it harder for researchers to detect small earthquakes. One of the plans co-authors compared it to trying to hear your phone ring at a rock concert this spring. The background volume got turned down. We each and focus on the natural signals. Trying to detect very small is derived, couldn't be absorbed before with last mount of filtering and processing more like hearing that phone ring in a library deploy, says identifying these earthquakes when it's quiet. Quiet is going to make it easier for scientists to find them again. When all that background noise comes back, scientists across the globe have been making local observations sometimes with small seismometers in their basements since lockdown started McGill University geophysicist Yang. Djing says this study brings those observations together to paint a global picture. She wasn't involved with the research. I think this is so far. The most comprehensive Stati on the global scale I'm very impressed by the scope of the study. It's part of a relatively. Relatively new sub field called social seismology, which finds connections between seismic activity and things like economic growth. This is sort of new direction that part of says Molly, branching into so I think there is a lot of contribution that's as you might be able to make in addition to just looking at the earthquake shaking records in this case, seismologists see the vibrations were making or not, as a gauge of how faithfully we're following doctor's orders to stay close to home for the world. I'm caroline dealer. From the cute daughter of Scottish vaudeville performers to create a song that inspired Joni Mitchell Anti Ross part of jazz trio. Lambert Hendricks Ross died this week. She was eighty nine for several years in the fifties and sixties. Her voice was seemingly everywhere. That's Ross along with her partners. Dave Lambert and Jon Hendricks accompanied by Count Basie on piano. They were one of the first interracial jazz ensembles tour globally, but years before that kind of success. There was this child star Andy Ross. When Ross was just four years old in nineteen, thirty four, she sailed with her family from England to the states for a vacation in New Yorker. Parents entered her in a singing contest for radio show, and he won her prize a six month contract with the Film Studio Mgm, she moved to l. a. and lived with her aunt. and Ross landed the part of Annabel. Logan the girl singing here on the short film. Our gang follies of nineteen thirty eight. Yes definitely a precocious tendency towards scatting of vacation to the US, ended up turning into a childhood, Hollywood career, and her mom and dad. No I didn't see them until I was seventeen. That's from a two thousand one interview. Any Ross gave to Hamilton. Colleges Phillies Jazz Archive. When she was seventeen, she left Hollywood and returned to London the same place. Where years earlier as a toddler, she learned how to charm and audience the family. We'll do shows in the park and pass the hat and recalls being a three year old performer I woke up to the little bandstand. And pretend hours loss and the. An actor playing a policeman. And choosing on a big, Danish or something. And I would say I'm hungry on the loss. And he'd say well if I give you a bite of this for. Can you do not so I can sing. I can dance and. At which point my father would pay are playing RPG on the accordion. And I sought to sing. told me. When. She was an adult, any raw singing with long overlooked, she returned to the US as a nineteen year old had a hard time finding gigs, but in nineteen fifty to a record producer asked to write lyrics for a jazz sack Solo. She came up with this tune twisted, forgot about it went back to England and meantime twisted became an underground hit in the US. It was a song that Inspire Joni Mitchell years later in nineteen sixty, Ross Andrew trio would finally record their own version. Any Ross hit some rough spots dinner life. She nearly died of a heroin overdose in London. Her career faltered at times, but she always managed to find a Gig, and you can't say this about a lot of people. Her entire life was framed by song. Lane!.

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"a. tense" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"a. tense" Discussed on PRI's The World

"With your business here. You can attend movement meetings. You let us know who attends those meetings, and what they say I didn't agree to that saying I was already cooperating by answering the questions Bulgarian. Courts denied an extradition requests from Turkey for BOIUC, but in Turkey the foreign minister announced that they were bringing back a person of interest from Bulgaria. Broke was on his way to a meeting. Please blocked his vehicle MOGAYON's promptly handed him over to Turkish authorities of the border. He stands accused of being a member of a terrorist organization and was detained in prison for more than three years, although bill area is a signatory to the Geneva Convention. Guaranteeing the rights of asylum seekers. At least seven more individuals are known to have been handed over by the Bulgarians. Human rights activists say countless others have been illegally pushed back at the Bulgarian and Greek borders. Turks have fallen trouble in other countries as well including Germany where they makeup, the third largest group of asylum-seekers. One is a twenty nine year old journalists. Who didn't want to give her name. Fled with a group of eleven, other Turks across the ever survivor to Greece there they encountered fleas on with other migrants David, putting van, the also be Dick A. Soda. We didn't know what was happening or where they were taking US finally. The vehicle stop secure. A Wash they started to pull us toward the river, we said we didn't want to go back and reminded them of the Geneva Convention, but they were so harsh and never gave a response. She says a group of masked men appeared from the forest and started to beat them in buttons. She tried to protect her husband, but they turned on her a man, speaking broken Turkey stalled them. You are a big problem hair. After hiding in the forest from night, the group eventually made it to Germany. Germany grants protection to less than half of the Turks who apply according to official records. The journeys family was denied asylum and their case is under appeal. Turkey has been putting pressure on Germany to go after goodness I'm on those wanted is an and saw who who was working at a TV station before he fled Durkee, he learned he was on a wanted list. When German police knocked on his door. nusamba-linked comes from come up with London. Police a couple of. The! The the police said the Turkish government gave your name to the German government. You're name and photo were in their documents. The police warned saw to go back to Turkey and promise him the protection of a neighborhood virtual, but saw is concerned about the possible actions of German thanks, many of whom are added supporters. GonNa Miss. The. I came across to Turks in the midst of a quarrel. One threatened the other thing. I'm going to report you to the Turkish consulate. The use this as a threat sauce s decks, increased defile file complaints, using the mobile up of the Turkish police, circumventing German authorities who send the mere thought human rights law in the capital car, and now runs refugees suport action in Germany. He says the Turkish government threatens sedans by going after relatives back in Turkey. Turkey. No one. Is Safe. Stay confined you. They are your son or your wife. He points out that even mothers with infants are imprisoned in Turkey. His own son was detaining Kyra for five days. Is Because of YOU MO? My Life and As. You can imagine how I feel. In Germany as an other parts of Europe. Exile Turks can trust easily durkee suspended operations against dissidents for three months due to the coronavirus, but by June Turkey announced operations had resumed with the arrest of seven EA suspects for the world. I'm Anne Hardback. You spend time with us every weekday to hear stories that connect you to the world that connection continues on social media. Join the conversation about the global stories.

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"a. tense" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"a. tense" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Anyways. Here's is my poem. Infinity collapsed. My number sits on the slope of a hill adorned by Oaks Arches of autumn flooring Red Goldman Pumpkin. Season arrives. It has not yet come, but the leaves outside a break into Colonel Crisp and Brown sometimes to collapse infamy into a single point in time I label now. Pretend that nothing ever existed until this moment this now and that it will all cease to exist in abreast. That the fragile globe is. Is Link top teetering on one point before it's over an in this now? The trees Oso Green. Green Greener than anything. I've known to assist so I. Memorize the chill of Pre pumpkin season, and the exact shade of line the ducks, my forest of Arden. Memorize the icing of Arlington last thrill, so that one day I can breathe it onto. My children kissed them with a melnace of fall, and so taking all in. Just in case. For. I don't know when it will burn. That was Caroline Din in Maryland reading her poem. Infinity collapsed produced by Zor amyloid, and originally published in the International Educational Organization right the world you can read the poetry of other young writers from Mumbai to a Buddha and catch up on our climate change solutions reporting at the world dot. Org Slash big thinks. You're listening to.

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