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"aub" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

Talentos para o Sucesso

04:45 min | 5 months ago

"aub" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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"aub" Discussed on Embedded

Embedded

07:55 min | 6 months ago

"aub" Discussed on Embedded

"In our other case witnessed d- didn't make a complaint at least not at first not even after frank miranda pop back up in her life and her box in the email started back and i was like no way witness de says she decided she was gonna try to handle officer maranda her own way and sent him one last email. I replied by email and axed him you know. Could you stop messaging my wife as if i was someone else. She says she posed as her own made up husband and she wrote this quote. It appears that you and my wife are having an affair and have been for years looking at all. These nude exchanged pictures. What is going on and quote when she didn't hear from officer frank miranda again. She says she relaxed. She thought it was over but just a month later witnessed d. and her boyfriend were out and they stopped for gas. She says she stayed in the car while her boyfriend went inside the station when he came out. She says he was upset. He asked her if she'd been sleeping with a cop. I was like why. Would you say i'm having an affair with an officer who was like well. The police just call my phone and they said that you're having an affair one of the officers and i was like yeah right all. She says she could think was. Why were the police calling her boyfriend. And how could they frame what had happened as an affair. Surely the phone rang. A game witnessed e. says she recognized the number that popped up on her boyfriend sell immediately she would. It was the same. Chp number miranda had used this time. She answer is not her boyfriend and she puts the call on speakerphone in her car. This is sergeant with the siege. Be so jin. Ke rat lau with the california highway patrol officer. Miranda's supervisor lull is recording. The call he doesn't mention this on tape or ask for her consent. We got this tape from the chp. And you'll hear parts for her name and her boyfriend's name are rejected for me. How how does it with information. There was an email that was sent from your email address. So that's all. I got a hold of your husband. Witness says this call comes out of the blue. She says she sent that e mail from her own email address so it doesn't make sense for lao to be calling her boyfriend. The email didn't have her boyfriend's name in it. It didn't have his phone number. They didn't have the same last name as far as she knows. There's nothing that would connect them again. I would like to know how far number or i got it from doing some. Follow up if he wanted to get information about miranda misconduct. You should have contacted me directly. I felt like at that point. I was being harassed by these two officers and chp. i'm right now but it wasn't an awfully. I would appreciate some honesty because first and foremost you didn't call me which. I would have been fix them. Secondly why would the police go around her. The victim somehow hunt down her boyfriend's phone number to tell him that she and miranda were having an affair news photos of your architectures inappropriately and everything. And that's not that's not interesting interested in even you know going for two. I was actually selling a harassment complaint when she says it felt like a threat off. He's an often. they're so what the difference is in the poli- so yeah boston easily. Give i finally sergeant. Lau asked her if she'll come into the station and make a statement about miranda another number. Your cell phone number. There could not. We're investigators say this was at this point witnessed -i says she doesn't trust sergeant lau at all but she says she'll come in and talk to him if she can bring her lawyer. He refused to me with my attorneys present with me. An email in the records we got from the hp shows that lau said he couldn't take her statement with her lawyer there. We asked the chp if this really was a policy because wouldn't it discouraged victims from coming forward. They said quote. The hp is unaware of any such policy being in place. They said they have no rules. That would prevent a victim from having a representative with them while making a complaint. We asked the hp if lau had followed policy in how he dealt with witness st taping their call without notification contacting her boyfriend instead of her and refusing to take her statement with her lawyer. The agency did not answer these questions. But the records we got don't show law was reprimanded but even how witness d is identified in the records might show something about how the agency labeled her and the other women as witnesses to an officer's misconduct potential victims of it witness de alternately sues the chp over claims of stocking by miranda and intimidation by investigators. Sergeant lau maranda allow both denied. Those claims the agency admits no fault but settles with her for one hundred thousand dollars. According to her lawyer aranda however did face some consequences and so did officer. Morgan mcgrew when we come back. The past is never passed and every headline has a history on rom. Tina aub louis. I'm rhonda data and we're the hosts of through line. Npr's history podcast each week. We go back in time to better understand. The present bringing lesser known stories and perspectives to surface subscribe and listen to line from npr in september. Two thousand sixteen sergent jimmy ryland in a couple of other superior officers. Sit then officer morgan. Mcgrew down in an office building in los angeles. You mentioned a motel room to start off asking him questions about the original complaint. The mom who came in with her kid. What motel were you going to with one. Did you have in mind specifically hotel them in mind. Did she seem happy about the common. She was confused. What else do you remember about your conversation with her. And your encounter with her. Am i think. I gave her son a sticker. Chp sticker like any internal affairs investigation. Mcgrew has been given advance notice of this interview and been allowed to prep. Mcgrew also has a union representative there with him. Who pops in from time to time with objections over the course of two days and about nine hours they go over all the evidence. Can you provide us with an explanation as to. Why are you store condoms in your departmental locker and each of the allegations made by the women. That sergeant ryland had surveyed spoken to on the phone like the woman who said mcgrew suggested he hand cover in her car from your recollection during your time. It's been officer. you've never made a comment. Anybody about getting in the backseat of the car with them or the woman with a disability mcgrew said to her. You don't look disabled from here or this woman. She alleges that you commented to her. 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"aub" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

Papo de Fotógrafo

03:02 min | 10 months ago

"aub" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

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"aub" Discussed on Beyond The Scores

Beyond The Scores

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"aub" Discussed on Beyond The Scores

"Eighty six. Seven months league is Is a challenge and it. It still is work in progress. A lot of clubs are still working on defining judgment. You know Trying to keep them engaged through the not. Just the do three months of the so. It's work in progress but But i think there's been a massive shift from where we started off do now. We never spoke of our general up transfers transfer window so this is something which is and anthems apps started seeing that a newcomer to was as Indian players or even enough a couple of four foreign. Aw you know players being transferred to other clubs so from that point of view. I think it's been a big change and it's for the gold and also now International clubs a you know having their presence In india to said i mean like the city group by all other partnerships like what we've done with gruesome dot So just i was just the positives all around and also now. We have conquered james in the league. So what do you think that has made the season motive testing To the beyond the sponsors in the not other sequels game. Yes definitely. I think aub with idiom on begun end you spend you know are being bought of the isolate You know what's the big news of the season Yes why we don't have clouds season. We as i read actually really looking forward to a bingo clubs in and Yeah i mean. I think all of fans in neither would be excited. We'll see you believe eastern wall play in hyderabad as well. So i mean it's a great move a positive move and it's good development for indian football and the ball the roadmap in place. You think clubs are not ready for the promotion you know to get into asset. Look into the second league. I league think. I sell club. Need more time to protect their overall value. Not have allegation or do you think you know spying that you have something on. One of.

