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Executive Director Josh Abbotoy Tells Us About American Reformer
"Folks. I'm talking to Josh ABBA toy. He is the executive director I neglected to mention earlier of American reformer American reformer dot org. Tell us Josh, what is American reformer? Thanks, Eric. American reformer is a journal for Protestant civic and cultural engagement. We launched this Nate Fisher and Aaron wren are the two individuals that launched this over the summer. I joined about two months ago. I was so compelled by the vision. The idea is that Protestant Christians need their own platform for strong emerging voices who take a rigorous approach to the important cultural issues of the day. So you probably are aware of some great magazines that already do this with a broader platform like first things publications like that. We love those publications, but we also sat down and said, okay, we also need to be intentionally cultivating the next generation of thought leaders from the Protestant circles, right? We love our Catholic brethren. But in some ways, the discussion is sometimes more advanced among Catholics. And we want to be encouraging protestants to be engaging on these issues at a very thoughtful level. So that's what we're doing. But it's all with an action orientation. So we want to be writing for people who are in positions to make changes. So pastors, seminary students, seminary professors, lay leaders and people of influence in their local churches. That's really our core
"abbas " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
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"abbas " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"It's not dancing Queen anymore. It's dancing and apostrophe queen. There's nothing anyone can stop. I mean like Mamma Mia! or the Mamma Mia! movies and the musical, that is rose wave the movie, right? That is the anti Super Bowl. It's nothing. When I saw that in the theater, it was queers. It was women. It was so empowering. It's just a lot of very silly fun. So that is their enduring legacy. Is just this smile you get on your face whenever you hear any song even really sad slow ones. Exactly. I would say a big part of it for me personally and the other people my age that I know love ABBA as much as I do is Mamma Mia!. It was such a moment when the second movie came out, Mamma Mia! here we go again. It was the sequel. We were all waiting for with bated breath. I thought there was no way that they could make a better movie than the first one. I was wrong. Oh my God. It's the same amount of camp, I would say as the first one with just a much larger budget and as much as it did fill my heart with so much warmth, all of the moments that the songs wanted you to like really feel something deeply emotional, that I did. Something about the music is that it's all so deeply emotional and so invoking of joy or laughter or just complete utter sadness or so the final scene of Mamma Mia! here we go again is a baptism of both Sophie and Donna and their respective children, getting baptized and they're in the same church. They're singing, I'll be waiting for you. And I saw that movie with my mom in theaters the day that it came out. And we sobbed for 20 minutes after the movie. And there's no way that scene would have been as nearly emotional without that specific ABBA song and I would put their whole lives into that. Let me tell you, I just, I lived for it. Those movies just do the music so much justice. And I appreciate that so much. I would also say another really big part of it is that ABBA is kind of currently aware of their audience and they're really meeting people where they're at. When people on TikTok started making remixes of Abe's songs or started singing ABBA songs like ABBA is so responsive on that platform specifically, and they kind of knew even before they joined the platform that they had an audience on there, and they really were able to capitalize on that. I think they have a few million TikTok followers now. And I'm willing to bet it's mostly people my age or younger. Yeah, it's probably not people my age. Yeah, I mean, when you talk about ABBA's musical legacy, this is gonna rankle any of the raucous that Glenn was talking about earlier. The Robert Chris callas of the world. But in a way, ABBA, I feel like is on a continuum that goes back to The Beach Boys. And The Beach Boys were making pop music, but they were making Technicolor pop music. They were making pop music using every part of the mixing board, you know? Just like a million little precise components that are adding up to something that somehow sounds effortless, even though it is literally the farthest possible thing from effortless. That, to me, is the legacy. They are a really a part of the pop music continuum as like something that is the result of incredible hard work and craft. And I think they're very, very important in that way. Now, the peg for us to have this conversation was that ABBA has put out a new album. Voyage is Abby's first album in 40 years as I have already mentioned. What do you guys think of the new album? To be honest, I thought it was fine. I thought a lot of the sounds were really evocative of the music that they released 40 years ago. But to be honest, there weren't as many bangers as I was hoping. That's what I was really counting on. So when they released, don't shut me down. That was immediately like my favorite of the two singles that they released of that and I still have faith in you. It sounds classically ABBA. I just wish there was a little bit more on fit in there, you know? Sure. Yeah, I agree. It is kind of ballad heavy and most of these songs start pretty slow. So we had some folks over at me, were like, let's do it. New ABBA. And song would start and we were all looking at each other like we were going to start popping. And you know, the first song on the album I still have faith in you is has some pretty strong carpenters vibes, which makes sense, I guess, but there is an ode to shared custody on this album called keep an eye on Dan. There is a ballad about the disappearance of the bumblebees called bumblebee, so you know, their concerns have changed. I think it's safe to say. But.
"abbas " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"If I typify anything, if I think of anything when I think about it, I think of so much tension in the verse that when the chorus comes it's this joyous kind of release, it's how earworms are made. And because of that, this band has put up with a lot of raucous snobbery over the years. We'll talk about that. And all they were doing, Steven, was they were doing humanity a service, because we all know it, someday, the body snatchers are going to come, and they're going to turn us on the pod people, and the only way we'll be able to tell who is still human is by going up to somebody getting right in their face and going, knowing me knowing you if they do not reflexively respond, take them out. Do the enemy. That's how you end with weed killer because they are the only. The notion that you would consider this band, this music, these chords, bubble gum when there is so much melancholy. It's just fascinating to me. I love this band. Wonderful. All right, Sophie, I'm gonna guess that your relationship with ABBA started in a slightly different way hit me. I don't know if it was that different actually. My first introduction to ABBA was, I think I was 12. I was in the 6th grade and I was preparing a New Year's Eve costume with my older cousin and she put on Mamma Mia!. I loved it so much. I was really into the music, but the movie had so many weird parallels with my life. For example, the main character's name is Sophie. She has a dad named Harry and my dad's name is Harry. It takes place on an island in Greece and my dad is also a Greek immigrant, so it just seemed weird to have all of these parallels and also this music that I instantly loved. My parents did play ABBA in the car, but they had a CD booklet that they kept all their CDs in and one of which was a gold. And at the time, I was also really into dance. And I heard lay all your love on me and loved it so much. And decided that this was the song I wanted to do my solo two at 13 and my parents were like, what is wrong with you? Because I just didn't understand what this song was about. I did have to end up changing songs, but that being said, I've always really loved that. But yeah, ever since then, like, ABBA has been a huge band for me. I've always revisited them time and time again, even when I was a little emo kid in high school. I still would sing so loudly in the car to thank you for the music. And it always just was so impactful for me. And Glenn said, it's all about the drama. I loved the dramatics of it, which was I think why it was so attracted to it. Yeah, I mean, I think my experience with ABBA early on was one of skepticism. You know, I was born in 1972. I was raised by folkies. I was raised by people who loved Peter Paul and Mary and Bob Dylan and the weavers. And so like ABBA was not part of the cultural firmament of my life at all. And in fact, I think early on, I probably equated ABBA with the sounds of this group called up with people. This like super cheesy, you just bring out the clean cut young go getters and they would sing the most sanitized pop songs imaginable. And I think for me, like ABBA was just the sound of a bunch of clean cut go getters, singing sanitized pop music. And it wasn't until I became hopefully sophisticated enough as a listener to start to tease out the craft, then the difference between what ABBA was doing and what up with people was doing was and Glenn touched on it, the impeccability, the way the songs are just so fussed over and yet loose at the same time to take a Glen ism. You could bounce a corridor off of any given ABBA song. It's so incredibly airtight. But it took probably the release of Abbott gold in 1992. And during all those ABBA songs, all those bangers next to each other, to really appreciate not only how catchy they are, but just how perfectly paste they are. So I kind of came to my ABBA appreciation late in adulthood and then started to kind of back into it again through Mamma Mia! and Mamma Mia! two here we go again to kind of appreciate just how perfect there are best songs are. Yeah, I mean, I forgive you, Steven, because this music is really, really deceptive. If somebody tells me this stuff has gotten candy, I'm like, you have not listened to these lyrics, which are often quite sad. How many of these songs are about breakups or something worse? And also you haven't listened to these chords. These harmonies, so many of these songs are in a minor key, even a song like dancing Queen, which has a rep, as this euphoric celebration is sung from the perspective of someone in their 20s looking back at how great it was to be 16. That is so sad. So this music isn't bubblegum pink. It's kind of sadder than that. It's ochre, it's raw umber. You know, it's orange. Well, you mentioned dancing Queen. I think this is a perfect opportunity for us to play some clips and talk about our favorite ABBA songs. Sophie, I'm gonna start with you, hit me with your favorite ABBA song. So one of my favorite ABBA songs that I actually discovered through Mamma Mia!. Here we go again, was angel eyes. I watched that scene of Sophie and Tanya and Rosie all dancing together, complaining about the great loves of their life.
"abbas " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Joining Glenn me today is Sophie Hernandez Simon Nevis, she's a production assistant for NPR music. Welcome, Sophie. I also excited to be here. It is great to have you. So on November 5th, the world got its first new ABBA studio album since the visitors in 1981. And that 40 year hiatus between albums had long seemed like it was going to be permanent. The group had famously turned down massively lucrative offers for a reunion, and its members long since moved on to other projects and solo careers, but in 2016, ABBA's members agnita felt Bjorn ovas, Benny Anderson and unafraid Frida lingad got together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their creative origins, which led to the band making their long awaited 9th and final album. Of course, the old abbe songs have never gone away, the greatest hits collection Abigail has sold 30 million copies since it came out in 1992. The jukebox musical Mamma Mia! was a hit on Broadway that spawned two feature films, and the group was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame back in 2010. We're going to get to the new album in a little bit, but first, let's talk ABBA Glenn, you are an enthusiast. How did you come to know and appreciate the band and its music? I mean, my personal experience is that they were kind of the background noise to my childhood. They were every long car trip. Not because my parents owned any of their albums, they didn't, but they listened to the easy listening station. Philadelphia's WW SH stereo one O 6 all day all night all nice. Literally the call letters are a calming sound. Absolutely. And they were on such heavy rotation that I considered them like everything my parents liked to kind of square and kitschy and nice. And then one day I was 8 or 9, I was taking a nap. I was hovering in between waking and sleep and.
Chris Rodriguez Jr. Named SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week
"If you saw the game on saturday night between missouri and kentucky. You saw a lot of chris broderick against junior monster game. The co offensive player of the week in the sec and he joins us now from lexington. First of all chris congratulations. I know you're team. You wanna move ahead but man what a what a performance it was fun it a good one. Let's let's go back in and that was a huge game. Everyone knew how important it was for the cats to beat missouri Take us through the week of preparation. We head coach on thursday night. And it i'd say you guys were ready to play that that would be the understatement of the year sir so throughout the we just knew that we had abba chip on our shoulders because last year you know we felt we were prepared but our energy just wasn't there so we felt like we all wanna coaches told us like. Are you going to let them out play you. Are you going to let them out. Execute you and we knew we couldn't let that happen again so we went in with the mindset that we had to go in this game of wanna ask you about that because fans like like the folks that i talked to her every day we get. We get hung up on what happened last year and and and wonder often whether it carries over but coach stage said the exact same thing i mean. How do you eighty psychological here transfer. How do you transfer that bad feeling into you does it. Does it affect the way you practice. Prepare because you're you're supposed to be dealing with the techniques of it. I mean motion is part of football. But i'm really curious how that affects you as a player so one We had a video from last year where they showed beauvoir sidelines. I think kelvin. Joseph have made a good tap on the sideline and then they were getting Hype and they showed are sidelined. Dolphins was obvious on the bench or whatever and we were just sitting. There are cheering or nothing. You know he showed us that video in it. Obviously practice a lot harder throughout the week.