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"aub" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"aub" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"A very low adamant acted because we because the already have the schema in long term memory so they could retrieve the schema as one element As one adamant to solve this equation so so therefore you have more knowledge in this era. The materials in this domain will become less low and low noronha lower abdomen into activity. I see and the last question. I promise before. God tell me about your research. The other thing. I get confused about with cognitive. Load theory is is a relationship between elementary activity and an intrinsic load or just any kind of load and are they essentially the same thing. If if if a an equation has got a high elements interactivities. Does that mean. It's got a high intrinsic load. And if it's low elements interactivities got a low intrinsic load. They essentially the same thing or is is this difference going on i i would say the intrinsic load is is definitely depends on the levels of elementary activity because adamant interactivity reflects the nature of learning materials. So which means. If the if this material has very high level of element which maine's materials will impose very high intrinsic load our memory and also you've this material to low editor interactivity which will impelled post very low intrinsic loan. Our memory i see but it is something extra intrinsic load kind of above and beyond element interactivities are other separate concepts aso support the intrinsic load an intrinsic lok deals with the nature of learning materials and extra near slowed deals with teachers instruction and yearly. You're really the intrinsic load is fixed once. The materials are fixed by the for the extra slow the alternative based on hallway desiring matere a how we designed the instructions i see. I think i can sense already. We're going to return to train slowed as we go because that's one of my favorite things to talk about this but anyway let me get you back on track to your your research. Aub derail does last so you tell us about how you look at it. The woods exemplified to the generation effect on how elements interactivities. He may be maybe the key. To kind of reconciling the two so keep talking about thoughts. Okay yes so Some appears to be the first experiment. In my i i. I would assume in the first three experiments for my phd research. We will use the geometry problems. So so wait. Designed we unselected some math formula as sombat formulas from primary schools for example a era re tangle and the era of a circle so we chose a lot of on those formulas as low element internet interactive materials and we also As a student does that sound matera. Such as to austin to calculate the era of account punk shapes and we designed those of materials as high in adamant interactively so we as always separate into different groups and the we asked a group students to to generate a the the formulas for example a. What is the era for rectangle at another groups. Do the we present all obscene formulas to to study on. Can i can. I just check as well. Oh how students prior knowledge coming into this that they haven't encountered these formulas before. Is that right. Oh yeah that's right so before we rent randomized participants into two groups. We present all of the formulas to students to to have a luke. So they've they've had a look at these formulas i but they've they've not been there haven't been taught them as. Yeah that's right i mean. They're in two groups one group as is shown the formulas as what five iowa just kind of told told what they all what. What's what's happening across these two groups specifically okay. They won't group. We just present a the formula such as the era of tangle equals to the length Applied by the way the wife or the best answer and another group. We asked them to generate. What is the area of a rectangle so they need to write down the the miller by themselves see so so no proof or anything like that. It's known in upstate of being told it is just like a filling the gaps. What is what is the era of iraq after right down the formula four so yes yes. So we actually. We were testing the the math concepts that is taps on the math concepts on the math. Facts god it. But there's no kind of formal teaching going on at any stage here in illinois right up. Got it perfect okay. Yeah i've got my head round. They so how this is good. So far i'm following what what happens next and And so so this type of so. 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"aub" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"aub" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Like he's playing a part as Bruce Wayne, like he is Batman and that's his life and that's that's all that matters to him and the part of Bruce Wayne is is more of the mask. Now that everything he does. In and out of the costume in and out of the cowl is to. Further his his goals as Batman to improve his city even as Bruce Wayne to improve his city through Wayne, enterprises and to. Protect people and to get. Information. For. To you know for his goals Batman his mission. Yeah I mean, he's like he's. That's always the thing like Bruce's is really the mask. Batman is just the person is who really is. You know the mask is just there but. Yeah that's that's one of the things that kind of separate superman. Batman. Bruce Wayne sort of ceased to exist and he became Batman. He's always Batman and now over the years you know he's kind of He still, Batman but he's kind of been allowed to grow into a person. He's he's allowed to mature pass that, and he's still not Bruce Wayne quote unquote he is still and always will be Batman in which is the idea they used for Batman begins that. When Bruce Retired and he was in seclusion not be begins Batman beyond when Bruce Retired and he's in seclusion. Like he's only trying to make the city better but he's still Batman like even that one episode where he thinks he's going crazy when he realizes he's not because he's like I don't call myself Bruce in my head. You know like he is Batman that's that's who he is. Essentially, that's what it boils down to love this. Arise in office WHO's just Bruce Wayne. Hey It's What's your name? Channel. Lynn from black lightning. Lynne Stewart. Is it. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's black lightning's wife rate their. Street, AUB. He casting they're pretty much. That one dude on the board is Christopher Nolan I learned that in another podcast. Really the guy who puts his head up. I assume since they focused on him newscenter frame. What do you call it? I love. That's awesome. Because cress Williams legacy casting to on black lightning. He was an episode. Lewis and Clark is like a Voodoo Shaman that attacks superman? Right. So that is. But you know superman like. Like who he is lies in the middle, you know who he really is lies in the middle like have Kent in in public is kind of lake is is a mask because he's kind of hiding that he's trying to be less than normal. You know he's. Superman is so extravagant and so fantastical like he lies in the middle. So he's almost never who he really is until. He's like. Behind closed doors he's he's always the same person. He just kind of leans one way or the other. Yeah. Like that's the thing about Superman, he's always him. He's always the same person. You just kind of leans one way or the other it's not really an act either way it's just just one way or another. So that way he can. Create separation. Between the two just to just to protect his identity. That's it superman like the superman. Is More a little bit more like confident strong. Clark a little bit more lighthearted. You know and then you have. Him in the middle. That's why I say I like that picture of like. Like in Superman returns you know I think about like that. Him himself is when his mom on the farm not wearing the glasses wearing like the farm close. Unique exactly. That's a great version of him. Then the suit and glasses is like the Clark East shows and then. You Know Superman but well. Like Superman. One minor clip thing on that reef, Superman is like an act like, yeah he's never himself. You know what I mean. He's this bumbling guy that he's really portraying so hard to be Clark and then he superman he's almost never himself and the no the more I don't WanNa say don't like it but it's not my preferred version of Clark Kent. Now Mind a little bit of like Phoenix or awkwardness. But I've always taken the the Clark is supposed to be a generic dull guy that doesn't stand out and if you're too goofy and awkward, you stand out. which. I think Clarkin himself is just kind of naturally socially awkward because because of kind of being sheltered because of who and what he was you know what I mean. So as a person, he's just kind of socially awkward and that's just kind of the way he is. You know what I mean but to like push that to the extremes. Yeah. You you stand out to be that extreme. Whereas Henry Cobbles version, you know. He he's just he's himself but he kind of just leans on that boring farm boy socially awkward person. I'm really to see what tyler does because I liked the little bit I've got with him in. Dean cranes was more Clark focused than it was superman focused ally. Yeah. So we I change sub or I'm hold us away from it. We had Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox whose like. Amazing I mean, he's the voice of God but. Like I. IF I had if I had somebody narrating my life, it's either him or Samuel. Jackson because sometimes you just need some efforts thrown in there I always say. Come, what woody? Gary. Nice. But I love montage of so. The. Part of the reason I wanted to talk about this movie today on Batman Day and and the fact that we know that Matt Reeves Batman is coming as we've got, we've got Bruce Wayne here. We've got this grounded take. We've got Bruce Wayne here he's putting together. He he's he's building it and making it himself to a degree. But all of this technology, the Batmobile, the Tumbler, the grapple gun the Cape. To glide like all this technology developed by his company developed by somebody else and use in him appropriating it. For his for his own purposes. the reeves one I think he's got a similar tape but you know from what from what I can tell from what reeves the.