Why Mike Lindell Broke Ties With Fox News
"My friend I just wanna hear more about what you've been doing. Tell me if you would. What in the world happened between you and fox news is the strained. When i heard this i said i the world must be ending. What is happening. Well it's in a what if Fox's shame on fox. It's shame on fox they are. They are disgusting. What they've done to our country. And what i mean by that is no news. It's not just machines. They don't they. Cra goes all the way to last summer when they win. Talk about therapeutics. That worked Anything that worked. That could have stayed lives little over a year ago. They wouldn't talk about anything one. Give us the news. They wouldn't give you know be journalists. I set up before eric. They couldn't even. They couldn't be a weather channel now. Because i'd be afraid. They win reported oncoming storm. That's how fox is they're disgusting and what they did to me is before the symposium one of their biggest abba tribes stuck by him whenever one of the host at night. Tucker whoever or lower sean say something and they go boycott mike lindell and the buffs and trolls. They say. don't boycott him. He'll w we see enough of that guy. I've always stuck with them. I've stuck with cnn and msnbc ever ties on every channel. I've kept my pillow separate. But here's what foxton. Before the symposium iran directing people to frank speech for my cyber symposium now they censored it and did not run the ad. They said they would not run the at every other one in the country. Abc cbs cnn embassy. They all proved it. Every one of them approved it including newsmax annoy. And of course. But here's what happened during the first day of the symposium joe minion sues only in and newsmax for running that ad. They didn't sue. Abc cbs cnn. Or any of them. Then that convenient sir now get this. So what i do. Then i was so upset. I said i'm a man of moral principles. And i said you know what if you can't. You're going to be part of this cancel culture fox and part of losing our country. I'm taking my ads on my pillow off. You and i
The Latest: Tiafoe Beats No. 5-Seed Rublev in Late Open
"Women's defending champion Naomi Osaka has been upset in the U. S. open third round by the Canadian Layla Fernandez the eighteen year old winning five seven seven six six four after an increasingly frustrated Osaka blew a chance to say that the match in straight sets Osaka says she might now take an indefinite break from tennis American hud Frances tiafoe guardian on the upset action as well knocking out the fifth seeded Russian Andrei Rublev six one in the fifth set third St Stefano sits Abbas also fell on a day of absence losing a roller coaster FISA to the Spanish teenager colors all colors on Graham I goes
ABBA Reunites After Nearly 40 Years to Announce New Album, Digital Concert
"Swedish pop band album has recorded their first new album in for decades as jeff london reports from new york allah will also perform digitally in a newly built london. Concert venue next may ever. Since aga captured the eurovision song contest with waterloo and nineteen. Seventy four there tuneful pop songs and fill the airwaves but at the height of their success in nineteen eighty two. The band broke up this november. The quartet will be releasing a new studio album voyage then in may twenty twenty two giving virtual concerts in london's three thousand seat ab- arena. A ten piece band will play live. While the four members of the group who spent months creating motion capture performances with george lucas's industrial light and magic will be projected the stage for npr news. I'm jeff london in new
ABBA Back After 40 Years With New Album, Virtual Stage Show
"The music group abba is putting out its first new music in four decades and launching a concert performance featuring their avatars I'm marquees are loaded with the latest one of us was the big single off apple's last album the visitors and they finally recorded a follow up the band will release an album called voyage on November fifth they say in a statement that they took a break in the spring of nineteen eighty two and now they've decided it's time to end it apple also been working with George Lucas's industrial light and magic company to create digital versions of themselves those avatars will perform a series of concerts in London starting may twenty seventh
Amazon Wants To Pay You $10 for Your Palm Print
"Wants your palm print james colley. You have a palm high five and tell us about this story. Well amazon wants to pay you ten dollars for your pompa and if that doesn't send a chill down your spine general then the very laced you need to value yourself more because without knowing a single thing about what amazon wants to do with you'll palmprints at least let love ourselves enough to push for twenty dollars. It's ever saw the richest man. Just love yourself that extra step for me just to be clear. It is not ten dollars. It is ten dollars in amazon store credit. Because i was out of. That's kind of a good deal like you know mine. Once offered me twenty pounds to have afoot selfie. And i did consider it. I'm like i don't know what he's going to do with that after going to presume. It's for like stamp collecting like that. You know what maybe amazon com fetishes jesse's us has been to space and now he's like. I need more ten dollars amazon store credit. Let us be very very clear. He's not enough to buy back your information. Look if anyone was like hey contact you. Why nature fingerprints. Just trust me like it's true suspicious. I trust them less if they offered me money. If they were just like out of kindness of your heart abbas yeah if someone like hey can have your fingerprints for thing. I'd be like she'll find anything. I'll give you ten dollars. I'd be like absolutely
The Importance of Nurturing Your Customer Base
"I don't care how beautiful your product is on cast. Sexy messaging is. If you don't have a way to aid one district for people to see it all your effort. It didn't exist the other things not enough people to see they wanna take an action. But once i take the action we have to be able to have a way to nurture them a less. You expect everyone every time to see that product or see a service offering take my money. Take my money. Give me my money that that's not realistic. Think about you as a user. When someone's in clubhouse and i say do you me this to get my course or do this to go to my website to buy this do you do it. That'd be real. do you do it. And the same thing you screw on instagram. You see bombarded with ads conto actions conversations if you are lucky to get someone's attention and then they take an action in. Let's say something in the car they give your email and their information but they don't respond to your next three email. Whatever you have to have a process to nurture them and nurturing isn't just let me sit on my email funnel five emails of why my product is the best thing since last spread. Who am i want. The greatest person sends blah blah blah blah blah and compared to gary v unabridged. Grant cardone whatever your ideology of a person you know comparison in your industry in your field who you look up to you. Get my point. It doesn't matter. You gotta have a process to nurture and i mean nurture not not even to get people to buy once you get the process to nurture after they buy because things get obsolete things change needs and demands grow and so they may need a re up and buy it again by the product or service again you're going to have more offerings. Abbas service provider. You're going to have more products as a product producer so all that needs to be relevant and so the thing about as you think about the end in mind and into mine and says i'm always nurturing from the moment i'm talking to people who've never heard my name. I'm already trying to convince your nurture you of my wi- to establish trust to create. Hey this person. This human whether i buy his product or service or whatever could be the key to unlock something that i need and if they follow me boom i need to nurture them
Eat These Plant Based Foods for Strong Hair, Skin and Nails
"Know right now like supplemented with college and is very popular and You know i think gelatin is for like you're now a growth in in all that. So how how. What are some things we can do like. That keeps that plant based friendly. Are there plant based options for that. I know for myself. Infants thinking about a lot lately just seems like just in the last few months every time i wash my hair. I'm like coming like more. More hair is coming off a hands. And i'm like what is what is going on. I i really care so you can really tell but you know i'm like that's not gonna last long if i keep finding here in my drink. Yeah as you mentioned Collagen is a big one and the reason collagen is so big is because e helps out of body absorb and produce more caring and caring is the main component of hair. So if we have a high supply of carotene obviously the result at the end is gonna be Stronger shinier Thicker hair which is are one so yes if you wanna know exactly what to eat for example for care team so you we can have a higher supplies candidate in. Its lagoons qinghua. Mushrooms dark leafy green stem pay arguments. She eats like great kidding in producing foods so we should really It does definitely on a daily basis and if possible over the intake in another amazing component of hair is by a team or or vitamin b. Seven affirmative action my yet. I think i mentioned to you my husband. He really likes. Yeah i'm biting is great for hair skin and nails and you know people take some vitamin b. or by attain supplement. But you can also give from eating bananas cauliflower. Legalzoom's abba cows you know. These foods are very rich in via teen and again it's like we are where we eat. So if we if this is what we are consuming this what we're giving her body advisor will return with strong hair. Beautiful
How Your Own Experiences Can Inspire Others
"If you want to inspire of us looked yourself and ask your getting out the whole process of content creation from my side. I think if every new initiative experimental can learn from sharing why discovers. I'd give a loan when you immersing yourself in something it helps to have a platform from which you can aerate and explain your own trial era. Success and understanding. The reason i do this is to give myself a clear. Review of the present for instance when we started our zoom shows with you the media online in march twenty twenty i believe we could create productions not just weapon us and as the pandemic tightened its grip those who are already creating content found. They just keep going well. When we launched you the media in bristol. we filled pob. And how did that happen because initially when the event was first announced we had to six people book on and we found ourselves having to cancel the event another reason is that as we delivered the first hybrid event in july. I shed how i thought. This format could work for businesses. Would you block or share audio or video. It's not just about attracting clicks shares and engagement and achieving an uptick in awareness and reach. It's also a way of sharing your own learning to check back in with yourself and help abbas benefit from that. It's not about sharing successes around product dates or self congratulatory messages of client or award. Wins thinking through taking a scrapbook approach of frigging figuring things out in plain sight having a place document but also knowing that you're not always going to get it right is important. It doesn't always have to be about who is reading watching listening. But your own goal of creating and charting break. Foods and realizations
Rep. Rashida Tlaib Calls for Defunding of ICE, CBP, and DHS
"Rashida tell he calls to defund Homeland security. And all border and immigration agencies as migrants continue streaming costs the board so she wants to get rid of the cops. She wants to get rid of homeland security. She wants to get rid of the border Patrol. She wants to get rid of ice. She's an enemy. I don't care if she's a citizen. She's an enemy. She doesn't represent. The best interests of the United States. It's not a matter of some disagreements and so forth. She hates the country. She wants it to fail. She wants it to collapse. So this is from the Daily Mail. Rashida Talib called for the de funding of the Department of Homeland Security, and she slammed immigration enforcement for their handling of the border crisis. Let's take a Listen go. The simple answer. Answer to that question is, we must eliminate funding for CPP Ice and their parent organization, DHS. Time after time, we have seen it. As advocates on the ground as human services agency on the ground to continue to see over and over again that these agencies are inept. To humanely guiding migrants through our immigration system and further continue. Instead, they further continue to terrorize migrant communities located within our communities. They constantly refer to us as terrorists. While they defend terrorists, Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood. Islamic Jihad. They defend terrorist regimes. Syria, Iran. Abbas. And the like. And they hate this country.
Narváez, García, Peterson Lead Brewers to 11th Straight Win
"It's an eleven game winning streak for the brewers after Omar and our vice collected five hits and Abbas ideal Garcia had five RBIs in eleven to assault on the pirates Jace Peterson chipped in for rabies and provided three of the brewers sixteen hits Peterson is sixteen for thirty three with eleven RBIs in his last thirteen games Eric Lauer didn't need that much run support to improve to three and three allowing one run and four hits over six in the third the brewers continue to enjoy the largest division lead staying eight games ahead of second place Cincinnati in the NL central I'm Dave Ferrie
"abbas " Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Abbas, Emma through my own friends. It's made by the Annabelle Keen's the company in Hayward, California and is known for its black and yellow taxicab rapper. Bring up your four on the Trail of roles. Abbott Verbal, come down to Capital Financial this month and meet with Coach Pete and the team to get your financial needs on the right path. And before you leave, Get your hands on an ABBA Zaba, the candy Bar of the month here at Capital Financial Welcome back to the Financial Safari. I'm Chuck Keeton, along with consumer advocate Dave Perkins and the man who was as he mentioned earlier. He's got 30 years without a complaint from anybody. He is the coach Pete and coach. You've got so many accolades. Movie production Emmys. Uh, best selling author Let me tell you some most proudest about the best selling author. And I really believe that because I have read some of those books and I tell you I have learned a lot in the three years that I know that we have reconnected our goals for our clients to retire once and retire for life and not have to worry about going back to work. And Dave. That's vitally important these days. It really is and and how that plan you said, get the strategy first strategy first, as always, instead of product and you can tell right away. If you're dealing with someone who's trying to sell you something I can. I mean, that's had took a bunch of psychology quest is that Carolina as well as quest I took another twice is but psychology of selling and you can tell when they try to back here in the corner when you're in a place car lots. A good example of that, Chuck? Yes, right. Especially the used one. Like my Yeah, I don't like this guy like buying a car every now and then. And then I wrote about that in my book, the fine print fiasco. What they don't want you to know when you buy, borrow and invest, and I've had over the years That book's been out awhile I've revised at once, but I've had I've had quite It's called me after they got the book and went to a car lot. They took the book with him. And one person said they deal with the guy. The sales guy saw the book and he got scared. What is that? Is that look, you know, turn right to the chapter on buying a car and you get really scared. They had a very good experience because the guy didn't pull any dirty tricks. No. You know, the biggest thing guys is, you know, if you've got a bundle of cash in your wallet, you can do a little bit better than having to go through financing and all the other things they want to sell you. You know those little tricks of the well, here's one of the things that people Confused, I think or they become confused when they go to Carl Water before they go the car like they think they're going to get a better deal. Because of this, you go in and say I'm going to pay cash. Well, the car lot doesn't like that. Carla wants you to finance. So you walk in saying I'm gonna pay cash. Give me better service. They're going to give you were service because I'm not going to make as much money on, you know, they still make it go to the F and I department. It's called the Finance and Insurance Department. Even if you're going to pay cash, Chuck, because I know because I but my daughter car last year with cash, I guess where I had to spend 20 minutes of my life, right? You had to answer all the questions as to why you don't want to. I just sat there and I did the little post. Recommend. I've crossed my arms and I just historically looked at them and say not interested. It's like the time share it is so yeah, you just said, but you don't have a free steak. There we go. I'm just gonna say the safe. I swear that well, you talked about those four little logo things. There we go. A little delay, Chuck, but you deserve that. I like the Rolling Stones. I like what you said about satisfaction. But I'm not sure about the other three things. You're right. So let's talk about the four emotions of investing. This is very, very important because we overlooked this a lot of times because it's so simple that we just overlook it. Number one is fear. And then what does that mean? Well, we're framing. This is a couple of fears here. The fear that my daughter told me about years ago, when I saw this abbreviation that didn't recognize it's good. It's sometimes good to have a young Kid in your house, right? Because you can learn these abbreviations. You don't understand. Like l o l I don't know what that meant for a while laughing at well, But I saw this foam O f o M o and I said Kerry, what is foam? Oh, tell daddy what foam? Oh, is she said Daddy? You know it was silly workout, do you? Why do you not know that daddy? Fear of missing out Fomo and a lot of people will jump into a stock. Or Bitcoin or something out there. Cold silver. They don't want to be because they heard it's getting ready to go up. And guess what, Chuck. They don't want to be miss out to miss out. Yeah, absolutely. And so they jump in when maybe everyone else is jumping out. And so the fear factor also comes in. Let's say you're you've done a lot of research on a stock. It's been a very good stock or mutual fund or whatever you are anything you've invested in your life. You've done a lot of research and all your research came true. It was it was what you thought it would be. There's no gimmicks, and it was just Just a bad time for the stock. The stock was cycling down for some reason. Well, people are afraid of losing all their gains if they had a lot of games, so they sell out And then the minute you sell out, guess what happens sometimes goes up or or vice versa. The minute you by guess what happens in the carpet comes out. It goes down about this fear, though, Coach the fear in and we're talking about pre retirees and the fear of not having enough money. And so we take it for granted. What we do the number one fear that we're number one thing we do when someone comes in as we make sure you have a lifetime income. You can never live to go along with Social security. Dave, you're familiar with so security very familiar. And so you're not there yet? No, I'm not there. I know you interview a lot of guys throughout the nation who talk about Social security, although we can't live on that alone, No, but but it's It's just some extra change. We call it the frosting on the cake, but the cake better be good to Yeah, contributed to the frosting. I used to do that with the G's cupcakes. So would you remember those big things they've got? Gigantic butter frosting on top of the cupcake. I couldn't tell you what the cupcake tasted like, By the time I got done with, like, half the frosting. I was in a sugar coma, and I wasn't going back. Exactly. Ever done that. Yeah. And my mother let me look the bowl every time. Yeah, well, that was before they said eggs were bad. That's right. That's what happened to you. Uh, Where's that? Trump said No. You got the excuse. There.