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"aub" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"aub" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"I'm not a big fan of orbs generally. But if you see them with your naked eye and a luminous blue, that's different than the old speck of does doesn't especially if why would you now trying to convince you? It's a demon AUB What an interesting Nanu must have had anyway said that sincerely, thank you for sending that story because that's amazing I do really like that show we have some more. Yes I think we shall our next two stories coming from often contributor Nina Peterson now remember she sent three stories and prior and they would all blue marvelous. So we're GONNA. Get to more from Nina right now. She says, and this is story before she writes in and the title of the male is, of course, two more stories because it's two stories quite logical rally. Thanks, Nita. She writes story number four, and then she's put in Asterix's I. Mean No offense in any of these terms if you know of more, Tom, please use them. Now the job we've got here is I read these stories fresh out on pre read themself on behalf of Nina I'm sure she means no offense as she states there. So if there's anything to mad out just How edited out I don't quick glance through I. Don't think there's anything intentionally offensive. So I continue, you'll recall from the previous three stories from Nina that went round looking spooky sites basically. So this continues a knock Jones. One of the next sites we decided to check out was an old Klu Klux Klan House in Salem for whatever reason. We went in broad daylight because it wasn't really safe to go at night as it was through the woods that open to a clearing that you had to walk to, and it was very easy to get lost. The house was being preserved as a historical site. The second floor was used as a medical floor and the township was planning on making it a museum. So they'd remove the stairs leading to the doors so we couldn't be vandalized. The house was about four to five feet off the ground. So it was insanely difficult to get to the door without the stairs, and if you did, you only have the extremely small ledge of the look door to stand on which most people couldn't. So as we're walking up to the house, there's a huge tree behind the home with a low hanging branch, which made obvious what it was. I look the tree and I, see a small black. Under the tree. I S J if he sees him and he says, see what? The next thing I know the little boy is gone. Would just walking around looking at the house and I feel like we're being watched..

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"aub" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

Mango Kush Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"aub" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

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"aub" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"aub" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

"All. Right. So we're going to start out. We are in the town of water deep. So, bog. Awesome you are on year ship that you have been writing on up the sword coast has just landed in water deep series of your. Of, your order have had a vision that a great darkness does is rising and water deep and they have sent you to investigate you are in the docks departing from your ship. As you look around, you see a bustling city and dogs in the background. Awesome. Skies Shining. Nothing obviously nefarious coming before you at the moment what would you like to do? Oh pretty sky. I guess walk into town and all right. you start walking in town you see your kind of in A. A merchant district lots of trading of going on around you couple. INS. Street merchants vendors. have. been on the ship. we'll say about two weeks. They serve food at the end to you. Right correct. I will go to an end for food because I want real food ship food. Okay, you look around and you see in. The the name of the in on the scientists called the laughing law MIA. And as you go into the in, you notice that there is it's it's actually quite spacious on the inside you there's like a dirt floored circle in the middle of this in and people are starting to. People are starting to gather around and your approached by somebody who has a pad of paper and they're Kinda writing into. So who you taken on the fight Mr Aub fight. Yet fight the fight that's going to be happening down in down in the down in the pit near. Taken. On the fight you're GONNA you're. GonNa take the. The newcomer or you're going to go with the champion or look underdog. Dog All right put you down how much do you want me to put you down for pu other two gold pieces. To go pieces for for the newcomer. Alright. So going mark two gold pieces off on your. On your character sheet there and you go ahead and I'm assuming you're going to take a seat and wait for the fight. Do. All right. We'll move over to. Move over to squid CALLUM I. All right. Callum, you see you are coming in from the north side of Water D- you. Have a relationship with the local about bear community they're concerned that one of their. One of their tribe has gone missing and they're afraid he may have gone quote into town looking for work. They've asked you to see if you could go retrieve him and keep him safe from the local people understandable. The Miami traveling down the main road. I'll just ask anyone if they've seen about anyone that seems forthcoming with information. So you approach A. An older human and you and you ask them if they've seen a bugbear. Geezer. Oh Yeah. How can I help? You seen a bugbear through here recently. there. You, know Paul Harry. I know what they are. Back in my day, I was raided by a group of those nasty creatures. Okay Day You one recently. Yeah I saw going down the street he headed down. Not Too far from here. I watched him walk into that. Den of iniquity down there that laughing Lami Ah I'm already walking away. You stay away from there now. If you know what's good for you I don't. All right. So you head into the head into the laughing law MIA, and as you walk in there, you see a A half work. Just. Kind of sitting at a table staring intently at a pit of sand in the middle of the room. Waiting for something. As few other. People start to trickle in with you. Then there's a general does of excitement on the air. Joy See a bugbear hanging about make perception check. Oh boy I travel I. Love the night for you love. Honored virtual the whole podcasts hotdog that's twenty two. You you kind of want venture all around. You don't see a bugbear directly but there are several doors that have signs up basically say staff only on them is the scariest look in this person in this place the ORC. I would just sit at his table. All right Shall I describe myself for? Yes. Go ahead and describe yourself because I. I don't want to take all the fun away from you. You see a young man that is trying desperately to look older than he is. Sit down at your table. Just, looking angry as convenes scowl clenched shot Chin lifted I'm a tough guy you know. short-term hair and a single earrings that inequality to maybe modern day world might be a dangling sculpturing is actually a mind players head just hanging red gemstone. 'cause I'm tough. or Bog feel free to describe yourself I. Definitely look mostly. Orchestra but pretty. more together I guess not pretty. Pretty ORC. Attract. I. He's he you can tell he's trying to be. He's trying to carry a different air about him than than what a lot of folks whatever that. He is not a holy trying to act on orchestra, but he is trying to. Like be very proud and burberry proper and and to just be good. And Just to try to. Change change the perception of ORCs, that a lot of people have. And I guess that's about it. I could get into more but because he's you know he's half work. So it's not really accepted by either side four bog. You see caloms down next to you kind of a scowl on his face. I not agreeing. Why so mad. Mad at nothing. Look bad. Looks can be deceiving, can't they? I..

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"aub" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

Geeks Under the Influence

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"aub" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

"The views and opinions expressed on Geeks or the influence are that of the panelists and none of our sponsors answers Amazon.com Tepa brittle discretion is advised. Kinda what the funk pop that has the Australian firefighter with the quality. Kind of really want that one. I mean as fun copes go that and also the proceeds go to help help with the fires and stuff. So it's actually helping to to for your need for Baby Odom. I mean that's basically that mash up of for five addressed as a firefighter and baby. Yoda dressed as wallow holding his leg. Oh my God. Oh yeah way too many copyrights take. There's not right on. koalas context to a special one to help with the fire. the fires and it'll be maybe at addresses a Koala and they'll be like Oh fuck money okay. Grows was doing that for their shirts. They were doing one for Australia and had really cool mosaic aboriginal art art the different animals. There is pretty cool. They would orders for that and all proceeds went to. That's that's great that you can do something where people are getting a product that they really want want on the same end also helping out something. That really needs a lot of help. I'm I'm very stoked yet. Apparently they're filming mad. Max Five soon and yeah. Well Australia's prime for post-apocalyptic Dome Right. Now oh I know but it all I saw the post and something like what about the fires and people responding that just help settle cut costs. That's like if they were to film like any Batman Stuff in Detroit like you'll just yeah. Yeah so what Mad Max Wasteland yet that kind of you covered for no man's land. Yeah no that was the whole Bain Auden Italian but I was actually surprised at Detroit his use in like rubble all the rubble of Detroit. Detroit used in more films especially Superhero films like the birds of prey movie. I just saw no Detroit Lake. It was it looked like little boroughs of New York that they used for. That and Nolan was smart. But there's also decrepit parts of Gotham that are even in the film and this could have been Detroit and you would have saved on so much money on set design. I thought in Nolan. No one did use Between Chicago Detroit I thought Nolan might have used sub Detroit. Yeah thought he used so okay. That's stopping Gazans rainy and Shitty. Yeah it's supposed to be New York now it's fucking Choi. How imagine if you know Saddam's always kind of a mash up of the two? I thought it was like actually Chicago. Detroit New York Org all together philly mixed at Harley Quinn filming in. Kobe comes out and stabs her. There is this will not have anything to do with the plot line. There's a scene involving a breakfast sandwich in the new birds. Afraid movie that it's kind of like that scene in Spangler he's making that sandwich and you're like fuck up that Sanjay fucking sandwich. There is a breakfast sandwich. Seen in bird the prey where they're like zooming in on the eggs cooked too nice and medium and put on like this this festive Brad. And you're like okay. I would fuck up that sample. Yeah that's probably the most exciting part of birds of prey for me was much sandwich seem and the same which was held in such high regard in the movie as well about like this bad witch switch. It was the that doesn't sound will bode well for the movie. If the breakfast sandwich highlight going. Apparently you haven't had a properly made ate breakfast sandwich because it should be held up to that high of a road. Just say that no. I said it doesn't bode well for the movie. If that's the part that you liked the most there's some opinions to be said about birds of prey on both. There's some good and some bad that comes from it and we'll get into that and more On this episode which is all about the evolution of joker and Harley. Quinn forget it be getting into kind of the original characters. How they're similar in some ways? They're working stories the development of those characters and how they have changed over the years based on the comex the animated series by the action as well as different view terrains games as well are the arguments series Definitely a different take on these and I'm really interested in and talk about all the different styles. These they look at has changed a lot over the years. Their intentions have changed a lot. Aub especially Harley as far as her attentions from being the sidekick character her own character and kind of an anti hero in a lot of ways at S. She's evolved all that cool ask. Yeah Yeah sometimes like that that golden moments of I'm being good and then they totally go not golden anymore really really quickly. Yeah so we've got a panel of knowledgeable people that can Talk at length. Well more than the Our that we have about About Dzhokhar Clinton. I'm very excited to get into this episode of East on the influence after one eighty to the evolution of Joker Harley Quinn..

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Don Johnson on His New Film 'Knives Out'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

09:58 min | 2 years ago

Don Johnson on His New Film 'Knives Out'