Novak Djokovic comes from behind to win French Open
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The Science Behind That Fresh Rain Scent
"Von. First time shortwave reporter. We're talking geos spin which we associate with the smell of fresh rain fresh oil and you said it comes from a bacteria yet it primarily comes from a big group of bacteria called tina may cds and the men in soil mostly comes from a single genus called streptomycetes streptomycetes. I love that keep going. Streptomycetes have evolved an uncommon survival strategy for bacteria. I mean you're a microbiologist. Indeed what bacteria do when conditions are good. When they're happy well it went. Bacteria are happy. They make more bacteria that's their whole vibe. So one cell splits into two. It's called binary fission right and if you're a type of bacterium that can swim sort of wiggle around before you divide you'll maybe try to situate yourself somewhere with a lot of good food for your offspring but for most of its lifetime. Streptomycetes isn't mobile. So if it's in a location with not a lot of food or if it starving it has to do something else to be sure. Its offspring have a good shot at survival. This bacterium is actually very weird. That's mahmoud abbas. He's a researcher. At university of california san diego and he worked on the same study as close as the starves to make sure that is offering will survive it start to produce doorman cells and these doorman sales can withstand dryness Lack of food and then once the environment is favorable so they have food they have water. They can grow again dormant cells. Okay that that means. We're talking bacterial spores. Which is very exciting. Basically win some. Bacteria are stressed they can produce these tough little cells called spores and those can withstand things that normal bacterial cells probably couldn't survive
Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 04
"Is thereby do like the fact that kyle amaury stole from the ball but now we are going to hop into a guy that went fifteen picks earlier in nfl draft. A guy that. I absolutely love allied larger more. He felt a second pick of the second round. And i am adjust fan. So i hope i'm not too biased here by do absolutely love elijah more because you look at the offense there. The new york has in place and the did geico davis and they do have them. Zal dumbbell mims there too and jamison crowder and you may think while there's a lot of receivers here but fact of the matter is the jets spent high draft capital. Two goping get larger more. If they're picking him with the thirty fourth pick of the nfl draft when they have all these other holes on the roster. We're talking edge quarterback you can make the case that they probably should have picked a player that was an edge or cornerback but they went ahead and they pick the larger more probably because they had a first round great on him and viewed him as one of the top receivers in this class. And if they didn't think that he could he could become a number one number two receiver. The offense and zack wilson. They probably wouldn't have bothered. They're in picking eligible more. So i think that you have all these. Ribisi were twos vibrancy. Threes in newark. Don't have a true alpha by receiver one in york and you saw gems on men's last year yes. He had injuries throughout the season. So we didn't really see enough from him but clearly the jets haven't don't believe him enough to be born receiver because they drafted elijah more. And when you're looking at college football last season devante. Smith had a great season but a lot of people are not talking about elijah more enough and i believe elijah moore had the second most receiving yards in college football last season in a shortened season. So this is a guy you can make the case for is a very very good receiver and it was. It was definitely disappointing for him. To see 'em fall out of the first round. But i absolutely love this landing spot with zach wilson in leiden. More both being rookies. I think the chemistry is going to develop an plus alleged. moore's blazing fast receiver. He can like a four three forty and this is the guy. That's an impressive rat runner to me to really has a little bit of it all. He may not be the biggest receiver the biggest taller receiver. But i think that he s potential to be a slot receiver a coup number for the jets in years to come so i am all about allied more this year and going forward i think there may even be better than rashad. Bateman and may be the third or fourth fest receiver in this class. Well i just wanna stay for the viewers. You know anybody. That's been listening to us. Knows that you're not just being a homer on him because you were higher than just about everybody in. The industry like the entire draft process before the draft. So i know it's not just because he landed at the jets because i would call you crazy. It was just for that reason. But you know i think you make interesting cases you know it you also knowing you. You're not a very high. You weren't high on the corey davis signing. I don't think that you're surely how on mims of abbas really really Into mems last year Going the draft process. I did not end up with him on any teams because his a draft dot com just started skyrocketing and he the point where i was taking pittman over them. Still then you. I wasn't getting him. On the turnaround you know because i also claypool and gibson ranked ahead of them but Like mims and i thought he was actually a really really interesting prospect. So at night we're willing to give on him after He's got that alphabet. I'm not willing to give up on him after a year. That a complete dumpster fire in new york last year. You know they have a completely new offense. I corey davis kinda showed that he could be the number one wide receiver. Antonio brown was hurt. Leisure you know most of those. Those guys actually kind of started splitting targets down the stretch about pretty pretty evenly. So i do. Think that Corey davis they paid him. I think they're going to at least attempt to get him. The number one spot and i do think mims profiles really well and the outside as well Us why they went out and got him with that pick. What corey davis and mims strengths are like down the field jump ball situations whereas i think Allies more profiles more is like underneath guy that can can really thrive if he gets volume. I just wonder how much volume is going to be there. If they're not running a dominant amount of sets of three watersheds. Because i do think that the other two receivers with their bodies and big catch races will Out snap him on the outside while it's interesting that you're high on Corey davis. And i know i've said before the not hot high in corey davis so i think that's another reason as to why i'm higher on a lighter more. I'm just not buying the fact. That corey davis succeeds in new york. Two years ago not last year but if we look back two years ago and a lot of people probably have wiped out from their mind. But i have not wiped that season from my mind because i was big. Encore dave's heading attest season and he completely let me down lake completely. Let me down. I'm not even sure. I'm thinking was probably healthy the entire season and i'm not even sure if he finished as top fifty receiver in the league and so fast forward a year and had a very successful year with the titans. I'm not knocking him. But here's a guy who was picked with the seventh or east kick in his draft and he was supposed to be the number one receiver for titans and we never really saw that work out for the titans. And i think they declined his fifth year option. So there's a reason why the titans aren't holding onto corey davis and i think unfortunately core gape is a receiver who can be great here and there like a devante parker. But he's not consistent enough. He's not a true number one receiver. You gotta in a way force in targets from the be successful. And i think the jets are just gonna realize the gecko that our number one receivers probably larger more in a number two receivers probably summons so. I'm not scared about corey. Davis getting targets. People were saying the same thing last season about shod paramount and how he was going to have a huge role in that new york offense and what happened in bre shot parent. Who by the way. I was extremely on extremely law. Shot payment last year. What happened to be shot. He did nothing for that offense. So i think just because the jets went after core gave us that doesn't mean that he's going to automatically demand targets. It's zach. wilson's offense now. I think zack. Wilson is going to gravitate Skies like elijah. More over corey davis and a jamison crowder dems. I think the alleged moore will end up being his normal receiver. And i think that the ceiling for more is very high to it. Might it might not happen with a larger more by think by the end of the season we're going to really realize how good of a player that allies are more is. Yeah so
US to Reopen Jerusalem Consulate, Upgrading Palestinian Ties
"As it looks to shore up the Mideast ceasefire the U. S. is vowing to help Palestinians rebuild Gaza after it was heavily damaged by Israeli strikes first in Jerusalem and then in the west bank secretary of state Anthony Blinken pledged the U. S. will help support Palestinians not only through aid to bug bite restoring ties the United States will be moving forward with the process to reopen our consulate in Jerusalem the office had been in charge of diplomatic relations with Palestinians but Donald Trump infuriated them by downgrading its operations Blinken told Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu that they both must use the ceasefire to address underlying challenges to peace Sager mag ani Washington
Exploring Parkour, Resonance, and the Good Life With Dr. Signe Højbjerre Larsen
"And so we'll be exploring seen as most article with the title. Parker playing in the modern accelerated sitting and the paper was published in the journal of philosophy sport. And in this work. She's exploring the ideas of alien nation and non alienated human experience which is something that she argues could take place at least momentarily in in the practice of park gore. So let's just start with what were some of the ideas and questions that you wanted to explore in in this work so in the this id paper abbas interesting in the in describing of the profound at the end meaningful experiences that they the petitioners have monday at practicing the cooler. So they are. So of course is characterized by this change in position. So you see and you experience the the urban spaces a different way and the ad also fill heavily connected to to the environment that you Do moving in. And the because of that. I found russillo concept of resonances very bill fitted to to describe and to analyze some of these experiences that the that the petitioners have when they practicing Also because founded quite interesting that we We spending a lot of money and time and resources to make very nice urban spaces in public so we put up a lot of green stuff. We benches the covers to make it attractive to people to dwell in open space. But when i looked at the partition acid in peculiar then not attracted to that kind of stuff. A they are attracted to places that we could the crash by characterizing the mess none places you know disgusting places Unimportant places the places that you don't even recognize because it's just the on the backside of a supermarket where have some railings. Awesome wool saw all the concrete walls a and fauna quite interesting. That the that decision of fine these non places so attractive is an ex leaf feels connected to these places when the when they are moving in them. So i find that quite interesting. And i figure i actually find out that the theory residents and especially also bought a siphon could could explain why the petitioners were so connected to the yeah non places in in urban
Biden Applauds Gaza Ceasefire Agreement Between Israel and Hamas
"Jack's fear. President Biden is praising the ceasefire reach between Israel and Hamas, NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The agreement comes after nearly two weeks of fierce exchanges of rocket fire and airstrikes that killed more than 200 people. President Biden is crediting the Egyptian government which helped mediate the ceasefire. I extend my sincere gratitude to President Sisi The senior Egyptian officials who played such a critical role in this diplomacy. Also priest appreciate the contributions of other parties in the region who have been engaged in working toward the end of hostilities. President Biden on Wednesday stepped up the pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to put an end to the violence. Biting also spoke with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Both sides have warned that they could resume attacks if the
"abbas " Discussed on AP News
"Statement. We need to know more. The Israeli military says Hamas was operating inside the building, but provided no evidence to back up the claim. It is an extremely difficult battle space where Hamas lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Can Rica's by their strategy by design. Everything in order to embed their own military infrastructure within the civilian infrastructure. Everything is mixed. There is no one clear military targets. President Biden has expressed strong support for Israel strikes in Gaza. But in a phone call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the White House says he raised concerns about civilian casualties. The protection of journalists. Intercommunal violence within Israel and escalating tensions in the West Bank by again also spoke with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, calling for Hamas, the Palestinian Authority's rival to stop firing rockets into Israel. The official Palestinian News Agency says of US told Biden. Security and stability will be achieved when the Israeli occupation ends and another news colonial pipeline says it's resumed normal operations following a ransomware attack that prompted it to shut down a major pipeline that supplies fuel too much of the eastern U. S. Colonial says it could take several days for the supply chain to catch up. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News President Biden has been on the phone with Israel's prime minister and the Palestinian president as Israel carried out more strikes in Gaza Saturday, and Hamas fired more rockets into Israel. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas urged Biden to intervene in the conflict to end Israel's attacks. The official Palestinian News Agency says the bus also told Biden security and stability will be achieved when the Israeli occupation ends. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office says Netanyahu updated Biden on actions Israel has taken and intends to take. We'll also thanking Biden for the unreserved support of the United States for Israel's right to defend itself. The White House says Biden did express strong support for the Israeli strikes, but raised concerns about civilian casualties. Production of journalists, intercommunal violence within Israel and escalating tensions in the West Bank. And Thomas Washington. I'm Julie Walker, the driver of the Tesla involved in a fatal crash that authorities say may have been on autopilot posted numerous social media pictures and videos without his hands on the wheel or foot on the pedal. Stephen Hendricks and was killed when his Tesla's struck an overturned semi on a freeway and Fontana, California on May 5th. Another man helping the truck driver was injured when the Tesla also had him. California Highway Patrol is still investigating what driving mode the electric car was in. Tesla's manual says autopilot and full self driving are not fully autonomous and drivers must pay attention. Be ready to intervene. At least three people have died and previous US crashes involving autopilot. 29 crashes are being investigated by federal officials. I'm Julie Walker. I'm Julie Walker. Native American tribes and some other groups say to New Arizona election laws won't make it any.
"abbas " Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Any people and turning down with violence going back to the 19 thirties who remembers the 19 thirties, the British offered him a two state solution in 1937, the U. N offered them into Tuesday's lotion, 1947. They turned it down with violence and To know that the Palestinians have been given Mohr International AIDS and all of Europe under the Marshall Plan, and all that's been stolen by their own leaders. The current leader of the Palestinians, Mahmoud Abbas, is now in the 15th year of 1/6 term. So you know, Two Americans who support a two state solution really want to create a state which is deeply corrupt and undemocratic. We don't have enough of those in the Middle East. So these are just your basic, A reputable tax. How much will know them? Well, I mean, I guess that's why I wanted to talk to you because I I myself hardly know them again. The mainstream media has become increasingly allied with this kind of globalist. Worldview that it just doesn't seem to be able to call out corruption. It no longer talks about human rights and those kinds of things. We're dealing with that with Hong Kong and China, you know you you have Genuine wickedness. We used to be able to see evil and to call it out and Tio Goto war with it if necessary, however, whether an actual war or ideologically way don't seem to be as ready to do that, at least not on the left. And I think the Obama administration's attitude toward Iran kind of sums this up. I mean, it's it's bizarre. It does seem very ideological. It must have been frustrating for you. I mean, you can speak freely now, but how is it to talk to people like this? Knowing what's at stake? Well, you know, you see the white hair most of it was. It was very frustrating. You know, some of the biggest frustration interesting. It was during the Arab spring of 2011. And here was a rare bipartisan moment in the United States, where Democrats and Republicans got together and celebrated what they thought was going to be the outbreak of democracy, you know, in the Middle East, and Israeli intelligence officials were calling me and saying Are they crazy? And you know what Middle Eastern cultures are that women aren't gonna have vehicle rights and Children of equal rights and people. Different sexual orientations are not gonna have equal rights and democracy is not just sticking a ballot in the box and They're not gonna have that either and is not surprising to me or to us here that all these hopes of the Arab spring were dashed and dash very quickly because democracy developed in your country in the west over the course of 800 years, beginning with the Magna Carta didn't happen overnight, didn't happen as a result of a protest in tougher square in Cairo and getting Americans to understand. That this is a profoundly different area with different cultural norms. And several years ago I wrote a book called Power Faith in Santa See America in the Middle.