"This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie now that is a WHO Dunnit of sorts but to me. It's the most fun that I've had at the movies movies this year. It's called knives out. And one of the stars is my guest today. Don- Johnson here especially little torture chamber. We Ah the black inside the black kind event also. Well people confess when they sit in this chair. I'll tell you anything anything. Anything he wanted to unburden yourself on. This is a you know I'm I'm ready. I'm ready to just leave. Just push the button. Okay Yeah who did it. No I is a movie that actually begins with the murder but it's not like we know anything well. The interesting thing is is that in the first ten ten minutes you see the actual death actual murder you see and so without knowing without knowing what you're meant to see or what what what you know there. And then you spend the next COUPLA hours having a blast watching these incredibly beautifully flog people entitled I really it just Hilarious it's Christopher amherst character that murdered right and he's having his eighty fifth birthday and yes this all star cast including you. I looked at that movie into any one of these bastards could adopt. Yeah that cast. Is You know the the interesting thing that happened. Is that when we got together to make this movie. It all came together pretty fast and we we arrived in. We shot out of south side of Boston towards Wellesley in this in that house in a big mansion. Yeah and and We all had these new enormous trailers not more than two hundred yards away from the house. we never used them. All we did was as we go downstairs in the basement of this house and we'd picked a room a lot like this a lot more friendly but I had a little more humor to it not much but we would sit around and tell stories about the movies. We'd done it asked you know I'd asked Daniel Daniel Daniel Craig about you know what. Tell me about that stunt and tell me what you know about about this and that and he had asked me about things that that We had done Christopher plummer summer and and I've known Christopher for a long time we we held down a couple of barstools and in San Francisco. I'm not shocked. And that and Jamie Lee Curtis who plays. You're pissed. Oh she he's still see. Well I worked out pretty well because she plays my wife and the thing and I showed up for work she started bossing me around and I said okay. Why not and captain? America's your son Chris Evans. Yeah this normal. Sure everybody's just hanging out there that hey birthplaces and there's a lot of movies that I see sometimes where I think the actors actors are having a great time. But I'm not in this case it's red from what you guys were doing to the audience when we see I know it's infectious. It really is. Yeah and that's harder actually think you know the the the the extraordinary extraordinary thing about this We didn't have a table read. We didn't rehearse we just showed up on the first day and you no. It's not an uncomplicated. No people have to and so we showed up on the first day. And we we start to go and I and and I hit a I hit the tone that I think is right. and Lo and behold Jamie Lee tosses the ball back to me and Scott the same tone and then we started to roll and everybody else sort of you know did their thing and we kind of brought that sense of joy in and in the moment to the to the to the to the To two knives out and I think that that's what you feel. I think that that joy in that fun kind of ride is what you feel like. You're lifted up. But it has a very contemporary temporary kind of spin on it. Yeah you should explain Richard who is a bit of a rat bastard. Yeah well they're they're all horrible people there are they are but he. He is kind of the personification of the Great. I loved him because he doesn't do. Anything doesn't have a job. AUB doesn't do anything he just you know. He's the personification of entitled because he lives off of His wife in the family and all that stuff I sort of played him like a like a one of those country club sizes. Just kind of walking around with half a buzz on over time. It is whatever you want but yeah people you need to see this. And when they do they can thank us for it. I can thank you. You're welcome. You're welcome bureaus. It's a good time and then I have to bring this up too because it's so great is watchman on HBO. You know I've seen you do a lot of great things things right from the beginning. You know even Miami Vice where when people think of it now and they think of how you're dressed and the style that you had and the suits the cheese and the t shirts and the whole deal no socks yeah started a complete fashion trend but that was a really good show. Yeah I was a little ignoring by in the beginning when there's Oh it's just fluff at style over substance and I was going well not so fast you know we we managed to get had some you know a golden globe. And you're gone. What does that mean? It's true But yeah no I've I've been fortunate in that I've had some Some meaty parts get to play over the years and I just think I mean you'll show Abo thing is is is ah trip. Sorry to interrupt with that Help the the the the writer creator of Damon Lindelof was I think I gave him his first job on Nash Bridges. You don't quite remember no way I mean I know that I I saw now I see. Yeah Yeah and then he went on of course to To do lost and forgiving him. No no no. He's true they should. I should be getting away. From all guys Sean Ryan and Carlton Carlton Cues and all the I mean. So many people came out of that That little incubator. I had gone up there. Those shows Nash Bridges and Miami. I swear long running shows which you're playing cops and I remember hearing you do an interview once and said I'm done with that you know and here you are as sheriff drugged God. You Judge Judge for judge hanging around the hanging around. But there's something in that role on. I know I get killed if I say anything too much about it but you know we probably both would. Well you'd be specially killed but I don't know how you get killed yeah to do this. But it's such a wonderfully complex charming character Thank you might have many many other level the NFL. What's happening? Yeah well when I see an emmy nomination for that too in your future Oh bless your heart. Don't vote for the Emmy Okay. So it's useless. I think you know every listen every reality start somewhere with a rumor. Okay talk to John. You heard it here therefore I give you know I'm not getting it's make it happen. Yeah that is a lot of fun to do too because it was. I didn't have a character who can be sitting at a family dinner and get up and do Rogers and Hammerstein and make everybody feel. I WANNA be around this guy. It was just very ballsy and Fabulous to what you know. That's the way I felt about it because Damon column. He wrote me this beautiful letter and of course if you want an actor's attention you just write him a letter and tell him how great he is and you've got his undivided attention. I guaranteeing I don't care who it is. It's like Kryptonite right. You know. Start Bragging on an actor and telling them how great they are. They'll do anything and I fell victim to that. He came in. Yeah Yeah you're the God. And so he Lewis. Is this Lewis right walk on. I love it but he asked me to come in and he told me he kinda told me that story. The sort of long grades plans for for watching it. I don't think he wanted to scare me off so he didn't. He didn't tell me the whole thing but he told me enough and I and I kind of felt like well. I'm in on the joke and I like that. You know and and I also think that it's an interesting thing to have My fans wouldn't expect it no one expects and it's kind of A. It's kind of like one of those things where I can get away with that these days where maybe couldn't before

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"aub" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"aub" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

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"aub" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"aub" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Aubert head one return for minus five yards aches you can't ask for any more out of butter well puttering punk scene yeah exactly yeah hire to becoming a head coach given to shits about specialties he didn't know anything about it he even once I remember one time grabbing the hallway was like hey at some point I'd like you to kind of I can tell you this we punt we kick we returned but but what that small conversation and and what I honestly what I watched after he gets it he understands football he knows they need to be dominant on special teams and knows that was a huge part of why Serb Myra was successful and so he bought in he and he's brilliant urban always been a special teams Guy Yeah and Dan Mullen is brilliant so he dove he dove into it at Mississippi State and became an expert eventually and so they are they're killing special teams so that that's a huge advantage on Florida's Front for sure I don't know about you guys but for me a game is ten times more exciting when I'm putting my money on it sometimes I feel a gut feeling about a matchup and sometimes I'm just betting on my team because they're my team regardless of whether you've been betting for years or you're ready to play for the first time mybookie is your best bet this season if you're the kind of guy who likes to try to bed a little to win a lot try parlay for instance if you like a couple of the big favorites this week which you did this weekend parlays are perfect because they'd let you more ways to win between football season the playoffs and the start of the NBA NHL seasons it's time to get off the sidelines and get into action if you really want to support your.