"abbas " Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast
"Illness. I haven't personally. I know there's been some dentists in the Profession Code. I don't know if that could be traced to dental was tries to holiday resort Outbreak so I have to question. Is the people that we already had him placed a full. Kobe nineteen happened was not adequate. Mean Leith. You failed a similar situation that actually team. I look at different countries right Germany. Lucas Sweden's leading Sweden never stopped. I look even Italy and Spain now with Stanton Zoom Dentistry. I'm looking at Australia. Which resumed industry Hong Kong etc right so for some reason needs country. We don't tend to look up a country so much we tend to think we're completely different. Science isn't make sense right so I think we need to take a leaf from other people's books and really trying to think about what we can do to prevent risk or trying to reduce the risk is input dentistry for the risks. We own profession. Which has written patient is a risk of transmission of a number of diseases. Something we used to but also of course infection. Dentistry should be amongst the best because not many professions day that carry out. Eventually we do. I mean I don't know about you guys but when you go to gp some minor procedures etc. They haven't got harm the them because infection facilities that we do not even close so for me. I think you need to make sure we got agreed. So and yet we should stop resuming. Dentistry it's routine venturi complete. I'm not sure about. I'm undecided. That goes back to begin to see you. The reason that people voting no competency video is because I think there's a lack of communication. That's the only reason that we all act against. Its Nieto's is that she'd leave. Maybe they don't have time but there's a lack of communication. The communication is going very down is wishy washy and it's infrequent and that's you. Yeah I mean. I think the tone didn't help that. 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But we've got your back and we'll update you as soon as we can in the same way that the chief medical officer came out I think the response would have been very different but I think a lot of people felt very almost attacked in the first woman and I think the the the difference between the first and second webinars in the attitude and the Fissile Town. It was chalk and cheese. I think someone must have played it back to the office IDEO You need to eat off. The gasoline obey no go easy on the profession because we will look for leadership and guidance and the first woman. I didn't feel like like we got to. I mean I think this is a difficult very difficult job. She has and she's in a position where she says Rodney Go about to work. And then something happens. She is then liable if something happens to a patient or member of staff over densest and that is a very difficult position to ban on fully. Accept THE Position and it's one the whilst it's a gray area to get the answer on to dentists patients and staff. We still need some clarity on some guidance of a pathway of where this is going because we had one web to the end of March the second one was two weeks later and since then been very very limited information. That's coming out and You got densities guessing about what PPA to buy you got people settled PPA as in without any clear guidelines. And it's just for me becoming a little bit false because at what point is GonNa say enough is enough. We need a decision to be made about how we're GONNA take this forward. An the BI. Apd OF OF BATS on the door of the BEDIA. They've been very welcome in and working together with them. We would together with the AD options left. We'VE APPROACHED The D. O. The office of the CEO. Without a reply and also made a something. Like I said some wife before as if you wearing a haven and you turn it off you hit what's going on. I'm not just to me. It's happening the they just WanNa turn on and when they wanna hear what they wanna hit when they don't WanNa hit on a it they just flick off and go you know we got other stuff to do and I understand. She came out and said that she's been she made redeployed. I just think if if that's what the government thinks of the profession the we need at the lead of our profession can be redeployed. I mean what does that say about any just dentistry. We all smooth as dense. Spiny it is it is it is. It is small but you Tom. He can't allow a medical condition. Something can call so much. Pain to a patient has just been. Let go by the wayside. People taking their own see thousand people begging dentists to show them how to do this on. Lend them instruments that you will also fall for autism They'll be dense will catch on Amazon. Would you say to Let's say a group of dentists. 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"abbas " Discussed on AP News
"The summit of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo was requested by the Palestinians Abbas responded angrily to the American proposal which would grant the Palestinians limited self rule in parts of the occupied west bank while allowing Israel to annex all of its settlements that which the Palestinians and most of the international community view as a legal as well as keeping most of extra Roussel am somebody made and whether the fed yet either I would not have it recorded in my history and the history of the country that I sold through Saloum Abbas says he told Israel and the U. S. that there will be no relations with them including the security ties following the deal that Palestinians say heavily favors Israel the Arab league spinal communicate described the deal as a new set back for 3 decades of peace efforts I'm Sarah Bassus
"abbas " Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Israel because he loves both countries in you can tell you can tell it there so he comes under attack of course Kushner's come under brutal attack president Netanyahu I watch the CNN report on this yesterday Mister minister you know you got out of that three times that Benjamin Netanyahu's been indicted and it's a deal that's for Israel not the Palestinians did you hear him say they get seventy percent of today in Samaria did your for you left this out there you would call it the west bank seventy percent most of it's on occupied it is by people but in return Israel gets thirty percent with with the so called settlements award I don't like exist I can expand and now they can actually have hard borders that are not in dispute anymore to defend the militarily against perhaps the Iranians and Hezbollah or or whomever and these are people want to get on with their lives the problem here is for Abbas and Hamas liberty is their enemy this deals about liberty opportunity prosperity civil society install that the heads of Hamas in the heads of foot Tara that is the Abbas clan they live in wealth in luxury subsidized by the rest of the world it's not their kids and grand kids who are wrapping up bombs around themselves they're not the ones who rush the Israelis and rush the fences they don't have any say whatsoever the Palestinian authority and Hamas do not want to resolve the so called refugee issue many of these so called refugees are kept impoverished in order to try and use them with the New York times with CNN with the U. when they you you what other entities to try and force Israel to surrendered security and it says something that tally and bar have already come out and trashed it when you know they haven't read it doesn't matter and the report last night top of the hour the network there is no right to return discussed right to return the Jews have been there three thousand years who wants to return the Babylonians they don't even exist Mr but is the Assyrians they don't exist anymore who's to return to what all the Palestinians at best in some areas they've been there a hundred fifty years anyway that was an excellent the explanation from the ambassador will be right back in.