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"aub" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

21:19 min | 2 years ago

"aub" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Nerve who gone and my activities here are fast I once they vary beat upside down in my critics and kiss my averages are you going to say the same about Florida when they lose four games I don't I don't know how they're not lose forty right now yeah roughly and right around we're Texas saying Emma's relationship I said I'm sorry I said not to bring it up to a fifteen on third and fourth down one only one trip into the red zone didn't score turn the ball over seven times oh nicks was the lowest graded player in the game he graded out at twenty nine percent twenty nine percent eleven of twenty seven six of his completions were behind the line of scrimmage so any downfield throw I'm talking anything past the line of scrimmage he was above twenty twenty five percent completion percentage I think if my geometry is correct I don't know if that's what that is but here's the was the problem people want to make Bo Knicks bigger than he is and I don't WanNa make him less than he is here's what he is a really really good story and a really really good freshman quarterback he's not Trevor Lawrence his what that elite freshman he's just a really good freshman quarterback he should not be playing auburn is the moral of the story I should have somebody else he should be at least starting for sure and guess what he's probably going to be really really good he's probably going to be a great player yeah and that's what I I think even more so than a good quarterback all is he's a talented kid right now when he's not even a good quarterback here's the problem the story line is there the narratives there is a legacy I get it but he threw a fifty fifty ball against Oregon the DB misplayed it the wide receiver made a great play and was immediately vaunted as this they have bow knicks and it's like time out here's my problem being real when the national media is absolutely over hyping something part of being real is then like track shing a kid it's like I'm not trashing NEX I don't I don't want to I won't I think he is doing an absolutely phenomenal job for a freshman that's that's not the number one pick in the draft he's a true freshman playing in the sec and he's doing good as you could expect them to do at this point and it goes on swamp morals the that's the game moral the story is Auburn is not nationally relevant this year they're they're front seven is as good as any yeah that's great you can't just be nationally relevant with just a fronts we can't do it one aspect of their game is good there's fifteen other guys that play right so he is playing admirable for a freshman that's all ended discussion let's stop talking about Auburn and let's let's move onto another conversation and we can circle back on the bow knicks in your ears yeah Oh yeah in a year or two we're GONNA be talking about next like Oh man look at the strategies may look how much better like what are we talking about Joe Borough Right now people are are saying is one of the heisman front runners maybe the best quarterback in college football Ed let me tell you where Joe Borough was three years ago right probably not good enough to play at Ohio state or Lsu like it's not a knock on the kid he just not ready the problem the promise Auburn is he has to be the guy yeah the benefit for Joe is he was at a school that had guys so he didn't you have to be the guy right away and then he went to Lsu and he was ready at that point to play he he was still still I mean his first year was good but he's he's still was two years removed from high school he was not yeah if Joe Borough would have been the starting quarterback at Lsu as a true freshman give it wouldn't have been I'm not saying he would done worse than bonus but it wouldn't have been good and it's not Joe Pearl might be a top five pick he might be the heisman trophy winner he play like it and I love him I love him I always thought he could become something like that but timeout Bo Knicks is not that yet auburn is not that team yet and Florida by the way is not that good Florida had minus four rush being yards in the first quarter three fumbles in the first five drives in the first quarter here their own line grades there's five Oh linemen You'd know football here is there percentage grades forty-three percent forty five percent forty six percent forty seven percent fifty eight percent that is up bad day for the offense line and here's the here's the other problem and not I don't want to see a problem Florida doesn't have the Gill on offense to go play a big time team other than Freddie Swain Freddie Swain was lights out he had ninety I one hundred yards for Florida think about that he had a game and people will say what about P. Rhine yeah he riley he had to hit one hundred thirty yards he had one run one big run one run he got hit in the whole on a poor tackle you could you could go back and forth or did he breaks the tackle I don't know regardless he he got hitting the whole not an open field tackle where he made a guy miss he got hit in whole God wrap up didn't tackle him when eight yards great run didn't didn't get touched didn't get Khan contested after the safety took a bad angle and he beat him right which I'm not going to discount that that that shows that you have the speed to make make that breakaway run let's talk about other than that run let's say that linebacker hit him in the Oh and tackled him and it's a four yard game which didn't happen but I'm not here to play hearsay but outside of that he had thirteen carries on forty two yards for three point who yards a carry so I'm not going to say he's not a good player but he didn't show it in that game Freddie's Wayne did yeah on on a big level yeah I mean that could be attributed to the line also that he had that three point two yards per carry well the bottom line is he already already said it the front seven of Auburn is legit I get it so they held him to three point whatever carry that's because they have a legit front seven outside of that is what we're talking about big run run broke a big one but Florida's defense shut it down shut area impressive they're fences is good I mean is it really no argument there and so everything you just heard was most of what you just heard is what everyone's going to talk about here's what I wanNA talk about the out of the player the game but but but he's a West the head coach told me everything you need to know this guy Bet Multiple Games together for much bigger payout so if you're going to bet this season do the smart thing and go to mybookie dot ag because no one gives you.

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"aub" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"aub" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Because it's editor leading or do you do what everybody else does create Should vote on the wall and see what sticks which what I see happening everywhere why are we adding signing on forty when my time it is Tuesday October eighth thank you for joining us menace to society the National College football show and more really excited about this episode there was a huge huge weekend in college football some big time games and I hope you check out the menace West show where we detailed Ohio states big win over Michigan State the Michigan Iowa debacle if you want to call it that but we really WanNa look today at the game of the week this past weekend Ha Auburn Florida I had to be so we're going to have some analysis into that shortly on the show but I wanNA start with a little current events couple the things that are in the news and caught my eye that I wanted to talk about an address and the first thing which is outrageous was IDC has really gained nationals. team was a letter that a I guess an alumnus of Penn State wrote to one of the players and it's clearly an old white gentleman has I mean Dave Peterson is his name I don't know who he is or or what his background is but he wrote a letter to one of the players and said basically detailed my wife and I are proud graduates Penn state we follow all Penn State Sports we love it all blah blah blah and then he this paragraph I'm GonNa read right now is unbelievable that this is even prevalent in society today he said through the though the athletes of today are certainly superior to those in my days we miss the clean cut young men and women from those days watching the game on TV we couldn't help but notice four well awful hair surely there must be mirrors in the locker room don't you have parents or girlfriend who told you that shoulder length dreadlocks look disgusting and are certainly not attractive I was in awe when I read this because for I mean a litany of reasons but I think the accountability in today's social media world and we need to find this guy he needs he needs to answer his actions because I saw it when I was a coach players will get these letters even coaches we get letters sometimes threatening sometimes racist like that and it's there's no place for it in society there's no place for sports and there's no place for people to sit side and let it occur because short dreadlocks can look phenomenally clean and very attractive and very handsome I've seen it several times and they just like any anyone of any race can look sloppy with any hairdo it's ridiculous and it needs to be said and talked about because just moving on is not the listen because it needs to be addressed and it's wrong and if you have those feelings you need to look in the mirror because you are wrong that that is prejudice that is that is racist and it's not right I just wanted to bring it up because it kind of got a handshake in my blood boiling and that's just there's no place for that in any in any venue or in any topic it's there's no place for it it's it's hatred and it's bigot bigotry it's almost as if he's implying that we need to get back to the Penn state of told that the penn state we all loved the Penn State that covered up for child molestation and what are we talking about here because the guy had dreadlocks it's like it's embarrassing you as an alumni shut up I mean that is the most outrageous take I've ever heard and then he went on to talk about they can't even watch the NFL anymore because of tattoos and endzone antics and it's like those are the fans that are that are on their way out and those are not the future of the game so no you don't WanNa spend which energy on it because it's clearly just a delusional old racist human being it's just let let's move forward it's kind of like people that listen to the show and we're like I could do without the languages Like I don't care if you're going to have to deal with it the reality of the world we live in so get over it or don't listen get over the dreads or don't watch football on go look in the mirror and sit on your Jn sit in a rocking chair and smoke your pipe enough enough enough get out get out but I wanted to address it the other thing current events look at the right now Florida State is in shambles and I don't know if anyone is paid attention probably not other than Florida state fans to the absolute dissension of the staff right now between Kendall brawls and Willie Taggart in interviews it's it's they're they're basically throwing each other under the bus silly Willy Nilly tag about play call he said I don't know I'm not office coordinator and then they they asked recently after this last game they ask Kendall brawls said what tell us about the two quarterback system and he said you're GonNa have to ask coach Taggart he just he puts whoever he wants in and and both are efficient to run run the offense applete hands up don't hold me accountable look at that guy and it's it's insane I mean there's obviously no chance for success in this program here's the problem that I looked at it and I wanted to talk about kind of coaching contracts and how they work the problem Florida state has right now is that Willie Taggart has an eighty five percent guaranteed contracts and they they gave him I mean he has four years remaining on a five million dollar a year deal that means to fire him they would have to write a check for seven eighteen million dollars and the reality is not going to do that they're going to bite the bullet and take this for another year or two probably until or they're going to try to find cause find a way to to find a reason to fire him and that's a dangerous dangerous situation to be in when they're looking for a reason to breach contract and find cause are you that is a dangerous place in better on dot and his I's crossing his t's he'd better be on his game because they will fire him at the Mir sent of 'cause breaking the contract and it's it's really crazy now the other contract that I was floored to find out about a couple of people told me about got it and I don't know if anyone paid attention to randy edsels contract but it's really an unheard of contract and he for example it is it is an incentive base contract almost entirely I mean he makes like one million dollars a year something extremely low for for a big time head coach uh-huh towards the bottom I would say of hide coaches salaries but his agent built all as an incentive based contract and it's funny because on October twenty seven breath it was last year you can't loss to umass twenty two to seventeen and earned edsel an eight thousand dollar bonus to these incentives so he got a bonus for losing to Umass just think about that and so I wanted to look at some of these bizarre incentives one is if if his teams Scores I at any given game so they can feel on the first drive and then lose sixty one two three that's a two thousand dollar bonus for ransom if they're leading at halftime another two thousand dollar bonus and then they have a litany of categories where if they are leading the if they beat the opponent in a number of a number of times is in the red zone if they go to the red zone more times than the opponent even if they never score and get beat by one hundred he gets another two thousand dollar bonus and the same goes for defense let's say points per tackles for loss if they have more tackles for loss or sex then the opponent that's another two thousand bonus and it just made me think if all of this all of his contract is incentive based where does that put his loyalties to winning a game because ultimately if you're trying to thousand is if you have more sex than the other team you're going to your corner blitz blitz every play blitz I mean even if it's not the best thing to do blitz you're gonNA blitz because you need to get those sacks you want those tackles for loss you want to make that four grand on that game and the outcome becomes secondary to financial gain bazaar and then there's all kinds of ten thousand dollars if if they rank in the top six and a four punt coverage or kick return yardage punt return yardage and this is just it's bizarre because it creates this this concern that he might he might make some decisions with financial gain in mind that aren't the best for his team and it's just crazy I never heard of anything like that no one really has it's one of a kind the contract he has and the coordinators actually both have the same contract relations so it's it's scary and things like that happen those incentive based contracts and czar things happen because it can become more of a trend it's like randy edsall did it so I want that it's just something to keep an eye on but coaches contracts fascinating if you ever look at them how they're structured how their work the buyouts all of that because I think back to Kevin Wilson Kevin a fire in Indiana basically for free because the contract was so so jacked up that they fired him without cause and he basically didn't get any money out of it and he's just out it was like sorry your contract sucked and that's the end of it but anyways enough about Kinda random topics let's let's talk about the game of the Week Auburn at Florida who top tanner's the one thing I will say from the people that I know that were there and just from Washington on TV. The swamp was swamped. it looked good it was rocking you love to see it I mean you do though I mean ultimately that was Florida was when I was there yeah and the sad thing is and it's GonNa come back now because Dan Mullen is killing it and it's going to come back because when urban was there that was just played we played sittard l. one time and it was rocking through the third quarter it's just what the swamp is no not anymore we'll must champ snuff out but man the swamp was rocking and I will that that's my first point my second point is stop it everyone in the country stop it right now stop it to two reasons one auburn is not a nationally relevant team and I've said it all year I said it after they beat Oregon I'll say it continuously when they end up with four losses stop it stop trying to inflate this team to make Alabama Lsu look better stop it now I don't think they will I don't know they're not going to stop well they show it doesn't matter but people that you're listening eighty seventy five percent or thank you Jesus not to I'm sorry Jesus Christ as my savior Florida had seven turnovers said four fumbles three intersect options and they won nineteen to twelve so auburn is out stop trying to keep them relevant for quality wins for other SEC teams they are out are you going to if you turn the ball over seven times and lose a game you are awed an average team and I'm giving you a gift at calling you lose three two or three they'll lose to Fisher but more story here is Auburn is not even I mean they should be ah they should be ranked like twenty three.