"abbas " Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"abbas " Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Abbas called love bar you need to calm down love that track and we had on the show April thirtieth now that was about the time that Tanya she gave this report also she did say that the title of the next single and the album title are in the music video there is a neon sign that says lover it's bright pink soap fans are thinking that that's the name of the next single because I think it's too obvious to be the name of the album that Taylor is like a little trickier than not so their allies in neon am bright lights almost be said single single and album no I thought you said I think it's an extinguisher the fencing is too obvious to be the out yeah you say you thought it was only a song and then I thought I think it's the aba they have that are you I think that you know I think this is us with Taylor on April thirtieth and she announced the album June thirteenth so we we've got lover awesome you said awesome just an awesome wait did you just say is that they tell me does the title of the rhyme with possum so we we guess lover right there yeah and then we went with awesome yeah but we really guess lover so you said it we felt it but like in the moment what's what's crazy to me is that we said it's called lover she's only one a new and then I went down this path of Austin which was a dumb move but maybe it was awesome and she's the one that actually switched about a lovers called awesome image but back to lover like you see what I thought so because you were you cracked the code right then and there no I I don't know I don't know but I feel like it's so interesting night when you don't you know something and you try to keep somebody in a gas it how yeah like how you respond awesome could be a name of a single on the album she I don't think also I think she just said the word awesome and I was just like having fun with that he's right I think you're far off yeah she is awesome all over her merge in that one song on April thirtieth we caught it yeah let's just let's just leave it at that because he took his next.
"abbas " Discussed on Z104
"Abbas Ozzy at the disco see one oh four and some I I need to during the watching the bachelorette this season you probably think Hannah this to the world last night on the men tell all special we got there I'm sorry for this whole thing with Leo.
"abbas " Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Or I didn't understand what was going on here. Because didn't units of that get out. They at least like preview units out there. Yeah. Maybe there were getting close. I forget what it was eighty. I misunderstood other units in this ilk that played. Yeah. Totally things have definitely come out. But I'm eating the official one from Sega. Right. I could've sworn the view units out there with the add game stuff on it. You you might be right. Maybe I anyway, year ago or something summer or something. So they ended up cannon that thing are pulling back on it. And it's gonna go. We'll clearly we have entrusted our brand to people that cannot get the job done. So we're gonna look elsewhere. And so two is doing this, which they did all that cool. They've done a lot of cool like emulation work with sex stuff. They did the Sega ages. This is weird. Good, right. People seem pretty well. Yeah. They're they're weird. Because you know. Yeah. They're good. Good quality relation. Good extras. I think is that the one that starts kind of like an eighty s bedroom. Like a different thing. Okay. No, they did a lot of stuff for consoles. And I wanna say they did like three s stuff like adding three d to some of those games. I've done a lot of look they seem to be fairly trusted Abbas far. They're definitely like renowned for this stuff. And so, yeah, they're going to be doing all the work on the software now for this thing. Thing and cool tidbit menu music by us because. Yes, yes. Like somebody over there what they're doing as I saw that. I was like meanwhile, more streets orig-, four footage got out so bad. No, no music, still bad. I'm not is still probably not quite sold on that art style. Either. The game plays for juggle when we played it back at Seattle packs. Yeah. It was like, oh, this is like promising, but it's like kind of a lot of people coming away from it. So that it's being treated very like close to well, it's super juggle focused or maybe not focused, but like, you can juggle enemies back and forth between enemies. So it's a lot of like air combo stuff that the original games didn't have could be super phone. Yeah. Which when we I think Ben and I played it. And it was like it was fun. It didn't necessarily feel exactly street. Yeah. Yeah. Other than like L, this is kind of the same Asian or you're you put this move in here. Like, it's got that stuff for sure. Okay. But I think I came away from going like it just yeah. Maybe just didn't have enough streets of rage feel and in talking to them. Then about the music, they were like, of course, we know. We don't have anything to announce, but we think it was like this. I got this kind of like, wink, and a nod kind of response that led me to think like, well, maybe they're still talking, and maybe it will still happen. Clearly, they know that like the music is a big part of those games. But here we are kind of still dealing time later and listen to music, and that's not. That's not right. That's not right. That's not true. Well, what kind of games we look at there is no streets of regime for this thing before it's going to have forty games on it. At first this was at a Sega in Japan on stage that first they announced games for the Japanese release..
"abbas " Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"abbas " Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"abbas " Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"When did that that appeal to you right away? Well, I think you know, one of the most influential performances when I was a kid that I saw I still think about hours bar, scar losses Frankenstein the sequence in. Bride of Frankenstein where he says we be long, and well, we belong dead. And he reaches for the lever. That foes makes the explosion happens that brings down the castle and a single tear rolls down his eye that was Abbas movies to me that was opera that was that was very poignant. All of those things still true. Yes. Yes. So. I think I was drawn to extreme situations and extreme ways of performing. And I think also fitter background not always. But I just find that sometimes mask provides it becomes a trigger to forget yourself, for example, when I did this movie shadow vampire, I was unrecognizable and it was a long makeup job. And when I would look at myself in the mirror. I didn't look like myself and accent. I didn't sound like myself. I was wearing course it and a costume that made me move physically differently. I didn't move like myself all those things took away from myself and allowed me to maybe I'm being literal, but feel quite like someone else, and that's a wonderful feeling when you can abandon your conditioning and open up to another experience. You know, I can be you can be you or I can be you. I can imagine your experience, and it's not just about empathy. It's really about challenging this idea that we're fixed personality to am. I think ultimately, I'm like position events actor, as you know, the person, that's, you know, in front of a campfire telling the story, even though it's not always about stories, but through their experience people, watch them and share that experience. And that's why. Like a movie like and goes so much because it is about perception. And if you are with him with that very subjective camera with all those close ups with all those sequences where you're just with him walking around or you're with him painting. It. Takes you to another way of thinking. And I think that that's what keeps us alive shadow of the vampire is one of my favorite movies ever. I love it. Big state. It's true. What am I recommend it to people all the time? It's one that I try to keep alive because I I love it. But also every time I hear nails. Oh, yeah. When I have long Bill someone's near me, I just shoot right to that. And I got so good that movie. So good, and you. Did I mail it? Oh. Everything that was the that for me is it's just it's say, it's one of my favorites. But also every time I see you do anything else. A little part of my brain wants you to be knows for auto. And I which is ideal for the Florida project was also knows for auto in the sunlight, just painting. But no, it's it's one of those it felt like you were having an incredible time. And I was having fun with you. I get excited I love. But I'm sorry. It's great. Masks again this. He has a theme. No, no, no, no, no. I'm gonna go in a different direction. How except the champ except the unbidden chance. Okay. You got involved in theater? Would you call it? Experimental theater. I would for lack of better word. Yeah. I wish there was a better word, but. Documentarian looking for a better. Yeah. That's true. Nonfiction. Phil. Yup. Of but you came out of Stater. And I'm sure number of interesting experiences already on stage and working with a group where you working with almost a repertory you don't group, and then you get hired for your first moving and you spend three months on location in making this movie. Right. This gargantuan movie. Well now. Now part of lower and you even narrated the documentary. I says I'm speaking of Heaven's Gate. Right. And at the end of that three months, you're let go and you're part is cut from the movie. I can't imagine. What that feels like? Well. No, I it was well, I was fired from that movie because we were sitting in a lighting setup for eight hours, and I would shooting a lot and I had a good relationship with everyone and. I laughed at a joke..