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"aub" Discussed on ProductivityCast

ProductivityCast

17:55 min | 2 years ago

"aub" Discussed on ProductivityCast

"So when when you set an agree with you, but when you said well people look at you know there is people that don't even have seen the concept of a task management then when they go, and how I'm going to wear them going to put this. They don't have the calendar day. Dodd basic preparation okay doesn't even exist day. Jump from data email. It is the same thing when you think on email zero there. Most people have never seen email zero because when they go and open a new account on Google an open open finally get to the books. They already have three emails and they have not share their email. Address was any human being. That's part of the problem. The basics as we got them. We got lucky. Maybe okay to be able to experience. Those basics of this are the basics and let's let's built from here. The people who came much later into this productivity world? Found something different found devices that didn't even have I mean if you look at the iphone. Dot. For, for whatever recent from two thousand nine going AUB was consider our productivity is okay, didn't have a out of the box place to put task onto mulch later into the world can I'm talking about twelve thirteen? Okay, so? Reminders. He's not exactly incredible, so so yes, you could install. Remember the mailed. You could install only focus, but then now that put you into the Geek world and I believe that's one of the problems right now. In general productivity is for most people. Would you have nothing on the world of productivity or do have now this world of what we do where we can talk about productivity applications and all that, but it is a real challenge from persons for people to go from I know nothing about productivity, and how I can get to understand what remembered a male only focus or even? The bullet journal is I. Think one of the successes of the bullet journalists concept is that is the first planet who talks about the most basic things for peop-..

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"aub" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"aub" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"He's a brute. The beef. However. Starts off cold starts off stoic. But here's the thing. He doesn't learn see some people would look at this. They look at the beast, and they say, oh, look he's transformed because he was able to get in touch with his feminine side. None of the beast transformed because he was able to get in touch with his masculine side. Bell leaves the castle at one point gets attacked by wolves. What is the beasts do? Risks his life to save hers gets injured in the process protects her a says, that's not as feminist side. That's his masculine side. When Gaston comes to kill the beast at the end of the movie spoiler alert. The beast doesn't care at first because he's given up on life. But then del comes back. Now, he's got a reason to live now he fights. And he's got a reason to fight guest on began protecting. Also when he gets the chance he doesn't kill Gaston. Betrays him. Guests on trips slips and falls off the castle himself the beast never kills him. So the bees shows mercy, which is another masculine trait. Maybe one of the most masculine traits. And how about the beasts serving bell? He served her by letting her go. Which he knew would put him in a lifetime of captivity. But he let her go to see her father. So he put the person he loves desires above his own that is a masculine characteristic. And the beast adores our guest on doesn't. The beasts does. Then want to be respected. Women wanna be adored men. Want to be respected women want to be cherished and the beast adored her as a masculine trait. People will do that movie. Like, oh, look you so much. He's learned to dance he's a really getting in touch with his feminine side. He's learn table manners getting in touch with his feminine side. No, it's getting in touch with his masculine side. So what do we do? Do. We a side you pretend that all men are like guest Aub or do. We raise our boys to be like the beast. And we can't do obviously the beasts is the answer. But we can't do that. If we say aggression is harmful. Your.

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"aub" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"aub" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"It's just that. It's. The automatic processes that are happening behind the scenes we were talking about these paranormal television shows that are out there. Some of them pretty good others. They seem to kind of force themselves. You know, when they go ghost hunting, for example, for them to have an exciting show. The gotta find a ghost. And I think sometimes they push it to the edge a little too far. Don't you? Well, they constantly do that. You know, the fact is while these are unscripted shows, they're billed as reality shows are unscripted, right? That does not mean that a director or producer is not telling them what what to say. And what to do? I mean, some of the sheets that I've been on even for small segments. Even for news pieces. They've asked me to shorten what I'm saying Lincoln you walk through the door. Again. Can you do that again? So they're not representing what actually might happen. Number one. They're certainly not river representing the phenomena properly, and certainly the methods that ghost hunters us on TV make no sense from a scientific perspective, especially that piece about sitting around in the dark. It doesn't reflect people's experiences. It doesn't relate to people's experiences. People don't see. The dark with rare exception. So it makes no sense whatsoever. Now where does ESP fall into this? Because you've studied that quite quite a bit. Well, you can't have a ghost experience without ESP. ESPN there. There's the whole process of getting information about what that goes looks like and sounds like an smells like is all coming through five through extrasensory perception, it's information flows through it's a psychic connection. So without ESP. You have no ghosts experiences whatsoever. Goes cannot see the world or can't experience a world without yes. Because they don't have physical senses. So it's all important. And then of course, if the ghosts lose something that's cycle can with mind over matter. So those are the things that we study of beliving ESPN cycle can Isa's are extremely important with both ghost cases, the apparition cases. And even with haunting cases in which living people are psychic enough to pick up on what's been happening in the environment. Do you think it's conceivable that? When the in the foreseeable future. We're going to have some breakthroughs in the study of the afterlife. I'd like to think so we're seeing a few brave researchers especially in areas looking at consciousness who are considering not only our our at our evidence in research methods, and what we're what we are models and theories might be, but are actually adding to them, and including them in some of their work that they're doing. So I think there is some collaboration on a small level with other scientists Ed may who was the program director of the Stargate program. Right. Published to volume set called extrasensory perception. Clients best skepticism. Science support skepticism and science gives me that was the subtitle. And he actually went out and got people from other fields would never take a look at the evidence somehow because he's good at doing this convinced them to look at the evidence and lo and behold, they got they found that there was something to it. It's a really intriguing ideas that they were able to relate to their own fields of study. And it came from all fields of science Lord word is remote viewing fit into. This remote viewing is a very specific form of ES or application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And once they looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow. Of psychically from that location. There's zeroing in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George, and Mr. Aub, thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is mister arbox to comment on it. But I'll tell you the story, and then gives you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival..

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